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    This season, NASCAR makes a return to the dirt surfaces after a very long time. To be exact, the paddock will swing by the Bristol Motor Speedway dirt track. Now, the iRacing simulator game has officially added the Bristol dirt track to its roster. The best part is that it is not even a special mode, but an actual track. This comes on the back of NASCAR officials revealing the track details and various procedures. According to vice president Scott Miller, the sport was employing a system of running heat races ahead of the actual race. This is a little similar to the system that the Eldora Speedway employs to settle qualifying. In addition to that, the sport is introducing a system of “passing points” to act as an incentive. What changes await NASCAR ahead of the Bristol race? According to Miller, the move came about because the sport wanted...
    Blow the hot and the cold The polar vortex that chilled Texas in mid-February broke the monotony of daily covid 19 statistics. A detailed analysis of the circumstances and responsibilities of the power system failure in one of the major US states has already begun in the media. We see the hot potato jump from the hands of politicians to those of the operators of the system, the thermal production units point out the fragility of wind turbines, and these return the ball to them because of the freezing of gas infrastructures. We will have to wait a little longer to distribute the responsibilities more calmly. But we can already wonder about the degree of tolerance of populations facing extreme events, climatic or not. Texas grabbed the headlines because of the apparent fragility of its electrical system. Yet it is relatively diversified: about half of production comes from natural...
    Aspirants to be part of the National Citizen Council of the National System for the Search of Persons, appeared before the United Governance and Human Rights commissions, for the purpose of expose their work plans in case of being appointed to the position. Among the topics they addressed are the ccreation of a registry of clandestine graves, strengthening the participation of the families of the victims, implement mechanisms for monitoring and evaluating the authorities, address the « forensic crisis » in this area, train search brigades, among others. Next April, the 13 people who are currently part of the council will finish their assignment, so It is necessary for the Senate of the Republic to carry out the applicable procedure for the election of new members. In this regard, the president of the Governance Commission, Mónica Fernández Balboa, explained that through this exercise legislators will evaluate candidate profiles, in...
    The Brazilian variant of covid-19, baptized as P.1, could have a viral load up to ten times higher and it is capable of evading the immune system of those people who already had antibodies against the coronavirus, according to two preliminary studies carried out by Brazilian and English researchers. “It probably does all three at the same time: it is more transmissible, it invades the immune system more and probably must be more pathogenic “, Ester Sabino, a professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Sao Paulo (USP) and coordinator of the USP group that participated in the research carried out by the Brazil-United Kingdom Center for Discovery and Diagnosis, told Efe on Monday. of Abrovirus (CADDE). The preliminary study, published last Friday, suggests that the new variant native to the state of Amazonas is between 1.4 and 2.2 times more transmissible than those that precede...
    A fire in the sky Smoke on the water (Machine Head, Deep Purple 1973) Studies carried out by means of models using the most sophisticated test patterns with the help of the most advanced artificial intelligence, ground tests with hundreds of volunteers subjected to countless tests and analyzes. And despite all this, when you are the first human being to enter a hibernation chamber for a trip that will last more than two hundred years, the moment you close your eyes when listening to the sound of the refrigeration systems, you do with the resigned conviction that you will not reopen them. And in any case at that precise moment you are finally aware that you are undertaking a journey to a future in which no one you know is going to remain alive and probably the civilization and the way of life on Earth that you leave when you...
    A quarter of all known stars in the universe are thought to host a 'perfect planet' — one the same size and temperature as Earth. There are approximately a 'zetta' of them ... that's a trillion billions — a one with 21 zeroes after it. So it is presumptuous for us to assume we are the only intelligent beings in this vast cosmos. In fact, to imagine we humans are alone in space is not merely arrogant, it is scientific nonsense. On October 19, 2017, a telescope in Maui, Hawaii's second-largest island, glimpsed the first known interstellar visitor. Without question, this object came from a distant solar system. Was this a natural phenomenon, or one engineered by an intelligent life-form? The simplest explanation is the latter: that it was created by an intelligent civilisation not of this Earth. Earth cannot possibly be the only planet that supports life. Even in...
