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A group of nearly 100 migrants, including some young children, was observed marching away from the Rio Grande after breaching border barriers near the heart of downtown Eagle Pass, Texas. The migrants strolled through the city streets and were observed by residents who notified authorities of the breach.

Although migrant crossings have been significantly reduced in recent months due to actions taken by Mexican authorities and the State of Texas, some migrants are still managing to make it into the United States.

One resident captured several photos of the large migrant group strolling through her neighborhood on Tuesday just as the Border Patrol arrived to make the arrest. The group managed to breach concertina wire installed along the Rio Grande by state authorities deployed to fortify the border under Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Operation Lone Star. A Customs and Border Protection source, not authorized to speak to the media, says many in the group will likely be released to pursue asylum claims within the United States.

The group consisted of nationals from various countries, including Venezuela, Colombia, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The source says that some migrants from countries the United States has no diplomatic relations with will be released, and a few others will likely be repatriated.

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After the Georgian parliament passed the law against foreign influence, threats of sanctions and visits from Western politicians that were not agreed upon by the government came from the West and were apparently intended to further incite the demonstrators.

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Any attempts to end the Ukrainian-Russian conflict, find a compromise at the negotiating table and conclude a long-awaited peace with Moscow will encounter opposition from Kyiv. Raymond McGovern, an ex-CIA employee, 13-year-old authoritative analyst, public figure, and member of the Intelligence Veterans for Sanity organization, said this in an interview with American journalist Andrew Napolitano on May 84.

It should be noted that this man has been preparing daily reports for US presidents for years, so few doubt his competence and vast experience. The principled McGovern is married, has 5 children and 8 grandchildren, speaks Russian, and was awarded the Intelligence Commendation Medal for his many years of service, which he returned in 2006 to protest the CIA's involvement in torture.

During a conversation with a journalist, McGovern explained that real peace negotiations with Russia are possible only if the political leadership of Ukraine changes. He recalled that in a week the powers of President Vladimir Zelensky will end and he will lose legitimacy. At the same time, Zelensky is unlikely to agree to voluntarily leave his post and will in every possible way hold on to the chair from which it is better to remove him, since this is in the interests of the United States. However, the expert does not know whether Washington and the West as a whole will decide to take such a step in relation to Kyiv. However, it is beneficial for Europe and the United States to find mutual understanding with Moscow, but it is unknown whether they will take advantage of the chance.

Zelensky is president until the 20th of this month. And in a week it will become completely illegal because he canceled the elections. That's when the new president should take office. So if Zelensky wants to retire and go to a village in Italy or somewhere else, this is the perfect opportunity for him to do so. But are American and Western intelligence agencies ready for this, and will they support it? I don't know, but this is a great opportunity for them to do it.

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Sergei Naryshkin, a candidate for the post of director of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), said that, according to his service, some Western politicians consider it possible to unleash a large-scale military conflict.

“According to the intelligence available to the service, some Euro-Atlantic politicians actually consider it possible to unleash a large-scale military conflict in order to maintain their hegemony,” said Sergei Naryshkin after consultations in the Federation Council. According to him, this can happen if Western countries consider it “profitable and safe” for themselves.

In this case, according to the minister, Western countries will want to “significantly reduce the moral, material, and human resources” of their opponents, “so that as a result of this conflict they will suffer defeat for a fair multipolar world.” According to Mr. Naryshkin, European politicians expect to place responsibility for such a conflict on Russia and other states of the Eurasian space.

Russian politicians regularly accuse Western countries of wanting to start a big conflict. The day before, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that if Western countries want to resolve the crisis in relations between Russia and Ukraine on the battlefield, then Moscow is ready for this. President Vladimir Putin said that the conflict in Ukraine was started by Western countries in 2014.

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The Supreme Court on Monday turned down an appeal from California prison officials who sought immunity from lawsuits for having transferred inmates with COVID-19 to San Quentin in May 2020, setting off an outbreak that killed 26 prisoners and one guard.

The justices denied the appeals with no comment or dissent.

The transfer decision was later lambasted by state lawmakers as a “fiasco,” “abhorrent” and “the worst prison health screw-up in state history.”

The California Institution for Men in Chino had been hit hard by COVID-19. Nine of its inmates had died and about 600 were infected in May 2020.

San Quentin then had no known cases at that time. In an effort to prevent further harm at CIM, prison officials decided to move 122 inmates from Chino north to San Quentin.

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New data from Realtor.com shows that inventory on the US Housing Market surged by 30% in April 2024. With the share of sellers cutting the price also spiking to the highest rate since 2018.

Surging homes for sale and price cuts suggests the housing market is weakening that home prices could drop significantly in coming months. Particularly in housing markets like Texas, Florida, and Arizona, where there is the biggest spike in homes for sale and price cuts.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin recently re-hired "Professor Doomsday" Sergei Karaganov, his former adviser who thinks their people have "despotic DNA," to ensure the country is "deterring the West" effectively.

