Reader’s links for September 8, 2020

Each day at just after midnight Eastern, a post like this one is created for contributors and readers of this site to upload news links and video links on the issues that concern this site. Most notably, Islam and its effects on Classical Civilization, and various forms of leftism from Soviet era communism, to postmodernism and all the flavours of galloping statism and totalitarianism such as Nazism and Fascism which are increasingly snuffing out the classical liberalism which created our near, miraculous civilization the West has been building since the time of Socrates.

This document was written around the time this site was created, for those who wish to understand what this site is about. And while our understanding of the world and events has grown since then, the basic ideas remain sound and true to the purpose.

So please post all links, thoughts and ideas that you feel will benefit the readers of this site to the comments under this post each day. And thank you all for your contributions.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

88 Replies to “Reader’s links for September 8, 2020”

  1. From Styxhexenhammer666


  2. So where do we go from here? That’s quite the article on the American colour revolution, EB, thanks.

    How many military and ex-military are in the emerging counter state? I say emerging because it is. It is unveiling itself. “Transitional Integrity plan”. Right. What a Soros-esque turn of phrase. This is the name of the coup. Don’t underestimate it. If they can deprive the President of his voice to the people while simutaneously pumping garbage into peoples’ heads through msm, they’ve got a real plan. If they have billions of dollars to execute it, plan has legs.

    And since the illegitimate believe they are legitimate, and if they have enough critical mass in the country, you get civil war. We can’t yet know.

    Bongino says one month of it, which I don’t really get. How does PT stop it in a month? Is he assuming that counter-state people and resources will be overcome, and each and every treasonous participant will be imprisoned in that time? Including Obama and the Clintons and the half of the country who voted against the Prez? Will CBS, NBC, the NYT and the rest of the gargantuan MSM firehose miraculously shut-up? Will all of the bureaucratic ideologues being paid by the state, but who support the counter-state, suddenly turn conservative if PT wins?

    The President had better start front-running this election faster than these coup plotters. He’d better start using his voice to good effect and call this out now, while he still has a voice. Aren’t his comments already being silenced or distorted? He must make the people aware of the false narrative that is this Transitional Integrity scheme.

    Why not start rounding plotters up? Start with those who have revealed themselves enough to be charged with a crime. Give them a taste of life behind bars, and take them out of circulation so they can’t do more damage. If not why not?

    And close the borders if things get bad. Allowing defectors to flee north will only give them a refuge from which to organize, direct and gather more resources. Also, give Dear Leader a taste of what it’s like to have a closed border from the U.S. side. Is he not using the border as a propaganda tool by asking for it to remain closed due to the Wuhan Flu? All because PT has “…handled it so badly…”? Give me a break. None of the Wuhan stats can be trusted.

    Close it for a couple of weeks and see what happens up north. Imagine the food and medicine–all supplies–that would stop. I don’t want to see this happen, but it would be a reality check for Canadians who think they live in the land of lollipops and unicorns without a friendly American. The political damage to Dear Leader would also be substantial. Seventy-five percent of Canada’s trade is with the U.S.. Canada is also the U.S.’s largest trading partner, which is a fact many Americans are not aware of.

    Have I gone too far with this extrapolation? If so, then where do we go from here?

    • The one month (or longer) is the projected time it will take to create the illusion that Biden won the election and that Trump is trying to steal it. The problem for the plotters is the net and the citizen journalists that are out here reporting on what is happening. This is only one of the problems in their plan.

      A major problem is that they live in a bubble where they only talk to other swamp critters and think that the unwashed masses will accept anything the Dems do, after all we didn’t raise up and riot while Obama did his best to destroy the US. In their pea sized brains that means that we will never resort to violence to protect ourselves.

      Another one is that they are concentrating on the Obama promoted political officers that are no longer (for the most part) in the military. They are also counting on the lower ranking officers and the NCOs and enlisted to obey the orders to overthrow the man that was elected. Forget the people who say that the military is evenly split between Dem and Repub, all of the recent vets I meet at the VA think that the Dems and the Bureaucrats are betraying the nation and the military all the time. They complain about taking villages and land from the Taliban and the politicians giving it back. They also think that Trump is saving the nation from total destruction by the Dems.

