Trudeau swarmed again in Ontario, protestors throw gravel and debris at prime minister

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Prime Min­is­ter Justin Trudeau was swarmed by pro­tes­tors Mon­day dur­ing an elec­tion cam­paign stop in Lon­don, Ontario. He said he “might have” been hit by grav­el as dozens swarmed to vent their frustrations.As Trudeau left the event, some of the pro­tes­tors cursed the prime min­is­ter sup­pos­ed­ly for his government’s COVID health mea­sures and vac­ci­na­tion requirements.A roy­al #ldnont send-off for @JustinTrudeau. Peo­ple aren’t hap­py about his plan to divide the pop­u­lace into seg­re­gat­ed zones. #NoVac­cinePass­port­sAny­where @canmericanized— Her­bert Hilde­brandt (@herberandt) Sep­tem­ber 6, 2021
“F*ck you!” shout­ed a woman angri­ly at least five times.Others appeared to throw grav­el and debris at Trudeau, forc­ing his RCMP detail …

Crypto Flash Crash Wipes Out $400 Billion In Market Value On Bitcoin

The cryp­tocur­ren­cy mar­ket post­ed stag­ger­ing loss­es Tues­day as a wave of sell­ing pum­meled the prices of near­ly every sin­gle coin—unraveling the gains priced in by a retail trad­ing mania ahead of El Sal­vador’s first day accept­ing bit­coin as legal tender.

The val­ue of the world’s cryp­tocur­ren­cies plunged to a low of about $1.9 tril­lion by 11:15 a.m. EDT on Tues­day, near­ly 15% less than 24 hours pri­or and reflect­ing a loss of more than $410 bil­lion, accord­ing to cryp­to-data web­site CoinMarketCap.

Head­ing up mar­ket val­ue loss­es, the price of bit­coin dipped 10% to $44,672—the low­est price in near­ly three weeks.

Mean­while, ether, binance coin and Car­dano’s ada plunged between 13% and 18% apiece, while Solana was the only token post­ing an increase in val­ue, climb­ing 8% after a stun­ning run-up of near­ly 36% over the past week.


House Oversight Republicans probe Hunter Biden’s art dealings

FIRST ON FOX: The top Repub­li­can on the House Over­sight Com­mit­tee has put Hunter Biden’s art­work in his sights as the president’s son looks to make mil­lions of dol­lars in the art world.Fox News has obtained a let­ter sent by Rep. James Com­er, R‑Ky., the rank­ing mem­ber of the House Over­sight Com­mit­tee, to the younger Biden’s high-fly­ing New York City art deal­er, Georges Berges, who pre­vi­ous­ly said he wants to be the art world’s “lead guy in China.“HUNTER BIDEN SNAPS AT CRITICS OF ART DEALINGS: ‘F— EM’“As you are undoubt­ed­ly aware, the president’s son sell­ing art­work has gen­er­at­ed numer­ous ques­tions sur­round­ing the ethics and pro­pri­ety of such actions,” Com­er wrote in the letter.Comer wrote that the White House’s …

Texas leader slams Portland’s ‘depraved’ officials for boycotting state over pro-life law

Amer­i­can News Sep 7, 2021 12:38 PM EST “Port­land boy­cotting Texas is a com­plete joke,” Lt. Gov­er­nor of Texas Dan Patrick said on Monday.
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Lt. Gov­er­nor of Texas Dan Patrick ® slammed the City of Port­land on Mon­day in response to the city’s boy­cott of buy­ing goods and ser­vices from Texas over after it’s pro-life law went into effect last week.“Portland boy­cotting Texas is a com­plete joke,” Patrick said on Twit­ter Mon­day. “A city led by depraved offi­cials allows law­less­ness, putting their cit­i­zens in grave dan­ger. A boy­cott will hurt them, not us. Texas’ econ­o­my is stronger …

Blinken ‘Not Aware’ Of Any ‘Hostage-Like Situation’ In Afghanistan, ‘Assured’ By Taliban Americans Being Allowed To Leave

