FBI searched Melania's wardrobe, spent hours in Trump's private office during Mar-a-Lago raid

FBI searched Melania's wardrobe, spent hours in Trump's private office during Mar-a-Lago raid --Federal agents at Trump residence from 9:00am until 6:30pm | 10 Aug 2022 | FBI agents scoured Melania Trump's wardrobe and spent several hours combing through Donald Trump's private office, breaking open his safe and rifling through drawers when they raided the former First Family's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida Monday morning. The Post has learned that the search warrant used by the FBI to enter the palatial Palm Beach property focused solely on presidential records and evidence of classified information being stored there. A source close to the former president expressed concern that FBI agents or DOJ lawyers conducting the search could have "planted stuff" because they would not allow Trump's attorneys inside the 128-room building to observe the operation, which lasted more than nine hours... An eyewitness to the raid said all of the boxes were confiscated by federal agents Monday, but it is unknown if anything else was taken as no itemized list of items was provided by the FBI. The boxes contain documents and mementos from Trump's presidency, reportedly including letters from Barack Obama and Kim Jong Un, and other correspondence with world leaders.

Judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion donated $2,000 to Barack Obama's campaign and represented Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express pilots, his scheduler and 'Yugoslavian sex slave'

Judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion donated $2,000 to Barack Obama's campaign and represented Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express pilots, his scheduler and 'Yugoslavian sex slave' | 9 Aug 2022 | The Florida judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's mansion represented Jeffrey Epstein's workers, it has been revealed. Bruce Reinhart acted for several employees of the billionaire pedophile before he sanctioned the "unannounced" search on Mar-a-Lago yesterday. He left the local US Attorney's office over a decade ago to set up a private practice and help staff members including his Lolita Express pilots and his scheduler. He was accused in a lawsuit of breaking the Justice Department's policies by using information from his previous job to benefit in the private sector, which he denied. Meanwhile Reinhart was also revealed to have donated to Barack Obama's campaign in 2008 and Jeb Bush's when he ran against Trump in 2015.

WHO Renews Push for Global Pandemic Treaty, as World Bank Creates $1 Billion Fund for Vaccine Passports

WHO Renews Push for Global Pandemic Treaty, as World Bank Creates $1 Billion Fund for Vaccine Passports | 9 Aug 2022 | The World Health Organization (WHO) is moving ahead with plans to enact a new or revised international pandemic preparedness treaty, despite encountering setbacks earlier this summer after dozens of countries, primarily outside the Western world, objected to the plan. A majority of WHO member states on July 21, during a meeting of WHO's Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB), agreed to pursue a legally binding pandemic instrument that will contain "both legally binding as well as non-legally binding elements." STAT News described the agreement, which would create a new global framework for responding to pandemics, as "the most transformative global health call to action since [the] WHO itself was formed as the first specialized United Nations agency in 1948." Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum, African Union and World Bank -- which created a $1 billion fund for "disease surveillance" and "support against the current as well as future pandemics" -- are developing their own pandemic response mechanisms, including new cross-country vaccine passport frameworks.

Judge who green-lit raid at Trump's Mar-a-Lago home donated thousands to Obama

Judge who green-lit raid at Trump's Mar-a-Lago home donated thousands to Obama --Bruce Reinhart, who reportedly signed off on the raid of Trump's Mar-a-Lago home, previously donated to Obama's campaign and victory fund | 9 Aug 2022 | The federal judge who reportedly signed off on the raid at former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence donated thousands of dollars to former President Barack Obama's presidential campaign and victory fund in 2008. Bruce Reinhart, a Florida federal magistrate judge, donated $1,000 to Obama's 2008 presidential campaign and added $1,000 more to the Obama Victory Fund that same cycle, according to federal filings. Reinhart later contributed $500 to Jeb Bush's failed 2016 presidential campaign, federal filings show.

Trump ally Rep. Scott Perry says the FBI seized his cellphone one day after Mar-a-Lago raid

This totalitarian regime is out of control: Trump ally Rep. Scott Perry says the FBI seized his cellphone one day after Mar-a-Lago raid --The confiscation of Perry's phone comes one day after the FBI searched Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate | 9 Aug 2022 | Republican Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania says that the FBI has confiscated his cellphone. Perry, in an exclusive statement, told Fox News on Tuesday that while traveling with his family earlier in the day, he was approached by three FBI agents who handed him a warrant and requested that he turn over his cellphone. The confiscation of the congressman's personal phone comes one day after FBI agents searched former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.

