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Breaking: Kevin McCarthy ousted as speaker of the House in historic vote --Votes by Democrats and GOP rebels led by Matt Gaetz combine to oust McCarthy | 3 Oct 2023 | Lawmakers have voted to oust Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., from his leadership role, the first time in the history of the House of Representatives that the chamber voted to boot a member from the top job. Eight Republicans voted with every present Democrat to vacate the speaker's chair. The final vote was 216 to 210 in favor of McCarthy's ouster. Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., introduced a measure against McCarthy known as a motion to vacate on Monday night, accusing him of breaking promises he made to win the speaker's gavel in January.

House votes to oust McCarthy as speaker, first time in U.S. history --House Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries said his party's leadership would support the motion to vacate the speakership | 3 Oct 2023 | The GOP-led House of Representatives voted Tuesday in favor of Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz's effort to remove House Speaker Kevin McCarthy from his position. The motion to vacate is an up or down vote of yea, nay or present. Many Democrats voted in favor of removing McCarthy along with 7 conservative Republicans. Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), regarded as a moderate Republican from a purple district, also voted to remove. The final vote count is 216 in favor and 210 against. Members including former House Speaker Nanci Pelosi did not vote.  Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla) made the motion to table the effort but it failed. House Democrats voted with a small group of conservatives against tabling the motion in a 208 to 218 vote.

Breaking: New York Judge Engoron Issues Gag Order in Trump Fraud Trial | 3 Oct 2023 | Far-left New York Judge Arthur Engoron on Tuesday issued a gag order in the fraud trial against President Trump. President Trump on Tuesday delivered brief remarks to the press before he entered the courtroom. Trump blasted New York Attorney General Letitia James as a fraud. "This trial is a rigged trial, it's a fraudulent trial. The Attorney General is a fraud and we have to expose her as that," Trump said of the non-jury trial.

Hunter Biden pleads not guilty to federal firearms charges --The appearance comes as House Republicans ramp up their impeachment inquiry into President [sic] Biden. | 3 Oct 2023 | Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty to federal firearms charges on Tuesday at a Delaware-based federal court during his arraignment, which marked the first time a sitting president's child has appeared to fight criminal charges in court. Joe Biden's son entered the not guilty plea before Magistrate Judge Christopher Burke on three charges after he allegedly made a false statement on a federal gun form and illegally owned a firearm while using illegal drugs. The plea was expected, per a court filing last month from Biden's attorney Abbe Lowell. Burke also said at the hearing that Hunter Biden has continued to pass the drug tests that were administered. Another trial date has not been set. Last month Burke rejected Biden's request to appear virtually for the first hearing in the case, requiring the first son to travel from his home in California to Wilmington, Delaware, to face the charges.

General Mike Flynn Warns 2024 May Be the Last Election We Have as a Republic | 3 Oct 2023 | Lt. General Michael Flynn warned the American people, and particularly the leaders of the GOP, that the upcoming 2024 election might be the last chance to preserve the Republic as we know it. In a post on X, Flynn urgently appealed to Republican Governors and politicians to unite behind former President Donald Trump for the preservation of American democracy and freedom. "Every Republican Governor running for POTUS (or not) and all others have to put their egos aside and swallow their pride and get behind Donald Trump immediately. Otherwise, we risk 2024 being the last election to maintain our Republic." Flynn went on to say, "Never in US history have we seen such a domestic assault on the fabric of our democracy, with external support from outside dark forces (not a conspiracy theory)."

Texas congressman Henry Cuellar carjacked at gunpoint in Washington, D.C. --Three men carjacked the congressman at gunpoint while he was parking his car in the district's Navy Yard neighborhood, Cuellar's chief of staff said | 3 Oct 2023 | U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, was the victim of an armed carjacking Monday night in Washington, D.C., Fox News Digital confirmed. The longtime Democratic congressman was in the Navy Yard neighborhood when the incident took place at about 9:30 p.m., according to U.S. Capitol Police. The agency, along with Metropolitan Police Department, responded to the scene at New Jersey Avenue and K Street Southeast. The entire block is closed off as police investigate. Police are searching for three suspects, described as Black men wearing all black clothing, in connection with the carjacking, MPD said in an alert. Cuellar's stolen vehicle, a white Honda CHR, has since been recovered.

