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June 21, 2021

Jun 21 07:39

Evidence of Antibody Dependent Enhancement? – Majority of Covid deaths are the fully vaccinated and A&E attendance is breaking records

We must question why A&E departments across the country would be breaking records for attendance in June, when the highest month of attendance is usually January. Could it be something to do with the fact that as of the 20th June 2021, 35 million people in England have had at least one dose of an experimental vaccine and the consequences of their decisions are beginning to be realised?

Are we beginning to see evidence of Antibody Dependent Enhancement? It’s hard to tell due to the fact we are in the middle of Summer, a season which throughout history has kept respiratory viral infections at bay. We will find out once Winter arrives, and it is only a few short months away, but we’ve a feeling based on the evidence that it isn’t going to be pretty.

Jun 21 07:38

California University to Hold Segregated ‘Cultural Graduation’ Ceremonies Based on Race and Identity

Chapman University in California is having segregated “Cultural Graduation” ceremonies including “Black Graduation,” “APIDA Graduation,” “Lavender Graduation,” “disability Graduation,” “Middle Eastern Graduation,” and “Latinx Graduation.”

The segregated ceremonies, which will be taking place in addition to the main commencement, will take place on July 30, July 31, August 1, August 6, August 7, and August 8.

“Cultural graduation celebrations are additions to the university-wide commencement ceremony, students are free to register for these additional celebrations to share the joy of graduation with their friends and family if they choose to,” a post on the college’s Cross-Cultural Center’s Instagram stated.

Jun 21 07:37

HORRIFIC VIDEO: Puerto Rican Couple Yanked From Their Car and Shot By Mob of Black Men in Chicago

A man was killed, and a woman was critically injured in a shooting Saturday night in Humboldt Park.

There has been crickets in the media about this possible hate crime.

The shooting took place as people were leaving Chicago’s 43rd Annual Puerto Rican People’s Day Parade, which people from all over the country and Puerto Rico travel to the city to attend.

The victims had a large Puerto Rican flag waving from their car when they were approached by a mob of black men and pulled from the vehicle and shot.

Jun 21 07:37

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Green Beret Jeremy Brown: “Scores of Guys” Have Written and Told Me They Were Contacted by FBI to Spy on Patriot Groups

On January 6, after one million Trump supporters rallied with President Trump at the Ellipse outside the White House in Washington DC, some 900 individuals went inside the US Capitol.

Over 400 Americans have since been arrested even those who were waved into the US Capitol by the police standing at the exits.

Since January the Deep State and Democrats will not release 14,000 hours of videotape of security camera footage to Republican lawmakers from January 6th inside or outside the US Capitol.

Jun 21 07:36

Flint, MI: Police Officer Returns Fire After Being Shot At By Passing Motorist, 19-Year-Old Alleged Shooter Is Dead [VIDEO]

A Michigan police officer shot and killed a 19-year-old woman after she took shots at him while driving past.

100 Percent Fed Up reports- The Flint officer was working a traffic point during Flint’s Champions Parade, an event held in honor of the city’s athletic greats, along with a celebration of the newly declared federal holiday, Juneteenth, when the vehicle’s driver opened fire. The officer returned fire, killing the lone occupant who has not been identified.

Raw footage of the shooting was posted on Twitter.

Jun 21 07:36

See the light: Philips Hue smart bulbs can be hacked and used to install malware

Researchers ... revealed how a bug enabled them to infiltrate the bulbs with a drone that hovers outside a building. They were able to gain access to the bulbs as well as the control bridge that leads to the users’ network, which means it is possible to compromise a person’s home network or even that of a business or smart city using the bulbs.

To infiltrate the users’ network, the researchers exploited a previously discovered bug that Philips hadn’t fixed that allowed them to control aspects of the bulb like brightness and color. After lowering and raising the brightness or changing the color to trick the user into believing the bulb had a glitch, the user would then reset the product by deleting it from their app and then attempting to rediscover it. However, once they rediscovered the compromised bulb, it was able to offload malware onto the control bridge. The users’ home network is linked to this central hub, which means the malware or spyware could infect the entire network.

Jun 21 07:35

Department of Veterans Affairs to Pay for Sex Changes… While Over 35,000 Veterans Remain Homeless

The Department of Veterans Affairs is in the beginning stages of enacting a new policy that will pay for transgender veterans to get sex changes.

As of 2020, there were 37,252 homeless veterans in the United States.

On Saturday, VA Secretary Denis McDonough spoke at a Pride Month event in Florida and said that the agency was “taking the first necessary steps to expand VA’s care to include gender confirmation surgery.”

Paying for the expensive surgeries, McDonough said, will allow “transgender vets to go through the full gender confirmation process with VA at their side.”

Jun 21 07:30

Hubble Space Telescope is STILL down: NASA struggles to fix failure more than a WEEK after 1980s computer crashed and took it offline

NASA is struggling to fix an issue with a 1980s-era computer that controls science instruments on the Hubble Space Telescope, a week after it stopped working.

