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"All terrorist actions are staged incidents, because acts of terror alienate the very people whose support the people blamed for the terror act need." -- Michael Rivero
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed five pieces of legislation into law on Wednesday to protect children in the state from harmful leftist initiatives, including mutilating surgical procedures, radical gender ideology in schools, and sexually explicit drag queen shows.
Canadian police reportedly arrested a teenager handing out bibles after an altercation broke out between his Sava Canada group and pro-transgender counter-protestors during a demonstration on Wednesday in Calgary, Alberta.
Democrats love having illegal aliens flood the country. No, not because they are children of God, or whatever platitudes the Dems throw around in vain. It’s because, as the Left sees it, these men and women supply an abundance of cheap labor and votes — though they would never admit the second part.
On Wednesday, Representative Anna Paulina Luna (R-FL) submitted a House Resolution to expel Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) from Congress following Special Counsel John Durham's report revealing Schiff’s involvement with illegal spying on a United States president.
The over 300-page report was a bombshell, completely shutting down the hoax of Former President Donald Trump’s potential collusion with Russia, but also served to make the public aware of the illegal spying done by the Department of Justice and the FBI, as previously reported by the DC Enquirer.
The report from Durham also revealed that Rep. Schiff and Senator Jack Reed (D-R.I.) attempted to get university researchers to investigate claims of then-President Trump’s ties to Russia through Alfa Bank.
On Tuesday, the New York Supreme Court temporarily blocked New York City mayor Eric Adams from transporting illegal immigrants to nearby Orange County.
State Supreme Court Judge Sandra Sciortino ruled that while illigal immigrants who had already been bussed up the Hudson to stay at the Crossroads Hotel and Ramada by Wyndham in Newburgh would be allowed to remain, Adams was not to send any more.
The sugar industry paid prestigious Harvard scientists to publish research saying fat - not sugar - was a key cause of heart disease, newly unveiled documents reveal.
At the time, in the 1960s, conflict of interest disclosure was not required.
It meant sugar chiefs could work closely with researchers to re-draft and re-draft their paper until it was 'satisfactory' - without having to report their involvement.
The result shaped public health approaches to nutrition for years.
The news continues to get more disastrous for President Joe Biden as a new poll shows that former President Donald Trump is destroying him.
The new poll, done by ABC/Washington Post, shows former President Trump with a whopping 7 point lead over President Biden, Mediaite reported.
“According to the survey, the president trails his predecessor by 7 points in a hypothetical 2024 general election matchup. Respondents were asked whether they would ‘definitely’ vote for Trump or Biden, ‘probably’ vote for Trump or Biden, or vote for someone else or not vote at all. Among those who ‘definitely’ prefer one candidate over the other, Trump leads Biden 36-32. But when those ‘probably’ voting are added to the tally, Trump’s margin balloons to 7 points — as he holds a 45-38 advantage over Biden,” the report said.
A number of House Democrats led by Rep. Cori Bush introduced a resolution Thursday to reignite a push for federal reparations that would amount to over half the U.S. GDP.
The resolution states that the U.S. has a 'legal and moral' obligation to provide reparations for the enslavement of black people and calls for $14 trillion to be paid - 'at least the amount of the black white wealth gap,' Bush told DailyMail.com in a press conference.
The entire U.S. GDP was $25 trillion in 2022. The U.S. is already $31.4 trillion in debt and lawmakers are currently engaged in tedious negotiations over where to cut the budget so they can raise the debt limit.
The $14 trillion figure is in line with the findings of Duke University professor and economist William 'Sandy' Darity, who estimates the wealth gap is in excess of $300,000 per person and there are roughly 40 million black people whose ancestors were enslaved in the U.S.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) responded to special counsel John Durham’s report, in part, by suggesting one of the chamber’s most controversial Democratic members, former Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff, be removed from the chamber.
In a 300-plus page report that became public on Monday following a four-year investigation, Durham cited the FBI and the Justice Department for launching a bogus investigation into the 2016 campaign of then-GOP nominee Donald Trump without justification. His report also noted that the campaign of Hillary Clinton was heavily involved in creating the false narrative that Trump’s campaign was “colluding” with Russia to interfere in the election.
When the police started shooting people in the face and throwing flash grenades at the unarmed crowd, everything changed on January 6.
The government opened fire escalating the protest. Only one side was armed using deadly force: The police.
The crowd became livid as they watched cops shooting deadly rubber bullets, tear gas, and flash bangs or “sting balls” at civilians, often aimed at their heads.
Footage obtained by The Gateway Pundit showcases the unjustified use of deadly force employed by law enforcement against demonstrators protesting the stolen election.