Unearthed Strategic Plan Unveils Army Corps of Engineers' Goal to Force DEI Onto Service Members | 29 Sept 2023 | A strategic plan produced by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) reveals how the branch intends to force neo-Marxism onto its members over the next three fiscal years. Titled "USACE Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility (DEIA) Strategic Plan," the 27-page document obtained by The Federalist outlines how USACE plans to inject DEIA into the branch over the next three years (2023-2026). According to Lt. Gen. Scott Spellmon, USACE's commanding general, the plan was crafted to comply with Executive Order 14035, a directive issued by Joe Biden in June 2021 mandating federal agencies adopt DEI throughout their respective workforces. For context, DEIA, or DEI, is a divisive ideology that dismisses merit and discriminates based on features such as skin color and sexual orientation.


Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Remdesivir Manufacturer Over Alleged Deceptive Practices | 30 Sept 2023 | The company that manufactures remdesivir, used across the United States to treat COVID-19, has been hit with a class-action lawsuit over allegations it deceptively promoted the drug without disclosing possible side effects. Two California residents, one of whom is a relative of a person who died after receiving remdesivir, lodged the suit against Gilead Sciences in Shasta County on Sept. 26. Deborah Fust, the surviving spouse of Michael Fust, and Edward Pimentel, who says he was injured after receiving remdesivir, are accusing California-based Gilead of failing to mention documented side effects in its promotion of remdesivir. "It's a terrible drug. The nonprofit has thousands of members who have the hospital records, and you can see there's a big difference in the creatinine levels and the blood levels, kidney readings after they get the remdesivir," Bradford Geyer, an attorney with Former Feds Group who is representing the plaintiffs, told The Epoch Times.

Scientists 'shocked' and 'alarmed' at what's in the mRNA shots | 25 Sept 2023 | Early in 2023, genomics scientist Kevin McKernan made an accidental discovery. While running an experiment in his Boston lab, McKernan used some vials of mRNA Pfizer and Moderna Covid vaccines as controls. He was "shocked" to find that they were allegedly contaminated with tiny fragments of plasmid DNA. McKernan, who has 25 years of experience in his field, ran the experiment again, confirming that the vials contained up to, in his opinion, 18-70 times more DNA contamination than the legal limits allowed by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In particular, McKernan was alarmed to find the presence of an SV40 promoter in the Pfizer vaccine vials. This is a sequence that is "...used to drive DNA into the nucleus, especially in gene therapies," McKernan explains. This is something that regulatory agencies around the world have specifically said is not possible with the mRNA vaccines.

Senate passes stopgap measure in 88-9 vote, averting shutdown with three hours to spare | 30 Sept 2023 | The U.S. Senate approved a stopgap spending measure to avert a government shutdown with just three hours to spare in a Saturday night vote. The final vote was 88-9. The House passed the short-term spending bill to fund the government for another 45 days Saturday afternoon. The bill, also known as a continuing resolution (CR), passed the House 335 to 91, and caused lawmakers to break out into applause amid the pressure of a shutdown. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) set up a roll call shortly after 8 p.m. on Saturday night. The Senate needed 60 yeas to pass the bill. The fiscal year ends at midnight on Oct. 1. Had the Senate rejected the bill to extend funding past midnight, nonessential government programs would have paused and thousands of federal employees would have been furloughed. [Here are the nine Republicans that voted against the measure: Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.), Mike Braun (Ind.), Ted Cruz (Texas), Bill Hagerty (Tenn.), Mike Lee (Utah), Roger Marshall (Kansas), Rand Paul (Ky.), Eric Schmitt (Mo.) and J.D. Vance (Ohio).]

House Passes 45-Day Stopgap Funding Bill, Sending Measure to Senate Hours Before Shutdown Deadline | 30 Sept 2023 | The House of Representatives approved a stopgap funding bill that will avert a government shutdown at midnight tonight if adopted by the Senate and signed by Joe Biden. The bill extends federal funding at the current rate for 45 days. It also includes money for disaster relief and a reauthorization of FAA funding. While the bill continues existing support for Ukraine, it does not include additional funding for that war effort, which Democrats and some Republicans favor. House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) pleaded for more time to consider the 70-page continuing resolution (CR)...Other Democrats found fault with the bill for omitting additional funding for the war effort in Ukraine. Yet enough Democrats joined the effort to reach the two-thirds majority needed to pass the bill under a suspension of House rules. The final tally was 335–91.

