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@KION546 Can you investigate his racist company @Solid8io? I find it hard to believe he made his money offering something that the four biggest cloud companies offer for free? It looks like a fake company just so he can stay in the US. He should be deported.
I haven't found the words. I don't know if I'll be able to. I lost a part of my heart and soul today. He was so generous and kind, so endlessly sweet and so loved by his incredible friends. I feel so lucky to have known him, to have loved & been loved by him. I love you, honey. https://t.co/d7secP1Ols
@Reality_Douche @spirit_lead @CNN Dont forget the studies coming out today that immunity may only last a few months, so many could catch it twice and who's to say if it didnt get you this time it gets you the next time. Politics will always overrule science but in the end science always wins!!
@PaulPsgs6000 @spirit_lead @CNN Not only that, but then the case studies of people contracting Covid 19 and having long term effects even after recovering.....is acceptable? This is why stupid people can have opinions but shouldn't be in charge of important stuff.
@CNBC well I have been posting this since Feb as I have been in Asia for 5 months and watch it work. I have posted video's to all news feeds trying to get people to listen and the trolling is crazy. Listen to Marc and others. Here is a July video in a busy mall in Foshan https://t.co/twjYwLoowg
China on Monday announced sanctions on a US entity and four officials in response to US sanctions on multiple Chinese officials in #Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said. https://t.co/RfuIVSAyUO https://t.co/eMHRXHD9RX
"If we just try to mandate it, you have to have an enforcement mechanism, and we are in the midst of a moment when over-policing has caused many different individuals to be killed for very minor offenses," US Surgeon General Jerome Adams said. https://t.co/R6Rta3YWVn