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"All wars are follies, very expensive and very mischievous ones." -Benjamin Franklin
Russia has unleashed two waves of air attacks on the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, killing at least one person and wounding another, according to officials.
Kyiv’s air defence systems downed at least 40 drones moving towards the city in the early hours of Sunday, according to Mayor Vitali Klitschko, with falling debris killing a 41-year-old man and wounding a 35-year-old woman.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene leveled a stunning allegation against first son Hunter Biden this week regarding what she described as information gleaned from “staggering” bank statements.
The Georgia Republican said during an interview that the statements indicate Hunter was involved in sex trafficking schemes, citing the documents, as well as suspicious activity reports that show money being transferred between him and prostitutes.
“This is true human sex trafficking of people that are not even citizens. And the question is, were they being held in some sort of sex slavery?” Greene said during an appearance on conservative commentator Benny Johnson’s podcast.
“These are the crimes that the FBI and the Department of Justice should be investigating and prosecuting with Hunter Biden because the evidence is all there, and the women are easily accessible. You can talk to them and call them in as witnesses,” she added.
Using the average statistics from 1999, if a pediatrician has 1,000 patients, 264 can be expected to be 2 years old or younger. If all are fully vaccinated, the pediatrician would be eligible for a $105,600 year-end bonus.
An adult male who identifies as a lesbian teenager has pleaded guilty to charges of attempting to entice a minor into sexual activity after being caught in a law enforcement sting targeting child predators. Scarlet Moon Shadows, also known by the screen name “Dragongurl69,” of West Rutland, Vermont, entered his plea last month.
Shadows, born Randy Emillion Goodreau, admitted in court that he attempted to entice and coerce an individual, whom Shadows believed to be an 11-year-old girl, for the purposes of sexually abusing her. The charge brought against Shadows was based on an affidavit written by FBI Special Agent Jenelle Bringuel, who specializes in investigating the sex trafficking of minors.
In the affidavit, Bringuel described how Shadows began exchanging messages with an undercover agent posing as a child in December of 2021, and another agent whom Shadows believed was the girl’s mother, while using the screen name “Dragongurl69.”
On Friday, Hollywood star Jane Fonda made a controversial statement asserting that climate change is solely caused by men, particularly white men.
She further suggested that “those men” must be arrested and imprisoned.
She also blamed the “patriarchy” and “racism” for global warming.
Speaking at a career retrospective at the Cannes Film Festival in France, Jane Fonda promoted her radical climate activism efforts, saying the world has “about seven, eight years” to cut fossil fuel consumption in half.
She also said “poor people of color” as well as populations in the southern hemisphere will be hit hardest by global warming.
A former lawyer for then-President Donald Trump has filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court in a legal action related to former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s hand-picked — and now defunct — January 6 Committee.
The petition, filed by attorney John Eastman, seeks “to reverse lower court rulings that enabled the … committee to access information, arguing that those decisions harm the former president’s presidential aspirations,” The Epoch Times reported.
The petition argues that a March 22 decision by U.S. District Judge David O. Carter, a Clinton appointee, “created a stigma for both Petitioner and his client, the former President of the United States and current candidate for the presidency.”
Last year, Carter wrote that the court found it “more likely than not that President Trump corruptly attempted to obstruct the Joint Session of Congress on January 6, 2021.” However, both Trump and Eastman have denied any wrongdoing, and the former president has frequently referred to his public statements on January 6, where he urged protesters to demonstrate peacefully and show respect for local law enforcement officials, The Epoch Times added.
It would seem that Target pushing the LGBTQ agenda is nothing new, as a recent report revealed that the retail giant has donated over $2.1 million towards the Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). GLSEN is an organization that pushes for the invasive gender ideology to be integrated into every school subject and provides schools with sexually explicit books featuring homosexual acts of sex.
Target is already in hot water following its recent ‘Pride’ collection which features “tuck-friendly” swimsuits for females and LGBTQ clothing aimed towards children which has resulted in a major boycott of the store, per the DC Enquirer. The Minnesota-based company has already witnessed major losses in its stock prices after just a week of the boycott and is likely to continue on that negative trajectory, per the DC Enquirer.
However, according to a Fox News report, it would seem that these hyper-liberal actions are nothing new from the retail giant. Target has donated GLSEN for many years, having teamed up with the LGBTQ advocacy group in 2015 for the 25th anniversary of its founding.
President Joe Biden likely used his time as vice president to set up himself and his family members finically, House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chair James Comer, R-Ky., said.
Biden did this, not anticipating that he would eventually become president, Comer said to the Washington Times.
According to Comer, then-vice-president Biden was fo used to setting up family members as highly paid business consultants overseas.
“Everywhere where there are odd payments, the president spent time toward the end of his vice presidency,” Comer told the Times.
Following an Associated Press/NORC poll in April which indicated that only 26% of Democrats want Joe Biden to run for a second term as president, a recent CNN poll conducted by SSRS now shows that 66% of all Americans (not just Republicans) believe that another four years of Biden could lead to 'disaster.' Even CNN can't dismiss the "horrible news" any longer.
The reasons behind this massive decline in support vary. Biden's bizarre behavior during the entirety of his first term has led to multiple embarrassing displays during diplomatic events, and many people are beginning to suspect he is suffering from some form of dementia. Biden has a long list of recorded flubs and outright fantasy tales, from multiple claims that his son "died in the Iraq war" when he actually died of brain cancer...