    When foster kids age out of the system, their ultimate success can be given a boost with a guaranteed income. Night Owls is a themed open thread appearing at Daily Kos seven days a week. Mark Courtney and Shanta Trivedi at The Appeal write—The Case for Providing Guaranteed Income to Kids Aging out of Foster Care: More and more in America, young adults rely on their parents and other relatives for housing and financial support well into their 20s. That trend was already growing, and now the COVID-19 pandemic and dire economic conditions have further increased the need for young adults to lean on their families for resources. With soaring unemployment, stagnant wages, and historic income inequality, the transition from living at home to financial independence is often a long and arduous one, and perhaps impossible without a family safety net. That transition is even more difficult for children in foster care....
    System of a Down It burst onto the music scene towards the end of the nineties and since then the public has realized what the purpose of the band was. Of course, they wanted to make music, but in their DNA there was an inevitable sense of consciousness that drove them to create heavy compositions as a vehicle of protest. Then, more albums came that in general terms followed that theme with which they talked about the injustices of society, politics, war and more. The group of Armenian origin, thus, cemented a successful career that catapulted them as one of the most important politically active musical projects of history. All that now we can see in the documentary Truth to Power. Serj Tankian in ‘Truth to Power’. Photo: YouTube Capture Serj Tankian and System Of A Down in a new documentary “Can music change the world?”. With that question,...
    Noel Vergara Tampico / 01.15.2021 18:46:43 It has increased by 40% backlog of cases in the justice system, this in the 10 months of pandemic. Dr. Juan Jorge Olvera Reyes said that lawyers do not have access to local or federal courts, since there are limitations to enter those instances, for which he pointed out that: « more can be done to improve ». « The same agreement that was issued in March last year by the General Health System, established that the administration and prosecution of justice are essential activities, they have put them aside, they also require that they be vaccinated in a prompt and timely manner «  Olvera Reyes pointed out that before the Health emergency that registers more than 10 months, the limitation in the personnel capacity affects the administration of justice that shows a high delay. « We believe that justice in 2020, which was...
    REUTERS/Leah MillisPresident Donald Trump holding MAGA hats during a campaign rally at Duluth International Airport.Americanism has elements of it that resemble a religion, in the vague sense that it’s something in which Americans, or many Americans, believe on the basis of faith more than facts. The faith weaves together several gauzy beliefs – about America’s essential goodness, about its role in the world, and, often, about its constitutional democratic republican political system. The Trump experience hasn’t been particularly good for these beliefs. But if Trump does leave office in January, it will be consistent with the fundamental belief that our system works, and has proved that it works by withstanding a tough challenge from a lying, cheating megalomaniac who, despite a sturdy effort to do so, was unable to steal a presidential election in which he lost both the popular and electoral vote. Actual religions rely on what is often...
    A Texas waitress who claimed she was stiffed out of receiving a $2000 tip from a customer has now been given the money by her boss.   Emily Bauer was working at Red Hook Seafood and Bar in San Antonio on Sunday when an unidentified male customer left her the enormous gratuity.  But the mom-of-two failed to receive the money at the end of her shift, with her bosses allegedly claiming they could not process tip amounts larger than $500.   Bauer went to a local news network with the story earlier this week, which led to a barrage of negative publicity for the restaurant.  But the establishment's owner, John Cheng, offered a different story. He claimed the customer's card had declined and he was therefore unable to pass the $2000 gratuity on to Bauer.   On Thursday, however, Cheng attempted to resolve the issue and agreed to pay Bauer $2000 out of...
    TRYING to work out what to cook for dinner every night can get tricky, especially if you have fussy kids AND you're on a budget. But one mum has shared her simple meal plan system which actually makes eating fun for the kids and it keeps costs low too. 6Each day consists of meal ideas using the same ingredients, such as chicken on MondaysCredit: Facebook The mum posted snaps of her nightly meal lists in the Feed Your Family on a budget which included a list of meal ideas for each night using the same or similar ingredients. For example, on Thursday the mum will cook a mince dish and select from a list of seven mince-based meals she's written down, including cottage pie or chilli con carne. Whereas Monday is allocated for a tasty chicken dish and on Friday they'll enjoy a pizza or pasta...
