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If your head isn't exploding, you aren't paying attention: Pentagon exempts Ukraine operations from potential government shutdown --Training of Ukrainian solders, weapons shipments would continue as Americans would go without services | 22 Sept 2023 | The Pentagon will exempt its Ukraine operations from a potential shutdown if lawmakers can't agree on a deal to fund the government by the end of the month, allowing key training and other activities [billions in weapons to foment WWIII] in support of Kiev's forces to move ahead uninterrupted, according to a Defense Department spokesperson. Washington is more resigned to the looming government shutdown every day. As the Sept. 30 deadline approaches, congressional leaders showed little progress this week in moving a stopgap funding bill to avert that scenario. The House was in chaos on Thursday as a group of GOP hardliners tanked a vote that could have offered a path to fund the government. The move means that the U.S. military’s activities related to the war, such as training of Ukrainian soldiers on American tactics and equipment, as well as shipments of weapons to Kyiv, will continue despite any potential shutdown.
McCarthy vows to strip Ukraine money from Pentagon bill after Greene 'no' vote | 22 Sept 2023 | Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) announced Friday that he will strip funding for Ukraine out of a Pentagon spending bill after Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) joined conservatives in blocking the legislation from advancing earlier this week. McCarthy said he would remove the $300 million for Ukraine currently in the Pentagon appropriations bill and hold a separate vote on the funding. "It would be out and voted on by itself," McCarthy said when asked about the Ukraine aid in the Pentagon appropriations bill. The Speaker's announcement comes one day after a band of five conservatives opposed a procedural vote for the Pentagon appropriations bill, sinking the effort and preventing the legislation from moving forward. It was the second time this week that hard-liners blocked the funding bill from advancing.
U.S. Spy Plane Flew Near Crimea During Ukraine Missile Attack | 22 Sept 2023 | At the time of the missile attack, a US Navy Boeing P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft was in the area of the Black Sea coast. The reconnaissance aircraft was circling the area for about two days prior to the attack. Aircarft of this type are regularly stationed off the Crimean coast, along with RQ-4 Global Hawk high-altitude reconnaissance planes and US Air Force E-3A Sentry long-range radar detection aircraft. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) code of the aircraft is AE683C. In addition, the same reconnaissance aircraft was noticed over the Barents Sea on September 18 and over the Baltic Sea near Russia's Kaliningrad Region on September 19 and 21.
Ukraine to get first US tank deliveries next week - Biden --Biden also announced a new aid package to Kiev, but it didn't include long-range ATACMS missiles | 22 Sept 2023 | Joe Biden announced that the first American Abrams M1 tanks would reach Ukraine within days as he met with his Ukrainian counterpart, Vladimir Zelensky, at the White House. “Next week, the first US Abrams tanks will be delivered in Ukraine,” Biden promised after the talks on Thursday. The US leader said he had also “approved the next tranche of security assistance” for Kiev. The Pentagon later valued the package at $325 million, saying it includes air defenses, ammunition for HIMARS multiple rocket launchers, anti-tank weapons, and artillery rounds.
Journalist Jack Posobiec added to infamous Ukrainian 'kill list' | 18 Sept 2023 | Human Events Senior Editor and host of Human Events Daily Jack Posobiec has been added to an infamous Ukrainian "kill list" that has also targeted Tucker Carlson, Elon Musk, and Glenn Greenwald in the past. The list, called "Myrovorets," which translates roughly to "Peacemaker," calls for retribution against perceived enemies of Ukraine. The list refers to Posobiec as an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist" and "provocateur." In response to the threat, Posobiec said, "After the collapse of his counteroffensive, Zelensky's biggest threat isn't me, it's his own intelligence services. Hope you don't get put on the CIA's Early Retirement Plan, Volod. Drop the receipts on the Bidens and we'll find you a nice McMansion in Sarasota." "Ukraine has added Human Events host and conservative US influencer Jack Posobiec to their 'Myrovorets' hitlist. The list also includes slain Russian journalist Darya Dugina (now "liquidated") and briefly included Elon Musk" Ian Miles Cheong posted on X.
House conservatives sink vote on advancing Pentagon funding bill | 19 Sept 2023 | Hard-line conservatives in the House sank a procedural vote on a Pentagon funding bill Tuesday, a significant setback for Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). Five Republicans joined Democrats in voting against the rule for the appropriations bill, bringing the final vote to 212-214 -- short of the majority support needed. The conservative opposition -- Reps. Dan Bishop (N.C.), Ralph Norman (S.C.), Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Matt Rosendale (Mont.) and Ken Buck (Colo.) -- prevents the House from debating the legislation on the floor and, subsequently, voting on whether to pass it. The failed vote came hours after House GOP leadership pulled a procedural vote on the conference's proposal for a short-term funding bill amid opposition from conservatives -- another setback for McCarthy.
Zelensky met with Larry Fink of BlackRock and had secret NYC meeting with private equity bosses at JPMorgan, Google and Blackstone to discuss rebuilding Ukraine | 20 Sept 2023 | Volodymyr Zelensky attended a secret roundtable in New York City with the nation's top financiers, including private equity bosses at JPMorgan, Google and Blackstone to discuss rebuilding war-torn Ukraine. The meeting was hosted by the nation's largest bank, JPMorgan, on Wednesday evening, and included Google CEO Eric Schmidt, billionaire Mike Bloomberg, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman. The former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and billionaire Barry Sternlicht were also in attendance, sources told CNN. Hours earlier, Zelensky met with Larry Fink, CEO of the world's largest asset manager BlackRock to discuss how to attract US private sector money for the rebuilding effort, According Fox News. Zelensky is scheduled to meet with Joe Biden [another WEF-installed dirt-bag] later this week to discuss US aid to Ukraine.
DHS Approved Hundreds of Thousands of Migrants for Secretive Foreign Flights Directly Into U.S. Airports, New Records Show | 21 Sep 2023 | A little-known part of the Biden administration's CBP One parole program permits inadmissible aliens to make an appointment to fly directly to airports in the interior of the United States, bypassing the border altogether. Partial data on the program, just obtained by the Center for immigration Studies pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act request, reveals that more than 200,000 people from four countries have used this direct-flight and parole program over the past year. ...One of the least noticed, mysterious, and potentially the most controversial of the new re-channeling programs that use the CBP One app allows migrants to take commercial passenger flights from foreign countries straight to their American cities of choice, flying right over the border -- and even over Mexico. For this measure, Cubans, Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, Haitians, and Colombians -- while they are still in countries south of Mexico -- request "advance travel authorizations" through the same CBP One mobile app and take commercial flights (“at their own expense”) directly into U.S. airports, where U.S. Customs officers parole them into the nation, sight unseen, and in numbers publicly unknown. Here, migrants flying directly into America go uncounted in the monthly Border Patrol tallies, unnoticed, and without media inquiry, virtually all information about it almost hermetically sealed. But records obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies as part of ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation against U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) show these migrant flights have brought significant numbers of migrants into U.S. cities over most of the past year...The records show that between late October 2022 and mid-September 2023, the administration approved a total of 221,456 Venezuelans, Haitians, Cubans, and Nicaraguans for "travel mode: air" into still-unspecified interior U.S. ports.
Nine-Eleven by Hibbeler Productions - Full Documentary Posted by Pirate Pete. | 20 Sept 2023 | Controlled demolition is only part of the story...DEWs were used to turn the buildings to dust as the collapsed. There should have been 13 floors of debris left over from the 110 floors that came down. There wasn't enough debris piled up (less than three stories); therefore, the DEWs used dustified the buildings. (Video)
U.S. will again offer free at-home Covid tests starting Monday | 20 Sept 2023 | The Biden regime on Wednesday said it will resume offering free at-home Covid tests to American households Monday as the virus gains a stronger foothold nationwide. Americans will soon be able to use COVIDtests.gov to request four free tests, the administration said in a release. The government had offered free test kits through that website since January 2022, but the site stopped taking orders June 1 of this year to conserve supplies of the tests. The government is relaunching the program in time for the fall and winter when the virus typically spreads at higher levels. Covid hospitalizations have already increased for eight straight weeks -- an uptick primarily driven by newer strains of the virus. [Translation: it's election season, and the fear needs to be ramped up so mail-in ballots can be used once again, to rig another "election."]
