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The Guardian Accuses Republicans Of ‘Weaponising’ Trump-Raid

The Guardian Accuses Republicans Of ‘Weaponising’ Trump-Raid Authored by Steve Watson via Summit News, Following the news of the FBI raiding President Trump’s home, The Guardian suggested that REPUBLICANS are ‘weaponising’ the situation to make unfounded claims of a deep state and a politicised justice department. The leftist newspaper’s headline reads Republicans dust off familiar playbook to weaponise Mar-a-Lago FBI search, with a sub headline of GOP accusations of ‘deep state’ and politicization of justice department likely to foment an intense backlash. So the FBI, under Democrat guidance, break into a former President’s home and ransack through his belongings and it’s somehow the GOP that is responsible for the ‘weaponising’. Remarkable. The article quotes several Democrats waxing about how ‘justice is being served’, and then claims that Republicans are engaging in “florid rhetoric” that will “enflame America’s political divisions” and encourage Trump supporters to further point to a “deep state conspiracy”. Armed federal agents in the dead of night cracking open a former President’s safe in an attempt to steal documents. Nothing Deep Statey or conspiracy like about that is there. The piece concludes by quoting ‘never Trumper’ Joe Walsh who tweeted “The Republican Party has abandoned the rule of law. Just listen to them tonight. They’re at war with the rule of law.” Who is at war with the rule of law? As several Trump allies noted, the rule of law seems to be AWOL when it concerns Hillary Clinton or Hunter Biden: Executing a warrant against ex-POTUS is dangerous. The apparent political weaponization of DOJ/FBI is shameful. AG must explain why 250 yrs of practice was upended w/ this raid. I served on Benghazi Com where we proved Hilliary possessed classified info. We didn’t raid her home — Mike Pompeo (@mikepompeo) August 9, 2022 The FBI raid on former President Trump’s home is unprecedented

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Twitter erupts over Milley’s ‘fight Trump from inside’

On Monday, the New Yorker reported Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley had grown so disaffected with President Donald Trump in 2020 that he considered resigning but instead chose to stay and ‘fight’ Trump ‘from inside’ the administration. Join our AMN Telegram channel here for no tech censorship. The New Yorker published these alleged details about Milley in a forthcoming book “The Divider: Trump in The White House,” written by New York Times journalist Peter Baker and New Yorker staff writer Susan Glasser, which releases in September. According to the book excerpts, Milley debated resigning after being photographed walking with Trump near the St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington D.C. the night after it was damaged by arsonists. Critics characterized the moment as a photo op, and Milley publicly apologized for participating. In a prepared, but never submitted resignation letter that followed, Milley allegedly said Trump was “doing great and irreparable harm to my country.” Ultimately, instead of resigning Milley decided “I will fight from the inside.” From there, Milley vowed to stop Trump from starting any new wars or using the military to stay in office. Twitter erupted over the claims in the forthcoming book, with journalists, and political and military figures debating whether Milley was acting out of legitimate concern about Trump’s leadership or whether he was subverting the duly elected president. Retired U.S. Diplomat Alberto Miguel Fernandez criticized the New Yorker article as “creepy” for “glorifying assorted generals standing up to the civilian president.” I mean look at the first anecdote. Trump sees a military parade in (democratic) France and wants to replicate it, and the Vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff tells him, “it’s what dictators do.” And doesn’t get corrected. Is Macron a dictator? — Alberto Miguel Fernandez (@AlbertoMiguelF5) August

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Amazon will soon have maps of millions of homes

Amazon has entered into an agreement to acquire iRobot, the maker of Roomba vacuum cleaners, for $1.7 billion, according to a press release published by Amazon on Friday. Once the merger goes through, Amazon will acquire the maps of Roomba owners’ homes.  Join our AMN Telegram channel here for no tech censorship. Dave Limp, Senior Vice President of Amazon Devices, said in a statement that the merger is about inventing new ways to make “customers’ lives easier and more enjoyable.” “We know that saving time matters, and chores take precious time that can be better spent doing something that customers love,” Limp said. “Over many years, the iRobot team has proven its ability to reinvent how people clean with products that are incredibly practical and inventive—from cleaning when and where customers want while avoiding common obstacles in the home, to automatically emptying the collection bin. Customers love iRobot products—and I’m excited to work with the iRobot team to invent in ways that make customers’ lives easier and more enjoyable.” However, the purchase also comes with new privacy concerns for consumers. Over the years, Amazon has acquired the Ring video doorbell company and the Wi-Fi router-maker Eero. The tech giant has also developed its own products, like the AI assistant Alexa. Each product provides Amazon with a new type of home surveillance, and the addition of Roomba vacuums will give Amazon an even more detailed look inside people’s homes.  “People tend to think of Amazon as an online seller company, but really Amazon is a surveillance company. That is the core of its business model, and that’s what drives its monopoly power and profit,” said Evan Greer, director of nonprofit digital rights organization, as reported by Wired. “Amazon wants to have its hands everywhere, and acquiring a company that’s essentially built

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