What the Hell Happened This Week? – Week of 12/5/2021

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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah published this video item, entitled “What the Hell Happened This Week? – Week of 12/5/2021” – below is their description.

Fox’s Christmas tree gets torched. Biden calls for diplomatic boycott on Beijing Olympics. Another confederate statue comes down. Here’s what happened this week. #DailyShow

0:00 – FAILED FAKE ARM ANTI-VAX SCHEME, OLYMPICS DIPLOMATIC BOYCOTT & MASS ZOOM FIRINGS

10:37 – BIDEN WARNS PUTIN NOT TO INVADE UKRAINE & A KKK LEADER’S STATUE FINALLY COMES DOWN

13:40 – CHINA’S MOON DISCOVERY, FOX’S TORCHED CHRISTMAS TREE & FINLAND PM’S NIGHT OUT

19:31 – BORIS JOHNSON PARTIED DURING LOCKDOWN & HILLARY REVEALS HER WOULD-BE VICTORY SPEECH

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