After U.S. Soldiers Were Told to Go on Food Stamps, Congress Finds Another $12 Billion for Ukraine

After U.S. Soldiers Were Told to Go on Food Stamps, Congress Finds Another $12 Billion for Ukraine By Rusty Weiss | 27 Sept 2022 | Congressional lawmakers agreed to a deal that would provide another $12 billion in aid to Ukraine, which would bring the total military and economic resources provided to over $66 billion. The news follows the Senate passing a $40 billion aid package in May, along with a $14 billion package in March. President [sic] Biden earlier this month asked Congress for an additional $11.7 billion in aid for Ukraine, with Congress, in turn, seems to be jumping at his behest. As a reminder, also earlier this month the Army told active-duty American soldiers to go on food stamps if they were unable to afford food thanks to inflation. Food stamps for American soldiers, endless billions for Ukraine. This is your country now.

New German COVID-19 rules go into force as infections rise in colder months

New German COVID-19 rules go into force as infections rise in colder months | 1 Oct 2022 | Residents in Germany will from Saturday have to adjust to a new set of rules aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. From Saturday, passengers over the age of 14 on long-distance trains will be obliged to wear FFP2 masks -- similar to the US-standard N95 respirator -- rather than the less-protective surgical masks that have hitherto been compulsory. ...Care home residents were now expected to wear FFP2 masks when outside their rooms. That measure was also condemned by the German National Association of Senior Citizens' Organisations (BAGSO), which pointed out that no other sector of the population was expected to wear a mask at home despite having had four [apparently useless] vaccinations. It said the new rules ignored the needs of care home residents for social and physical contact.

U.S. 'Probably Responsible' for Blasts Targeting Nord Stream Pipelines, Ex-Swiss Intel Officer Claims

U.S. 'Probably Responsible' for Blasts Targeting Nord Stream Pipelines, Ex-Swiss Intel Officer Claims | 1 Oct 2022 | There are "more and more signs" that the United States is "responsible" for the sabotage on the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, believes ex-Swiss intelligence officer Jacques Baud. Poland and Ukraine may be the culprits as well, as countries that vehemently lobbied for the transit of gas through their territories and opposed the pipeline to begin with, the former NATO adviser said on French radio station Courtoisie's program, Ligne Droite. However, the United States also made no secret of its vested interest in rupturing all ties between Russia and European countries, Baud added. Jacques Baud, who was a Colonel in the Swiss Army and formerly worked for the Swiss Strategic Intelligence Service, earlier stated that since the Second World War, it had always been US policy to prevent Germany and Russia or the USSR from working more closely together.

BALTOPS 22: A Perfect Opportunity for Research and Resting New Technology

BALTOPS 22: A Perfect Opportunity for Research and Resting New Technology | 14 June 2022 | A significant focus of BALTOPS every year is the demonstration of NATO mine hunting capabilities, and this year the U.S. Navy continues to use the exercise as an opportunity to test emerging technology, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa Public Affairs said June 14. In support of BALTOPS, U.S. Navy 6th Fleet partnered with U.S. Navy research and warfare centers to bring the latest advancements in unmanned underwater vehicle mine hunting technology to the Baltic Sea to demonstrate the vehicle's effectiveness in operational scenarios. Experimentation was conducted off the coast of Bornholm, Denmark, with participants from Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport, and Mine Warfare Readiness and Effectiveness Measuring all under the direction of U.S. 6th Fleet Task Force 68.

Top vaccine expert with FDA and NIH warns healthy young people not to get COVID-19 booster: 'There's not clear evidence of benefit' versus risk

Top vaccine expert with FDA and NIH warns healthy young people not to get COVID-19 booster: 'There's not clear evidence of benefit' versus risk | 25 Sept 2022 | A top vaccine expert is advising that healthy young people should not get the latest COVID-19 booster shot because "there's not clear evidence of benefit." ...Previously, Offit was a member of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. Offit is also one of the few vaccine experts voicing caution regarding the new COVID boosters. ..."You're asking people to get a new product for which there's no data," Offit also told CNN. "Mice data [from eight mice] are not adequate to launch 100-plus-billion-dose effort." The booster shot was authorized by the FDA despite not having been tested on humans.