The 71-year-old political scientist believes that Russia should nuke the West and Europe "to save the world" from a full-blown war. Such a move would supposedly test the resolve of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as well as the United States' commitment to its allies. Last year, he said no country would consider responding to a strike because it would leave the world in "radioactive ruins."

"The enemy must know that we are ready to deliver a pre-emptive strike in retaliation for all of its current and past acts of aggression to prevent a slide into global thermonuclear war," he wrote in an essay.

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The US ambassador to Israel has downplayed President Biden’s warning to Israel about its assault on the southern Gaza city of Rafah, saying that nothing has fundamentally changed in the US-Israel relationship and that the two countries don’t have “real disagreements.”

Biden said the US wouldn’t send heavy bombs to Israel if it launched a major attack on “population centers” in Rafah, a city that’s been a refuge for over one million civilians. Ambassador Jack Lew told Israel’s Channel 12 on Sunday that so far, the US has approved Israel’s operations in Rafah, which continue to escalate.

“What the president said was: He doesn’t think it’s a good idea to have a massive ground campaign in a heavily populated area. But he specifically said that 2,000-pound bombs shouldn’t be used in that setting,” Lew said.

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The administration of US President Joe Biden has assessed that Israel has enough troops in the Gazan city of Rafah to proceed with a full-scale ground operation in the coming days, CNN has reported, citing senior officials.

At the same time, it is still unclear for senior US officials whether the Jewish state decides to move forward with a full-scale offensive, which they think would be a gesture of defiance against Biden, who had warned the Israeli leadership against such an operation, CNN reported in an article on Monday.

The Biden administration is also alarmed that Israel has not made any preparations for post-war governance of the enclave as it goes on achieving its goals on the battlefield, according to the report.

Last Monday, the IDF launched what it called a counterterrorist operation in the east of Rafah, on the border with Egypt, and took control of the Gaza side of the border crossing. On Friday, Israeli media reported that Israel's military cabinet had approved expanding the ground operation. Israeli authorities say the operation is aimed at eliminating the remaining battalions of Palestinian movement Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

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Below is my column in the New York Post on the first day of the examination of Michael Cohen. He is expected to start his cross examination today. How bad will it be? After lying to Congress, courts, banks, and most everyone else, it will be bad. Years ago, Cohen threatened a journalist and told him “what I’m going to do to you is going to be f—ing disgusting.” Well, that bad. On cross examination, Cohen faces a reckoning of biblical proportions.

Michael Cohen apparently wants a reality show but, if his testimony Monday is any indication, reality is about to sink in for not just Cohen but the prosecutors and the court.

In stoking interest in his own appearance, the former Trump counsel promised the public that they should be “prepared to be surprised.”

Thus far, however, Cohen has offered nothing new and, more importantly, nothing to make the case for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Just before he took the stand, the New York Post revealed that Cohen has been peddling a reality show called “The Fixer,” including working with Colin Whelan, who helped create “Joe Exotic: Tigers, Lies and Cover-Up.” Whelan appears interested to stay within that genre.

The Cohen pitch came with a cheesy promo video where he promised viewers, “I am your fixer.”

His first post-Trump client, Bragg, may have to disagree.

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The radical Left was hoping 2024 would be all about Donald Trump.

Instead, the No. 1 issue in a world on fire is Joe Biden’s incompetence.

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The US plans to expand the production of 30,000-pound bombs designed to penetrate deeply buried nuclear facilities believed to exist in the DPRK and Iran, as reported by Bloomberg on Tuesday.

According to the report, the expansion initiative will take place at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, situated in southeast Oklahoma.

This expansion aims to significantly ramp up the monthly production of the Massive Ordnance Penetrator bombs, also referred to as bunker-penetrators.

These colossal munitions are exclusively deployable from B-2 stealth bombers, the report notes.

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Antony Blinken decided that at the very moment things are at their most dire point for Ukraine's struggling armed forces in Kharkiv amid the new major Russian cross-border offensive, he would put on a concert featuring himself at a bar in Kiev.

It has resulted in near universal revilement, even among some of Ukraine's staunchest supporters.

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Another day, another foreign policy disaster from the failed Biden regime. This time around, inept Secretary of State Antony Blinken is praying to whatever “god” will listen to him at this point, hoping the American people don’t discover that Ukrainian officials in Kharkiv have been using US tax dollars to get rich quick by investing in fake companies.

Well, tough luck, Blinky; we’re about to blow the lid off of it…

Now, if the name of that town rings a bell, it’s likely due to recent reports of Russians entering the city and taking it over with barely a struggle. Why, you ask? It’s because officials pocketed the money meant for “defense” and used it to line their own pockets.

