Canada rocked by multiple deadly stabbings in Saskatchewan

Canada rocked by multiple deadly stabbings in Saskatchewan | 4 Sept 2022 | At least 10 people have been killed and another 15 injured in a stabbing rampage in Canada's central Saskatchewan province, police say. The victims were found in 13 locations in the James Smith Cree Nation and nearby village of Weldon. Two suspects named as Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson are on the run and considered armed and dangerous.Residents have been told to shelter in place, as a massive manhunt continues across a huge geographical area. "Do not leave a secure location. Use caution allowing others into your residence," Saskatchewan Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) tweeted.

Dominion Voting Machine From 2020 Election Goes Missing, Uber Driver Buys it for $8 at Goodwill

Dominion Voting Machine From 2020 Election Goes Missing, Uber Driver Buys it for $8 at Goodwill | 4 Sept 2022 | A Dominion [so-called] voting machine used in Michigan's 2020 election was shockingly sold for $8 at Goodwill to an Uber driver from Ohio. Michigan officials are now investigating the incident, trying to determine how the voting machine was able to be sold online. Ean Hutchinson, an Uber driver from Miamisburg, Ohio, was able to purchase the 2020 Dominion voting machine from an online auction held by a Goodwill Industries thrift store in Cadillac, Michigan. Hutchinson won the auction with a bid of $7.99. The Uber driver then flipped the voting machine by selling it on eBay, listing it for a starting price of $250. Hutchinson ended up selling the machine for $1,200 to Connecticut resident Harri Hursti.

Black Lives Matter leader accused of stealing $10 million from organization

Black Lives Matter leader accused of stealing $10 million from organization | 2 Sept 2022 | The leader of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has been accused by former colleagues of stealing more than $10 million in donations from the organization for personal use, according to a lawsuit filed in court this week. Shalomyah Bowers was called in the court filing as a "rogue administrator, a middle man turned usurper" who siphoned contributions to the nonprofit activist group to use as a "personal piggy bank," according to the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Thursday. Bowers's actions led the foundation into investigations by the Internal Revenue Service and various state attorneys general, "blazing a path of irreparable harm to BLM in less than eighteen months," the suit claims.

Green Bay latest Wisconsin city to agree to end ballot drop box use

Green Bay latest Wisconsin city to agree to end ballot drop box use | 2 Sept 2022 | The Thomas More Society is celebrating another ballot drop box victory in Wisconsin. The group, which sued over the use of ballot drop boxes across the state in 2020, this week said Green Bay has agreed to end its drop box use. The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled back in July that state election law does not allow for ballot drop boxes. The justices said voters must either vote in person, or absentee through the mail. Special Counsel Erick Kaardal said while the Supreme Court ended drop box use, the city of Green Bay didn't actually eliminate its policy that allowed for them to be used in the future. That happened Wednesday.

New study on ivermectin finds 92% effectiveness at stopping death from COVID

New study on ivermectin finds 92% effectiveness at stopping death from COVID --Brazilian researcher Dr. Flavio Cadegiani noted, "the more [ivermectin] you used, the more protection you had" from dying with a COVID-19 infection. | 2 Sept 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 percent reduction in mortality compared to those who did not. Brazilian research scientist Dr. Flavio A. Cadegiani wrote on 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 percent reduction in mortality. Last fall, esteemed epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch of Yale Medical School was among scientists and physicians who said in Senate testimony that thousands of lives could have been saved if treatments such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine had not been suppressed.

California enacts bill to punish doctors who disseminate 'misinformation' on COVI

California enacts bill to punish doctors who disseminate 'misinformation' on COVID --Medical professionals who engage in what the state declares 'misinformation' or 'disinformation' could be stripped of their state licenses. | 30 Aug 2022 | California legislators this week passed a bill allowing the state to take legal action against doctors who spread so-called "misinformation" or "disinformation" about COVID-19. Legislators on Monday voted to send AB 2098 to California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom's desk for a signature, The New York Times reported. The bill was introduced in February by Democratic state Assembly member Evan Low and co-authored by State Senator Richard Pan, a Sacramento Democrat. According to the language of the legislation, the measure would "designate the dissemination of misinformation or disinformation related to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, or 'COVID-19,' as unprofessional conduct. The bill would also make findings and declarations in this regard."

