**Alaskans Plan Patriotic Convoy to Denali National Park Following Flag Ban**

A recent decision by Denali National Park Superintendent Brooke Merrell to ban the American flag from a private road construction vehicle has sparked significant backlash among Alaskans. In response, a convoy of vehicles displaying patriotic flags is set to embark on a road trip to the park entrance this Sunday. The convoy will gather at the Fairbanks Walmart parking lot at noon and depart for the Denali Park entrance around 1 p.m.

Keith Fons of North Pole, one of the organizers, explained that the convoy aims to arrive at the park entrance visitor center between 2:30 and 3 p.m., following a brief stop in Healy for participants to adjust their flags. Similar gatherings are being organized in Wasilla, Palmer, and Anchorage, reflecting a growing sense of patriotic spirit across the state.

The controversy began when Superintendent Merrell instructed a construction crew working at the park to remove a 3 x 5 foot American flag from their vehicle, citing that it “detracts from the park experience.” This decision has provoked outrage, particularly in the lead-up to Memorial Day weekend. U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan expressed his dismay in a letter to National Park Service Director Charles Sams III, calling the incident an “outrage” and demanding an immediate response and corrective measures.

Senator Sullivan emphasized that the American flag should be celebrated, especially on Memorial Day, a holiday dedicated to honoring those who have sacrificed their lives for the nation. He also highlighted that there is no federal regulation prohibiting the flying of the American flag on public lands, particularly in national parks intended for the enjoyment of American citizens.

In a related twist, it has been noted that the National Park Service maintains a webpage dedicated to LGBTQ+ pride flags, leading some to question the consistency of the flag policies within national parks.

The upcoming convoy represents a robust statement from Alaskans who are determined to assert their right to display the American flag, particularly in a place as iconic and nationally significant as Denali National Park. Participants hope to underscore their belief that the flag is a symbol of national pride that should be prominently displayed, especially during times of national reflection and remembrance.

100 Days Since The First Human To Be Implanted

From Neuralink..

Restoring Autonomy to People Living with Quadriplegia

It is estimated that 180,000 Americans live with quadriplegia, and each year, an additional ~18,000 suffer a paralyzing spinal cord injury. We live in a digital society where‬‭ much of our work, entertainment, and social lives rely heavily on our use of computers and‬‭ smart devices. People with quadriplegia often find that their needs to engage seamlessly with the digital world go unmet, leading to decreased independence, isolation, and financial challenges. Our goal is to provide a high-performance interface that will enhance the control of digital devices for people with quadriplegia, unlocking their personal and professional potential.

The first step toward this goal was achieved just over 100 days ago at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix Arizona, where Noland Arbaugh, the first participant of the PRIME Study*, received his Neuralink implant (Link). As noted in our last blog post, the surgery went extremely well, and he was able to go home the following day.

The aim of the PRIME Study is to demonstrate that the Link is safe and useful in daily life. We will monitor its technical performance remotely and quantify any benefit it provides by timing the duration of independent use and assessing how it affects study participants’ quality of life.

“Y’all are giving me too much, it’s like a luxury overload, I haven’t been able to do these things in 8 years and now I don’t know where to even start allocating my attention.”

— Noland Arbaugh, PRIME Study participant

First Participant Experience

Prior to having the Link, Noland’s primary digital interface was a mouth-held tablet stylus (mouth stick) that had to be put in place by a caregiver. The mouth stick can only be used in the upright position to operate a tablet. With prolonged use it can lead to discomfort, muscle fatigue, and pressure sores; it also prevents normal speech.

“The biggest thing with comfort is that I can lie in my bed and use [the Link]. Any other assistive technology had to have someone else help or have me sit up. Sitting causes stress mentally and on my body which would give me pressure sores or spasms. It lets me live on my own time, not needing to have someone adjust me, etc. throughout the day.”

— Noland Arbaugh, PRIME Study participant

In the weeks since his surgery, Noland has used the Link to control his laptop from various positions, including while lying down in bed. He plays online computer games with friends (Chess, Civilization VI), browses the internet, live streams, and uses other applications on his MacBook, all by controlling a cursor with his mind. He has even used the Link to play Mario Kart on a Nintendo Switch console — something he had not been able to do since his spinal cord injury.

“[The Link] has helped me reconnect with the world, my friends, and my family. It’s given me the ability to do things on my own again without needing my family at all hours of the day and night.”