Jun 21 07:28

Agree Or Not? (Picture)

Jun 21 07:28

Hong Kong's Pro-Democracy Paper Apple Daily Will Close 'In Days' After Its Assets Were Frozen Under 'National Security' Law: Staff Fear For Safety After Receiving ‘Threatening Calls’

Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily will be forced to shut 'in a matter of days' after authorities froze the company's assets under a national security law, an adviser to jailed owner Jimmy Lai said Monday.

Jun 21 07:27

Back in 1997, the New York Times Had the Courage to Report That Critical Race Theory Was Self-Serving BS

In other words, a black man did something bad to a black woman, but the black woman was a law professor so she immediately started to dream up reasons for why whites were at fault. After all, black criminals are notoriously lacking in deep pockets, while whites are naive and prone to irrational feelings of guilt.

Jun 21 07:26

Freedom Rang Out on Juneteenth! Mass [Black on Black] Shooting in Oakland at the 2021 Juneteenth Festival

One person is dead and five others are injured after gunshots were fired at Lake Merritt near the Juneteenth Festival in Oakland Saturday, police said.

Police say they received reports of shots fired in the 2200 block of Lakeshore Avenue at around 6:22 p.m. Officers say they located six victims, five males aged 16-27 and one female, 22, suffering from gunshot wounds.

One male victim, 22 was pronounced deceased at the hospital. The other five victims are reported to be in stable condition.

OPD says another individual was also injured in the incident but was not shot.

Immediately after the shooting, officers saw two men running from the scene with firearms. OPD says both men have been arrested along with two firearms recovered.

Jun 21 07:25

Erasing America

Evanston, Illinois has cancelled the 4th of July because of Covid but held slavery independence day (Juneteenth) yesterday. This shows the extent to which our country has lost its moorings.

Next Saturday, June 26, Evanston will celebrate Pride Day described as “the deep intersectionality of the LGBTQIA+ community with other marginalized communities.”

Who is being marginalized? Isn’t it the heterosexual white patriots?

A country, whose founding is decried and whose Constitution is denounced as a racist document, that celebrates perversity and substitutes George Floyd for George Washington is a country that has lost its soul. How can a country that sees itself as oppressive of every person except white heterosexuals support its oppressive hegemony abroad?

The blue state Democrats who are the architects of an erased America are the real enemy of our country.

Jun 21 07:25

Pakistani cleric who led anti-blasphemy rallies condemning French cartoons of Prophet Mohammed is arrested for 'sexually assaulting male student'

A prominent Muslim cleric who led anti-blasphemy rallies in Pakistan has been charged with sexually abusing a male student at a religious school, police have said.

Jun 21 07:25

Evanston, Illinois Hosting Juneteenth Parade & Gay Pride Parade, Cancelling July 4th Parade & Fireworks

Earlier this week, all GOP senators along with the overwhelming majority of GOP reps in the House voted to make Juneteenth our new "National Independence Day" and mocked those who claimed it would replace Independence Day on July 4th and further divide America.

Jun 21 07:24

DOC'S ORDERS Dr Fauci again says his critics are ‘criticizing SCIENCE’ and blasts trolls for comparing him to Hitler

FAUCI doubled down on his assertion that anyone who criticizes him is criticizing science and said his flip-flopping on the mask issue was because "that's the way science works" during a New York Times podcast interview.

During the episode for The Sway podcast with Kara Swisher, Fauci took aim at critics who pointed out his flip-flopping on the mask mandate and recommendations for mask wearing.

He said: "It is essential as a scientist that you evolve your opinion and your recommendations based on the data as it evolves. And that's the reason why I say people who then criticize me about that are actually criticizing science."

Fauci, 80, went on to insist that "that's the way science works."

"The people who are giving the ad hominems are saying, 'Ah, Fauci misled us. First he said no masks, then he said masks.'

"It was not a change because I felt like flip-flopping. It was a change because the evidence changed, the data changed.

Jun 21 07:24

A Sinister Agenda Behind California Water Crisis? Looming Food Supply Catastrophe

As of May 27, according to Adnan Akyuz, State Climatologist, ninety-three percent of the North Dakota state is in at least a Severe Drought category, and 77% of the state is in an Extreme Drought category. Farm organizations predict unless the rainfall changes dramatically in the coming weeks, the harvest of wheat widely used for pasta and flour will be a disaster. The extreme dry conditions extend north of the Dakota border into Manitoba, Canada, another major grain and farming region, especially for wheat and corn. There, the lack of rainfall and warmer-than-normal temperatures threaten harvests, though it is still early for those crops. North Dakota and the plains region depend on snow and rainfall for its agriculture water.

Southwest States in Severe Drought

Jun 21 07:23

About vaccine (Video)

Jun 21 07:23

From a prom in the East Room to epic roller skating sessions, what it was like for children of these 15 American presidents to grow up at the White House

It's hard to have a normal childhood when your dad is the president of the United States. Still, the title of first son or daughter comes with its perks. From extra family time inside the White House walls and diplomatic world travels to sleepovers and White House hosted senior proms, here's what it was like for 15 presidents and their kids in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Jun 21 07:19


Jun 21 07:19

Israeli settlers storm Al-Aqsa Mosque compound backed by Israeli forces

Israeli settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque compound on Sunday in occupied East Jerusalem backed up by heavily armed forces.