On Wednesday, Kari Lake’s attorney, Kurt Olsen, presented jaw-dropping data exposing the flaws in the signature verification process. Lake’s team suggested that Maricopa County falsely verified signatures, rendering the entire process questionable.
Lake, the former gubernatorial candidate, had been granted a trial on her claim that Maricopa County failed to verify voter signatures on mail-in ballots, resulting in her loss.
Olsen explained, “As our expert will testify, this isn’t a question of not getting it right. It’s simply they are not physically capable of reviewing the signature, both from the standpoint of being able to do an assessment with respect to the procedures.”
Olsen then proceeded to highlight the staggering numbers that raise serious doubts about the integrity of the process.
“What that log data shows, Your Honor, is that over 274,000 ballots were approved at less than three seconds each,” Olsen revealed. This shocking news included the mind-boggling fact that one signature verifier managed to approve 100% of the 26,900 signatures he reviewed at less than three seconds per signature.
The Allen Police Department has discredited Steven Spainhouer, a witness who gained national attention after the mass shooting outside the Allen Premium Outlets in early May.
Spainhouer's gruesome account of the aftermath of the shooting was widely circulated. He claimed to have arrived at the scene before first responders and administered first aid to victims, including a girl who he claimed "had no face" and a boy underneath his deceased mother. Spainhouer later used his notoriety to push for gun control, despite being a self-declared "gun lover."
However, the Allen Police Department released a statement on Friday questioning Spainhouer's credibility. The department said that his public comments do not match the evidence. "Inconsistencies between these public accounts and investigative facts led Allen Police Department to conduct a follow-up interview. During this interview, detectives determined that Mr. Spainhouer is not a credible incident witness," the agency explained.
The death of an Idaho-based mercenary in Bakhmut seems to confirm rumors that United States Citizens have been actively engaging in “Hot War” against Russia on the Eastern front of Ukraine. These rumors have spread like wildfire over the past several weeks following an intelligence leak last month alleging that Western Troops were fighting on the ground in the Ukraine. The Guardian reported that the leaked documents:
“contain updates about military operations, logistics, weapons deliveries and training of Ukrainian forces by the US and its Nato allies. In one section, titled “US/NATO SOF in UKR”, the documents appear to list the number of western special forces present in Ukraine. The documents appear to be dated February and March 2023.”
It had been previously reported that Americans were going to Ukraine to engage in “training,” but now it appears as though they have been actively engaging Russian forces in the city of Bakhmut.
Two Republican presidential candidates have responded to news that special counsel John Durham’s report further discredits the FBI’s investigation of the Trump campaign ahead of the 2016 presidential election, saying they’re glad the facts have come out and that there’s a case to argue for shutting down the FBI.
According to Durham, who has spent nearly three years probing the origins of the FBI’s investigation into the Trump campaign, the bureau hurried to initiate the initial investigation based on unvetted intelligence from the Australian government and the FBI did not interview the individuals connected to the intelligence used to launch a comprehensive investigation.
Ramaswamy responded to the report telling The Epoch Times, “Enough is enough. Root out the corruption & shut down the FBI.”
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said Tuesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky have agreed to host a delegation of African leaders to discuss a potential peace plan for the conflict in Ukraine.
“My discussions with the two leaders demonstrated that they are both ready to receive the African leaders and to have discussion on how this conflict can be brought to an end,” Ramaphosa said, according to DW. “Whether that will succeed or not is going to depend on the discussions that will be held.”
On top of Ramaphosa, the leaders of Senegal, Uganda, Egypt, the Republic of the Congo, and Zambia also support the plan. Ramaphosa did not give a timeline on when the visits to Moscow and Kyiv might happen.
When Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s back was against the wall during the January House speakership fight, he struck a deal with GOP holdouts, which would have, among other things, capped discretionary spending at 2022 levels.
At the time, McCarthy (R-Calif.) said he was open to defense budget cuts, a proposal then pushed as a bargaining chip by those Republican holdouts, including Reps. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) and Chip Roy (R-Texas).
The ongoing debt ceiling negotiations and the looming default date offer the first test of how sincere these calls were. Republican members of Congress have so far held firm that any debt ceiling increase must be accompanied by spending cuts, but talk of the DoD budget being on the table has been completely absent from the public debate.
President Biden has canceled planned visits to Papua New Guinea and Australia to focus on the debt ceiling debate that’s ongoing in Washington, The Associated Press reported on Tuesday.
Biden was planning to visit the two nations after the Group of Seven summit that will be held in Hiroshima, Japan, from May 19-21, which he will still attend. Sources told AP that the president will leave for Japan on Wednesday and return to the US on Sunday.
