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    THE Colorado Springs mass shooting suspect left a haunting voice message weeks before allegedly killing five at a gay club. It emerged as police were accused of missing the chance to seize guns from Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, after he was arrested for threatening his mother with a homemade bomb. 8A gunman killed five people and wounded 25 at Club Q in Colorado SpringsCredit: AP 8Club Q bartenders Derrick Rump and Daniel Aston both diedCredit: Facebook 8Floral tributes at the scene of the alleged 'hate crime' targeting gay and trans clubbersCredit: AFP or licensors Aldrich was in custody today after being overpowered and pinned to the ground by "hero" club-goers on Saturday night. He allegedly killed five people and wounded 25 in a hail of bullets from an AR15-style rifle inside LGBT+ venue Club Q. Police said they were investigating the suspect's previous "interactions with law enforcement" as questions were raised last night over whether the Colorado's "red flag" law was ignored. It emerged Aldrich's was arrested over a bomb scare that saw ten homes evacuated in the Lorson Ranch...
    The stepdaughter of the man who attacked Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul with a hammer early Friday morning says that he's 'consumed by darkness' and sexually abused both her and her brothers before their mother left him. Inti Gonzalez blogged about David DePape, 42, on Friday after word came out that he broke into the Pelosis' $6million San Francisco home in at 2.27 am in his underwear and beat 82-year-old Paul Pelosi with a hammer while shouting 'where's Nancy'.  She wrote that her mother met DePape - whom she describes as her father - in Maui when she was pregnant with her and where Gonzalez was born. They soon moved to the Bay Area afterwards.  That's when DePape began to become 'toxic' until Gonzalez's mother left him when she was 13 years old.  After DePape left, her brother Nebosvod began to have memories of DePape 'physically and sexually abusing me and my brothers, which started when we were very young and continued until around 2008, when [Gonzalez] was 7.'  The stepdaughter of the man who attacked Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul with a...
    Emily Elconin/Getty Images George Conway predicted Donald Trump will face multiple felonies, but also theorized the former president would “incite” violence before he takes any sort of plea deal. Former Republican Conway claimed in an interview with Salon that Trump is in a psychological spiral over his legal troubles, including the recent FBI raid of Mar-a-Lago and accusations he mishandled classified documents. He also predicted, however, that if the Republican is not behind bars before the next presidential election, he could still nab the Republican Party nomination. “In all likelihood, I believe that Trump gets the Republican nomination in 2024, unless he goes to prison before then,” Conway said. According to Conway, Trump could face multiple felonies, but it’s unlikely any sentence would include him in an actual prison. “I think he could go to prison, but it is more likely that he will serve home confinement. In all likelihood, he will be convicted of multiple felonies. I don’t know if there’s ever going to be a perp walk, but I don’t think it’s a fantasy either. There’s a good...
    Before Uvalde gunman Salvador Ramos massacred 21 people at an elementary school, he was nicknamed 'school shooter,' terrorized women with graphic descriptions of violence and rape and even carried around a dead cat.  The details revealed in a report released Sunday by the House committee investigating the incident give the most complete picture of the 18-year-old shooter who carried out one of the worst mass shootings in Texas history, the Texas Tribune reported.  The blistering 77-page document also blasted 'system failures and egregious poor decision making' by nearly all those in power during the May 24 attack. It was released around midday Sunday as the victims' families met with officials to discuss the report and watch footage of the sick rampage through the school. Some of the litany of errors in the report are:  Cops failed to follow the active shooter doctrine imposed after the 1999 Columbine High School massacre by not engaging with Ramos; The school's safety protocol for keeping doors to classrooms locked and shut during school hours was not adhered to; Around 47 'lockdown' events when police chased migrants...
