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A teacher and two others injured in stabbing at Ysgol Dyffryn Aman school in Ammanford. Police respond to ongoing incident, one arrested, school sealed off. Anxieties rise as parents await children, speculation cautioned amid ongoing police investigation.

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The top two public health agencies in the United States conducted a joint study showing that the risk of developing autoimmune heart disease among the "fully vaccinated" for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) is a shocking 13,200 percent higher than it is among the unvaccinated.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) discovered that compared to the background risk in the general population, the risk of myocarditis is 133 times greater in those who took the mRNA injections from either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna.

Researchers from several top universities and hospitals across America contributed to the study, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Using data from the government-run Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), the CDC and the FDA identified 1,626 cases of myocarditis, which were cross-checked to ensure the results comply with the CDC's official definition of myocarditis.

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If anyone doubted these lawsuits were about Democrats’ vendetta against Trump, this should put those to rest. Despite getting a verdict in her favor, Attorney General Letitia James seemingly sought to inflict more pain on Trump, his businesses, and his family.

Trump is required to pay $175 million in bond as the case faces appeals. James wanted that decision thrown out, making accusations about the group which is paying it.

It seems she wanted to go back to the $400+ million bond the original judge set. That would have required Trump to shell out nearly half a billion dollars just in a bond.

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Most people agree that the circumstances happening in 2020 largely helped Joe Biden win the election. Voters blamed Trump for the fallout of the pandemic. And Democrats pushed mail-in ballots to bring out people who would have otherwise not voted.

But Biden has been president for four years. He can’t lean on COVID to get elected again. He will need to run on his record since entering office.

And a top Democrat adviser has some bad news for him. Biden’s poor approval numbers and sagging polls spell trouble for the Democrat incumbent. If Trump gains just a slight upper hand, it’ll be all over for old Joe.

From Breitbart:
President Joe Biden faces a much “tougher” path than his opponent to obtain the 270 electoral college votes needed to win the presidential election, longtime Democrat adviser Doug Sosnik wrote in the New York Times…

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home in Florida. The documents include a timeline of the raid and those involved. One of the revelations coming out is the fact that the Secret Service knew about the raid and coordinated with the FBI. Secret Service agents even escorted the agents throughout the house.

It had been previously reported that Trump’s lawyers and other staff were not allowed to enter the house while the raid went on.

This has been the most information revealed during one of these cases against the former president. It appears other judges involved in these cases have refused to release information to the public. That could partly be because of their political biases against the president.

It is unknown what will come of this unsealing. No doubt, Trump and his legal team will pour over this information—to find information they can use in his defense. Other experts and the media will surely do the same.

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Biden has burned through American cash to promote a radical agenda. But he’s far from finished. This “woke” White House is aggressively pushing one particular movement. And Joe is seeking to use American resources to indoctrinate another country.

From Daily Caller:
The Biden administration wants to train at least 200 activists to advocate for transgender rights in India as part of a program ostensibly designed to advance America’s “national interests,” according to a federal grant posting.

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Here are the updated facts — Pepe has confirmed the story with three separate sources. So let me explain what this means. Pepe Escobar is not a liar or a fabricator. He is not someone seeking notoriety nor publicity. He is a reporter and is disseminating the story as it was told to him. I hold Pepe in the highest regard. We met for the first time at a conference in Moscow in December 2023 and I knew immediately I had a new friend.

The real question is why the sources are sharing this story. While I agree with Scott Ritter and Ray McGovern that there a major holes in the account that raise questions about its legitimacy, none of us have access to classified information that details the movements of Israeli, Russian and U.S. aircraft on 18 April 2024. So it could be true.

Alternatively, maybe this was a plan of disinformation designed to attack Pepe’s credibility. His reporting on Ukraine and the war between Israel and Palestine has been a thorn in the side of the West. So that is a possible explanation.

I am certain about one thing — the news accounts about Israel’s failed attack on Iran last Thursday does not make sense. We do not have a good account of what happened. Was there a missile strike that Iran defeated? Or was it a small group of quadcopter drones that were shot down? It is not clear. What we do know is that the White House and the Pentagon made a big show of touting Israel’s attack — an attack that Israel now refuses to acknowledge. The breathless reports that kept the U.S. cable news channels churning for several hours then dried up. It became like a scene from the movie, Naked Gun, where Detective Drebin tried to persuade a crowd of onlookers that the explosions and smoke they were seeing was nothing. “Nothing to see here!”

