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Glen Kirschner - Day One of Chauvin Trial - Shocking first witness

Thank you for the hearts!!!

Thank you for the ❤

So sick of this man-baby

Russia Offered Bounties For Taliban Militants To Kill U.S. Soldiers - Trump does NOTHING


Russia Offered Bounties For Taliban Militants To Kill U.S. Soldiers And Other Allies

Truth telling docs on COVID19


Biden wins SC


Biden wins South Carolina Primary AP Projects

Source: NPR

Joe Biden has run for president three times, and yet until Saturday, he had failed to ever win a primary or caucus.

The 77-year-old former vice president has now gotten an expected but much-needed victory in the South Carolina primary, according to The Associated Press's projection.

Read more: https://www.npr.org/2020/02/29/810477647/biden-wins-south-carolina-primary-ap-projects

Looks like Joe nailed it in SC 😎

Voted in SC Democratic Primary this morning

A couple of things to note. Initially, they couldn't find me in the database. I had verified my name was listed before I went to the polls, so I knew I was in the database. They asked me for my voter registration card, which, thankfully, I brought with me along with my passport, in case there was an issue. They did finally locate me on the database and I continued to the voting machine. SC has new voting machines with a paper backup, so it's a two-part voting experience. At the first machine, you enter a voting card, make a choice from a list end print the card out. All straight forward, right? Well, not exactly. The names aren't in alphabetical order by last name. So, Biden isn't first on the list, Bernie is. WTF? If you're voting in SC pay attention. You can go back and make a change, which I did. Once you make your choice, print out the card and verify who you voted for. Next you bring the "paper ballot" to a scanning machine, which scans your vote and keeps the "paper ballot". That's it. Not too bad, but you will still need to stay alert.
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