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Old Man Reads Bird Cage Liner- Shouts at Clouds Joe Biden, when he can find his place on the teleprompter, is using the debunked Atlantic magazine story to attack Trump and his supporters. The Fake News Goldberg story claims Trump hates our Veterans and called them losers and suckers. Goldberg (a known propagandist) cites his “anonymous sources” which usually means fake news.  There have been 21 people that came forward to debunk the lies about the President and not one of the sources for the so called story has come forward with evidence that is is true. When and why did this story drop? “The Atlantic” article dropped shortly after Biden received no bump from his convention while Trump did get a bump in the polls after his convention. Biden immediately amplified the Trump smear in the magazine, which was nothing but pure fabrication. Anytime a shift in the polls goes against the Democrats, they tend to drop huge bombshell lies such as saying Trump insulted veterans. John Bolton hates Trump but even he said the president would never say such a thing. Trump always expresses support and admiration for the troops. JOIN US ON THE 2020 FRONT LINES DIGITAL SOLIDER, SUPPORT CARTOONS AT PATREON OR AT SUBSCRIBESTAR-SEE EVERY CARTOON EARLY BEFORE IT’S RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC!  CLICK TO VIEW! Anytime the lying mass media quotes ‘anonymous sources,’ it can be assured it’s a lie. The mainstream legacy media are part of the Democrat Party now. Can’t be trusted. The lies told by Biden will become numerous and vocal as the election nears and the Democrats become more fearful and desperate. Support Cartoons with a donation at Pay Pal! Click to donate Biden is a shell of a man being used by the Deep State as a trojan horse in order to usher in their globalist policies and remove Trump from office. We can’t let them win in November! This is all out war to save our nation! Vote in person! Tina Note: We are an Amazon Associate. Your purchases on Amazon via our links will support Ben and Tina’s cartoons- At no extra cost to you! Please click and send some love! Amazon Home Page One of Our MOST Popular Limited edition prints! Trump 2020-D Chess Order your signed poster size print today!  Sale! $99.99 $79.99 Officially signed by Ben Garrison 24″ w x 18″ h  print on high quality heavy weight paper Shipped in a mailing tube Special Edition: The biggest prints we have ever made! Advertised as being “the best political cartoonist” in the world, Ben Garrison presents, “Trump 2020-D!” This is a special limited edition print–meaning Ben Garrison will sign it + number your print (and add any personalized notes you may choose) Only 100 will ever be printed. Your purchase goes to support our country, the MAGA movement, and President Trump! Order yours today by clicking the “Add To Cart” button below.  9 in stock Description Related products More Cartoons

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“Anti-Facebook” by Wikipedia founder is gaining popularity