    A 15-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of a 14-year-old drill rapper on a NYC subway after getting into a spat on the streets of Harlem. Officers found Ethan Reyes, an upcoming rapper also known as 'Notti Osama,' with a stab wound to the abdomen around 3 p.m. on the northbound 1 line platform at the 137th Street–City College station on Saturday. He was rushed to Mount Sinai St. Luke's, where he was later pronounced dead. The teen suspect's identity was not publicly revealed by police due to being a minor. He was taken to New York Presbyerian Hospital after the stabbing, where he is being treated for stab wounds, according to the New York Post. As of Sunday, no further updates on his condition have been released. DailyMail.com has contacted the NYPD for comment.  Ethan Reyes, also known under his rap name 'Notti Osama,' was only 14-years-old when he was stabbed to death on Saturday afternoon in Harlem Reyes and the suspect, formally knew each other at the time of the stabbing, which took place on the 137th-City College...
    Robert Crimo III, 21, has been charged with seven counts of first-degree murder after shooting at a crowd who gathered for a Fourth of July parade on Monday The Highland Park gunman who killed seven people at a July 4 parade previously posted gaming videos online where he shot at people from rooftops.  The eerie videos show 21-year-old Robert Crimo's gaming avatar standing on rooftops and shooting down his opponents in a game of Call of Duty.  This came before Crimo himself stood on a rooftop disguised in women's clothing and opened fire 'sniper-style' at the crowd during the Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Illinois. Crimo killed seven people with his Smith & Wesson rifle and has been charged with seven counts of first-degree murder with dozens more charges expected. In the video game posts, gun shots can be heard ringing out while players are heard laughing, yelling and directing one another. It's unclear which voice is Crimo's.  Violent video games like Call of Duty have often been cited as the motivation for real-life shootings by the NRA and...
    A warning was delivered to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows that threats of violence were swirling around Washington, D.C., in the days leading up to Jan. 6, a onetime aide to former President Donald Trump told investigators on the Jan. 6 committee.  This testimony from Trump’s special assistant for legislative affairs, Cassidy Hutchinson, was tucked into the pages of a hefty 248-page court filing from the probe as it again pushes for Meadows to cooperate following a months-long stalemate. There is no indication yet that the Justice Department will charge Meadows with contempt of Congress four months after the House voted to advance the referral.  Hutchinson told investigators she didn’t know if Meadows perceived the warning as genuine or speculative, but she recalled Anthony Ornato, the Secret Service agent-turned-Trump-White-House-political-adviser, approaching Meadows at least once with “intel reports saying that there could potentially be violence on the 6th.”  What Meadows did with that information next was unclear to Hutchinson, she testified, but she remembered Meadows’ response to Ornato was, “All right, let’s talk about it,” before heading into Meadows’ office privately with Ornato for a few minutes.  RELATED STORY: Jan. 6 warnings held back by officials...
    THE suspect in the subway shooting which left 29 people wounded made a number of chilling threats before cops say he opened fire on Tuesday. Frank James was on Wednesday named by police as the gunman behind the attack inside a rush-hour subway train in Brooklyn. 2Frank James was named as a suspect in the shooting on WednesdayCredit: YouTube 2The gunman sent off smoke grenades in a crowded subway car and then fired at least 33 shotsCredit: AP CHILLING BIRTHDAY TRIP Cops are still hunting James who they say fled in the aftermath of opening fire. In a video posted online on April 13 James said he planned to be in NYC for his birthday. He said had a place to stay "picked out" but that he needed to "finalize" his stay in Midtown Manhattan. He said: "We going to have a good time in New York." READ MORE SUN STORIESMANHUNT ON Brooklyn shooting suspect identified after chilling YouTube posts found onlineCHILLING PICS Surveillance of subway shooting suspect shows 'gunman' stalking station James also claimed...
    SHAHS of Sunset star Mike Shouhed was arrested & jailed for domestic violence, Page Six reported. The March 27th incident was confirmed by the Los Angeles Police Department on Monday. 1Mike Shouhed was arrested for domestic violence as per Page Six The 43-year-old was reportedly arrested for "intimate partner violence with injury," which is a legal term meaning their was "visible injury" on the victim. Police were called at approximately 10 pm for an "unknown" situation leading to the Bravo star's arrest. According to court records, he was booked at 1:05 pm the following morning and charged with corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant. Mike made bail of $50,000 and was released at 6:35 am. He is due back in court on July 25. No information additional information on the victim was provided. Shortly before the incident, the TV star deleted his Instagram account. Mike is engaged to Paulina Ben Cohen. Most read in EntertainmentBABY JOY? Kourtney Kardashian fans think she's PREGNANT after Travis Barker Grammys dateTONGUES WAGGING Kourtney's fiancé Travis sticks TONGUE...
