"Nowhere in the Constitution is the government authorized to lie to We The People. And the Tenth Amendment prohibits the government from simply assuming that right.

"The government lied about a Spanish mine in Havana harbor, They lied about the Lusitania not smuggling weapons to Great Britain. They lied about the JFK assassination. They lied about torpedoes in the Gulf of Tonkin. They lied about Saddam’s WMDs. They lied about Assad gassing his own people. They lied about 9-11. They lied about Covid. They lied about honest elections. They lie about everything!

"When the government lies to We The People, it becomes an unconstitutional and hence illegitimate government, and we are not obligates to obey said government’s dictates, pay said government’s bills, or sacrifice our children in said government’s wars!" -- Michael Rivero

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The Dutch Minister of health has lied and needs to be brought to task. Members of parliament are being forced into court but would rather pay the fines imposed by the courts than release the information!!! 

Just what are they hiding?

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Some 70million American are currently under severe weather alert - as a system with a history of producing hail and high-speed winds is poised to hit the mid-Atlantic Monday night.

As the sun sets, baseball-to-softball-sized hail is possible in places such as Nebraska, Kansas and southwestern Oklahoma, meteorologists have warned - citing how the sprawling system will stretch as far south as Northwestern Texas.

Cities in the Lone Star State are also expected also be hit, as lingering supercells, strong winds and heavy rain remain, for the most part, on track for the Great Plains.

An increased chance for some stronger storms in north central Kansas was also cited by weather officials, as the system is forecast to come to a close Wednesday.

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Donald Trump lambasted the judge in his historic hush money trial for potentially refusing him permission to attend his son Barron's high school graduation next month.

The former president also castigated the judge for stopping him going to the U.S. Supreme Court next week for a hearing related to January 6.

Trump let loose outside court after day one of jury selection as he became the first U.S. ex-president to stand criminal trial.

Barron, 18, graduates from high school on May 17 and the trial is set to still be going on by then.

A furious Trump said: 'It looks like the judge will not let me go to the graduation of my son who's worked very, very hard.

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A shock study recently revealed lovers of lobster, shrimp and sushi may be at high risk of 'forever chemical' poisoning.

The researchers behind the study warned seafood may be an underestimated source of the toxic substances, which have been strongly linked to cancer.

But a DailyMail.com graphic shows how the pervasive chemicals are lurking in just about every food group - including those that bill themselves as healthy.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said this week that members of former President Donald Trump's inner circle asked him to run as Trump's vice president.

"President Trump calls me an ultra-left radical. I'm soooo liberal that his emissaries asked me to be his VP. I respectfully declined the offer," Kennedy Jr. wrote in a post on X, formerly Twitter on Monday. "I am against President Trump, and President Biden can't win. Judging by his new website, it looks like President Trump knows who actually can beat him."

Kennedy Jr. is currently running as an independent candidate in the 2024 election after initially planning to run as a Democrat. Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, and President Joe Biden, the Democratic incumbent, are slated for a 2020 rematch.

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The latest state to green-light so-called terramation, or human composting, is Arizona.

House Bill 2081 and Senate Bill 1042, together known as the "Grandpa in the Garden" bill, both passed and were signed into law by Gov. Katie Hobbs on March 29. As such, Arizonans will now have the ability to compost their dead loved ones, allowing their remains to be spread on gardens and farms as "fertilizer."

Sponsored by Rep. Laurin Hendrix (R-Gilbert) and Sen. T.J. Shope (R-Coolidge), the Grandpa in the Garden bill passed in both chambers with little opposition after being introduced back in December.

Arizona now joins Washington, Oregon, Colorado, California, New York, Nevada and Vermont, which are the only other states where terramation is allowed.

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We all know there’s something strange going on with our food in the United States. All you have to do is take a trip abroad, and you will instantly notice a difference in how you feel. Most people report feeling less bloated, lighter, and more satiated. This has caused many people to wonder what on earth is going on with the food supply in America. We’re inundated with processed junk food, sugar, seed oils, corn, and other fillers and preservatives, and many people are starting to feel as if they’re being slowly poisoned. And things get even dicier when you compare the food scene in America to what’s going on in Europe.

Many of the chemical additives we use in food in the US are banned in other countries due to research indicating they’re potential cancer-causing agents.

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If this makes its way to the US, I am not going to be happy. I don't need any more anxiety in the grocery store, thank you very much!

In some places, stores have started using biometric recognition to support their checkout process. With this technology, you walk into the store and have your face scanned by a camera at the door. Once your face is scanned, you continue on into the store and your face is scanned against a criminal database.

If your face is found in the database, you're flagged and are probably going to be subjected to a search before you leave the store to confirm that you weren't shoplifting. Also, if you're suspected of shoplifting, the store reserves the right to save your image in the database.