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Covid showed us how corrupt the medical establishment has become not only in America but worldwide. Doctors know where their bread is buttered and rarely speak out of school or provide advice based on their own independent research. They will support almost any government health narrative if that’s what it takes to make sure the money continues to flow, even if it means violating their oath to “do no harm.”
Next in line for top honors in terms of corruption, after the biomedical-security complex, is the media.
People say the truth will always prevail, and I agree. But this is a lesson that governments never seem to learn, especially when they have a corrupt media willing to cover for their lies.
We see the government and media colluding to deceive the masses on vaccines (they’re safe and effective, safe and effective, safe and effective). We see them colluding on the phony climate change narrative, where to save the planet you’ve got to grow less food, exchange real meat for fake, eat bugs, curtail freedom of movement, digitize humanity and convert all power generation to the electric grid, which is already overtaxed. We see it with so-called “gun violence” — blame the tool not the evil people who misuse the tool. And the list goes on.
U.S. nuclear secrets are at risk from insider attacks, owing to the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) lack of security, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Allison Bawden, a GAO director for nuclear security, said the insider risk is illustrated by the 1993 movie “Jurassic Park,” when a disgruntled computer programmer tries to steal from his employer to solve his personal financial troubles.
“Remember that fictional employee who stole dinosaur embryos from InGen?” wrote Bawden on Twitter on Thursday, while sharing a link to the office’s report and a photo of the fictional programmer.
“Insider threats aren’t just for dinosaur parks - they’re also a risk for federal agencies,” she added. “For example, what if insiders wanted to steal the nation’s nuclear weapons and information?
A 35-year-old woman out of Washington state has been arrested for many alleged crimes involving minors.
The woman told Clallam County Jail staff she identifies as a 15-year-old and as a boy. Prior to her arrest, she told a police officer that "she feels like teenagers 'understand' her better" and that "she 'identifies' better with teenage kids.
Amanda Dorrough, who goes by "Taz," was arrested for the "unlawful harboring of minors." She also provided drugs and alcohol to the runaways. Police uncovered a plan by Dorrough to flee Seattle, according to the Port Angeles Police Department.
The Russian military reportedly shot down two British-supplied Storm Shadow cruise missiles over the past 24 hours, as the Kremlin condemned the “Anglo-Saxon” support of Ukraine’s war effort.
Russia’s Ministry of Defence on Saturday claimed to have shot down two UK Storm Shadow cruise missiles fired by Ukrainian forces over the previous day.
Moscow also claimed that its air defence systems had also destroyed “12 drones of the Armed Forces of Ukraine” during the same time frame, Russian state-owned domestic news agency RIA reported.
“Air defence equipment intercepted two Storm Shadow long-range cruise missiles, 19 HIMARS multiple rockets and two HARM anti-radar missiles,” the department said.
Earlier this month, the United Kingdom announced that it would be supplying Kyiv with an unspecified number of Anglo-French-designed long-range missiles, which are capable of strikes up to around 250km (155 miles). Britain’s Ministry of Defence claimed that the weapons were merely for defensive purposes and would not be nuclear-tipped.
Ukraine's Ministry of Defense has released a new video advert promising to 'kill enemies' and reclaim their nation, as well as avenge those who have taken 'murdered my brother and raped my sisters'.
The trailer, which called on Ukrainians to join the armed forces, promised new battalions and Western tanks to help the nation achieve its 'sacred goal of living in freedom on its God-given land'.
It comes as a presidential adviser claimed the first steps of Ukraine's highly anticipated counteroffensive against Putin's forces are underway.
Mykhailo Podolyak said the process was 'complicated' and that it was not 'a matter of one day or a certain date or a certain hour'. The adviser added that the 'intensity is increasing' and that certain operations were already happening, including blowing up supply lines and depots.
The top US general reaffirmed that Kiev has long been asked not to use military equipment provided by Washington to conduct attacks against Russian territory, according to Reuters. This policy is necessary because such attacks could provoke a direct clash between NATO and Russia, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley emphasized while speaking with reporters at the Pentagon on Thursday.
Milley’s comments came after a neo-Nazi group, which operates as part of Kiev’s armed forces and cooperates with Ukrainian military intelligence, carried out a cross-border raid in Russia. Denis Nikitin is the leader of the Russian Volunteer Corps, which is said to be made up of Russian citizens including some members of the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion who fought, since 2014, for Kiev during the Donbas war. Nikitin said his men were using US equipment, such as two M1224 MaxxPro armored vehicles, also known as MRAPs, during the raid. Members of another militia, the Freedom of Russia Legion, also participated in the assault.
Heavy gunfire between Taliban militants and the Iranian military broke out at a shared border on Saturday, resulting in the deaths of at least two Iranian border guards and more wounded.
The flare-up between Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and the Islamic Republic of Iran comes amid a fierce dispute over water rights, specifically concerning access of drought-stricken Iran to the Helmand River.
In 2022, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) received 31.9 million reports of suspected child sexual exploitation—up from 29.3 million reports in 2021 and 21.7 million in 2020. NCEMC is a national nonprofit founded in 1984 by John and Revé Walsh, whose son Adam, 6, was abducted from a department store in Florida in 1981. The boy was later found murdered.
Many are unaware that child sex trafficking is a growing problem in the United States, regarding it as an issue occurring in other countries. But the reality is that this problem happens every day—close to home—in big cities, small towns, and rural areas in every state.
And it could be happening right next door.