— Noland Arbaugh, PRIME Study participant

Noland uses the Link to play games and control his computer. Top to bottom: Chess, Mario Kart (right player), Slay the Spire.


On weekdays, Noland contributes to research sessions for up to 8 hours per day. On weekends, personal use and recreation can exceed 10 hours per day (Fig 02). Recently, he used the device for a total of 69 hours in a single week: 35 hours of structured sessions and an additional 34 hours of personal use.

“I thought that the mouth stick was a lot better than BCI a month ago, when we compared them I saw that BCI was just as good if not better and it’s still improving; the games I can play now are leaps and bounds better than previous ones. I’m beating my friends in games that as a quadriplegic I should not be beating them in.”

— Noland Arbaugh, PRIME Study participant

A bar chart labeled "Daily hours of BCI use." The values range between around 30 minutes to around 14 hours. The values are most commonly between 6 and 8 hours.

Daily hours of BCI use since the first BCI session.

Participation in research sessions allows us to evaluate the performance of the Link. The standard measure for speed and accuracy of cursor control is bits-per-second (BPS), calculated using a grid task (Fig 03). Higher BPS values indicate better cursor control. During his first-ever research session, Noland set a new world record for human BCI cursor control of 4.6 BPS. He has subsequently achieved 8.0 BPS and is currently trying to beat scores of the Neuralink engineers using a mouse (~10 BPS). The Link is able to distinguish left and right clicks and allows cursor control sufficiently precise to select targets similar in size to the smallest icons and buttons on a laptop screen (Fig 03). The ability to select small targets using multiple click types allows Noland to use applications and play games on his laptop that were not possible with his mouth stick.

BCI grid task with multiple click task.

In the weeks following the surgery, a number of threads retracted from the brain, resulting in a net decrease in the number of effective electrodes. This led to a reduction in BPS (Fig 04). In response to this change, we modified the recording algorithm to be more sensitive to neural population signals, improved the techniques to translate these signals into cursor movements, and enhanced the user interface. These refinements produced a rapid and sustained improvement in BPS, that has now superseded Noland’s initial performance.

A bar chart labeled "Daily peak BCI performance." The BPS raises from 4 to 8 over the first couple of days, drops to 2 over a couple more days, and then crawls back up until it's consistency around 8.

Daily peak performance in bits per second (BPS).

Our current work is focused on pushing cursor control performance to the same level as that of able-bodied individuals, and on expanding functionality to include text entry. In the future we intend to extend the Link’s functionality to the physical world to enable control of robotic arms, wheelchairs, and other technologies that may help increase independence for people living with quadriplegia.

Join the Neuralink Community

If you are excited to restore autonomy to those with unmet medical needs, consider applying to our open roles. If you are interested in shaping the future of assistive technologies by participating in a Neuralink clinical trial, please join our Patient Registry.

“I think it should give a lot of people a lot of hope for what this thing can do for them, first and foremost their gaming experience, but then that’ll translate into so much more and I think that’s awesome.”

— Noland Arbaugh, PRIME Study participant

* The PRIME Study — an investigational medical device trial for our fully implantable, wireless brain-computer interface (BCI) — aims to evaluate the safety of our implant and surgical robot, and assess the initial functionality of our BCI for enabling people with quadriplegia to control external devices with their thoughts. We do not guarantee any benefit by participating in the PRIME Study.

let us know what you think about all this in the comments!

Celebrating the Remarkable Mothers in My Life

Hey there! It’s Mother’s Day, and I wanted to give a shoutout to some amazing women who mean the world to me. These ladies have made me who I am today, and I couldn’t be more grateful.

First up, let’s talk about my mom, Theresa Andrews. She was just 16 when I came into the world. Mom had a love for the great outdoors—fishing, camping, you name it. She taught us all the important stuff, like how to reel in a big catch, cook up some delicious trout, and even strum a few chords on the guitar. But more than that, she was always there for me, cheering me on and helping me become the person I am today. Before she passed, we had the chance to spend some quality time together in Alaska, and it was a trip I’ll never forget.

My mother-in-law Jodi… She herself was a force to be reckoned with! It is no wonder why Kat is such a hard worker; between her mom and her dad, it’s enviable. Jodi ran her own business and did it well for many years. When we needed help running ours, she was there! Like Kat, she always does her best to be there for all of her children. Love ya, maw!

