Brooks: I'm for Impeachment, But the 25th Amendment Is For Incapacitation, Which Trump Isn't

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks stated that while he supports impeaching President Donald Trump, he is against the 25th Amendment. Because “That’s for incapacitation. The problem is, he’s not incapacitated.” Brooks said, “I don’t support the 25th

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Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich on costly 4th-down decision vs. Buffalo Bills – Was a 'strong go' – ESPN

  1. Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich on costly 4th-down decision vs. Buffalo Bills – Was a ‘strong go’  ESPN
  2. Bills paid the price to get Stefon Diggs and Josh Allen, and they lead a playoff win over the Colts  Yahoo Sports
  3. Colts elevate RB Darius Anderson, OT Jared Veldheer to active roster  Colts Wire
  4. Bills’ Josh Allen hits Stefon Diggs with 35-yard TD strike  ESPN
  5. WNY Activists Rally Against Nursing Home Restrictions  Spectrum News
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Ohio State Arrives in Miami Ahead of Monday Night's Championship Showdown With the Crimson Tide | Eleven Warri – Eleven Warriors

  1. Ohio State Arrives in Miami Ahead of Monday Night’s Championship Showdown With the Crimson Tide | Eleven Warri  Eleven Warriors
  2. Alabama’s defense adjusts and refines ahead of Ohio State in the CFP championship game  ESPN
  3. 2020 Ohio State Football: National Championship Trailer  Ohio State Football
  4. Ohio State’s Wyatt Davis happy he decided to return for shot at national title  Dayton Daily News
  5. Betting Stuff: My full card for the National Championship Game  Saturday Down South
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L.A.-area woman charged after falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone at NYC hotel – KTLA Los Angeles

  1. L.A.-area woman charged after falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone at NYC hotel  KTLA Los Angeles
  2. Woman who falsely accused Black teen of phone theft arrives in NYC  Yahoo News
  3. ‘SoHo Karen’ Hit With Felony Charges for Attack on Black Teen  Complex
  4. ‘Karens’ like Miya Ponsetto should be NYC’s last worry amid rising crime  New York Post
  5. Soho Karen Miya Ponsetto arrives at her New Jersey hotel after court  Daily Mail
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Beijing Pushes Back Against Trump Administration Efforts To Halt Slave Labor In Xinjiang

Beijing Pushes Back Against Trump Administration Efforts To Halt Slave Labor In Xinjiang

When push came to shove, the NYSE showed Americans just how badly the globalists depend on China, when it resisted an executive order to delist Chinese telcos.

The exchange’s embarrassing flipflop comes as the Trump Administration does what it can to hammer the CCP for its persecution of Muslims in Xinjing. Yet, as Trump and liberals finally come together to champion the cause of human rights, Americans who have demanded the US do whatever it can to protect Hong Kongers, the people of Taiwan and Muslims in Xinjiang are suddenly being drowned out by tech giants, including Twitter, Facebook, Apple but also Shopify, having accused Trump of “glorifying violence”.

Amid all the chaos of the past week, one of Trump’s most trusted national security advisors, Matt Pottinger, resigned, Just days after he delivered a presentation reiterating all the evidence he has seen to suggest that China unleashed the virus upon Wuhan on purpose.

So, with Trump administration officials (including Pottinger) abandoning ship to protect their own careers, Beijing is once again pushing back, imposing new punitive measures that will again force foreign companies to choose between acquiescing to Beijing, or Washington.

Here’s more from the NYT:

China fired back at the Trump administration on Saturday with new rules that would punish global companies for complying with Washington’s tightening restrictions on doing business with Chinese companies.

China’s Ministry of Commerce said that the rules, which went into effect immediately, were intended to counter foreign laws that “unjustly prohibit or restrict” people or companies in China from doing normal business. It said its measures were necessary to safeguard China’s national sovereignty and security and to protect the rights of Chinese citizens and entities.

It’s likely that China’s measure could force Joe Biden to back off many of his predecessors’ efforts to force China to abide by international standards on everything from labor laws (ironic, considering China is a officially Communist) to unfair state subsidies, to corporate auditing standards.

As the NYT explains, the US under Trump has passed myriad new restrictions and other punitive measures intended to isolate China, blaming the country’s abuses like the ones mentioned above.

But now, Beijing is taking things one step further by enabling companies to sue in Chinese courts (essentially a guaranteed win).