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Replicating cosmic conditions in a laboratory vacuum, Krasnokutski's group confirmed the ability of amino acid precursors, aminoketenes, to form peptides on molecular ice. Contrary to prior assumptions, the presence of water, which typically coats interstellar dust, does not prevent peptide formation but only reduces its efficiency by fifty percent-a minor setback given the vast timescales of cosmic events.

"The presence of ammonia, atomic carbon, and carbon monoxide among the molecular clouds allows for the necessary chemical reactions to occur, leading to the creation of simple peptides," said Krasnokutski. Despite the water-related challenges, the detailed mass spectrometric analyses performed in France demonstrate that peptide formation continues at significant rates.

This revelation adds to the ongoing debate about whether life's initial biomolecules originated from terrestrial or extraterrestrial sources, suggesting that the cosmos might play a role in the emergence of life on Earth.

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A YouTube millionaire, determined to prove he could build a million-dollar fortune from scratch in a year, has been forced to abandon the self-imposed challenge due to declining health.

Aiming to build a $1 million (£808,000) dollar fortune in a year, Mike Black fell short after ten months due to health concerns. Despite reaching $64,000 (£51,700), he prioritised his well-being, citing "health and family come first."

Mike, battling chronic fatigue and joint pain from two autoimmune diseases, ended his project to prioritise health and gratitude. This experience underscored the importance of what truly matters: "Health and family come first."

Webmaster addition: I had a doctor tell me that when you hear the word "autoimmune", 9 times out of 10 you are dealing with a vaccine injury.

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We’re in for a weird ride, which I’ve been talking about for some time, where prices rise even as the economy settles into recession. Those who lived through the 70s remember it well. Stagflation is an odd situation, driven in part by shortages (oil last time because it drives the price of almost everything), where the economy is stagnant (at best), and prices still rise. It has to be driven into a harsh recession to bring prices down, so the Fed is forced to fight inflation even harder with interest hikes when it would normally be stimulating a flaccid economy with interest cuts to try to get it off the ground again.

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Economic improvements in a country’s economy are not magic, President Javier Milei told Argentines in a televised address where he had good and rare news to announce: his government is successfully taming reckless public spending, which resulted in a rare – and welcome – first quarter budget surplus.

Milei stated that this is key to improving economic prospects in the once-prosperous Latin American nation.

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Bill Krystal – Never-Trumper who’s gone wacko
Andrew Weissmann – enough said – Deep State prince
Lawrence Tribe – member of Biden/Obama tribe and Harvard nutcase
George Conway – arguably the most abusive husband ever
Jeffrey Toobin – CNN commentator caught spanking it during a conference call
John Dean – Deep stater who set up Nixon then testified in Trump impeachment

Trump Attorney Jeffrey Clark nailed this one:

I called it!

A group of leftist legal commentators has been meeting weekly for about two years to strategize about how to bring down Trump using the media.

I even coined a term for the phenomenon: “JournoLawfare™️” as my followers will be well familiar with.

This Politico article admits it.

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Just weeks after learning Joe Biden had improperly retained government documents, his administration began working with federal bureaucrats in spring and fall 2021 to increase pressure on Donald Trump for similar issues and eventually prompt a criminal prosecution of the 45th president, according to government memos newly unsealed by a federal judge.

The correspondence, released this week by U.S. District Judge Eileen Cannon in Florida, provide the the most extensive accounting so far of how the Biden White House worked with federal bureaucrats to escalate pressure on Trump to return documents to the National Archives even as it slow-walked similar issues involving its own boss.

One email dated May 5, 2021, shows the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) had already consulted the Biden White House about missing Trump records, more than a year before the public would learn that the former president president had kept some classified memos.

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Columbia's embattled president Minouche Shafik has crumbled under pressure from pro Palestine protesters and given them a 48 hour extension to disperse after they ignored the original deadline.

It comes as demonstrators claim school officials threatened to call in the National Guard to the campus, which has been besieged by demonstrations since last Wednesday. 

In the wake of the alleged threat, one activist called on members of the protest group to 'break up into platoons' in order to defend the encampment. 

Shafik capitulated after her midnight deadline came and went with no real signs the camp was dispersing.

Webmaster addition: Remember the last time the National Guard was sent to quell a student protest?

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