    An ex-girlfriend of actor William Hurt, who died Sunday aged 71, detailed the alleged physical and emotional abuse she suffered during the course of their more than three-year relationship in guest column for Variety Magazine. 'Bill would snap, physically shove, punch and beat me, followed by tears, apologies and him offering me expensive gifts,' author Donna Kaz penned. 'When the battering began I sloughed it off. He said he was sorry. Perhaps I instigated it. I only had to visit the ER once. It was only after many, many years I admitted to myself that I was the victim of domestic violence.'  Hurt announced he was suffering from prostate cancer which had metastasized to his bones in May 2018 and said at the time it was terminal. But he battled bravely on before finally succumbing on March 13. He was one week shy of his 72nd birthday. He died, surrounded by his family, in his modest four-bedroom home in Portland, Oregon, where he had lived since 2015. Now, in wake of his passing, Kaz - who kept the alleged abuse...
    The military veteran who posted a photo of himself inside the Capitol building on January 6 with the caption 'lol' told a judge he's 'really ashamed' of his actions as he begged for leniency before being sentenced. U.S. Navy and Marine Corps veteran Carey Jon Walden, 48, of Kansas City, Missouri, told a judge at a sentencing hearing Wednesday he regretted taking part in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riots after brazenly showing off his part in the insurrection on social media.  He pleaded guilty to a 'parading' count, but other counts were dropped as part of his plea agreement. The 48-year-old veteran faced up to six months in jail, but instead got just 30 days of home detention and three years of probation.    'If I could take it all back, I would,' Walden told U.S District Judge Dabney Friedrich prior to his sentencing on Wednesday. 'I didn't see a lot (of) what I saw on TV when I was there. It was a terrible day, and I'm really ashamed of myself that I was a part of that.'  'I wish I...
    Before Daunte Wright was shot and killed by now former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter, he terrorized his local neighborhood for several years, leaving victims and their families with a lifetime's worth of trauma and suffering. Through court records and interviews with the victims, DailyMail.com can exclusively report that Wright had led a life of crime and violence before his death, having been involved in the shooting of two of his school friends, a home burglary, and had previously assaulted and robbed a young woman at gunpoint.   Wright, 20, was shot dead on April 11 after ex-cop Kim Potter reached for her gun instead of her taser during a botched traffic stop in Brooklyn Center. Potter, 49, was found guilty on two manslaughter charges on Thursday afternoon.  The fatal police-involved shooting had set off angry demonstrations for several days in the Minneapolis suburb. Daunte Wright had led a life of crime and violence in the years before his death, DailyMail.com can reveal The 20-year-old had numerous brushes with the law for firearm offenses, burglary, and assault, according to court documents. Pictured:...
    A pregnant woman was urged to leave her husband after he flew into a drunken rage, smashing a glass and breaking the television.    The British woman took to parenting forum Mumsnet to explain how her husband, who she has been with for seven years, returned home from a night out with friends extremely intoxicated and fell asleep, then woke shortly afterwards in a violent temper. 'There was a glass in the sink which he tried to wash up. I told him to leave it and I'd do it, he should go back to bed,' she wrote. 'He launched the glass as hard as possible at the kitchen surface and it went everywhere. A piece narrowly missed my eye. He was so angry, seemingly for no reason. 'He then pulled a picture off the wall in the spare bedroom and used it to smash up the TV. I was begging him to stop; there was glass everywhere again. The dog was so scared. So was I.' The British woman took to parenting forum Mumsnet to explain how her husband, who she has been...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyGosar faces increasing odds of censure on House floor GOP silence deafening as post-Jan. 6 threats of violence escalate Cheney, Kinzinger signal they'd back Gosar censure MORE (R.-Calif.) said Monday that he called Rep. Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarMeadows comes under growing Jan. 6 panel spotlight Gosar faces increasing odds of censure on House floor GOP silence deafening as post-Jan. 6 threats of violence escalate MORE (R-Ariz.) last week after Gosar tweeted an anime video depicting himself carrying out violent acts against Democratic lawmakers including President Joe BidenJoe BidenUS bishops to weigh whether Biden should receive communion Congress barrels toward end-of-year pileup Biden taps former New Orleans mayor Landrieu to spearhead infrastructure MORE and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezGosar faces increasing odds of censure on House floor GOP silence deafening as post-Jan. 6 threats of violence escalate Inflation poses new challenges for progressives MORE (D-N.Y.). McCarthy told CNN he spoke to Gosar after he posted the video and noted that the tweet was taken down after their conversation though he did not directly condemn Gosar's behavior. "He...
