President Biden, Facebook, Marco Rubio discussed on AM Tampa Bay


F L A Cold fronts to ourselves, and the cooler air has arrived are high is only in the mid sixties. Today, it's 57 degrees at news radio. W F L A. The CDC says another 500,000 Americans could die of covert 19 within the next month. President Biden says he's planning on buying Mork overt vaccine to try and meet demand Growing complaints about vaccine shortages, the Biden administration this week announcing that states would see a 16% boost in doses. Next week. But for some, that won't be enough. President Biden going further to announce a purchase of 200 million more doses of the Fizer and Madonna vaccines all in order to vaccinate 300 million Americans by this summer, at one point, even suggesting that his vaccination goal could rise to 1.5 million shots a day. Asia has any reporting Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nationwide terrorism threat, The bulletin says. There's a heightened threat across the U. S that will persist over the next few weeks. There was no specific, credible plot. The bulletin says there was information suggesting that extremists who are mad about the presidential transition could incite violence. President Biden's executive orders on climate change have angered Florida Senators, Both Rick Scott and Marco Rubio say they're a step too far. I'm very concerned about the policies because they sound like a checklist of all the dreams of the radical left and that are being put in place by executive order. I'm precedent over 35 at last count on less than a week. Rubio claims the rules will cost jobs. Leader of Facebook says they're trying to turn down the temperature on heated political discussions, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reveals during a call to investors. The company will reduce the amount of political content user see in their feed and stopped recommending they joined civic or political groups. Facebook continues to face accusations its sensors conservatives and isn't doing enough to curb misinformation. Sucker, Berg says. There's a trend across society that a lot of things have become politicized and politics have had a way of creeping into everything, Adding. A lot of the feedback we see from our community is that people don't want that in their experience. Kristen Goodwin, Fox News Court documents show that the leader of the far right extremist group, the proud Boys, Worked undercover for the city of Miami Police Department. Back in 2013. Transcripts reveal 36 year old Henry Enrique Terrio worked as an informant. Former U. S attorney for the District of South Florida, Kendall Coffey says If you're in the proud boys, you should be nervous because if this person was working as a confidential informant almost like An undercover agent or a secret agent for law enforcement. You wonder what is it that he could be saying about us? Some day, Two days before the riot of the Capitol Building. Torrio is arrested in Washington, D C for vandalizing a black lives matter Banner at a black church in December. It may not be the most popular cereal, but its fans are freaking out that it's disappeared from the shelves. Serial fans are complaining breakfast time. Good grape nuts have gone the way of Clorox wipes and toilet paper before they began to reappear during the pandemic Post confirms they're trying to work through supply constraints and higher demand, A spokeswoman tells USA Today. They have no plans to discontinue the 120 year old cereal. Third party Celeron. Walmart dot com listed a £4 box for $110. There are also overpriced listings on Amazon and eBay. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Buccaneers say they found their Lucky Jersey combination. Team announced it will wear white shirts and pewter pants for the Super Bowl. That's the same combo Tampa Bay War in their last two playoff wins the team tweeted It's time to make it three in a row. It's a 35 and news radio. W F L A weather is next. I started using when I was 13 Taylor is in recovery from an addiction to prescription opioids..

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