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Rebekah Jones and Ron DeSantis

2021-05-12 20:56:20.498544+00 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

Rebekah Jones Tried to Warn Us About COVID-19. Now Her Freedom Is on the Line

In a Cosmopolitan exclusive, the whistleblower speaks out about being raided at gunpoint, charged with a felony, and forced to flee hundreds of miles to protect her family. And no, she doesn’t see this ending well.

[ related topics: Politics Privacy Sociology Civil Liberties Government ]

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#Comment Re: Rebekah Jones and Ron DeSantis made: 2021-05-15 03:15:14.517908+00 by: concept14

The link is bad.

#Comment Re: Rebekah Jones and Ron DeSantis made: 2021-05-15 13:38:09.162944+00 by: Dan Lyke

Thank you, fixed it.

#Comment Re: Rebekah Jones and Ron DeSantis made: 2021-05-15 18:24:55.076083+00 by: concept14


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