US Government Seized Over 11,000 Non-Classified Documents From Trump's Home

US Government Seized Over 11,000 Non-Classified Documents From Trump's Home | 2 Sept 2022 | FBI agents seized over 11,000 documents and photographs without classified markings from the home of former President Donald Trump, according to an inventory released on Sept. 2. Agents during the Aug. 8 raid at Mar-a-Lago seized 11,179 materials that were not marked classified, the inventory says. They also took 103 documents marked classified, including some marked top secret. The warrant, approved by U.S. Magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart days earlier, enabled agents to seize any documents with classification markings, as well as containers in which the documents were located and any containers stored or found together with the documents.

Ukrainian nuclear plant targeted again - official

Ukrainian nuclear plant targeted again - official --Local Russian authorities report renewed shelling of the Zaporozhye NPP after the IAEA visit | 2 Sept 2022 | Ukrainian artillery have again targeted the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant and the city of Energodar, local military-civilian administration member Vladimir Rogov said on Friday night. The attack comes after Ukraine's military admitted to bombing the area for the first time, and follows a failed attempt by Kiev's commandos to seize the plant while UN inspectors were visiting. Four rounds impacted the area of the Zaporozhye NPP, Rogov said on Telegram shortly before midnight on Friday, with at least one heavy projectile allegedly landing between reactors two and three, while three struck about 400 meters to the east. The shelling has cut the main power line along the Dnieper river, so the ZNPP is having to divert power for its own operational needs, he added.

Hunger-stricken Africans encouraged to eat bugs

Mega barf alert! Instead, end the WEF and its enablers: Hunger-stricken Africans encouraged to eat bugs --UK aid projects in the DRC and Zimbabwe are urging rural inhabitants to farm more insects | 2 Sept 2022 | UK-financed aid projects in Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are encouraging the hunger-stricken population of these African countries to introduce more nutrient-rich bugs into their diet. As reported by The Guardian on Friday, the agencies are currently spending as much as $57,000 in the DRC and $346,000 in Zimbabwe on trialing insect diets with a view to introducing them to the local population. In the DRC, the initiative is exploring the benefits of eating African caterpillars, migratory locusts and black soldier flies... The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, a UK-based charity, is now pushing the Congolese to begin farming bugs in an industrialized manner in an effort to end starvation problems in the region.

California Urges Avoiding Charging Electric Cars to Ward Off Blackouts in Heatwave Because State Loses Solar Power When the Sun Goes Down

California Urges Avoiding Charging Electric Cars to Ward Off Blackouts in Heatwave Because State Loses Solar Power When the Sun Goes Down | 31 Aug 2022 | Just days after passing a law banning new sales of gasoline powered cars by 2035, California is urging residents to avoid charging their electric vehicles during peak hours in the coming week to help ward off blackouts during an expected heatwave. "During a Flex Alert, consumers are urged to reduce energy use from 4-9 p.m. when the system is most stressed because demand for electricity remains high and there is less solar energy available. The top three conservation actions are to set thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, avoid using large appliances and charging electric vehicles, and turn off unnecessary lights." ...California's electric vehicle mandate will be phased in, according to Cal Matters: "Automakers will have to gradually electrify their fleet of new vehicles, beginning with 35% of 2026 models sold, increasing to 68% in 2030 and 100% for 2035 models. As of this year, about 16% of all new car sales in California are zero-emission vehicles, twice the share in 2020."

California Extends Flex Alert Amid Sweltering Heatwave, Urges People Not to Charge Electric Vehicles During Peak Hours to Avoid Power Outage

California Extends Flex Alert Amid Sweltering Heatwave, Urges People Not to Charge Electric Vehicles During Peak Hours to Avoid Power Outage | 2 Sept 2022 | The California Independent System Operator extended a Flex Alert into the weekend amid a sweltering heatwave in an effort to avoid rolling blackouts. Earlier this week, just days after passing a law banning new sales of gasoline powered cars by 2035, California urged residents to avoid charging their electric vehicles during peak hours to avoid power outages. "During a Flex Alert, consumers are urged to reduce energy use from 4-9 p.m. when the system is most stressed because demand for electricity remains high and there is less solar energy available. The top three conservation actions are to set thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, avoid using large appliances and charging electric vehicles, and turn off unnecessary lights." The company that manages the power grid in California extended the Flex Alert on Friday evening and once again asked people to reduce their energy use.