Dozens of settlers stormed the courtyards of Al-Aqsa and partook in what local activists described as "provocative tours", before leaving it from the side of Bab al-Silsila, local reports said.

At least 54 settlers stormed the Mosque, adding that the occupying forces arrested Nasser Abu Aker, an employee of the Construction Committee at Al-Aqsa, the Waqf Department in occupied Jerusalem, told Arabi 21.

Jun 21 07:18

US said to boost military cooperation with Israel, Mideast allies to hinder Iran

As it continues indirect talks with Iran on rejoining the 2015 nuclear accord, the United States has reportedly increased military coordination with Israel and with a number of moderate Middle Eastern countries in an effort to counter the threat posed to the region by the Islamic Republic.

Over the past two months, the US military’s Central Command (CENTCOM) has increased the pace of coordination and the number of high-level meetings with Israel, Egypt, Jordan, several Gulf states, Cyprus and Greece, Israeli news site Walla reported Sunday.

The report comes as IDF Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi heads to the US with a senior delegation of top Israeli military officers to meet with American officials in Washington and discuss Iran’s nuclear program and its expansionist efforts in the region.

Jun 21 07:17

The US Intelligence Community Is Tearing the Country Apart from the Inside

n eras past, a spy, if discovered, would try to bite down on a cyanide capsule; these days torture is considered ungentlemanly, and spies that get caught patiently wait to be exchanged in a spy swap. An unwritten, commonsense rule about spy swaps is that they are done quietly and that those released are never interfered with again because doing so would complicate negotiating future spy swaps.

In recent years, the US intelligence agencies have decided that torturing prisoners is a good idea, but they have mostly been torturing innocent bystanders, not professional spies, sometimes forcing them to invent things, such as “Al Qaeda.” There was no such thing before US intelligence popularized it as a brand among Islamic terrorists.

Jun 21 07:15

GOP Senator Accuses Obama DOJ Of Funneling Money From Settlements To Left-Leaning Nonprofit Orgs

Jun 21 07:15

UK defense chief hints on talks between PM Johnson and Russian President Putin

British Secretary of State for Defense Ben Wallace hinted on a possible meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, according to a report from Britain’s SkyNews television news channel.

"Boris Johnson is clearly open to meet anyone where there is an important step to be made and stepping towards normalizing relations with Russia will obviously and hopefully come, but it comes following certain actions," SkyNews quoted Wallace as saying.

Britain’s military official also said that "we've always got to offer people a path out, a path to improvement and I think that bilateral between [US] President [Joe] Biden and President Putin is a really welcome start."

The summit between Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Joe Biden of the United States took place at the Villa La Grange in Geneva on June 16.

Jun 21 07:14

Federal Debt To Be Fighting Ground In Congress

Congress is preparing to fight over raising the debt ceiling, creating a huge challenge for President Biden and Democratic leaders in Congress.

Under a 2019 deal during the Trump administration, Congress agreed to let the government borrow through July 31. The Treasury Department at that point can take what’s known as extraordinary measures to keep the government solvent, though it’s unclear how long it will be able to do so.

Jun 21 07:09

The Most Massive Scientific Fraud

Jun 21 07:05


Jun 21 07:04

UN Report Warns There's a Different Type of 'Pandemic' Coming For The World

Thousands of years of history tell us drought is nothing new. Sometimes we prevail. Often we don't.
A bleak look into the future tells us we've seen nothing yet, with a mix of shifting climates, poor water management practices, and growing population densities promising a 'pandemic' of catastrophic droughts awaits.

The UN's Special Report on Drought 2021 details the risks we face in coming years as a result of reduced rainfall in key spots around the world, exploring the drivers behind drought and the variety of measures we all take to cope with water shortage.
The fact global warming is redistributing our water is already a grim reality many around the world are forced to deal with.

Jun 21 07:04

Biden's Campaign Lies DESTROY Middle Class

An analysis by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center discovered that 60% of households would meet a higher tax burden under President Joe Biden’s plans.

"For those looking to see if Biden kept his promise to not raise taxes for those making $400,000 or less, the answer is: mostly, but not entirely," explained Tax Policy Center senior fellow Howard Gleckman. "Including corporate tax increases, most households would pay more in 2022. About three-quarters of middle-income households would face a tax increase averaging about $300. But nearly all would be a result of those higher corporate taxes."

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Jun 21 07:03

Mayor Of Atlanta Blames GOP For Her Wrongdoings

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced that her city is besieged by crime because Republicans in the statehouse jumped the gun on stopping Georgia’s COVID-19 restrictions.

Bottoms, a Democrat, told MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle that lax gun laws and young people with too much free time have added to a 50 percent rise in murders from before the pandemic — though she said Gov. Brian Kemp’s controversial April 20, 2020, move to relieve lockdown restrictions was also a significant culprit.