    Though researchers continue to hunt for the mysterious Planet 9, experts have discovered evidence that another planet, residing between Uranus and Saturn, “escaped” billions of years ago. The research, published in the scientific journal Icarus, suggests that an “ice giant” was “kicked out” in the early days of the solar system by unknown forces. “We now know that there are thousands of planetary systems in our Milky Way galaxy alone,” the study’s lead author, Carnegie Mellon University researcher Matt Clement said in a statement. “But it turns out that the arrangement of planets in our own solar system is highly unusual, so we are using models to reverse engineer and replicate its formative processes. This is a bit like trying to figure out what happened in a car crash after the fact – how fast were the cars going, in what directions, and so on.” The researchers created 6,000...
    Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” host Tucker Carlson decried Big Tech using its influence and control of information to give Democrats an advantage in the November 3 election. Using coronavirus as justification, Democrats were able to change the voting system around the country, which along with Big Tech’s effort, gave Democrats a presidential election win, according to Carlson. Transcript as follows: CARLSON: You’ve heard a lot over the past few days about the security of our electronic voting machines, and this is a real issue, no matter who raises it or who tries to dismiss it out of hand as a conspiracy theory. Electronic voting is not as secure as traditional hand counting. Period. It never will be as secure. Voters can see this because it’s obvious, and it makes them nervous. And why wouldn’t it make them nervous? Our leaders have given us every reason not...
    Though researchers continue to hunt for the mysterious Planet 9, experts have discovered evidence that another planet, residing between Uranus and Saturn, "escaped" billions of years ago. The research, published in the scientific journal Icarus, suggests that an "ice giant" was "was kicked out in the early days of the solar system by unknown forces." “We now know that there are thousands of planetary systems in our Milky Way galaxy alone,” the study's lead author, Carnegie Mellon University researcher Matt Clement said in a statement. “But it turns out that the arrangement of planets in our own solar system is highly unusual, so we are using models to reverse engineer and replicate its formative processes. This is a bit like trying to figure out what happened in a car crash after the fact – how fast were the cars going, in what directions, and so on.” (Credit: NASA) BIZARRE,...
    Every single American should want the recount process to play out so the states can properly certify the presidential election. We have had an election, but that certification hasn’t happened yet. The biggest problem we have in our country today is a lack of trust. The president’s supporters voted him into office in 2016 largely because they had lost faith in our country’s political leaders and institutions. You may agree or disagree with the merits of that motivation, but you can’t deny its reality. From Washington ignoring the opioid crisis until it ravaged huge numbers of families to its seeming lack of regard for the economic stagnation felt by too many of our citizens to the massive numbers of public servants that directly cash out of government and into the corporate influence business, the loss of faith in Washington has been driving a good share of our politics for years...
    THE US Air Force is to fit Star Wars-style "death rays" to its fighter jets to zap enemy missiles out of the sky. Pentagon chiefs now hope the futuristic laser system will be ready for active service by 2025, say new reports. The 'death rays' will be used to take down enemy missiles At first, it is expected the hi-tech equipment will be used to protect older jets which can’t use stealth to hide from the enemy. National Defense reports the Self-Protect High Energy Laser Demonstrator (SHiELD) is a pod-mounted laser developed by Lockheed Martin for the Air Force Research Lab. “We’re committing to putting a laser pod equipped with a high-energy laser in the air within five years,” said Mark Stephen of Lockheed’s missiles and fire control division. Mounted on the fuselage or wing of a fighter jet, the laser guns will be tasked with zapping incoming air-to-air and surface-to-air...
    Tucker Carlson has urged America's liberal media outlets not to sweep concerns of voter fraud 'under the rug' by prematurely calling the election for Joe Biden. The Fox News anchor said 'shutting down legitimate discourse... destroys social trust and it sets the table for awful things to come.' Yesterday several TV networks cut away from Donald Trump's address from the White House after he started repeated so-far unsubstantiated claims of electoral malpractice. Yet Carlson suggested these broadcasters are duty-bound to cover such accusations and not airbrush them from the election. Tucker Carlson has urged America's liberal media outlets not to sweep concerns of voter fraud 'under the rug' by prematurely calling the election for Joe Biden Yesterday several TV networks cut away from Donald Trump's address from the White House after he started repeated so-far unsubstantiated claims of electoral malpractice In a live monologue, he said: 'So let's...