      Your point about allowing the plotters to run to Canada for sanctuary is a good one and I don’t know what will happen. As for the BS being spread about the Wuhan Flu in both of my stays in the hospital last month the people working there were afraid to talk openly about what they though about the various restriction because of the Flu. They would all say that they couldn’t talk about it, but when I was watching some show about UFOs (not much else on the limited channels in the VA) and I would tell them that the show was BS but there were more truth in that BS then in the news reports they would look around and then say that both statements were right.

      People are afraid to speak out because they stand a good chance of being fired if they do, but if you give them a way to show what they think they take it and agree with us.

    • Johnny-
      Vietnam draft-dodgers went to Canada, some returned after Jimmy Carter {spit} pardoned them.

      I like Canada too much to wish them on you.
      And dislike providing them with a base for their stinkin’ “shadow” govt. China would be sure to train-&-equip any such vipers’ nest

      • China, Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua now add in the Middle Eastern Nations of your choice. The hit squad that stalked and shot the Patriot Prayer member was well trained by some very professional people.

        If Canada gives sanctuary to the people running to avoid prison for their treason and then allows them to train and make cross border raids the hell that is going to come down on them is Trudeau’s fault.

        • Iran’s Advances in Latin America

          For more than two decades, Iran has expanded its influence in Latin America, aided by the so-called “pink tide” – the turn to the radical political Left in the region that began in the 1990s. And while the 2013 death of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, the chief architect of this movement…

          Once again, Tehran has fresh opportunities to penetrate the region with the ultimate goal of threatening U.S. security by challenging its hegemony in its own backyard.

      • Yes. I’m sure this place is rife and riddled with CCP. Just my neighborhood has its fair share of dodgers who never returned.

  3. UK’s Natural History Museum to Review ‘Offensive’ Charles Darwin Exhibits, Bowing to BLM Pressure (breitbart, Sep 8, 2020)

    “In response to the iconoclastic Black Lives Matter movement, the Natural History Museum has launched a review into supposedly “offensive” and “problematic” collections, including exotic birds collected by English naturalist Charles Darwin.

    The review will audit rooms, statues, and items that the executive board deems offensive for possible renaming or removal, to show how “science, racism, and colonial power were inherently entwined”.

    Documents revealed to The Telegraph from the review state that “in light of Black Lives Matter and the recent anti-racist demonstrations around the world”, the Natural History Museum will review “whether any statues (or collections) or could potentially cause offence”.

    The review will reportedly include specimens collected by Charles Darwin on the Galapagos Islands, which were instrumental in helping the naturalist form his Theory of Evolution. A curator of the museum listed the pieces as an example of Britain’s many “colonialist scientific expeditions”.

    The museum is home to a statue depicting the 19th-century naturalist, which may also come under scrutiny during the leftist assault on British history.

    The review team argued that exotic birds collected by Darwin and Caption Robert Fitzroy on the islands served to “enable greater British control” throughout South America.

    A statue honouring Thomas Henry Huxley — who promoted Darwin’s theory of evolution to such an extent that he is known as ‘Darwin’s Bulldog’ — has been targeted for removal as well due to his controversial views on race.

    The director of the Natural History Museum, Michael Dixon, told staff: “The Black Lives Matter movement has demonstrated that we need to do more and act faster, so as a first step we have commenced an institution-wide review on naming and recognition.”

    “We want to learn and educate ourselves, recognising that greater understanding and awareness on diversity and inclusion are essential,” Dixon went on.

    A curator at the museum argued that collections need to be ‘decolonised’ because “museums were put in place to legitimise a racist ideology” and that “covert racism exists in the gaps between the displays”.

    Besides targeting Darwin, the review is also looking into pieces collected by Sir Joseph Banks on his journeys with Captain James Cook for the British Empire, as well as flora specimens collected by Sir Hans Sloane, the founder of the British Museum.

    In August, the British Museum announced that it would be removing a bust of Sir Hans from its pedestal and placing it in a cabinet adorned with a plaque that describes his connections to the slave trade in Jamaica.”

  4. Iran’s Khamenei Decries ‘Unforgivable’ Muhammad Cartoons in France (breitbart, Sep 8, 2020)

    “Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, lashed out Tuesday at cartoons of Muhammad republished by a French satirical magazine last week, saying they were “unforgivable.”