Jimmy Wales launched a new social network called ‘WikiTribune Social’ shortened to WT: Social in hopes to fight against other platforms’ data-driven models, and protection of its users’ privacy. This new platform, dubbed as the “anti-Facebook,” has currently earned over 400,000 users. Jimmy Wales is an American-British Internet entrepreneur and a co-founder of the online non-profit encyclopedia Wikipedia. Time has placed him among “The 100 Most Influential People in the World” for his role in creating Wikipedia which has become the world’s largest encyclopedia. With a solid history of success his latest ambition WT: Social plans to revolutionize the landscape of social media networks. As the site gains an immense amount of users within a few days of its launch. WT: Social was officially launched October of last year. When a new user signed up they would be placed on a waiting list with thousands of others. In order to skip the list and get access to the site, users either had to share a link with friends or make a donation. It gained a modest number of 25,000 users by the beginning of November which sky rocked to 200,000 just days after the launch. By December of that same year, the social network had over 400,000 users. Finally i've gotten through and am now an officiall user of #WTSocial! Just very confused on how to use this….Surely Jimmy Wales has plenty of supporters who are willing to help build a user friendly platform? — Nina Salomons (@nina_salomons) November 29, 2019 The biggest promise of the network is to be completely free of targeted ads, fake news, and “click bait nonsense” as Jimmy Wales describes.  In an interview with Business Insider, the Wikipedia founder said that “the aim isn’t to reach millions of users or to achieve massive expansion. Ultimately, the new platform is centered around news, but its aim is to tackle the “clickbait nonsense” and “fake news” that the site says is so prevalent on other platforms.” looking to move away from social media that tracks you, join me #wtsocial https://t.co/Dy52SqeoUv — Niko Lewman (@pypwithniko) November 17, 2019 The platform has similar features as Wikipedia where you can edit content from other users and add details to the given information. It’s fully controlled by the community of users seeking more reliable news.  Wales adds on to say “A huge incentive for good behavior. If you say something obnoxious, someone will just delete it.” He continues, “Fake news has influenced global events, and algorithms care only about ‘engagement’, and keeping people addicted to platforms without substance. WikiTibune wants to be different. We will never sell your data.      Well at this point you are probably wondering how a huge network like this can survive without any means of monetization. The answer is simple “Donations”. WT:Social solely survives on donations provided by it’s loyal users, the same way Wikipedia managed to exist all these years free of ads. Wales says “Our platform survives on the generosity of individual donors to ensure privacy is protected and your social space is ad-free.” The WTSocial page is so full of "GIVE US MONEY" messages that I haven't been able to find any content. — tante (@tante) December 1, 2019  However people seem to have divisive opinions of the site’s concept, and actual function. Here are some of the internet’s reactions. This twitter user tweets “The WTSocial page is so full of “GIVE US MONEY” messages that I haven’t been able to find any content.” An optimistic user says ‘First bug found with WTSocial. Still, it feels like a pretty great product! I’m excited. Another tweet reads “Finally I’ve gotten through and am now an official user of WTSocial! Just very confused on how to use this…Surely Jimmy Wales has plenty of supporters who are willing to help build a user friendly platform?  First bug found with #WTSocial 😄 Still, it feels like a pretty great product! I'm excited! pic.twitter.com/HlUZIFzyzA — Cal 💐💜 (@calum_codes) November 19, 2019 Despite the huge spike between the numbers of users within the first few months of WTSocial launch. Numbers seemed to slow down throughout 2020. Loyal users of the site push hard to convert friends, and family to join the non-profit site. Here are some of their attempts.  Come, let's be friends on the Wikipedia social media alternative: #WTsocial https://t.co/O9AXZYgpUh — Daniel Rourke 📉 (@therourke) November 16, 2019  WTSocial users seem to use very brief tweets to persuade others such as ‘Come, lets be friends on Wikipedia social media alternative: #WTsocial.” And “ Looking to move away from social media that tracks you, join me #WTsocial.” Another Twitter user and WT: Social fan said, “Persuade your friends to move to WTSocial for sharing. With goods and services email newsletters are still king because in a world of stuff spammed to everyone, email is more personal.” Persuade your friends to move to WTSocial for sharing. With goods and services email newsletters are still king because in a world of stuff spammed to everyone, email is more personal. — Surfgeek (@Surfgeek) September 21, 2020 Social media platforms are such a prevalent part of everyday life. There’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, just to name a few. Breaking into such a crowded market is tough, as WT: Social is proving. There have been some supporters, but the future of the social network is very unclear. Will it gain more support as time goes on, or will people just enjoy the already popular platforms. Currently, the network is available only as a website, not an app.  

