“…prosecutors charged Ms. Meng with fraudulently deceiving four banks into making transactions to help Huawei evade United States sanctions against Iran.”
Ballot harvesting, anyone?
WaPo: Some companies won’t give the cash back.
Who will be next?
“…it’s not just wrong it’s un-American.”
“Whenever you see something wrong going on anywhere in the world, you should have the right to say, ‘That’s not right.'”
Plus: NBA commish says “we have no choice but to engage…”
“Everyone got it wrong.”
“Netflix did not respond for a request for comment…”
“If you don’t have a lot of knowledge about it or quite understand it, I don’t think you should talk about it.”
“Could have waited a week to send it”
“a league that prides itself on its players and its coaches being able to speak out openly”
“It’s not unreasonable to expect American companies to put our fundamental democratic rights ahead of profit…”
“…when China tells you to shut the hell up, everybody shuts the hell up”
“We were saying, ‘Free Hong Kong.’ What’s wrong with that?”
“My brother-in-law is actually a Chinese history professor and I emailed him today…”
“It’s a worldly thing.”
“China is using its economic power to silence critics—even those in the U.S.”
“We moved away from that term years ago at the league.”
“No one wants the invite anyway.”
But beating up protesters in America is still A-Okay!
Thanks, Spike Lee
The L.A. Clippy?
Throwing in the towel?
“I was baited.”
“We weren’t supposed to be here. You made us believe.”
“The National Football League should take an assist from the NBA and pick up the slack. It would be a slam dunk.”
Plus, Geffen interested in buying the Clippers?
The invisible hand.
“She was like a sexy nanny playing ‘pin the fried chicken on the Sambo.'”
“I’m talking about how you lied to the American people over and over again.”
Walz “deeply apologizes” to CNN. How about to Minnesotans?
“We have not heard from city leadership nor have we heard from Governor Walz about tamping down this violence.”