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Pandemic Prize: Amazon’s Q1 Sales Soar 44%

E-commerce giant Amazon released its first-quarter results on Thursday, reporting a 44  percent sales increase. The results blew analysts’ expectations out of the water. The Masters of the Universe say they expect their sales to continue to climb in the second quarter.

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos during the JFK Space Summit at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston, Wednesday, June 19, 2019. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Michelle Malkin Censored by YouTube for ‘Medical Misinformation’

Conservative author and journalist Michelle Malkin has been censored by Google-owned YouTube, causing Malkin to declare that a “purge” of her content is underway. She is posting the censored content on Bitchute a video hosting platform that is pro-free speech, and is also posting the content to her Gab account.

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki

Google Censors Document Tracking COVID Vaccine Stories

Google has censored a public Google document collecting stories in mainstream news media and posts on social media about adverse reaction to COVID-19 vaccines. The document was over 100 pages long when it was censored by Google. It has since been re-hosted at this website.

Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Chrome, speaks at Google's annual developer conference, Google I/O, in San Francisco on 28 June 2012

UCSD, UCLA Law Professor Blasted for Praising Vaccine Passports that Would ‘Break the Resistance Down’

Professor Harry Litman, who teaches constitutional law at University of California San Diego (UCSD) and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), was slammed on social media after proclaiming that “vaccine passports are a good idea,” because they will make those who refuse to get the coronavirus vaccine “foreclosed from doing a lot of things their peers can do.”

UCLA Prof Harry Litman

Growth Rate of Student Loan Debt Doubles During Coronavirus Pandemic

The rate by which student loan debt grows has doubled since the Chinese coronavirus pandemic started, reaching record-high levels. Experian found that most of the new debt can be federal loan payment pause, a coronavirus relief measure that appears to have incentivized consumers not to pay off their existing debt while they borrow more money.

An employee at a money changer counts USD 100 bills in Manila on October 25, 2012. AFP PHOTO/NOEL CELIS

Amazon Sues to Block New York Warehouse Labor Investigation

E-commerce giant Amazon has filed a lawsuit against the New York state attorney general’s office in a move to prevent legal action over the company’s handling of coronavirus conditions at one of its Staten Island warehouses last year. The company wants to prevent the state from exercising “regulatory authority over workplace safety responses to COVID-19 and claims of retaliation against workers who protest working conditions.”

Investigator says Amazon chief's phone hacked by Saudis

Baylor U. to Punish Students Who do Not Comply with Weekly Coronavirus Tests

Universities across the country say they will punish students who do not comply with new rules relating to the Chinese coronavirus. Baylor University in Waco, Texas, for example, is mandating that its students take weekly coronavirus tests, adding that those who fail to comply could have their Wi-Fi disabled, be blacklisted from participating in student organizations, or be suspended.

Coronavirus Test / Covid-19 testing