Bernard Kerik Says Democrats May Try to Orchestrate Trump's 'Assassination' After FBI Raid

Bernard Kerik Says Democrats May Try to Orchestrate Trump's 'Assassination' After FBI Raid | 8 Aug 2022 | Former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik said Monday he is worried Democrats might try to assassinate former President Donald Trump. The Department of Justice has not commented publicly on the raid, but Kerik claimed on Newsmax TV he is afraid for Trump's life. Kerik joined The Balance with host Eric Bolling, where he said he feels Trump is in grave danger -- not only from politically motivated prosecution -- but from the threat of death. He said: "If you remember back in 2016, right before he got elected, I was in Washington D.C. I was at a couple of different social events, and I hear people talking, they said the Democrats want this guy so bad that they wouldn't put assassination behind it. And I’m gonna tell you something. They've tried impeachment, they've tried another impeachment, they've tried one investigation after another. This is about one thing: this is about stopping him from running in 2024. And I'm gonna tell you something, I'm not into conspiracies, I'm not into anti-government rhetoric. This is the first time in my lifetime that I would say I am deathly afraid for Donald Trump. I would not put assassination behind these people."

Bernie Kerik: 'If FBI Raid Will Not Stop Donald Trump - Their Next Step Will Be Assassination'

Bernie Kerik: 'If FBI Raid Will Not Stop Donald Trump - Their Next Step Will Be Assassination' | 8 Aug 2022 | President Trump's home Mar-a-Lago was raided by the FBI on Monday night. Following the raid, former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik tweeted about their next move: "And just like in other Third World countries, if today's raid by Biden's FBI does not stop Donald Trump from running for president in 2024, their next move will be Assassination." Bernard Kerik also went on Newsmax tonight and echoed this dire warning.

Pentagon doles out another $1 billion in Ukraine aid

Insane in the membrane! Pentagon doles out another $1 billion in Ukraine aid | 8 Aug 2022 | The US Department of Defense has announced its largest military aid package for Kiev since the Russia-Ukraine conflict began in February, planning an additional $1 billion in weapons shipments to the former Soviet republic. The latest batch of weaponry was approved under Joe Biden's so-called "drawdown authority," the 18th such package for Ukraine, the Pentagon said on Monday. It will include more ammunition for the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) launchers that the US previously sent to Ukraine, as well as 1,000 Javelin anti-tank missiles, C-4 explosives, Claymore anti-personnel mines, and tens of thousands of artillery and anti-aircraft rounds. The Pentagon also plans to provide 50 armored medical treatment vehicles, plus more pallets of medical supplies and equipment. Biden has now approved about $9.8 billion in military aid to Kiev since he took [literally, *took*] office in January 2021,

Senate Democrats Pass Biden's Massive Tax-and-Spend Bill - Kamala Harris Casts Tie-Breaking Vote

Senate Democrats Pass Biden's Massive Tax-and-Spend Bill - Kamala Harris Casts Tie-Breaking Vote | 7 Aug 2022 | Senate Democrats on Sunday passed Joe Biden’s massive tax-and-spend bill dubbed the 'Inflation Reduction Act.' The bill was passed in a 51-50 party-line vote after a 2-day vote-a-rama. Kamala Harris cast the tie-breaking vote. The bill, which passed the senate through budget reconciliation, will head to the House of Representatives for a Friday vote. More than 230 economists wrote letters to Congress warning that the 'Inflation Reduction Act' will make inflation worse.

Democrats' 'Inflation Reduction' Bill Will Increase IRS Agents by 87,000 Employees

Democrats' 'Inflation Reduction' Bill Will Increase IRS Agents by 87,000 Employees | 7 Aug 2022 | The Senate on Sunday passed the Democrats' sweeping economic package that would allocate billions of taxpayer dollars to facilitate the expansion of the Internal Revenue Service’s workforce. The IRS would receive $80 billion if H.R. 5376, the $750 billion "Inflation Reduction [sic] Act" passes the House and lands on Biden's desk. The funding would mark a 600 percent increase from 2021 when the bureau received $12.6 billion. The reconciliation package would also double the current IRS workforce by hiring an additional 87,000 employees to the bureau’s staff of 78,661 employees. At 165,661 employees, the IRS is poised to become larger than the Pentagon, State Department, FBI and Border Patrol combined total employees of 158,779.

