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Apple is laying off and other companies are laying off. The companies hired people that were not qualified and now they are laying them off and the these people are complaining about racism etc. Yellen says the quiet part out loud, she explains what the playbook is. The people will make the final decision. The [DS] believes they have the strength, that they have Trump exactly where they want him. They are also using this to get his base angry so they can push chaos later on, this is all they have. Trump needs this to happen so he can use this against them. They are doing this to a Presidential candidate so this means it is now open game and this can be done to anyone that is running for President. Think discovery, this will be used against them in the end and those that brought charges will be the one in trouble.
- Apple has started laying off employees from its retail division. It is worth noting that these are the first reported layoffs of full-time employees at Apple.
- Although it is currently unclear how many employees will be affected,
- However, it appears that Apple can no longer act as an example of a company that hasn’t resorted to laying off employees. The jobs being cut are in the division that handles building and upkeep for Apple’s retail stores, and affected employees have been told that they have until the end of the week to apply for other positions at the company. Apple is offering up to four months of severance pay for those that aren’t able to stay.
- That’s exactly what’s been playing out at NPR. Last week, looking down the barrel of a $30 million budget shortfall, NPR slashed 10% of its staff across all its departments.
The hardest part is that our szn is about misogynoir queer, trans, Black women face in hip-hop. Yet w/in NPR, the majority impacted in these layoffs were queer, poc staff & programs. NPR has claimed qtpoc ppl are the same ppl they are trying to reach with their "North Star". 3/4 pic.twitter.com/DvML5wARGL
— Louder Than A Riot (@LouderThanARiot) March 23, 2023
- Temperatures started rising with an exchange between a fired black employee and the lily-white, 65-year-old Lansing. The employee — whom Bloomberg didn’t dare assign a gender — said some podcasts didn’t get marketing support, and quoted specific executives purported past assurances. The employee also asked, in Bloomberg’s words, “how NPR would make diversity work essential.”
- TRANSPARENCY AND TRUST WIN THE VOTES
- Bitcoin’s source code is open and transparent, allowing developers worldwide to scrutinize, audit and contribute to its development. This collaborative approach to development helps identify and resolve potential security issues more effectively compared to other cryptocurrencies.
- So, whenever traditional financial institutions fail, consumers shift their trust toward Bitcoin, and this will continue to happen until centralized authorities change their mismatched and often aggressive monetary policies.
- However, as banking failures and economic crises become more persistent, Bitcoin’s trust and adoption continue growing. As a result, we will continue to see more financial ecosystems built on this decentralized network, more traditional businesses incorporating BTC and more consumers adopting the leading cryptocurrency — not just as an investment option but also as a financial instrument for trading, earning and transacting.
- It’s also evident that Bitcoin will go through numerous regulatory scrutinies as its adoption increases. But eventually, this will bring more trust into the decentralized currency. We will also likely see more developing countries like El Salvador accept bitcoin as a legal tender.
- Overall, despite its volatility, bitcoin is heading in a positive direction and its future is full of intriguing promises.
- Jacinda Ardern, who stepped down as New Zealand’s prime minister in January, will begin an unpaid role this month combating online extremism.
- Christchurch Call’s goal is to eliminate terrorist and violent extremist content online. More than 50 countries have since signed up to the Christchurch Call, including the United States, Britain, Germany and South Korea. Tech companies to sign up include Facebook parent company Meta, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, YouTube, Zoom and Twitter.
A growing body of evidence shows U.S. govt officials, agencies, & contractors demanding Facebook & Twitter censor ordinary Americans. Now, an influential censorship advocate has admitted that she worked for the CIA. Who is she? Why is she so influential?https://t.co/XP9NAljN4G
— Michael Shellenberger (@ShellenbergerMD) April 3, 2023
- We now know, thanks to the Twitter Files, emails released by the Attorney Generals of Missouri and Louisiana, and research by others, that the Censorship Industrial Complex is violating the First Amendment by coordinating with government agencies and receiving government funding to pressure and help social media companies to both censor information, including accurate information, while spreading disinformation, including conspiracy theories.
- One of the most intelligent, influential, and fascinating public-facing leaders of the Censorship Industrial Complex is Renee DiResta, Research Manager of the Stanford Internet Observatory. Diresta has, more than anyone else, made the public case for greater government-led and government-funded censorship, writing for The New York Times, The Atlantic, Wired, and other major publications, a
- In 2021, DiResta advocated for creating a government censorship center, which she euphemistically referred to as a “Center of Excellence,” within the federal government.
- Did the Department of Homeland Security act on DiResta’s proposal to create a censorship center? It did. But DHS didn’t call it a “Center of Excellence.” Instead, it called it a “Disinformation Governance Board,” which the agency announced publicly in April 2022.
- DiResta had worked for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
- But DiResta’s acknowledgment of her connection to the CIA is significant, if only because she hid it for so long. DiResta’s LinkedIn includes her undergraduate education at Stony Brook University, graduating in 2004, and her job as a trader at Jane Street from October 2004 to May 2011, but does not mention her time at the CIA.
- And, notably, the CIA describes its fellowships as covering precisely the issues in which DiResta is an expert. “As an Intelligence Analyst Intern for CIA, you will work on teams alongside full-time analysts, studying and evaluating information from all available sources—classified and unclassified—and then analyzing it to provide timely and objective assessments to customers such as the President, National Security Council, and other U.S. policymakers.”
- A Democrat lawmaker in Wyoming called for politically motivated murders against those opposing the radical left’s pro-trans agenda over the weekend.
