Tweets Review: Senators to grill FBI Director Christopher Wray over security failures during the January 6 insurrection


  1.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    On this day in 1965, America's military kicks off a three-year air campaign against North Vietnam: Operation Rolling Thunder. By the time it ends in 1968, nearly a million tons of bombs will have been dropped. That's more than the total U.S. tonnage to fall on Nazi Germany.

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  2.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Out on 16th but I got my author's copy today: my new @OspreyBooks book, on Storm-333, the ruthlessly successful operation that kicked off the misconceived and bloody Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Available for pre-order!

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  3.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Senators to grill FBI Director Christopher Wray over security failures during the January 6 insurrection 

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  4.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    France WILL give AstraZeneca jab to over-65s in humiliating U-turn for Emmanuel Macron 

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  5.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the U.S.S.R., celebrates his 90th birthday today.

    He marked his 90th birthday in quarantine and like everyone else is "tired" of coronavirus restrictions, his spokesman said 

  6.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The Trump families escape from criminal prosecution for 40 years shows how unjust the US judicial system is. The Trumps were too rich so they could afford too good lawyers, so the public prosecutors did not find it beneficial for their careers to go after them.

  7.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Can anybody explain to me why it is standard practice to lie about everything (like Trump), while the US sentence a couple of thousand of people to prison for perjury each year? Isn't that hypocrisy?
    Why is truth not considered a value in the US?

  8.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    Two UN human rights experts called Monday for an international investigation into the poisoning of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, and demanded his "immediate release" from a penal colony 

  9.  Michael Novakhov Retweeted

    The big question for US law enforcement & the US judicial system is whether it will be able to prosecute Trump for his many & blatant crimes. Is the US a country of the rule of law or a state captured by a corrupt elite? I am waiting for the answer.

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