FBI raids Mar-a-Lago: Trump confirms 'my home was under siege by large group of agents who even broke into my safe'

Breaking: FBI raids Mar-a-Lago: Trump confirms 'my home was under siege by large group of agents who even broke into my safe' | 8 Aug 2022 | Donald Trump says his Mar-a-Lago home has been raided by the FBI. "These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently under siege, raided, and occupied by a large group of FBI agents. Nothing like this has ever happened to a President of the United States before," he said in statement Monday night. "After working and cooperating with the relevant Government agencies, this unannounced raid on my home was not necessary or appropriate." It is unclear what the raid is for, what kind of warrant is being executed and what agents are seeking. Trump said: "It is prosecutorial misconduct, the weaponization of the Justice System, and an attack by Radical Left Democrats who desperately don't want me to run for President in 2024, especially based on recent polls, and who will likewise do anything to stop Republicans and Conservatives in the upcoming Midterm Elections. Such an assault could only take place in broken, Third-World Countries. Sadly, America has now become one of those Countries, corrupt at a level not seen before. They even broke into my safe! What is the difference between this and Watergate, where operatives broke into the Democrat National Committee? Here, in reverse, Democrats broke into the home of the 45th President of the United States [Hunter Biden was seen on tape smoking crack and having sex with (alleged) underage girls. Paul Pelosi has made millions on (alleged) inside trades. And the FBI raids the home of the former president of the United States to stop him from running in 2024? This is insane, and the people will NOT STAND FOR IT! --LRP]

'To me, Liz Cheney is Obi-Wan Kenobi,' says WaPo columnist on PBS News Hour

Mega barf alert *and* gag me with a chainsaw: 'To me, Liz Cheney is Obi-Wan Kenobi,' says WaPo columnist on PBS News Hour | 7 Aug 2022 | Washington Post and MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart compared Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., and former President Trump to Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader in "Star Wars" on Friday. Capehart and New York Times columnist David Brooks appeared on "PBS News Hour" with Judy Woodruff to discuss various topics, including Cheney's upcoming primary. Brooks called Cheney "a hero," but noted she is behind her Republican challenger by more than 22 percent and likely to lose her seat. That's when Capehart praised her as comparable to a beloved Jedi. "And, look, I keep thinking about the scene in 'Star Wars: Episode IV,' when Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi are battling it out on the Death Star. And Obi-Wan says to Darth Vader, 'If you strike me down, I will come back more powerful than you can imagine,'" Capehart said.

Los Angeles voters to decide if private businesses will be forced to house the homeless, despite safety concerns


Los Angeles voters to decide if private businesses will be forced to house the homeless, despite safety concerns
| 7 Aug 2022 | Los Angeles voters will cast their ballot on a proposal that could force private businesses - hotels - to house the homeless, a policy that has many hotel owners concerned about how it will impact public safety. President of the Northeast Los Angeles Hotel Owners Association Ray Patel joined Fox & Friends Weekend" Sunday to discuss why the policy is not a long-term solution and his worry if the policy is adopted. "This is not a solution, it's just a temporary fix," Patel said. "And during Project Roomkey, a great example, they housed the unhoused in the hotels -- but the government never provided an end solution. They never provided transitional services to permanent housing; and simply issuing hotel vouchers impacting our hotels and our marketability of those rooms to the pain tourist, corporate travelers and locals is not a solution now."

Trump wins CPAC straw poll with more than two-thirds of the vote

Trump wins CPAC straw poll with more than two-thirds of the vote | 6 Aug 2022 | Former President Trump won a comfortable majority of the vote in the Conservative Political Action Conference's (CPAC) straw poll, maintaining his position as the favorite for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. Organizers announced at CPAC's convention in Texas that Trump won 69 percent of the vote, followed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) with 24 percent. Trump expanded his lead from the last CPAC straw poll in February, when he received the support of 59 percent of voting attendees to DeSantis's 28 percent.

Biden Admin Spending Up to $300K in Taxpayer Money to Boost LGBT 'Social Acceptance' in Botswana

Biden Admin Spending Up to $300K in Taxpayer Money to Boost LGBT 'Social Acceptance' in Botswana | 3 Aug 2022 | The Biden administration is spending up to $300,000 in tax dollars to promote gay and transgender "social acceptance" in Botswana, according to a federal grant listing reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation. The Department of State will award one U.S. organization or academic institution with the funds so they may "bolster LGBTQI+ community initiatives" and "build support networks and organizations" in the African country. The participants, which will travel to the country and spend up to 18 months there, will be tasked with promoting gay and transgender acceptance among "influential religious groups and traditional groups." ..."With the Biden Administration's track record of wasteful, woke spending domestically, it shouldn't surprise us that this Administration is using our taxpayer dollars to spread wokeness abroad too,” Republican Florida Rep. Greg Steube, who sits on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, told the Daily Caller News Foundation.

