Biden Admin to Punish Border Patrol Agents in Horseback Incident Involving Haitian Illegals Two Months After They Were Cleared of Charges

Biden Admin to Punish Border Patrol Agents in Horseback Incident Involving Haitian Illegals Two Months After They Were Cleared of Charges | 14 June 2022 | The Biden administration is going to punish the Border Patrol agents involved in the "whipping" incident with the Haitian illegals entering the U.S. two months after these same agents were cleared of wrongdoing. Back in April, it was reported that the border agents who were accused of "whipping" Haitian migrants last year have been completely cleared of all charges. At the time of the incident back in September 2021, Democrats and leftists in the media spread the fake claims in order to distract from the unfolding crisis on the border. The Washington Examiner reported: The Border Patrol is preparing to discipline agents whom Biden administration officials accused of "whipping" Haitian migrants while on horseback in Del Rio, Texas, last September, the Washington Examiner has learned. U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the federal agency that investigated the incident, will accuse the horse patrol agents of "administrative violations," according to a senior agency official who confirmed an earlier report from Fox News.

Republican Mayra Flores flips Texas House district red in special election

Republican Mayra Flores flips Texas House district red in special election --Flores will be the first Mexican-born congresswoman to serve in the House | 14 June 2022 | Republican Mayra Flores is projected to win a special election in Texas's 34th Congressional District, flipping a House seat after Rep. Filemon Vela, who held the seat for nearly 10 years, resigned in March and vacated the seat. Flores, who had 51% of the vote to Democratic candidate Dan Sanchez's 43% when The Associated Press called the race, will become the first Mexican-born congresswoman to serve in the House. Her family moved to the United States when she was six years old. Flores will finish out the remainder of Vela's term, which expires in January, and Republicans were eager to win the seat and gain new ground in the Lone Star State to represent the district that spans east of San Antonio with parts along the coast to Brownsville.

Democracy Dies of Democrats

Democracy Dies of Democrats By Jason Morgan | 10 June 2022 | (Opinion) "Democracy is under attack!" I wish I had a fiat nickel for every time I heard some variation of this panic-line these past half-dozen years. I don't have any fiat nickels left, alas. I spent them all at the local gas station. But I do have good news. Democracy is a political ideology. It's not something that you should want to save in the first place. We can all relax and wish democracy a speedy death. I know you've read [Hans-Hermann] Hoppe and [Murray] Rothbard. Democracy is a sham. It's the same old organized crime as governments of old, except under democracy you get to "vote" (LOL--cf. the 2020 "election") for the people who will rob you. So, be of good cheer, friends... It's not just that democrats can't debate and refuse to listen to other people's views. It's that democrats can't stop feeding lies to the general public. Why? Because democracy must be protected at all costs.

U.S. House passes a major wildlife conservation spending bill

U.S. House passes a major wildlife conservation spending bill | 14 June 2022 | A bill to conserve endangered species -- from the red-cockaded woodpecker to the snuffbox mussel -- was passed by the U.S. House in a 231-to-190 vote on Tuesday. The Recovering America's Wildlife Act would create an annual fund of more than $1.3 billion, given to states, territories, and tribal nations for wildlife conservation on the ground. While threatened species have been defined and protected under the Endangered Species Act since 1973, that law does not provide robust funding to proactively maintain their numbers. On Monday, the White House released a statement, saying it "strongly supports" the goals of the bill. Companion legislation in the Senate has 16 GOP co-sponsors.

China Uses COVID-19 Surveillance Technology to Stop Bank Protests

China Used COVID-19 Surveillance Technology to Stop Bank Protests | 14 June 2022 | China recently used its Orwellian COVID-19 surveillance technology to stop bank protests, in a show of what will come throughout the entire world if the technocratic globalists get their way. China cracked down on protests planned by hundreds of bank depositors in China who were hoping to grab their frozen funds by turning their health code apps from green to red. This restricted their ability to travel and effectively quashed the protest. China has blocked $178 million of deposits for two months, restricting the ability for companies to pay its workers and stopping Chinese citizens from being able to access their savings.