Jun 21 07:03

The Olympics' first transgender athlete: Team New Zealand sparks outrage after picking a transgender woman weightlifter who competed as a man until 2013 as rivals call it 'a bad joke'

Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics after being selected by New Zealand for the women's event at the Tokyo Games, a decision set to fuel the debate over inclusion and fairness in sport.

Jun 21 07:01

'I just sent your nudes out to everyone': Ex-girlfriend of Dippin' Dots CEO reveals in lawsuit how he sent revenge porn to her MOTHER, her friends and threatened to put it on Pornhub in dog custody row

The CEO of Dippin' Dots is being sued by his ex-girlfriend who claims he shared nude photos of her and even sent them to her mother during a custody dispute for their dog.

Jun 21 07:00

It's sad, really! (Picture)

Jun 21 06:59

PICTURED: Alabama firefighter, 29, who died alongside baby daughter after 15-car pile-up that also saw eight foster children aged between four and 17 killed in bus fireball - with investigators blaming the tragedy on Tropical Storm Claudette

A 29 year-old firefighter and his nine month-old daughter have been named as the first victims of Saturday's horror pile-up in Alabama that also saw eight foster children die in a fireball.

Jun 21 06:59

Rogue Hotspot Can "Permanently" Break iPhone WiFi Functionality

Security researcher Carl Schou discovered a bug in Apple's iOS that can disable an iPhone's ability to connect to hotspots after joining a WiFi with the SSID "%p%s%s%s%s%n."

Schou tweeted, "after joining my personal WiFi with the SSID "%p%s%s%s%s%n", my iPhone permanently disabled its WiFi functionality. Neither rebooting nor changing SSID fixes it :~)."

Schou told BleepingComputer that he conducted the test on an iPhone XS, running iOS version 14.4.2. BleepingComputer confirmed the test on an iPhone running iOS 14.6. They said the iPhone's wireless functionality would break after connecting to %p%s%s%s%s%n.

What this looks like is a format string bug issue, which is unusual these days. After the iPhone connected to the strangely worded hotspot, the smartphone failed at connecting to other hotspots. Android devices connected to the hotspot but didn't experience the same problem as iPhones.

Jun 21 06:58

Swedish Government Toppled After Prime Minister Lofven Loses Confidence Vote

The vote marked the first time a Swedish prime minister has lost a confidence vote. The outcome of the vote means the head of the government could either step down or trigger a snap election.

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has lost a no-confidence vote in parliament after a total of 181 lawmakers voted to oust him.

Majority in Swedish Parliament Set to Support Monday's No-Confidence Vote Against Government

Löfven, a Social Democrat who has headed the government since 2014, said that he would make a decision on whether he should resign or call a snap vote within a week.
The parties that voted him out are unable to offer an alternative government, he complained after the vote that made him the first prime minister to be ousted by such a motion.

Jun 21 06:58

You can do it!! (Picture)

Jun 21 06:58

Brain-fog busters in a bottle: From a smart oil that can raise your IQ to pills that claim to sharpen your wits

More forgetful than normal? Having trouble concentrating? Easily distracted? You’re not alone: another casualty of the pandemic appears to be our capacity to think clearly.

Jun 21 06:57

Female athletes urged to boycott Tokyo Olympics as New Zealand accused of ‘cheating’ after trans weightlifter selected for Games

New Zealand has been accused of undermining female athletics after tapping trans weightlifter Laurel Hubbard for the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, with some even describing the decision as outright cheating.

The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) CEO Kereyn Smith said that Hubbard met the requirements to compete in the international games, and stressed that New Zealand’s team has a “strong culture of... inclusion and respect for all.” Smith acknowledged that the decision was controversial, stating that “human rights” must be balanced with “fairness on the field of play” when it comes to gender identity in sports.

However, many took issue with the assertion that New Zealand had carefully weighed all the relevant factors before inviting Hubbard to compete.

Jun 21 06:57

Anti-fed rancher Ammon Bundy running for governor of Idaho to fight ‘Joe Biden and the Deep State’

Ammon Bundy, who’s made a name for himself in militia-involved stand-offs with the federal government, says he’s running for governor of Idaho to defend the state against “Joe Biden and those in the Deep State that control him.”

Bundy filed paperwork earlier this month to run for governor of the Gem State, and officially announced his candidacy on Saturday. In his first campaign video, he promised to fight back against “Joe Biden and those in the Deep State that control him,” accusing the Democrat president of plotting to “take away our gun rights, freedom of religion, parental rights, and more – and further violate the Constitution in unimaginable ways – even more than they’ve already done.”

“We can not afford to have state leadership that lets the federal government bully us, or walk all over us,” he added.

Jun 21 06:56

Russia's Ministry of Health names three drugs that can treat new Chinese coronavirus

While experts across the world search for a vaccine to tackle the dangerous new infection, Russian health bosses have identified a trio of existing medicines to combat 2019-nCoV in adults.

