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Jun 23 06:45

National Justice Exclusive: Black Police Major Ordering Arrest of White Parents Protesting CRT Is An NAACP Member Who Shot His Own Daughter

Earlier today a group of white parents gathered at a school board meeting in Loudon County, Virginia to peacefully protest the anti-white racial hate their children are being subjected to in class.

The Loudon Co. Sheriff’s office, infuriated at the content of their message, subsequently declared the school board meeting an unlawful assembly and began arresting the parents.

A source familiar with the incident told National Justice that the decision to declare unlawful assembly and start arresting the peaceful parents was made by Maj. Easton McDonald, the black man seen in the footage directing the white officers to handcuff the parent.

Maj. McDonald is a supporter of an anti-white organization, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and has been the keynote speaker at recent racially charged events.

Jun 23 06:44

Judge deciding whether to dismiss case alleging Fulton election fraud

Grasping for evidence of election fraud, lawyers for skeptical voters asked a judge Monday to keep their case alive and allow them to inspect 147,000 Fulton County absentee ballots with high-powered microscopes in the Georgia World Congress Center.

But attorneys for the county told Superior Court Judge Brian Amero he should dismiss all or part of the lawsuit because last year’s election is over, there’s no proof of fraud, and no one’s voting rights are in jeopardy.

Amero, a Henry County judge assigned to consider the Fulton case, didn’t immediately issue a ruling Monday, saying he needed time to review the issues before making a decision. Amero had previously ordered Fulton to unseal its absentee ballots but put the ballot inspection on hold while he considered motions to dismiss the case.


Jun 23 06:43

Venezuelan Immigrant Says UK, US Share Same Destiny, Both Mortally Threatened By Great Replacement

Americans are not alone in their struggle to preserve their nation’s demographic character. The United Kingdom, the Mother civilization of this great country, is going through her own Great Replacement. White Britons have known since at least 2010 that they’ll become a minority by about 2060 if things don’t change. [White UK population could become a minority by the 2060s, says expert, Urban Kapital Blog, Sep 3, 2020]. But a report two years ago about England’s second largest city, Birmingham, sharpened the point: It predicted that more than half the city’s 1.2 million residents being non-white, meaning whites will become a minority this year. [British white people set to become a minority in Birmingham, says report, by Carl Jackson, Birmingham Live, June 27, 2018]. In 2017, the city’s Muslims posted a sign: “No whites allowed after 8 p.m.” Birmingham is no longer British.

Jun 23 06:43

Michelle Malkin: Blowing The Lid Off Probate Predators

There is a silent epidemic in this country claiming the lives and property of untold numbers of innocent elderly and disabled Americans. It has nothing to do with exotic viruses. In fact, it's a homegrown phenomenon involving corrupt elected officials, judges and lawyers.

The deadly disease running rampant in our court system is probate and guardianship abuse.

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Then there is that whole Britney Spears mess.

Jun 23 06:41

Manchin, Rubio reintroduce bill allowing states to crack down on BDS movement

Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) have reintroduced legislation that would provide states with more tools to attack the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

The Combating BDS Act of 2021 would effectively allow state and local governments to implement laws targeting firms that boycott Israel. Similar legislation has been introduced in the Senate and House and lawmakers attempted to push this bill after congress returned from the government shutdown in 2019.

“The bipartisan Combating BDS Act is a step towards ensuring individual states have the right to pass laws that prevent business transactions with the anti-Israeli BDS movement,” said Manchin in a statement. “I urge my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to join this bipartisan legislation to support individual states and our valued ally, Israel.”

Jun 23 06:40

A Court Ruled Rachel Maddow's Viewers Know She Offers Exaggeration and Opinion, Not Facts

MSNBC's top-rated host Rachel Maddow devoted a segment in 2019 to accusing the right-wing cable outlet One America News (OAN) of being a paid propaganda outlet for the Kremlin. Discussing a Daily Beast article which noted that one OAN reporter was a "Russian national” who was simultaneously writing copy for the Russian-owned outlet Sputnik on a freelance contract, Maddow escalated the allegation greatly into a broad claim about OAN's real identity and purpose: “in this case,” she announced, “the most obsequiously pro-Trump right wing news outlet in America really literally is paid Russian propaganda."


Jun 23 06:40

New method instantly turns carbon into graphene or diamonds


Researchers have developed a way to use “flashes” of electricity to convert carbon into various forms – graphene or nanodiamonds.

Scientists at Rice University have developed a way to convert carbon from various sources into useful forms like graphene or diamonds. The new technique uses a “flash” of electricity to heat carbon. The length of the flash determines its final shape.

The method itself is known as flash joule heating (FJH), and the team first described it in January 2020. An electric current is passed through the carbonaceous materials, heating them to about 2,727°C, which turns the carbon into pristine turbostratic graphene flakes.

The researchers have now refined the process to create other materials. The initial flares lasted 10 milliseconds, but scientists have found that by changing their duration from 10 to 500

Jun 23 06:39

Air Force Flightlines Are Under Threat From Drones And It Wants Your Ideas On How To Protect Them

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) is asking for outside ideas on how to secure its flightlines at permanent and temporary air bases both at home and abroad. AFWERX, a USAF program aimed at bringing innovation and entrepreneurs to Air Force programs, has announced a set of challenges as part of its Revolutionizing USAF Flightline Operations initiative. The challenge seeks proposals for new ideas related to flightline security operations, including the increasingly pressing goal of neutralizing unmanned aerial systems (UAS) that intrude into these highly sensitive areas.