Biden would have been the first sitting US president to visit Papua New Guinea if he went through with the trip. The president was expected to sign an agreement that would give the US military access to some of Papua New Guinea’s ports and airports, part of the US military buildup in the region aimed at China. He was also going to attend a summit of Pacific Island leaders.
One baby has died and eight have been admitted to intensive care in a mysterious cluster of infections thought to be caused by a typically harmless virus.
In total, 15 newborns in Wales and south-west England have been struck down with severe Myocarditis — inflammation of the heart — since June 2022.
One of them is still in hospital, according to an alert issued last night by the World Health Organization.
Health chiefs were spooked by the 'unusual' spike in cases over such a short space of time, prompting a thorough investigation.
The United States has announced it has 1,419 deployed nuclear warheads in its arsenal, as it urged Russia to release its data.
The US Department of State said it was releasing the information publicly as part of its commitments under the New START Treaty, appearing to reverse an earlier decision not to share the data.
“The United States continues to view transparency among nuclear weapon states as extremely valuable for reducing the likelihood of misperception, miscalculation, and costly arms competitions,” a spokesperson said in a statement on Tuesday.
Air Force F-22 Raptors flew to Ämari Air Base, Estonia, earlier this month to demonstrate NATO’s integrated air defenses along the alliance’s eastern flank, according to a May 14 press release.
The 12 fifth-generation stealth fighters are assigned to Joint Base Langley-Eustis’ 94th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron and deployed to Powidz Air Base in Poland starting in early April before flying to Ämari on May 8, the release stated. Though it was not clear how much time the fighters spent in Estonia, the release said the deployment was meant “to deter aggression in the Baltic Sea region.”
Though much attention is still focused on Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine a few hundred miles southeast of the Baltic states, national security experts warn the region is a significant strategic and economic area where Russia may attempt to undermine NATO.
For almost four decades, the ground water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina was polluted with a toxic chemical used to degrease metal parts, dry clean clothes and even decaffeinate coffee.
In the years since, Marines and others based at Lejeune during at least ten of those years have developed Parkinson’s disease — a neurological disorder associated with exposure to that chemical — at a rate 70% higher than service members at other installations , according to a study funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs and published May 15 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The government has long known that the drinking water at Camp Lejeune was contaminated with trichloroethylene (TCE) as well as tetrachloroethylene (PCE) and other chemicals from 1953 until 1987.
“Wells that provided water to the base during this period were contaminated by on-base sources, including leaking underground storage tanks, industrial spills, and waste disposal sites (largely TCE) and an off-base dry cleaning businesses (largely PCE),” wrote the authors of the study.
Libya’s eastern-based parliament has voted to suspend its appointed Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha, and assign his finance minister Osama Hamada to his duties.
Parliament spokesperson Abdullah Belhaiq announced the suspension of Bashagha, who is a rival to the prime minister of the UN-recognised Government of National Unity (GNU), on Tuesday.
Hypersonic missiles and nuclear weapons will get top priority when the House Armed Services committee’s strategic forces panel finally gets to mark up the 2024 defense-policy bill, according to the subcommittee’s chairman.
HASC markups are on hold while GOP lawmakers seek federal budget cuts by threatening to force the U.S. renege on its debts.
Rep. Doug Lamborn, a Republican whose district is based in Colorado Springs, said his biggest concern ahead of the markup, which was supposed to kick off on Thursday, is the top-line number.
Lamborn said he’s “disappointed” the defense policy bill is delayed but “understands” why Congress needs to concentrate on the debt ceiling first.
Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi announced that his country is considering opening a NATO liaison office, demonstrating that Tokyo is deepening its ties with the US and becoming more hostile to China and Russia. Tokyo’s rapprochement with NATO would strengthen the anti-China/Russia alliance and advance the US plans to create a NATO-styled organisation in the Far East.
“We are already in discussions, but no details (have been) finalised yet,” Hayashi said on May 10.
He specifically referenced Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine as something with repercussions far beyond Europe’s borders that made Japan rethink regional security.
“The reason why we are discussing about this is that since the aggression by Russia to Ukraine, the world (has) become more unstable,” he claimed. “Something happening in East Europe is not only confined to the issue in East Europe, and that affects directly the situation here in the Pacific. That’s why a cooperation between us in East Asia and NATO (is) becoming … increasingly important.”
In September 2022, President Biden released an Executive Order on Advancing Biotechnology. Then, In March 2023, he released a document entitled Bold Goals for U.S. Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing, outlining specific areas of focus in this bioengineering manifesto.
The goals in these documents sound very nice. They’re all about using new technology to fight climate change, increase the food supply, cure diseases, and strengthen national security by increasing domestic manufacturing.