The new coronavirus can be fought with ribavirin, lopinavir/ritonavir and interferon beta-1b, they believe. These drugs are typically used to treat hepatitis C, HIV and multiple sclerosis respectively.

The Ministry of Health advisory not only offers recommendations, but also describes how the treatments work and in what quantities they should be prescribed. The guidelines are intended for doctors in hospitals throughout the country.

Jun 21 06:56

Farmers Accidentally Grow The 'World's Most Expensive Mango'

A pair of farmers accidentally grew the 'world's most expensive mangoes' and now need a special team of security to protect them.

Sankalp Singh Parihar, from India, was on a train to Chennai a few years ago when a fellow passenger asked him if he wanted a special mango sapling for Rs 2,500 ($33).

Taking a gamble, he agreed. But after a few months, he started to notice something different about them.

Speaking to Vice, he said: "I did not know what the mango breed was but I named it Damini after my mother and planted it.

Jun 21 06:55

We live in paradise (Picture)

Jun 21 06:54

Theory of errorlution: Famous diagram showing ascent of man idea is 'so wrong' it sends leading geneticist ape

It's the diagram of evolution we're all familiar with – starting with an ape figure which slowly turns into an upright human.

Jun 21 06:52

UN Whitewashing “Israeli” Crimes against Palestinian Children!

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry criticized the United Nations for leaving the apartheid “Israeli” entity off the annual blacklist of parties responsible for grave violations against children.

It further warned that “Ignoring the regime’s crimes would guarantee impunity for the child-killing entity.”

“The UN’s non-inclusion of the Zionist regime in the blacklist of governments and groups violating children’s rights in armed conflicts is a move in favor of the killer and in support of the criminals of the Zionist army and its terrorist settlers, and it would guarantee their escape from punishment,” the ministry said in a statement, Palestine’s Wafa news agency reported.

In parallel, it added that “The UN action puts its reports at risk of “invalidity” and “dishonesty”, as well as skepticism about the principles on which the UN is based.”

Jun 21 06:52

US Triples Vaccines for Taiwan as Tensions with China Escalate

US will ship 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan, more than tripling previous allocation of shots for the island, as Washington is competing with Beijing to deepen geopolitical clout through so-called "vaccine diplomacy".

The vaccines will be delivered to Taiwan on Sunday, a senior US administration official said on Saturday.

US President Joe Biden's administration initially had promised to donate 750,000 doses to Taiwan, but it is increasing that number.

The move will almost certainly irk China, which considers Taiwan, the self-governed island, which is also called Chinese Taipei, as part of its own territory. Beijing has grown increasingly assertive in recent months after the US administration’s attempts to interfere in Taiwan.

Jun 21 06:51

New US President in the Making? DeSantis Tops Latest Straw Poll, Putting Trump in Second Place

Florida's Republican Governor Ron DeSantis has outpaced former President Donald Trump in a straw poll for 2024 presidential candidates conducted by the Western Conservative Summit.

The Florida governor came out on top with 74 percent of potential voters approving of him as a presidential candidate, while Trump ranked second with 71 percent, according to the latest survey. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas received 43 percent. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina received 39 percent and 36 percent, respectively.

In-person and online attendees of the Western Conservative Summit were asked to choose among 31 GOP and Democratic potential candidates, including President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and Senator Bernie Sanders. However, the top 13 were all Republicans.

Jun 21 06:51

As COVID-19 continues to ravage our nation, the economic toll is racing to outstrip the toll in lives taken

As COVID-19 continues to ravage our nation, the economic toll is racing to outstrip the toll in lives taken. While there is clearly no way of comparing the two, the millions of people who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic are the ones who are suffering the brunt of shutting down our country. Many of those people will never get those jobs back, because the companies who laid them off have gone bankrupt.

We have yet to see the full impact that COVID-19 will have on our country and the world. Even so, it’s surprising that we haven’t yet entered into a time of economic depression. Many financial gurus are predicting that it’s just around the corner, so we’re clearly not out of danger yet. Probably the only way we’re going to see the end of that risk, is by going through the depression and coming out the other side.

Jun 21 06:50

French Conservatives Gain Ground as Macron and Le Pen Fail to Make Headway in Key Regional Polls

The first round of regional elections in France, perceived as a "rehearsal" for the 2022 presidential election, has been marred by a conspicuously low voter turnout: only one voter in three cast their ballots on Sunday.

French voters headed to polling stations on Sunday to cast their vote in the first round of regional elections, but both French President Emmanuel Macron's Republic on the Move and the right-wing National Rally, headed by 2022 presidential candidate Marine Le Pen, suffered a setback, failing to make the ground they intended, exit polls showed on Sunday night.

According to projections, Macron's party showed a poor performance in many of France's 13 regions, failing to win more than 10 percent of the overall votes. National Rally, while ahead of Republic on the Move, garnered only 18-19 percent of the votes - down nine percent compared to the 2015 regional polls.