FDA Refuses to Change Anti-Ivermectin Statements After Court Ruling --Anti-ivermectin statements made by the FDA are not being changed, even after an appeals court ruled against the agency. | 17 Sept 2023 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is refusing to change its statements against ivermectin, even after a court said it acted outside of its authority when it told people to stop using it to treat COVID-19. The U.S. appeals court said that the FDA's statements, including one telling people to "stop" using ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment, went beyond the authority conferred on the agency by Congress. "FDA can inform, but it has identified no authority allowing it to recommend consumers 'stop' taking medicine," U.S. Circuit Judge Don Willett wrote in the Sept. 1 ruling. Two weeks later, FDA social media posts and a key webpage remain unchanged.
More Hospitals Across the U.S. Are Bringing Back Mask Mandates | 18 Sept 2023 | A handful of hospitals in multiple states announced this week that COVID-19 mask mandates will be reimplemented as officials cite an increase in COVID-19 cases. On Sept. 15, the Baystate Health system in Massachusetts announced that it would require masks for anyone entering patient rooms or patient care areas. That includes doctors, nurses, visitors, and patients, it said. Also on Sept. 15, the University of Chicago Medical Center in Illinois told CBS Chicago and other local media that mask mandates will be in effect for workers who are in direct contact with patients... In Pennsylvania, Mount Nittany Health stated on Sept. 14 that it would mandate that employees wear masks while engaging with patients. The mandate will run until Sept. 29, according to a news release cited by a local outlet, and it doesn't include a mandate for visitors or patients.
Congress to release new evidence, testimony in Biden case to back up IRS whistleblowers | 21 Sept 2023 | The chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee tells Just the News he plans to soon make public new testimony that corroborates IRS whistleblowers' accounts of interference in the Hunter Biden probe and new evidence to support the nascent impeachment inquiry against Joe Biden. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-Mo.) said Thursday his panel will hold a vote to make the new information available, including testimonies from two IRS agents who back the accounts of whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler about slow-walking and interference in the Hunter Biden tax case. "We had witnesses that we subpoenaed in the last two weeks that we've interviewed -- two IRS whistleblowers that came forward," Smith told the Just the News, No Noise TV show. "And guess what? They confirmed what Mr. Shapley and Mr. Ziegler had said. These witnesses have not denied anything that our two IRS whistleblowers have said."
Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez facing indictment on bribery charges | 22 Sept 2023 | Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez is being charged with bribery offenses in a federal indictment out of the Southern District of New York to be unsealed Friday, prosecutors announced. "Today, I'm announcing that my office has obtained a three count indictment charging Senator Robert Menendez, his wife, Nadine Menendez, and three New Jersey businessmen, Wael Hana, Jose Uribe and Fred Daibes for bribery offenses, U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said at a press conference late Friday morning. NBC News 4 reported Monday that the FBI and IRS criminal investigators are attempting to determine if Menendez or his wife had taken up to $400,000 worth of gold bars from Fred Daibes, a New Jersey developer and former bank chairman, or his associates in a swap for Menendez reaching out to the Justice Department to aid the "admitted felon" accused of banking crimes.
UAW extends strike against U.S. automakers, 38 more facilities in 20 states --The 146,000-member union began its strike a week ago. | 22 Sept 2023 | The United Auto Workers union on Friday expanded its strike against major U.S. automakers, with workers walking out of 38 General Motors and Stellantis parts-distribution centers in 20 states. The 146,000-member union began its strike a week ago, with 13,000 members striking at Ford Motor Co.'s Michigan Assembly plant in Wayne; General Motors Co.'s Wentzville Assembly plant, in Missouri; and Stellantis NV's Jeep plant, in Toledo, Ohio, are all on strike. The expanded strike will result in roughly 5,600 more workers leaving the job.
Breaking: Texas AG Paxton acquitted on 8 articles of impeachment --The verdict was decided by 30 senators, of whom 12 are Democrats and the rest Republican. | 16 Sept 2023 | The Texas Senate voted on Saturday to acquit Attorney General Ken Paxton on eight of the 16 articles of impeachment that had been voted against him by the Texas House of Representatives. The votes were decided on by 30 senators, of whom 12 are Democrats and the rest Republican. The 31st Texas senator is the wife of Paxton, who was not allowed to vote in the proceedings.Paxton faced 16 articles of impeachment that alleged he used his power and office to help donor-investor Nate Paul work through legal difficulties. He was also accused of accepting bribes in the form of renovations to his home. One of the articles of impeachment was about a job from Nate Paul for a woman with whom Paxton was having an extramarital affair. The GOP-led House voted to impeach Paxton earlier this year.
Armed Man Posing as Federal Agent Arrested at RFK Jr. Event in Los Angeles --After the incident involving an armed man allegedly claiming to be a U.S. Marshal, Mr. Kennedy Jr. renewed his call for Secret Service protection. | 16 Sept 2023 | An armed man was arrested by police at an event attended by Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Photos provided to The Epoch Times show the man, who was wearing a shirt with "EMS" on the back, being held in handcuffs by police officers outside the event venue in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon. Multiple police vehicles were at the scene. Mr. Kennedy Jr. was scheduled to speak at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre, located at 4401 West 8th Street, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. The Los Angeles Police Department told The Epoch Times it received a call at around 4:30 p.m. reporting that a male was in front of the event venue with "a badge on their lapel, a gun, and a shoulder holster, and claimed to be a U.S. Marshal."
Ukrainian army decimated by losses - conscription officer --Only 10-20% of those drafted in Poltava Region last fall are still fighting against Russia, Vitaly Berezhny was quoted as saying | 16 Sept 2023 | Up to nine out of ten Ukrainian draftees who joined the army a year ago were either killed or wounded in action, a senior conscription officer in the Poltava Region said on Friday, according to local media. Speaking at a meeting of Poltava City Council, Lt. Colonel Vitaly Berezhny, who serves as acting head of the territorial center of recruitment and social support, admitted that local authorities are struggling with their conscription campaign, having fulfilled the mobilization plan by only 13%, which puts the city in last place in the whole region. Berezhny was quoted by local media outlet Poltavshina as saying the military urgently needs reinforcements, as "out of 100 people who joined the units last fall, 10-20 remain, the rest are dead, wounded or disabled."
Mike Pence Says U.S. Military May Have to Fight if Ukraine Loses War to Russia | 16 Sept 2023 | In a recent town hall appearance, Republican presidential candidate [and deep-state traitor] Mike Pence made a concerning statement that should give every American pause. Pence told NewsNation host Leland Vittert that if Ukraine fails to repel the Russian invasion, the U.S. military might have to step in under the NATO Treaty. "I'm convinced that if the Ukrainian military doesn’t stop and repel that Russian invasion, it’s not going to be too long before that Russian army crosses a border that our men and women in uniform are going to have to go and fight (for) under our NATO Treaty. I truly believe it," Pence said. However, according to NATO, "Ukraine is not a NATO member. Ukraine is a NATO partner country, which means that it cooperates closely with NATO but it is not covered by the security guarantee in the Alliance's founding treaty."
COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines Reduce Immune Response to Other Infections, Potential Concern of Immune Deficiency | 14 Sept 2023 | A ;recent study on the immune effects of Pfizer's COVID-19 mRNA vaccine has scientists raising concerns about vaccine-acquired immune deficiencies. Vaccine-acquired immune deficiency syndrome (VAIDS) is a new colloquial term coined by researchers and health practitioners since the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Although VAIDS isn't recognized as a medical condition, some experts believe that the COVID-19 vaccines may impair or suppress immune responses. While the new study, published in Frontiers in Immunology, doesn't use the term VAIDS, the researchers recognized "a general decrease in cytokine and chemokine responses" to bacteria, fungi, and non-COVID viruses in children after COVID-19 vaccination.
