“Veterans as a cohort are more likely than others to participate in democracy. That includes not only voting but running for office and getting others to vote,” said Kristofer Goldsmith, chief investigator for Vietnam Veterans of America. He was the first to discover the takeover of Vets for Trump during research for a report to be released Wednesday that documents widespread, persistent efforts by foreign actors to scam and manipulate veterans over Facebook and other social media..
“We’ve emptied entire hospital sections to make space for seriously sick people.”He described seeing “a tsunami of patients,” adding that there could be 18,000 patients in hospital by the end of the month if the virus continues to spread.”I’ve never seen anything like this,” he said. “Italians should be worried.”Lombardy President Attilio Fontana said in a statement said the new lockdown measures may not be enough.”A necessary step but, I fear, still insufficient,” Fontana said.Travelers, including those departing or arriving in the containment regions by airplane, were to be checked to see whether they have a self declared travel exemption.Checks were also introduced for cruise ship passengers arriving in Venice, who will not be able to disembark to visit the city, but will only be able to return to their place of residence or country of origin.Michele De Marsico told CNN at a Milan train station on Sunday that he was trying to work out how to return to southern Italy. “I was worried, so I came here to the train station to check out the situation,” said the 55 year old.Prison officers stand guard as an ambulance enters SantAnna prison in Modena, inside one of Italy’s quarantine red zones, following a disturbance there.Protests in Italian prisonsThe lockdown so far has already produced damaging ripple effects in the country.
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While the world first wholly 3D printed firearm is somewhat gadget beautiful its components made of ecru plastic except for the nail used for a firing pin and a six ounce block of steel glued into the frame in order to adhere to the Undetectable Firearms Act it has a look that would probably send industrial designer Raymond Loewy into an epileptic fit: stubby, chunky, with all the charm of a plastic toilet brush handle blow molded in Shanghai. The thick, 3 inch barrel, chambered for .380 caliber pistol ammo, is unrifled, which means at any range further than you can throw it underhanded, it mostly just a point and pray noisemaker. Hypothetical mental patients and kids printing out guns in their bedrooms come up a lot.