Ukraine risking another Chernobyl - Russia


Ukraine risking another Chernobyl - Russia
--Moscow has accused Kiev of shelling Europe's largest nuclear power plant
| 6 Aug 2022 | Russia has urged the UN and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to make Ukraine stop the "shelling" of Europe's largest nuclear power plant. Moscow accused Ukrainian troops of firing artillery shells at the Zaporozhskaya Nuclear Power Plant in the country’s southern Zaporozhye Region on Friday. The plant was seized by Russian forces in late February, when Moscow launched its military campaign in the neighboring country. The facility continues to operate with Ukrainian staff under Russian control. Igor Vishnevetsky, a senior non-proliferation and arms control official at the Russian Foreign Ministry, warned that the shelling of the plant risks triggering an event similar to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Dems Poised to Make IRS Larger Than Pentagon, State Department, FBI, and Border Patrol Combined

Dems Poised to Make IRS Larger Than Pentagon, State Department, FBI, and Border Patrol Combined --Manchin-backed Inflation Reduction Act would more than double agency's size | 6 Aug 2022 | If Democrats have their way, one of the most detested federal agencies--the Internal Revenue Service--will employ more bureaucrats than the Pentagon, State Department, FBI, and Border Patrol combined. Under the Inflation Reduction Act negotiated by Sen. Joe Manchin (D., W.Va.), the agency would receive $80 billion in funding to hire as many as 87,000 additional employees. The increase would more than double the size of the IRS workforce, which currently has 78,661 full-time staffers, according to federal data. The additional IRS funding is integral to the Democrats' reconciliation package.

UN Declares War on 'Dangerous' Conspiracy Theories: 'the World Is NOT Secretly Manipulated by Global Elite'

UN Declares War on 'Dangerous' Conspiracy Theories: 'the World Is NOT Secretly Manipulated by Global Elite' | 2 Aug 2022 | The United Nations has declared war on conspiracy theories, describing the rise of conspiracy thinking as "worrying and dangerous," and providing the public with a toolkit to "prebunk" and "debunk" anybody who dares to suggest that world governments are anything but completely honest, upstanding and transparent. The UN also warns that George Soros, the Rothschilds, and the State of Israel must not be linked to any "alleged conspiracies." UNESCO has teamed up with Twitter, the European Commission and the World Jewish Congress to launch the campaign dubbed #ThinkBeforeSharing: Stop the spread of conspiracy theories. The UN wants you to know that events are NOT "secretly manipulated behind the scenes by powerful forces with negative intent" and if you encounter anybody who thinks the global elite are conspiring to consolidate power and dictate global events, you must take action.

Most of the 'Fact-Checking' Organizations Facebook Uses in Ukraine Are Directly Funded by Washington

Most of the 'Fact-Checking' Organizations Facebook Uses in Ukraine Are Directly Funded by Washington | 2 Aug 2022 | Most of the fact-checking organizations Facebook has partnered with to monitor and regulate information about Ukraine are directly funded by the U.S. government, either through the U.S. Embassy or via the notorious National Endowment for Democracy (NED). In light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, an information war as bitter as the ground fighting has erupted, and Meta (Facebook's official name) announced it had partnered with nine organizations to help it sort fact from fiction for Ukrainian, Russian and other Eastern European users. These nine organizations are StopFake, VoxCheck, Fact Check Georgia, Demagog, Myth Detector, Lead Stories, Patikrinta 15min, Re:Baltica and Delfi. ...At least five of the nine organizations are directly in the pay of the United States government, a major belligerent in the conflict. The Poynter Institute is also funded by the NED. Furthermore, many of the other fact-checking organizations also have deep connections with other NATO powers, including direct funding.

Russia eliminates dozens of foreign fighters in Ukraine

Russia eliminates dozens of foreign fighters in Ukraine --More than 80 mercenaries from Zelensky’s International Legion and 470 Ukrainian personnel have been taken out, Moscow said | 6 Aug 2022 | Dozens of foreign fighters from Ukraine’s ‘International Legion’ have been killed by an airstrike in southeastern Ukraine, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Saturday. Providing a daily update on the progress of the military operation, Konashenkov revealed "a high-precision strike" was conducted by the Russian Air Force on a stronghold of the International Legion in the village of Vyvodovo in Dnepropetrovsk Region. As a result, "More than 80 foreign mercenaries and 11 units of special equipment were destroyed," the military spokesman said.