Mass migrant releases begin in San Diego as border overwhelmed: 'You're free' --Video shows hundreds of migrants from countries as far as China released onto San Diego streets | 15 Sept 2023 | Border Patrol agents in San Diego are releasing hundreds of illegal immigrants onto city streets as it struggles to deal with a surge of migrants into the area – just after similar releases had started in Arizona. Video out of San Diego shows hundreds of migrants being released from buses, with migrants from China and Pakistan onto the streets. A conversation in the video shows a migrant speaking to a Border Patrol agent, who tells him he can do whatever he wants now. "You’re free to go on and do wherever you want. You're free," the agent says. "It’s no problem if I go to Chicago?" the migrant asks. "You can do whatever you want," the agent says.
'The Bush Era Ends Today in the State of Texas!' - Ken Paxton's Attorney Goes Off on RINO Coup After Prosecution Offers No Evidence of a Crime as Senate Trial Ends | 16 Sept 2023 | Texas RINOs, including Bush and Rove allies, want Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton gone. So they made up some accusations against him without evidence in an attempt to impeach him. Attorney General Ken Paxton is the one man who has stood up against the Democrat-Marxist onslaught in the great state of Texas. Democrats and Secret Sleeper Republicans hate him for this. On Tuesday, the Texas Senate opened the impeachment trial of Attorney General Ken Paxton, which could result in his removal from office. The Republican-led Texas House in May impeached highly popular Attorney General Ken Paxton over allegations of misconduct. The 20 articles include "bribery, unfitness for office and abuse of public trust" - according to The Associated Press.
Final Three Men Acquitted and Break Down Crying in Junk Whitmer Kidnapping Case That Was Hatched, Planned, Funded, and Executed by FBI in Vicious Plot Against Innocent Michigan Men | 15 Sept 2023 | Twin brothers William and Michael Null, along with Eric Molitor, were acquitted on Friday by an Antrim County, Michigan, jury on charges of providing material support for a terrorist act and illegally possessing firearms. The three men faced up to 20 years in prison for their alleged crimes. Eric Molitor cried in court today after the verdict was read. The entire plot was hatched, planned, paid for, and executed by paid FBI informants. The FBI informants pushed the violent plans to kidnap Whitmer... In an October 2020 press conference, the FBI announced it had thwarted a plot by a so-called right-wing militia to kidnap and kill Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D). The Whitmer kidnapping plot was in the media 24/7 and used to bludgeon Trump with just a few weeks to go until Election Day. The FBI used at least 12 informants in the Michigan Whitmer kidnapping case.
Florida GOP Removes Loyalty Oath Primary Condition Which Trump Opposed --The Florida Republican Party's executive committee voted to get rid of a controversial loyalty oath requirement for primary candidates. | 16 Sept 2023 | Leaders of the Republican Party of Florida voted to eliminate a loyalty oath requirement for participation in the state's primary, marking a victory for former President Donald Trump in his attempt to beat Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and other challengers in the race for the 2024 nomination. The former commander-in-chief said he wouldn't sign such a pledge, which was added to the party bylaws just months ago. Now it won't disqualify him as he gears up to compete in the delegate-rich state. A spokesperson for Governor Ron DeSantis told The Epoch Times that the opposition to the pledge was surprising.
Jack Smith wants a gag order against Donald Trump in Jan. 6 case | 15 Sept 2023 | Special counsel Jack Smith has asked a judge to issue a gag order to former President Donald Trump in his Jan. 6 case to prevent him from publicly attacking major figures in the case. "The defendant's past conduct, including conduct that has taken place after and as a direct result of the indictment in this case, amply demonstrates the need for this order," reads a filing from prosecutors that Politico obtained. Trump in August pleaded not guilty to all charges in Smith's Jan. 6 case, which included counts of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government, threatening constitutional rights, conspiring to obstruct an official proceeding, and obstruction of an official proceeding.
Breaking: CLG News Founder Michael Rectenwald Launches Presidential Bid as Libertarian by Legitgov | 15 Sept 2023 | CLG News Founder, Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D., has entered the 2024 U.S. presidential race as a Libertarian. Rectenwald, 64, is an author, scholar, and pundit. In a campaign email, Rectenwald stated: "I am officially announcing my candidacy for President of the United States and seeking the Libertarian Party's nomination for office... [As an NYU professor] in the fall of 2016, I dared to speak out about the 'social justice' madness on campuses across the U.S. and was promptly savaged by the woke mob. I was a target of 'cancel culture' before the term was even invented. These social justice radicals forced me to see the light. I became a hardcore Libertarian and a champion for liberty, and haven't looked back." Rectenwald told CLG exclusively: "As the founder of CLG News, I’m running to wrest power from the corrupt, incompetent, and tyrannical federal government and to restore it to the people."
Judge Halts New York Attorney General's Fraud Trial Against Trump | 15 Sept 2023 | A New York appeals court judge halted the scheduled Oct. 2 trial in New York Attorney General Letitia James's fraud lawsuit against former President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization, a spokesman for the court confirmed Thursday. State Justice David Friedman, with the 1st Department of the New York Supreme Court Appellate Division, granted an interim stay of the trial--slated to start Oct. 2--and referred the matter to a five-judge panel, which expects to rule in the last week of September, a spokesperson said. He also ordered the full appeals court to consider a reported lawsuit that President Trump had filed against the trial judge, Arthur Engoron, on an expedited basis. President Trump’s lawyers had raised issue with Judge Engoron's refusal to grant a request for a three-week trial delay, which he said was "completely without merit." They also asked the judge to pause the trial until he issues a ruling on the statute of limitations regarding certain claims in Ms. James's lawsuit, it was reported.
Justice Alito temporarily pauses order restricting Biden administration's social media contacts | 14 Sept 2023 | Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito paused an order restricting the Biden administration's communications with social media companies after lower courts ruled officials engaged in censorship practices. Alito's temporary hold on a federal judge's July 4 ruling comes after the Justice Department asked the high court to stay the decision, arguing it infringes on the First Amendment rights of government officials and impedes their duties. The preliminary injunction is short-lived. Alito's order noted it would be stayed until 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 22. Responses to the government's application are due Sept. 20.
White House Demands Media Outlets Target Republicans With More 'Scrutiny' Over Biden Impeachment Probe | 14 Sept 2023 | The White House has asked media outlets to subject House Republicans to greater scrutiny after they launched an impeachment inquiry against President [sic] Joe Biden, focusing on allegations of corruption. In a memo to media outlets obtained by The Epoch Times, White House spokesperson Ian Sams said, "It's time for the media to ramp up its scrutiny of House Republicans for opening an impeachment inquiry based on lies." Mr. Sams said in the memo that Congressional Republicans have for years tried to "muddy the waters" by making supposedly spurious allegations against Joe Biden and attracting media coverage that only serves to "generate confusion, put false premises in people's feeds, and obscure the truth."
Whistleblower alleges CIA offered officials money to change view of COVID origins | 12 Sept 2023 | A whistleblower from the CIA told Congress that the agency offered officials on a team investigating COVID-19 origins "significant monetary incentive" to change their positions, from that it originated out of a leak from the Wuhan lab to "unable to determine" the origins, Fox News Digital has learned. Fox News Digital obtained letters House Coronavirus Subcommittee Chairman Brad Wenstrup and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Turner sent to the Central Intelligence Agency and a former official. "The Select Committee on the Coronavirus Pandemic and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence have received new and concerning whistleblower testimony regarding the Agency's investigation into the origins of COVID-19," Wenstrup and Turner wrote to CIA Director William Burns Tuesday. "A multi-decade, senior-level, current Agency officer has come forward to provide information to the Committees regarding the Agency’s analysis into the origins of COVID-19," they wrote.
