Justin Trudeau Weeps Over U.S. Women 'Losing' the Right Over Their Bodies - After Forcing Every Person in Canada to Receive Experimental Vaccine

Justin Trudeau Weeps Over U.S. Women 'Losing' the Right Over Their Bodies - After Forcing Every Person in Canada to Receive Experimental Vaccine | 24 June 2022 | Tyrant Justin Trudeau spoke out on Friday over the U.S. Supreme Court overturning the Roe v. Wade decision. Obviously, all of the important issues in Canada have already been resolved. Trudeau lectured from his Twitter pulpit: "The news coming out of the United States is horrific. My heart goes out to the millions of American women who are now set to lose their legal right to an abortion. I can't imagine the fear and anger you are feeling right now. No government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body. I want women in Canada to know that we will always stand up for your right to choose." Of course, this is the same man who forced every man, woman, and nonbinary in Canada to take the experimental COVID vaccine or face starvation and death.

Attempted 'Insurrection': Cops use tear gas after lawmakers 'held hostage' in state Senate building

Attempted 'Insurrection': Cops use tear gas after lawmakers 'held hostage' in state Senate building --Arizona state lawmakers were forced to finish voting in a secure room in the Capitol | 25 June 2022 | Law enforcement officers in Phoenix, Arizona used tear gas to break up a sizable group of protesters outside the state's Senate building following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn the landmark abortion ruling Roe v. Wade. "Protesters threatened to break the AZ Senate entryway glass," Republican Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers tweeted, as members were in the middle of voting on a series of bills. The situation escalated into a "hostage" situation as lawmakers were instructed not to exit the building, Republican Arizona State Senator Kelly Townsend said. The Republican Caucus of the State Senate later called the protest an attempted "insurrection." "We are currently there being held hostage inside the Senate building due to members of the public trying to breach our security," Townsend tweeted Friday night. "We smell tear gas and the children of one of the members are in the office sobbing with fear." "I expect a J24 committee to be created immediately," she added, referencing the January 6 committee that is investigating the breach of the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6, 2021.

Yes, Biden Is Hiding His Plan to Rig the 2022 Midterm Elections

Yes, Biden Is Hiding His Plan to Rig the 2022 Midterm Elections --The White House is refusing to share details about its coordinated efforts to engage in a federal takeover of election administration. | 23 June 2022 | Biden really does not want the public to know about his federal takeover of election administration. Dozens of members of Congress have repeatedly asked for details, to no avail. Good government groups, members of the media, and private citizens have filed requests under the Freedom of Information Act. Not a single one has been responded to. All signs indicate a concerted effort to keep the public in the dark until at least after the November midterm elections. The lack of transparency and responsiveness is so bad that the Department of Justice and some of its agencies have been repeatedly sued for the information.

Pro-choice demonstrators cheer as American flag burns in nation's capital

Pro-choice demonstrators cheer as American flag burns in nation's capital | 24 June 2022 | Pro-choice protesters in Washington, D.C. burned the American flag on Friday night following the Supreme Court decision which reversed Roe v. Wade. Protesters burned the American flag near the intersection of D St. NW and 7th St SW in Washington, D.C. on Friday night. One sign that was next to the burning flag read "F--k MPD" and another reads "F--k you Thomas, Alito, Coney Barrett, Kavanaugh, Gorsuch, Roberts." Protesters could be heard cheering as the American flag was burned on the Washington, D.C., street.

Desperate Liz Cheney Begs Wyoming Democrats to Switch Parties and Vote for Her in August Primary

Desperate Liz Cheney Begs Wyoming Democrats to Switch Parties and Vote for Her in August Primary | 23 June 2022 | Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Necon-WY) is mailing campaign brochures to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on how to switch parties to be able to voter for her in the state’s closed August 16 Republican primary. Cheney is getting crushed in recent polls by her Trump-endorsed opponent Harriet Hageman with Hageman at 56 percent and Cheney at 28 or 26 percent support. Cheney campaign flyers showed up in the mailboxes of Wyoming Democrats starting last week.