Jun 23 06:39

Big bye (Picture)

Jun 23 06:38

Concerns Rise That Delta Variant May Become Predominant Coronavirus Strain in the U.S.


Jun 23 06:36

Vaccine Remorse hits America

Jun 23 06:35

USAF’s First Electric Ultra-Short Takeoff Plane Blows eVTOLs Out of the Water

The U.S. Air Force is serious about introducing innovative air mobility vehicles into its future operations. Electra was just selected by USAF to develop ultra-short takeoff aircraft, as part of the Agility Prime program. In only a few years, we will be seeing Air Force-operated electric aircraft like nothing we’ve seen before.
According to USAF, there are now more than 200 companies that are developing cutting-edge vertical flight aircraft based on electric vertical takeoff and landing technologies (eVTOLs), all over the world. By launching Agility Prime, described by the Air Force as a “non-traditional” program, USAF intends to bring together industry partners, government representatives and investors, in order to speed up the process of making these types of vehicles commercially viable.

Jun 23 06:31

Death and Lockdowns

Now that the 2020 figures have been properly tallied, there’s still no convincing evidence that strict lockdowns reduced the death toll from Covid-19. But one effect is clear: more deaths from other causes, especially among the young and middle-aged, minorities, and the less affluent.

The best gauge of the pandemic’s impact is what statisticians call “excess mortality,” which compares the overall number of deaths with the total in previous years. That measure rose among older Americans because of Covid-19, but it rose at an even sharper rate among people aged 15 to 54, and most of those excess deaths were not attributed to the virus.

Jun 23 06:29

FBI monitoring of social media posts before Jan 6 raises more questions of how much it REALLY knew prior to Capitol Hill riot

Publicly, US authorities have rigidly stuck to the story that no one saw the January 6 Capitol ruckus coming. But the publication of internal documents is casting further doubt on the established version of events.

On June 21, NBC News reported on a recent court filing that raises further questions about whether the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) foresaw what happened in Washington DC on January 6 and, if so, why the agency failed to sound the alarm in good time.

Jun 23 06:28

‘Does the bra double as a bulletproof vest?’ M&S ridiculed for launch of ‘inclusive’ lingerie range inspired by George Floyd

Marks & Spencer, the UK’s biggest underwear retailer, has been mocked after claiming its latest “inclusive” range of lingerie was inspired by the death of the black man George Floyd at the hands of a US police officer.

In a press statement on Monday, the retailer proudly unveiled its new “nothing neutral about it” lingerie range, claiming to offer its customers “more colours, more sizes and more choice."

It boasted that it had always led the way on “inclusivity”, offering sizes from six to 24 and employing “representative models”, but said it was time to do more.


Jun 23 06:28

A Mega Comet Or Minor Planet Is Approaching On A Very Eccentric Orbit

An object with an orbit that takes it almost a light-year from the Sun is about to pay us a visit. We have almost a decade's warning because it is unusually large for a visitor from such a distance; it could become the largest comet ever seen. Although estimates of the object 2014 UN271's trajectory are changing rapidly as we find more observations in the records, the current best guess is it last came within the orbits of the planets 3 million years ago, and it will be even longer before it comes back.

In astronomical terms “eccentricity” is a measure of how elongated an orbit is. A perfectly round orbit has an eccentricity of zero, whereas one that is almost infinitely longer than it is wide has a value approaching one. On this basis, 2014 UN271 is indeed very eccentric (with an estimate of 0.99948 made by one of its discoverers), but it also fits the bill in more colloquial terms, since it's not like any object we've seen before.

Jun 23 06:23

DuckDuckGo draws $100M from Internet pioneers, but don’t expect a fancy HQ

DuckDuckGo, the Paoli-based search engine that vows not to track users or sell their data, is preparing to launch a full-scale desktop browser, among other products, now that a squad of internet pioneers has bet $100 million on its success.

Founder Gabriel Weinberg started the firm in 2008 with capital raised by the sale of the social-media firm he ran as an MIT student. DuckDuckGo has grown to 129 employees, many of them software developers who work remotely, away from the company’s modest headquarters in a rowhouse-sized office building on Paoli Pike, a block from an Amtrak-SEPTA station.

As a private firm, DuckDuckGo doesn’t publish financials. But last week Weinberg posted online a brief report: The company “has been profitable since 2014 and today our revenue [from site advertising sales] exceeds $100 million a year, giving us the financial resources to continue growing rapidly.”

Jun 23 06:20

JIM TREACHER: Fauci Flip-Flops on Previous Flip-Flop About Masks.


Jun 23 06:18

Watch: US Patrol In Syria Blocked By Line Of Russian Commandos


Over the weekend, a US military patrol in northeastern Syria was blocked by the Russian military and forced to turn back to where they came from. The US reportedly violated existing security deals with Russia.

Video of the brief encounter published by the Russian side shows the tense moment that Russian troops physically blocked the road while clutching their rifles:

The US and Russia both have troops in reasonably close proximity in Syria, and the US tends to hype confrontations heavily. To try to reduce the number of issues, they’ve made several deals to coordinate their patrols and avoid running into one another.