California quietly disavows medical misinformation law before courts can strike it down --Repeal provision slipped into Medical Board of California reform bill in recent weeks, but no one is taking credit for it. 9th Circuit questioned law's constitutionality this summer. | 12 Sept 2023 | California's COVID-19 medical misinformation law, which threatens the licenses of doctors who deviate from a fluctuating "scientific consensus" in conversations with patients, got a frosty reception in front of trial and appeals courts this year. Signed into law by Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom nearly a year ago, AB 2098 may not exist by the time judges get around to deciding its constitutionality. A provision to repeal the law was apparently added to Senate Bill 815, which makes changes to the Medical Board of California, in late August or early September with the legislative session winding down. Nobody seems to know, or is willing to say, how it got there.
Moscow Slams Inclusion of Kim Jong Un in Ukrainian 'State Enemy' Database | 15 Sept 2023 | ''North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's inclusion in the Ukrainian neo-Nazi [and CIA-backed] website Myrotvorets (Peacemaker) is another provocation by Kiev and a vain attempt to intimidate everyone,'' Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Galuzin said on Friday. The Myrotvorets website has taken the liberty of disclosing the personal information of journalists, military personnel from the recently annexed Russian territories, and various other individuals whom the creators of the website deem as "adversaries of Ukraine." People on the database often received threats from Ukrainian nationalists after their contact details were disclosed on the website. "Once again, the Kiev regime seeks to provoke and instill fear in us all. However, their attempts are futile, just like everything that the Myrotvorets website and its supporters from the Kiev regime stand for." Galuzin told reporters.
Julian Assange: more than 60 Australian MPs urge US to let WikiLeaks founder walk free --MPs from major parties say continued extradition and prosecution would be 'unjust' and lead to an 'outcry' in Australia | 13 Sept 2023 | More than 60 Australian federal politicians have explicitly called on the US to drop the prosecution of Julian Assange, warning of "a sharp and sustained outcry in Australia" if the WikiLeaks founder is extradited. With a ;small cross-party delegation due to fly to Washington next week, the Guardian can reveal the lobbying trip has won the open support of 63 members of Australia's House of Representatives and Senate. In a letter, the 63 MPs and senators said they stood in support of the trip to the US and were "resolutely of the view that the prosecution and incarceration of the Australian citizen Julian Assange must end."
Train car carrying toxic perchloric acid explodes in Nebraska rail yard: Evacuation orders issued for four mile radius as huge plume of smoke fills sky above North Platte --Authorities are asking people living near a railroad in North Platte, Nebraska, to evacuate after a rail car carrying& perchloric acid exploded --Footage near the city shows toxic white smoke billowing into the air, as emergency teams try to contain the blaze --The fire erupted inside a stationary railcar situated at the Union Pacific Railroad Bailey Yards, which is the largest railroad yard in the world | 15 Sept 2023 | A train carrying toxic perchloric acid has exploded in a Nebraska rail yard, prompting evacuation orders to be issued, as huge plumes are seen engulfing the city. The incident happened on Union Pacific Railroad tracks in the city of North Platte earlier today. North Platte Volunteer Fire Department announced that they would order those living in the area to evacuate due to the toxic smoke from the railroad.
Hunter Biden Indicted on Felony Gun Charges --Hunter Biden has been indicted on felony firearm charges in a federal court in Delaware. | 14 Sept 2023 | Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden has been indicted in a federal court in Delaware on felony gun charges. Court documents filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware on Sept. 14 show that Mr. Hunter Biden was indicted on three counts in connection with allegations that he made false statements to a gun dealer and possessed a firearm while using drugs. Two of the counts relate to allegations that Mr. Biden "knowingly made a false and fictitious written statement, intended and likely to deceive" a gun dealer when he sought to buy a firearm in October 2018.
Tyranny Takes Hold in America: Reporter Owen Shroyer Sentenced to 60 Days in Prison for Speech Crimes - DOJ Says 'Shroyer Helped Create January 6' Through His Speech | 12 Sept 2023 | Infowars reporter and War Room host Owen Shroyer was sentenced to 60 days in prison -- Owen stood outside the Capitol and warned Trump supporters not to go inside the U.S. Capitol. Owen also frequently spoke out against the stolen 2020 election. DOJ prosecutors sought prison time against Owen for this speech crime. For this he was sentenced to 60 days in prison.
Trump soars past Biden in key swing states - poll | 15 Sept 2023 | Former President Donald Trump has staked out clear leads against President Joe Biden in key swing states that could hand him the 2024 presidential election. At the national level, Trump and Biden tied with 39% support each in a recent Reuters/Ipsos survey. In the American electoral system, however, it is not the popular vote winner that necessarily claims the White House. Rather, one must claim a majority of votes in the Electoral College, which in practice go to the winner of the state the electors represent. In the key swing states of Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada, and Michigan, Trump notched a 6% lead over Biden, 41% to 35%. A further 24% were undecided.
Libertarians Want Control Over Joe Biden, Mitch McConnell | 12 Sept 2023 | The U.S. Libertarian Party has filed for conservatorships for President [sic] Joe Biden and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, referring to them as "geriatric elites" mentally unfit to properly serve the American populace. Biden, already the oldest living president at age 80, currently plans to run for reelection and, if successful, would be 82 at the beginning of his second term and 86 at its conclusion. He has been ridiculed for myriad gaffes and rambling statements, including mixing up Ukrainians and Iranians as well as referencing dead lawmakers in speeches. McConnell, 81, has represented Kentucky in the Senate since 1985. Calls for his resignation ramped up following two separate but similar incidents in which the lawmaker froze in public--once on July 26 while addressing reporters in the U.S. Capitol, and more recently on August 30 in Covington, Kentucky, as a reporter asked if he would seek reelection in 2024.
House Republicans launch probe into Biden administration's handling of Maui 'wildfires' | 15 Sept 2023 | House Republicans on Friday announced the start of a probe into the Biden administration's handling of the devastating
GOP Rep. Emmer Introduces Legislation to Block Federal Reserve from Issuing CBDCs in Any Form, Citing Surveillance Risks and Monetary Policy Concerns | 13 Sept 2023 | House Majority Whip Tom Emmer (MN-06) reintroduced his flagship legislation, the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) Anti-Surveillance State Act, signaling a strong countermove against the Biden regime's overreach into Americans' financial privacy. Emmer has rallied a significant bloc of 50 original Republican co-sponsors, underscoring the concern among conservatives about the implications of a government-issued digital currency. At the core of this legislation is the principle that a Central Bank Digital Currency, unlike decentralized cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, would give the federal government unprecedented powers to monitor and control individual financial transactions.
Pandemic unemployment fraud as high as $135B, watchdog says | 12 Sept 2023 | Fraudulent unemployment insurance payouts during the pandemic amounted to $100 billion to $135 billion, according to an estimate from the Government Accountability Office included in a report released on Tuesday. The congressional watchdog produced the estimate based on sampling of pandemic unemployment insurance payouts and the use of a statistical model that took fraud risks into account. According to the report, as of May 1, just $1.2 billion in fraudulent overpayments have been recovered by states. The Department of Labor, in reply comments dated Aug. 28, 2023 that were included in the report, said GAO's model "likely overestimates the level of fraud," and took issue with the sampling methodology.
Insane in the membrane: California bill forces companies to report all emissions, even from contractors --Companies that fail to submit verifiable inventories or have errors in their inventories could face $500,000 fines and litigation from the California Department of Justice | 12 Sept 2023 | Under a new emissions law waiting to be signed into law by California Gov. Gavin Newsom, emissions could be counted multiple times over as companies are forced to submit costly inventories of all emissions, even commuting and emissions from contractors. Critics say this bill will drive vertical integration under larger corporations that would stop doing business with smaller companies that struggle to measure their greenhouse gas emissions. SB 253, authored by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, would require companies with over $1 billion in revenue doing business in the state to count and report all emissions from the company, its subsidiaries, and every source of indirect emissions from up and down the value chain -- from emissions created by the production of the energy used by the company all the way to employee commuting and emissions from the company's contractors.