MTG and other GOP Reps call on DOJ to prosecute Bowman with law used to prosecute J6 defendants | 30 Sept 2023 | Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene called on the Department of Justice Saturday to prosecute Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman for pulling the fire alarm and interrupting official proceedings Saturday. "Democrat Rep. Jamaal Bowman pulled the fire alarm in the Cannon building this afternoon and interrupted the official proceedings of the House as Republicans worked to keep the government open," Greene wrote on X. "I'm calling on the DOJ to prosecute him using the same law they used to prosecute J6 defendants for interfering with an official proceeding," she continued. "The Democrats literally will do anything to shut OUR government down because billions aren't going to their favorite country: Ukraine." Bowman is currently under investigation for allegedly pulling the fire alarm Saturday during votes for a resolution on U.S. government spending. He allegedly did it to interrupt the ongoing proceedings and to delay a vote.

Progressive 'Squad' Democrat accused of pulling fire alarm amid tense shutdown talks --Bowman is being questioned by Capitol Police, sources said | 30 Sept 2023 | Progressive Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., pulled a fire alarm in one of the House of Representatives' three office buildings amid a chaotic morning as lawmakers scrambled to avert a likely government shutdown, the House Administration Committee said. Committee Chair Bryan Steil, R-Wis., said the matter is being investigated now. Sources told Fox News and Fox News Digital that Bowman is being questioned by the Capitol Police's criminal investigation unit. "Rep. Jamal Bowman pulled a fire alarm in Cannon this morning. An investigation into why it was pulled is underway," Steil said in a statement.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Planning to Announce Independent Run | 29 Sept 2023 | 2024 presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. plans to announce he will run as an independent on October 9 in Pennsylvania, Mediaite has learned. Kennedy's campaign machine is now planning "attack ads" against the Democratic National Committee in order to "pave the way" for his announcement in Philadelphia about running as an independent, according to a text reviewed by Mediaite. "Bobby feels that the DNC is changing the rules to exclude his candidacy so an independent run is the only way to go," a Kennedy campaign insider told Mediaite... The New York Times reported last week that he met with the chair of the Libertarian Party, raising the prospect of a departure from the party that decades ago became synonymous with his family name.

Biden challengers nearly nonexistent in Google results | 29 Sept 2023 | Republican presidential candidates' websites are practically nonexistent in generic Google searches for the party's 2024 bench, and not much better for the most viable primary challenger to Democratic President [sic] Biden, according to tests by a watchdog and Just the News. For the conservative Media Research Center and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), it's unmistakable evidence of Google's bias for the incumbent just as primary voters are seeking more information about the candidates on the debate stage. "Google is either the most incompetent search engine on the planet, or it is intentional. This is not a coincidence," MRC Free Speech America Vice President Dan Schneider said in the group's analysis of its Sept. 20 and 25 tests, published hours before Wednesday's televised GOP presidential debate. For search engine optimization (SEO) researcher Eric Goldman, co-director of Santa Clara University's High Tech Law Institute, "[o]ne of the least likely explanations is that Google is hacking these results to steer the election."

GOP rebels, Dems sink House stopgap funding bill less than 48 hours before likely government shutdown --The final vote saw 21 Republicans voting to kill the bill | 29 Sept 2023 | A group of GOP hardliners joined Democrats in sinking House Republicans' stopgap funding bill on Friday, significantly raising the chances of a government shutdown happening over the weekend. A procedural vote to advance the bill passed earlier in the day, but final passage failed on an 198 to 232 vote. Twenty-one Republicans [heroes] voted against it, including Reps. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla.; Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga.; and Nancy Mace, R-S.C., among others. Federal government funding expires at the end of the day on Sept. 30. If the House and Senate can't strike a deal by then, a partial shutdown threatens to force all federal functions deemed "nonessential" to grind to a halt. [But, as it's "America last," weapons still flow to Ukraine - despite the shut-down.] A government shutdown is all but assured now with no agreement on a short-term spending patch. The Senate is working on its own CR which would extend current funding levels for 45 days and [insanely] include additional funding for Ukraine aid and U.S. disaster relief.

