James admitted that the NBA’s reputation has suffered a minor setback, but that 3 million new public portraits of himself have “helped all of us get through a difficult week.”
“LeBron knows we must never be afraid to do the wrong thing or to say the wrong thing or to even think the wrong thing,” said regional Party chief Chen Quanguo. “Friendly sports competition is so important to understand each other.”
CalPERS officially aligns itself with U.S. policy, but draws a bright red trail of dollars to Chinese intercontinental ballistic missiles, Muslim concentration camps, the NBA, and Hunter Biden.
Faced with the President’s refusal to cooperate with the impeachment probe, Democrats will extradite Trump to China so he can be tried in a fair and neutral Communist Party-controlled court.
“I wanted to show my support by letting Democrats buy the zero-cent penny so we can take their money and give it to people who have no money to spend,” said Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey.
Carlos and the other 149 campers start chanting the motto of Camp Agape: “Redistribution sets you free.” Fifteen minutes later, I’m convinced the phrase can never be fully eradicated from my mind and I’m strangely okay with that.
The National Treasury chief said there’s no room on the bill to illustrate its actual value, but the portrait of Marx is “more important than the Yankee imperialist concept of worth.”