Biden admin pledges $520 million to make Ukraine's energy infrastructure 'cleaner, more resilient' --The secretary also said the U.S. is investing $665.5 million in security assistance and $206 million in humanitarian assistance. | 10 Sept 2023 | The Biden administration pledged to invest $520 million in Ukraine's energy infrastructure as part of a new aid package totaling more than $1 billion. Additionally, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the U.S. is investing $665.5 million for Ukraine's military and civilian security assistance and $206 million in humanitarian assistance, mostly for refugees who have been displaced by the war. Since February 2022, Blinken said the U.S. has committed more than $43 billion in security assistance to Kyiv. Washington has approved $135 billion worth of aid to Ukraine since the war began, according to a report last month from the Center for Strategic & International Studies. [How much did the Biden regime appropriate for those who lost everything in the Directed Energy Weapon attack in Lahaina?]
U.S. Plunder of Syria Continues as Convoys Smuggle 95 Tankers' Worth of Crude From Country | 10 Sept 2023 | The United States operates about a dozen illegal military bases in Syria, most of them concentrated in energy and food-rich areas of the country east of the Euphrates, which contain about nine-tenths of the war-torn nation's oil and gas resources. Damascus estimates total damage to its hydrocarbons industry of over $100 billion. U.S. forces in Syria reportedly smuggled a combined 95 tankers' worth of crude oil out of the country using two different convoys over the weekend. Sources in the al-Yaroubia countryside in al-Hasakah province told local media Sunday that 40 tankers of crude oil were shipped to Iraq from the al-Jazeera oil fields using the illegal Mahmoudiya border crossing. The sources also said that a separate convoy of 55 oil tankers, also from the al-Jazeera fields, was smuggled through the same crossing within the same 24-hour window.
U.S. considering assassination of Niger coup leaders - Moscow --Washington's spooks are returning to their old methods, Russia's foreign intelligence agency has claimed | 7 Sept 2023 | The U.S. government is considering whether to assassinate the leaders of the new military administration in Niger, which seized power in late July, the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) has warned. While the White House is “not satisfied” with events in the former French colony, it does not want to rely on military intervention by Niger's regional neighbors, the assessment released by the SVR on Thursday claimed. Washington considers that a "wetwork" solution by a proxy would be preferable to military action by the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the Russian agency said. ECOWAS has threatened to invade Niger to restore its ousted president Mohamed Bazoum to office, but has yet to act. French President Emmanuel Macron said last week that his nation would support military action by the bloc.
China claims ownership of the Taiwan Strait. Canada just sailed a warship through it --Canada made the journey along with the USS Ralph Johnson, a U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer | 9 Sept 2023 | After months of secretive planning, and preparing the crew to defend their ship if necessary, the Royal Canadian Navy has transited the Taiwan Strait. As HMCS Ottawa entered the busy and strategically critical body of water at sunrise, it was flanked by three Chinese warships armed with missiles and torpedoes. They mirrored Ottawa's moves for the entire 17-hour crossing. Canada made the journey along with the USS Ralph Johnson, a U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer, in what both countries describe as a freedom of navigation exercise. CBC News was aboard the ship as it made the transit.
West using Zelensky's Jewish heritage to distract from Nazism in Ukraine - Putin | 5 Sept 2023 | Using Vladimir Zelensky's Jewish heritage to cover for the culpability of Ukrainian nationalists in the Holocaust during WWII is disgusting, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday, adding that the followers of Stepan Bandera were responsible for the killing of 1.5 million Jews. "I think it's important to repeat that Western handlers placed at the head of modern Ukraine an ethnic Jew, a man of Jewish background, with Jewish roots -- in this way, in my opinion, covering up the anti-human basis of the current Ukrainian state," Putin told journalist Pavel Zarubin. "That makes the entire situation so highly disgusting, to have an ethnic Jew mask the glorification of Nazism and those who carried out the Holocaust in Ukraine at the time, exterminating 1.5 million people," the Russian president added. "Ordinary Israeli citizens have figured this out the best. Just look at what they say online."
Dem gov facing impeachment calls for gun ban, saying constitutional rights are not absolute | 9 Sept 2023 | Two Republican members of the New Mexico State House of Representatives are calling for Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham to be impeached after she temporarily suspended open and concealed carry across Albuquerque and the surrounding Bernalillo County for at least 30 days. Grisham on Thursday said she needed to respond to recent gun-related deaths... The suspension of open and concealed carry was classified as an emergency public health order. Republican state Reps. Stefani Lord and John Block announced on Saturday they are calling for the governor to be impeached. "I am calling on counsel to begin the impeachment process against Governor Grisham," Lord said. "This is an abhorrent attempt at imposing a radical, progressive agenda on an unwilling populous. Rather than addressing crime at its core, Governor Grisham is restricting the rights of law-abiding gun owners. Even Grisham believes this emergency order won't prohibit criminals from carrying or using weapons; a basic admission that this will only put New Mexicans in danger as they won't be able to defend themselves from violent crime." Speaking with Fox News Digital, Lord said that Grisham is a "rogue governor."
Soros-backed New Mexico governor riles conservatives with firearm suspension order | 9 Sept 2023 | New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, whose campaign was backed by left-wing billionaire [WEF dirt-bag] George Soros, riled up conservatives and gun owners after she issued an emergency order suspending the right to carry firearms in public in Albuquerque and the surrounding county for at least 30 days. The Democratic governor said she felt compelled to take action after a spate of recent shootings -- including the death of an 11-year-old boy outside a minor league baseball stadium this week. Grisham's move met with a backlash on social media, especially from X owner Elon Musk, who did not mince words. "At risk of stating what should be obvious, deliberately violating the Constitution is next-level illegal," Musk posted on X. "How soon can this person be removed from office?" "Not only is this Michelle Lujan Grisham a moron, but she's also a Marxist through and through," conservative pundit Graham Ledger wrote.
Appeals court upholds decision barring Biden admin from colluding with Big Tech to censor | 10 Sept 2023 | The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday upheld a low court decision in Missouri v. Biden barring the federal government from working with social media companies to remove First Amendment-protected content. "Defendants, and their employees and agents, shall take no actions, formal or informal, directly or indirectly, to coerce or significantly encourage social-media companies to remove, delete, suppress, or reduce, including through altering their algorithms, posted social-media content containing protected free speech," the decision reads. "That includes, but is not limited to, compelling the platforms to act, such as by intimating that some form of punishment will follow a failure to comply with any request, or supervising, directing, or otherwise meaningfully controlling the social-media companies' decision-making process." "The First Amendment remains intact," posted Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey after the decision went public.
Six Republicans File Lawsuit to Remove Trump from 2024 Ballot in Colorado | 6 Sept 2023 | A coalition of six [dirt-bags] Republicans and unaffiliated Colorado voters, including former state and federal officials, filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking to disqualify former President Donald Trump from appearing on the state's 2024 presidential ballot. The plaintiffs are represented by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), a nonprofit and "nonpartisan" watchdog organization, alongside law firms Tierney Lawrence Stiles LLC, KBN Law, LLC, and Olson Grimsley Kawanabe Hinchcliff & Murray LLC. The plaintiffs are Norma Anderson, Michelle Priola, Claudine Cmarada, Krista Kafer, Kathi Wright, and Christopher Castilian. The case argues that Trump violated Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which disqualifies any individual from holding federal office if they have “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” against the United States.
