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Sep 21 07:10

THIS WILL SHOCK YOU TO YOUR CORE: 9/11 From Cheney to Mossad

Sep 21 07:05

Immigration truth. (Picture)

Sep 21 07:05

Judge halts Trump administration's order to remove Chinese-owned WeChat from app stores on grounds it would 'affect users' First Amendment rights' (Picture)

A judge has blocked the Trump administration from requiring Apple and Google to remove Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for downloads.

Sep 21 06:54

UK fines $13,000 to those who break quarantine during second wave

Intellihub editor’s note: We are starting to see harsh rhetoric and heavy penalties surrounding COVID-19 as a second wave purportedly ramps up. The question is what is COVID really a cover for?

The UK witnessed new record coronavirus case numbers reported in a single day since May on Saturday, logging over 4,420 confirmed infections.

And now authorities are getting desperate, threatening severe law enforcement measures and penalties, with the latest being that those who test positive but refuse to self-quarantine can be hit with a fine up to $13,000 (or 10,000 pounds).

Sep 21 06:52

Donkey Sculpture Is Set On FIRE On Front Lawn Of Democrat Politician In Maine - As Lawmaker Blasts 'Act Of Political Terrorism'

A Democrat donkey sculpture on a front lawn in a Maine town was set on fire in what one lawmaker has called an act of 'political terrorism.'

Sep 21 06:47

Visualizing the Richest Cities in the US

Sep 21 06:44

'Democrats Are Too Scared': Dershowitz Says Party Yielding To 'Fundamentally Hate Filled' Wing

Dershowitz accused Democrats of not having the guts to reject anti-Semitism as the progressive part of the party, responsible for the protests, cancel culture and 'woke' beliefs that are fundamentally rooted in hate keep the once tolerant party paralyzed.

Democrats "don't have the guts to stand up" against anti-Semitism within their party said legal expert Alan Dershowitz, a longtime Democrat who is Jewish.

Sep 21 06:33

Mitch McConnell secures key swing vote of GOP Senator Lamar Alexander in the fight for the Supreme Court nomination after two Republican dissenters said they would vote against Trump's pick before the election

Mitch McConnell has locked down the key swing vote of GOP Senator Lamar Alexander for his Supreme Court fight, after two Republicans said Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should not be replaced before the election.

The Tennessee Senator threw his support behind McConnell in a statement Sunday, saying 'no one should be surprised' by a new appointment in an election year and that voters 'expect it'.

The news is a blow to the Democrats, as the retiring Senator was viewed as a potential swing vote against McConnell and Trump's plans to rush the court appointment.

Sep 21 06:08

Iran says America is facing 'maximum isolation' as world powers dismiss US claim that UN sanctions against the country are back in force

Iran said Sunday its arch-foe the United States is facing 'maximum isolation' after major powers dismissed a unilateral US declaration that UN sanctions on Tehran were back in force.

Sep 21 06:02

Wall Street Journal: Dems Accuse GOP Of Breaking Rules On Judges. That’s A Laugh.

The Wall Street Journal editorial board ripped Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) on Sunday for reputedly snapping that “nothing is off the table for next year” if Republicans confirm a Supreme Court nominee in Congress before the November election.

Sep 21 06:00

Report: Woman Arrested For Allegedly Sending Ricin To President Trump

Law enforcement officials have reportedly arrested a woman suspected of sending ricin, a biological agent that is fatal at even small doses when ingested or inhaled, to President Donald Trump in an envelope earlier this week, authorities said Sunday afternoon.

Sep 21 05:58

Dems Freak Out Trump Will Make SCOTUS Nomination. RBG 2016: ‘The President Has The Authority … Is Elected For 4 Years Not 3 Years’

When the GOP-led Senate used its constitutional powers to block the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland in 2016, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg admitted that the president had the power to nominate a candidate for a Supreme Court vacancy any time during his four-year tenure, and that the Senate had every right to confirm the nomination or not.

Sep 21 05:56

Subway saboteur, 30, is arrested for 'throwing metal clamps onto the tracks and derailing a train in Manhattan', injuring three

A Bronx man has been charged with criminal mischief after metal clamps were thrown on to New York subway tracks, causing a train to derail leaving injuring three people.

Sep 21 05:53

AG Barr To Officially Designate 3 U.S. Cities As ‘Anarchist Jurisdictions,’ Report Says

Attorney General William Barr has reportedly designated three U.S. cities—all controlled by Democrats—as “anarchist jurisdictions” that are being targeted to be defunded by the federal government for failing to stop violent rioters and for defunding law enforcement departments.

Sep 21 05:53

Second wave of #MeToo hits Europe as French opera singer, Danish TV presenter and Norwegian politician speak out about alleged sexual misconduct

Europe has been hit with a fresh wave of #MeToo allegations after high profile women spoke out about be subjected to sexual harassment and misconduct at work.