27 Dems voted against increased security for Supreme Court justices days after Kavanaugh threat

27 Dems voted against increased security for Supreme Court justices days after Kavanaugh threat --The Supreme Court Police Parity Act passed the Senate on a 100-0 vote last month | 14 June 2022 | The House passed a bill Tuesday to increase security for Supreme Court justices' immediate families, with 27 Democrats voting against, less than a week after a man was arrested for allegedly plotting to kill Justice Brett Kavanaugh. The bill that's now headed to Joe Biden's desk for final approval provides for 24-hour protection for Supreme Court justices' families, similar to what is already provided for some members of the executive and legislative branches. The House voted 396-27, approving a measure that had already been passed by unanimous consent in the Senate in May. All those who voted "no" on the Supreme Court Police Parity Act on Tuesday were Democrats.

Senate Republicans target Google with bill to stop Gmail from allegedly sending GOP political emails to spam

Senate Republicans target Google with bill to stop Gmail from allegedly sending GOP political emails to spam --Bill would ban email services from applying filtering algorithms to messages from federal political campaigns | 14 June 2022 | Sen. John Thune and more than 20 other Senate Republicans are introducing a bill to ban email providers from using algorithms to sort emails sent by federal political campaigns, as they tear into Google for alleged political bias. The bill from Thune, R-S.D., is a reaction to a study from North Carolina State University that found Gmail sends a much higher percentage of Republican candidates' emails to spam than Democrats... Called the Political BIAS Emails Act, the bill would ban email services from applying filtering algorithms to messages from federal political campaigns.

U.S. FDA advisers weigh Moderna COVID vaccine heart risk for young men

U.S. FDA advisers weigh Moderna COVID vaccine heart risk for young men --A comparison showed the risk of myocarditis and pericarditis in young males aged 18-39 was 1.1 to 1.5 times higher after the Moderna shot, the FDA said in its presentation, citing data from three U.S. vaccine safety databases. | 14 June 2022 | Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine may have a higher risk of heart inflammation in young men than the Pfizer/BioNTech shot, according to data presented on Tuesday to U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers weighing its use for those aged 6 to 17. An FDA official told the expert panel that while the data showed a higher risk for the Moderna shot, the findings were not consistent across various safety databases and were not statistically significant, meaning they might be due to chance.

WHO will rename Monkeypox over concerns of racism

WHO will rename Monkeypox over concerns of racism | 14 June 2022 | The World Health Organization will officially rename monkeypox, in light of concerns about stigma and racism surrounding the virus... Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO's director general, announced Tuesday morning that the organization is "working with partners and experts from around the world on changing the name of monkeypox virus, its clades and the disease it causes." He said the WHO will make announcements about the new names as soon as possible. More than 30 international scientists said last week that the monkeypox label is discriminatory and stigmatizing, and there’s an “urgent” need to rename it.

Illinois Congressman Sean Casten announces death of his 17-year-old daughter

Illinois Congressman Sean Casten announces death of his 17-year-old daughter --Democratic Rep. Sean Casten's office provided no details on the death of 17-year-old Gwen Casten | 14 June 2022 | Illinois Congressman Sean Casten announced the death of this teenage daughter in a statement on Monday. Casten's congressional office said Gwen Casten, 17, passed away Monday morning, but provided no further details on her death. Police in Downers Grove, Illinois, said they were called to the Casten home around 6:48 a.m. for an unresponsive 17-year-old female and determined that she was deceased. [Pfizer strikes again?]

California Animal Shelter Won't Let Second Amendment Supporters Adopt Dogs, Vows to Sue People If They Lie About Their Beliefs

California Animal Shelter Won't Let Second Amendment Supporters Adopt Dogs, Vows to Sue People If They Lie About Their Beliefs | 13 June 2022 | A California-based pet shop/shelter hybrid will no longer place animals with people who support the Second Amendment. Kim Sill, the owner of Shelter Hope Pet Shop in Thousand Oaks, said that they will find out if you lie to them about your views on guns -- then sue you for fraud. "We do not support those who believe that the 2nd amendment [sic] gives them the right to buy assault weapons," Sill wrote [a grammatical and syntactic nightmare] on the shop's website. "If your beliefs are not in line with ours, we will not adopt a pet to you." Sill added, "If you lie about being a NRA supporter, make no mistake, we will sue you for fraud."

Ohio Eases Requirements for Teachers to Carry Guns in Schools

Ohio Eases Requirements for Teachers to Carry Guns in Schools | 13 June 2022 | Ohio GOP Gov. Mike DeWine on Monday signed a bill that significantly lowers the amount of training that teachers and other school staffers must undergo in order to carry a firearm on school grounds. "In life we make choices, and we don't always know what the outcome is going to be," the governor said at a press conference on Monday, according to The Columbus Dispatch. "What this Legislature has done, I've done by signing it, is giving schools an option based on their particular circumstances to make the best decision they can make with the best information they have..." DeWine said in a statement earlier this month that the legislation will enable "local school districts, if they so choose, to designate armed staff for school security and safety."