My Wife Katherine Andrews. Wow. This woman is incredible! First and foremost, she puts up with me, but seriously, being a stepmom is not always easy and Kat did everything she could at all times to show the kids love, discipline, and reward. She loves to craft. Be it repurposing old pallets or handcrafting the kids’ Halloween costumes each year, she is at her happiest when making something. Making the Halloween costumes is a tradition she learned from her mom, by the way! We met in 1999 and married in 2002. I had 2 kids, she had 1, and together, we made 2 more! Yes, 5 kids, and she was and is an amazing mom and to this day, loves and cherishes her time with them.

And then there’s my daughter, Angelyn Andrews, who has shown me the true meaning of resilience and determination. Despite facing personal challenges, Angelyn’s unwavering commitment to her children’s well-being is nothing short of extraordinary. Her journey to recovery and her unwavering dedication to motherhood are a testament to her strength and character and should be celebrated.

To all the mothers reading this, From my sister-in-law Kelly, my daughter-in-law Sydney and any other moms I am connected to, I want to extend my deepest gratitude and admiration. Whether you’re navigating the joys and challenges of motherhood or simply showing up for your loved ones each day, your love and sacrifices do not go unnoticed. You are the unsung heroes, the pillars of strength in our lives, and today, we celebrate you.

Happy Mother’s Day to each and every one of you. May your day be filled with love, laughter, and cherished moments with your loved ones. You are appreciated, you are loved, and you are worthy of all the recognition in the world.


Week 4 on the Carnivore Diet

I embarked on my carnivore diet journey four Fridays ago, and the changes I’ve experienced have been nothing short of remarkable. In just the initial two weeks, shedding 10 pounds and 5 1/2 inches off my waist was just the beginning. The disappearance of my back pain within the first three days was astonishing, followed by the vanishing of my eczema and skin blemishes like skin tags. Even my cataract is nearly gone, restoring my vision to clarity.

But perhaps the most profound change has been in my health markers. My blood pressure, once dangerously high, has significantly lowered, allowing me to wean off the medication gradually. Testosterone levels are up, snoring is down, and even restless legs at night have diminished. Despite lingering cravings and a modest energy level, the overall improvement is undeniable.

Now, down 20 pounds with a resolve to continue for at least 90 days, I’m eager to see the long-term benefits. While I’m not yet convinced this is a lifelong commitment, the positive impact on my health and lifestyle is undeniable. My partner, Katherine, who inspired me to embark on this journey, shares in the experience, making it a shared adventure.

As I await my upcoming blood work, I’m optimistic, considering the countless testimonials of improved health outcomes. Through this blog, I aim to encourage others to explore the carnivore diet, emphasizing its transformative potential and, of course, the joy of savoring a delicious ribeye. After all, when it comes to health, a satisfying meal shouldn’t be underrated.

The Old Lion

No matter how long it lives, the Greatest Lion will eventually die miserably. That’s the world! They may die young from injuries they sustained while defending their Pride. They may die old, enfeebled by age.

     At their Peak, they rule, chase other animals, catch, devour, gulp and leave their crumbs for hyenas. But age comes fast. The old Lion can’t hunt, can’t kill or defend itself. It roams and roars until it runs out of luck. It will be cornered by the hyenas, nibbled at and eaten alive by them. They won’t even let it die before it is dismembered.

Life is short. Power is ephemeral. I have seen it in lions. I have seen it in old people. Everyone who lives long enough will become very vulnerable at some point. Therefore, let us be humble. Help the sick, the weak, the vulnerable and most importantly never forget that we will leave the stage one day.

Embracing Change: My Newbie’s Journey on the Carnivore Diet

Hey there, fellow seekers of health and vitality! It’s Day 8 on my carnivore journey, and let me tell you, the results are speaking for themselves. I’ve shed 9 pounds already, without any bloating to speak of. Energy levels? Rock solid. And here’s the kicker – that nagging back pain I used to wake up with every morning? It’s practically vanished.

But before I delve into the nitty-gritty, let me rewind a bit. Two years ago, I was tipping the scales at a hefty 300 pounds. I tried cutting carbs, sure, but still indulged in the occasional soda, ketchup, and beer. The organic lifestyle and my go-to supplement, Thrive, helped me shed 50 pounds initially, but life happened, and I found myself slipping back into old habits.