Dark Brandon Disaster: #PedoHitler Trends on Twitter After Joe Biden's Divisive Speech

Dark Brandon Disaster: #PedoHitler Trends on Twitter After Joe Biden's Divisive Speech | 2 Sept 2022 | "#PedoHitler" began trending on Twitter following Joe Biden's divisive political speech Thursday at the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the president declared "MAGA Republicans" are a "threat" to "American democracy" with ominous red lighting and members of the U.S. military behind him. "The unity I feel for President Trump and my fellow MAGA Republicans after that hate filled speech from #PedoHitler last night is something I haven’t felt since the second plane hit the Twin Towers on 9/11," one Twitter user reacted... "#PedoHitler is still trending #3 nationally, someone at Twitter gonna get fired lol," another wrote, suggesting that a Twitter employee is not keeping up with their alleged job responsibility of hashtag censorship.

Ukraine admits bombing nuclear plant area

Ukraine admits bombing nuclear plant area --Kiev's General Staff now also says there are no Russian troops inside at the Zaporozhye facility | 2 Sept 2022 | The Ukrainian military publicly admitted striking the area of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant in an official General Staff briefing on Friday. Previously, Kiev had claimed that Russian forces used the plant as a military base; now it says all troops have relocated due to the visit by IAEA inspectors. "In the areas of the settlements of Kherson and Energodar, accurate strikes by our troops destroyed three enemy artillery systems, as well as an ammunition depot and up to a company of personnel," said the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine during the daily briefing. The military also claimed that, due to the arrival of the IAEA inspection team, the Russian "occupiers removed all military equipment from the territory of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. About 100 units moved to the plant 'Atom Energomash' and the rest were dispersed in the nearest settlements."

Trump blasts 'insane' Biden after prime time address

Trump blasts 'insane' Biden after prime time address | 2 Sept 2022 | Former President Donald Trump insisted that President Biden "must be insane, or suffering from late-stage dementia" for his attack accusing him and his MAGA supporters of being "a threat" to the country. "Someone should explain to Joe Biden, slowly but passionately, that MAGA means, as powerfully as mere words can get, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" Trump wrote soon after Biden's Thursday night attack. "If he doesn’t want to Make America Great Again, which through words, action, and thought, he doesn't, then he certainly should not be representing the United States of America!" Biden spoke in front of a military band while repeatedly saying he "will not stand by and watch" Trump and his supporters return to power with their "extreme ideology." "If you look at the words and meaning of the awkward and angry Biden speech tonight, he threatened America, including with the possible use of military force," Trump insisted in a second response on his Truth Social network.

Biden Attacks 'MAGA Republicans' in Angry Speech, Labels Them 'Threat' to Democracy

Biden Attacks 'MAGA Republicans' in Angry Speech, Labels Them 'Threat' to Democracy | 1 Sept 2022 | Joe Biden attacked supporters of former President Donald Trump in a speech Thursday evening in Philadelphia that many across the political spectrum viewed as divisive, castigating large scores of Republican voters as "extremists" and threats to democracy. "Too much of what's happening in our country today is not normal," Biden said. "Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic." "They fan the flames of political violence," Biden added. Biden's remarks come after earlier attacks on Trump supporters in which he claimed many Republicans had embraced "semi-fascism" during a Democratic National Committee fundraiser. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has largely doubled down on Biden's rhetoric, arguing that Biden's characterization of many Republicans as "extremists" was accurate as they allegedly don’t share the beliefs of the majority of Americans.

Over 50 Biden Administration Employees, 12 US Agencies Involved in Social Media Censorship Push - Documents

Over 50 Biden Administration Employees, 12 US Agencies Involved in Social Media Censorship Push - Documents | 1 Sept 2022 | More than 50 officials in Joe Biden's administration across a dozen agencies have been involved with efforts to pressure Big Tech companies to crack down on alleged misinformation, according to documents released on Aug. 31. Senior officials in the U.S. government, including White House lawyer Dana Remus, deputy assistant to the president Rob Flaherty, and onetime White House senior COVID-19 adviser Andy Slavitt, have been in touch with one or more major social media companies to try to get the companies to tighten rules on allegedly false and misleading information on COVID-19, and take action against users who violate the rules, the documents show. In July 2021, for instance, after Biden said that Facebook was "killing people" by not combating misinformation effectively, an executive at Meta reached out to Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, a Biden appointee, to say that government and Meta teams met after the remarks "to better understand the scope of what the White House expects from us on [alleged] misinformation going forward."