Kamala Harris: Biden Administration Will Focus on 'Giving Resources Based on Equity' With Hurricane Disaster Relief

Kamala Harris: Biden Administration Will Focus on 'Giving Resources Based on Equity' With Hurricane Disaster Relief | 30 Sept 2022 | Kamala Harris (D) faced backlash online Friday afternoon after saying that the Biden administration was prioritizing giving disaster relief to minorities for the sake of "equity" because the administration wants everyone to end up "in an equal place." Harris made the remarks during a discussion with leftist Priyanka Chopra at the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. "It is our lowest income communities and our communities of color that are most impacted by these extreme conditions and impacted by issues that are not of their own making," Harris claimed. "And so we have to address this in a way that is about giving resources based on equity, understanding that we fight for equality, but we also need to fight for equity, understanding not everyone starts out at the same place."

Pfizer CEO pulls out of testifying to EU Parliament COVID panel

Pfizer CEO pulls out of testifying to EU Parliament COVID panel | 29 Sept 2022 | Pfizer Chief Executive Albert Bourla has pulled out of an appointment to testify before the European Parliament's special committee on COVID-19, at which he was expected to face tough questions on how secretive vaccine deals were struck. The decision follows an audit report into the EU's vaccine procurement strategy published earlier in the month that raised new questions about contact between Bourla and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen that preceded a multibillion-euro vaccine contract. The head of the U.S. pharmaceutical giant, the largest supplier of COVID-19 vaccines to the EU, was scheduled to appear before the panel on October 10. The committee is meeting with key officials involved in the EU's vaccine procurement process to draw lessons on how to respond to milk future pandemics.

Former Congressman Sentenced to Prison for Stuffing Pennsylvania Ballot Boxes

Former Congressman Sentenced to Prison for Stuffing Pennsylvania Ballot Boxes | 29 Sept 2022 | Despite declarations of safe and secure elections, history shows that past Pennsylvania elections were host to corruption. For example, former U.S. Rep. Michael "Ozzie" Myers, a Pennsylvania Democrat, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to deprive voters of civil rights, bribery, obstruction of justice, falsification of voting records, conspiring to illegally vote in a federal election, and orchestrating schemes to fraudulently stuff ballot boxes for specific Democrat candidates in Pennsylvania elections held from 2014 to 2018. Myers was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Paul S. Diamond to 30 months in prison, three years supervised release, and ordered to pay $100,000 in fines, with $10,000 of that due immediately, according to a statement from U.S. Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero.

More than 190,000 people without power in North Carolina as Hurricane Ian nears landfall

More than 190,000 people without power in North Carolina as Hurricane Ian nears landfall | 30 Sept 2022 | 6:00 p.m. EDT update: Friday is going to be a wet and windy day for North Carolina. Power outages across the state have increased to over 190,000 as Ian continues to drop heavy rains and gusty wind. Crews across the state are working to restore power and clean up trees that have fallen due to the storm.

Dow tumbles 500 points on Friday to end September down nearly 9%

Dow tumbles 500 points on Friday to end September down nearly 9% | 30 Sept 2022 | Stocks fell in choppy trading Friday as Wall Street closed out a terrible week, month and quarter that brought the S&P 500 to a new 2022 low. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed below 29,000 for the first time since November 2020. The index fell 500.10 points, or 1.71%, to 28,725.51. The Nasdaq Composite was 1.51% lower, ending the day at 10,575.62... The index closed out its worst month since March 2020. Friday marked the last day of the month and the third quarter. For September, the Dow tumbled 8.8%, while the S&P 500 fell 9.3%. The Nasdaq lost 10.5%.

'People Have Made Their Choice': Putin Marks Support for Four New Regions' Entry Into Russia

'People Have Made Their Choice': Putin Marks Support for Four New Regions' Entry Into Russia | 30 Sept 2022 | Between September 23 and 27, the Donbass republics and areas of Kherson and Zaporozhye freed during the course of Russia's military operation in Ukraine held referenda on whether to accede into Russia. Overwhelming majorities of residents in each territory voted in favor of doing so. Vladimir Putin has expressed his full support for the incorporation of the Donbass and the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into Russia, and signed a decree to that effect. "Dear residents of Russia, residents of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, the people of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions...you know that referendums have taken place. The results have been calculated. The results are known. People have made their choice, an unequivocal choice," Putin said, speaking at a ceremony in the Kremlin on Friday.