Sep 21 05:41

Sneaky Joe: Biden Spends Career Warning Of Voter Fraud, Now It's Just 'A Myth'?

The Democratic Party today tries to minimize the risks of possible electoral fraud, however, the party's presidential candidate, Joe Biden, spent decades of his career sounding the alarm about it.

Sep 21 05:41

Assassination Attempt On President Trump As Package Of Deadly Poison Is Mailed To Him

It appears that there was just an assassination attempt on President Donald Trump, as a package of the deadly poison ricin was mailed to the White House. Luckily, law enforcement was able to intercept the package, which was addressed to Trump.

Sep 21 05:41

Archaeologists uncover 27 ancient wooden coffins buried for 2,500 years in Egypt in largest discovery of its kind

27 sarcophagi that were buried 2,500 years ago have been discovered in Egypt in what is believed to be the largest find of its kind.

Archaeologists working at the ancient Saqqara necropolis near Cairo uncovered the incredible collection.

Initially only 13 sarcophagi were found earlier this month, but further efforts have uncovered an extra 14, the BBC reports.

Sep 21 05:40

Then they came for the benches: Norway may cancel ‘PROBLEMATIC’ tribute to ‘racist’ botanist von Linne, who coined ‘Homo sapiens’

An Oslo park bench bearing the name of Carl von Linne, an 18th century Swedish scientist known as “the prince of botanists” and the founder of modern taxonomy, could be removed after local politicians have deemed him to be racist.

The Old Oslo borough council is calling for the removal of the bench, which is located in the district's Botanical Garden and has von Linne's name inscribed on its back. The request – the latest in a wave of leftist attacks on historical figures – is expected to be sent to the University of Oslo's Natural History Museum this week after being approved in a vote by the council last Thursday.

Sep 21 05:40

No-holds-barred battle for Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat will be the final nail in the coffin of America's democracy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death sets in motion a battle for the future of the Supreme Court, the rule of law and the concept of an independent judiciary. It will be a battle without a victor, and American democracy will be the loser.

Throughout her life, Bader Ginsburg (aka, the Notorious RBG) was the embodiment of how the rule of law, manifested through the vehicle of the Constitution of the United States, could (and should) serve the interests of the American people by ensuring that the playing field that is American society was as level as possible. Whether one agrees with her politics or not, RBG’s defense of the constitutionally based principles of individual liberties and freedoms was the personification of what the judicial process in America should be about.

Sep 21 05:39

Sign Of The Times: Old, Debunked Claims Of Racism Surface At New York Museums

A group of both former and current employees are working to denounce racism and sexism at the Guggenheim Museum is led by “disgruntled” white women who are “intimidating” employees of colour to join their agenda.

The group, A Better Guggenheim, claims it is holding the museum “accountable for systemic racism and a toxic work environment.” Members, including a leader who was dismissed and was not hired back, calls to force the resignation of the Museum’s top executives.

“It feels sinister,” said an employee of the museum who wanted to stay anonymous. “They are terrorizing employees and compromising the work that people are doing to address the issues, and diluting the real cause. It’s a joke that it’s called ‘A Better Guggenheim.'”

Sep 21 05:38

In His Own Words: See, Hear Biden's Thoughts On Election Year SCOTUS Vacancies

Joe Biden shows hypocrisy after his words from 2016 have resurfaced in which he railed on Republicans for holding up a Supreme Court appointment, saying that it is the ‘constitutional duty’ of a president to nominate if a vacancy becomes available.

His words emerged this week after he slammed President Donald Trump for nominating a candidate to fill the vacancy left by the demise of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday.

Biden said that the nomination should wait until after the election in 44 days.

Trump lashed out back at Biden Saturday night, calling on him to release his own list of potential nominees and accusing him of being afraid to ward off voters by releasing the names before the 3rd of November.

Sep 21 05:37

Donald Trump 'should and will fill the Supreme Court seat before the election'

Sep 21 05:36

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tells Her Followers To "Fight From The Streets" To Block Trump SCOTUS Nomination

The announcement of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday night sent shockwaves through the nation, primarily because her passing opens up the opportunity for President Donald Trump to appoint an unprecedented third judge to the High Court in his first term.

Sep 21 05:36

Spirit Airlines flight attendant threatens to call police on passenger wearing 'illegal' stars and stripes neck gaiter as a face mask 'because it doesn't have two layers of cloth'

A Spirit Airlines flight attendant has threatened to call police on a passenger who was wearing a neck gaiter as a face covering, claiming it was 'illegal' because it did not have two layers of cloth.