Jun 21 06:49

Raisi: Tehran Unwilling to Conduct Nuclear Deal Talks If They Do Not Serve Iran's Interests

Chief Justice of Iran Ebrahim Raisi won presidential race over the weekend and will replace current President Hassan Rouhani in August of this year. His election has sparked concerns about Tehran's readiness to engage in diplomacy due to Raisi being an anti-West hardliner.

Newly elected president of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, has stated during his first press conference that under his government Tehran will continue to engage in talks regarding the restoration of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA, also known as the Iran nuclear deal), but added that the country's diplomacy will not be limited to them.

"Our foreign policy will not be limited to the nuclear deal. We will have interaction with the world. We will not tie the Iranian people's interests to the nuclear deal", Raisi said.

Jun 21 06:46

Why Are US Mobile Internet Speeds So Slow Compared to Other Countries?

The US leads the world in tech, right? So why, then, are mobile internet speeds unbearably slow?

Time and time again, research has shown that mobile internet speed in the US lags behind other nations. But how bad is the signal on your cell phone, and why is this the case? This article will explore three possible reasons.

According to the April 2021 Speed Test Global Index, the US ranked 18th in mobile internet download speeds.

Despite moving up one and having higher speeds than the global average, the country still ranks below a whole list of developed nations. Some countries with higher average mobile speeds than the US in that month include Bulgaria, Greece, and Cyprus.

When it comes to 5G, the US also doesn’t rank well. Research published in 2020 by OpenSignal revealed that 5G speeds in the country were a meager 52 megabytes per second when tested. That was slower than some nations’ 4G speeds, including the Netherlands, Canada, and South Korea.

Jun 21 06:35

Israeli food truck is BANNED from Philadelphia food festival: Organizers are accused of bowing to anti-Semitism after they claimed it would cause a 'safety risk'

A Philadelphia food festival was condemned for banning an Israeli food truck on 'safety' grounds after telling the small business owners they feared its presence would trigger violent protests.

Jun 21 06:33

Rev. Al Sharpton blasts radical leftwing NYC mayoral hopeful Maya Wiley for overseeing DROP in public spending directed towards minority owned businesses - as she shows off HULA HOOP skills on campaign trail

The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a scathing anti-endorsement of progressive 2021 NYC mayoral hopeful Maya Wiley just two days before the Democratic primary.

Jun 21 06:32

Horrifying moment a volunteer for NYC mayoral candidate Eric Adams is repeatedly stabbed on the street and left with a punctured lung in South Bronx as city's crime continues to spiral

This is the horrifying moment a volunteer for NYC mayoral candidate Eric Adams was repeatedly stabbed on the street and left with a punctured lung in the Bronx.

Jun 21 06:30

Illegal party continues in crime-plagued Washington Square Park as NYPD cops fail to impose midnight closing time a night after bloody stampede

Illegal raves continued in crime-plagued Washington Square Park last night as New York City cops failed to impose a midnight closing time after a bloody stampede.

Jun 21 06:30

Earth Has a 27.5-Million-Year 'Heartbeat', But We Don't Know What Causes It

A new study of ancient geological events suggests that our planet has a slow, steady 'heartbeat' of geological activity every 27 million years or so.

This pulse of clustered geological events - including volcanic activity, mass extinctions, plate reorganizations and sea level rises - is incredibly slow, a 27.5-million-year cycle of catastrophic ebbs and flows. But luckily for us, the research team notes we have another 20 million years before the next 'pulse'.
"Many geologists believe that geological events are random over time," said Michael Rampino, a New York University geologist and the study's lead author.
"But our study provides statistical evidence for a common cycle, suggesting that these geologic events are correlated and not random."
The team conducted new analysis on the ages of 89 well-understood geological events from the past 260 million years.

Jun 21 06:28

Launching a missile (Video)

Jun 21 06:28

Scientists unlock secret of how people die from a broken heart after tests reveal stressful life events increase levels of two key molecules in heart cells

Scientists have identified why people sometimes die from a broken heart after grief or relationship breakdowns.

Jun 21 06:26

Pepsi and Mountain Dew Are Being Sued By This Coffee Company

Rise Nitro Brewing Co. wants PepsiCo to wake up, smell the coffee, and admit that the launch of Mountain Dew Rise threatens to eclipse the small Rise Nitro Brewing's brand. On June 15, the New York City-based canned cold brew company filed a lawsuit against PepsiCo Inc., after Rise Brewing says they reached out to Pepsi in an attempt to keep their concerns out of court over the name "Mountain Dew Rise."

Rise Brewing's claim reportedly adds that PepsiCo has a considerable history of infringing on other brands' names—from the source: "The smaller company painted Pepsi as a habitual trademark infringer, pointing to earlier cases in which Pepsi was sued for launching products that allegedly ripped off VitaminWater, Polar seltzer and Simply Orange juice." Bloomberg also reported when PepsiCo settled out of court earlier this year with a Mexican beverage brand, Electrolit, which said PepsiCo's branding for Gatorlyte was too similar to their brand.

Jun 21 06:21

Brain scans of coronavirus patients suggest ‘significant’ grey matter loss over time: study

Dr. Marty Makary of Johns Hopkins School of Public Health on why some are experiencing complications after getting vaccine.