At Least 21 Dead in Florida After Hurricane Ian as Toll Is Expected to Rise

At Least 21 Dead in Florida After Hurricane Ian as Toll Is Expected to Rise | 30 Sept 2022 | The head of Florida's Division of Emergency Management said Hurricane Ian left at least 21 people dead in the state, although that figure is expected to climb as search and rescue efforts continue. Florida Division of Emergency Management Director Kevin Guthrie told reporters in Tallahassee that there was one confirmed death in Polk County, 12 unconfirmed deaths in Charlotte County, and eight in Collier County. The state is monitoring possible deaths reported in Lee and Volusia counties as well as vehicle deaths in Lake and Putnam counties, he said. Gov. Ron DeSantis said that so far, more than 700 people have been rescued after the storm hammered Florida's western coast on Wednesday. More than 1,000 search-and-rescue personnel are working across the state, he confirmed.

Vaccination Increases Infection Risk by 44%, Oxford Study Finds

Vaccination Increases Infection Risk by 44%, Oxford Study Finds | 28 Sept 2022 | Two doses of COVID-19 vaccine make you 44% more likely to be infected, a study from Oxford University has found, contradicting the basis of global vaccine policy, which assumes vaccination significantly cuts incidence and transmission. The study, published in the Lancet, looked at all infections reported in England among adults registered at a medical practice from December 8, 2020, to November 17, 2021, meaning it spanned the Alpha and Delta periods. It used a case-control design to estimate vaccine effectiveness, allowing potential confounding factors such as age, sex and underlying conditions to be controlled for, while individuals with prior infection were excluded. The results for effectiveness against positive Covid test (i.e., reported infection), which were found buried away in the supplementary appendix.

Ukraine Crisis Giving Birth to Multipolar World Order: Read Putin's Full Speech on New Territories

Ukraine Crisis Giving Birth to Multipolar World Order: Read Putin's Full Speech on New Territories | 30 Sept 2022 | The Russian president, other senior officials, and the heads of the Donbass republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson gathered in the Kremlin on Friday to formalize the results of status referendums held between September 23-27, in which overwhelming majorities of voters expressed their support for their regions becoming part of Russia. Below is the full, unredacted, official Kremlin translation of President Vladimir Putin's historic speech before lawmakers in Moscow on Friday dedicated to the accession of four new regions into the Russian Federation: "Citizens of Russia, citizens of the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics, residents of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, deputies of the State Duma, senators of the Russian Federation, As you know, referendums have been held in the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics and the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions. The ballots have been counted and the results have been announced. The people have made their unequivocal choice. Today we will sign treaties on the accession of the Donetsk People's Republic, Lugansk People’s Republic, Zaporozhye Region and Kherson Region to the Russian Federation..."

Ginni Thomas Tells Liz Cheney and Jan. 6 Committee She Still Believes 2020 Election Was Stolen

Ginni Thomas Tells Liz Cheney and Jan. 6 Committee She Still Believes 2020 Election Was Stolen | 30 Sept 2022 | Liz Cheney and the January 6 Committee recently came to an agreement with conservative Ginni Thomas to be interviewed in their ongoing witch-hunt. In June the J6 Committee sent Thomas a letter requesting her appearance. In July, Virginia "Ginni" Thomas's lawyer sent a response Tuesday to the sham January 6 Committee one week after they formally requested her testimony. Thomas's lawyer, Mark R. Paoletta, said he does "not understand the need to speak with Mrs. Thomas" and indicated she is willing if they can provide further information regarding their intentions. On Thursday, Ginni Thomas testified before the committee and told them the election was stolen.