Fast forward to now, and I’m down to 262 pounds, thanks to diving headfirst into the carnivore way of eating. Yep, you heard that right – all meat, plenty of fat, and of course, eggs. It’s not just about the weight loss though – I’ve ditched my acid reflux pills and said goodbye to morning reflux attacks, a welcome relief after two decades of struggle.

What prompted this drastic shift? Well, my wife’s journey played a significant role. After conquering colon cancer, she took charge of her health, swearing off sugar and embracing the carnivore lifestyle. I’ll admit, I was skeptical at first, but seeing her transformation firsthand made me reconsider. And now? I’m fully committed to giving it my all for at least 30 days, with hopes of extending it to 90. They say if you make it that far, you won’t want to look back – and I’m starting to believe it.

Now, I’m not here to preach or push an agenda. We’re all on our own journey, after all. But if my experience resonates with you, I encourage you to do your own research. Explore the science, listen to your body, and see where it takes you. Who knows? You might just find yourself on the path to better health and happiness.

And if you’re looking for some resources to get started, here are a few links to kick things off:

Dr. Alvin Danenberg’s Cancer Carnivore Diet Experiment
Dr. Shawn Baker on the Carnivore Diet
The Carnivore Diet: What You Need to Know

Remember, you’re the captain of your ship. Here’s to charting a course towards a healthier, happier you. Until next time, stay strong and keep pushing forward.

And for those eager to share their own stories, whether it’s about dieting, travel, hobbies, or anything in between, I invite you to join me on GoFrenz. It’s a platform where your voice matters, where stories find a home, and where connections are forged. Together, let’s inspire, empower, and embark on journeys of transformation.



Farewell My Captain

Fourteen years, 137 wins, more importantly, once Super Bowl win. Today, we celebrate the best coach in Seahawks history. While we may have wanted a few more seasons, it is time to move on from an all-time great. Before we do, we should take pause and reflect on what he meant to the organization and the fans that have followers this team since 1976.

Today, we want to thank Coach Pete Carroll. Thank you for making professional football relevant in Seattle for over a decade and bring home the Lombardi Trophy as a Super Bowl winner. Thank you for your optimism, your infectious smile. Thank you for the “x’s” and “o’s” and bringing in legends which includes Hall of Fame quality when they call it a career. Speaking of the Hall of Fame, I am quite sure you deserve a Gold jacket as well.   

The Hawks had seen success in the 80’s with Chuck Knox and early 2000’s with Mike Holmgren, but prior to his arrival we suffered thru a 5-11 season under Jim Mora who was an unmitigated disaster. Thankfully, ownership was quick to understand and made a swift decision and fired Mora. While I hate to see a UW alum and overall good guy lose his dream job, it was not in the cards and the Seahawks took needed action and brought  in Pete Carroll. 

Now, an honest admission. I was pretty skeptical of his ability to bring his brand of football to the National Football League. Carroll was undoubtedly an amazing college level coach and his players loved playing for him. His time at USC yielded 97 wins, seven straight Pac-10 titles, and two national championships and Vince Young away from winning a third in what many called the most thrilling collegiate game of all time. 

While those numbers spoke for themselves, my skepticism was based on the NFL being a professional league of grown men and Pete’s unbounding optimism and rah-rah approach would not work. Gladly, I will admit I was wrong. Carroll’s energy and knowledge was a breath of fresh air and partnering with John Schneider was a perfect match. 

Taking chances on overhauling the roster, we said goodbye to fan favorites like Matt Hasselbeck and welcomed Charlie Whitehurst a.k.a. Clipboard Jesus. Even though the Charlie Whitehusrt era was short-lived, the Hawks took a third round flier on the man who would ultimately become the franchise’s best QB of all-time. Then came the Legion of Boom, Bobby Wagner and this nucleus provided us must-watch television especially when you added Marshawn Lynch. 

Pete melded this team of mercurial and confident players into winners almost immediately. While going 7-9 in year one and winning the NFC West conference, they shocked not only the world but the Richter scale with the infamous Beast Quake run and defeated the defending World Champion New Orleans Saints. After that game, we knew players and fans alike were all in and Pete was gonna make things happen. 