    A TYCOON'S son who allegedly tortured a childhood friend he held captive for three days before beheading was finally charged with murder. Zahir Jaffer, 30, is being accused of holding 27-year-old Noor Mukadam captive at his home in Islamabad, Pakistan, before brutally beheading her. 4Noor Mukadam's body was found at a family friend's home on July 20 4Zahir Jaffer, 30, has finally been charged for Noor's gruesome murderCredit: GEO TV The gruesome murder has sparked outrage in Pakistan, which already has laxed laws around domestic abuse and a poor track record on protecting females against violence. Days after her death, Pakistanis demanded #JusticeforNoor on Twitter and a GoFundMe page raised £36,000 ($50,000) to cover her parents' legal fees before it was shut down. Politicians in Islamabad's provincial government also introduced a doomed bill that proposes fining or imprisoning women and children abusers. It's not expected to pass through the parliament's Council of Islamic Ideology, which advises on whether new laws are in line with Islamic religious doctrine. Noor, the daughter of an esteemed diplomat, was allegedly tortured then killed...
    Congressman Adam Kinzinger, a major anti-Trump Republican voice, is saying he warned House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy before January 6th that GOP rhetoric about the election would lead to violence. Former President Donald Trump talked up January 6th, the day Congress tallied the election results, as a pivotal day, and publicly put the onus on Mike Pence to do something he couldn’t actually do. Back in December, McCarthy joined that Texas lawsuit to overturn the election results in several states. Kinzinger appeared on C-SPAN Monday and continued calling out his party for going along with the big lie. He then detailed a phone call he was on with other House Republicans, including McCarthy, during which he flagged serious concerns: “I was on a phone call with Kevin McCarthy and the Republican conference a couple of days prior to January 6th. And I had said on a few media outlets that I was very concerned about violence on the 6th… And I said, ‘Kevin, with all this basically BS we’re saying about we can make sure the election isn’t certified, it...
    Republican Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger claimed that he warned House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy that McCarthy and the Republican Party were contributing to potential violence on Jan. 6, but that McCarthy ignored him. Kinzinger tweeted that he told McCarthy that the Republican “party’s actions would lead to violence on January 6th.” One of ten Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump over the Capitol riot, Kinzinger previously described it as a “coup attempt.” A few days before Jan 6, our GOP members had a conference call. I told Kevin that his words and our party’s actions would lead to violence on January 6th. Kevin dismissively responded with “ok Adam, operator next question.” And we got violence. — Adam Kinzinger (@AdamKinzinger) May 10, 2021 Kinzinger did not respond to multiple requests for comment from the Daily Caller. Kinzinger has openly criticized members of his party over claims that the 2020 election was rigged for Joe Biden. He has clashed with Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz in particular. (RELATED: Rep. Kinzinger Says Marjorie Taylor Greene...
    FBI agents recruited a Proud Boys leader to provide information about antifa networks months before he was charged with storming the U.S. Capitol alongside other members of the far-right extremist group, a defense attorney said. Proud Boys 'thought leader' and organizer Joseph Biggs agreed to provide the FBI with information about anti-fascist activists in Florida and elsewhere after an agent contacted him in late July 2020 and arranged to meet at a restaurant, Biggs' lawyer, J. Daniel Hull, wrote Monday in a court filing. The two agents who met with Biggs wanted to know what he was 'seeing on the ground,' Hull said. Over the next few weeks, Biggs answered an agent's questions in a series of phone calls. 'They spoke often,' said Hull, who is petitioning a judge to keep Biggs out of jail pending trial. Biggs, 37, of Ormond Beach, Florida, and three other Proud Boys leaders were indicted March 10 on charges they planned and carried out a coordinated attack on the Capitol on January 6 to stop Congress from certifying President Joe Biden's electoral victory.  Proud...