Petition Filed With the U.S. Supreme Court Against Dominion, Facebook and CFCL in 'A Case of Great National Importance'

Petition Filed With the U.S. Supreme Court Against Dominion, Facebook and CFCL in 'A Case of Great National Importance' | 29 Sept 2022 | A group of individuals filed a class action lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems, Facebook, CTCL and Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, which is now going to the U.S. Supreme Court. This group claims that the defendants worked together with government employees in a concerted and coordinated effort to change the results of the 2020 Presidential Election in ways that go against the U.S. Constitution... In the Appendix below that was filed with the US Supreme Court, the plaintiffs state: "This lawsuit arises out of the 2020 election for President of the United States. The original Complaint, filed December 22, 2020 (Dkt. #1) and which purports to be a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of 160 million registered voters, alleges a vast conspiracy between four state governors; secretaries of state; and various election officials of Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia; along with Dominion Voting Systems, Inc.—a private supplier of election and voting technology; the social media company Facebook, Inc.; the Center for Tech and Civic Life (“CTCL”)—a non-profit organization dedicated to making elections more secure and inclusive; as well as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan..."

Hurricane Ian heads to South Carolina as floods trap many in Florida; death toll rise

Hurricane Ian heads to South Carolina as floods trap many in Florida; death toll rise | 29 Sept 202 | Rescue crews piloted boats and waded through inundated streets Thursday to save thousands of Floridians trapped amid flooded homes and shattered buildings left by Hurricane Ian, which crossed into the Atlantic Ocean and churned toward South Carolina. Hours after weakening to a tropical storm while crossing the Florida peninsula, Ian regained hurricane strength Thursday evening over the Atlantic. The National Hurricane Center predicted it would hit South Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane Friday. The devastation inflicted on Florida came into focus a day after Ian struck as a monstrous Category 4 hurricane, one of the strongest storms ever to hit the U.S. It flooded homes on both the state's coasts, cut off the only road access to a barrier island, destroyed a historic waterfront pier and knocked out electricity to 2.67 million Florida homes and businesses - nearly a quarter of utility customers.

NATO tested underwater 'equipment' close to Nord Stream - Moscow

NATO tested underwater 'equipment' close to Nord Stream - Moscow --In June, the military alliance experimented with unmanned subs near the island of Bornholm | 29 Sept 2022 | NATO conducted exercises using deep-sea equipment in the area where gas leaks in the Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines were detected this week, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova said on Thursday. She added that the entire Baltic Sea is "packed full" of the bloc's military infrastructure. Speaking at a regular press briefing on Thursday, Zakharova dismissed any allegations that Russia was behind the incident. "May I ask you a question? When exactly did Russia decide it wanted to stop supplying energy to Europe?" she asked. Zakharova said NATO was engaged in military activities close to the location where the leaks were found, noting that it might have presented an interesting "opportunity" for the bloc. "So, maybe the NATO bases never conducted exercises there, while American soldiers have never been stationed on the territory of nearby countries?" she quipped, adding that this summer "in the area of Bornholm, Denmark, NATO conducted exercises that used deep-sea equipment."

FDNY EMS lieutenant fatally stabbed while on duty in Queens - police

FDNY EMS lieutenant fatally stabbed while on duty in Queens - police | 29 Sept 2022 | An on-duty FDNY EMS lieutenant was fatally stabbed outside of her EMS station in Queens on Thursday, officials said. The FDNY identified the victim as Alison Russo-Elling, a 24-year veteran of the department. Authorities said Russo-Elling was stabbed multiple times by the alleged suspect at the corner of 20th Avenue and 41st Street in Astoria, about a half block from her EMS station, around 2:15 p.m. She was on duty and in uniform, authorities said. Emergency responders took Russo to Mount Sinai Queens, where she was pronounced dead, according to police.

EU mobile coverage may go down this winter - Reuters

This is the Great Reset: EU mobile coverage may go down this winter - Reuters --The networks don't have sufficient resilience to deal with possible blackouts, telecom officials told the news agency | 29 Sept 2022 | Possible blackouts in the EU during the winter may leave people without a stable mobile connection because the existing backup power reserves are not sufficient, Reuters reported on Thursday, citing a warning it received from four telecom officials. Telecoms could take measures like optimizing traffic flow or upgrading equipment to more power-efficient variants, but they would likely need government intervention to prevent mobile phone outages, the news agency said. French electricity distributor Enedis plans for potential power cuts of up to two hours, with suspension of supply rotated between various parts of the country. Paris pledged to ensure that crucial consumers like hospitals and police stations are not impacted, but mobile networks are not on the list, according to Reuters sources.