One year later, with a sub-par run, the jury was still out. Then, a dude named Russell was installed as QB1 and they never looked back and started a run of playoff appearances that culminated into back to back Super Bowls winning one in spectacular fashion and losing one in the most gut wrenching way imaginable. While this was the last time the team hit the biggest game in the NFL, they were never far from it and always were in the hunt and exciting to watch.

Time passed by, players and coaches alike came and went, but Pete was always a steady hand. While not perfect, his time with Seattle will be fondly remembered and will be very odd to see another coach roaming the sidelines in 2024.  

Before we can root for the new guy, let us  take a moment to celebrate Pete Carroll and all he has done for the city of Seattle and the Seahawks franchise. Wish you well Coach.


10 Car Models to Approach Cautiously: Potential Breakdowns After 100K Miles

In a world where car costs have risen due to inflation, the age-old adage “forewarned is forearmed” carries even greater weight, especially in 2023. With economic uncertainties looming, making a well-informed decision before investing in a new vehicle is crucial.

Navigating these considerations is Jacob Carter, the founder of Engine Rev Up, a blog dedicated to unraveling the intricacies of car maintenance and repairs. Drawing from his wealth of experience, Carter sheds light on specific car models that tend to demonstrate higher vulnerability to repairs and breakdowns, particularly after crossing the 100,000-mile threshold.

Here, we present a compilation of 10 car models, as curated by GOBankingRates, that merit extra scrutiny if long-term reliability is a priority for your automobile investment.

1. Nissan Altima
Starting MSRP: $24,300

The Nissan Altima, revered for its dependable performance, cozy interiors, and advanced safety features, is not without its faults. A recurring issue involves the continuously variable transmission, with many Altima vehicles experiencing untimely failures, often coinciding with the 100,000-mile mark. This predicament can lead to substantial repair costs, according to Carter.

2. BMW 3 Series
Starting MSRP: $41,250

The BMW 3 Series, known for its luxurious compact design, exhilarating driving dynamics, and advanced tech features, comes with a caveat. Carter reveals that these vehicles demand considerable maintenance expenses, as a significant portion necessitates engine or electrical repairs shortly after breaching the 100,000-mile threshold.

3. Land Rover Discovery
Starting MSRP: $55,250

The Land Rover Discovery, an aesthetically pleasing vehicle, has garnered a reputation for grappling with air suspension issues, electrical anomalies, and early transmission failures, as noted by Carter.

4. Fiat 500
Starting MSRP: $16,495

Exuding European charm and agility, the Fiat 500 is a compact urban car that is not immune to troubles. Engine complications, particularly oil leaks, are a recurrent concern. Additionally, the cramped engine compartment contributes to the elevated cost of repairs.

5. Jeep Wrangler
Starting MSRP: $29,995

An iconic off-road SUV, the Jeep Wrangler boasts rugged aesthetics and exceptional terrain-tackling capabilities. However, rust susceptibility and steering and suspension problems requiring repairs are potential challenges pointed out by Carter.

6. Ford Fiesta
Starting MSRP: $15,490

The Ford Fiesta, celebrated for its nimble handling and fuel efficiency, is a favored choice for city driving. Despite its economical appeal, Carter highlights its track record of encountering transmission glitches and electrical hiccups, making it a candidate for cautious consideration.

7. Chrysler 200
Starting MSRP: $22,220

Blending style with practicality, the midsize Chrysler 200 sedan showcases an attractive design and comfortable interiors. Carter emphasizes a notable frequency of engine, transmission, and electrical repairs at relatively low mileage levels.

8. Volkswagen Tiguan
Starting MSRP: $26,440

Known for its stylish aesthetics and comfortable interiors, the Volkswagen Tiguan draws those seeking both elegance and comfort in a vehicle. However, Carter’s observation of costly transmission issues, often emerging just past the 100,000-mile mark, brings an element of caution.

9. Mini Cooper
Starting MSRP: $22,900

The Mini Cooper, lauded for its compact and unique design, holds a special place for those who crave distinctive choices. Nevertheless, Carter highlights recurring concerns such as oil leaks, turbo failures, suspension, and electrical glitches.

10. Tesla Model S
Starting MSRP: $81,190

Renowned for its remarkable acceleration and cutting-edge technology, the Tesla Model S also comes with a noteworthy consideration. Carter notes a substantial investment often required for battery pack replacement, commonly arising around or shortly after the 100,000-mile milestone.

