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Yes. A Portuguese court found the isolated use of nothing but a PCR-test is 'not fit for purpose'. The purpose here being the ordered quarantine of those merely 'tested positive'. The court concluded that a PCR test alone was insufficient to diagnose the illness or to determine infectivity of any person tested, and was insufficient grounds for forced ...


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The other answers address 1 and 2 so I am just addressing 3. "God Bless the USA" came out in 1984 and that year peaked at #7 on the Billboard top 100 chart. It has been relatively well known since then, and peaked again at #16 on the September 2001 chart, likely because of the September 11 attacks and surge of patriotism afterward. It's ...


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So to answer #1: The moment is captured in the video "Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Day 8" in this live commentary replay. One can easily compare it to the original song on YouTube and conclude easily that the songs are the same. The answer to #2: As it has been stated, it's definitively inconclusive.. There's no definitive proof, and there never will be ...


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The Washington Examiner, which (unlike MSN) is a right-wing/conservative publication, also reported this as a matter of fact on Nov 10 (with less commentary). Everyone watching Kyle Rittenhouse's homicide trial heard a patriotic tune come from Judge Bruce Schroeder's phone on Wednesday. The call interrupted Rittenhouse's lawyer as he was speaking on his ...


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