Is that really the goal?
However, I believe that these goals will be used to grab land from existing farmers and ranchers. Farmers and ranchers need to turn a profit to pay taxes on their land; as actions are taken to achieve these goals all but the largest will be driven out of business. This will occur via a combination of oppressive regulations in the name of climate change, and lawsuits regarding patent-protected crops.
This probably sounds a little crazy, but the crazy people have been getting a lot right lately. Let’s look at these documents and see what they actually contain. Then we’ll look at what this actually means for people involved in food production and some of the precedents that have already been set.
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman urged Congress Tuesday to establish regulations for artificial intelligence, admitting that the technology 'could go quite wrong.'
Lawmakers grilled the CEO for five hours, stressing that ChatGPT and other models could reshape 'human history' for better or worse, likening it to either the printing press or the atomic bomb.
Altman, who looked flushed and wide-eyed during the exchange over the future AI could create, admitted his 'worst fears' are that 'significant harm' could be caused to the world using his technology.
'If this technology goes wrong, it could go quite wrong, and we want to be vocal about that. We want to work with the government to prevent that from happening,' he continued.
On October 20, 2022, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted unanimously to include mRNA COVID-19 vaccines on the list of routine immunizations for adults and children 6 months and older. This sent young mothers and fathers into a panic since previously ACIP had been trusted as an advisor to pediatricians. Parents knew babies were not a risk for serious COVID-19 outcomes. They were concerned the vaccines were genetic, long-lasting, produced the harmful Wuhan Spike protein, and had no long-term safety testing. If the shots were given on schedule every six months it meant a massive exposure to a brand new genetic biotechnology. This development has prompted so many parents to ask me about the necessity and the safety of the entire ACIP routine schedule. Conversely, they want to know: is it OK to go “natural” in the first year of life with no vaccines taken?
Every uncompromised world politician and citizen of the world, who against great odds, have kept themselves informed and abreast of the complicated historical geo-politics that exists in Ukraine, already know what can only be the ultimate outcome of the war in Ukraine. Especially if they’ve kept themselves informed and abreast over the past nine years since the American Government’s Neo-Con-led Coup of 2014, as well as, the failed attempts ever since by the world’s powers, with the Minsk II Accords Normandy Format and the Steinmeir Formula, to stop the slaughter of ethnic and Russian-speaking Russians in the Donbas by Nazi-led Ukrainians and other fascists in the Western World.
Those who still possesses: even half a brain that hasn’t already been totally propagandized, and still possess the ability to honestly engage within themselves and others, capable of a similar modicum of independent thought and critically thinking powers, with what the only possible outcome can be to the ultimate conclusion of the war in Ukraine, and why it is that no other exit strategy from the war has ever been proposed, other than the total defeat of Russia. Clearly, his war is THE BIG ONE for the whole ball of empire-building wax in the 21st century and beyond.
President Biden and his worldwide Neo-Con allies and fascist Corporate Wall Street backers already know this and have no intention whatsoever of ever relenting to some half-ass measure through what they deem ‘bullshit’ negotiations to peacefully end the war; the outcome of which, if ever fairly arrived at, will clearly favor the Russians and those in the West who still can think clearly and independently about the most logical, most favorable conclusion to the war for all concerned. Until then, the murdering mayhem will only continue until Biden, the Neo-Cons in his Administration and war mongering NATO allies, can find the appropriate moment or favorable excuse to finally pull the plug on their deceitful, duplicitous proxy war, and then it’s, “Bombs Away!”
Charron said: ‘When it comes to the battery life of laptops - it’s also vital to use the battery or you’ll lose it.’
Leaving a laptop plugged in all the time degrades the battery over time, he warned - as does letting it completely run out of batteries. .
Charron said, ‘To extend your battery's lifespan, try to unplug your laptop and let it discharge to about 20 percent at least once a month.’
There are also settings on both Mac and Windows that can help to extend battery life, he said.
He said: ‘It’s best to charge your laptop battery to 20 - 80 percent, and keep it there.'
An FBI surveillance contractor infiltrated the chatrooms of two airline industry groups opposed to vaccine mandates to collect intelligence on the groups’ organizing activities, investigative journalist Lee Fang reported.
The contractor, Flashpoint, which in the past infiltrated Islamic terror groups, now focuses on “anti-vaccine” groups and other domestic political organizations, according to Fang.
In a webinar presentation for clients last year, which Fang analyzed on his Substack, Flashpoint analyst Vlad Cuiujuclu demonstrated his company’s methods for identifying and entering encrypted Telegram chat groups.
He explained how the company attempted to join chatrooms of transportation workers resisting the COVID-19 vaccine mandates.