An analysis of brain scans from people once infected with COVID-19 suggested a consistent pattern in loss of grey matter over time, researchers say.

Researchers affiliated with the University of Oxford posted findings ahead of peer review this week to medRxiv, drawing on data from the U.K. Biobank. They compared brain scans taken pre-pandemic to scans taken about three years later among 394 coronavirus patients and 388 matched controls. A further analysis included 15 hospitalized patients compared with 379 people who hadn’t been hospitalized.

"Our findings thus consistently relate to loss of grey matter in limbic cortical areas directly linked to the primary olfactory and gustatory system," or areas in the brain related to the perception of smell and taste, authors wrote.

Jun 21 06:13

As Chinese Nuclear Incident Unfolds, Expert Falls Off Building & Dies

“Harbin Engineering University announces with deep grief that Professor Zhang Zhijian regrettably fell off a building and died at 9.34 am on June 17, 2021,” the statement read. “The university expresses deep sorrow over the passing of comrade Zhang Zhijian and deep condolences to his family.”

The housings of about five of the more than 60,000 fuel rods in the Number One reactor are estimated to have been damaged, accounting for less than 0.01 percent of the total number, far lower than the assumed maximum damage proportion of 0.25 percent in the design for the reactor, it said.

Jun 21 06:06

Angry Napa Valley Residents Go To War With Startup That Is Buying Luxury Homes In Exclusive Neighborhoods Across US To Sell As Timeshares And Enraging Wealthy Neighbors

Homeowners in Napa Valley have forced a timeshare company out of their neighborhood which was snapping up local homes and selling customers a one eight share of them to use for 44 days a year.

Jun 21 06:05

REVEALED: Residents of more than 20 cities in US are receiving $500 a month universal basic income payments as popularity of Andrew Yang's proposal grows

Residents in cities across the country are receiving $500 per month payments as part of a no-strings-attached experimental universal basic income program.

Jun 21 06:05

Major Drone Attack On Saudi Arabia Just After US Missile Battery Drawdown Revealed

On Saturday a major attack was reportedly launched out of Yemen on two cities in Saud Arabia's south, Khamis Mushait and Najran, which utilized explosive-laden drones.

The swarm of drones entering the kingdom's airspace reportedly spanned multiple hours, according to regional reports, which cited up to 17 drones intercepted by Saudi anti-air defenses. "The interception operations were successful," the Saudi military said, noting that many were destroyed prior to entering Saudi airspace while still over Yemen.

Jun 21 06:03

New York rocks again! 20,000 Foo Fighters' fans pack Madison Square Garden for city's first full-capacity concert since pandemic began - as anti-vaxxers protest outside because only vaccinated people could attend

The Foo Fighters helped bring New York back to life on Sunday night as they performed at Madison Square Garden to a crowd of more than 20,000 fully-vaccinated fans.

Jun 21 06:02

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Jun 21 06:01

Nearly 4,000 women report menstrual problems including heavy bleeding and delayed periods after getting their Covid vaccine – but watchdog insists there's no proof jabs are to blame

Nearly 4,000 women have suffered period problems shortly after getting their Covid jab, Britain's vaccines watchdog has confirmed.

Jun 21 05:55

'Covid lab leak' Wuhan Institute of Virology is nominated for China's top science award – with special praise for 'bat woman' scientist

The Wuhan Institute of Virology at the centre of the Covid-19 lab leak theory has been nominated for China's top science award for its work during the pandemic.

Jun 21 05:52

Japan confirm they WILL allow crowds of up to 10,000 into events at the Olympics, just a month before the Games begin... but Prime Minister warns he will CLOSE venues if Tokyo's Covid cases rise

Organizers of the Tokyo Olympic Games have fixed spectator limits for the event at 50 per cent of a venue's capacity, up to a maximum of 10,000.

Jun 21 05:50

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Jun 21 05:50

'People who criticize me are actually criticizing science': Furious Dr Fauci doubles down on controversial claim and says he didn't 'flip flop' on COVID advice as the data changed

Dr Anthony Fauci has again claimed that people who criticize him for his COVID-19 'flip-flopping' are actually condemning science itself.

Jun 21 05:48

REVEALED: Tucker Carlson sent call from Trump to voicemail after his first debate with Biden and when the president did finally reach him the Fox host said his performance was 'not good'

Tucker Carlson declined to speak to Donald Trump after his disastrous debate against Joe Biden, according to a new book exploring Trump's election defeat.

Jun 21 05:46

'White Man Demands': MSNBC's Joy Reid slams critical race opponent Chris Rufo's offer of debate - despite trashing him on her show

MSNBC host Joy Reid has lashed out against opponent of critical race theory Christopher Rufo, for making what she called 'White Man Demands' after he challenged her to invite him on her show.

Jun 21 05:39

Gypsy moth caterpillar 'plague' in Upstate NY is showering yards in excrement and stripping trees of leaves

A huge outbreak of gypsy moth caterpillars are eating their way across upstate New York leaving an inundation of poop and bare trees and bushes in their wake.

