Kevin O’Leary lies when he says that instutions doen’t invest in Bitcoin. They haven’t gotten in because of concerns about ESG
Rep. Andrew Clyde who called the Capitol Riots just a “normal tourist visit” was caught in photos barricading the doors and absolutely terrified. John Iadarola and Ana Kasparian discuss on The Young Turks. Watch LIVE weekdays 6-8 pm ET. http://youtube.com/tyt/live
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“Rep. Andrew S. Clyde (R-Ga.) last week downplayed the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol, comparing the mob’s breaching of the building to a “normal tourist visit.””
The interesting things about the Kraken story are:
- it emerged, fully formed and with amazingly specific detail
- but with not a speck of evidence
- and with no suggestion of how and from where the story had emerged.
Additionally, the “Kraken” was not “unleashed” until the less outrageous myths (dead people, forged ballots, dumped ballots etc) had been thoroughly discredited.
I would suggest that the Kraken claim (which actually has no connection to any specifics of the election) had been developed months, even years earlier and kept in that glass-fronted cabinet labeled “In case of emergency, break glass”.
While the theory was outrageous and completely unprovable, it had one attractive feature – it could in a single stroke explain millions of “fake votes” in dozens of states.
In short, it was the final, desperate “Hail Mary” play.
Representative Katie Porter has a reputation for being a fierce opponent during House hearings, and she reminded the country why that is again this week when she took a fossil fuel executive to task for attempting to lie to her face. The executive tried to claim that oil companies don’t have special tax rules, but Porter was there to remind him that they do, and listed the differences between their taxes and the taxes of other corporations. Ring of Fire’s Farron Cousins discusses this.
Journalists can’t contain laughter as State Department Spokesperson Jan Psaki claims that the US has a long-standing policy of not supporting coups and/or non-democratic regime changes in other countries.
Peter Navarro attempts to deny that Trump told Bob Woodward about the seriousness of the coronavirus on Feb 7 and then told the public the exact opposite 2 weeks later.
When Navarro gets caught denying the undeniable he accusing Jake Tapper of “cherry-picking”.