Colorado Utility Locks 22,000 Customer Thermostats Amid Heatwave

Colorado Utility Locks 22,000 Customer Thermostats Amid Heatwave | 1 Sept 2022 | Record-breaking heat is hitting Western states, and customers looking for a reprieve on Aug. 30 turned to their air conditioners for help. But more than 22,000 Xcel Energy customers in Colorado were greeted with the message "energy emergency" on their smart thermostats, preventing them from reducing the temperature below 78 degrees. With tempers and temperatures flaring, Xcel's customers took to Twitter to vent their frustration, prompting Xcel to remind customers that they agreed to such lockouts in exchange for cash... Specifically, the reward program allows Xcel customers to receive a one-time $100 bill credit upon enrollment and earn $25 every year they participate in the program. In exchange, Xcel has the right to adjust customers' thermostats on "the hottest days of summer" to reduce the load on the grid.

Joe Biden Declares War: 'MAGA Republicans a Clear and Present Danger - MAGA Republicans Embrace Anger, Thrive on Chaos, Live in the Shadow of Lies'

Joe Biden Declares War: 'MAGA Republicans a Clear and Present Danger - MAGA Republicans Embrace Anger, Thrive on Chaos, Live in the Shadow of Lies' | 1 Sept 2022 | Joe Biden started his speech Thursday night attacking President Trump and his supporters -- 75 million Americans. Joe Biden calls MAGA Republicans "a clear and present danger to our democracy." (Video)

Disgraced Former FBI Official Andrew McCabe Says Joe Biden Didn't Go Far Enough Threatening MAGA Republicans

Disgraced Former FBI Official Andrew McCabe Says Joe Biden Didn't Go Far Enough Threatening MAGA Republicans | 1 Sept 2022| Disgraced former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on Thursday evening said Joe Biden didn't go far enough threatening Trump supporters. Joe Biden on Thursday evening declared war on Trump supporters in a divisive prime time speech on the "battle for the soul of America" from Philadelphia. Joe Biden called 75-plus million Trump supporters "a clear and present danger to our democracy." ...This wasn't enough red meat for the rabid former FBI Deputy Director who got fired for lying to federal investigators. McCabe told a CNN panel that Joe Biden should have talked about what he's going to do to take care of the problem - the problem being the millions of Trump supporters. "People would like to have seen a bit more references to accountability. There really wasn't much talk about what we're doing about those insurrectionists," McCabe said. McCabe, Biden and leftists like them won't be happy until every Trump supporter is locked up or dead.

CDC Panel Votes in Favor of Recommending New Covid Booster Shots That Have Never Been Tested on Humans

CDC Panel Votes in Favor of Recommending New Covid Booster Shots That Have Never Been Tested on Humans | 1 Sept 2022 | A CDC panel on Thursday voted in favor of approving the latest Covid booster shot that hasn't even been tested on humans. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky still has to give the final approval. The latest Covid booster was supposedly reformulated to 'protect' against Omicron subvariants. The new COVID boosters were not tested on humans -- only mice. The boosters got emergency authorization this week and a CDC panel on Thursday voted to recommend the shots for people over the age of 12.

'Treasonous': Rick Scott Slams McConnell's Wing of GOP for Trashing Republican Senate Candidates

'Treasonous': Rick Scott Slams McConnell's Wing of GOP for Trashing Republican Senate Candidates | Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), slammed Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Deep State-KY) and the establishment wing of the Republican party on Thursday for trashing GOP Senate candidates in swing states. "Unfortunately, many of the very people responsible for losing the Senate last cycle are now trying to stop us from winning the majority this time by trash-talking our Republican candidate," Scott wrote in the Washington Examiner about the establishment uniparty in Washington, DC. "It’s an amazing act of cowardice, and ultimately, it's treasonous to the conservative cause," Scott continued. "Giving anonymous quotes to help the Washington Post or the New York Times write stories trashing Republicans is the same as working with the Democratic National Committee." Speaking with Politico, Scott called out McConnell directly for misaligning his political agenda with the NRSC, which is in charge of reclaiming the Senate in November.