Enrique Tarrio Tells All After Sentencing - 'The FEDS Asked Me to LIE About President Trump in Order to Indict Him!' | 7 Sept 2023 | "They asked me to LIE about President Trump in order to indict him," Enrique Tarrio exclusively told the Gateway Pundit. "I told them to pound sand, and because I refused to lie about President Trump. It cost me twenty-two years of my life." "The truth is, I could have been home," said Tarrio. "I could have been home a long time ago. I could be in my warm ass bed right now, laughing at the world, without a problem...and all I had to do in order to do that WAS LIE ABOUT TRUMP. All I had to do was confirm a lie." Tarrio opened up to the Gateway Pundit after he was sentenced to decades in prison by the Dishonorable Judge Kelly on Tuesday. He told us that the prosecutors in the Department of Justice attempted to coerce him into signing a false statement that would implicate President Trump by swearing that "through several degrees of separation and connections, Tarrio had communicated with Trump regarding ‘plans’ for January 6th."
Jack Smith to Indict Trump Again - Special Counsel Investigates Fundraising, Breach of Voting Machines - Report | 5 Sept 2023 | Special Counsel Jack Smith is gearing up to indict President Trump out of Washington, D.C., again, according to a new report by CNN. Jack Smith has expanded his investigation into Trump's effort to challenge the 2020 election and is focusing on Trump's fundraising efforts. President Trump raised millions of dollars after the 2020 election to investigate rampant vote fraud by Democrats. Jack Smith is also investigating how the money was used to inspect the voting [sic] machines. A non-profit run by Sidney Powell hired forensic investigators to inspect voting machines in four swing states: Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Arizona. Fulton County DA Fani Willis indicted Trump and 18 of his associates on similar charges of computer trespass for daring to look at the voting machines.
Former Trump Advisor Dr. Peter Navarro Convicted of Criminal Contempt of Congress - Faces Prison Time, Heavy Fine | 7 Sept 2023 | Former Trump advisor Dr. Peter Navarro on Thursday was convicted of criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with a subpoena in Liz Cheney's January 6 investigation. Navarro did not comply with the subpoena because he said Trump told him to assert executive privilege. The jury convicted Navarro on two counts of contempt after deliberating for four hours. "The two counts each carry a minimum of 30 days and a maximum of one year in prison, in addition to a maximum fine of $100,000," NBC News reported.
Novak Djokovic Wins U.S. Open in Ultimate Rebuke of Vaccine Mandates That Barred Him --Unvaccinated Djokovic wins the U.S. Open sponsored by Moderna | 10 Sept 2023 | Novak Djokovic on Sunday once again proved why he's the G.O.A.T. After being indefensibly banned by the Biden administration from competing in the U.S. Open in 2021 and 2022, Djokovic returned to New York City for 2023. And won the whole damn thing. Djokovic's fourth U.S. Open win and 24th Grand Slam title overall leaves one to wonder what could have been if not for how disastrously bad this administration's COVID policies were over the past few years. Biden and the CDC were relentless in their pursuit of anti-science mandates barring unvaccinated people from entering the United States. Despite overwhelming evidence by the early-middle part of 2021 that mRNA vaccines were ineffective at preventing infection or transmission. But similarly to their obsession with disproven mask mandates, authority figures refused to accept or acknowledge reality. And Djokovic was caught in the crosshairs of institutional incompetence.
Judge rules NYC teachers get jobs back after fighting COVID-19 vaccine mandate --The Children's Health Defense and Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. sponsored the legal challenge and praised the ruling, calling it a win for religious freedom. | 9 Sept 2023 | judge has ruled that 10 New York City teachers who were fired for refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine were wrongfully dismissed. In the ruling, New York state Supreme Court Judge Ralph J. Porzio said the city's denial of religious accommodations from getting vaccinated employees was "unlawful, arbitrary and capricious" and ordered the teachers to be reinstated with back pay. "This court sees no rational basis for not allowing unvaccinated classroom teachers in amongst an admitted population of primarily unvaccinated students," he wrote in the 22-page ruling. The lawsuit was filed by school principals, teachers and other educators after city officials rejected their claims for a religious exemption to the city's vaccine mandate for education workers, which was in effect from Oct. 1, 2021, to Feb. 10, 2023.
California city votes to ban universal COVID-19 mask and vaccine mandates | 7 Sept 2023 | The City of Huntington Beach, California, voted Wednesday to ban universal mask and vaccine mandates for COVID-19. The matter was submitted by Mayor Pro Tem Gracey Van Der Mark, and included on the city's agenda for Tuesday. Van Der Mark said mask mandates imposed in the city "unnecessarily limited the freedoms of the citizens of Huntington Beach - even those who were not around anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 or at risk of any exposure." The declaration narrowly passed, with the City Council voting 4-3 before adjoining around 2:48 a.m. The ban will apply to city officials and not private businesses.
Maryland public elementary school reinstates COVID mask requirements, demands third-graders to wear N95 masks --School officials are requiring the masks 'to [pretend to] prevent further transmission' for the next 10 days | 5 Sept 2023 | An elementary school in a Washington, D.C., suburb in Maryland is reinstating school masks for third-graders, after a handful of kids recently tested positive for COVID-19. In a now-viral X post, OutKick founder Clay Travis posted a letter that was allegedly sent to all parents at Rosemary Hills Elementary School in Montgomery County, updating them on updated mask requirements for all students. "A DC area elementary school -- Montgomery County, Maryland -- is reinstating a mask mandate -- N95's -- for third-graders over a few kids testing positive for COVID," Travis wrote on X. "Here's the letter. They're coming with masks for your kids again. Get ready. Read this insanity." [Do not comply!]
Soros-backed group partners on 'Abolition School' to train activists to eradicate police, prisons [to continue the destruction of the U.S. from within] | 6 Sept 2023 | A dark money group that has received millions of dollars from George and Alex Soros's nonprofit network is partnering on a new "Abolition School" that trains activists to eliminate police and prisons. The Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability joined forces with left-wing groups to aid the Philadelphia-based W.E.B. Du Bois Movement School for Abolition & Reconstruction to prepare organizers against what they say is a capitalist society created from "overlapping forces of colonial dispossession and genocide, racialized chattel slavery, and violent patriarchal domination, whose extractive brutality toward humanity and nature alike is quickly rendering our planet uninhabitable." The school aims to familiarize activists with how to dismantle "oppressive" institutions they believe extensively contribute to their struggles.
DOJ finds state-run veteran care in New Jersey was so bad it violated Constitution --Veterans in two New Jersey homes were subject to 'inadequate infection control' | 7 Sept 2023 | New Jersey's state-run care at two veterans homes was bad enough to violate the U.S. Constitution, the Justice Department said Thursday. The DOJ found that the residents of New Jersey Veterans Memorial Homes in Menlo Park and Paramus faced "unreasonable harm and risk," violating the 14th Amendment. The investigation alleged that the occupants had "inadequate infection control practices and inadequate medical care." "We owe the veterans who served our nation our deepest thanks, and those veterans and their family members who live in these facilities have the right to appropriate care," Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke said in a statement. "Based on our investigation, we have found that these facilities have provided inadequate protection from infections and deficient medical care, which have caused these veterans and their families great harm." [But there's billions available for the Nazis in Ukraine and the globalists' push toward WWIII.]
NYC and Boston brace for Hurricane Lee as forecast models show Category 5 storm could slam into the East Coast with 160mph winds and enormous storm surges --Hurricane Lee 'continues to strengthen at an exceptional rate,' the National Hurricane Center said on Thursday evening | 8 Sept 2023 | Models show Hurricane Lee could slam into the East Coast next week, bringing deadly storm surge and heavy rains to Boston and New York City... On Thursday, Hurricane Lee was churning in the open waters to the northeast of the Caribbean as a Category 4 storm and heading toward the Leeward Islands. The storm has picked up steam in the last day and now has winds in excess of 130mph. "Lee continues to strengthen at an exceptional rate," the National Hurricane Center stated. The European model of the storm's path, analyzed by CBS New York, shows the storm directly hitting Boston, but also could impact New York City and parts of Long Island given its massive size.