Rep. Comer to Subpoena Bank Records of Hunter, James Biden, Their Affiliated Companies | 28 Sept 2023 | House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) announced on Sept. 28 that he will subpoena the bank records of Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, and the president's brother, James Biden, and their affiliated companies. The announcement came at the conclusion of an hours-long committee hearing about the basis for an impeachment inquiry into President [sic] Biden allegedly being involved in his son's business dealings, which have included overseas work, including in China. James Biden is allegedly tied to Hunter Biden's business affairs. "The witnesses today have all identified the evidence the committee has uncovered as deserving further inquiry," said Mr. Comer. "And that is what this committee will do, no matter where that evidence leads. I want to thank the witnesses for their testimony today."

Hunter Biden received $250K wires originating in Beijing with beneficiary address listed as Joe Biden's home --Money came from Hunter's China-backed business partners | 26 Sept 2023 | Hunter Biden received wires that originated in Beijing for more than $250,000 from Chinese business partners during the summer of 2019 -- wires that listed the Delaware home of Joe Biden as the beneficiary address for the funds, Fox News Digital has learned from a congressional committee. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., has been investigating the Biden family business dealings and Joe Biden's alleged involvement in those ventures. As part of the investigation, Comer subpoenaed financial records related to a specific bank account and received records of two wires originating from Beijing and linked to BHR Partners. BHR Partners is a joint-venture between Hunter Biden's Rosemont Seneca and Chinese investment firm Bohai Capital. BHR Partners is a Beijing-backed private equity firm controlled by Bank of China Limited. Hunter Biden reportedly sat on the board of directors of BHR Partners.

Signatories of Hunter Biden laptop letter get plum jobs after pumping disinformation into election | 23 Sept 2023 | While the American public was misinformed about Hunter Biden's laptop in a 2020 letter signed by former intelligence officials -- who used their job titles to add credibility to their claims -- some of them have since landed plum jobs, including working with the federal government. Just weeks before the 2020 presidential election, 51 ex-high ranking intelligence officials signed a letter insinuating the Hunter Biden laptop was "Russian disinformation" after The New York Post reported on the laptop days earlier... Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) told the Just the News, No Noise TV show on Wednesday that the 51 signatories of the laptop letter shouldn’t be employed by the federal government again."[E]very last one of those individuals should lose their security clearance," Johnson said. "None of them should ever be hired, work for, or paid by the United States government. And what this indicates is literally how deep and corrupt the deep state truly is. They are so brazen that they have no shame."

Canada under fire for giving 'literal Nazi' who fought with Waffen-SS a standing ovation in parliament during Zelensky visit | 24 Sept 2023 | Canadian Jewish organizations and social media critics are slamming the Canadian Parliament for giving a man who fought for the Nazis a standing ovation during an event featuring Ukrainian President [deranged WEF-installed dictator] Volodymyr Zelensky's visit to the country. "FSWC is appalled that Canada's Parliament gave a standing ovation to a Ukrainian veteran who served in a Nazi military unit during the Second World War implicated in the mass murder of Jews and others. An apology and explanation is owed," the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Canadian nonprofit dedicated to educating people on the Holocaust, wrote on X. Video and photos show the Canadian Parliament erupted into cheers on Friday during Zelensky's visit to the country's capital of Ottawa, when Canadian lawmakers also honored Yaroslav Hunka, a 98-year-old Ukrainian immigrant who fought for the First Ukrainian Division, according to the Toronto Star. That division was also known as the Waffen-SS Galicia Division, which fought for the Nazis as its paramilitary arm under the Schutzstaffel organization, according to the outlet.