IAEA 'alarmed' over shelling at Europe's largest nuclear power plant

IAEA 'alarmed' over shelling at Europe's largest nuclear power plant | 6 Aug 2022 | The International Atomic Energy Agency said on Saturday it was "extremely concerned" by the shelling on Friday of the Zaporozhskaya Nuclear Power Plant. The risk of a potential nuclear disaster at what is Europe's largest nuclear power station is "very real," it warned, adding that not only would Ukraine be affected but other nations as well. "Military action jeopardizing the safety and security of the Zaporozhskaya nuclear power plant is completely unacceptable and must be avoided at all costs," the UN nuclear watchdog's director general, Rafael Mariano Grossi, said in a statement. Targeting the facility with any "military firepower" would amount to "playing with fire, with potentially catastrophic consequences," he added. The IAEA also suggested sending a delegation to the site to "provide technical support for nuclear safety and security" and to "help prevent the situation from spiraling even more out of control."

US military exercise to take place near Chinese border - media

US military exercise to take place near Chinese border - media | 6 Aug 2022 | The American and Indian militaries will hold joint exercises in the Himalayan mountains in October, less than 100km from India's disputed border with China, CNN reported. The location was announced amid heightened tensions between the US and China over Taiwan, while India and China have been clashing along their mountain border. The drills will be held in mid-October near the town of Auli in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, an Indian army officer told CNN on Saturday. Auli sits on the southern slopes of the Himalayas, and the exercises will focus on warfare at an altitude of 10,000 feet (3,000 meters). Auli is also situated around 95 kilometers (59 miles) from the Line of Actual Control, a loosely defined border that divides India and China.

National security risk: China now owns nearly 200,000 acres of land in America

National security risk: China now owns nearly 200,000 acres of land in America | 5 Aug 2022 | Fufeng Group, a bio-fermentation company based in mainland China, recently bought 300 acres in North Dakota for $2.6 million. The manufacturing firm plans to build a milling plant in the area. As per the latest data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), China possesses over 191,000 acres of land in America, but the figures were before the North Dakota land sale this spring. North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Monday, August 1, requesting the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) to immediately review the purchase... Fufeng Group USA COO Eric Chutorash claimed that they do not have any Chinese government ownership and the workers will all be Americans. He added that the human resources director, commercial director sales team and engineer are not people transferred from China.

Top scientist admits 'space telescope image' was actually a slice of chorizo

Top scientist admits 'space telescope image' was actually a slice of chorizo | 5 Aug 2022 | A French scientist has apologized after tweeting a photo of a slice of chorizo, claiming it was an image of a distant star taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. Étienne Klein, a celebrated physicist and director at France's Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, shared the image of the spicy Spanish sausage on Twitter last week, praising the "level of detail" it provided. "Picture of Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to the Sun, located 4.2 light years away from us. It was taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. This level of detail...A new world is unveiled everyday," he told his more than 91,000 followers on Sunday. Things, however, were not quite as they seemed. Klein admitted later in a series of follow-up tweets that the image was, in fact, a close-up of a slice of chorizo taken against a black background.

Biden to Send Another Billion Dollars to Ukrainian Regime and Oligarchs to Prop Up War Machine

Biden to Send Another Billion Dollars to Ukrainian Regime and Oligarchs to Prop Up War Machine --What recession? Biden has delivered over $63 billion to Ukraine. | 5 Aug 2022 | The regime is stockpiling Ukraine with cash, weapons, and support in the war with Russia. Joe Biden has sunk billions of US taxpayer dollars into the misguided venture. And tonight there are reports Joe Biden is going to sink another billion dollars into the failed venture. Three sources told Reuters on Friday, "The Biden administration's next security assistance package for Ukraine is expected to be $1 billion, one of the largest so far, and include munitions for long-range weapons and armored medical transport vehicles..."