If your picture raises no red flags, it's deleted right after it's taken. If you do get flagged, the database saves your picture for up to a year. You may be followed around more by loss prevention officers, or you might have your receipts checked and bags searched after every shopping trip.

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On Monday, the jury selection process for Trump’s hush-money trial commenced in a Manhattan courtroom.

Judge Juan Merchan of the New York Supreme Court announced that as the court prepared for the first day of voir dire, he had received requests from Trump’s legal team asking the former president to miss the trial on May 17th in order to travel to Florida to attend Barron Trump’s high school graduation.

Merchan stated that he would not make a decision right away regarding Trump’s request to postpone the trial and move it to a different day.

“It really depends on if we are on time and where we are in the trial,” Merchan said.

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Chinese nationals crossing the border in 2024 so far has massively surged from prior years and is causing heightened concern over why so many migrants from China are coming illegally into the country.

Customs and Border Protection (CBP) arrested nearly 25,000 nationals from the People's Republic of China (PRC) since October, according to government data of crossings at the southern and northern borders over the last four years.

The recent figures represent an astounding 7,000 percent increase from the same time period in 2021.

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Iran has threatened to use 'weapons it has never used' in a 'painful and severe' response if Israel launches airstrikes in retaliation to Tehran's weekend salvo.

Israel earlier vowed that it will respond to Iran's unprecedented drone and missile attack, amid fears that the Middle East is teetering on the edge of an all-our war.

As the West urged for calmer heads to prevail in the Jewish state, Iranian Parliament's National Security Committee Abolfazl Amoue stated that Iran is 'prepared to use a weapon that we have never used' if Israel responds further.

Speaking on Monday, he said Israel should consider its next steps and 'act wisely.'

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A dozen Republican-led states plan to send a letter to Bank of America demanding an explanation for why it allegedly de-banked Christian and other conservative groups. 

The letter obtained first by DailyMail.com, led by Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach, demands that the financial institution turn over documents related to its account cancellation policies and requested that the bank update its terms of services to not discriminate against clients with certain political or religious beliefs. 

The notice comes after it was revealed that Bank of America sent the FBI and U.S. Treasury private consumer financial data to help the agencies investigate crimes related to the January 6 Capitol protest. 

'Unfortunately, Bank of America appears to be conditioning access to its services on customers having the bank's preferred religious or political views,' Kobach writes in the letter to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan obtained by DailyMail.com. 

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China has refused to condemn and has backed Iran's recent "revenge" attack on Israel. Beijing said that Tehran sees the attack as an act of self-defence. China also lauded Iran for not targeting neighbouring nations.

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Citing safety concerns, USC announced Monday that a pro-Palestinian undergraduate student who was selected as valedictorian will not be allowed to give a speech at the May commencement ceremony, the first time the university has banned the valedictorian from speaking.

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Taxpayers across the United States are experiencing extensive delays in receiving their tax refunds, with some waiting years for the return of their money.

The Internal Revenue Service often provides no explanations for the lengthy waits, raising concerns among those depending on the funds. While delays can be attributed to factors such as identity theft, filing inconsistencies or technical difficulties within the IRS‘s computer systems, taxpayers find themselves in a state of financial limbo.

Chris Horan from Virginia Beach, VA, exemplifies the struggle many face, the New York Post reported. A head of sales for a financial-services software company, Mr. Horan has been awaiting his $30,000 refund since 2022. Despite regular checks on the “Where’s My Refund” online tool provided by the IRS, the status of his return remains “being reviewed.”

“In no world would I think I’d be in April 2024 waiting for a 2022 refund,” Mr. Horan said.

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The US Army factory in Scranton, Pennsylvania that specializes in artillery ammunition caught fire on Monday afternoon, according to local media reports and eyewitnesses.

The Scranton Army Ammunition Plant started spewing black smoke shortly before 3pm local time. Local emergency services were summoned to deal with what was described as a “structure fire.”

No further details were available. 

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he attorney general of Idaho has requested that the Supreme Court lift a temporary injunction issued by a lower court that was blocking the state from enforcing its felony ban on “gender-affirming care” for adolescents.

“Gender-affirming care” includes medical, pharmaceutical, and surgical services, like hormones and gender reassignment surgery for those with gender dysphoria who wish to have an outward appearance that more closely reflects how they feel inside.

While lawsuits regarding the statute are pending, the Supreme Court overturned lower courts and permitted Idaho to implement its restriction on gender care for transgender youth on Monday.

The justices approved Attorney General Raúl Labrador’s (R-Idaho) request to limit the scope of a December district court order that had blocked the state’s prohibition.

Idaho may implement a 2023 legislation that carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence for doctors who give hormone therapies, puberty blockers, or other “gender-affirming” treatments to patients younger than 18. This is made possible by the justices’ order on Monday. 

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