Your biases were, that’s where you were being sent, and that gets more reinforced over time, he said. What’s happening with these Facebook pages where more and more people are getting their news from. At a certain point you just live in a bubble, and that’s part of why our politics is so polarized right now.

I guess my point was that, quite alarmingly, there no real way to tell how isolated the undercover incidents are. I been onlooking during more than one incident of escalation where some frontliners call “tuck in your shirts” (intended to expose batons or handguns that undercover officers may carry), because they suspect the presence of moles due to the nature of the escalated action. Frontliners know better than the rest of us why they draw the lines where they draw them, so their suspicion made me realise that it impossible to even judge the balance of probability of how isolated undercover incidents actually are..

In another TikTok related news, TikTok President Alex Zhu recently published a statement, announcing that the company plans on donating $375 million to COVID 19 relief efforts. “We’re pledging $250M to support front line medical workers, educators, and local communities deeply affected by the global crisis”, said Alex Zhu. The company has also committed $25M in ads that’ll help trusted firms provide reliable and important public health information and $100M in ad credits..

New initiatives in the Mayor’s budget include the creation of an Affordable Housing fund 4.25M in 2015 and $24.25M over 5 years using resources from general obligation borrowing, the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, and WHEDA tax credits. Tax Incremental Financing may be available based on a new state law that allows municipalities to extend the life of a TID for one year after obligations are paid with the funds available for affordable housing anywhere in the city. The TID extension for one year does not require Joint Review Board approval.

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The metal detectors are part of a safety measure in response to the Capitol riot on January 6. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduced the measure, saying in January that members of Congress would have to pay $5,000 fines if they evade the metal detectors. If there a second attempt at bypassing the metal detectors, the fine rises to $10,000..