That works well, as far as it goes, but in this case the US didn’t inform Russia ahead of time, so when the Russian forces ran into them, they complained about the US ignoring protocol on prior notice.

Jun 23 06:12

Color(ado) me shocked (Picture)

Jun 23 06:12

Brave launches Google Search alternative that gives users ‘ultimate privacy’

Google excels at creating internet apps and services that users absolutely love. The best part about it is that the vast majority of Google apps are available for free to anyone with a computer or a phone. But that’s also the worst part about it. Google customers do pay for the apps they use for free. Whether they realize it or not, and whether they accept it or not, they pay with their data. All Google apps collect massive amounts of information about the user, and all the separate data points are used to build profiles that are then served personalized ads. It’s how Google makes money and how it’s able to keep updating its services.


Jun 23 06:11

Biden announces crackdown on guns to stop rising crime after 'defund the police' movement swept across the US following last summer's riots over George Floyd's murder

Joe Biden is announcing a crackdown on guns today to stop rising crime after the 'defund the police' movement swept across the US following last summer's riots over George Floyd's murder.

Jun 23 06:11

How smart is that thermostat now? (Cartoon)



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Jun 23 06:10

This person got a point! (Picture)

Jun 23 06:09

Psaki Says Biden Admin Partnering with Private Sector to Bribe Kids with Xboxes to Get Vaccinated (VIDEO) How is this legal?


Jun 23 06:08

Soviets worked with West to bring down Nazi legacy – but now NATO expansion risks tearing Europe apart once again, Putin says

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that a new arms race is underway in Europe, driven by instability and tension, while insisting his country stands ready to rebuild friendly relations with nations across the continent.

Writing in Hamburg’s Die Zeit newspaper on Tuesday, Putin emphasized the role the Soviets played in liberating European nations from Nazi occupation. The president paid tribute to the soldiers of the Red Army, “who not only defended the independence and dignity of our homeland, but also saved Europe and the world from enslavement.”

He went on to add that the defeat of the Third Reich was also down to “our allies in the anti-Hitler coalition, participants in the Resistance movement, and German anti-fascists who brought our common victory closer.”

Jun 23 06:08

'Hate is dripping from the followers of Jesus in this room': Two parents are arrested as Loudoun County School Board descends into violence over new transgender rules

The Loudoun County School Board in Virginia cut off public comment during a meeting on Tuesday as residents debated contentious transgender policy proposals and Critical Race Theory.

Jun 23 06:08

By offering millions in support & taking it away on a whim, Washington acting ‘immorally’ with Kiev, says Russian Foreign Ministry

Following the decision to freeze $100-million-worth of military aid due to be sent to Ukraine, the Russian Foreign Ministry has accused the US of acting immorally in its policy towards Kiev, and playing games for its own benefit.

According to spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, Washington’s decision to keep the money, despite once pledging it, shows how the US is manipulating both the citizens and leadership of Ukraine. When the support was initially proposed, it benefited Washington. A few months later, the situation has changed, and the US immediately changed its mind.

“This is a classic game with Ukraine on the part of the US,” Zakharova said. “It is maneuvering and flirting. This [has been] a constant deception of the citizens of Ukraine for many years.”

Jun 23 06:08

Is the real reason the US is so interested in what’s going on in Xinjiang because it contains so much oil?

The Americans have made a lot of noise about the Uighurs, but given the region’s strategic importance to China and its richness in natural resources, that may be more about geopolitical machinations than human rights.

Last week, China made a significant announcement that went somewhat under the radar. In the Xinjiang autonomous region in the far west, its oil companies have discovered an oil reserve that amounts to nearly one billion tons. This is the largest found in China in decades, and adds to an ever-growing number of discoveries in this region.



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Jun 23 06:07

The UK publication of a history book labeled ‘too white’ has been delayed. ‘Publish and be damned’? That principle is clearly dead

The publishing world’s in danger of becoming a no-go area for freedom of expression. The delayed publication of a history text, amended after it was deemed “too white,” is proof of that.

There’s a veritable army of freelance censors and sensitivity entrepreneurs enlisted in the policing of culture. Poor Richard Cohen. The British author’s book, titled ‘The History Makers’, was due out earlier this month before being serialised on BBC Radio 4.

Promoted as an “epic exploration of who writes the past”, it had already been a target of cultural policing by Random House. The American publisher had previously demanded that Cohen rewrite part of his 800-page tome on the grounds that he failed to include a sufficiently large quota of black historians and academics. Yet, despite the rewrite, it decided to cancel his contract.

Jun 23 06:06

Nancy Pelosi 'will name a Democrat-led House select committee to investigate the Capitol riot' after Republicans blocked 9/11-style commission

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is planning to name a Democrat-led select committee to investigate the Capitol riot, reports sugged.

Pelosi made the announcement of her intentions during a closed-door meeting of the Steering and Policy Committee on Tuesday evening, according to two sources familiar with the discussions who spoke to Politico.

CNN reported Tuesday night that she would set up the panel after Republicans blocked a 9/11-style commission in the Senate.

