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Jan 12, 2021
Daily DC Insider
Many European leaders have made it clear over the last four years that they aren’t exactly fans of President Trump. But many of them came to his defense after Twitter permanently banned him from their platform.
“This should be decided by citizens, not by a CEO,” said France’s Junior Minister for European Union Affairs Clement Beaune. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the move was “problematic,” arguing that social media giants shouldn’t have the power to decide who has the right to free speech:.
“This fundamental right can be intervened in, but according to the law and within the framework defined by legislators — not according to a decision by the management of social media platforms,” read Merkel’s statement.
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Have you taken these critical steps to secure your wealth?
President-elect Joe Biden has made lots of promises starting on “Day One” or early in his presidency…
He’s promised to undo many of Trump’s tax cuts… boost workers’ rights to unionize… ban natural gas leasing on federal lands… pass new anti-discrimination protections… rescind Trump’s travel bans… and much, much more.
Not to mention the changes we’ll inevitably see because of all the new money printing and debt that’s accumulated over the past few years…
And that progressives will soon usher through Congress…
There’s absolutely no doubt that the next few years are going to see massive transformations to our financial system.
Which is why Porter Stansberry, Founder of Stansberry Research, says there are 3 critical steps every American must take with your money, starting immediately.
Jay Hewitt, diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, completed an Ironman triathlon to give hope to his 7-year-old daughter.
Despite pain and weakness from chemotherapy and brain surgery, Hewitt completed a local version of the triathlon after the original one was canceled due to the pandemic.
After 13 grueling hours, Hewitt turned the corner near his home to discover that hundreds of people had arrived to cheer him on. The Ironman organization even showed up and built an official finish line in front of his house.
After finishing the race, Hewitt hugged his daughter and told her, “if I can do it, you can do it. Dream big and never give up hope.”
If you have uplifting and heart-warming stories from your local area that exemplify everyday America, be sure to let us know. We just might include it in our next edition!
This has been John W Denton for The Local Conservative
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