Sep 21 05:33

CNN Medical Analyst Says BLM Protests Are Safer from Coronavirus Spread than Trump Rallies (5 Cartoon)

During a roundtable discussion CNN’s resident medical analyst Leana Wen made the absurd claim that Black Lives Matter protests are somehow safer to attend than Trump rallies.

Sep 21 05:33

Cops investigate homeowner who jokingly urged voters to put mail-in ballots in a TOILET after Democratic clerk complained people might think it was a real polling station

A Michigan resident's apparent joke showing disdain for voting by mail is no laughing matter for one election official.

Sep 21 05:31

Collapse Is A Process, Not An Event

Sep 21 05:26

Sadiq Wants London Lockdown TOMORROW - Nooooooooo!

Sep 21 05:25

US envoy rejects threat from Joe Biden that Boris Johnson's Brexit bill could harm trade deal with 'our friend' the UK

The US ambassador has rejected a threat from Joe Biden that Boris Johnson's Brexit bill could harm a trade deal with Britain, and said Washington had 'no greater friend' than the UK, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Sep 21 05:25

Cruz says he would not accept SCOTUS nomination: 'I want to be in political fight'

Sep 21 05:25

'You're doing irreparable damage and destruction!' Dentists blast TikTok stars for dangerous new trend that sees them grinding down their teeth with NAIL FILES in a bid to create a symmetrical smile

Dentists are hitting out against a dangerous new trend on TikTok, in which people grind down their uneven teeth with nail files.

Sep 21 05:25

Italians Able to Head to Polls in Seven Regional Elections Despite Coronavirus

Italians in seven regions headed to the polls Sunday for two days of voting shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Voters were required to wear masks and maintain social distancing as they cast ballots in regional contests originally scheduled for the spring but delayed due to the pandemic. Italy’s outbreak has claimed more than 35,600 lives — the second-worst confirmed death toll in Europe after Britain — and stricken 296,500 people since February.

For the first time, voters over 65 will have preferential access and will be guided to the front of any line by volunteers from Italy’s civil protection agency.

Once inside, voters may lower their masks just long enough to confirm their identity against voting cards and ID documents. And in a change, voters leaving the voting booths will place the ballots inside the boxes themselves, instead of turning them over to poll workers.

Sep 21 05:24

The USA on the brink of civil war

In this article, the author seeks to draw our attention to a fact that is difficult for Westerners to conceive of: the American people are experiencing a crisis of civilization. They are so deeply divided that the presidential election is not just about electing a leader, but about determining what the country (empire or nation?) should be. Neither side is capable of accepting to lose, so much so that each could resort to violence to impose its point of view.

Sep 21 05:24

Political Islam against China

You are probably aware that you are incompletely informed about what is brewing in Myanmar, and you probably haven’t heard about the military coalition that is preparing to attack that country. And yet, as Thierry Meyssan reveals here, these current events have been in preparation by Riyadh and Washington since 2013. Don’t take sides before you read this article and digest the information.

Sep 21 05:23

New Yorker: White People Must Start to Realize That Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Wagner, Verdi, Debussy, and Strauss Were All White

What Ewell calls “the white racial frame”—he takes the term from the sociologist Joe Feagin—has the special power of being invisible. Thurman, in her paper “Performing Lieder, Hearing Race,” makes a similar point: “Classical music, like whiteness itself, is frequently racially unmarked and presented as universal—until people of color start performing it.”

Sep 21 05:23

Moroccans Make Up Nearly a Quarter of All Juvenile Inmates in Spain

A study has revealed that around a quarter of those in juvenile detention in Spain come from Morocco and as many as three in ten illegal migrants have committed some sort of crime.

According to the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) there are at least 5,500 supposedly underage Moroccans in Spain, the vast majority of whom live in the country’s North African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla.

A study conducted by the Spanish Secretary of State for Security Affairs on links between illegal migration and crime also found that Moroccan minors made up nearly a quarter of those in juvenile detention, Le360 reports.

Sep 21 05:23

Jennifer Aniston, Zendaya and Tracee Ellis Ross bring the glamour IN-PERSON while most of Hollywood suit up at home for first-ever virtual Primetime Emmy Awards

The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards went online for the first time ever amid the coronavirus pandemic
Most of the nominees stayed home and gave speeches live on camera
The massive production saw 130-odd nominees sent cameras to hook up in their own living rooms

Sep 21 05:22

Majority of Germans Fear Taking Migrants from Greece Will Trigger New Migrant Wave

A majority of Germans have expressed concern that the German government taking in large numbers of migrants from Greece after the Moria migrant camp fire could trigger a new wave of migration.

The German government, under Chancellor Angela Merkel, pledged to take in 1,500 migrants following the Moria fire, seemingly started by migrant arsonists, that left around 13,000 of them homeless on the island of Lesbos.