Jun 21 05:37

'Happy Father's Day to all, including the Radical Left, RINOs and other Losers of the world:' Donald Trump releases statement blasting rivals - and saying he hopes 'everyone will come together!'

Former President Donald Trump sent a short Father's Day message aimed at his political adversaries on Sunday, blasting them as 'losers'.

Jun 21 05:35

Man with ten prior arrests is FREED by NYC judge after he started a stampede that left a woman covered in blood when he brandished a knife and taser in crime-plagued Washington Square Park

An alleged serial criminal who started a stampede at a crime-ridden Manhattan park when he wielded a Taser and a knife was freed without bail by a judge on Sunday, as his lawyer claimed he acted in self defense.

Jun 21 05:32

Pilot shortage forces American Airlines to cancel 303 flights over weekend: 3,000 MORE could be axed in July after pilots were fired at the start of pandemic and not enough have been rehired

Angry passengers hit out at American Airlines after pilot shortages, staff sickness and maintenance issues saw it cancel 303 flights over the weekend.

Jun 21 05:30

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June 20, 2021

Jun 20 21:47

“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it”

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.” ~ Joseph Goebbels

Jun 20 19:31

Of course Boris Johnson took a private jet to Cornwall – he doesn’t give a damn what we think anymore

Reporters on the scene were quick to ask if this, really, was the most sustainable way of getting around the UK – could he not, for example, have taken the train?

Jun 20 18:36

EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Green Beret Jeremy Brown: “Scores of Guys” Have Written and Told Me They Were Contacted by FBI to Spy on Patriot Groups

On January 6, after one million Trump supporters rallied with President Trump at the Ellipse outside the White House in Washington DC, some 900 individuals went inside the US Capitol.

Jun 20 18:31

Exposed and Unprotected: 1.1 Billion Records of CVS Health Customers Posted Online

By B.N. Frank

CVS seems rather dismissive of the magnitude of this situation. Of course, situations like this have become so common, maybe we’ve all become somewhat desensitized to our personal information ending up where it’s not supposed to be...

Jun 20 14:30

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms blames city's violent crime spike on Republicans reopening too early, Georgia's governor strikes back

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has blamed the current violent crime spike in her city on Georgia's Republican governor reopening too early. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp refuted those claims and told Bottoms to look at her party's "anti-police agenda" for the surge in violent crime.

Jun 20 14:29

Dem mayor claims truck incident is 'terrorist attack' against LGBT people. Then the truth comes out.

Democrats pounced on a tragic incident that unfolded Saturday at a Fort Lauderdale LGBT Pride celebration in which one person was killed when a truck ran into a crowd celebrating Pride Month.

Jun 20 14:29

Ron DeSantis beats Donald Trump in 2024 straw poll at top conservative conference

Former President Donald Trump, by most accounts, is currently atop the list of potential GOP presidential candidates for 2024. However, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has been catapulted into the conversation of major contenders for the Republican Party in 2024, thanks in large part to his leadership during the coronavirus pandemic. A new poll gave DeSantis a slight edge over Trump as the preferred GOP candidate for the 2024 presidential race.

Jun 20 14:28

Greg Abbott Defunds Texas Legislature After Democrats Stage Walk-Out, Block Election Reforms

htmlTexas Governor Greg Abbott (R) vetoed funding for the state legislature on Friday, carrying out the threat he made last month after Democrats staged a walk-out to block legislation.

Jun 20 14:22

JULIA HARTLEY-BREWER: Hypocrisy! Ministers tell me they're not obeying Covid rules in 10 Downing Street

A number of senior sources, including Government Ministers and aides who frequent No 10, have confirmed to me that lockdown rules are flagrantly ignored every day in Downing Street.

While millions of families have been kept apart by Covid restrictions, while thousands of businesses have been destroyed by social distancing requirements, and while the entire population – even children at school – have been forced to wear masks, those working at the heart of our Government have arrogantly flouted their own rules.

Cabinet Ministers, political advisers and officials working in No 10 have not worn masks or obeyed social distancing since early last summer, numerous sources have confirmed.

Many Ministers are very uneasy about this 'do as I say, not as I do' attitude.

The fact is that political staff and civil servants mingle freely in the maze of rooms in Downing Street, where the two metre and one metre rules have, I believe, never been enforced.

Jun 20 13:53

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: How can this absurd travel ban possibly be justified?

The continued blockage of most foreign holidays continues to blight many businesses and to make life in general less pleasant than it should be.

Why? Plenty of highly responsible people, including the former Prime Minister Theresa May, are baffled by it, as are many ordinary members of the public.

Jun 20 11:50

Juneteenth celebrated from coast-to-coast for thef first time as a federal holiday: Senator Chuck Schumer joins Brooklyn march and commemorates George Floyd statue, while dancers step through the streets in Atlanta and Tulsa does community yoga

People took to the streets across the country Saturday to celebrate Juneteenth - for the first time in history this year as a federal holiday.