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I found Twitter to be pretty civil in its response to the death of Biden’s dog, within the narrow timeframe between it being announced and that tweet. I found more examples of people claiming Republicans were mocking Biden about this than I did Republicans (or people one could assume are Republican) doing anything that could be construed as mocking Biden or ...


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I'm not sure what level of Google-exhaustion one needs to show before drawing a negative conclusion on an existence question like this, but it's probably quite safe to conclude that there are no prominent Republicans who have done this, or there would be a media furore, by analogy with the one that did happen further back in the spring when Newsmax aired a ...


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Based on (what is claimed to be) the CNN weekly Nielson ratings here CNN had a significant uptick in viewership in 2020, relative to 2019 levels, and in 2021, its viewership has returned to about 2019 levels. These data do indicate that CNN has encountered a very large (>50%) drop in viewership since January 2021. There is not evidence in this data that ...


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The statement in another answer that common allergens (like ovalbumin) are not labelled or measured in vaccines is specific to the US. Since the Q is about the EU as well, I'm fairly certain that some testing and labelling is required or at least strongly recommended for such trace products. For example, the EMA info for a flu vaccine says: The vaccine may ...


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