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Cambodia Arrests Second Rapper in Days Over Politically Charged Rhymes

Authorities in Cambodia have arrested a second rapper on charges of “incitement” in days, a court official in the country’s Siem Reap province said Tuesday, after he released songs suggesting that Prime Minister Hun Sen’s lack of leadership had led to economic decline. Long Puthera, who penned the track “Wipe Your Tears and Continue Your Journey, Khmer Eyes,” was arrested “late last week” and jailed on charges of “incitement to commit a felony or cause social unrest” under Article 495 of Cambodia’s Penal Code, Siem Reap Provincial Court spokesperson Chhuon Sopanha told RFA’s Khmer Service. “The judge ordered him detained on charges of incitement,” he said. “The accused has the right to an attorney.” The rapper had regularly posted songs on his YouTube page under the name Thxera-Kampuchea and had thousands of followers. Long Puthera’s acquaintances told RFA that they had been unable to contact his family members since his arrest, as they live in a different province. The young musician is also friends with fellow rapper Kea Sokun, known for his song “Khmer Land,” which touched a political third rail by criticizing the Cambodian government’s handling of its border dispute with Vietnam. Kea Sokun was arrested Sept. 4 in Siem Reap province and also charged with incitement after authorities booked his wedding photography business for a pre-wedding photo shoot and took him into custody when he arrived, his brother Chheang Chhat told RFA last week. Chan Chamroeun, provincial coordinator for local rights group Adhoc, told RFA Tuesday that his organization is investigating the two cases and working to provide lawyers to defend the pair of rappers. He said that the two young men had simply sang songs reflective of current Cambodian social issues and had not breached any laws. “The authorities should have allowed for their freedom of expression—this freedom is important because it helps the government understand the concerns of the public,” he said. “The authorities should allow for constructive criticism so that the government can identify loopholes in the system and fix them.” Wave of arrests Last week, amid an ongoing wave of arrests of voices critical of Hun Sen’s leadership, Rhona Smith, the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Cambodia, wrote in a Facebook post that “the rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly are protected by international human rights norms and standards as well as by the Cambodian Constitution.” She urged authorities to ensure that those arrested are promptly tried and that their due process rights be fully respected. On Friday the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said it had documented the arrest of 24 human rights campaigners since popular labor leader Rong Chhun, the president of the Cambodian Confederation of Unions, was taken into custody July 31, including eight in September alone. While 13 were released after pledging to refrain from further rights activities, 12 remain in detention—most of whom face charges of “incitement to commit felony,” including three environmental activists. The wave of arrests come three years after opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) President Kem Sokha’s September 2017 arrest over an alleged plot to overthrow the government with the help of Washington. Cambodia’s Supreme Court banned his party in November that year for its supposed role in the scheme. The move to dissolve the CNRP marked the beginning of a wider crackdown by Hun Sen on the political opposition, NGOs, and the independent media that paved the way for his ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) to win all 125 seats in parliament in the country’s July 2018 general election. Reported by RFA’s Khmer Service. Translated by Samean Yun. Written in English by Joshua Lipes.

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Cambodia Arrests Another Activist For ‘Incitement’ as UN, Rights Group Slam Government Repression