Ukraine planned to use IAEA team as 'human shields' – Russia

Ukraine planned to use IAEA team as 'human shields' – Russia | 1 Sept 2022 | Kiev forces wanted to seize the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant in a daring military raid and use the personnel of the UN nuclear watchdog as "human shields" to maintain control over the facility, the Russian Defense Ministry claimed on Thursday. The botched raid came shortly before a team of experts with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) – including the organization's head, Rafael Grossi - arrived at the plant for an inspection. According to the Russian military, multiple Ukrainian "saboteur groups" crossed the Kakhovka Reservoir in speedboats and barges near the plant early in the morning, but were intercepted and destroyed by Russian troops and National Guard forces. "Obviously, if the operation of the Kiev regime to seize the station was a success, the head of the IAEA, [Rafael] Grossi, and the experts of the mission would become a 'human shield' for Ukrainian saboteurs to prevent any attempts to destroy them by the Russian armed forces," the Russian MoD said in a statement.

Ukraine launches raid near Zaporozhye nuclear plant - Russia

Ukraine launches raid near Zaporozhye nuclear plant - Russia --Two commando groups landed nearby while amphibious teams were intercepted en route, Moscow has said | 1 Sept 2022 | Ukraine deployed troops from several directions in an apparent attempt to capture the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant on Thursday morning, the Russian Defense Ministry has announced. In one incident, two separate "sabotage groups" with a total strength of up to 60 troops used seven speedboats to cross the Kakhovka Reservoir and land about three kilometers from the nuclear facility to the northeast early in the morning, according to the claim. The Ukrainian commandos were presumably hoping to capture the station from the Russian troops who are guarding it, but were blocked, the ministry indicted. The Russian military deployed attack helicopters to support the plant's guards, it added.

'Censorship Enterprise': Emails Reveal Biden Administration Coordinated With Facebook, Twitter

'Censorship Enterprise': Emails Reveal Biden Administration Coordinated With Facebook, Twitter | 1 Sept 2022 | Dozens of federal officials across multiple agencies within the Biden administration communicated extensively with social media companies to coordinate censorship of information, according to internal documents released by Republican Attorneys General Eric Schmitt of Missouri and Jeff Landry of Louisiana. Officials within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) sent emails to employees at Facebook and Twitter to flag instances of alleged misinformation and provide talking points to counter allegedly false narratives spreading on the platforms. Government officials would occasionally initiate this activity, with one message from a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention official requesting monthly meetings with Facebook to plan "debunking" strategies, and a White House official requesting the removal of a parody Anthony Fauci account. One collection of emails shows Facebook staff collaborating closely with staff at the the Department of Health and Human Services to remove Facebook groups, with one message describing the collaboration as "critical." Staff from the CDC discussed setting up "regular chats" with Twitter.

Greenwich first selectman seeking investigation after video suggests discrimination in Cos Cob against Catholics, conservative teachers

Greenwich first selectman seeking investigation after video suggests discrimination in Cos Cob against Catholics, conservative teachers | 1 Sept 2022 | (CT) Greenwich First Selectman Fred Camillo called Wednesday for an independent investigation into the town's hiring practices after a school administrator said in a video that he avoids hiring conservatives and Roman Catholics. A former Republican state legislator, Camillo was responding to comments made by a Cos Cob School assistant principal in an undercover video that was made by Project Veritas... The educator, Jeremy Boland, was placed on administrative leave as both Republicans and Democrats condemned his comments. In a video that lasts 12 minutes, Boland talked extensively at different locations to a woman who is not seen on the video. "Believe it or not, the open-minded, more progressive teachers are actually more savvy about delivering a Democratic message without really ever having to mention politics," Boland said. When asked if he would ever hire a Catholic, Boland responded, "Honestly, I don't want to. ...Because if someone is raised hardcore Catholic, it's like they're brainwashed. You can never change their mindset." He added, "I'm not a huge expert on religion, but Protestants in this area are probably the most liberal. But if they're Catholic -- conservative."