Arizona governor mysteriously steps down for one day --Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee announced that she would step in as acting governor | 28 Sept 2023 | On Wednesday evening, the Arizona treasurer announced that she will be serving as acting governor beginning later this evening until mid-morning tomorrow amid a mysterious disappearance of [the unelected] Gov. Katie Hobbs. In a press release on X, formerly known as Twitter, Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee announced her brief tenure as acting governor, saying that she is "pleased to step in this role." The Republican state treasurer noted that during her less than 24-hours as acting governor she would refrain from confirming the thirteen agencies that still hold vacancies and wait for the Democratic governor to fill them upon her return.

Sussexes gag kids: Harry and Meghan's aides tried to GAG teachers and pupils as young as 5 at school where they filmed for their Netflix show | 23 Sept 2023 | Aides for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex tried to gag teachers and pupils as young as five at a school used in their Netflix show. Advisers for their Archewell foundation demanded the school sign a clause banning anyone from making negative comments. This also related to any social media posts "now or in the future." Harry and Meghan [aka Megain] went to Public School 123 -- among the poorest in New York -- in 2021, where Meghan read from her children's book The Bench. Reports at the time stated Meghan wore a £5,000 suit and Cartier jewellery at the school -- where 95 per cent of kids are officially classed as in economic hardship. Requests under freedom of information rules reveal the lengths Archewell advisors went to protect the couple's image.

Insane in the membrane: 95-year-old veteran kicked out of nursing home to make way for housing for illegal migrants, lawmakers say --95-year-old Frank Tammaro blasted handling of the situation as 'disgraceful' | 26 Sept 2023 | A 95-year-old Korean War veteran said he was given less than two months' notice to figure out where he was going to live after the nursing home he resided in was sold to become a facility for undocumented illegal migrants. Veteran Frank Tammaro joined Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, R-N.Y., a vocal critic of New York City's handling of the migrant crisis, at a press conference on Monday to discuss the reported deal. "The thing I'm annoyed about is how they did it, it was very disgraceful what they did to the people in Island Shores," Tammaro said, referencing the assisted living facility he was in. "My blood pressure went through the roof when I found out Homes for the Homeless cut a deal with the City of New York to turn Island Shores into a migrant shelter," the GOP lawmaker said.

Illegal migrants plant foreign flag on Texas island in Rio Grande as border crisis grows --The flag, which resembled the Colombian flag, was planted on an island in Eagle Pass, Texas | 25 Sept 2023 | Migrants illegally in the United States briefly tried to claim an island in Texas by plating a foreign flag, which was quickly taken down, authorities said. The flag, which resembles the Colombian flag, was planted on the small island near Eagle Pass, Texas which borders the Rio Grande and has seen its fair share of migrants trying to enter the U.S. and apply for asylum. The island was designated by the Texas General Land Office but taken over by the Texas Department of Public Safety right after the expiration of Title 42, a Trump-era public health order, in May, DPS Lt. Chris Olivarez told Fox News Digital.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Passes Away at 90 | 29 Sept 2023 | Sen. Dianne Feinstein has passed away at 90-years-old. Feinstein remained in office at the time of her death despite years of calls for her to resign from both sides of the aisle. The California Democrat was in her sixth term, holding the office since 1992. "Her career was one of many firsts. She was the first woman president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the first woman mayor of San Francisco, and one of two of the first women elected to the U.S. Senate from California,” ABC News reported.

Biden's dog, Commander, bites Secret Service officer in 11th recorded incident --Commander, a purebred German shepherd, bit Secret Service officer around 8 pm Monday | 26 Sept 2023 | Joe Biden's dog, Commander, bit yet another Secret Service agent on White House grounds Monday, the Secret Service confirmed to Fox News. This incident marks the 11th known incident of Commander biting White House or Secret Service personnel. The officer was treated by medical personnel, a U.S. Secret Service (USSS) spokesperson confirmed. [That dog is a menace to everyone around him - much like Biden himself.]

New proposals to bring back grizzly bears in the North Cascades --A grizzly hasn't been seen in the region since the 1990s. | 28 Sept 2023 | Grizzly bears could get another chance at returning to Washington's North Cascades, under a framework two federal agencies unveiled on Thursday. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and National Park Service released a set of options to bring the animals back into the area -- a wild expanse of glaciated peaks, dense forests, and rushing streams and rivers. Grizzlies once roamed the region's rugged terrain but were decimated by hunting throughout the twentieth century and none are known to be living there now. Plans to reintroduce the bears are not final. They're described in a 303-page draft restoration plan and environmental impact statement, which the agencies are seeking public input on before moving ahead.