Jun 23 06:06

American Airlines slashes HUNDREDS of flights through mid-July as demand for travel rises - but company insists the WEATHER is to blame rather than shortage of pilots following COVID furloughs

American Airlines will cut hundreds of flights over the next three weeks to avoid overloading its operation as demand for summer air travel rises faster than expected.

The airline said Tuesday that the cuts could average 50 to 60 flights a day the rest of June and between 50 and 80 a day in the first half of July. That is potentially more than 1 percent of its schedule.

On Tuesday, the airline had scrubbed 130 flights and more than 200 others were delayed by afternoon Central time, according to tracking service FlightAware.


Jun 23 06:04

'We're at your door, open it': How Secret Service swooped on Hunter after he accidentally paid Russian prostitute $25K after night at Chateau Marmont on account 'linked to dad Joe Biden', reveals laptop

Joe Biden might have inadvertently paid for a series of wild nights his son Hunter had with a prostitute at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont Hotel in 2018, according to text messages and receipts obtained from his laptop.

Jun 23 06:03

They thought they had a rare copy of the Declaration of Independence. Turns out it’s even more special.

The archive of the American Philosophical Society, consisting of an ever-expanding universe of 13 million manuscripts and 350,000 bound volumes and periodicals, with images and audiotapes proliferating on a daily basis, has reached the point where it is its own universe.

So it should be no surprise that APS, founded in 1743, has discovered that it possesses an exceedingly rare engraved copy of the Declaration of Independence ordered up by John Quincy Adams two centuries ago, and given to the society in 1842 by Daniel Webster. The society has just announced the discovery.

Jun 23 06:03

Biden will allow at least 10,000 deported asylum seekers to RETURN to US: Migrants whose claims were dismissed under Trump will be allowed back in from Mexico

Thousands of asylum-seekers whose claims were dismissed or denied under a Trump administration policy that forced them to wait in Mexico for their court hearings will be allowed to return for another chance at humanitarian protection, the Homeland Security Department said Tuesday.

Registration begins Wednesday for asylum-seekers who were subject to the 'Remain in Mexico' policy and either had their cases dismissed or denied for failing to appear in court, The Associated Press reported.

Under that criteria, it is unclear how many people will be eligible to be released into the United States pending a decision on their cases, according to a senior Homeland Security official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the announcement had not been made public.


Jun 23 06:02

Jill Biden lands in the South for a vaccine tour and says 'I feel like a miracle's here': First lady tries to get more shots in arms in Mississippi and Tennessee after White House said US will fall short of July 4 target of 70%

Jill Biden was in Donald Trump country Tuesday to push COVID vaccines as rates fall in the South and the White House concedes it won't make its July 4th goal of having 70% of adult Americans partially vaccinated.

The first lady, wearing a $2,075 red zebra and lemon print Dolce & Gabbana dress with a $600 black Veronica Beard blazer, arrived in Jackson, Mississippi, to visit a vaccine clinic before heading to Nashville to tour a pop-up clinic at a distillery with singer-songwriter Brad Paisley, who will perform some songs.

Both states have a vaccination rate below the 50 per cent mark: 33% are fully vaccinated in Tennessee and 25% are fully vaccinated in Mississippi, according to John Hopkins data.

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Jill, this is NOT a sporting event where you try for a high score!

Jun 23 06:01

Central Banks to Keep Buying Gold

Jun 23 06:01

Three siblings - ages 1, 3 and 6 - receive Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine in clinical trials testing the shot's effectiveness in young children

Three siblings are taking part in the clinical trials looking at how well Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine works in young children.

Ellie, six; Christian, three; and Sloan, one; Bui of Jefferson, Louisiana - which is just to the west of New Orleans - each received their first shot in June.

Pfizer, which had the first COVID-19 vaccine available for any American over the age of 12, is hoping to get emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to distribute their vaccine to children even younger by the fall.


Jun 23 06:00

'Corporations win. Celebrities win. Even the Chinese Communist Party wins': Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, 35, slams US big business for going woke 'at the expense of the American people'

The founder of a US biotech firm has argued that corporate America is poisoning society because it capitalizes on wokeness just to make money - and that it is 'quietly wreaking havoc' on democracy.

Vivek Ramaswamy, who stepped down as CEO of his biotech firm Roivant Sciences in January, said in a New York Post op-ed on Tuesday that he was 'fed up' with corporate America pretending to care about social justice to boost profits.

The 35-year-old entrepreneur argued that the money-making tactics of investors and CEOs is now to promote progressive social values - or in other words to 'stay woke'.

Jun 23 06:00

Mitch McConnell Slams the Democrat Election Takeover Bill: ‘Rotten Inner Workings’ of ‘Transparently Partisan’ Power Grab

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Tuesday on the Senate floor, before voting on the Democrats’ election takeover bill, highlighted Democrats’ “transparently partisan” motives at a “power grab” from the bill’s “rotten inner workings.”

McConnell explained the Senate would “vote on whether to advance Democrats’ transparent plan to tilt every election in America permanently in their favor.” He added that “the rotten inner workings” of the Democrats’ election takeover bill have now been exposed as a partisan “power grab.”

The minority leader said passing the bill would “shatter a decades-old understanding that campaign finance laws should have a bipartisan referee and turn the Federal Election Commission into a partisan majority cudgel” that the Democrats would then “wield against their political opponents.”

