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A Manhattan jury found former President Donald Trump liable for defamation and battery in a civil case filed by columnist E. Jean Carroll. Both are civil charges that do not result in jail time. Joseph Tacopina, Trump’s attorney, told The Epoch Times that the former president is planning to appeal the verdict.
Also, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has just announced his future plans. He’s going to start a new show on Twitter.
Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic has come to an end. The federal vaccine mandates are over. The public health emergency was brought to a stop. The world is returning to normal, yet for many people, things aren’t over just yet. The next step may be to hold everyone accountable who violated the basic rights of people using COVID policy.
Yet, key players behind lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and censorship are now claiming it wasn’t them. They say the public attacks are based on misleading information. Others are writing off the blame altogether.
So what’s really happening? We explore this issue in this episode of Crossroads.
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