As Dennis Prager neatly illustrates, is now really the time for Joe Biden and other leftists to be advocating…
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As Dennis Prager neatly illustrates, is now really the time for Joe Biden and other leftists to be advocating "Defund the Police?"

 

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="664"] Not the Time to Defund Police[/caption]

 

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A Missouri man recently sued Apple for $1 trillion, which, if successful, would make him the richest man on earth, overtaking Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.

Raevon Terrell Parker is suing Apple, claiming the tech giant kept his iPhone 7 after a repair and used “special features” on his phone to develop features in iOS, Apple's mobile operating system. According to news sources, Parker claimed his phone had a special beta version on iOS that gave him special functionality. In his handwritten lawsuit, Parker stated, “The attendant in the Apple Store fixed the device but kept it by deceiving the Plaintiff knowing that it was the first phone to have new features.”

In seeking $1 trillion in damages, Parker justifies the amount by stating he cannot be “compensated for being labeled ‘crazy’”, but that his claim would cover "hospitalizations, travel, distress, humiliation, embarrassment, defamation of character.”

A similar lawsuit filed by Parker in 2019 was unsuccessful.

Source: dmarge.com

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