Biden admin­is­tra­tion Sec­re­tary of State Antony Blinken respond­ed to claims that dozens of Amer­i­cans and per­haps hun­dreds of Afghan allies are being held by the Tal­iban at Mazar-i-Sharif Air­port (MAZ), unable to board pri­vate­ly char­tered planes out of the coun­try, telling a press con­fer­ence in Doha, Qatar that he is “not aware” of any “hostage-like sit­u­a­tion,” only a “rel­a­tive­ly small num­ber of Amer­i­cans” who should be allowed to leave Afghanistan.“We are not aware of any­one being held on an air­craft or any hostage-like sit­u­a­tion in Mazar-i-Sharif,” Blinken said when asked about the six planes on the ground at MAZ, report­ed­ly unable to leave.At the time Blinken was tour­ing a facil­i­ty in Doha that is hous­ing hun­dreds of Afghan refugees en route to other …

Rutgers bars unvaccinated student from attending virtual classes

A New Jer­sey stu­dent has said he is barred from tak­ing class­es at Rut­gers Uni­ver­si­ty because he has not been vac­ci­nat­ed — even though he is only study­ing vir­tu­al­ly from home.

Logan Hol­lar, 22, told that he large­ly ignored the school’s COVID man­date “because all my class­es were remote” from his Sandys­ton home, some 70 miles from Rut­gers’ cam­pus in New Brunswick.

But he was locked out of his Rut­gers email and relat­ed accounts when he went to pay his tuition at the end of last month — and was told that he need­ed to be vac­ci­nat­ed even though he has no plans to attend in person.

Hol­lar has now been forced to miss class­es that start­ed Sept. 1 — and has been warned it could be weeks …

Mexican Feds Scatter Four Migrant Caravans in One Week

On Sat­ur­day, for the fourth time in a week, migrants attempt­ed to leave the south­ern Mex­i­can bor­der state of Chi­a­pas as a car­a­van. The group, esti­mat­ed to be 400 to 500 strong, was bound for the Unit­ed States. Mex­i­can Immi­gra­tion and Nation­al Guard troops broke up the three pre­vi­ous groups and were suc­cess­ful with the fourth iter­a­tion by ear­ly Sun­day morning.
Por­tal Fron­ter­i­zo, a local media out­let in Tapachu­la, Chi­a­pas, report­ed the fourth car­a­van attempt of the past week.
The migrants, many of whom have been in Mex­i­co for months, are required to remain in Tapachu­la while their refugee claims are adju­di­cat­ed by Mexico’s Com­mis­sion on Refugees (COMAR). Once COMAR adju­di­cates the peti­tion, only then will the Nation­al Insti­tute of Migra­tion (INM) issue trav­el doc­u­ments allowing …

Taliban announce formation of caretaker Afghan government

The Tal­iban announced the first mem­bers of a care­tak­er Afghan gov­ern­ment on Tues­day, nam­ing Mul­lah Muham­mad Has­san Akhund as act­ing prime min­is­ter and Mul­lah Abdul Ghani Baradar as act­ing deputy prime minister.Why it mat­ters: Many have been wait­ing to learn the make­up and poli­cies of the new Islamist gov­ern­ment before decid­ing whether to rec­og­nize the Tal­iban as the legit­i­mate rulers of Afghanistan.“The Tal­iban seeks inter­na­tion­al legit­i­ma­cy and sup­port. Our mes­sage is: any legit­i­ma­cy and any sup­port will have to be earned,” Sec­re­tary of State Tony Blinken said in an address last week, as he urged the group to uphold its com­mit­ments on human rights and counterterrorism.The U.S., oth­er coun­tries and inter­na­tion­al orga­ni­za­tions plan to con­tin­ue send­ing human­i­tar­i­an aid to Afghanistan, but …

Italy Mandates Vaccine Cards To Fly, Take A Train, Or Go To University

FLORENCE — Even amid less active coro­n­avirus cas­es in Italy, the gov­ern­ment has man­dat­ed vac­cine pass­ports, or “green pass­es,” for all domes­tic flights and trains, as well as universities.
As of last Wednes­day, green pass­es are now “oblig­a­tory for any­one trav­el­ling on high-speed trains, planes, fer­ries and inter-region­al coach­es,” accord­ing to Reuters. The gov­ern­ment also announced the proof-of-vac­ci­na­tion card will be required for uni­ver­si­ty staff and students.
Since August 6, the pass has been man­dat­ed for indi­vid­u­als to go to the­aters, gyms, and muse­ums, and to sit indoors at restau­rants. Health­care work­ers are required to receive both dos­es of the vac­cine in order to work. Italy also passed a par­lia­men­tary amend­ment last Thurs­day extend­ing the valid­i­ty of green pass­es from nine months to 12 months, after which pass …


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