    The Solar System may have once had an extra planet — an icy world that was kicked out of its orbit, but whose presence led to the planetary orbits we see today. The planets were born out of a swirling disk of dust and gas that surrounded the young Sun, with worlds forming from the accumulation of clumps of matter.  It was thought that the orbits of the giant planets was once close-packed and circular — but gravitational interactions shifted them to the patterns we see today. This configuration is thought to be 'highly unusual', and experts have long sought to explain how it came to be. US researchers ran thousands of models of how the orbit of the solar system's planets may have evolved with time — to find the one that best explains their modern state. From this, the team suggests that Jupiter and Saturn began with 'eccentric'...
    David Daley November 3, 2020 1:00PM (UTC) Lawrence Douglas saw it all coming.  Long before the pandemic, before mail-in voting became a crucial part of the 2020 election, before the Postal Service was deliberately slowed, before hundreds of election-related cases were filed with the courts, the Amherst College law professor recognized that Trump didn't seem the type to share a limo ride down Pennsylvania Avenue with his successor and take part in a peaceful transfer of power. And so he asked a simple question: What guardrails exist if the election is close and Trump refuses to go?  : The answer, laid out in his punchy and essential new book "Will He Go? Trump and the Looming Election Meltdown in 2020," disturbed him. There weren't many. Our constitution, Douglas discovered, does not secure the peaceful transfer of power but rather assumes it as a given. The system was protected by politicians...
    Boeing and General Atomics are joining forces to develop a new high-energy laser weapon capable of shooting missiles out of the sky. Unveiled on October 13, the two companies are pledging to combine their expertise to produce a ‘HEL’ weapons system equipped with 100 kilowatt beams that can be increased to 250 kilowatts to support a variety of air and missile defense applications. The weapon, designed to ‘defeat an increasing array of emerging threats’, will be able to be employed as a standalone system or be integrated on-board ground vehicles, ships and aircraft, the companies said. General Atomics will be responsible for developing the weapon's laser, batteries and thermal management system, while Boeing will create the beam director and the software necessary for precision tracking and physically directing the laser. Boeing and General Atomics are joining forces to develop a new high-energy laser weapon capable of shooting missiles out...
    Last month, the Denver Film Festival announced that its 43rd edition would unspool virtually as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But now, there are a trio of exceptions. During the October 22 to November 8 event, DFF will screen three high-profile flicks using a drive-in format at Red Rocks that was pioneered over the summer for the 2020 Film on the Rocks program. The flicks include Nomadland, starring Frances McDormand, the Winston Duke-Zazie Beetz vehicle Nine Days, and Ammonite, a period romance headlined by Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan. Denver Film Festival director Britta Erickson says the idea of including in-person screenings as part of this year's offerings was cemented by the success of the Film on the Rocks experiment. "There's no beating the environment of Red Rocks and the way we had such a huge screen up there with our LED system," she allows. "They were pretty evenings."Related Stories...
    Governor Jared Polis's September 8 press conference about COVID-19 was dominated by discussion of a deal to allow a limited number of fans to attend the September 27 game between the Denver Broncos and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — a contest that turned out to be agonizing on every level. Nearly lost amid the pigskin talk was a subject that deserved much more time in the spotlight than it received: a partnership with Google and Apple to launch the EN Express program, which will provide mobile-phone users with access to COVID-19 exposure notification technology. Sarah Tuneberg, of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, noted that the interface, accessible with a click on iPhones and through a free app for Android devices, will automatically contact individuals who've been in close proximity to someone who has tested positive for the virus, after which they will be directed to test sites and provided with...
    CNN's Don LemonDon Carlton LemonCNN's Lemon: 'We're going to have to blow up the entire system' if Democrats win back White House, Senate Scaramucci to Lemon: Trump 'doubling down' on downplaying virus 'should scare' viewers Cohen: Trump is serious when he mentions staying for more than two terms MORE attempted to clarify his remarks about "blowing up the entire system" as it pertains to the Electoral College, with the host saying Tuesday night he was taken out of context. "I woke up and I saw all of these headlines, 'Don Lemon is calling for the abolishing of the Electoral College!' But I was responding to you when you said we need people with integrity!" Lemon exclaimed during a hand-off with host Chris CuomoChris CuomoCNN's Lemon: 'We're going to have to blow up the entire system' if Democrats win back White House, Senate Giuliani criticizes NYC leadership: 'They're killing this city' CNN's Don...