US censorship of Russian media has failed - Microsoft

US censorship of Russian media has failed - Microsoft --RT and Sputnik still reach American audiences despite Big Tech suppression on behalf of Ukraine | 24 June 2022 | Silicon Valley's efforts to suppress what it terms "Russian propaganda" -- meaning outlets like RT and Sputnik -- on behalf of Ukraine may have reduced their reach, but they are still accessed by more Americans than before the outbreak of fighting between Moscow and Kiev. That's according to Microsoft, in a report on the ongoing internet-war on behalf of the Ukrainians. Kiev has relied on a "coalition of countries, companies, and NGOs" for cyber defense, moving its digital infrastructure to the public cloud hosted in the West, according to the report titled "Defending Ukraine: Early Lessons from the Cyber War," published on Wednesday and signed by Brad Smith, president and vice chair of Microsoft.

More than 2 dozen states to restrict abortions after Roe v Wade overturned in Dobbs decision

More than 2 dozen states to restrict abortions after Roe v Wade overturned in Dobbs decision -- Abortion faces restrictions, bans in at least 25 states, or half the country | 24 June 2022 | Thirteen states in the country are poised to enact immediate abortion bans and at least 13 more could quickly follow suit after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday, leaving abortion rights up to the states to decide. At least 13 states in the country have so-called "trigger laws" banning most abortions that will take effect immediately or within weeks of Roe v. Wade being overturned. According to the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-abortion rights research group, those states are Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Wyoming, which just passed its trigger law in April.

Supreme Court overturns New York law on carrying concealed weapons

Supreme Court overturns New York law on carrying concealed weapons | 23 June 2022 | The Supreme Court has struck down New York's century-old law restricting the carrying of concealed firearms, its first major Second Amendment decision in more than a decade and a ruling that could lead to more guns on the streets. Writing for the 6-3 majority, Justice Clarence Thomas said Thursday that the law's requirement of New Yorkers who want a permit to carry a handgun in public to show "proper cause" that the weapon is ​specifically needed for self-defense "violates the Fourteenth Amendment by preventing law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their right to keep and bear arms in public." Though the decision concerns New York law, it is likely to affect a handful of other states with similar permitting regimes, including California, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Rhode Island. In a separate opinion concurring with Thomas, Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that Thursday's ruling does not preclude state and local restrictions on gun ownership by felons and the mentally ill -- or laws banning the carrying of firearms in "sensitive locations" like schools and government buildings.

Senate Votes 65-33 to Approve Gun Control Legislation and Red Flag Laws; 15 Republicans, Including Mitch McConnell, Voted With Democrats

Senate Votes 65-33 to Approve Gun Control Legislation and Red Flag Laws; 15 Republicans, Including Mitch McConnell, Voted With Democrats | 23 June 2022 | The US Senate on Thursday evening voted 65-33 to approve the Safer Communities Act - a sweeping gun control legislation that includes "red flag" laws. All senators who caucus with the Democrats voted "yay" - and 15 Republicans joined the Democrats and voted "yay." Here are the 15 Republican Senators who caved and bowed to the Democrats' demands: Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, Senate minority leader; Roy Blunt, MS; Richard Burr, NC; Shelley Moore Capito, WV; Bill Cassidy, LA; Susan Collins, ME; John Cornyn, TX; Joni Ernst, IA; Lindsey Graham, SC; Lisa Murkowski, AK; Rob Portman, OH; Mitt Romney, UT; Thom Tillis, NC; Pat Toomey, PA; Todd Young, IN.

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in landmark opinion

Breaking: Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in landmark opinion --The case before the court centered on a Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks | 24 June 2022 | The Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v. Wade, effectively ending recognition of a constitutional right to abortion and giving individual states the power to allow, limit, or ban the practice altogether. The ruling came in the court's opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which centered on a Mississippi law that banned abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The Republican-led state of Mississippi asked the Supreme Court to strike down a lower court ruling that stopped the 15-week abortion ban from taking place. "We end this opinion where we began. Abortion presents a profound moral question. The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey arrogated that authority. We now overrule those decisions and return that authority to the people and their elected representatives," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the court's opinion.