Trump: Why Release Picture of Secret Documents?

Trump: Why Release Picture of Secret Documents? | 31 Aug 2022 | Former President Donald Trump suggested FBI agents were reckless with classified documents during the raid at Mar-a-Lago "perhaps pretending it was me who did it." Trump's latest comments about the FBI search at his Florida home were posted Wednesday morning on Truth Social. "Terrible the way the FBI, during the Raid of Mar-a-Lago, threw documents haphazardly all over the floor (perhaps pretending it was me that did it!), and then started taking pictures of them for the public to see," Trump said."Thought they wanted them kept Secret? Lucky I Declassified!" The Justice Department in court papers Tuesday said it had evidence that classified documents were deliberately concealed from the FBI when it tried to retrieve them from Trump's Florida home. The DOJ released a photograph of some of the records found inside Trump's home. The Daily Mail reported that the bombshell photo showed papers -- many marked "top secret" -- on the carpet of the Florida mansion during the Aug. 8 search.

School Board Backtracks After Parents Speak Out Against Submitting Student-Athlete Data to Gates-Linked Platform

School Board Backtracks After Parents Speak Out Against Submitting Student-Athlete Data to Gates-Linked Platform | 31 Aug 2022 | After controversy erupted at an Aug. 17 school board meeting in West Palm Beach, Florida, the School District of Palm Beach County School Board walked back a policy that would have required medical data for student athletes to be submitted online via Aktivate, a digital platform connected to Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos. The policy would have required all mandatory forms and medical data for the registration of middle school and high school athletes to be submitted via the Aktivate platform, instead of in paper form. Aktivate is a private company, founded in 2021, that designs and markets software for the registration of student athletes and the submission of their medical data. Although the school board is said to have been aware it would be signing a contract with Aktivate as early as February 2022, finalizing that deal in May, parents and athletic personnel were not consulted and not informed until July, shortly before athletic registrations for the new school year were to begin.

PA School District OK's Satanic Temple's Request to Host Back-to-School Event at Public School

PA School District OK's Satanic Temple's Request to Host Back-to-School Event at Public School | 31 Aug 2022 | After voting against allowing an "After School Satan Club" at an elementary school last April, a Pennsylvania school district has given The Satanic Temple (TST) permission to host a back-to-school night event. The Northern York County School District approved an application submitted by TST to use the auditorium of Northern High School located in Dillsburg for the event scheduled for Sept. 24. Details about the event have not been released. "As a public school district, the use of our school facilities must be permitted without discrimination. We cannot and do not arbitrarily pick and choose which organizations may or may not use our facilities," Superintendent of Schools Steve Kirkpatrick said in a statement.

Satanic Temple to hold back-to-school event at Pennsylvania high school

Satanic Temple to hold back-to-school event at Pennsylvania high school | 25 Aug 2022 | (Dillsburg, PA) On Tuesday, Northern York County School District officials gave the green light for The Satanic Temple (TST) to host an event at Northern High School. The event is a back-to-school night for the After School Satan Club. "We know people have assumptions about what Satanism is and those assumptions are almost universally wrong," said Lucien Greaves. Greaves is the co-founder of The Satanic Temple, which is based in Massachusetts. The scheduling of the satanic event comes just a few days after Northern York hosted a prayer night by the Christian-affiliated, Dillsburg Community Worship and Prayer. Greaves says congregants of The Satanic Temple should have similar access to school facilities.

DOJ opposes special master in Trump case, alleges classified materials were concealed

DOJ opposes special master in Trump case, alleges classified materials were concealed | 31 Aug 2022 | The Biden Justice Department late Tuesday told a federal judge it opposes naming a special master to review evidence taken from Donald Trump's Florida home, alleging there may have been an effort to conceal classified documents after the president's lawyers received a grand jury subpoena earlier this summer. DOJ "developed evidence that government records were likely concealed and removed" from a storage locker in Mar-A-Lago and "that efforts were likely taken to obstruct the government's investigation," prosecutors argued in the new filing. In its 36-page filing, DOJ said the former president's request for a special master "fails for multiple, independent reasons," including that it would "harm national security interests."

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