According to a poll released this week by German broadcaster ZDF, 62 per cent of Germans think that if the government takes a large portion of migrants from Moria it could lead to a significant wave of mass migration into Europe.

Across the political spectrum, only a majority of supporters of the far-left Green party did not believe that letting in migrants from Moria would trigger a large movement of migrants to Europe.

Sep 21 05:21

Hyperinflation, Fascism And War: How The New World Order May Be Defeated Once More

While the world’s attention is absorbed by tectonic shifts unfolding across America as “a perfect storm” of civil war, and military coup threatens to undo both the elections and the very foundations of the republic itself, something very ominous has appeared “off of the radar” of most onlookers. This something is a financial collapse of the trans-Atlantic banks that threatens to unleash chaos upon the world. It is this collapse that underlies the desperate efforts being made by the neo-con drive for total war with Russia, China and other members of the growing Mutlipolar Alliance today.

Sep 21 05:20

Pelosi: Late Term Abortions are Sacred

Sep 21 05:20

Levin warns on SCOTUS vacancy “What the Democrats want to do is sabotage this entire process”

Appearing on Fox and Friends, Mark Levin blasted Democrats hoping to stall the filling of the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Justice Ginsburg until 2021.

Levin said “It’s a very strange thing, this Democrat Party. First of all, they hate the Constitution because they’ve spent the last several months pulling out statues of the founders and saying that the Constitution was adopted by slaveholders. Then they wave it around to justify the destruction of the Constitution.”

“What the Democrats want to do is sabotage this entire process,” Levin continued.

“We don’t take an oath to the Democrat Party. We don’t take an oath to Chuck Schumer. We didn’t take an oath to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. God bless her. One of the most left-wing, political activist justices in American history, which is why the left is freaking out,” Levin added.

Sep 21 05:19

Mitt Romney Caught Taking Big Money Donations from George Soros Org

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) has been caught taking large donations from globalist billionaire George Soros’ organization, Soros Fund Management, financial records have revealed.

Political figures who have received money from Soros include Democrat powerhouses such as former President Barack Obama, Sen. Chuck Schumer, former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, and others.

Disturbingly, back in 2012, George Soros said he saw little difference between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, and it has now been revealed that Romney is on George Soros’ payroll.

The Utahn senator stunned everyone when he became the only Republican to vote to convict President Donald Trump in the recent Democrat-led impeachment sham.

Does his decision to accept Soros’ dark money donations explain his decision?

Sep 21 05:19

Jim Jordan: Dems are criticizing Trump for following the constitution

Sep 21 05:18

Election 2020 Poll: Trump Gains Momentum In Florida, Leads Biden In Texas

Perception that President Donald Trump is better at managing the economy than Democratic challenger Joe Biden helped him gain momentum in the key swingstates.

The latest Battleground Tracker Poll from CBS News shows Trump cut into Biden's lead among likely voters in Florida while increasing his narrow advantage over his challenger in the toss-up state of Texas.

The poll shows the economy at front and center among voters despite the devastating blows COVID-19 has delivered to those states. It reveals Biden with a 2% lead over Trump in Florida, and Trump with an equal edge over Biden in Texas. Both these leads are within the poll's margin of error.

In unpredictable Florida with its large population of retirees, Biden leads Trump by only two points -- 48% to 46% -- down four points from the previous poll. In Texas, Trump has a 48% to 46% edge over Biden, a 1% bump for Trump.

Sep 21 05:18

Dems Bringing Dishonor To Ginsburg Who Said 'Packing Court' Is Undemocratic

Democrats threaten to pack the Supreme Court if Trump nominee is confirmed.

As President Trump moves to nominate a candidate to fill the seat of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on Friday, there are a growing number of Democrats who threaten to implement a radical strategy and fill the Supreme Court if they take control of the White House and the Senate.

Sep 21 05:14

Patrick Vallance and Chris Whitty warn Britons WILL have to lose freedoms: Advisers say daily Covid infections will be 50,000 within a month with 200 deaths per day by November 'if we don't change course'

Sir Patrick Vallance today warned the UK faces 50,000 new daily cases of coronavirus by the middle of October and more than 200 deaths everyday by November if the disease is not brought under control as Boris Johnson prepares a fresh crackdown on freedoms.

Sep 21 05:13

Patrick Vallance and Chris Whitty warn Britons WILL have to lose freedoms: Advisers say daily Covid infections will be 50,000 within a month with 200 deaths per day by November 'if we don't change course'

Sir Patrick Vallance today warned the UK faces 50,000 new daily cases of coronavirus by the middle of October and more than 200 deaths everyday by November if the disease is not brought under control as Boris Johnson prepares a fresh crackdown on freedoms.

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