- The Wyoming Freedom Caucus revealed that Democratic State Rep. Karlee Provenza posted a meme on Instagram Saturday threatening opponents of the pro-trans movement. This violent threat comes just days after “transgender” terrorist Audrey Hale murdered six people, including three children, in a Christian school shooting in Nashville.
- The meme shows an older woman, named “Auntie Fa” in a reference to Antifa, holding a rifle. The full message reads “Auntie Fa Says Protect Trans Folks Against Fascists & Bigots.”
In addition to the vile photo, independent journalist Andy Ngo uncovered a disturbing Tiktok video from Provenza where a voiceover calls for killing political opponents.
- In a move even more disgusting than her botox-filled face, Madonna is heading to Nashville, NOT to fundraise for the families of victims of the Covenant School shooting, but for “trans rights” groups.
- On Monday, Gov. Bill Lee (R-TN) and state legislators announced new measures aimed at ensuring the safety of Tennessee’s students and faculty both in public and private schools after a transgender maniac went on a school mass shooting spree.
- “Today, one week after the tragic shooting at The Covenant School, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally, Speaker Cameron Sexton and legislative leadership announced additional actions to strengthen safety at public and private schools across Tennessee. These measures include enhanced legislation and funding to place an armed security guard at every Tennessee public school, boost physical school security at public and private schools, and provide additional mental health resources for Tennesseans,” according to the news release.
- $30 million to expand a statewide homeland security network with 122 agents serving students at both public and private schools
- $140 million to establish a School Resource Officer (SRO) grant fund to place a trained, armed security guard at every public school
- $20 million for public school security upgrades
- $7 million for private school security upgrades
- $8 million for additional school-based behavioral health liaisons across the state
On Friday, Governor Bill Lee signed a bill allowing private schools to hire school resource officers through contracts with local law enforcement.
Heads up: Ron DeSantis just signed a bill allowing gun owners to carry a concealed weapon without a permit in Florida.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) April 3, 2023
- To summarize:
- The Second Amendment explicitly recognizes the existence of “a right of the people” — not just those currently in militias — “to keep and bear arms.”
- Placed in a prefatory clause, the “militia” reference merely announces one rationale for the Second Amendment. Regardless of how “militia” is interpreted, its presence does not constrain the operative-clause prohibition of government infringement against the right of the people to keep and bears arms.
- Today’s National Guard is part of the U.S. Army and under heavy federal control. It cannot be used by the peoples of the separate states as a counterbalance to the federal government’s standing army — and thus is not a “militia” in the sense the term is used in the Second Amendment.
I just returned from #ElSalvador where government officials are been sanctioned by the Biden Administration for rounding up gangs that have extorted,mutilated and murdered people for decades pic.twitter.com/Cp8uanXlBO
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) April 3, 2023
- Multiple conservative reforms also on the line:
- As the National Review reported, a win by Protasiewicz could mean the mean higher taxes for Wisconsin residents along with the loss of school choice and 2nd amendment rights.
- Former Governor Scott Walker’s famous 2011 law curbing public employee unions could also be in danger if Kelly loses, according to GOP activists. Protasiewicz marched against the law and signed a recall petition against Walker.
- The scant polling available suggests the radical leftist has a small advantage. A massive Republican turnout is a must if Kelly is to prevail.
- Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers demanded an opportunity to inspect “the affidavit envelopes and signature exemplars from Maricopa County records used in the 2022 election” from the Maricopa County Recorder earlier today.
- Senator Rogers, Chairwoman of the Arizona Senate Elections Committee, fired off the following tweet with a photocopy of her new public records request.
Rogers: As Arizona Senate Elections Committee Chair, I have submitted a Public Records Request to inspect the affidavit envelopes and signature exemplars from Maricopa County records used in the 2022 election.
- When will they be looking at the Biden Documents, many of which were brought to CHINATOWN, and then sent to Boston. Is this why China paid him and Hunter Millions of Dollars? What about the Classified Docs laying on the floor of his unsecured garage (with the Corvette!), or at Penn, or the, get this, 1,850 BOXES in Delaware that they REFUSE to give up. I followed the Presidential Records Act, he didn’t. He OBSTRUCTED, I DIDN’T. Trump hating Prosecutor Jack Smith, a lunatic, should “GET BIDEN!”
- “District Attorney Bragg just illegally
- “I know the reporter and so, unfortunately, does he.”
- “This means that he MUST BE IMMEDIATELY INDICTED. Now, if he wants to really clean up his reputation, he will do the honorable thing and, as District Attorney, INDICT HIMSELF.”
- Trap set. Bait taken.
- Died 17 yrs ago.
A crooner is also known as a Bird-
“When do Birds SING?”
A: Birds “sing” when caught and caged, during Spring, early morning, and after a STORM.
Coincidently, a Smilin’ Jack hit was
“Minute of the PERFECT STORM￼” on the album Utku Quinn
YouTube listed the following violations:
“Claims that the 2020 US Presidential election and 2022 Brazil Presidential election were stolen,”
“Content that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches occurred in the 2020 U.S. presidential election or the 2022 Brazilian presidential election,”
Absence of “countervailing views” in the “video, audio, title, or description.”
But wait, there’s more! Hillary Clinton paid the legal fees and travel expenses for Paul Combetta (aka Stonetear who deleted all the emails) during the investigations . How is that not buying silence and how was the payment recorded? https://t.co/fuJhXOwYqL pic.twitter.com/N2Fo1eOZAH
— Rosie Memos (@almostjingo) April 3, 2023
DIVIDED: Anti-Trump protestors vs patriotic Trump supporters in Manhattan pic.twitter.com/FVvWJzWvKH
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) April 4, 2023