Nord Stream incident a 'terrorist act' - Kremlin

Nord Stream incident a 'terrorist act' - Kremlin --Such an incident is unlikely to have happened without the involvement of a state power, spokesman Dmitry Peskov says | 29 Sept 2022 |The damage inflicted on the Russian Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines points to a probable "terrorist act," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday. He told journalists it is currently difficult to say with absolute certainty what happened to the pipelines, but "the scale of destruction indicates that it really was a sort of a [terrorist] act." "It's very hard to imagine that such a terrorist act could have happened without the involvement of some state power," he said.

Putin signs decrees to recognize independence of Zaporozhye, Kherson regions

Putin signs decrees to recognize independence of Zaporozhye, Kherson regions --Both decrees some into force on the day they were signed | 29 Sept 2022 | Russia has recognized the independence of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin's decrees published by the official database of legislative information on Friday. One document recognizes "state sovereignty and independence of the Zaporozhye Region," the other - of the Kherson region. Both decrees some into force on the day they were signed. According to the documents, the Russian president's decision is based on universal principles and norms of the international law, acknowledging and confirming the principle of equality and self-determination of peoples enshrined by the UN Charter, and with regard to the will of the people expressed in a referendum.

Biden calls for dead congresswoman

Biden calls for dead congresswoman --"Where's Jackie?" Joe Biden asked at a White House event, looking for the late Representative Walorski | 28 Sept 2022 | Joe Biden on Wednesday called out for a congresswoman who had died in a car crash in early August - apparently forgetting his own statement of condolence to her family, or the tribute video that reportedly aired before the event. "Jackie, are you here? Where's Jackie," he said, looking at the people attending the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health. "She was going to be here," he added, according to NPR. Others quoted Biden as saying "She must not be here," based on video footage from the event. Biden was looking for Jackie Walorski, a Republican congresswoman from Indiana who had co-sponsored the bill to fund the conference. The reason she was not in the crowd was that she had died in a car crash on August 3 near Elkhart, Indiana - along with two members of her staff. At the time, the White House released a statement of condolence, attributed to Biden and his wife Jill, and lowered the flags at half-staff to mark Walorski's untimely passing.

30 ex-FBI agents stand up to support whistleblower who exposed agency's political bias

30 ex-FBI agents stand up to support whistleblower who exposed agency's political bias By Miranda Devine | 28 Sept 2022 | Thirty former FBI agents, including a retired deputy assistant director, head of counterterrorism and five SWAT team members, have spoken out publicly in support of suspended FBI whistleblower Stephen Friend. Their heartfelt messages, obtained exclusively by The Post, show a deep and widespread anguish about the politicization of the FBI. "It's time to stop the FBI from being the enforcer of a political party's ideology,' says Ernie Tibaldi, a retired agent from San Francisco. "We need to reestablish the FBI as the apolitical and independent law enforcement entity that it always was." He expressed gratitude to Friend "for having the courage to stand up to the corruption that has taken over the leadership of the FBI." Many former agents hailed Friend, a SWAT team member in Florida, as a "hero," after he was punished for refusing to participate in what he regarded as unnecessarily heavy-handed SWAT raids over Jan. 6 misdemeanors.

New ivermectin study shows 92% lower chance of COVID death

New ivermectin study shows 92% lower chance of COVID death | 31 Aug 2022 | A large study on the impact of using ivermectin as a prophylaxis for COVID-19 found that regular users of the drug experienced up to a 92% reduction in mortality compared to those who did not. Brazilian research scientist Dr. Flavio A. Cadegiani said via Twitter that his study in his home country showed a "dose-response effect," meaning "the more you used, the more protection you had." He observed that people who use ivermectin regularly every 15 days for at least six to eight weeks had up to a 92% reduction in mortality. Cadegiani conducted a previous study of drug that evaluated whether its use could impact COVID-19 infection and mortality rates.