Cambodia has arrested yet another rights activist for “incitement” as the United Nations and a major human rights group lambasted the country’s government Friday for repressing voices critical of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s leadership. Muong Sopheak, the brother of Khmer Student Intelligent League Association president Muong Sony, was arrested on Thursday following a court-ordered warrant and jailed on charges of “incitement to provoke social unrest,” Phnom Penh Municipal Police spokesman San Sokseiha told RFA’s Khmer Service. San Sokseiha did not provide any details about what Muong Sopheak, 24, had done to prompt the arrest and charges. “This is a normal procedure—we executed the court’s warrant, arrested him, and sent him to the court right away,” he said. Muong Sopheak had taken part in a protest organized by youth activists on Sept. 6 at Phnom Penh’s Freedom Park and in petitioning the U.S. Embassy to intervene in the cases of other activists who are jailed on similar charges. Koet Saray, a Buddhist monk, and Mean Prommony, vice-president of the Khmer Student Intelligent League Association, were arrested that day, apparently in retaliation for planning a demonstration to call for the release of the president of the Cambodian Confederation of Unions Rong Chhun. Rong Chhun was arrested on July 31 and charged with incitement after publicly claiming that Cambodia’s government had ceded land to neighboring Vietnam amid a redrawing of their shared border. Muong Sony told RFA that his brother had been arrested without prior notice and that police had yet to officially inform the family. He said Muong Sopheak had broken no law and called his arrest “yet another persecution” against activists who raise concerns over social issues and demand justice, as well as a form of “intimidation” against youth campaigners. “The arrest shows that the government is concerned, but it should not be because Cambodia is a democratic country,” he said. “Youths are advocating because they are also nationalists, they are working for the country. The government should have more patience and understanding and encourage them instead.” Ny Sokha of local rights group Adhoc said Muong Sopheak had acted in line with the constitution and urged the authorities to stop arbitrarily arresting people who should be provided with the freedom to speak out against injustice. “We have reiterated our appeals asking the government to consider releasing and dropping charges against all activists recently arrested and resume seeking solutions to resolve national issues such as land disputes, poverty, and social justice,” he said. Government repression Muong Sopheak’s arrest came as the U.N.’s human rights agency issued a scathing indictment of the Cambodian government’s repression of its citizens, calling on authorities to release those arrested for exercising their rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly, and association in the country. In a statement on Friday, the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said it had documented the arrest of 24 human rights campaigners since Rong Chhun was taken into custody, including eight in September alone. While 13 were released after pledging to refrain from further rights activities, 12 remain in detention—most of whom face charges of “incitement to commit felony,” including three environmental activists. Several people have reported receiving threatening phone calls, including death threats, if they don’t end their activism, the statement said, while numerous rights campaigners are in hiding for fear of arrest. The Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights said it had documented “unnecessary and excessive use of force” by security forces against protesters on multiple occasions, as well as intimidation of those taking part in peaceful demonstrations. It also noted an ongoing crackdown against civil society organizations that has seen two groups shut down for “incitement” and unannounced visits to other by officials under the pretext of checking their registration. “The current situation marks a deepening of the Government’s intolerance to dissent and repression of the rights to freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association,” the statement said, noting that mostly human rights organizations, environmentalists, and human rights defenders have been targeted. “We call on the Government to immediately and unconditionally release those detained for their exercise of these rights, and to bring an end to the intimidation of civil society actors. We call on the security forces to stop resorting to unnecessary and excessive force and intimidation against those engaged in peaceful protests.” Call for UN resolution Also on Friday, New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) issued a statement calling on Cambodian authorities to “immediately drop baseless incitement charges against 14 recently detained youth and environmental activists and unconditionally release them,” referring to a group arrested since August that included 11 calling for Rong Chhun’s release. “The Cambodian authorities’ latest wave of arrests of activists shows a highly disturbing disregard not only for freedom of expression and assembly, but for land rights and the environment,” said Phil Robertson, HRW’s deputy Asia director. “The authorities should stop misusing penal code provisions on incitement to prevent peaceful critics from making public demands of the government.” HRW noted that Cambodia is currently detaining more than 50 people on politically motivated grounds, including activists from the banned opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP), youth, environmental activists, and journalists reporting for independent media outlets. The group demanded that the government “free all those wrongfully detained” and called on Hun Sen to end what it said amounts to a “de facto ban on critical protests” in the capital. “These recurring abuses make it all the more important that the U.N. Human Rights Council adopt a resolution that increases U.N. monitoring and reporting on human rights in Cambodia by the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights,” Robertson said. This month marked three years since the government ratcheted up a campaign of repression against the CNRP, arresting Kem Sokha in September and banning his party in November that year for its supposed role in an alleged plot to overthrow Hun Sen with U.S. help. The move to dissolve the CNRP marked the beginning of a wider crackdown by Prime Minister Hun Sen on the political opposition, NGOs, and the independent media that paved the way for his ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) to win all 125 seats in parliament in the country’s July 2018 general election. Reported by RFA’s Khmer Service. Translated by Samean Yun. Written in English by Joshua Lipes.

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CNN: “The Rioting Has To Stop” But Only Because It Will Hurt Joe Biden

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