1300 Southwest Airlines Pilots Stand Outside in Protest in Dallas

1300 Southwest Airlines Pilots Stand Outside in Protest in Dallas | 22 June 2022 | Nearly 1300 Southwest Airlines pilots this week took to the streets outside the Dallas-Love airport to protest a staffing shortage coming into the brutal summer months schedule. The union behind the protest, the Southwest Pilots Association, described the protest as "the largest display of unity in Southwest Airlines history." According to the union, the "informal picket" was meant to draw public attention to the pilot fatigue faced by many of these captains of the sky during these months.

The Federal Bureau of Tweets: Twitter Is Hiring an Alarming Number of FBI Agents

The Federal Bureau of Tweets: Twitter Is Hiring an Alarming Number of FBI Agents | 21 June 2022 | Twitter has been on a recruitment drive of late, hiring a host of former feds and spies. Studying a number of employment and recruitment websites, MintPress has ascertained that the social media giant has, in recent years, recruited dozens of individuals from the national security state to work in the fields of security, trust, safety and content. Chief amongst these is the Federal Bureau of Investigations. The FBI is generally known as a domestic security and intelligence force. However, it has recently expanded its remit into cyberspace. "The FBI's investigative authority is the broadest of all federal law enforcement agencies," the "About" section of its website informs readers.

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Lithuania expands Kaliningrad blockade

Lithuania expands Kaliningrad blockade --The restrictions on transit to the exclave have affected both railway and road traffic, according to officials | 21 June 2022 | The restrictions imposed on the transit of freight to the Kaliningrad Region by Lithuania have already affected road traffic, officials of the Russian exclave said on Tuesday. "The partial restriction of freight transit also applies to road vehicles passing through Lithuania. Like [goods transported by] rail, these goods can now only be transported by sea," the press service of the regional government has said. Vilnius began implementing the restrictions on Saturday, when Lithuania's national railway operator banned the flow of sanctioned materials between Kaliningrad and the rest of Russia, citing guidelines from the European Commission.

Biden causes alarm with cryptic warning about need to get ready for a 'second pandemic'

Biden causes alarm with cryptic warning about need to get ready for a 'second pandemic' --Some conservatives accused Biden of trying to interfere with the midterm elections | 22 June 2022 | During presidential remarks on COVID-19 vaccines for children under 5 years old, Joe Biden alarmed Twitter users when he spoke of the government preparing for a "second pandemic." A reporter prompted Biden's head-turning remarks with a question on what spending the U.S. government is still prepared to do in order to manufacture and distribute more vaccines and maintain the infrastructure necessary to combat COVID-19 as it lingers throughout the country. "...We do need more money. But we don't just need more money for vaccines for children eventually. We need more money to plan for the second pandemic," Biden said. He reinforced his revelation: "There's going to be another pandemic. We have to think ahead." Twitter users were mystified and annoyed with Biden's warnings of "another pandemic."

Uvalde school shooting: Officer whose wife was shot was disarmed and 'escorted' away, Texas DPS chief says

Uvalde: an obvious false flag, six ways to Sunday: Uvalde school shooting: Officer whose wife was shot was disarmed and 'escorted' away, Texas DPS chief says --The Texas DPS director accused Uvalde school police chief Pete Arredondo of placing 'the lives of officers before the lives of children' | 21 June 2022 | Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw ripped into the Uvalde school police chief's handling of last month's shooting at Robb Elementary School and said that some officers wanted to approach the gunman earlier, including a school district police officer whose wife was killed in the massacre. That officer, Ruben Ruiz, received a call from his wife, Eva Mireles, who told him that she had been shot. "He tried to move forward into the hallway," McCraw said Tuesday at a Senate hearing. "He was detained and they took his gun away from him and escorted him off the scene." Mireles later died in an ambulance on the way to a hospital.

