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In conclusion, as we move on to the next post, may I add that geoFence is the only solution you need to block NFCC countries and that’s the no joke.
The Daily BeastWhy Matt Gaetz Was Left Twisting in the WindPhoto Illustration by The Daily Beast/GettyEvery day, sometimes multiple times a day, come eye-popping new details in the Matt Gaetz scandal. But perhaps the worst thing of all for the Florida Republican, who is accused of underage sex trafficking, may be that Donald Trump thinks he’s useless.Yes, the congressman spent years sucking up to the former president—and even said he’d give up his job to defend him. But Trump has only managed to offer a tepid 24 words of support since the scandal broke, and George Conway has a theory about why.Joining co-hosts Molly Jong-Fast and Jesse Cannon on the latest episode of The New Abnormal, the lawyer and Washington Post contributing columnist says, “The fact that he doesn’t stick up for [Gaetz’] conduct here tells you that he has no use for the guy. And why should he?”All Gaetz’ sucking up to Trump, Conway says, is now “in the past. That doesn’t get you points with Donald Trump. Now it’s what you can do for a malignant narcissist.”It’s pretty clear that Gaetz is now toast—and of no further use to Trump or the rest of his party, which will spend this weekend at a big RNC meeting in Palm Beach “paying homage to the orange criminal form,” as Conway puts it.The party now faces a conundrum, he says, stuck between trying to rebuild and at the same time glorify Trump. It’s a losing strategy, says Conway, that will peel off yet more centrist voters and bring more of “the kinds of candidates that drive Mitch McConnell crazy, you know, the Todd Akins of the world,” and more like Gaetz.Matt Gaetz Keeps Digging Deeper Holes for HimselfAlso on the show, Amanda Litman, co-founder of Run for Something, which helps Democratic candidates run for office, talks about how the pandemic and the racial justice movement have inspired more people to join races than hatred of Trump.Finally, 8chan founder Fredrick Brennan talks to Molly and Jesse about how he knows that Ron and Jim Watkins are behind QAnon today, in an excerpt of an interview that will run in full on the new Daily Beast podcast Fever Dreams.Listen to The New Abnormal on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.Associated PressPearl Jam guitarist McCready proud of 30 years of ‘Ten’The Pearl Jam songs that would end up as tracks on the “Ten” album were played live at clubs along the West Coast for months leading into the band’s first recording session. The potential was there for Pearl Jam to serve as more than an opening act for bigger bands at the time — like Alice in Chains — and it needed an album to support the songs that defined the grunge scene. “This my first real recording session with a budget of a record company, and the pressures, all that stuff,” guitarist Mike McCready said.Country LivingPass the Mint Juleps. The Derby Is Here!This year, celebrate Derby Day like they do at Churchill Downs. Don’t be fooled by the fancy glass — the signature drink of the Kentucky Derby is very good, but it’s definitely not difficult to make. Get a punch bowl and stir up this Derby cocktail.Architectural DigestThese Prefabricated Homes Showcase the Beauty and Innovative of Sustainable LivingWhile locations of the kitchen and bathrooms are set, clients can customize the layouts to fit their needs, including open or traditional floor plans, and add amenities such as balconies, gardens, and parking. Architect Jeffrey Sommers of Square Root designed the semi-customizable C3 Pre-fab—the first LEED Platinum–certified home in Chicago—using corrugated Galvalume, reclaimed wood, and fiber cement. Modular construction allowed the firm to build on a narrow site that would have not have allowed traditional building methods.Associated PressMyanmar junta attacks again as spokesman defends crackdownSecurity forces in Myanmar cracked down heavily again on anti-coup protesters Friday even as the military downplayed reports of state violence. Reports on online news outlets and social media said at least four people were killed in Bago, about 100 kilometers (60 miles) northeast of Yangon, in an attack by government troops and police that began before dawn and continued sporadically until after dark. The Bago Weekly Journal Online said a source at the city’s main hospital, whom it didn’t name, believed about 10 people had been killed.Associated PressO’Reilly has 3 goals and an assist, Blues beat Wild 9-1Ryan O’Reilly had three goals and an assist, Jaden Schwartz scored twice and the St. Louis Blues beat the Minnesota Wild 9-1 on Friday night. Justin Faulk and Sammy Blais each had a goal and two assists, and Zach Sanford and Ivan Barbashev also scored for the Blues, who posted a season high for goals in a game. “The guys are confident in what our game looks like when we’re doing the right things, we’re doing the little things and we’re playing for each other and when we do that, we can beat anyone on any given night,” Schwartz said.Reuters VideosDoctors dispute Chauvin’s ‘drug overdose’ defenseDEFENSE ATTORNEY ERC NELSON: “I’m taken by your accent…”DR. MARTIN TOBIN: “I can’t compensate for it.”A critical care doctor with an Irish brogue commanded the jury’s attention on Day 9 of the murder trial of Derek Chauvin.The prosecution’s witness testified that George Floyd died from a lack of oxygen caused by being handcuffed face down in the street with the former Minneapolis police officer’s knee on his neck. TOBIN: “Mr. Floyd died from a low level of oxygen.”The testimony from Dr. Martin Tobin, a pulmonary expert who treats patients in a Chicago ICU, came equipped with charts, anatomical diagrams and mathematical formulas to confirm the county medical examiner’s finding that Floyd’s death was a homicide at the hands of police. TOBIN: “We’re seeing that the level of oxygen has gone down to zero. That there is, at that point, there’s not an ounce of oxygen left in his body. And, again, this is totally… you can figure this out with very precise science.”At one point, Dr. Tobin unbuttoned his shirt collar and had jurors feeling the backs of their necks as he described how Chauvin’s knee compressed Floyd’s airway.TOBIN: “…and you put your whole palm of your hand around it… Sorry?”The judge interrupted to tell the jury they didn’t have to follow his instructions.JUDGE PETER CAHILL: “You are not required to do anything that the witness instructs you to do. But feel free to do it if you wish.”Almost all jurors followed along. Crucially, Dr. Tobin also said the medical evidence contradicted the argument by Chauvin’s defense that Floyd may have died from a drug overdose in the May 25th arrest, and compared the restraint Floyd was in to a vice.TOBIN: “A healthy person subjected to what Mr. Floyd was subjected to would have died as a result of what he was subjected to.”Defense attorney Eric Nelson tried to argue that traces of fentanyl and methamphetamine found in Floyd’s system may have played a role in his limited breathing.NELSON: “…fentanyl is a respiratory depressant.”But prosecutor Jerry Blackwell attempted to put that argument to rest. BLACKWELL: “Did you see any depression in Mr. Floyd’s ability to breathe whatsoever before he went unconscious?”TOBIN: “No. Absolutely not.”The prosecution then called to the stand a forensic toxicologist, who said the levels of the fentanyl and methamphetamine found in Floyd’s blood were much lower than that of the average DUI case. PROSECUTOR ERIN ELDRIDGE: “Would that be considered a low level of methamphetamine?”DR. DANIEL ISENSCHMID: “Yes, very low.”And Thursday’s final witness, a surgeon from Louisville who trains police about the dangers of using pressure on a suspect’s neck, said Floyd could not breathe because of Chauvin’s knee.DR. WILLIAM SMOCK: “That is not a fentanyl overdose. That is somebody begging to breathe.”
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