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Image of the Day: Trust In Media Plummets to New Low

Here's something that ought to terrify the self-appointed gatekeepers of our national discourse in the mainstream media.  Amid their widespread campaign of censorship, especially conservative and libertarian voices, trust in media overall has plummeted to a new low, falling below 50% for the first time ever:

 

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January 22, 2021 • 12:35 PM

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Wednesday, November 03 2010

A Northwest Florida man was arrested a day after he robbed a bank at gunpoint.
 
Jorman Sampaio, 26, walked into the Union State Bank carrying a silver handgun.  After making the employees get on the floor, Sampaio left with about $6,000.  On his way out the door, he dropped a surgical-style glove on the bank floor.  While the investigators combed the scene, a man found a wallet in the street near the bank.
 
Investigators used the image from Sampaio’s ID card to create a photo lineup, from which employees identified him with relative certainty to be the bank robber.  When lawmen executed a search warrant at his home, they found a surgical glove consistent with the one found at the bank, a silver semi-automatic handgun and cash.
 
Sampaio was booked into the county jail. 
 
—Source:  nwfdailynews.com

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