    Fox News anchor Dana Perino has broken down in tears following an interview with an Illinois woman whose 18-month-old son was shot dead by her estranged husband. The heart-wrenching interview was conducted by Perino, 48, during Thursday's edition of America's Newsroom.  Perino was discussing Illinois Governor Jay Pritzker's recent decision to end cash bail for pretrial detainees, before she conducted a remote interview with Cassandra Tanner Miller. Cassandra told Perino that, in September 2019, her estranged husband, Christopher Michael Miller, broke into her home in Joliet, Illinois while he was out on an 'I-bond' while awaiting trial on three counts of aggravated felony battery.  'For those that don't know what an I-bond is, it's a no cash bail bond,' Cassandra explained.  Cassandra then horrifically recounted how she was brutally beaten by Christopher before he pulled out a gun and fatally shot their 18-month-old son ten times before turning the gun on himself.  Fox News anchor Dana Perino has broken down in tears following an interview with an Illinois woman whose 18-month-old son was shot dead by her estranged husband...
    House impeachment manager Madeline Dean, in arguing the case for convicting Donald Trump Tuesday, made a point of highlighting how the former president escalated his attempts to overturn the results in Georgia after many officials there were receiving serious threats. On December 1st, weeks into Trump’s continued baseless claims about the election, Georgia voting systems manger Gabriel Sterling — a Republican — went on an emotional tirade detailing threats being directed at not just Georgia officials — specifically death threats aimed at Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger — but death threats against a 20-year-old tech who was just doing his job. And a little over a month before the riots at the Capitol, Sterling said in no uncertain terms, “Someone’s going to get hurt. Someone’s going to get shot. Someone’s going to get killed. And it’s not right… Tell your supporters don’t be violent, don’t intimidate.” Dean told senators Trump should’ve known based on the media coverage alone that Raffensperger was receiving those serious threats, yet he continued attacking Raffensperger after that news came out and even called him “an enemy of...
    Larry Kudlow, in his first appearance on Fox News since signing a deal to join the network, took a few shots at President Donald Trump but lauded him as an overall “brilliant” leader. The former White House economic adviser stopped by America’s Newsroom Monday — ahead of his official start with Fox News on Feb. 8. (Kudlow is slated to eventually host a daily show on Fox Business.) After Kudlow disclosed that he recently spoke with Trump on the phone, Fox anchor Bill Hemmer asked whether the two spoke about the Capitol riots. “We did not,” Kudlow said. “I think the president knew my view. He put out some very good videos abhorring violence towards the very end. I wish he had done that two months earlier and stayed with that.” Kudlow, with his comments Monday, became the latest in a line of former administration staffers to condemn Trump’s rhetoric pushing his false stolen election claims only after leaving the White House. Overall, though, Kudlow raved about Trump. “While I may disagree with President Trump’s behavior in the last couple of...
    Sen. Josh Hawley assigned no blame to himself for Wednesday's MAGA mob that trashed the Capitol Building, despite giving a clinched-fist salute to the crowd before the siege.  'The responsibility of violent criminal acts is with violent criminals,' he told CNN Thursday.  Hawley was first asked whether President Donald Trump should be blamed for the riot, which left four dead.  'I don't think urging people to come to the Capitol was a good idea,' he told CNN's Manu Raju.   Hawley was branded a traitor after he gave a clinched-first salute to the mob of waiting Trump supporters as he arrived on Capitol Hill for Wednesday's joint session of Congress to certify the Electoral College count in favor of President-elect Joe Biden.  Hawley was the first senator who said he'd support a House GOP plan to challenge some of the Electoral College votes from swing states - an effort Trump supported, as it extended the farce he was feeding to his supporters that the election result could be overturned.  Sen. Josh Hawley told CNN Thursday, 'The responsibility of violent criminal acts...
    Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf announced Thursday that he will not leave his post ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration and called on President Donald Trump to condemn the mob of rioting Trump supporters who stormed the United States Capitol on Wednesday. “What transpired yesterday was tragic and sickening,” Wolf said in a statement regarding Wednesday’s violence. “While I have consistently condemned political violence on both sides of the aisle, specifically violence directed at law enforcement, we now see some supporters of the President using violence as a means to achieve political ends. This is unacceptable. These violent actions are unconscionable, and I implore the President and all elected officials to strongly condemn the violence that took place yesterday. ” (RELATED: Stephanie Grisham, Melania’s Chief Of Staff And Trump’s Former Press Secretary, Resigns After DC Riot) US President Donald Trump delivers remarks on immigration and border security to members of the border patrol as Acting secretary of Homeland Security, Chad Wolf (L) looks on at the international airport in Yuma, Arizona on Aug. 18, 2020. (Photo by...
    Retired Cleveland Indians shortstop Omar Vizquel has been accused of domestic violence by his estranged wife, who says he was violent with her on several occasions both before and after they were married in 2014. The 36-year-old Blanca Vizquel told The Athletic that 53-year-old Omar abused her in 2011 and again in 2016. She claims she finally left him after an argument in August. Vizquel, a native of Venezuela, 'flatly' denied the accusations through attorney. 'I made a decision to leave the house and not come back,' Blanca told The Athletic. 'I didn't want to feel that feeling where you didn't know if you're gonna be safe.' Retired Indians shortstop Omar Vizquel has been accused of domestic violence by his estranged wife, who says he was violent with her on several occasions both before and after they were married in 2014. The 36-year-old Blanca Vizquel told The Athletic that Omar abused her in 2011 and again in 2016. She claims she finally left him after an argument in August Following the August dispute, Blanca told The Athletic, she...
    A FedEx driver was shot in the back of the neck by a gunman lying in wait at an apartment block in Brooklyn. Surveillance video shows the 44-year-old delivery man calmly walking out of the building in Brownsville, walking past his assailant who was holding the door open for him.  As soon as the man passes by, the gunman quickly follows, holds out his arm and then opens fire in broad daylight. Video released by NYPD shows FedEx driver walking out of a building in Brooklyn The gunman can be seen lying in wait as he hold the door open for his victim The suspect holds out his arm and fired his weapon striking the driver in the neck The man fired his weapon at extremely close range leaving the driver in serious but stable condition The attack happened on Tuesday morning at around 11:15am. The NYPD who released the video say the attack appears to have been a targeted one. The video was tweeted by Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison.  The driver who was shot in...
    A petroleum tanker truck driver who sped into a crowd of more than 1,000 protesters on May 31 has been charged with one felony count of threats of violence and a gross misdemeanor count of criminal vehicular operation.  Bogdan Vechirko, 35, claims he 'panicked' when he hurtled towards the demonstrators on the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota as they made their way from the US Bank Stadium. But prosecutors argue the man from Otsego entered the bridge over the Mississippi River from the south at a 'high rate of speed' and wanted to scare people out of the way. They point out that he didn't stop driving until someone stumbled and fell in front of the vehicle. Bogdan Vechirko, 35, who sped into a crowd of more than 1,000 protesters on May 31 has been charged with one felony count of threats of violence and a gross misdemeanor count of criminal vehicular operation The petroleum tanker truck driver claims he 'panicked' when he hurtled towards the demonstrators on the Interstate 35W bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota...
    Mark Zuckerberg warned there could civil unrest and violence this November if the result of the election is not immediately known and said his company is doing its part to make sure none of that is organized via Facebook.  'There is, unfortunately, I think, a heightened risk of civil unrest in the period between voting and a result being called,' Zuckerberg told Axios in an interview. 'We're trying to make sure that we do our part to make sure that none of this is organized on Facebook,' he said. 'I think we need to be doing everything that we can to reduce the chances of violence or civil unrest in the wake of this election.'  Mark Zuckerberg warned there could civil unrest and violence this November if the result of the election is not immediately known The results of the November election between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden may not be known for weeks due to the large number of people using mail in voting because of the coronavirus pandemic Mark Zuckerberg said...
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