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Self-styled militia members from Virginia, Ohio and other states made plans to storm the U.S. Capitol days in advance of the Jan. 6 attack, and then communicated in real time as they breached the building on opposite sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers, according to court documents filed Tuesday.


In charging papers, the FBI said that during the Capitol riot, Caldwell received Facebook messages from unspecified senders updating him of the location of lawmakers. When he posted a one-word message, “Inside,” he received exhortations and directions describing tunnels, doors and hallways, the FBI said.


Some messages, according to the FBI, included, “Tom all legislators are down in the Tunnels 3floors down,” and “Go through back house chamber doors facing N left down hallway down steps.” Another message read: “All members are in the tunnels under capital seal them in. Turn on gas,” the FBI added.

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Bivši FBI činovnik priča o problemima koje FBI ima u vezi domaćih terorista, 5:20- 15:34. 


Od 9:15 priča interesantne stvari: FBI ne može da podnese optužnicu za domaće terorizam. Ne postoji takav zakon.



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12 minutes ago, askeladden said:

Americke trupe se vracaju u Siriju.Evo demokratije na Januarskom popustu.America is back!

E, to sam hteo da pitam, da se postavi pool, ko će prvi biti bombardovan, ili napadnut, ili okupiran? Kad ono........:D

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Што се тиче гаражирања:



“Yesterday dozens of senators and congressmen walked down our lines taking photos, shaking our hands and thanking us for our service. Within 24 hours, they had no further use for us and banished us to the corner of a parking garage. We feel incredibly betrayed,” the Guardsman said.

All National Guard troops were told to vacate the Capitol and nearby congressional buildings on Thursday, and to set up mobile command centers outside or in nearby hotels, another Guardsman confirmed. They were told to take their rest breaks during their 12-hour shifts outside and in parking garages, the person said.


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6 minutes ago, zorglub said:


Može link?

Taman da pitam. Ja krenuo da guglam, reko ako je dosao i bupno tako bez linka valjda ce biti negde na naslovnoj strani. Kad ono.

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Here are the 30 executive orders and actions Biden signed in his first three days



By Kate Sullivan, Christopher Hickey and Sean O'Key, CNN


Updated 3:28 PM ET, Fri January 22, 2021




President Joe Biden has taken 30 executive actions in three days

In his first three days in office, Biden issued 30 executive orders, presidential memoranda and agency directives, primarily focused on addressing the Covid-19 pandemic and undoing former President Donald Trump's actions. Ten of Biden's executive actions directly reverse Trump's policies.

Date Topic Reversal Summary
January 22 Economy Yes Restores collective bargaining power and worker protections for federal workers, and lays the foundation for $15 minimum wage
January 22 Economy No Calls for assistance to those who are struggling to buy food, missed out on stimulus checks or are unemployed.
January 21 Coronavirus No Accelerates manufacturing and delivery of supplies for vaccination, testing and Personal Protective Equipment
January 21 Coronavirus No Directs FEMA to expand reimbursement to states to fully cover the cost for National Guard personnel and emergency supplies
January 21 Coronavirus No Establishes the Pandemic Testing Board to expand US coronavirus testing capacity
January 21 Coronavirus No Establishes a preclinical program to boost development of therapeutics in response to pandemic threats
January 21 Coronavirus No Enhances the nation's collection, production, sharing and analysis of coronavirus data
January 21 Coronavirus No Directs FEMA to create federally-supported community vaccination centers
January 21 Coronavirus No Directs the Department of Education and HHS to provide guidance for safely reopening and operating schools, childcare providers and institutions of higher education
January 21 Coronavirus No Calls on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to release clear guidance on Covid-19, decide whether to establish emergency temporary standards, and directs OSHA to enforce worker health and safety requirements
January 21 Coronavirus No Requires mask wearing in airports and on certain modes of transportation, including many trains, airplanes, maritime vessels and intercity buses. International travelers must provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test prior to coming to the US
January 21 Coronavirus No Creates the Covid-19 Health Equity Task Force to help ensure an equitable pandemic response and recovery
January 21 Coronavirus No A presidential directive to restore America's leadership, support the international pandemic response effort, promote resilience for future threats and advance global health security and the Global Health Security Agenda
January 20 Coronavirus No Launches a "100 Days Masking Challenge" asking Americans to wear masks for 100 days. Requires masks and physical distancing in federal buildings, on federal lands and by government contractors, and urges states and local governments to do the same.
January 20 Coronavirus Yes Stops the United States' withdrawal from the World Health Organization, with Dr. Anthony Fauci becoming the head of the delegation to the WHO
January 20 Coronavirus No Creates the position of Covid-19 Response Coordinator, reporting directly to Biden and managing efforts to produce and distribute vaccines and medical equipment
January 20 Economy No Extends the existing nationwide moratorium on evictions and foreclosures until at least March 31
January 20 Economy No Extends the existing pause on student loan payments and interest for Americans with federal student loans until at least September 30
January 20 Environment Yes Rejoins the Paris climate accord, a process that will take 30 days
January 20 Environment Yes Cancels the Keystone XL pipeline and directs agencies to review and reverse more than 100 Trump actions on the environment
January 20 Equity Yes Rescinds the Trump administration's 1776 Commission, directs agencies to review their actions to ensure racial equity
January 20 Equity No Prevents workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity
January 20 Census Yes Requires non-citizens to be included in the Census and apportionment of congressional representatives
January 20 Immigration No Fortifies DACA after Trump's efforts to undo protections for undocumented people brought into the country as children
January 20 Immigration Yes Reverses the Trump administration's restrictions on US entry for passport holders from seven Muslim-majority countries
January 20 Immigration Yes Undoes Trump's expansion of immigration enforcement within the United States
January 20 Immigration Yes Halts construction of the border wall by terminating the national emergency declaration used to fund it
January 20 Immigration No Extends deferrals of deportation and work authorizations for Liberians with a safe haven in the United States until June 30, 2022
January 20 Ethics No Requires executive branch appointees to sign an ethics pledge barring them from acting in personal interest and requiring them to uphold the independence of the Department of Justice
January 20 Regulation Yes Directs OMB director to develop recommendations to modernize regulatory review and undoes Trump's regulatory approval process


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4 hours ago, iDemo said:

Nema odmora dok traje obnova #2


biden-freezes-trumps-lower-cost-insulin-and-epinephrine-rule by Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute / SWFI



HHS signed off on the rule in December, shortly before former President Donald Trump left office. It aims to lower patients' out-of-pocket costs by forcing community clinics to pass on their 340B drug discounts. The rule requires federally qualified health centers to give their discounts to the uninsured, patients with high cost-sharing for insulin or Epi-Pens or a high unmet deductible.


It was originally slated to take effect Jan. 22, but HHS delayed it until Mar. 22. 

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