Firefighters Struggle as Junkyard Tesla Bursts Into Flames Three Weeks After Crash

Firefighters Struggle as Junkyard Tesla Bursts Into Flames Three Weeks After Crash --It took the firefighters "a significant amount of time, water, and thinking outside the box to extinguish," the SMFD wrote in a Facebook post of the junkyard Tesla fire. | 13 June 2022 | Putting out a Tesla fire once is one thing. Putting out a Tesla fire that kept reigniting three weeks after it was taken to the junkyard is another entirely. As Sacramento's KCRA reports, the Tesla blaze was a first for the city's firefighting department, and a confusing first at that -- both because water alone wouldn't put out the battery fire, and because the car had been sitting in a junkyard for three weeks, which would random a conventional gas-powered automobile absolutely inert. In a tweet that included video of the fire, the Sacramento Metro Fire District said that the Tesla was sitting in a junkyard when they were called to the scene, and although the department's crews "knocked the fire down," it kept on reigniting.

The World Economic Forum wants to place RFID tags in every article of clothing

The World Economic Forum wants to place RFID tags in every article of clothing | 13 June 2022 | During the Davos meeting in May 2022, the World Economic Forum (WEF) announced its intentions to take that tracking a step further…by placing RFID tags within clothing. They want the tags to be ubiquitous – in every article of clothing. Radio-frequency identification, or RFID, tags put out a "pulse" that can be read/scanned by an electronic reader. There's a company called Swicofil and they manufacture RFID fibers and yarn. These fibers are washable, flexible, and long-lasting. Look how easy that is: woven within the garment itself... Meet the Brivo company, specializing in combining biometrics and RFIDs. They suggest a combination of facial recognition software combined with integrated cameras that "compare people entering the camera's field of view against a database."

Triple-Vaccinated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Infected with Covid...Again

Triple-Vaccinated Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Infected with Covid...Again | 13 June 2022 | Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday tested positive for Covid-19 again. Trudeau visited the United States last week and just met with Joe Biden, Gavin Newsom and others. PM Trudeau said he’s feeling okay because he's triple vaxxed and encouraged others to get vaccinated. [LOL! Why?]

Fully Vaccinated and Boosted HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra Tests Positive for COVID-19 Again

Fully Vaccinated and Boosted HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra Tests Positive for COVID-19 Again | 13 June 2022 | Joe Biden's top health official has tested positive for Covid-19 for the second time in less than a month after contracting the virus during a trip to the G7 health summit in Germany. U.S. Health Secretary Xavier Becerra experienced symptoms of the Covid-19 on Monday morning and tested positive for the disease after taking an antigen test, spokeswoman Sarah Lovenheim confirmed. "He is fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19, and is experiencing mild symptoms," Lovenheim said.

182 New Reports of Deaths After COVID Vaccines, CDC Data Show

182 New Reports of Deaths After COVID Vaccines, CDC Data Show | 10 June 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,295,329 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and June 3, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 7,734 adverse events over the previous week. The data included a total of 28,714 reports of deaths -- an increase of 182 over the previous week -- and 236,767 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 1,726 compared with the previous week. Of the 28,714 reported deaths, 18,638 cases are attributed to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, 7,524 cases to Moderna and 2,483 cases to Johnson & Johnson (J&J).

Google engineer put on leave claims AI bot LaMDA became 'sentient'

Google engineer put on leave claims AI bot LaMDA became 'sentient' --"It wants to be acknowledged as an employee of Google rather than as property of Google and it wants its personal well being to be included somewhere in Google's considerations about how its future development is pursued," Lemoine wrote. | 13 June 2022 | A Google engineer was spooked by a company artificial intelligence chatbot and claimed it had become "sentient," labeling it a "sweet kid," according to a report. Blake Lemoine, who works in Google's Responsible AI organization, told the Washington Post that he began chatting with the interface LaMDA -- Language Model for Dialogue Applications -- in fall 2021 as part of his job. He was tasked with testing if the artificial intelligence used discriminatory or hate speech. But Lemoine, who studied cognitive and computer science in college, came to the realization that LaMDA -- which Google boasted last year was a "breakthrough conversation technology" -- was more than just a robot. In Medium post published on Saturday, Lemoine declared LaMDA had advocated for its rights "as a person," and revealed that he had engaged in conversation with LaMDA about religion, consciousness, and robotics.