    “The grave and unforgivable sin committed by a French weekly in insulting the luminous and holy personality of (the) Prophet revealed, once more, the hostility and malicious grudge harboured by political and cultural organisations in the West against Islam and the Muslim community,” Khamenei said in an English-language statement, as reported by AFP.

    “The excuse of ‘freedom of expression’ made by some French politicians in order not to condemn this grave crime of insulting the Holy Prophet of Islam is completely unacceptable, wrong and demagogic.”

    During a visit to Beirut last week, French President Emmanuel Macron said Charlie Hebdo had broken no law in republishing the cartoons to mark the opening of the trial into a deadly 2015 attack on its offices by Islamist extremists.

    He backed those who voiced criticism of the religion of Islam and those it chose to deify, as others have done before.

    “There is… in France a freedom to blaspheme that is linked to freedom of conscience,” Macron said, backing freedom of speech as a key tenet of French society. “It is my job to protect all these freedoms.”

    He also criticized what he called “Islamic separatism” in his country and those who seek French citizenship without accepting France’s “right to commit blasphemy.”

    Twelve people, including some of France’s most celebrated cartoonists, were killed on January 7, 2015, when brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi went on a gun rampage at the magazine’s Paris offices.

    The weekly republished the images as the trial began of 14 people over the attacks on Charlie Hebdo and on a kosher supermarket.”

  5. Greece Strengthens Border as Minister Warns of New Migrant Surge (breitbart, Sep 8, 2020)

    “Greek Deputy Minister of Migration and Asylum Giorgos Koumoutsakos has warned that Turkey may unleash another wave of migrants into Greece.

    Mr Koumoutsakos said that over the past 15 days, the land border with Turkey in the Evros region had seen a new wave of migratory pressure, warning that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan could open the gates for migrants, as he did earlier in the year.

    He added that he suspected the Erdogan regime would threaten to open the gates to Europe if sanctions are considered at an EU summit scheduled for the 24th and 25th of September, newspaper Proto Thema reports.

    “If Erdogan flirts with the thought of exerting pressure through migration, he may not stop at Evros but move on to the islands,” Koumoutsakos said, referring to the Aegean islands, where migrant camps are already heavily overcrowded.

    To help fortify the Evros border even further, Greece is expecting 400 new border guards, agents of the European Union border agency Frontex, and an expansion of the eight miles of fencing already in place by March 2021.

    Michalis Chrysochoidis, Greek Minister for Citizen Protection, said the expansion would cost around €63 million (£57m/$74m) to complete, adding: “The mission and character of the fence are defensive. It will contribute to the defence and protection of our country.”

    Greece is preparing for the possibility of a repeat of the events that unfolded along the border in late February to March, when the country was inundated by tens of thousands of migrants. The Greek government had claimed to have stopped over 50,000 from entering the country.

    Turkey later closed the border due to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, but threatened that migrants would return when the pandemic ended.

    Since the closure, tensions between Greece and Turkey have risen over Turkish plans to conduct seismic research for natural resources in areas of the Mediterranean sea which Greece claims as part of its exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

    Greece has been supported by French President Emmanuel Macron in recent weeks, as well, with the French aircraft carrier Charles De Gaulle recently sent to the area.

    Turkish officials have slammed French involvement, accusing France of escalating tensions.”

    • India and China are playing games trying to one up each other and take their populations minds off the economic mess caused by the flu and other disasters. Turkey on the other hand is pushing for a major confrontation with Greece and is hoping to scare the rest of Europe into staying out of the fight. I don’t think Erodgan is ready to start the shooting until after the election and the civil war starts but it wouldn’t take much of a miscalculation to start a war between Turkey and Greece.

  6. Iranian TV: British-Iranian dual national faces new charge (abcnews, Sep 8, 2020)

    “Iran’s state TV, citing an unnamed official, announced on Tuesday that British-Iranian dual national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is facing a new charge.

    The report did not elaborate beyond saying that Zaghari-Ratcliffe has appeared before a branch of the country’s Revolutionary Court in Tehran, where she was first sentenced in 2017. It said she appeared in court on Tuesday morning.

    Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been released from prison due to the coronavirus pandemic after serving nearly all of her five-year sentence. Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested during a holiday with her toddler daughter in April 2016. Her family says she was in Iran to visit family, denying that she was plotting against Iran. She was accused of plotting the “soft toppling” of Iran’s government.

    Zaghari-Ratcliffe worked for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of the news agency.

    The new charges come after Zaghari-Ratcliffe family’s linked her detention to Iran’s negotiations with the British government over 400 million pounds settlement ($530 million) held by London, a payment the late Iranian Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi made for Chieftain tanks that were never delivered. Tehran has denied that her detention was linked to the negotiations. The new charges could be an attempt to gain new leverage in the negotiations.

    Iran has been hit hard by the virus early this year, becoming the worst-affected country in the Middle East. Since then, it has reported more than 391,000 cases and 22,542 deaths.”

  7. Denmark: Tunisia should take migrants rescued off Malta (abcnews, Sep 8, 2020)

    “Denmark says that “Tunisia is responsible for receiving” the 27 migrants who were rescued in the Mediterranean by a Danish-flagged chemical tanker.

    More than a month ago, the Maersk Etienne rescued the migrants, including a pregnant woman and a child, from a flimsy fishing boat just before it sank in the central Mediterranean. Its owners, Maersk Tankers, said food and fresh water are running low.

    Denmark “stands ready to assist the Tunisian government,” acting Danish immigration minister Kaare Dybvad Bek said Monday in a statement. Most of the migrants are from north Africa.

    He added that the Scandinavian country “is in dialogue with relevant parties and countries in the area and is trying through diplomatic channels to find a way to disembark the 27 people safely in port.”

    “It is a very unfortunate situation,” Dybvad Bek said.

    Despite weeks of contacts between Maltese authorities and company representatives, the 186-meter-long (610-foot) vessel remains stuck in international waters 17 miles (27 kilometers) off Malta with no solution in sight.

    Malta, which had asked the tanker to rescue the migrants on Aug. 4, often balks at taking in rescued migrants.”

  8. A sweet little bird flew into my window, he died, I think he broke his neck. I buried him. I wonder if the other little birds think he died of the 2020 Election virus!

    There is always a lot of road kill in the area I live. They all die from the CARONVirus.

    Keep on the sunny side – – Good will prevail.

  9. Asylum Seeker Brutally Stabbed in Middle of Paris Railway Station (breitbart, Sep 8, 2020)

    “An Afghan asylum seeker was brutally stabbed on Sunday in Paris’s Gare du Nord railway station, with the aftermath of the bloody attack caught on video and posted to social media.

    The attack took place at around 5 pm and saw the victim, an Afghan asylum seeker born in 1988, stabbed in the neck as he was sitting on a bench waiting for his train.

    According to a report from French newspaper Le Parisien, the attacker wandered around the station before approaching the asylum seeker and stabbing him. Investigators have not revealed the identity of the assailant or a possible motive, with authorities still searching for the suspect.

    The Afghan was later taken to hospital and treated for life-threatening injuries, but has reportedly stabilised and is recovering.

    According to newspaper Liberation, a witness stated the attacker may come from an Asian background but said they could not be sure as he was wearing a mask at the time…”

  10. Dutch anti-islamisation politican Geert Wilders talks about threats against his person:
    PVV leader Geert Wilders can also say a thing or two about threats. He has been under extra security for at least 16 years. His office in parliament is screened off and he has been living in a safe house for years. According to Wilders, the threats against him are becoming increasingly international. “In the beginning it was Dutch groups or individuals who wanted to hurt me, nowadays many threats come from Pakistan, Iran or other countries,” he said to NRC.
    Wilders files threat reports with the police “hundreds of times a month”, he said. “It is a lot at the same time. My closet is full of declaration forms.”

  11. Solitary confinement increasingly used in Dutch deportation centers
    The use of solitary confinement on foreign nationals in Dutch detention centers increased significantly over the past yeas, despite the government’s intentions to make less use of this severe measure. In 2016, solitary confinement was used an average of 59 times per month. Last year it was 110 times per month, an increase of 86 percent, according to a study by Amnesty International, Dokters van de Wereld, and the hotline for deportation centers.