VP Joe Biden met with two Chinese energy execs in the West Wing - the FIFTEENTH meeting with businessmen tied to his son's company - who days later sent Hunter a fawning email offering to fix his $102k luxury EV

VP Joe Biden met with two Chinese energy execs in the West Wing - the FIFTEENTH meeting with businessmen tied to his son's company - who days later sent Hunter a fawning email offering to fix his $102k luxury EV --Two executives for Chinese energy company Wanxiang secured a meeting with VP Joe Biden in the West Wing in July 2014, according to White House visitor logs --A client of Hunter Biden's company Seneca Global Advisors partnered with Wanxiang in 2012 on a $1.25billion natural gas plant in China | 5 Aug 2022 | Two Chinese businessmen with ties to Hunter Biden's company met with Joe Biden at the White House and followed up with the VP's son days later with a fawning email and invitation, records reveal. The meeting is the fifteenth to be uncovered between Joe and businessmen linked to Hunter. Executives for Chinese energy company Wanxiang secured a meeting with the vice president in the West Wing in July 2014 with just one day's notice, according to White House visitor logs. A client of Hunter's company Seneca Global Advisors partnered with Wanxiang in 2012 on a $1.25billion natural gas plant in China. The ceremony for the signing of the deal between Hunter's client GreatPoint Energy and Wanxiang was attended by then Chinese vice president Xi Jinping. Wanxiang is a major Chinese company, and also partnered with the North Korean state for a giant copper mine.

Texas jury orders Alex Jones to pay $4 million to Sandy Hook family in defamation suit

Texas jury orders Alex Jones to pay $4 million to Sandy Hook family in defamation suit --Jones was found liable in the defamation suit for his false claims that the 2012 massacre was staged | 4 Aug 2022 | A Texas jury Thursday ordered Infowars founder Alex Jones to pay $4 million to the family of a Sandy Hook shooting victim for claiming that the massacre never happened. The jury has yet to decide on the amount Jones must pay in punitive damages, the Associated Press reported. The $4 million represents compensatory damages. Jones has previously said that any amount over $2 million would "sink" him. Twenty students and six adults died in December 2012 massing shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Connecticut. Following the shooting, Jones repeatedly claimed on his show that the massacre was "staged" by the U.S. government as a pretense for gun confiscation. He claimed that the parents and families of the victims were "crisis actors" being paid for their performance. He has since apologized and did so again this week in court.

Jury orders Alex Jones to pay Sandy Hook parents $45.2M in punitive damages

Jury orders Alex Jones to pay Sandy Hook parents $45.2M in punitive damages --The jury awarded them $4.1 million in compensatory damages earlier this week | 5 Aug 2022 | A jury has ordered Alex Jones to pay the parents of a child who died in the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting an additional $45.2 million in punitive damages, after awarding them $4.1 million earlier this week. The Associated Press reported that Jones will have to pay a combined $49.3 million, though parents Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis had sought $150 million. The plaintiffs' son, then-first grader Jessie Lewis died in the shooting alongside more than two dozen others. The jury awarded them the $4.1 million in compensatory damages earlier this week. After the 2012 massacre, Jones suggested the U.S. government staged the shooting, ostensibly to justify gun control measures, and alleged that the victims' parents were paid actors. Jones acknowledge on Wednesday that the shooting occurred. "Especially since I've met the parents. It’s 100% real," he said. "I never intentionally tried to hurt you. I never said your name until this came to court."

HVAC problems force thousands of Fort Bragg soldiers to relocate

HVAC problems force thousands of Fort Bragg soldiers to relocate | 5 Aug 2022 | Issues with barracks at Fort Bragg are causing thousands of soldiers to leave their homes. Fort Bragg put out a statement saying the issues at the barracks are caused by problems with HVAC systems. The barracks are located in the Smoke Bomb Hill area of Fort Bragg; the buildings date to the 1970s. The post said about 1,200 soldiers will have to be relocated. Up to a dozen of the barracks failed recent inspections for safety and quality of life, and didn't meet current HVAC standards, according to Fort Bragg. ABC 11 has made several reports about issues at Fort Bragg's barracks including mold.

Senate Votes 95-1 to Expand NATO Into Sweden and Finland

Senate Votes 95-1 to Expand NATO Into Sweden and Finland --Josh Hawley (R-MO) voted 'no,' Rand Paul (R-KY) voted 'present' | 3 Aug 2022 | The Senate on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a resolution approving Sweden and Finland’s bids for NATO membership, demonstrating the bipartisan consensus on expanding the military alliance further on Russia’s border. The measure passed the Senate in a vote of 95-1-1, with only Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) voting "no," and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) voting "present." ...An amendment that Paul tried to add to the resolution would have emphasized that Article 5, NATO's mutual defense clause, does not supersede congressional authorization for war. But the amendment failed in a vote of 10-87.

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