If your head isn't exploding, you aren't paying attention: Pentagon exempts Ukraine operations from potential government shutdown --Training of Ukrainian solders, weapons shipments would continue as Americans would go without services | 22 Sept 2023 | The Pentagon will exempt its Ukraine operations from a potential shutdown if lawmakers can't agree on a deal to fund the government by the end of the month, allowing key training and other activities [billions in weapons to foment WWIII] in support of Kiev's forces to move ahead uninterrupted, according to a Defense Department spokesperson. Washington is more resigned to the looming government shutdown every day. As the Sept. 30 deadline approaches, congressional leaders showed little progress this week in moving a stopgap funding bill to avert that scenario. The House was in chaos on Thursday as a group of GOP hardliners tanked a vote that could have offered a path to fund the government. The move means that the U.S. military’s activities related to the war, such as training of Ukrainian soldiers on American tactics and equipment, as well as shipments of weapons to Kyiv, will continue despite any potential shutdown.

McCarthy vows to strip Ukraine money from Pentagon bill after Greene 'no' vote | 22 Sept 2023 | Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) announced Friday that he will strip funding for Ukraine out of a Pentagon spending bill after Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) joined conservatives in blocking the legislation from advancing earlier this week. McCarthy said he would remove the $300 million for Ukraine currently in the Pentagon appropriations bill and hold a separate vote on the funding. "It would be out and voted on by itself," McCarthy said when asked about the Ukraine aid in the Pentagon appropriations bill. The Speaker's announcement comes one day after a band of five conservatives opposed a procedural vote for the Pentagon appropriations bill, sinking the effort and preventing the legislation from moving forward. It was the second time this week that hard-liners blocked the funding bill from advancing.

U.S. Spy Plane Flew Near Crimea During Ukraine Missile Attack | 22 Sept 2023 | At the time of the missile attack, a US Navy Boeing P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft was in the area of the Black Sea coast. The reconnaissance aircraft was circling the area for about two days prior to the attack. Aircarft of this type are regularly stationed off the Crimean coast, along with RQ-4 Global Hawk high-altitude reconnaissance planes and US Air Force E-3A Sentry long-range radar detection aircraft. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) code of the aircraft is AE683C. In addition, the same reconnaissance aircraft was noticed over the Barents Sea on September 18 and over the Baltic Sea near Russia's Kaliningrad Region on September 19 and 21.

Ukraine to get first US tank deliveries next week - Biden --Biden also announced a new aid package to Kiev, but it didn't include long-range ATACMS missiles | 22 Sept 2023 | Joe Biden announced that the first American Abrams M1 tanks would reach Ukraine within days as he met with his Ukrainian counterpart, Vladimir Zelensky, at the White House. “Next week, the first US Abrams tanks will be delivered in Ukraine,” Biden promised after the talks on Thursday. The US leader said he had also “approved the next tranche of security assistance” for Kiev. The Pentagon later valued the package at $325 million, saying it includes air defenses, ammunition for HIMARS multiple rocket launchers, anti-tank weapons, and artillery rounds.

Journalist Jack Posobiec added to infamous Ukrainian 'kill list' | 18 Sept 2023 | Human Events Senior Editor and host of Human Events Daily Jack Posobiec has been added to an infamous Ukrainian "kill list" that has also targeted Tucker Carlson, Elon Musk, and Glenn Greenwald in the past. The list, called "Myrovorets," which translates roughly to "Peacemaker," calls for retribution against perceived enemies of Ukraine. The list refers to Posobiec as an "anti-Ukrainian propagandist" and "provocateur." In response to the threat, Posobiec said, "After the collapse of his counteroffensive, Zelensky's biggest threat isn't me, it's his own intelligence services. Hope you don't get put on the CIA's Early Retirement Plan, Volod. Drop the receipts on the Bidens and we'll find you a nice McMansion in Sarasota." "Ukraine has added Human Events host and conservative US influencer Jack Posobiec to their 'Myrovorets' hitlist. The list also includes slain Russian journalist Darya Dugina (now "liquidated") and briefly included Elon Musk" Ian Miles Cheong posted on X.

