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Joe Biden Abruptly Cancels G20 Meeting Amid Reports of Serious Health Concerns

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Kyle Becker

President Joe Biden abruptly canceled a G20 meeting on Tuesday, as world leaders gathered in Indonesia to conduct the official business of managing world affairs.

However, the official explanation for Biden’s last minute drop-out has many wondering once again if something is seriously wrong with the president. Watch:

“Breaking news would be that President Biden is missing the G20 leaders dinner,” Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy reported. “He is supposed to be at a supper right now, 8:10 in the evening here in Bali, Indonesia, with everybody that flew in. If you’re the U.S. president, you spent basically two days flying to get here for a dinner like this. You got MBS there, you got Trudeau there. Xi is also there, if anything was left on the table.”

“Yesterday we did hear President Biden tell us that he had a cold and he has tested negative for Covid, despite the Cambodian leader from our last stop being positive now, but we do not know exactly what is going on with the president,” Doocy added. “They called an early lid. So we will keep you posted on what exactly is going on with Biden.”

It was also reported that Biden canceled the leaders’ dinner and is heading back to his hotel.

“Biden skipped tonight’s gala dinner at the G-20 summit and returned to the hotel at 8 pm instead,” Disclose reported.

Biden had taken just four questions at a press conference.

Earlier in Indonesia, Biden was walking very stiffly next to Canadian premier Justin Trudeau, raising questions among observers.


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https://beckernews.com/breaking-joe-biden-abruptly-cancels-g20-meeting-amid-reports-of-serious-health-concerns-47718/

Vandals in Ohio free thousands of minks from farm

An American mink, native to North America, stands on a frozen river bank in winter. Thousands of minks were released from an Ohio farm by vandals on Tuesday evening.

Associated Press

Vandalism freed thousands of mink at a rural northwest Ohio farm, leaving an estimated 10,000 of the small carnivorous mammals unaccounted for Tuesday evening, the local sheriff said.

So many minks were killed crossing a nearby road that a plow was brought in to help clear the carcasses away, said Van Wert County Sheriff Thomas Riggenbach.

The property owner initially estimated 25,000 to 40,000 mink were released from their cages at Lion Farms, Riggenbach said. But he said employees at the farm were able to corral many of the ones that remained on the property, which is less than 15 miles from the Indiana state line.

PROPOSAL WOULD BAN MINK FARMING TO STEM CORONAVIRUS MUTATION

He declined to discuss any potential motive for the overnight vandalism or say whether any suspect has been identified as his office investigates.

A farm manager told WANE-TV that someone left a spray-painted message of the letters “ALF” and the phrase “we’ll be back.”

A group known as the Animal Liberation Front had previously claimed credit for releasing a much smaller number of mink at the farm in a previous incident years ago, the Times Bulletin in Van Wert reported.

‘ZOMBIE MINKS’ IN DENMARK THAT WERE KILLED TO STOP SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS APPEAR TO RISE FROM THEIR GRAVES

Calls to a phone number listed for the farm were unanswered Tuesday, and it wasn’t accepting messages.

The sheriff’s office initially warned residents in the area to be cautious with poultry flocks, small pets and koi ponds that the mink might attack, but it later said the freed mink are considered domesticated and likely lack the skills to survive in the wild.

The sheriff urged people who spot them not to approach them, and to contact the farm or trappers for recapturing. He said residents who want to hunt or trap mink must make sure they understand what related rules and exemptions apply in their area.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/vandals-ohio-free-thousands-minks-farm?intcmp=tw_fnc#