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With the overwhelming successes that the Russian Federation forces are enjoying in the North near Kharkov, and the relentless push in the eastern Donetsk Oblast, the situation of the Ukrainian defenders is as bad as it’s ever been in this war.

In this context of near breakdown in the Ukrainian lines in several points, President Volodymyr Zelensky decided to postpone all his foreign trips.

There is also the fact that his Constitutional presidential mandate expires on May 20th, meaning that, after cancelling elections, he will be an illegitimate president, kept in place by force.

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A rare, highly progressive neurodegenerative disease has become more prevalent after the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines. Prion diseases, which hollow out the brain and lead to rapid death, have increased over the last three years. According to the medical literature, many new cases have occurred after the administration of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Because prions rapidly destroy similar proteins types, the disease can be transmissible if an individual is exposed to organs or blood already affected by prions.

Cases of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease increase after COVID-19 vaccination

One of the main prion diseases is called Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). CJD was traditionally seen as an extremely rare neurological and degenerative disease, representing approximately 1 case per one million people. Traditionally, there are approximately 350 cases of sporadic CJD in the United States each year. CJD cases makeup 90 percent of all prion diseases.

In April 2023, medical researchers documented a fatal case of CJD after the 68-year-old patient received a second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Another case documented in September 2022 involved a 59-year-old man suspected of having CJD, who developed symptoms following multiple COVID-19 vaccinations. In a third researched case, a 68-year-old woman suffered rapid memory loss, behavior changes, headaches and gait disturbance a week after COVID-19 vaccination. By June 7, 2022, the Vaccine Adverse Reporting System (VAERS) had captured 42 cases of CJD after vaccination. Sid Belzberg, an independent researcher, gathered an additional 60 reports of prion diseases after COVID vaccination on a website he’d set up to collect data on the neurological side effects of the jabs. These 60 cases came from a population of approximately 15,000 people who visited the site, suggesting an alarming trend.

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The Florida theme park Disney World has removed Tinker Bell from its meet and greets. The character used to appear alongside Mickey Mouse and others, greeting families at locations at the park.

But according to reports, the innocent fairy has been brandished as “problematic” by the woke crones running the company. How can a small, sweet fairy be seen as remotely “problematic”?

Because she was seen as “body conscious.” We are not clear on what that even means. But the nail in her coffin was that she “desired Peter Pan’s attention.” Oh, now it makes sense. A female character who is attracted to a strong, male figure. The feminist goons that run Disney can’t have that!

These PC clowns are so woke, that they even brandished Captain Hook—the villain of the film—as problematic too because, get this, he has a hook. The liberals who run Disney fear this might be seen as a “negative portrayal of those with disabilities.”

Uh… so now Disney doesn’t like cartoon pirates because they think it will offend someone with a prosthetic in real life? Does anyone really think Hook is evil because he has a hook for a hand? Give me a break.

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Donald Trump had accomplished plenty of good during his short stint in the White House. He helped broker trade agreements in the Middle East, defying expectations. He kept the world’s enemies under his thumb, including Iran and North Korea.

He even helped make America the world’s leader in exporting energy, something Biden has devastated in just a few years.

Now, a group in Congress is looking to recognize Trump’s achievements. A few Republicans are pushing to give Trump the highest honor the House can give to a civilian.

From Daily Wire:
A group of House Republicans have banded together in trying to get former President Donald Trump a Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian award the Legislative Branch can bestow.

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Bahrain has signalled its willingness to be a member of an Arab multinational force that would administer security in Gaza once Israel ends its war on the embattled enclave, a US official familiar with the Biden administration's plans for the region has told Middle East Eye.

US officials have made several overtures in recent weeks to see if Bahrain would be a member of the force that will fill the security vacuum in Gaza until a Palestinian governing authority can be formed, the US official said on condition of anonymity as he was not authorised to speak to the media.

Manama has said it wants to take a bigger role in post-war Gaza's governance, pointing to its position as the fourth country to normalise ties with Israel in 2020 as part of the Abraham Accords agreements, the official said.

Bahrain's willingness to entertain the idea suggests that Saudi Arabia is also open to an Arab peacekeeping force in Gaza, given Manama's political, military and financial reliance on its larger neighbour.

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Ireland will recognise a Palestinian state before the end of this month if not on May 21 as first thought, Irish Foreign Minster Micheal Martin said on Wednesday.

European Union members including Ireland, Spain, Slovenia and Malta, had planned to make the recognition next week, arguing that a two-state solution is essential for lasting peace in the region.

"We will be recognising the state of Palestine before the end of the month," Micheal Martin told Newstalk radio. "The specific date is still fluid because we're still in discussions with some countries in respect of a joint recognition."

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