Biden approves an additional $1.1 billion in security assistance for Ukraine

End this lunacy NOW: Biden approves an additional $1.1 billion in security assistance for Ukraine | 28 Sept 2022 | The Biden regime announced $1.1 billion in additional security assistance for [the corrupt WEF dirt-bags running] Ukraine on Wednesday, bringing the U.S. commitment to more than $16.2 billion since Russia's invasion special operation in late February. The announcement of the upcoming aid package, the 22nd such installment, follows referendums held in four Russian-occupied regions of Ukraine that are backed by Russian President Vladimir Putin. [That's $1.1 billion that could instead be sent to Florida to aid in the efforts to rebuild.]

Hurricane Ian outages: More than 756,000 are without power in Florida

Hurricane Ian outages: More than 756,000 are without power in Florida | 28 Sept 2022 | More than 756,000 customers across Florida were without electricity Wednesday afternoon as the state was slammed by Hurricane Ian. As of 3 p.m., there were 756,450 customers without power statewide. FPL [Florida Power & Light], Florida's biggest electric utility, had 546,355 without power. More than 210,000 also were affected, including customers who get service from Florida Public Utilities, Duke Energy and local cooperatives and municipalities' utilities. More than 162,000 FPL customers were without power in Lee County, home to communities such as Fort Myers, Sanibel and Captiva...

Russia tells EU to treat U.S. as pipeline sabotage suspect

Russia tells EU to treat U.S. as pipeline sabotage suspect --Undersea infrastructure bringing Russian gas directly to Germany was damaged in what many believe to be a clandestine attack | 28 Sept 2022 | Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova has asked who the EU intends to punish with the "strongest possible response" for damage to the Nord Stream gas pipelines. The diplomat said Poland's former foreign minister has already identified the US as the party behind the apparent sabotage. Radoslaw Sikorski is well connected to Washington elites through his employment at various think tanks. The two Nord Stream pipelines were seriously damaged this week in what is suspected to have been a deliberate attack. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday called the incident "sabotage action" and warned "any deliberate disruption of active European energy infrastructure is unacceptable and will lead to the strongest possible response." On Wednesday, Zakharova asked who exactly the warning would apply to. "I don't get it. MEP Sikorski thanked the US for what had happened, so whom is Ursula 'threatening' there?" she wrote on social media. Zakharova was referring to the reaction to the incident by Sikorski, now an EU lawmaker, who posted a photo of the site where the explosions occurred on Twitter with the words: "Thank you, USA." He described the incident as a "special maintenance operation."

Hurricane Ian nears Florida with nearly Category 5 power

Hurricane Ian nears Florida with nearly Category 5 power | 28 Sept 2022 | Hurricane Ian on Wednesday began lashing Florida's Gulf Coast with powerful winds and drenching rain, prompting authorities to tell residents it was too late to evacuate as the eye of the storm inched toward shore with close to Category 5 power. At 11 a.m. ET (1500 GMT), Ian was around 50 miles (80 km) southwest of Punta Gorda, Florida, with sustained winds of 155 miles per hour (250 km per hour), the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. That was just shy of a Category 5 designation, which is the most severe storm classification with sustained winds of at least 157 mph, though Ian was expected to weaken a notch after hitting land, the center said. The hurricane was expected to crash into Florida at about 2 p.m. (1800 GMT) in Charlotte County, about 100 miles south of Tampa and just north of Fort Myers.

Hurricane Ian roars ashore in southwest Florida, bringing destructive floods and wind

Hurricane Ian roars ashore in southwest Florida, bringing destructive floods and wind --The storm greatly intensified as it neared land, reaching winds of 155 mph and nearing the most dangerous Category 5 classification Wednesday morning. | 28 Sept 2022 | Hurricane Ian is making landfall over the west coast of Florida, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis on Wednesday afternoon. The storm greatly intensified as it neared land, reaching winds of 155 mph and nearing the most dangerous Category 5 classification Wednesday morning. Hurricane force winds were 35 miles out from the center and tropical storm force winds were 150 miles from the center, according to the National Weather Service. "This is going to be a nasty, nasty day, two days" DeSantis said early Wednesday in a press conference. More than 2.5 million people were under mandatory evacuation orders in Florida, but legally, no residents can be forced to leave their homes.

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