    CNN anchor Don Lemon appeared to be backtracking remarks he made about "blowing up the entire system," insisting his critics had taken him out of context. On Monday night, during his nightly handoff with primetime colleague Chris Cuomo, Lemon floated a solution for the masses who are disenfranchised by both parties. "We're going to have to blow up the entire system," Lemon said. "I don't know about that," Cuomo reacted, who argued that Americans just have to vote. "You know what we're going to have to do?... You're going to have to get rid of the electoral college," Lemon continued. "Because the minority in this country get to decide who our judges are and who our president is. Is that fair?" CNN'S DON LEMON SUGGESTS TO 'BLOW UP THE ENTIRE SYSTEM' "You need a constitutional amendment to do that," Cuomo replied. "And if Joe Biden wins, Democrats can stack the courts...
    IT has been six months since Britain went into lockdown. Six months since the Government ordered the closure of all cafes, pubs, restaurants, nightclubs, theatres, cinemas, gyms and leisure centres that fateful Friday. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2One thing that’s changed a lot is the Labour Party. Keir Starmer became leader in April and we are very much under new leadership Six months since the Chancellor announced that the Government would pay 80 per cent of wages for those employees not working — the “furlough” scheme. So now — as Labour begins its first ever online party conference — seems a good time to look at what has changed and what needs to change in the months ahead to make sure we see the best future for our country, both for our people and our economy. Because even if the national...
    Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. When Christine Brill’s unemployment benefits from the Texas Workforce Commission suddenly plummeted this summer, she tried calling the agency to find out what happened. The 52-year-old Houston widow lost her job as a hair stylist in March and hadn’t heard that the $600 in extra weekly funds for out-of-work Americans approved by Congress in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic had expired. But whenever Brill called TWC this summer, she encountered a busy signal, echoing the problems she first ran into in April, when she spent 30 hours a week for three weeks trying to find out why her initial request for unemployment assistance hadn’t gone through. “How can you look for a job and log 30 hours a week trying to reach a live person that can help...
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- Tropical Depression 18 has joined Tropical Depression 17, forming in the Atlantic Ocean. One system will likely become Tropical Storm Paulette on Monday.Monday at 5 a.m., Tropical Depression 17 had 35 mph winds and was approximately 1200 miles west of the Cabo Verde Islands. The storm was moving west-northwest at 6 mph. It's not expected to affect the United States during the next five days. The National Hurricane Center released data Monday morning on Tropical Depression 18, which has formed off the coast of Africa. The storm is expected to become a hurricane by mid-week. The models all keep the system out to sea, curving north. A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for the Cabo Verde Islands.If either system does become Paulette, that would set the record for the earliest "P" named storm on record, beating out Hurricane Philippe in 2011. The following system...
    Marshall Auerback August 17, 2020 10:21AM (UTC) This article was produced by Economy for All, a project of the Independent Media Institute. It is understandably tempting to drop all the blame for America's catastrophic response to COVID-19 on the big desk in the Oval Office. But there's more to the story than epic incompetence, grift and delusion at the highest levels of government. The stark divide in the level of health care from testing to treatment is divided by wealth and the legacy of systemic racism. In the words of Ed Yong of the Atlantic: "Chronic underfunding of public health neutered the nation's ability to prevent the pathogen's spread. A bloated, inefficient health-care system left hospitals ill-prepared for the ensuing wave of sickness. Racist policies that have endured since the days of colonization and slavery left Indigenous and Black Americans especially vulnerable to COVID-19." Yong could also add Hispanics to that list, along...
    New Zealand's deputy prime minister claims the nation's shock coronavirus outbreak spread throughout the community following a 'breach' inside the quarantine system. Winston Peters told local media a 'reliable' journalist gave him the information after the nation recorded a further 14 new cases on Thursday. 'It wasn't an official, I found out from somewhere else, but I think there's been a breach inside our quarantine system,' he told ABC 24 News. 'I think, when that comes out very shortly, in a matter of maybe less than day, we'll find out that was the case. But you don't always find out from your officials.' Mr Peters said he doubted the virus had survived undetected within the community for so long. New Zealand celebrated 102 days of zero community transmission prior to the outbreak.  'I don't know where this quarantine breach may have happened, but I think you can eliminate it being some...
