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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/02/confirmed-obamas-ethics-czar-led-color-revolution-behind-2020-us-election-bragged/ We warned on November 2, 2020, the day before the 2020 Election, that the nightmare scenario created by the Democrats starring Sleepy Joe Biden was about to begin. We reported on the ‘Color Revolution’ earlier in the 2020 Presidential campaign – In September Tucker Carlson discussed the ‘color revolution’ and Norm Eisen, ironically Obama’s Ethics Czar, was reportedly behind the resistance and the efforts to remove President Trump from office. Like other Democrat lies, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) didn’t make health care more affordable and Norm Eisen was not someone who cared about ethics.
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https://www.infowars.com/posts/gateway-pundit-jim-hoft-suspended-from-twitter-after-posting-shocking-voter-fraud-footage/ The official Twitter account of Gateway Pundit, run by its founder, Jim Hoft, has been suspended from Twitter. It is unclear whether the suspension is permanent, or what may have provoked Twitter to take such an action against one of the country’s leading conservative news publications. Cassandra Fairbanks, a reporter at Gateway Pundit, previously revealed that she had been temporarily suspended from the platform, and informed her followers that, as she returned, Hoft received a temporary suspension. It is unclear whether Hoft’s suspension remains temporary, as Twitter now provides language about Gateway Pundit’s Twitter ban that is identical to the language used when Twitter permanently bans an account.
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https://www.livescience.com/terracotta-figurines-discovered-turkey.html Archaeologists have discovered dozens of terracotta figurines that are over 2,000 years old, including ones that depict gods, goddesses, men, women, cavalry and animals. Some of the figurines still had paint on them and some had inscriptions — and all opened a window into life in the ancient town of Myra, in what is now modern-day Demre in Turkey. This collection of figurines, "gives us rich clues about what existed in the mysterious Myra under a thick silt layer in the first and second centuries B.C.," said Nevzat Çevik, a professor of archaeology at Akdeniz University in Turkey who led the excavation. Myra, is "one of the most important ancient settlements in Lycia," an important maritime region along the Mediterranean Sea.
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https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/02/confirmed-obamas-ethics-czar-led-color-revolution-behind-2020-us-election-bragged/ We warned on November 2, 2020, the day before the 2020 Election, that the nightmare scenario created by the Democrats starring Sleepy Joe Biden was about to begin. We reported on the ‘Color Revolution’ earlier in the 2020 Presidential campaign – In September Tucker Carlson discussed the ‘color revolution’ and Norm Eisen, ironically Obama’s Ethics Czar, was reportedly behind the resistance and the efforts to remove President Trump from office. Like other Democrat lies, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) didn’t make health care more affordable and Norm Eisen was not someone who cared about ethics.
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https://www.infowars.com/posts/gateway-pundit-jim-hoft-suspended-from-twitter-after-posting-shocking-voter-fraud-footage/ The official Twitter account of Gateway Pundit, run by its founder, Jim Hoft, has been suspended from Twitter. It is unclear whether the suspension is permanent, or what may have provoked Twitter to take such an action against one of the country’s leading conservative news publications. Cassandra Fairbanks, a reporter at Gateway Pundit, previously revealed that she had been temporarily suspended from the platform, and informed her followers that, as she returned, Hoft received a temporary suspension. It is unclear whether Hoft’s suspension remains temporary, as Twitter now provides language about Gateway Pundit’s Twitter ban that is identical to the language used when Twitter permanently bans an account.
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https://www.livescience.com/terracotta-figurines-discovered-turkey.html Archaeologists have discovered dozens of terracotta figurines that are over 2,000 years old, including ones that depict gods, goddesses, men, women, cavalry and animals. Some of the figurines still had paint on them and some had inscriptions — and all opened a window into life in the ancient town of Myra, in what is now modern-day Demre in Turkey. This collection of figurines, "gives us rich clues about what existed in the mysterious Myra under a thick silt layer in the first and second centuries B.C.," said Nevzat Çevik, a professor of archaeology at Akdeniz University in Turkey who led the excavation. Myra, is "one of the most important ancient settlements in Lycia," an important maritime region along the Mediterranean Sea.
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