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US recession contracted from China’s Covid cover-up?

Provisions in the coronavirus relief bill allow for banks and private lenders to snatch stimulus checks from people with outstanding loans. This, while large corporations have been quick to deplete federal funding that was supposed to go toward keeping small businesses afloat.

Then, a lawsuit brought forth by Twitter against the FBI and DOJ has concluded that the federal government is free to demand consumer data from the social media giant and others via national security letters.

Plus, American businesses want the Chinese government held liable for intentionally misleading the global scientific community about the dangers of coronavirus, leading to a sweeping recession.

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