Vice President Kamala Harris Appears Battered & Bruised In ‘Doctored’ Domestic Violence Campaign

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Kamala Harris is being seen in a different light. The 57-year-old vice president’s bruised and bloody face has been plastered all over posters in Europe for a shocking campaign. Showing her close-mouthed smile, Kamala can be seen with a black eye, a bruised cheekbone, and a bloody lip. Underneath her disturbing photo in big bold letters read the words: “She reported him.” Joe Biden Staying At Billionaire Friend David Rubenstein’s $20 Million Estate For Thanksgiving Amid Kamala Harris Feud Below those three powerful words is an even more upsetting message which reads, “But nobody believed her —…

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NHL Weekly Stock Up, Stock Down: 11/26-12/02

Published by Prime Time Sports Talk With one month remaining in the year, happy December to hockey fans everywhere. It is hard to believe that the 2021 NHL season is already almost two months, in the books. Most teams have now played over one-quarter of their respective games. As a result of this, we are

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Russia mourns mining disaster as police focus on safety lapses

Published by Reuters By Tom Balmforth MOSCOW (Reuters) -Police in Siberia arrested two safety inspectors suspected of criminal negligence on Friday as Russia’s coal mining heartland mourned the deaths of 51 people in one of its worst mine disasters since Soviet times. Regional governor Sergei Tsivilyov said a methane explosion was the likely cause of

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New coronavirus variant fears knock 2% off Dow futures

Published by Reuters By Medha Singh (Reuters) – U.S. stock index futures slumped on Friday, with travel, bank and commodity-linked stocks bearing the brunt of the selloff, as the discovery of a new and possibly vaccine-resistant coronavirus variant spooked investors ahead of a short trading session. Stocks of major airline operators dropped between 5% and

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Police rule out terrorism after knife attack on German express train

Published by DPA Investigators do not consider the knife attack on passengers on a high-speed train in Bavaria as an act of terrorism. There are “no indications of an Islamist background,” Sabine Nagel, director of the criminal investigation, said at a press conference in the town of Neumarkt in the Upper Palatinate region of the

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