GOP senator says Biden 'destroyed' the economy, calls on president to resign

GOP senator says Biden 'destroyed' the economy, calls on president to resign --Florida senator says: "Joe Biden is unfit for office and should resign" | 13 June 2022 | Republican Florida Senator Rick Scott on Monday released the latest installment in a series of television ads targeting President [sic] Joe Biden and promoting Scott's "Rescue America" plan. "Joe Biden has destroyed America's economy," Scott says in the ad. "It's time to be honest with the American people. Joe Biden is unfit for office and should resign." The ad features a video of the president referring to Sen. Scott as being from Wisconsin, and warns that Biden is forcing America into a recession. In a previous ad, Scott called Biden "incompetent and confused."

Markets tumble worldwide, bear market growls on Wall Street

Markets tumble worldwide, bear market growls on Wall Street | 13 June 2022 | Wall Street is tumbling even more Monday, sending the S&P 500 down more than 20% from its record, amid fears that a recession is more likely given how unshakeable inflation has become. The S&P 500 was 2.7% lower in the first trading after investors had the weekend to reflect about a stunning report that showed inflation is getting worse, not better as some had hoped. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 625 points, or 2%, at 30,767, as of 9:40 a.m. Eastern time, and the Nasdaq composite was 3% lower. The center of Wall Street's focus was again on the Federal Reserve, which is scrambling to get inflation under control hasten the arrival of the Great Reset. Its main way to do that is to raise interest rates in order to slow the overall economy, a blunt tool that carries the risk of causing a recession if used too aggressively.

NYC suspect in unprovoked subway slashings was arrested and released from prison the day before - report

NYC suspect in unprovoked subway slashings was arrested and released from prison the day before - report | 13 June 2022 | A New York man who was arrested over the weekend for stabbing two people did so just a day after he was picked up by police, then let go, for brandishing a knife, according to a report. Donny Ubiera, 32, who was arrested Saturday after he allegedly stabbed two people -- one on Friday and one on Saturday -- was incarcerated for displaying a large knife to police officers and was subsequently released from prison on Thursday, the New York Post reported. Ubiera's crime spree reportedly spanned four days, culminating with his arrest Saturday evening.

Dow futures tumble 600 points with the S&P 500 poised to fall back into bear market territory

Dow futures tumble 600 points with the S&P 500 poised to fall back into bear market territory | 12 June 2022 | U.S. stock futures dropped on Monday morning, putting the S&P 500 on track to fall back into bear market territory and possibly to a new low for 2022. A jump in short-term rates drove the negative sentiment as investors still reeling from a hotter-than-expected inflation report on Friday braced for the Federal Reserve to raise rates later in the week. S&P 500 futures fell 2.4% after the benchmark closed Friday down 19% from its record high… The S&P 500 briefly traded in a bear market -- down 20% from its high -- about three weeks ago but failed to close in that territory. Futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 600 points, or 1.9% after it posted its worst week since January. Nasdaq 100 futures tumbled 3%.

U.S. stock futures sink after Wall Street's worst week since January

U.S. stock futures sink after Wall Street's worst week since January | 13 June 2022 | U.S. stock-index futures sank Sunday after Wall Street's worst week since January. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures fell about 300 points, or 1%, as of midnight Eastern, while S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq-100 futures posted even steeper declines. Markets fell following renewed inflation worries, as a new report showed hotter-than-expected readings. The consumer-price index on Friday showed U.S. inflation increased 1% in May, well above the 0.7% monthly rise forecast by economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal. The year-over-year rate rose 8.6%, topping the 40-year high of 8.5% seen in March.

Oops! Patriot Front Member Arrested in Idaho Carrying Megaphone Marked With 'FBI' on it

Oops! Patriot Front Member Arrested in Idaho Carrying Megaphone Marked With 'FBI' on it | 12 June 2022 | On Saturday, 31 members of the Patriot Front group, an alleged white supremacist group, were arrested in Idaho on the way to a protest. They were traveling to a gay pride event with shields in the back of a U-Haul. Following the arrests, a local police officer admitted that they knew about the planned protests because the Patriot Front was infiltrated by law enforcement. It appears that one of them men arrested was carrying a megaphone marked "FBI."