Jun 23 05:59

Cotton: Strip Most Favored Nation Status, Deny Use of U.S. Free-and-Open System to Make China Pay for Pandemic

Tuesday on FNC’s “Your World,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) suggested how the United States could punish the Communist Chinese government for its role in the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cotton told host Neil Cavuto certain privileges could be taken away from China and Chinese officials that would come as a blow to the ruling regime.

“Look, Neil, I think there’s a lot of steps we could take that would make China pay for this pandemic,” Cotton said. “And they’re steps that, frankly, should have been taken long ago. For instance, we can revoke their permanent most favored nation status. So, the president, the Congress have to decide every year if we’re going to continue giving special trade privileges to China. We could insist that international financial organizations, like the World Bank, treat China like the advanced industrial economy it is, not a Third World economy, as it once was, and stop giving them sweetheart financing deals.”

Jun 23 05:57

Landmark voting rights bill defeated in Senate despite Democratic unity

Joe Biden suffered a significant setback on Tuesday as one of his top priorities, a set of reforms to protect voting rights and shore up American democracy, was defeated in Congress.

With Vice-president Kamala Harris presiding, a Senate procedural vote on whether to start debate on sweeping election legislation ended as expected in a 50-50 stalemate along party lines. Sixty votes had been required to overcome Republicans’ use of a procedural tool known as the filibuster, in effect killing the bill.

“Every single Senate Republican just voted against starting debate – starting debate! – on legislation to protect Americans’ voting rights,” Chuck Schumer, the Democratic majority leader, said angrily.

“Once again, the Senate Republican minority has launched a partisan blockade of a pressing issue here in the United States Senate. An issue no less fundamental than the right to vote.”

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This bill would have legalized the nefarious means by which Democrats stole the 2020 election. Had this bill passed, the US would have become a single-party nation like the former USSR, or Nazi Germany.



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Jun 23 05:54

Hans von Spakovksy: Election Audits ‘Ought to Be Conducted in Every State’

Audits of elections should be conducted in every state, Hans von Spakovsky, manager of the Heritage Foundation’s Election Law Reform Initiative and a senior legal fellow of the Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, said on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow, author of Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption.

Marlow asked, “Do you believe that these audits that are popping up in a couple of places are productive? And do you have any hopes for what we might learn from this Arizona audit that should be wrapping up sometime this week??

Jun 23 05:53

Steve Scully, Who Lied About Twitter Account Hack, Leaving C-SPAN Job

Veteran C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully, who lied about his Twitter account being hacked following the revelation of private messages exchanged with fired Trump White House official Anthony Scaramucci, is departing the network next month, according to Axios.

The news outlet said Scully will leave C-SPAN, where he has reported on six presidential administrations over the last 30 years, to become senior vice president for communications at the Bipartisan Policy Center. Scully was host of C-SPAN’s morning program, the Washington Journal.

Scully was placed on administrative leave last year after asking Scaramucci for advice on Twitter about how to handle criticism from then-President Donald Trump. The incident occurred as Scully was scheduled to moderate the second 2020 presidential debate, which was ultimately canceled.

Jun 23 05:53

CNN’s Don Lemon: ‘I Don’t Do Opinion’

During this week’s broadcast of PBS’s “Firing Line,” CNN’s Don Lemon insisted his takes during his CNN program were not opinion.

When asked by “Firing Line” host Margaret Hoover to differentiate between what he does and what anchors on Fox News do, Lemon said he was different because he was offering “point of view.”

“When you interject that emotion, and you call the United — the president of the United States a con man, how is that different from the emotion that Fox News interjects when they’re covering Biden?” Hoover asked.

Jun 23 05:52

‘Locked-in Trauma’: Young Children Having Panic Attacks After Playdates

Mental health specialists have described the phenomena of “locked-in trauma” plaguing youngsters after more than a year of lockdowns, with children as young as five experiencing anxiety, including about playing with others.

The experts also believe that some 1.5 million children and young people will need treatment for mental health problems after the waves of lockdowns and social distancing, with waiting lists on the NHS so long — up to four years in some parts of the country — that many parents are opting to pay privately for care.

An investigation by The Telegraph published on Monday found specialists revealed that children had become frightened of everyday social interactions, fueled by social distancing and the fear of infection.

Children’s Commissioner for England Dame Rachel De Souza described it as “locked-in trauma”, with youngsters experiencing difficulties readjusting to normal life, including “not knowing how to make friend


Jun 23 05:52

Navy Chief of Operations Dodges Tom Cotton Question on If Capitalism Is Racist

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday would not say whether he thought capitalism was racist during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Tuesday.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) questioned Gilday about adding Ibram X. Kendi’s book, How to Be an Antiracist, on the recommended reading list for every sailor, and asked Gilday if he agreed with its primary assumptions, including that capitalism is racist.

Cotton said: “You’re saying as a senior leader of the Navy that you want 18-year-old sailors and 22-year-old ensigns to read a book that asserts that capitalism is essentially racist. Do you agree that capitalism is essentially racist?”