    The number of people in these detention centers increased by 30 percent in this same period – so not enough to explain the increased use of solitary confinement in and of itself, according to Amnesty International. Many asylum seekers and other undocumented migrants have trauma in their past, and detention and uncertainty about the future can increase that psychological pressure, Amnesty International said. “Solitary confinement is an extreme form of incarceration and reinforces the impact that detention itself already has on people. Scientific research shows that isolation has harmful effects on the health of many people.”

    Amnesty International researcher Annemarie Busser told NOS that the increase in solitary confinement is very worrying, especially when you remember that people are not sentenced to a deportation detention center because they committed a crime. “People are not there because they have to serve a sentence or because they have behaved badly in society. They are only there awaiting their deportation,” she said. You have to think about how you treat these people. How do you keep them available for departure and do you really need a regime that is very similar to that in ordinary prisons?”

    Solitary confinement in these detention centers is either used as a punishment or as a precaution. According to Busser, this measure is most often used as a means of punishment. In about a quarter of cases, the person was isolated because they refused to stay in a multi-person cell. Another common reason to put someone in solitary confinement is if they are a suicide risk. That is also not a good idea, Busser said. “Isolation never makes people better. It definitely does not improve their behavior. It makes them sick.”

  12. Amsterdam to experiment with stop-and-search after shootings
    Amsterdam is implementing stop-and-search in the city on a trial basis, following a number of violent incidents this month. “We are going to implement this on a trial basis,” mayor Femke Halsema said in a meeting of the General Affairs committee, AT5 reports. “And evaluate it per time. Initially for a month.”

    The stop-and-search actions will be small-scale in specific “hotspots”. Kids up to 12 years old, people over 65, and families will be excluded from the searches. Independent observers will be present to watch against discrimination.

    A similar proposal was made and rejected earlier this year, due to a lack of support among councilors. But after a number of violent incidents this month, including the death of Bas van Wijk at the Nieuwe Meer and three shootings in which two people were hurt this week, stop-and-search was reexamined.

    Halsema understands that this is a far-reaching measure. She also stressed that it is not a magic cure that will immediately stop violence in the city.

  13. Immigration service faces backlog of 15,000 asylum cases, despite extra staff
    The immigration service IND has a backlog of some 15,300 asylum cases to process, junior minister Ankie Broekers-Knol has told MPs in a briefing. While the task force set up to try to work away the backlog has had an impact, much still remains to be done, Broekers-Knol said. So far, she said, the task force has processed 4,000 claims. From September, when the task force is fully up to speed, decisions should be taken more quickly, the minister said. The task force was set up after it emerged that the government was paying millions of euros in compensation to asylum seekers whose cases were not processed within the required period. Broekers-Knol has now scrapped those payments. The task force focuses on people who arrived in the Netherlands before April 1 while new arrivals fall under the regular procedures, and this is likely to mean their cases will be examined earlier. In recent weeks there have been several demonstrations at refugee centres by people who arrived in the Netherlands up to several years ago and whose cases have still not been dealt with. In particular, they are calling on the government to speed up their applications, and to allow them to work while waiting for a ruling. ‘We have musicians, doctors and engineers here who can use this time and opportunity to to do something useful for both for themselves and for society,’ Iranian refugee Vahid told reporter Sina Motamed Rad.

  14. CBC – Parents urge Ontario to ‘decolonize’ curriculum

    An Ontario advocacy group of parents wants the province’s curriculum to better represent its diverse population, saying a lack of representation of racialized groups is harmful to children.

  15. CBC – Kyle Rittenhouse becomes poster boy for armed self-defence after Kenosha shooting

    Gun-rights and armed-self-defence advocates have turned Kyle Rittenhouse, charged with intentional homicide in the shooting deaths of two protesters in Kenosha, Wis., into their latest poster boy and are raising money for his defence.

  16. UK Border Force Brings Ashore 223 Boat Migrants, as Locals Suggest More Landed Undetected (breitbart, Sep 8, 2020)

    “Over 200 illegal boat migrants were brought ashore by UK Border Force on Monday, as local reports suggest more migrants landed in Kent undetected.

