Elon Musk, on Sunday, teased that this week’s Twitter Files report would focus on the now former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Anthony Fauci, in what could be known as the Fauci Files.
Musk turned to Twitter to tell users, "Hope you’re having a great day 1 2023! One thing’s for sure, it won’t be boring."
One Twitter user replied to Musk’s tweet, saying she was, "Waiting… … for #FauciFiles."
"Later this week," Musk replied.
Speaking to Fox News, Rep. James Comer said he expects the files to reveal more government efforts to censor speech and how they backed every controversial policy of his regardless of the facts.
President Joe Biden’s administration has reopened the ability for foreign nationals with a history of using American taxpayer-funded welfare benefits to have a legal path to citizenship under the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
At the beginning of 2020, former President Trump finalized the “public charge”, a federal regulation that “made it less likely for foreign nationals to secure green cards to permanently reside in the United States if they had previously used welfare programs like food stamps, Medicaid, or taxpayer-funded housing programs” reports Breitbart.
However, Biden disbanded the finalized public charge rule immediately after taking office. As a result, Biden blew “open the door for welfare-dependent legal immigration to the United States, for which American taxpayers will ultimately foot the bill” adds Breitbart.
Arizona state senator-elect John Kavanagh, a state representative, is moving a measure that would require parents to provide permission for a school to use pronouns for a student that doesn't match their biological sex.
The Blaze reports that this measure is meant to encourage schools to require parental permission before speaking to a student using pronouns that don't align with their biological sex. The legislation reads in part:
"An employee or independent contractor of a school district or charter school may not knowingly address, identify or refer to a student who is under eighteen years of age by a pronoun that differs from the pronoun that aligns with the student's biological sex unless the school district or charter school receives written permission from the student's parent."
Officials in the city of Eudora, Arkansas, said they are enforcing a mandatory emergency curfew after struggling to stop what the city’s mayor described as a “rampage of shootings.”
The city of fewer than 3,000 residents has recently experienced more than 10 shootings, according to Mayor Tomeka Butler, including one which killed a local resident on Dec. 24. Facing increased crime, few actionable leads, and limited police resources, Butler announced the “civil emergency curfew” on Dec. 27.
The curfew applies from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. with exceptions for both employment and medical emergencies, officials said.
In a statement to ABC News, Butler said that the frequency of these shootings are unprecedented, adding “this is the first time these acts of this magnitude have taken place.”
“Should you be caught during curfew hours, you will be subject to being stopped and searched,” Butler said in a video posted to Facebook, in which four law enforcement officers stood behind her.
In the video and on other posts, Butler pleaded for community members to work together to stop the violence.
“Please help us bring these senseless acts of crime to a stop,” she said.
Documents that were discovered in hacked emails from a Russian media broadcaster reveal that Russia and China have signed agreements to cooperate at coordinating propaganda that counters information in the free Western world.
German law enforcement officials reportedly believe that Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), which is a designated terrorist organization by the U.S., is behind a series of attacks on Jewish centers inside the country.
It seems that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the president’s outgoing top medical adviser and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is a little embarrassed that The New York Times saw his gigantic wall filled with portraits of himself in his home office.
"Happy New Year" was wished by B. Putin to NATO and B. Zelensky with the Russian Air Force and Navy launching two fierce successive missile attacks within a few hours against military targets throughout the country.
Russia has refuted British intelligence on the ground: Pounding Ukraine for 3 days in a row, which has never been done before, shows the preparation for a large-scale ground attack.
Today it launched two missile waves, yesterday one and on the 29th of the month two more.
Total 5 missile attacks with over 400 missiles and drones. Today alone the first wave included 70 missiles.
A few hours later a second wave followed.
Within minutes there were mass launches from the Caspian, Black Sea, western Russia from warships and strategic bombers.
More than 586,000 individuals have received a bivalent Covid-19 vaccine as at last Monday.
This is 200,000 more from the previous update by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Dec 12.
In response to queries from The Straits Times, MOH said more than 133,000 individuals have received a shot of the bivalent Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty vaccine and over 453,000 have received the bivalent Moderna/Spikevax vaccine.
ChatGPT, developed by San Francisco research firm OpenAI, is being talked about as a major step forward in artificial intelligence (AI), especially its latest version released in November.
Simple and free of charge – for now – the chatbot has prompted some schools to start thinking of ways to mitigate cheating, ahead of students’ return to schools.
ChatGPT’s ability to break down complicated concepts into simple language and respond to follow-up questions logically has raised concerns over whether existing plagiarism detection software used in schools, such as Turnitin, can sniff out text drafted by bots.
Singapore educators interviewed said they have not encountered cases of cheating with the aid of ChatGPT, as its latest version turned viral only during the school holidays.
A swath of films, books and other media projects with far-left messages failed with audiences and consumers this year, according to box office numbers and sales.
Disney's first animated film with an openly LGBT character "Strange World," tanked at the box office last month. The film had a whopping $180 million budget but only took in $24 million when it opened during the Thanksgiving holiday week, according to Variety. Pixar's latest installment in the popular Toy Story franchise, "Lightyear," failed to meet expectations, earning $51 million at the box office. The family-friendly series owned by Disney attracted headlines for having a same-sex kiss.
"Lightyear" debuted to $51 million last summer, falling short of the $70 million minimum it was expected to earn. (AP Newsroom)
Another film focused on LGBT characters, "Bros," didn't move the needle at the box office, either. Star Billy Eichner furiously warned "homophobes" on Twitter to not come see the movie. It grossed $14.8 million worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo. The New York Times suggested "homophobia" could be the reason the gay romantic comedy was unsuccessful.
Movies with overtly political themes like the star-studded "Amsterdam" also failed to attract audiences this year. The film about friends who uncover a plot to overthrow the government, featured Robert De Niro's character giving a "thinly veiled speech telling off Trump."
Arizona Republican Abraham Hamadeh announced today that his legal team is filing a Motion for Stay to delay the inauguration for the AZ Office of Attorney General next week until all matters regarding potential discrepancies in the recount and litigation are resolved. He also requested that the current Arizona attorney general, Mark Brnovich “remain in office until all issues are resolved.”
A homeless Oregon woman has been arrested and charged for pushing a three-year-old girl onto a train track in a shocking moment captured on video in a city where the homelessness crisis continues to spiral out of control.
Brianna Lace Workman, 32, allegedly shoved the little girl onto the Gateway Transit Center MAX platform in Portland on Thursday. It's the latest shocking incident as crime surges in the Democratic stronghold.
The little girl, wearing a pink coat, was waiting in line with her mother as surveillance footage captured someone in a red hat, allegedly Workman, pushing her face-first onto the metal rail.
Just 12 days after receiving the shot, she started suffering from a headache. Her family brought her to the emergency room, where doctors found out she had a brain hemorrhage.
She's one of the reasons why the United States has chosen to put a pause on the Johnson & Johnson [vaccine distribution](https://cafemom.com/news/child-accidentally-vaccinated-coronavirus). While these results aren't typical whatsoever, authorities wanted to be safe rather than sorry.
Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is starting the new year making very clear whose side he is on–and it is not Republican voters. After betraying the incoming GOP House majority by negotiating a $1.7 trillion omnibus funding bill in the lame duck Congress last month to deny House Republicans the chance to control federal spending this year, McConnell is set to host Joe Biden in Kentucky on Wednesday at a “bipartisan” celebration of Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill passed in 2021 with help from McConnell.