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Stranded Influencers Lose Jobs, Gain COVID Infections

iHeart Radio Canada reports: Some of the passengers of the now-infamous Sunwing “party plane” on Dec. 30 will be coming home to unhappy employers or worse, with at least two already fired. Frédérique Dumas-Joyal is one of them, losing her job of several years at Quebec’s financial markets authority, the AMF. “She was fired,” Sylvain Théberge, an AMF spokesperson, said …

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Quebec Requires Vax Proof To Buy Weed And Booze

The Montreal Gazette reports: Requests for appointments to receive a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine spiked just hours after the Quebec government announced the vaccine passport would be required to access provincial liquor stores and cannabis outlets. Quebec Health Minister Christian Dubé pointed out the increase on his Twitter account Friday morning. Dubé wrote that while the daily average …

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Life Sentences For All Three Men In Georgia Murder

CNN reports: A Georgia judge is preparing to sentence the three White men who chased and murdered Ahmaud Arbery after listening to arguments from both the prosecutors and defense attorneys Friday. Judge Timothy Walmsley said he will take some time to look over his notes, then come back to pronounce the sentences for Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William “Roddie” …

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Trump Platform Allegedly To Launch On Presidents Day

The New York Post reports: Former President Donald Trump’s new social media platform Truth Social is expected to launch on Presidents’ Day, Feb. 21, according to the latest Apple App Store listing. Truth Social, which the 45th president announced in October, is the latest conservative alternative to large social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, which the former president has …

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Republican WV Gov To Ask CDC For Fourth Shot Okay

The New York Times reports: Gov. Jim Justice of West Virginia said he would ask the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for authorization to begin offering fourth doses of a coronavirus vaccine to residents. At a news conference, Mr. Justice, a Republican, said he wanted to start offering fourth doses to people 50 and older, as well as to …

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Pelosi Invites Biden To Deliver His First SOTU Address

Politico reports: Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday invited President Joe Biden to deliver his first State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on March 1. In her brief letter, Pelosi (D-Calif.) thanked Biden for his “bold vision and patriotic leadership” and highlighted several achievements over his first year as president. “Thank you for your bold vision …

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WaPo: Justices Appear Skeptical Of OSHA Vax Mandate

The Washington Post reports: Conservative Supreme Court justices on Friday appeared skeptical that the Biden administration has legal authority to impose a broad vaccination-or-testing requirement on large employers. They seemed more in agreement with private businesses and Republican-led states that such policies need to be approved by Congress or implemented by state governments than a federal agency — in this …

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Yet Another QAnon Podcaster Dies Of Something

Sorry Anti-Vaxxer reports: According to social media posts, Cirsten Tien Soong Weldon died from COVID. Cirsten is a well known Qanon Conspiracy “Qtuber” who does live feed shows and posts on Telegram. She wrote “Intel Drops” which is a conspiracy theory laden book she claims was a Amazon best seller until Amazon “killed it” by removing it. She is sometimes …

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DeSantis Axes Villages GOP Pols After Perjury Arrests

The Associated Press reports: Two county commissioners in central Florida were suspended from office Thursday, several weeks after being arrested and charged with lying during an investigation of possible Sunshine Law violations. Gov. Ron DeSantis issued two executive orders to remove Sumter County commissioners Oren Miller and Gary Search from their elected offices until their criminal cases are resolved, in …

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