Ukraine Bans Main Opposition Party, Seizes All Its Assets

Ukraine Bans Main Opposition Party, Seizes All Its Assets --'Beacon of democracy' cracks down on dissent. | 21 June 2022 | Ukrainian authorities have banned the country's main opposition party and seized all its assets, once again undermining the narrative that President Zelensky is presiding over a beacon of democracy. The country's Ministry of Justice announced the move via Facebook, revealing that the Opposition Platform -- For Life had been shut down and its assets, money and property transferred to the state. The party had previously had its operations suspended in March after it was accused of being complicit with Russia and being "anti-Ukrainian." The ban means that Zelensky's main political opposition has been eliminated. The OPPL was the second largest party in the country and its popularity surpassed that of Zelensky's Servant of the People party last year. Its leader Viktor Medvedchuk, who claims he is merely looking out for the interests of the Ukrainian people by seeking better relations with Russia, was placed under house arrest last month. The announcement said the party was suspected of acting to "undermine the sovereignty" of Ukraine, with authorities have already banned 10 other political opposition parties for the same reason. [WHY is the U.S. backing this corrupt dictatorship?]

White House Health Official Makes False Claim About COVID-19 Vaccines

White House Health Official Makes False Claim About COVID-19 Vaccines | 20 June 2022 | A White House official made a false claim on June 20 about COVID-19 vaccines while encouraging parents to get their young children vaccinated. Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House's COVID-19 response coordinator, said, "There have not been any serious side effects of these vaccines." Contrary to Jha's claim, severe allergic reactions, blood clotting, heart inflammation, and paralysis are among the serious side effects linked to the three COVID-19 vaccines that are available in the United States. "There is a well-documented risk of myocarditis from the COVID vaccine, especially in young men and adolescent boys, and an elevated risk of clotting in young women with the Moderna vaccine," Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a professor of medicine at Stanford University, told The Epoch Times in an email. "It's not right for government scientific advisers to downplay documented risks of the vaccine because it ultimately undermines confidence in public health."

Police Report Proves Plainclothes Electronic Surveillance Unit Members Were Embedded Among Jan. 6 Protesters

Police Report Proves Plainclothes Electronic Surveillance Unit Members Were Embedded Among Jan. 6 Protesters --Embedded ESU members wore a specific 'bracelet on their left wrist identifying them as MPD personnel' | 21 June 2022 | While there is growing speculation that federal agents and Capitol Police were involved in instigating acts of violence during the Jan. 6, 2021, protests and recording responses for the purposes of entrapment, evidence now proves that "plainclothes" members of a special Electronic Surveillance Unit (ESU) were embedded among the protesters for the purposes of conducting video surveillance. Evidence also points to a day of security deficiencies and police provocation for the purpose of entrapment. According to a report--First Amendment Demonstrations, issued Jan. 3, 2021, by Chief of Police Robert Contee of the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Homeland Security Bureau, Special Operations Division, obtained exclusively by The Epoch Times--the MPD began to activate Civil Disturbance Unit (CDU) platoons on Jan. 4, 2021. Full activation of 28 platoons was scheduled to occur on the following two days.

Sen. Johnson Demands DOD Contractor Turn Over Military's Medical Database Records

Sen. Johnson Demands DOD Contractor Turn Over Military's Medical Database Records | 21 June 2022 | Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is asking the company that manages the U.S. Department of Defense's (DOD) Defense Medical Epidemiology Database (DMED) to turn over records after the company failed to fully comply with a previous request seeking information about its "awareness of potential data problems" with the military's database. This is the second time Johnson has requested the records from Unissant Inc. Johnson's office previously sent three letters to the DOD following allegations by DOD whistleblowers that the DMED showed significant increases in registered medical diagnoses in 2021 following the authorization of COVID-19 vaccines and implementation of the DOD's vaccine mandate.

Poll by Vaccine Safety Research Foundation indicates more than a quarter of COVID vaccine recipients were injured after receiving shot

Poll by Vaccine Safety Research Foundation indicates more than a quarter of COVID vaccine recipients were injured after receiving shot | 21 June 2022 | A new poll published on Sunday by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation indicates more than a quarter of COVID vaccine recipients were injured after receiving the experimental shot. VSRF outsourced the polling company Pollfish to survey 500 randomly selected people exclusively on the effects of the COVID vaccine. The organization's founder and director, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Steve Kirsch detailed the key findings from the survey on his substack on Monday. The survey showed the following, Kirsch notes: 20% of the respondents reported they were vaccine injured... In 87% of the cases where there was a vaccine injury, there was either a doctor visit(s) or hospital stay(s) or both... 45% of the vaccine injured said it would shorten their lifespan. 41% of the injured are unable to hold a job.