In a climate of fluctuating costs and growing economic uncertainties, being informed about potential vehicular pitfalls is a prudent approach. As you navigate the landscape of car investments, these insights aim to provide a clearer perspective on vehicles that might require closer scrutiny to ensure your investment stands the test of time.


Is Rent Coming Down? Exploring the Current Shift in Rental Prices

The landscape of the rental market is always subject to change, and recent developments seem to indicate a shift in favor of renters. After witnessing a continuous rise in rent prices, the housing market has taken an unexpected turn. Let’s delve into the latest data to understand whether rent is truly coming down.

A Change in the Wind:
In 2022, the headlines were dominated by soaring rent prices, with increases of up to 15% nationwide and even higher in certain cities. This trend was fueled by factors such as inflation, rising interest rates, and intense competition among renters. However, the latest report from 2023 paints a different picture.

Rent Prices on the Decline:
In a surprising turn of events, the year 2023 marks the first year-over-year decrease in rent prices since 2020. A study conducted by Realtor.com across 50 major metropolitan areas reveals that studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom rentals have dropped by an average of 0.5%. While this might appear as a minor reduction, it symbolizes a significant departure from the previous upward trajectory.

What Are the Numbers Saying?
Currently, the median rent price for these units stands at $1,739. Although this is still $3 higher than last month, it is essential to note that this figure is $344 higher than in July 2019. However, this decrease might be an early indicator of a trend toward more affordable rental options.

A Glimpse into the Future:
Experts at Realtor.com predict that rent prices could continue to decline throughout 2023, potentially dropping by a total of 0.9%. While this might not seem like a massive decrease, it does offer a glimmer of hope for renters looking for more budget-friendly housing options.

Who Benefits Most?
Interestingly, the properties experiencing the most significant price drop are two-bedroom units, which have decreased by 0.5% or $10 from the previous year. Conversely, studio apartment rents have risen by 2%, while one-bedroom apartments have seen a marginal increase of 0.4% year over year.

The Factors at Play:
This shift in rental prices is not only a result of market forces but also driven by consumer behavior. As rental prices peaked in July 2022, more cost-conscious renters opted for smaller living spaces, driving demand for studio and one-bedroom apartments.

Considerations for Renters:
Despite the drop in prices, affordability remains a pressing concern for renters. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals that lease renewals saw an average rent increase of 3.5% in the first half of 2022. In contrast, new tenants faced a staggering 12.2% rent increase. As a result, many renters are choosing to stay put in their current units to avoid the potential surge in housing costs.

The Road Ahead:
With over 450,000 newly completed multi-family units entering the rental market, the increased supply could further impact demand and potentially lead to more renters opting not to renew their leases. As prices continue to trend downward, more renters might find themselves at the crossroads of renewing or exploring new options.

The rental market is in flux, showing signs of a departure from the continuous upward trajectory of rent prices. While the current drop might not revolutionize the housing landscape, it does offer a promising glimpse into the potential for more affordable rental options. As the market continues to evolve, renters should stay informed about these changes and make decisions that best align with their financial goals and preferences.


“Defending Free Speech: Landmark Ruling Against Biden Administration’s Social Media Content Restrictions”

ALARMING – READ IT YOURSELF AND MAKE UP YOUR MIND: As reported Tuesday, Judge Terry A. Doughty from the US District Court for the Western District of Louisiana issued a ruling prohibiting the @JoeBiden administration from engaging in broad content restrictions and communication with social media platforms.

The ruling states that government agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are not allowed to influence social media companies to remove content protected under the right to free speech.

The lawsuit shed light on alarming allegations of speech suppression by the federal government. Among these claims, it is alleged that the Biden administration sought to censor @RobertKennedyJr in January 2021, just days after Biden was inaugurated.

Below are 10 examples of deep censorship as alleged (Full ruling on the link below)

1- Suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story prior to the 2020 Presidential election.

2- Suppression of speech about the lab-leak theory of COVID-19’s origin.

3- Suppression of speech about the efficiency of masks and COVID-19 lockdowns.

4- Suppression of speech about the efficiency of COVID-19 vaccines.

5- Suppression of speech about election integrity in the 2020 presidential election.

6- Suppression of speech about the security of voting by mail.

7- Suppression of parody content about Defendants.

8- Suppression of negative posts about the economy.

9- Suppression of negative posts about President Biden.

10- Censorship and restriction of personal Facebook pages and content.


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