U.S. to send controversial radioactive munitions containing depleted uranium to Ukraine --Exposure to radioactive uranium dust could lead to detrimental health risks, including birth defects and cancers. --The longevity of the radioactive particles could add to Ukraine's post-war clean-up challenge. | 2 Sept 2023 | The U.S. is sending controversial armor-piercing munitions containing depleted uranium to Ukraine, Reuters reports. The shells are part of a new military aid package for Ukraine set to be announced next week. The package will be worth between $240 million and $375 million, though the value and contents are still being finalized, according to an official. Although this is the first time the U.S. is supplying these munitions to Ukraine, it is not the first Western country to do so. The UK sent depleted uranium munitions earlier this year, Al Jazeera reported. At the time, Vladimir Putin warned that Russia would "respond accordingly given that the collective West is starting to use weapons with a "nuclear component." ...The International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons says inhaling or ingesting radioactive uranium dust can lead to detrimental health risks, including birth defects and cancers. [How much was Hawaii's "aid package?"]
Moscow warns of direct clash with NATO | 2 Sept 2023 | The military confrontation in Ukraine has reached a point where it could easily spiral into a full-blown conflict between Russia and NATO, Moscow's deputy envoy to the UN, Dmitry Polyansky, said on Friday. The diplomat blamed the US-led military bloc’s ever deeper involvement in the fighting between Moscow and Kiev. "We have repeatedly warned that the situation is quite dangerous and there is a big risk of a direct clash between Russia and NATO, "Polyansky said while answering questions on X (formerly Twitter). The US-led alliance is already supporting Ukrainian forces by every means possible, except for direct troop deployment, he said. Moscow sees "many indications that there are some instructors, mercenaries" in Ukraine, the deputy envoy stated. He also pointed to some "strange messages" about the deaths of NATO officers and generals.
Russian Forces Hit Ukraine's Troop Command Post West of Vremyvka in DPR - Defense Ministry | 3 Sept 2023 | Russian forces have hit a troop command post of the Ukrainian armed forces west of Vremyvka in the Donetsk People's Republic, Oleg Chekhov, a spokesman for Russia's Vostok grouping of troops, told Sputnik. Russian Forces also hit temporary deployment points of Ukrainian troops in the South Donetsk direction, Chekhov added. "With the help of rocket and cannon artillery, frontline units of the Vostok grouping of troops have hit a troop command post of the Ukrainian armed forces west of Vremyvka, points of temporary deployment of forces in Staromayorske, Novomikhaylovka, Vuhledar and Kostyantynivka in the Donetsk People's Republic," Chekhov said.
Ukraine Loses Nearly 600 Troops in Combat Over Past Day - MoD | 3 Sept 2023 | The Russian armed forces have eliminated about 600 Ukrainian troops during the special military operation in the past 24 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Sunday. "Up to 250 Ukrainian troops were eliminated in combat in the Donetsk direction, in addition to two armored vehicles, three cars, a US-made M777 howitzer, a Polish-made Krab self-propelled howitzer, and a Msta-B and a D-20 howitzers," the ministry said. Another 130 Ukrainian troops were eliminated in the Zaporizhzhia direction, over 125 in the South Donetsk direction, 50 near Krasnyi Lyman and 40 near Kupyansk, according to the ministry's estimate. Ukraine also lost a MiG-29 fighter jet to the Russian air force near Bekarivka town in the Zaporizhzhia region, among other military hardware lost in combat over the past 24 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
Billionaire ex-Zelensky sponsor arrested for money laundering --Igor Kolomoisky was detained for two months on charges of fraud, with bail set at $13.5 million | 2 Sept 2023 | Ukrainian oligarch Igor Kolomoisky, whose support is widely believed to have helped Vladimir Zelensky secure the country's presidency, was detained pending trial for alleged money laundering. Kolomoisky was brought to Kiev's Shevchenko district court on Saturday, after the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) accused the billionaire of legalizing and transferring abroad more than 500 million Ukrainian hryvnia ($13.5 million) through the "infrastructure of banking institutions controlled by him. "The pretrial detention hearing was held behind closed doors, as requested by Kolomoisky, who reportedly did not want the media to share photos of him in the courtroom. Several Ukrainian media outlets still captured photos and videos from the proceeding.
Biden DOJ and Federal D.C. Judge Gave Man 13 Years for Manslaughter for Shooting and Killing Father Holding His Children While Sending Three Proud Boys J6 Defendants to Prison for 15, 17 and 18 Years with Enrique Tarrio Facing 33 Years | 2 Sept 2023 | The Joe Biden-appointed U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia struck a plea deal last year in the case of a man with a criminal history who shot and killed a father who was carrying an infant in a car seat while holding his other child's hand on a D.C. neighborhood street one morning on 2022. Right before he was shot, the father reportedly put the car seat down and released his other child as the gunman approached...The killer was originally charged with first degree murder while armed and could have served life in prison. Instead, he will serve 13 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release. The plea deal called for a guilty plea to manslaughter--even though the killer fired thirteen shots, hitting his victim eleven times...In contrast, three Proud Boys defendants found guilty in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot were sentenced this past week to 15 years, 17 years and 18 years in prison, respectively. One other Proud Boy was sentenced to 10 years in prison. None were charged with manslaughter or anything close. The Biden Justice Department is asking the D.C. federal court to sentence Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio to 33 years in prison--even though he was not in D.C. the day of the riot.
Donald Trump Defiantly Declares 'WE WILL NOT COMPLY' in Response to Efforts to Reinstate COVID Lockdowns, Mask and Vaccine Mandates | 30 Aug 2023 | Former President Donald Trump released a fiery video statement, vehemently opposing attempts to reinstate COVID-19 restrictions, including lockdowns and mask and vaccine mandates. Trump's comments come amidst increased concerns over new variants of COVID-19 in an attempt to manipulate the upcoming 2024 presidential election. In the video posted on Truth Social, Trump argued that the "left-wing lunatics" are employing scare tactics again about new COVID-19 variants to set the stage for renewed restrictions. "...These are bad people. These are sick people we’re dealing with. But to every COVID tyrant who wants to take away our freedom, hear these words, WE WILL NOT COMPLY, so don't even think about it. We will not shut down our schools. We will not accept your lockdowns. We will not abide by your mask mandates, and we will not tolerate your vaccine mandates. They rigged the 2020 election, and now they’re trying to do the same thing all over again. By rigging the most important election in the history of our country, the 2024 election, even if it means trying to bring back COVID. But they will fail because we will not let it happen. When I’m back in the White House, I will use every available authority to cut federal funding to any school, college, airline, or public transportation system that imposes a mask mandate or a vaccine mandate."
Judge Chutkan Likens Trump Case to Boston Marathon Bombing and 9/11 | 29 Aug 2023 | Investigative reporter Julie Kelly posted an excerpt from U.S. District Judge for the District of Columbia [and Grade 'A' sociopath] Tanya Chutkan discussing ordering a March 4, 2023, trial date for President Trump in the case brought by Special Counsel Jack Smith over Trump contesting the 2020 presidential election in which Chutkan compared the Trump trial to those of defendants in the Boston Marathon Bombing and 9/11 terrorist attacks. Moussaoui was charged as the "20th hijacker" in the [Bush-Cheney] 9/11 terrorist attack. He is serving a life sentence. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted in 2015 and sentenced to death for the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing [drill-gone-live - see The Boston Globe's tweet as the event unfurled] that killed three people and wounded 281. [It's true! All three were false flags by the deep state to destroy the U.S. from within.]
After Booking, Mugshot, Trump Top Choice for Most Republican Voters - Poll | 2 Sept 2023 | Four criminal indictments and a viral mugshot later, former president and current GOP frontrunner for the seat in 2024 Donald Trump has only risen in the polls, garnering support as more Americans come to view the prosecutions as partisan and political. A Wall Street Journal poll conducted Aug. 24 to Aug. 30 and published Sept. 2 found that 59 percent of GOP primary voters say he is their top choice. "The new survey finds that what was once a two-man race for the nomination has collapsed into a lopsided contest," with President Trump widely taking the lead, the publication found.