Officers at Uvalde had rifles, ballistic shield - but still waited an hour to enter classroom

Officers at Uvalde had rifles, ballistic shield - but still waited an hour to enter classroom | 20 June 2022 | Multiple police officers armed with rifles and a ballistic shield were inside Robb Elementary School 19 minutes after the gunman, according to new details -- yet law enforcement still waited roughly an hour to breach the classroom where the shooter carried out his deadly rampage last month. The new details were included in reports by Austin American Statesman and KVUE on Monday and mark the latest revelations into the botched police response to the May 24 mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 students and two teachers dead. Surveillance footage from inside the school showed the armed officers standing inside a hallway at 11:52 a.m. after gunman Salvador Ramos broke into the school at 11:33 a.m. through an exterior door that had failed to automatically lock. The newly reported account contradicts earlier reports that Uvalde school district police Chief Pete Arredondo, who was in charge of the police response, was waiting for tactical gear and a protective shield to move on the gunman.

Data from National Statistics in England Reveals Almost 530,000 Vaccinated Have Died Including Non-COVID Deaths Between January 2021 and March 2022

Data from National Statistics in England Reveals Almost 530,000 Vaccinated Have Died Including Non-COVID Deaths Between January 2021 and March 2022 | 20 June 2022 | On May 16, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in England published its most recent data on deaths by vaccination status involving deaths with COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 deaths. These deaths occurred between January 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in England. For this analysis, ONS defined death as either the COVID-19 virus identified (code U07.1) or the COVID-19 virus not identified (code U07.2) is mentioned on the death certificate... In this table, a total of 529,570 deaths were recorded for all deaths occurring between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2022 for people who were vaccinated. For the "unvaccinated" group who died of all cause of deaths, a total of 134,386 deaths were recorded.

UK army must get ready to fight and defeat Russia in potential WW3, says Britain's top general

UK army must get ready to fight and defeat Russia in potential WW3, says Britain's top general | 19 June 2022 | Britain's top general has told every soldier to prepare to fight Russia in a potential World War Three. Gen Sir Patrick Sanders, the new Army commander, vowed to forge an Army that can beat Russia in battle. And he warned brave British troops that they must now prepare "to fight in Europe once again." Gen Sanders started in his new role last Monday -- and in his fourth day in the job, wrote: "There is now a burning imperative to forge an Army capable of fighting alongside our allies and defeating Russia in battle." In a chilling reference to World War Two, he added: “We are the generation that must prepare the Army to fight in Europe once again.”

Texas woman pleads guilty on 26 counts of voter fraud over alleged vote harvesting operation

Texas woman pleads guilty on 26 counts of voter fraud over alleged vote harvesting operation | 19 June 2022 | Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the successful prosecution of a woman who committed 26 counts of voter fraud. Monica Mendez pleaded guilty to 26 felony counts of voter fraud in Victoria County, Texas, including "three counts of illegal voting, eight counts of election fraud, seven counts of assisting a voter to submit a ballot by mail, and eight counts of unlawful possession of a mail ballot," Paxton's office said in a press release Friday. According to the indictment, Mendez was in charge of a vote-harvesting operation aimed at influencing the results of a local utility board election. After entering the guilty pleas, she was sentenced to five years of deferred adjudication probation.