House conservatives sink vote on advancing Pentagon funding bill | 19 Sept 2023 | Hard-line conservatives in the House sank a procedural vote on a Pentagon funding bill Tuesday, a significant setback for Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). Five Republicans joined Democrats in voting against the rule for the appropriations bill, bringing the final vote to 212-214 -- short of the majority support needed. The conservative opposition -- Reps. Dan Bishop (N.C.), Ralph Norman (S.C.), Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Matt Rosendale (Mont.) and Ken Buck (Colo.) -- prevents the House from debating the legislation on the floor and, subsequently, voting on whether to pass it. The failed vote came hours after House GOP leadership pulled a procedural vote on the conference's proposal for a short-term funding bill amid opposition from conservatives -- another setback for McCarthy.

Zelensky met with Larry Fink of BlackRock and had secret NYC meeting with private equity bosses at JPMorgan, Google and Blackstone to discuss rebuilding Ukraine | 20 Sept 2023 | Volodymyr Zelensky attended a secret roundtable in New York City with the nation's top financiers, including private equity bosses at JPMorgan, Google and Blackstone to discuss rebuilding war-torn Ukraine. The meeting was hosted by the nation's largest bank, JPMorgan, on Wednesday evening, and included Google CEO Eric Schmidt, billionaire Mike Bloomberg, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman. The former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and billionaire Barry Sternlicht were also in attendance, sources told CNN. Hours earlier, Zelensky met with Larry Fink, CEO of the world's largest asset manager BlackRock to discuss how to attract US private sector money for the rebuilding effort, According Fox News. Zelensky is scheduled to meet with Joe Biden [another WEF-installed dirt-bag] later this week to discuss US aid to Ukraine.

DHS Approved Hundreds of Thousands of Migrants for Secretive Foreign Flights Directly Into U.S. Airports, New Records Show | 21 Sep 2023 | A little-known part of the Biden administration's CBP One parole program permits inadmissible aliens to make an appointment to fly directly to airports in the interior of the United States, bypassing the border altogether. Partial data on the program, just obtained by the Center for immigration Studies pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act request, reveals that more than 200,000 people from four countries have used this direct-flight and parole program over the past year. ...One of the least noticed, mysterious, and potentially the most controversial of the new re-channeling programs that use the CBP One app allows migrants to take commercial passenger flights from foreign countries straight to their American cities of choice, flying right over the border -- and even over Mexico. For this measure, Cubans, Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, Haitians, and Colombians -- while they are still in countries south of Mexico -- request "advance travel authorizations" through the same CBP One mobile app and take commercial flights (“at their own expense”) directly into U.S. airports, where U.S. Customs officers parole them into the nation, sight unseen, and in numbers publicly unknown. Here, migrants flying directly into America go uncounted in the monthly Border Patrol tallies, unnoticed, and without media inquiry, virtually all information about it almost hermetically sealed. But records obtained by the Center for Immigration Studies as part of ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation against U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) show these migrant flights have brought significant numbers of migrants into U.S. cities over most of the past year...The records show that between late October 2022 and mid-September 2023, the administration approved a total of 221,456 Venezuelans, Haitians, Cubans, and Nicaraguans for "travel mode: air" into still-unspecified interior U.S. ports.

Nine-Eleven by Hibbeler Productions - Full Documentary Posted by Pirate Pete. | 20 Sept 2023 | Controlled demolition is only part of the story...DEWs were used to turn the buildings to dust as the collapsed. There should have been 13 floors of debris left over from the 110 floors that came down. There wasn't enough debris piled up (less than three stories); therefore, the DEWs used dustified the buildings. (Video)

U.S. will again offer free at-home Covid tests starting Monday | 20 Sept 2023 | The Biden regime on Wednesday said it will resume offering free at-home Covid tests to American households Monday as the virus gains a stronger foothold nationwide. Americans will soon be able to use to request four free tests, the administration said in a release. The government had offered free test kits through that website since January 2022, but the site stopped taking orders June 1 of this year to conserve supplies of the tests. The government is relaunching the program in time for the fall and winter when the virus typically spreads at higher levels. Covid hospitalizations have already increased for eight straight weeks -- an uptick primarily driven by newer strains of the virus. [Translation: it's election season, and the fear needs to be ramped up so mail-in ballots can be used once again, to rig another "election."]