Trump administration prohibited the sale of American technology to Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, and other firms. It also issued rules that punish companies for their ties to the Chinese military and for their involvement in Beijing’s surveillance and suppression of mostly Muslim ethnic minorities in China’s far northwestern region of Xinjiang.

The new rules released on Saturday would allow Chinese officials and companies to strike back at those who comply with those U.S. limits. The Chinese measures allow government officials to issue orders saying that companies do not have to comply with certain foreign restrictions.

Chinese companies that incur losses because of another party’s compliance with those laws can sue for damages in Chinese courts, according to the Commerce Ministry’s notice. Such a case would be likely to result in a victory for a Chinese plaintiff, since China’s courts are ultimately answerable to the Communist Party.

Fortunately for the US, during his time in office, Trump never caved to China’s threats to retaliate against US business, knowing that there’s plenty that China buys from the US that it absolutely needs – everything from microchips to software, a fact that gives the US more built-in leverage, which Trump was happy to exploit. Economics wonks who closely monitor the bilateral trade numbers might be quick to point to the growing trade deficit with China as evidence that Trump failed in his efforts to pressure China with his trade war.

But as we pointed out a few days ago, it appears Beijing is using inflated numbers to overstate exports, a classic way of getting capital into a country with capital controls.

As recent reports have shown us, companies from around the world sell products that involved the forced labor of Uygher Muslims essentially forced to work for free (either that, or they get shipped off to a reeducation camp). Instead of trying to hide this, Beijing is celebrating it, twisting the truth via the state-controlled media, which recently touted the forced sterilization of Uygher women.

Now, Beijing is once again about to force Washington and others to call its bluff by essentially reviving its threats to create an “unreliable entities” list. Trump didn’t fall for it, but after spending the last year in his basement, can we trust Joe Biden to stand his ground?

Or is this where all those payments to Hunter Biden will finally pay dividends for Beijing?

Tyler Durden
Sat, 01/09/2021 – 18:45

Source: Zero Hedge, Beijing Pushes Back Against Trump Administration Efforts To Halt Slave Labor In Xinjiang

Rush Limbaugh: MAGA will not go away

President Donald J. Trump boards Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, en route to Erie International Airport in Erie, Pennsylvania. (Official White House photo by Tia Dufour)

Talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh says he doubts President Trump will leave office before the Jan. 20 inauguration of Joe Biden.

Not by resignation, impeachment or the 25th Amendment.

But he says what is scaring Democrats is that the more than 74 million voters who supported Trump in November are “not going anywhere.”

“Even if Trump does, you’re not,” he told his listeners Friday.

“They remain scared to death of you, and they remain scared to death of Trump. Trump’s 75 million, 80 million votes. And I’m gonna tell you, you’re not going anywhere,” he said.

“You know what you believe. You know what your vision for the country is. You’re not gonna give up on it. You’re not gonna go packing away. I mean, some of you may not vote the next chance you get, although I would caution against saying that.”

He said Democrats can’t “separate you from MAGA, they can’t separate you from Make America Great Again, which I think remains one of our big campaign strengths going forward.”

“The idea that making this country great is somehow bad, the idea that making America great — either again or period — is something controversial, to me is a big plus in our column,” said Limbaugh.

He said the country is nowhere near reaching the point where a majority think America being great is a problem.

“It remains an objective for millions of people. It remains a goal, because it means so much to people in their real lives,” he said. “Most Americans do not think America is the problem in the world. A number of Americans do. They’ve been brainwashed in public education and in higher education.”

He argued Make America Great Again is a “concept of ideas rooted in the founding of our country, the writing of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence.”

“And it remains the bulwark. It remains the definition of America — both terms of morality and virtue and decency in politics — that people want to strive for.”

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Oregon reports 28 new COVID-19 deaths as total passes 1,600 – KATU

  1. Oregon reports 28 new COVID-19 deaths as total passes 1,600  KATU
  2. Coronavirus in Oregon: State reports 1,643 new cases, 28 new deaths  OregonLive
  3. Coronavirus vaccine rollout continues across South Florida  WPLG Local 10
  4. Oregon reports 28 more COVID-19 deaths, including 3 in Deschutes County  KTVZ
  5. Governor Brown activates National Guard to help with vaccine distribution  KPTV.com
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Liam Payne Says It's Been 'Complicated' to Co-Parent His Son Bear amid COVID-19 Pandemic – Yahoo Entertainment