Jun 23 05:51

Report: Biden’s Migration Policies Breaking Up Central American Families

The Biden administration has created an incentive for many Central Americans to break up their families at the U.S. southern border by allowing migrants traveling with a minor to claim asylum, the Wall Street Journal learned from some of the victims of the policy.

“There are few paths for migrants to come legally to the U.S. One way that many use to get in, however, is to arrive with a minor in tow and claim asylum,” David Luhnow, the Latin America editor for the Journal, wrote on Twitter Friday, citing the article.

“That creates an incentive for many in Central America to break up their families,” he added.

Jun 23 05:51

Zimbabwe: Socialist Officials Accused of Stealing Mugabe Genocide Memorial Plaques

A non-profit organization supporting victims of Zimbabwe’s 1983-1987 genocide accused unnamed members of Zimbabwe’s socialist government of “stealing Gukurahundi [genocide] memorial plaques in [Zimbabwe’s] Matabeleland South and Midlands provinces” last week, the online newspaper New Zimbabwe reported Monday.

“Gukurahundi plaques erected by the Bulawayo-based pressure group, Ibhetshu Likhazulu, in memory of villagers killed during the massacres by a government-back army in the early 1980s, have been stolen by unidentified people ahead of memorial services of the victims in the two provinces [sic],” New Zimbabwe reported June 21.

“The Silobela plague [plaque] was stolen last week after it was erected ahead of a memorial service for 12 villagers killed in 1985 in Silobela,” according to the newspaper.

Jun 23 05:50

Twitter ‘Mistakenly’ Censors News Site for Report on 13-Year-Old Dying Days After COVID Vaccine

Twitter locked the account of the National File, a national populist news website, for reporting on a tweet from Tami Burages, a woman who says her 13-year old nephew died three days after receiving a second dose of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine. Twitter later said the account had been locked in error and reinstated it.

According to a Twitter spokesman, the platform took enforcement action on the National File’s account in error. That action has been reversed and the account has been reinstated.

The National File’s report was about Twitter user Tami Burages, who said her teenage nephew had died shortly after receiving a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

“Our family is devastated,” said Burages “I struggled with putting this out on twitter. I am pro-vaccine. We vaccinated my own 14-year-old son as soon as it was available. I know it is *mostly safe*. But Jacob is dead now.”



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Jun 23 05:50

JCN Withdraws Lawsuit Against MLB, Vows to ‘Remedy the Injustice’ Inflicted on Small Businesses

The Job Creators Network (JCN) has withdrawn its lawsuit against Major League Baseball (MLB). Still, they haven’t stopped fighting for small businesses impacted by the league’s decision to move the All-Star Game from Atlanta.

Appearing before the U.S. Court House at Foley Square in New York City, JCN President Alfredo Ortiz blasted MLB for “virtue signaling” by listening to the “activist lies” about Georgia’s voter reform laws and “callously” retaliating against the small businesses of Atlanta by relocating the All-Star Game to Denver.

“This move deprived local small businesses, which are the backbone of Atlanta’s communities, over $100 million in lost revenues at a time when they needed it most,” Ortiz explained. “The MLB must be held accountable for their knee-jerk decision that hurt so many people.”

Ortiz also stressed that JCN’s recent shortcoming in federal court was not due to their case lacking merit.

Jun 23 05:49

Nolte: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Claims Shootings Down with Year-over-Year Murders Up

The beauty of being a Democrat in a country where the national media is more interested in owning the Trumptards than holding incompetent liars like Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot accountable is that she can get away with saying shit like this…

“The reality is June over June, we’re seeing a downward trend in both homicides and shootings. … We’re seeing a downward trajectory where other cities are continuing to see a climb.”

While that statistic is accurate, it is also an audacious and deliberately dishonest piece of cherry-picking designed to mislead the public.

Basically, what Lightfoot did was extrapolate 28 days where — when compared to the same 28 days last year — there were fewer murders. However…

“While city statistics in the last 28 days shows a drop from 82 murders in 2020 to 62 this year,” reports WGN, “murders are still up year-to-date over 2020; with 282 in 2021 compared to 269 last year.”

Jun 23 05:48

Bill Maher Threatens to Leave California: You ‘Love to Be Up Everybody’s Ass’ But Can’t Manage Droughts and Wildfires

Comedian Bill Maher has not-so-jokingly threatened to leave California, arguing that the state continues to mismanage its water supply in the face of chronic droughts and wildfires.

On Friday’s episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the Los Angeles-based comedian launched a tirade against California’s water mismanagement as well as the state’s tendency to over-regulate businesses and the lives of its residents.

“For a state that just loves to be up everybody’s ass all the time, water management might be a better place to direct that instinct,” Maher said. “When it comes to regulations, either go big or go home or I’m going to find a new home because my house is one gender reveal party away from burning down while I’m asleep.”

Jun 23 05:48

Report: China’s Power Grid Failing Its Sprawling Southern Factory Belt

Some factories in southeastern China’s Guangdong province have been forced to rent energy generators in recent weeks after the state-run China Southern Power Grid failed to supply Guangdong and other provinces with sufficient energy supplies starting in May, Hong Kong’s Apple Daily newspaper reported on Monday.

Tang Xuehui, the general manager of a shoe factory in Guangdong’s Dongguan city, told Apple Daily in a report published on June 21 that the plant he manages “can produce 100,000 pairs of shoes each month, but the electricity restrictions in place since May have had a serious impact. The factory has had to rent its own generator in order to guarantee on-time delivery.”