    The Home Office said that on Monday, 223 migrants were picked up in 18 small rubber dinghies crossing the English Channel from France. The French intercepted another eight boats carrying 106 people before reaching British territorial waters…”

  17. 70 Per Cent of French Public Agree Country Is Becoming More ‘Savage’ (breitbart, Sep 8, 2020)

    “An Ipsos poll has revealed that 70 per cent of the French public believe France is becoming more violent and “savage” and support the use of a controversial term to describe the phenomenon.

    The poll noted that when the results were broken down by political affiliation, it was the supporters of President Emmanuel Macron’s La République En Marche! (LREM) who most agreed with the use of the term “ensauvagement” at 85 per cent, followed by the populist National Rally (RN) at 83 per cent.

    On the other end of the political spectrum, just 47 per cent of supporters of the far-left France Insoumise (FI) agreed with the use of the term, French legal aid platform Avostart reports.

    The platform notes that the term, which described the savaging or the descent into a more savage society, has been used since at least 1999 and was recently used by Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin to describe growing levels of lawlessness and delinquency in certain areas of the country.

    National Rally leader Marine Le Pen has used the term for years and again invoked the problems of lawlessness during a party speech over the weekend in the southern commune of Fréjusin.

    Le Pen said the growing violence was “a consequence of the anarchic and uncontrolled immigration imposed on the French for decades”. She added it was from “a multicultural society that was also imposed on the French that this violence has sprouted”.

    “I reaffirm without any ambiguity that many people of immigrant origin who love France and have adopted our social codes are the first victims of these criminal acts. The state must help and protect everyone, French or immigrant,” she added.

    Violence in various no-go neighbourhoods has been rampant since the outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus. Many riots and attacks on police officers have taken place during the lockdown and after the government eased measures.

    According to French professor of Criminology Alain Bauer, the level of homicides and attempted homicides in France in 2019 was the highest in recent history.

    “Ten years ago, criminal organisations were afraid of security services’ power in France. Today, they dare to challenge it. But this crumbling is not the most worrying,” Bauer said and added: “It is the inability to deal with ordinary, daily, and repetitive violence.””

  18. Pakistan: Protesters rally against reprinting of Charlie Hebdo Prophet Muhammad cartoons

    Tens of thousands of Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam supporters gathered in Peshawar from different parts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan,

    […]”If non-Muslim people use Islamic symbols and they commit blasphemic acts, the reaction from our people must not be declared unjustified,” said Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman, head of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam.

  19. AUSTRALIA’S SHAME: Melbourne police bodyslam reporter Avi Yemini covering pandemic lockdown protest
    Rebel News – September 7, 2020

    • Watch the video and think about the increased tensions along the border in the Himalayan mountains which are reported to be escalating to the use of firearms. Now add in the sale/gift of 4 Frigates that are the same size as the Frigates India bought from Russia. India now has to split their Naval Forces between the South China Sea and guarding against the Pakistani Navy.

  20. AstraZeneca down after report that Covid-19 vaccine is put on hold

    … due to a suspected serious adverse reaction in a participant in the UK.

  21. This should be the video called “Dr Faucis First Fraud Exposed Let This Video Go Viral” 1hr 33min 50sec. Fauci and at the time “new disease -aids”. Apparently no test for it still today, just a test to see if your immune system responds to their test. It seems Aids and hiv is not a disease, it’s just cause a few gay guys that partied like crazy and had so many stds that they had gone through so many prescriptions to cure them that there immune system gave up. Made up a name for a new disease and called it Aids. Then prescribe toxic meds, billions given for research, a farce. Even has footage of Fauci saying they are so close to a aids vaccine I think in 80’s. Has anyone heard of this before? See what u think of this, it brings it back to Fauci and a vaccine for covid at the end.

  22. USPS Is ‘Investigating’ an Alarming Mail Issue in SoCal

    Over the last few months President Donald Trump and Republicans have wondered how the United States Postal Service (USPS) will be able to handle the influx of mail this fall with the election in November, especially as more states move to voting by mail.

    The concerns seem valid, especially considering the USPS is now launching an investigation into bags of mail being dumped in two different locations in Glendale, California, a suburb of Los Angeles.

    One of the instances was caught on a surveillance camera outside of a spa. A Budget rental truck can be seen backing up before a man jumps out and unloads the bags of mail and boxes.

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