  1. Liam Payne Says It’s Been ‘Complicated’ to Co-Parent His Son Bear amid COVID-19 Pandemic  Yahoo Entertainment
  2. Liam Payne’s New Look Has Directioners In A Frenzy!  Clevver News
  3. Liam Payne reveals he gets tested before seeing son Bear  msnNOW
  4. Liam Payne breaks silence on featuring Harvey Weinstein in a One Direction video  Geo News
  5. Liam Payne Explains Why He Hasn’t Seen His Son Bear Much Lately  Just Jared
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Coronavirus in Oregon: State reports 1,643 new cases, 28 new deaths – OregonLive

  1. Coronavirus in Oregon: State reports 1,643 new cases, 28 new deaths  OregonLive
  2. Oregon reports 28 more COVID-19 deaths, including 3 in Deschutes County  KTVZ
  3. Oregon reports 28 new COVID-19 deaths as total passes 1,600  KATU
  4. OHA: Oregon sees 1,643 new COVID cases, 28 deaths; 13,448 vaccinated  KOIN.com
  5. Governor Brown activates National Guard to help with vaccine distribution  KPTV.com
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Tracking questionable NFL playoff officiating decisions: John Wolford of Rams takes hit to head – ESPN

  1. Tracking questionable NFL playoff officiating decisions: John Wolford of Rams takes hit to head  ESPN
  2. Everything you need to know about the NFL playoffs  CNN
  3. NFL Odds, Picks & Predictions: How We’re Betting the Wild Card Saturday Finale  The Action Network
  4. Predictions for every NFL wild-card game  Chiefs Wire
  5. 5 Best NFL Predictions Against The Spread: NFL Playoffs Wild Card Weekend  College Football News
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Priti Patel defends police crackdown on Covid lockdown rule-breakers

Home secretary praises ‘strong’ police response after force faces criticism for fining walkers

The home secretary, Priti Patel, has defended the way police have handed out fines for lockdown breaches, stressing that there is a “need for strong enforcement”.

Police tactics have come in for scrutiny after Derbyshire police handed out £200 fines to two women who drove separately to go for a walk at a remote beauty spot situated around five miles from their homes, a move that was branded “bonkers”.

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Sherrod Brown calls for Hawley, Cruz to resign from Senate | TheHill – The Hill

  1. Sherrod Brown calls for Hawley, Cruz to resign from Senate | TheHill  The Hill
  2. Sen. Josh Hawley becomes public enemy No. 1 on Capitol Hill  Yahoo News
  3. Election gambit blows up on Hawley and Cruz  POLITICO
  4. Trump’s and Hawley’s free-speech rights are perfectly intact. But the senator has half a point.  The Washington Post
  5. Letter: Hawley has now brought all Missourians down with him  STLtoday.com
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Florida has nearly half of known US cases of COVID variant – WEAR

  1. Florida has nearly half of known US cases of COVID variant  WEAR
  2. ‘This is our most dangerous time.’ Covid-19 deaths are at unprecedented levels as US cases top 22 million  CNN
  3. CDC refutes report of new highly contagious COVID-19 strain in US  New York Post
  4. Concerns grow over a potential new U.S. variant of Covid  CNBC Television
  5. New Covid-19 variant found in eight US states: Official data  Times of India
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'So Long': Alex Trebek Appears As Jeopardy! Host For The Last Time | NBC News – NBC News

  1. ‘So Long’: Alex Trebek Appears As Jeopardy! Host For The Last Time | NBC News  NBC News
  2. Adam Thielen auctioning off his Alex Trebek cleats  Daily Norseman
  3. ‘Jeopardy!’ posts a final message for longtime host Alex Trebek  CNN
  4. Alex Trebek’s Daughter Reacts to His Final Jeopardy! Episode  PEOPLE
  5. Alex Trebek’s daughter praises late ‘Jeopardy’ host after his final episode airs: ‘You were extraordinary’  Yahoo Entertainment
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John Wolford taken to hospital with neck injury during Rams wild-card game vs. Seahawks, Jared Goff takes over – CBS Sports

  1. John Wolford taken to hospital with neck injury during Rams wild-card game vs. Seahawks, Jared Goff takes over  CBS Sports
  2. Los Angeles Rams QB John Wolford taken from stadium in ambulance  ESPN
  3. WATCH: Cam Akers scores first postseason touchdown  247Sports
  4. Jamal Adams’ playoff rise makes Gregg Williams look even worse  New York Post
  5. Darious Williams, DK Metcalf exchange touchdowns as Los Angeles Rams lead Seattle Seahawks  ESPN
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