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Secret Service Admits To Destroying Records In Alleged Biden Breast-Grabbing Incident

"We had to cancel the VP Christmas get together at the Vice President’s house because Biden would grope all of our wives and girlfriend’s asses," said the former agent, adding "He would mess with every single woman or teen. It was horrible."

The agent also claimed Biden would walk around naked in the VP residence.


  • Ben
    edited September 2020
    It took place not at the VP residence but on the space ship where Elvis lives and has two heads.
  • I think Putin wrote that article himself!!
  • I've been on that spaceship-Elvis actually has 3 heads !
  • come on, people

    you are thinking of Ted Williams

    Elvis was piloting

    Trump needs to find that former agent and appoint him to some DoJ post

    I need to starting reading zh right after the Onion
  • Man Skeet I really respect your posts on your investing methodology but you really harm your credibility when you post this crap

  • “Over time, Zero Hedge expanded into non-financial analysis,[c] such as conspiracy theories and fringe rhetoric[25] that has been associated with the US radical right and a pro-Russian bias. Zero Hedge's non-financial commentary has led to a number of Site bans by various global social media platforms, although its 2019 Facebook ban[30] and 2020 Twitter ban were later reversed. Zero Hedge in-house content is posted under the pseudonym "Tyler Durden"; the founder and main editor was identified as Daniel Ivandjiiski.”

    Site bans

    “On 12 March 2019, Bloomberg reported that Facebook had banned users from sharing Zero Hedge posts three days earlier.[30] MarketWatch, noting that Zero Hedge is a "frequent critic of Facebook", reported that the ban was lifted later that day with Facebook saying that the ban was a "mistake with our automation to detect spam". Business Insider, describing Zero Hedge as "a favorite of City and Wall Street traders, known for its anti-establishment and bearish slant on financial topics", noted that Donald Trump Jr. and Nigel Farage raised objections to Facebook's censure of Zero Hedge.

    Australian telecom company Telstra temporarily denied access to Zero Hedge and other websites on 20 March 2019 as a result of the Christchurch mosque shootings.

    On 20 January 2020, Zero Hedge's Twitter account, which then had 670,000 followers, was "permanently suspended" from Twitter for violating their platform manipulation policy.[13][48] Bloomberg reported that Zero Hedge had been informed by Twitter that the suspension was as a result of an article titled: "Is This The Man Behind The Global Coronavirus Pandemic?", in which they doxed a Chinese virologist at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.[26][14][49] On 12 June 2020, Twitter reinstated the account after an appeal from Zero Hedge and stated that the suspension was an error.[50]

    Zero Hedge was banned from the Google Ads platform on 17 June 2020. An email from Google to NBC said that Zero Hedge violated Google's content policy that "explicitly prohibit[s] derogatory content that promotes hatred, intolerance, violence or discrimination based on race from monetizing." The violating comments were found on stories related to George Floyd protests.[51][52] Google lifted the ban in July 2020, after the management of Zero Hedge began moderating comments.[53]

    Zero Hedge revealed on June 17, 2020 that Paypal had, like Google, deplatformed the site,[54] and they would only be able to accept cryptocurrency payments in the future.[55]”

    These guys got problems.

    Source: Wikipedia

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