"We are seeing a broad spectrum of criminals, from naïve dark net users to sophisticated attackers who are leveraging the virus in heinous ways." In its report, DarkOwl found listings of supposedly infected blood for sale, with sellers suggesting it could be used to infect the buyer's enemies.
Speaking on The Joe Piscopo show Donald Trump's longtime confidant said: 'I have conservative friends who say it’s ridiculous and others say absolutely.'... 'Here is what I do know for certain. He and other globalists are definitely using it for mandatory vaccinations and microchipping people so we know if they’ve been tested. 'Over my dead body. Mandatory vaccinations? No way, Jose!'
The governor also signed legislation to make Election Day a state holiday, repealing and replacing Lee-Jackson Day, which honored Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. Additionally, Virginia will implement automatic voter registration for people who access services at the DMV and expand polling station hours as well as early and absentee voting.
The revelation Victoria Police had been secretly probing the 78-year-old during his successful High Court appeal against child sex convictions comes just days after he was released from prison. Police are yet to approach Pell or his legal team over the fresh allegation - which is understood to date back to the 1970s, according to the Herald Sun.
Gold appears “to have solid big picture bullish fundamentals in place as deteriorating economic sentiment globally suggests even larger waves of government support will be seen in China, India, Europe and the U.S.,” analysts at Zaner Metals wrote in Monday commentary.
"This media chatter is ridiculous – President Trump is not firing Dr. Fauci. The President’s tweet clearly exposed media attempts to maliciously push a falsehood about his China decision in an attempt to rewrite history," White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley said in a statement.
Employees said they faced physical and verbal harassment from coworkers and customers. According to the complaint, when they reported harassment, their hours were cut and one worker was fired. Jamelia Fairley and Ashley Reddick are the named plaintiffs in the suit, which was filed on behalf of the 5,000 women who worked at the 100 corporate-run McDonald's locations in Florida since 2016.
A member of the Chinese Communist Party was arrested yesterday by the Brazilian Federal Police. He was arrested for keeping Chinese in slave labor, with stolen medical supplies. In addition to all this, he had an arsenal at home. https://t.co/MFUaUcjzsA
— Allan dos Santos - opovonopoder.com.br (@allantercalivre) April 12, 2020
The Public Interest Legal Foundation, a conservative election watchdog, compiled data from the Election Assistance Commission and said 1.1 million ballots were deemed undeliverable in the most recent federal election, out of 42.4 million ballots mailed. More than 430,000 others were rejected by elections officials, and more than 10 million — about a quarter of those sent — “unaccounted for,” according to the data.