In an Oct. 28 cease and desist letter, Nessel told Big League Politics the videos violate Michigan law because they contain “misleading and false election information,” according to a photo of the letter posted to the conservative blog Gateway Pundit.
Nessel’s spokesperson Ryan Jarvi confirmed Tuesday the attorney general sent a letter to the site and what Gateway Pundit posted appeared to be authentic. Nessel’s office will release a statement about the cease and desist later this week, Jarvi said.
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The office of Michigan’s attorney general sent a cease and desist order threatening legal prosecution against an online news outfit for posting videos of alleged voter fraud.
The cease and desist letter, sent by the office of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel to the website Big League Politics, took issue with videos known as #DetroitLeaks, which appear to show poll workers being trained to commit voter fraud. The letter referred to the videos as “misleading and false election information,” according to Detroit Free Press.
The videos can no longer be found on theBig League Politics site but can be found on Twitter, BitChute, and other platforms.
Michigan poll watcher/@bigleaguepol reporter Shane Trejo exposes Michigan AG attempt to take down #DetroitLeaks video that “outlined how city poll workers in Detroit were going to disenfranchise poll challengers…The more you try to suppress, the more likely it is to spread.”
Tesla released a beta version of its “full self driving” software to some customers this month.
Within days, videos on the internet showed cars easily navigating roads and intersections.
However, plenty of others showed situations where a momentary lapse of attention by the driver could have spelled disaster.
Despite its name, no car currently for sale is actually self-driving, the US government says, and Tesla has been criticized over its driver assistance features — and their branding — before.
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There’s still no such thing as a self-driving car, but you wouldn’t know that from hearing Elon Musk or Tesla talk about their latest software.
Earlier this month, the company began to release a beta version of the driver-assistance program it calls “full self driving.” Despite word from Musk that the rollout would be “extremely slow & cautious, as it should,” videos of the
An Indian doctor, in full protective gear, moves to a Bollywood track. A Harlem dance troupe, donning surgical masks, pirouette across empty subway stations and parks. And an Alabama principal films a Covid-era take on MC Hammer’s Can’t Touch This.
These are just a few of the dance videos that could only have emerged in 2020. Below are five of our favorites.
Indian doctor channels Bollywood
Ear, nose and throat surgeon Dr Arup Senapati has been treating Covid patients in India’s north-eastern state of Assam for months. Earlier this month, he donned full PPE (including a face shield and shoe covers), and danced to Bollywood hit Ghungroo for recovering patients.
High tech gadgets are now the hottest items selling items online as people are opting for these less expensive but very useful electronic gadgets instead of the high end and more expensive computers and electronic appliances. These gadgets are easy to use for most “tech savvy” consumers but may require a bit of training or two for other customers who are not familiar with these types of gadgets.
If you are a reseller of these hi tech gadgets, customers having a hard time using these gadgets properly may complain and eventually cause problems that may affect your business. Although these complaints may seem absurd to the tech savvy, majority of consumers and potential customers are not that knowledgeable and may put serious considerations to these complaints.
Avoid such scenarios and prevent complaints and other customer problems by providing them with easy to understand pictures and video instruction guides that even … Read More