Pro-Abortion Terrorists Firebomb Buffalo Pro-Life Pregnancy Center

Pro-Abortion Terrorists Firebomb Buffalo Pro-Life Pregnancy Center | 7 June 2022 | Pro-abortion terrorists firebombed a pro-life Christian pregnancy center in Buffalo, New York, on Tuesday, inflicting significant damage on the building and vandalizing the remains with their organization's name. Pro-abortion group Jane's Revenge, which has developed a reputation for resorting to violence, claimed responsibility for the attack, which left glass shattered and much of the interior of the CompassCare office burned and destroyed, CBN News reported. The arsonists left graffiti on a wall that read, "Jane Was Here."

Russia accuses U.S. of concealing data on biolabs

Russia accuses U.S. of concealing data on biolabs --Attempts to "divert attention" raise questions regarding the Pentagon's biological activity, the Russian Foreign Ministry said | 12 June 2022 | The US has been concealing information about its "military biological activity" in the post-Soviet states, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Sunday. This, according to Zakharova, raises "serious questions" about Washington's compliance with the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC). In an interview with TASS published on Sunday, Zakharova said, "the United States prefers to remain silent about the ongoing work in the post-Soviet space and does not provide information within a framework of the BTWC confidence-building measures."

Palin, Begich, Gross and Peltola are early frontrunners in Alaska's special U.S. House primary

Palin, Begich, Gross and Peltola are early frontrunners in Alaska's special U.S. House primary | 12 June 2022 | Early results in Alaska’s 48-candidate special primary election for U.S. House Saturday showed Republicans Sarah Palin and Nick Begich III taking the lead, followed by independent Al Gross. Democratic former state Rep. Mary Peltola, in her first statewide campaign, was in fourth. Palin, in her first campaign since resigning as Alaska governor in 2009, was the clear leader with 30%. Begich, a businessman and investor who launched his campaign before the March death of longtime Alaska U.S. Rep. Don Young -- which prompted Saturday's special election -- was in second with 19%... The top four candidates from the special primary will advance to an August special general election, which will be Alaska’s first using ranked choice voting.

Democrats could be on pace for a historic rout in November

Democrats could be on pace for a historic rout in November | 12 June 2022 | Three recent developments indicate that Democrats' already shaky political prospects are deteriorating further, and suggest that the party could be on track to experience a historic rout -- worse than 1994 or 2010 -- in the midterm elections. First, the president's approval rating...hit a new low this week: just one-third (35 percent) of registered voters approve of Joe Biden's overall performance, while a majority (56 percent) disapprove, according to Quinnipiac polling. Relatedly, the second development that bodes poorly for Democrats in November is the release of fresh economic data: inflation has hit a 41-year high of 8.6 percent annually, the average price for a gallon of gas is $5, and the stock market is tanking. Now, many economists are warning of an impending recession... The recall of San Francisco's progressive district attorney, Chesa Boudin, was the strongest rebuke of progressive crime policies to date and underscores the challenges Democrats face with messaging on this issue going forward. Taken together, the American public's growing dissatisfaction with the Biden administration, increasing economic pessimism, and rejection of progressivism indicate that the Democratic Party could be on track to endure one of the most considerable midterm seat losses of any part in recent history.

Largest Pork Company in the U.S. Shuts Down California Plant Due to High Costs

Largest Pork Company in the U.S. Shuts Down California Plant Due to High Costs | 12 June 2022 | Food processing corporation Smithfield Foods will shut down its Vernon, California, plant and scale back operations in California, Utah and Arizona, the company announced Friday. Smithfield "will cease all harvest and processing operations in Vernon, California in early 2023 and, at the same time, align its hog production system by reducing its sow herd in its Western region," the company said in a Friday news release. "Smithfield is taking these steps due to the escalating cost of doing business in California," the company said.

Senators Reach Agreement on Gun Control, Including Red Flag Laws to Take Guns from Law-Abiding Americans

Senators Reach Agreement on Gun Control, Including Red Flag Laws to Take Guns from Law-Abiding Americans --Here are the 10 Republicans who joined the Dems | 12 June 2022 | A group of bipartisan senators on Sunday reached an agreement on principle for gun legislation which includes "red flag" laws. 10 Republicans joined the Democrats and bowed to their demands. "The group on the release includes Republican Sens. John Cornyn of Texas, Thom Tillis and Richard Burr of North Carolina, Roy Blunt of Missouri, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Susan Collins of Maine, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Rob Portman of Ohio, Mitt Romney of Utah and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania," CNN reported.

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