    The first ever photo of two exoplanets orbiting a young Sun-like star 309-light years from the Earth has been captured by astronomers using a ground-based telescope.  The European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope in Chile was used to capture the image of the two giant exoplanets orbiting a very young star.  Astronomers say this image of two exoplanets orbiting a star is a snapshot of an environment similar to our Solar System  - but at an earlier stage in its evolution.  The two gas giants are much larger and much further away from their host star than Jupiter or Saturn are in the Solar System, according to researchers. The star is incredibly young at just 17 million years old, emerging just 50 million years after the death of the dinosaurs on Earth - our Sun is 4.6 billion years old. By studying direct images of such a young planetary system...
    Former MLB slugger Aubrey Huff took his thoughts to Twitter on Tuesday about California’s decision to once again enter lockdown due to the spike in coronavirus cases across the state. “I would rather take my chances with the coronavirus -- and, may I remind you, it has a 99.8 percent survival rate -- than to end up on the f--king street no longer able to provide for my family," Huff, a two-time World Series champion with the San Francisco Giants, said. YANKEES' CLINT FRAZIER VOWS TO WEAR MASK DURING AT-BATS Huff posted a two-minute rant on the social media site saying that masks are “mind-control devices” and people who wear them are “sheep.” ".@GavinNewsom shut California down again," Huff wrote on Twitter. "It’s time to take off the mind control devices & fight for your family, your business, & your freedom!" “This is nothing but a system of control in order to crash...
    A pandemic is not the time to be having discussions about how to design a national health care system. The fact that the United States, which has 4 percent of the world’s population, leads the world with 25 percent of all coronavirus infections, indicates at a glance that something about our nation’s health care is irredeemably broken. In just a few months, more than 40 million Americans became unemployed in a country where a majority are expected to obtain health care through employer-provided insurance. Even the New York Times has pointed out that, “Nothing illuminates the problems with an employer-based health care system quite like massive unemployment in the middle of a highly contagious and potentially deadly disease outbreak.” The Times has hardly been a champion of the nationalized health care system that progressive activists have demanded for years. The unimaginably large (and growing) death toll from COVID-19 should not be, as the paper’s editorial board...
    There's one country in the world that relies primarily on employers to provide health insurance to the bulk of its population, with about 160 million people getting their coverage from their job. And boy, does a pandemic show why the rest of the developed world didn't follow that model. Because that 160 million was a pre-coronavirus count. With some 40 million people having filed unemployment claims from March to May, clearly there's a problem: no jobs, no job-based insurance. The Common Wealth Fund surveyed 2,271 adults across the nation from May 13 through June 2. They asked about job status for the respondents and their spouses as applicable, and what their current insurance status was. Among the people who had lost a job or had a spouse who'd lost a job, two out of five had their health coverage through work, and one in five of those people were now uninsured. So,...
    These kinds of frivolity could possibly appear to be in inadequate flavor amid a rapidly-worsening pandemic — and unwise because social distancing would not be needed at the celebration. But the getaway that celebrates independence from Britain is becoming made use of to bolster Trump’s phony narrative that the place is carrying out just fine.“We are headed again in a pretty robust fashion … and I feel we are heading to be extremely good with the coronavirus,” Trump instructed Fox Business enterprise on Wednesday, a day after his government’s major infectious sickness specialist, Dr. Anthony Fauci, had warned that the US could shortly see 100,000 new scenarios for each working day. The Mount Rushmore condition, South Dakota, has not been as badly strike by the virus as much of the rest of the heartland. But it only can take a person contaminated man or woman in what is anticipated to...
    It seems that System of a Down bandmates Serj Tankian and John Dolmayan differ in their opinions. This week, both musicians shared their thoughts on President Donald Trump's handling of the protests breaking out across the country in Instagram posts. OLIVIA JADE DONATED TO NATIONAL BAIL OUT FUND AFTER FACING BACKLASH FOR 'WHITE PRIVILEGE' POST "Run Donny run into your bunker. You may be the first US President to do so out of fear of your own citizens," wrote Tankian, 52. "A real leader would address the nation properly and a real man would go face the protestors on the streets in person. But like other corrupt undemocratic leaders in the past, you’ve realized they are not your people as you are not really our President." The singer said that the protests are about more than race, but also the "institutional injustices" put in place due to the electoral college, lobbyists and...
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