Jun 23 05:47

NAACP, Congressional Black Caucus Silent About Democrat Senator’s Membership at All-White Club

Both the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the Congressional Black Caucus were radio silent on Monday after news broke that Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) defended his membership to an elite, all-white beach club.

Breitbart News reached out to both the NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus for comment regarding Whitehouse’s extra-curricular activities. Neither organization responded.

Whitehouse, who decried systemic racism following the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, has frequented Bailey Beach Club for decades, GoLocal Providence first reported. While the 124-year-old club can’t legally mandate that its members be “all white,” its lack of diversity was first documented back in 2003 in the New York Times:

Jun 23 05:45

Critical Race Theory May Violate Civil Rights Act, the Constitution: Dr. Carol Swain

Critical Race Theory training, which pressures people not to say certain things, take a certain stance, or forces them into some segregated settings, may infringe on people’s constitutional rights and even violate civil rights laws, said Dr. Carol Swain, a former professor of political science and law at Princeton and Vanderbilt universities.

The main tenet of Critical Race Theory (CRT) is that the people of the world are divided into oppressors and oppressed, and in the United States, “all white people are considered oppressors who benefit from undeserved advantages,” Swain told The Epoch Times in an interview on EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program.

“[Whites] are deemed guilty of having set up a system of systemic racism,” she said of one main assumption being drawn from CRT. “The demonization of one group of people because of the color of their skin is something that is discriminatory.”

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Jun 23 05:36

Documents reveal how Ben Affleck got into the CIA, promising to ‘do the Agency proud’

The 2012 spy drama Argo, starring Ben Affleck and based on the real-life CIA operation to exfiltrate six embassy staff trapped in Tehran following the 1979 revolution, was a big publicity boost for the agency.

In late 2012 Ben Affleck was on the promotional circuit for Argo. Naturally, this led to questions about the CIA-Hollywood connection and, in one interview, Affleck commented “Probably Hollywood is full of CIA agents, and we just don’t know it.” When he was asked if he was working for the CIA Affleck replied, “I am, yes, and now you’ve blown my cover.”

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Jun 23 05:34

Some used vehicles now cost more than their original sticker price

When it was new, the window sticker price on a typical 2019 Toyota Tacoma SR double cab pickup was just under $29,000. Two years later, dealers are paying almost $1,000 more than that to buy the same vehicle, even though it’s used.

Then they’re selling it to consumers for more than $33,000.

Welcome to the wacky world of U.S. car and truck sales, where the pandemic and a global shortage of computer chips have pushed prices to record levels.

In the past year, used vehicle prices on average have climbed 30%, according to Black Book, which tracks car and truck data. That’s created many crazy situations where high-demand vehicles are selling for more than they did when they were new, said Alex Yurchenko, the company’s senior vice president of data science.

Jun 23 05:33

MAGA Branded 'White Supremacy' In Leaked CRT Training For Iowa Teachers

Mandatory Critical Race Theory (CRT) training materials for one of Iowa's largest school districts classifies "Make America Great Again" as a form of 'white supremacy,' according to leaked documents obtained by Turning Point USA's Benny Johnson.

Also listed as examples of white supremacy (both 'overt' and 'covert') are; Columbus Day, American immigration law, the belief that America is "post racial," and mass incarceration. Johnson reports that hundreds of educators have been forced to to participate in the training, which will be taught to children across the district next semester.

Jun 23 05:33

Major plan to build a US standing force on Australia's doorstep to take on China - and Aussie troops, ships and bases could all be asked to sign up

The US is looking to set up a combat-ready standing force on Australia's doorstep, in an effort to push back against an increasingly belligerent China across the Indo-Pacific.

Ely Ratner, the man nominated by US President Joe Biden's to be the next assistant secretary of defence said establishing a permanent 'combat-credible forward posture' is essential to the US military's ability to deter aggression from authoritarian powers like China.

It is hoped that the standing force, which Australia would likely be asked to join, would protect Taiwan from being seized by force.

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The US sends a military force into the southwest Pacific, but China is the one being belligerent?

Jun 23 05:31

US Doubles Down on Venezuela Sanctions as Guaido Tours Europe Touting Penalties as Leverage Tool

The Biden administration has rebuffed pressure from within and without to lower its destructive sanctions against Venezuela’s economy, saying that Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro must first negotiate with Juan Guaido, a no-name Venezuelan former politician who has been championed by the US and its allies as the legitimate ruler of the country.

On Sunday, a US State Department spokesperson told Bloomberg that US sanctions would only be dropped against Venezuela after extensive reforms to end the “repression and corrupt practices” it claims Maduro’s government is engaged in. They also said Maduro would have to engage with Guaido to end the country’s political crisis, including agreeing to “free and fair elections” and the restoration of economic and political freedoms.

Jun 23 05:31

US Reportedly Monitoring Iranian Warships Suggested as Destined for Venezuela in ‘Provocative Move’

Iran and Venezuela, two nations that have been shackled by Washington’s sanctions, have sought to deepen their decades-long relationship, with Iran’s shipments of gasoline to the struggling South American nation hailed by President Nicolás Maduro last year as an example of “the brotherhood of free peoples”.

