Markley, van Camp and Robbins | July 16, 2020
M&VC await the return of R, just as New York City awaits the return of the police. Mayor de Blasio claims New York City is safer now, than it’s ever been. Berkeley will have unarmed civilians perform traffic stops. A massive Twitter hack compromised the accounts of Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Kim Kardashian, and several other high level influencers. Another night of “peaceful protests” in Portland ends with more arrests. Chris Cuomo rages at President Trump for the Goya beans photo, and seems to forget his wildly embarrassing interviews with his big brother. Russian cyber hackers are trying to steal coronavirus vaccine info, and 1.3 million people filed for unemployment last week. Speaking of unemployment, Nick Cannon apologizes for anti-Semitic remarks, however, not a word on his racist anti-white remarks.