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    Twitter locked White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s personal account after she shared a New York Post (NYP) article regarding Hunter and Joe Biden’s business dealings in Ukraine on Wednesday. McEnany shared a bombshell NYP report alleging Hunter Biden and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden met with a top executive of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma in 2015. The report contradicts Biden’s earlier statement that he had no knowledge of his son’s dealings. Both Facebook and Twitter have actively censored the article on their respective platforms throughout Thursday. BREAKING: Twitter has locked the personal account of White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany for sharing news Democrats don’t like. pic.twitter.com/eR8HhkgqVY — Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) October 14, 2020 The NYP article details a copy of an email allegedly showing both Hunter and Joe Biden met with a Burisma representative in 2015, among other things, which would appear to contradict Biden’s earlier assertion that he “had never spoken to [his] son about his overseas business dealings.” (RELATED: Biden Says He Never Discussed Hunter Biden’s Ukraine Deal. Hunter Says He Did) The email...
    Ballots are arriving at homes across Colorado this week. The state has had all-mail ballot elections since 2014, which has resulted in record turnout and, this year, many sighs of relief from people who do not have to vote in person during a pandemic (though vote centers will be open in every Colorado county for those who like the personal touch, lost their ballot...or even want to register on election day, as you can if you've lived in this state for 22 days by November 3). But this year, you’ll want to have plenty of time to consider your ballot, and maybe a few beers on hand (as well as the 2020 State Ballot Information Ballot, aka the “Blue Book,” that also arrived through the mail) as you dig deep into the issues. In addition to the contests between congressional candidates (the race for the U.S. Senate between Cory Gardner and John Hickenlooper, as well as all seven U.S. Representative seats), you’ll be voting on state legislative races, RTD board seats, judicial retention questions and a slew of municipal questions...
    AlterNet Staff October 8, 2020 4:48PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. A new documentary shining a light on White House Senior Advisor Jared Kushner's handling of the COVID-19 is raising questions about the credibility of his Supply Chain Task Force's pandemic response over the last several months.  In the forthcoming documentary titled, "Totally Under Control," Max Kennedy, Jr., also the 27-year-old grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, reflected on his time as a volunteer working for President Donald Trump's administration in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. : "My old boss called me and said he heard Kushner's task force needed younger volunteers who had general skills and were willing to work seven days a week for no money," Kennedy said. Although Kennedy admitted that he was apprehensive about working for the Trump administration, he took the position. When he arrived at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Washington, D.C., he and others were led to an underground conference room with no windows. TVs blaring news reports from Fox News covered the walls as representatives of FEMA...
    During most of his press conferences since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Jared Polis has shied away from vigorously bashing President Donald Trump, choosing instead to offer subtler criticism of the current administration's response to the virus and apparent lack of a national strategy to combat it. But his virtual session on October 6 was different. This time around, Polis ripped Trump, who has shrugged off having the virus on Twitter and taken part in media events that have disturbed public health experts, accusing him of irresponsibility that could lead to greater problems in Colorado should too many residents follow his example. "It's challenging to watch how the White House is handling this on a personal level," Polis maintained. "Like a lot of things, the President is taking this in a wrong and divisive direction with regard to his counsel and what he's advising people to do." When Trump encourages individuals not to be afraid of the novel coronavirus, Polis continued, "You've heard me say very similar things. Of course it's not time for fear. But that doesn't...
    When Secretary of State Mike Pompeo‘s wife used a private email account to ask senior State Department officials to help the couple finish sending out their personal holiday cards, she made it clear that the request should not be shared beyond a small, private group. “I see that you are out of the office all next week,” Susan Pompeo wrote State Department senior adviser Toni Porter from her personal email address on Dec. 19, 2019. “Do you know, is Joe also out? I’m wondering if we are sending the last of our personal cards out, who will be there to help me. Mike will not want to go outside you and Joe for this assistance.” Porter, who has served as an aide to Pompeo since he represented Kansas as a House Republican, forwarded the email to Lisa Kenna, a career employee serving as State Department executive secretary. Though Kenna offered to help, she told Porter that she would “worry about asking others for personal things.” The emails, obtained by McClatchy, show the Pompeo family knowingly directing State Department employees to help it personal tasks on government time. Such actions were the subject of a probe by the department inspector general’s...
    Razer accidentally exposed over 100,000 gamers’ personal information for close to a month, according to a new report. Security researcher Volodymyr Diachenko discovered that customer data on Razer’s website was made publicly available on August 18th because of a server misconfiguration. A redacted sample pictured below shows records of orders made on the company’s digital store, exposing personal information including email and mailing addresses, the type of product ordered, and phone numbers. Credit card information was not included. No credit card information, but customers’ email and mailing addresses were compromised.Image: Volodymyr Diachenko After discovering the misconfiguration online, Diachenko says he reached out to Razer several times over the span of three weeks before receiving a reply. In a statement sent to Diachenko, the gaming hardware manufacturer acknowledged the server misconfiguration and that the data leak potentially exposed personal information like full names, phone numbers, and shipping addresses for customers. Razer says that “no other sensitive data” such as payment methods were leaked and that it fixed the misconfiguration on September 9th....
    Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, pictured, told The Washington Post: 'Melania and I both didn't use White House emails.' Melania Trump regularly used private email accounts while in the White House to discuss state visits and government hires, a former friend has claimed.  Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff told The Washington Post: 'Melania and I both didn't use White House emails.' The first lady is said to have used a private Trump Organization email account and an email from a MelaniaTrump.com domain as well as iMessage. Winston Wolkoff's upcoming memoir, 'Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady,' is the first book to come from a former member of the first lady's inner circle.  On Tuesday Winston Wolkoff admitted recording her conversations with Melania, but defended doing so, saying she did it for 'protection'.   Winston Wolkoff was an unpaid White House adviser to the first lady until February 2018, when her contract was terminated as questions about inaugural spending arose.   In 2018 The Washington Post reported that Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of emails about government...
    A scammer is sending bogus emails from the US Small Business Administration to steal personal information from unsuspecting Americans, the feds have warned. The messages direct potential victims to a malicious webpage disguised as an SBA website that the “unknown malicious cyber actor” uses to steal credentials, according to an alert from the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. The alleged scam is one of several reported attempts by cybercriminals to pose as the federal agency tasked with distributing billions of dollars in coronavirus relief loans to struggling businesses. The em ails — which have been sent to federal, state and local government officials — are doctored to look like they’re coming from an official SBA account with the subject line “SBA Application — Review and Proceed,” the Aug. 12 alert says. A link in the message leads to a bogus webpage asking the user to log into the “SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Portal” with their email address and password, according to the feds. That’s the same loan program that the SBA inspector general warned...
    Minneapolis Police informed residents of the city’s embattled 3rd Precinct to prepare for the giving up of their personal belongings to potential robbers, and advised them to do as criminals say for their own safety. According to a July 28 email provided to Alpha News MN that was also forwarded to The Daily Wire, the Minneapolis Police Department offered “prevention tips” to residents hoping to avoid being a victim of the skyrocketing cases of robbery and carjacking that have plagued the city since George Floyd’s death in May. “Robberies and Carjacking’s [sic] have increased in our Precinct,” the email begins. “Cell phones, purses, and vehicles are being targeted. Some victims have been maced, dragged, assaulted, and some threatened with a gun. Most of these crimes have occurred north of 42nd St. E. 100 Robberies and 20 Carjackings have been reported to 3rd Precinct Police in July alone. Downtown and Southwest Minneapolis have seen an increase as well. We want those who live and work here to be safe!” Minneapolis is about to turn into the rape capital of the world....
    NETFLIX lovers are being warned about a new email scam claiming to offer a year's free subscription to the service. A malicious link in the email takes you to a professional looking page that will reportedly harvest your personal information. We’re aware of a Netflix email scam, offering the chance to win a year’s premium subscription. The link takes you to a genuine looking Netflix page designed to harvest info. Netflix will not email to ask for personal/bank info #ScamAware https://t.co/JpXp5pcErT— SouthLanCouncil (@SouthLanCouncil) July 27, 2020 South Lanarkshire, Scotland, tweeted a warning after becoming aware of the phishing scam. The malicious email states that you can win a year's premium subscription to Netflix if you enter a competition by clicking a link. The link then takes you to a website where you're asked for personal information like your name and bank details. Last month alone, Action Fraud reported getting 1,400 complaints about this scam. 1If an offer sounds too good to be true, it probably isCredit: Alamy Netflix warns on its own website about scams like this. It says: "We...
    In the world of personal finances, you have three options to choose from: Either pay for an accountant or professional to handle the books for you, learn how to manage your own personal wealth or simply do nothing at all. First things first, we definitely don’t recommend the last option. But when it comes to paying for an accountant or becoming one yourself, we favor the latter approach. Why? There’s nothing more empowering financially than knowing exactly how to trade stocks, make lucrative real-estate decisions, or build your personal wealth completely solo. If you’re ready to take control of your personal finances and start accumulating more personal wealth (and fast), it is worth enrolling in The Complete Personal Finance Master Class Bundle, now $39.99. This expert-led crash course covers the ins and outs of financial management, stock trading, and real estate through 59 hours of online training content. The idea is that with this training under your belt, you’ll have a whole host of strategies at your disposal to help you get out of credit card debt, build your assets...
    Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday said that he’s “very unhappy” that the Bronx man accused of punching NYPD Chief Terence Monahan and two other officers during protests on the Brooklyn Bridge was released without bail. “I’m very unhappy about that and it does not make sense to me,” de Blasio said during a conference call in reference to the release of 25-year-old suspect Quran Campbell. Campbell allegedly socked Monahan several times in the face as the highest ranking uniformed cop tried to arrest him after Campbell had allegedly punched another NYPD officer and lieutenant near the Manhattan approach to the bridge on Wednesday. The suspect was arraigned on assault charges in Manhattan Criminal Court and was granted supervised release. “Terry Monahan is a friend of mine and I have great respect for him,” de Blasio told reporters. “To see someone assault him — the chief of department — is absolutely unacceptable. To assault anyone is absolutely unacceptable.” De Blasio railed that “there needs to be consequences.” “It does not make sense to me,” Hizzoner said. “If you assault a...