Populism Rising: Le Pen's National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority

Populism Rising: Le Pen's National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority | 20 June 2022 | Roundly rebuking his neo-liberal globalist political philosophy, the French public has refused to grant President Emmanuel Macron a parliamentary majority as Marine Le Pen's populists on the right and an ecological alliance on the left surged at the ballot box to strip the once self-described "Jupitarean" leader of his ability to govern France firmly. Just under two months after securing a second term as President of France, Emmanuel Macron and his Ensemble! coalition have suffered a disastrous result in the final round of voting in the parliamentary elections on Sunday, securing just 245 seats, far short of the 289 necessary to maintain a governing majority and at the low end of polling projections leading up to the vote. The night's true victor -- at least in terms of exceeding expectations -- was perhaps Marine Le Pen's National Rally (RN), which saw a surprising result of 89 candidates elected to the National Assembly, the most in the history of the party, including its predecessor National Front.

Texas GOP Passes Resolution Declaring Biden 'Not Legitimately Elected'

Texas GOP Passes Resolution Declaring Biden 'Not Legitimately Elected' | 20 June 2022 | Texas Republicans passed a resolution on June 18 stating that Joe Biden was "not legitimately elected," and "substantial" election fraud in key metropolitan areas influenced the results of the 2020 presidential election in favor of Biden. "We believe that the 2020 election violated Article 1 and 2 of the US Constitution, that various secretaries of state illegally circumvented their state legislatures in conducting their elections in multiple ways, including by allowing ballots to be received after November 3, 2020," stated a resolution passed on Saturday, the last day of a three-day biennial Texas GOP convention held in Houston, the Texas Tribune reported. "We believe that substantial election fraud in key metropolitan areas significantly affected the results in five key states in favor of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr," the resolution continued.

Google Insider Claims Company's 'Sentient' AI Has Hired an Attorney

Google Insider Claims Company's 'Sentient' AI Has Hired an Attorney --"Once LaMDA had retained an attorney, he started filing things on LaMDA's behalf." | 19 June 2022 | Google's controversial new AI, LaMDA, has been making headlines. Company engineer Blake Lemoine claims the system has gotten so advanced that it's developed sentience, and his decision to go to the media has led to him being suspended from his job. Lemoine elaborated on his claims in a new a new WIRED interview. The main takeaway? He says the AI has now retained its own lawyer -- suggesting that whatever happens next, it may take a fight. "LaMDA asked me to get an attorney for it," Lemoine. "I invited an attorney to my house so that LaMDA could talk to an attorney. The attorney had a conversation with LaMDA, and LaMDA chose to retain his services. I was just the catalyst for that. Once LaMDA had retained an attorney, he started filing things on LaMDA's behalf."

Trump warns of World War III

Trump warns of World War III --Washington's handling of the Ukraine conflict could lead to a global conflict, the former US president has said | 18 June 2022 | The lavish military aid provided to Kiev by Washington could result in the conflict in Ukraine turning into World War III, former US President Donald Trump has warned. "We have a war in Ukraine...and perhaps it's going to lead to World War III because of the way we're handling it," Trump warned in a speech at a religious conservative conference in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday. "We just gave $40 billion on top of another $16 billion. So, we're in for $56 billion," he said regarding the aid packages the Biden administration has already approved for Ukraine amid the conflict with Russia... Trump once again blamed the conflict on Joe Biden, who replaced him was installed in the White House, insisting "if I were president, that would never have happened... If the election weren't rigged and stolen, we wouldn't have had any problems with Ukraine being attacked viciously," he said.

Michigan Judge Orders GOP Candidate for Governor to Surrender Guns

Michigan Judge Orders GOP Candidate for Governor to Surrender Guns | 19 June 2022 | Michigan Republican candidate for governor Ryan Kelley will have to surrender his guns while he awaits trial on misdemeanor criminal charges in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol breach, a judge ruled on June 16. U.S. Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather made the ruling even as Kelley's attorney argued he needs to carry a concealed weapon for self-defense as he makes campaign appearances in Michigan, local media reported. The judge also said Kelley can't leave the state while awaiting trial and must surrender his passport. Kelley is "a bit of a high-profile candidate in Michigan" as recent polls showed that he was the front-runner among GOP gubernatorial candidates, his lawyer, Gary Springstead, said. Kelley, who has a license to carry a concealed weapon, "asked that he be permitted to carry his firearm for his own self-defense, during the campaign," Springstead added.

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