MAGA protester punched by Black woman security guard fired by UMass Hospital

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Therese Duke’s identity was exposed by her 18-year-old daughter on social media

The white woman caught on tape getting into a physical altercation with a Black female security guard the evening before the Capitol riots lost her job at UMass Hospital. The termination occurred after her daughter went viral for exposing her identity on social media.

On January 5th, Therese Duke and a group of pro-Trump protesters that included other family members were filmed harassing Ashanti Smith, a security guard working at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington D.C.

Photo: FreedomNews.TV
Photo: FreedomNews.TV

After Duke made a failed attempt to grab

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Portuguese hospitals under pressure as COVID-19 cases reach record

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FILE PHOTO: A general view of the cabinets’ hallway where medical workers receive the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine at Santa Maria hospital in Lisbon, Portugal, December 28, 2020. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes/File Photo

LISBON (Reuters) – Portugal’s fragile health system is under growing pressure due to a worrying rise in coronavirus infections, with the country reporting 10,947 new cases and 166 deaths on Saturday, the worst surge since the pandemic started last year.

The cases, which come a day after a new lockdown was put in place, bring the total number of cases in a country of just over 10 million

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China builds 1,500-room hospital in 5 days amid COVID-19 surge

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China is throwing up instant hospitals again to deal with its latest surge of COVID-19 patients.

A 1,500-room hospital to treat people with the coronavirus was finished Saturday after just five days of construction. The hospital is one of six with a total of 6,500 rooms being built in Nangong, south of Beijing in Hebei province, The Associated Press reported. Another 3,000-room hospital is under construction in Shijiazhuang, the capital of the Hebei province.

After largely containing the virus that emerged in the central city of Wuhan in December 2019, China is seeing a new wave of infections that

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