'At Every Turn, The Legal System Seems to Thwart Our Good Faith Efforts' - Superior Court Judge's 'Mistakes' Lead Arizona Appeals Court to REJECT Abe Hamadeh's Stolen Election Lawsuit | 3 Sept 2023 | The incompetent Mohave County Superior Court Judge presiding over Abe Hamadeh's stolen election lawsuit, Lee F. Jantzen, continues to stall Hamadeh's fight for justice with his clumsy failures. Thousands of provisional ballots remain uncounted in the Arizona Attorney General race, a race called by just 280 votes -- the closest election in Arizona's history. "We have irrefutable proof that we have more votes than Kris Mayes, and at every turn, the legal system seems to thwart our good faith efforts to present the evidence in a court of law," said Hamadeh. Hamadeh's race was decided by 280 votes after a "significant miscount" of hundreds of votes was discovered in rural Pinal County's recount results. Additionally, voting machine failures at 60% of polling locations disenfranchised thousands of Republican election-day voters.
Federal Court Rules Against FDA Over Anti-Ivermectin Posts | 2 Sept 2023 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) likely overstepped its authority when it told Americans to "stop" using ivermectin against COVID-19, a federal court ruled on Sept. 1. "FDA can inform, but it has identified no authority allowing it to recommend consumers 'stop' taking medicine," U.S. Circuit Judge Don Willett wrote in the ruling. The FDA has authority under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to convey information to consumers. The FDA [at the behest of Big Pharma, so the deadly vax would be pursued instead] during the COVID-19 pandemic has issued multiple statements discouraging people from taking ivermectin against COVID-19. Three doctors sued the FDA over its statements on ivermectin, arguing the agency cannot advise doctors on which drugs to prescribe.
Florida Doctor Reinstated After Losing Board Certification for Criticizing COVID-19 Vaccines | 2 Sept 2023 | A Florida physician known for being outspoken about COVID-related topics has regained his board certification that was stripped because he publicly criticized COVID vaccines. Now, Dr. John Littell is moving forward from the experience with plans to help future physicians defend themselves when disciplined for voicing viewpoints that are not in the majority, he told The Epoch Times.Dr. Littell, a longtime family physician in Ocala and a medical school professor, began posting videos sharing his thoughts about COVID-19 testing, treatments, and vaccines early in the pandemic. He was frustrated to find his content often was pulled down from his YouTube channel.
Whistleblower Who Disclosed Myocarditis Spike in Military After COVID Vaccine Rollout Goes Public | 27 Aug 2023 | A service member who earlier this year blew the whistle and disclosed data from a Pentagon medical database showing a spike in the rate of myocarditis in the military in 2021, after the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, is going public. The whistleblower is active-duty Navy Medical Service Corps officer Lt. Ted Macie. He has also revealed new data showing a substantial rise in accidents, assaults, self-harm, and suicide attempts in the military in 2021, compared to the average from 2016 to 2021. This includes a 147 percent increase in intentional self-harm incidents among service members, and an 828 percent increase in injuries from assaults.
These Hospitals Across the U.S. Are Bringing Back Mask Mandates | 28 Aug 2023 | Several hospital systems have reinstated mask mandates, citing an increase in COVID-19 cases, and some prominent conservatives have sounded the alarm in recent days. However, unlike previous iterations, it appears that some of the mask mandates apply only to staff and physicians, not to patients or visitors. List thus far: UMass Memorial, United Health Services in New York, Auburn Community Hospital in New York, Kaiser Permanente in Northern California, and University Hospital in Syracuse.
Netanyahu pledges to build anti-migrant wall --The Israeli leader has confirmed plans to build a barrier along the country's eastern border | 3 Sept 2023 | Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to build another border wall -- this time along the country’s eastern border with Jordan -- to block out migrant “infiltrators” amid rising tensions over an influx of African asylum seekers. "We erected a fence on our southern border (Egypt) and stopped the infiltration from there into Israel, ”Netanyahu said in a statement on Sunday. “We thereby stopped over a million infiltrators from Africa, which would have destroyed our country. Now we will build a fence on our eastern border (Jordan) and ensure that there will be no infiltration from there." [Wow! Where's our wall?]
Smuggler with ISIS ties helping migrants illegally cross the border sends feds scrambling | 29 Aug 2023 | Federal authorities are investigating a cohort of Uzbek nationals, who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border and claimed asylum in the United States, after new intelligence found they relied on assistance from a human trafficker linked to a "foreign terrorist organization," Fox News confirmed Tuesday. "Intelligence reporting alerted us to a human smuggling network working to facilitate the travel of Uzbek nationals to the United States," White House National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson said in a statement to Fox News... CNN first reported that migrants from Uzbekistan crossed the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this year and were screened by the Department of Homeland Security, but nothing in the intelligence community's databases raised red flags. CNN reported that later on, the FBI learned about a smuggling network -- that included at least one person with ties to ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] -- that was helping migrants from Uzbekistan go to the U.S.
Marching 'Blood Tribe' Nazi Admits He's a Biden Supporter, Another ID'd as Ukrainian Soldier | 3 Sept 2023 | Groups of "Nazis" who call themselves the "Blood Tribe" and "Goyim Defense League" exposed themselves as Biden supporters and Azov Battalion members while marching in a rally in the Orlando, Florida area. Blood Tribe leader Christopher Pohlhaus, a former Marine who also goes by "Hammer," accidentally let slip to reporters that he's a Biden supporter while railing against "white subjugators." "I think Biden is better than Trump because he sends rockets to Ukraine!" Pohlhaus declared as a tattoo-faced member behind him yelled, "Slava Ukraini!" As it turns out, that tattoo-faced individual was identified as a member of the Ukrainian neo-Nazi militia known as the Azov Battalion. [So again I ask: WHY are we funding the Nazis in Ukraine?]
U.S. Attorney Weiss Colluded With DOJ to Thwart Congressional Questioning, Emails Show | 28 Aug 2023 | Emails obtained by the Heritage Foundation following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit and shared exclusively with The Federalist establish that on multiple occasions, the Department of Justice intervened on behalf of Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss to respond to congressional inquiries related to the Hunter Biden investigation. This revelation raises more questions about the June 7, 2023, letter dispatched to House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan under Weiss's signature line, in which the Delaware U.S. attorney claimed he had "ultimate authority" over charging decisions related to Hunter Biden. It also suggests Weiss and the DOJ may have conspired to mislead Congress.
National Archives acknowledges 5,400 Biden pseudonym emails, faces lawsuit for their release | 28 Aug 2023 | The National Archives and Records Administration acknowledged possessing potentially up to 5,400 emails connected to then-Vice President Joe Biden's pseudonym accounts that he used to forward government information and discuss business with his son, Hunter Biden, and others, and on Monday, the Southeastern Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit to compel the agency to turn over the emails. The non-profit constitutional legal group that filed the lawsuit said the archives confirmed that Biden used the pseudonyms of Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters, and JRB Ware during his time in the Obama administration. The archives' admissions confirm years of reporting from Just the News about Biden's use of a personal email as vice president and the pseudonym accounts he used.
Mitch McConnell freezes, struggles to speak in second incident this summer | 30 Aug 2023 | Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Deep State-Ky., on Wednesday appeared briefly unable to respond to reporters' questions at a press event, marking the second time in weeks that the Republican leader has abruptly stopped speaking and required help from people around him. McConnell, 81, initially seemed to struggle to hear when asked at an event in Covington, Kentucky, about his views on running for reelection. But the senator then froze at the lectern and did not speak for about 30 seconds. He did not appear to immediately respond when a member of his staff approached him to ask if he had heard the question.
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