FDA Refuses to Change Anti-Ivermectin Statements After Court Ruling --Anti-ivermectin statements made by the FDA are not being changed, even after an appeals court ruled against the agency. | 17 Sept 2023 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is refusing to change its statements against ivermectin, even after a court said it acted outside of its authority when it told people to stop using it to treat COVID-19. The U.S. appeals court said that the FDA's statements, including one telling people to "stop" using ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment, went beyond the authority conferred on the agency by Congress. "FDA can inform, but it has identified no authority allowing it to recommend consumers 'stop' taking medicine," U.S. Circuit Judge Don Willett wrote in the Sept. 1 ruling. Two weeks later, FDA social media posts and a key webpage remain unchanged.

More Hospitals Across the U.S. Are Bringing Back Mask Mandates | 18 Sept 2023 | A handful of hospitals in multiple states announced this week that COVID-19 mask mandates will be reimplemented as officials cite an increase in COVID-19 cases. On Sept. 15, the Baystate Health system in Massachusetts announced that it would require masks for anyone entering patient rooms or patient care areas. That includes doctors, nurses, visitors, and patients, it said. Also on Sept. 15, the University of Chicago Medical Center in Illinois told CBS Chicago and other local media that mask mandates will be in effect for workers who are in direct contact with patients... In Pennsylvania, Mount Nittany Health stated on Sept. 14 that it would mandate that employees wear masks while engaging with patients. The mandate will run until Sept. 29, according to a news release cited by a local outlet, and it doesn't include a mandate for visitors or patients.

Congress to release new evidence, testimony in Biden case to back up IRS whistleblowers | 21 Sept 2023 | The chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee tells Just the News he plans to soon make public new testimony that corroborates IRS whistleblowers' accounts of interference in the Hunter Biden probe and new evidence to support the nascent impeachment inquiry against Joe Biden. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Jason Smith (R-Mo.) said Thursday his panel will hold a vote to make the new information available, including testimonies from two IRS agents who back the accounts of whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler about slow-walking and interference in the Hunter Biden tax case. "We had witnesses that we subpoenaed in the last two weeks that we've interviewed -- two IRS whistleblowers that came forward," Smith told the Just the News, No Noise TV show. "And guess what? They confirmed what Mr. Shapley and Mr. Ziegler had said. These witnesses have not denied anything that our two IRS whistleblowers have said."

Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez facing indictment on bribery charges | 22 Sept 2023 | Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez is being charged with bribery offenses in a federal indictment out of the Southern District of New York to be unsealed Friday, prosecutors announced. "Today, I'm announcing that my office has obtained a three count indictment charging Senator Robert Menendez, his wife, Nadine Menendez, and three New Jersey businessmen, Wael Hana, Jose Uribe and Fred Daibes for bribery offenses, U.S. Attorney Damian Williams said at a press conference late Friday morning. NBC News 4 reported Monday that the FBI and IRS criminal investigators are attempting to determine if Menendez or his wife had taken up to $400,000 worth of gold bars from Fred Daibes, a New Jersey developer and former bank chairman, or his associates in a swap for Menendez reaching out to the Justice Department to aid the "admitted felon" accused of banking crimes.

UAW extends strike against U.S. automakers, 38 more facilities in 20 states --The 146,000-member union began its strike a week ago. | 22 Sept 2023 | The United Auto Workers union on Friday expanded its strike against major U.S. automakers, with workers walking out of 38 General Motors and Stellantis parts-distribution centers in 20 states. The 146,000-member union began its strike a week ago, with 13,000 members striking at Ford Motor Co.'s Michigan Assembly plant in Wayne; General Motors Co.'s Wentzville Assembly plant, in Missouri; and Stellantis NV's Jeep plant, in Toledo, Ohio, are all on strike. The expanded strike will result in roughly 5,600 more workers leaving the job.


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