US national security officials are reportedly closely monitoring the movements of two Iranian naval vessels which are believed to be heading for Venezuela, according to Politico.

A frigate and a former oil tanker, the Makran, converted to a floating forward staging base and commissioned this year, have been heading south along the east coast of Africa, the outlet cites sources as saying.

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US warships prowl the oceans of the world and nobody notices, yet Iran sends a few warships into the Atlantic and it's a big stink?

Jun 23 05:29

Hunter Biden's 'Ties With Blue Star Probed By Feds' as Explosive Burisma E-Mails Revealed

The lobbying company, Blue Star, was involved in the scandal as Hunter Biden was on the board of Ukrainian gas firm Burisma in 2019 and Blue Star was hired to improve the image of Burisma's owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, who has been accused of corruption in Ukraine and has also been investigated by UK authorities.

Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, might have been deeply involved with Blue Star Strategies - a government relations consultancy firm from DC that is reportedly under investigation by the Justice Department, - according to email messages from his laptop.

Jun 23 05:29

US Warns of Illness Caused by Hand Sanitizers in Latest COVID-19 Update

Hand sanitizers, a ubiquitous presence during the coronavirus pandemic, threaten users with nausea, dizziness and occasional adverse events requiring treatment by healthcare providers, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned on Tuesday.

"FDA reviewed case reports submitted to FDA and cases from calls to US poison control centers of adverse events after applying alcohol-based hand sanitizers to the skin. While the majority of cases resulted in minor or minimal effects, some cases resulted in treatment by a health care professional," an FDA press release said.

The FDA explained in the release that common symptoms, including headache, nausea, and dizziness, typically result from fumes released by alcohol-based sanitizers.

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Swell.

Jun 23 05:25

Russian Warship, Jet Fire Warning Shots as British Destroyer Violates Maritime Borders in Black Sea

Earlier in the day, Moscow urged the United States and its NATO allies to stop military operations in the Black Sea region, calling instead for "multilateral efforts" aimed at maintaining stability, and for regional states to resolve problems without unwanted "help" from outside powers.

A Russian warship has fired warning shots after the HMS Defender, a British Royal Navy destroyer, violated Russia's maritime borders in the Black Sea, the Russian Ministry of Defence announced Wednesday.

Along with the naval maneuvers, a Russian Su-24M attack aircraft carried out a mock bombing run against the British warship, according to the ministry.

"At 11:52 am on 23 June, the HMS Defender of the British Royal Navy, operating in the northwestern part of the Black Sea, violated the border and entered three kilometers into Russian territorial waters in the region of Cape Fiolent," the MoD said in a press statement.

Jun 23 05:24

Amazon now selling “blue lives murder” merchandise that kills for killing police

After banning “Vaxxed” and other content for spreading “misinformation,” monopolistic retail behemoth Amazon has decided to allow the sale of “Blue Lives Murder” merchandise that calls for the execution of police officers.

Jun 23 05:18

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Jun 23 05:15

US playing 'same old tricks' by sending warships to Taiwan Strait: China

China has censured the passage of yet another US warship through the Taiwan Strait, describing Washington as the greatest security "risk creator," which continues to intentionally play the same old tricks in the region.

The US Navy said its Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur had conducted a "routine transit" on Tuesday in the sensitive waterway that separates Chinese Taipei from mainland China. "The ship's transit through the Taiwan Strait demonstrates the US commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific," said the Navy in a statement.

The People's Liberation Army's Eastern Theater Command denounced the transit, saying Chinese forces monitored the vessel throughout its passage and warned it.

"The US side is intentionally playing the same old tricks and creating trouble and disrupting things in the Taiwan Strait," it said.

Jun 23 05:14

US decision to block pro-resistance media outlets proves their influence: Yemen

A senior member of Yemen’s Supreme Political Council has denounced a decision by the United States to seize the websites of a series of Iranian and regional television networks, stressing that the measure attests to the fact that the channels have been successful in “getting their messages across.”

“The seizure of the media sites by [the United States of] America proves they have managed to get their messages across. Independent channels have worried the regimes which deceitfully claim to be advocating and fighting for freedom of expression,” Mohammed Ali al-Houthi wrote in a post published on his Twitter page on Tuesday night.

He added, “The move unmasked the true nature of the so-called advocates of democracy, and exposed their [false] mottoes. America is hell-bent on outright confrontation” even when it comes to media outlets.

Jun 23 05:14

Iran foils ‘act of sabotage’ against atomic organization building

Iran has thwarted an act of sabotage targeting one of the buildings belonging to its Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI).

The hostile attempt occurred early Wednesday, but did not result in any casualties or damage owing to tight security precautions adopted following similar acts of sabotage against Iranian nuclear sites and the assassination of prominent scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh last year.

Investigations are ongoing to identify the perpetrators and determine the facts surrounding the incident.

Such attempts to disrupt Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities have failed thanks to the vigilance of Iran’s security and defense organizations.

Back in April, Iran’s Natanz nuclear facility was hit by an act of sabotage, which Iran called “nuclear terrorism” and a “war crime.” The attack, blamed on Israel, targeted the electricity distribution network of the enrichment facility and caused a blackout.

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