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Minds Roundtable with @FretzCapo and @MindsGaming Part 2

In this segment we talk about all kinds of additional topics we didn't have time to get to in part one with search and hashtags being one of the main points of discussion. Please remind, like and leave a comment if you've made it this far. #mindsroundtable #minds #mindsgaming Link to part 1: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/1179225662940008448

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"Yes, there have always been hungry people in America, but what we are witnessing now is hard to fathom. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 12 percent of all Americans did not have enough food to eat between October 28th and November 9th… As the coronavirus pandemic continues to surge, more Americans are reporting going hungry, a Washington Post analysis found. In data collected by the Census Bureau between Oct. 28 and Nov. 9, around 12 percent of all American adults reported not having enough food to eat, a figure higher than at any other point since the pandemic began earlier this year. It is estimated that the current population of the United States is 328 million. If you take 12 percent of 328 million, you get more than 39 million Americans that are going hungry right now." https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-finance/we-havent-seen-much-suffering-thanksgiving-great-depression
272 views · Nov 28th, 2020

More from Censorship Sucks #StopTheSteal

"Yes, there have always been hungry people in America, but what we are witnessing now is hard to fathom. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 12 percent of all Americans did not have enough food to eat between October 28th and November 9th… As the coronavirus pandemic continues to surge, more Americans are reporting going hungry, a Washington Post analysis found. In data collected by the Census Bureau between Oct. 28 and Nov. 9, around 12 percent of all American adults reported not having enough food to eat, a figure higher than at any other point since the pandemic began earlier this year. It is estimated that the current population of the United States is 328 million. If you take 12 percent of 328 million, you get more than 39 million Americans that are going hungry right now." https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-finance/we-havent-seen-much-suffering-thanksgiving-great-depression
272 views · Nov 28th, 2020