    A suspect has been arrested in the grisly murder of tech CEO Fahim Saleh, according to a report. Tyrese Devon Haspil, 21, was busted Friday days after Saleh’s body was found dismembered inside his Lower East Side apartment, the New York Times reported. see also ‘Person of interest’ in Fahim Saleh murder is ex-employee The "person of interest" identified in the murder of tech... Haspil worked as Saleh’s personal assistant. Filed under ceos ,  lower east side ,  murders ,  nypd ,  7/17/20 Share this article: Share this: Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy Read Next Person of interest in tech CEO murder is ex-employee Read Next Person of interest in tech CEO murder is ex-employee Share Selection Trending Now on NYPost.com This story has been shared 89,683 times. 89,683 Tory Lanez allegedly shot Megan Thee Stallion while she was 'trying to leave' This story has been shared 79,626 times. 79,626 Depp allegedly got cheeky in texts about Heard's...
    State lawmakers are churning out more proposed laws to hold cops accountable for misconduct. A bill introduced by state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi (D-Bronx) would require police officers to obtain personal liability insurance to cover civil lawsuits filed against them for excessive force and other abuses as a way to deter misconduct. Under current law, cops who are sued are represented by the city law department and taxpayers foot the bill for any verdict or settlement. Biaggi’s proposal would require each officer to obtain individual liability insurance. The city or other local governments would still be required to cover the basic insurance policy to cover tort litigation costs. But Biaggi said her bill would better hold officers accountable by requiring them to pay any increase in premiums related to payouts for wrongdoing. “Officers who have misconduct claims brought against them may see their premium go up and will be required to pay those costs. The purpose of this bill is to establish a financial disincentive for police misconduct and create accountability for abhorrent behavior,” she said. Between July 2017 and June...
    If you’re serious about reaching your fitness goals but need a little help doing so, check out BetterMe, which takes the pain out of planning your routines and tracking your progress. Whether you are looking to shed a few pounds, searching for a personal diet plan, or needing the insight of a personal trainer, this app has you covered. Getting set up is easy: just provide your age, weight, activity level, food preferences, and goals—and then sit back while BetterMe curates a personal workout and nutrition plan just for you. If you want to learn a little more about getting started, then take a second to watch this quick video from the brand. Once you are set up, you will have access to delicious recipes that will help you reach your goals. If you aren’t a whiz in the kitchen, don’t worry, because the video guides are super in-depth and easy to follow. Additionally, you will have access to customized exercise routines, water tracking, step counting, and personal coaching. If you are already sold, then these accolades may push you...
    Just what is it going to take for the left and its media echo chamber to call out the vandals and violent bullies they pretend are merely “peaceful protesters”? Yes, many George Floyd demonstrators are law-abiding, reject violence and simply want to exercise their First Amendment right to assemble and be heard. Good for them, whatever you think of their views. Yet far too many are no more than brutes — bent on destruction, bullying and imposing their will by force. And it’s not just those who provoke and attack cops (and others): Nearly 400 NYPD officers alone were hurt in the early days of the George Floyd “rallies.” Occupy City Hall continues to hold ground it illegally claimed for itself until it was satisfied with NYPD funding cuts. Wednesday morning, OCH clashed again with police; one thug later went after a journalist. (At least OCH’s area isn’t Seattle’s CHOP, where four shootings left two dead. Not yet, anyway.) Nor are the looters who pounced during the early chaos to enrich themselves while destroying hundreds of businesses (many owned by...
    There are some foods that just don’t taste as great heated up in the microwave: pizza, eggs, and our summer favorite, s’mores. A melty marshmallow without the char or caramelization? No thank you. But just because you’re confined to your home for the majority of the season, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a s’more (or three) within the comfort of your living room. Meet the FLÎKR Fire2: Personal Fireplace. This safe-to-use, portable fireplace is about the same size as a standard candle. The difference being is that with just five ounces of rubbing alcohol, it can give you a controlled, open flame that boasts nearly 50 minutes of burn time. Using the FLÎKR, soot only collects where the flame touches (in a ventilated area). And, since no carbon monoxide is released in your home during this process, you have a safe place to cook food over. It’s a great option when you still want to enjoy summer’s little pleasures, like s’mores and gathering around a campfire, but from the comfort of your own home. And, even if you’re not using...
    Nowadays, you don’t need an expensive subscription to your neighborhood yoga studio or a pricey personal trainer at your local gym in order to get a good workout. In fact, with just your phone, you can score access to hundreds of thousands of free videos online—without even spending a dollar. However, if you are new to working out, then the plethora of tips and tricks on your social media page may end up being more harmful than helpful. For example, if you are doing the moves with incorrect form, then you may be setting yourself up for an injury. This is where the Onyx Home Workout App comes into play. Think of this app as a virtual trainer that lives inside your phone. Using just the camera on your cellphone, the 3D capture system counts your reps, corrects your form, and provides personalized audio workouts in real-time! With Onyx Pro, you will receive unlimited access to all workouts. As you sweat through them, the app will tailor the workout to fit you, counting your reps and measuring your pace as...
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