Hong Kong dissidents Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, and Ivan Lam all received sentences for their roles in a 2019 protest. Wong received the longest sentence, at 13 and a half months in prison. Agnes Chow received ten months, and Lam pulled the shortest sentence at seven months. All three could’ve received up to three years.
While the two young men have previously been in prison for pro-democracy activities, Agnes Chow has not. According to friends who visited her, she has been unable to sleep and didn’t adjust well in detention:
On the same day as Attorney General Barr made his proclamation that he saw “no evidence of widespread voter fraud”, comes this report on backdated ballot votes.
Coronavirus numbers are on the rise as the long, dark winter approaches. Enter notorious liberal publication, The Atlantic, urging Americans to cancel Thanksgiving.
Dear Wajahat Ali, your condescending lecture to Trump supporting “deplorables” shows us ignorant rubes once again that you and your media betters really do not like this…