Senate GOP won't move leadership elections despite calls for delay

Senate GOP won't move leadership elections despite calls for delay --Sens. Cruz, Rubio and others said a delay is needed, but those calls are being ignored so far | 11 Nov 2022 | Senate Republicans won't delay their leadership elections set for next week despite a growing number of calls from conservative senators who want a postponement and are growing frustrated with Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and other leaders. "It makes no sense for Senate to have leadership elections before GA runoff," Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, tweeted Friday. "We don’t yet know whether we’ll have a majority & Herschel Walker deserves a say in our leadership. Critically, we need to hear a specific plan for the next 2 yrs from any candidate for leadership." Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., also tweeted Friday that the leadership vote "should be postponed." Sen. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyo., tweeted in support of Rubio's proposition. So did Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., who has vocally opposed bringing McConnell back as the top Senate Republican. But a Senate GOP aide confirmed to Fox News Digital that elections will go on as planned. [Deep-state dirt-bag Mitch McConnell wants to ensure Biden's Great Reset agenda goes forward along with the funding other neocon RINO sociopaths and ensure we have perpetual rigged elections. --LRP]

Taliban Uses U.S. Military Equipment, IG Withholds Records of Afghan Security Forces Collapse

Taliban Uses U.S. Military Equipment, IG Withholds Records of Afghan Security Forces Collapse | 8 Nov 2022 | The Taliban is training and operating with U.S. military equipment including rifles, trucks, and helmets with night vision mounts since the Biden regime withdrew American troops from Afghanistan last year. Taliban forces even held a military parade with dozens of U.S.-provided armored vehicles and Mi-17 helicopters flying overhead, according to a federal audit documenting the collapse of the American-funded Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF). For two decades, the U.S. government spent a mind-boggling $90 billion to [pretend to] help the ANDSF develop into a self-sustaining force capable of combatting terrorist groups like the Taliban. It never happened. When the Biden regime withdrew U.S. troops in August 2021 the ANDSF crumbled and the Taliban took over, generating images and videos of soldiers wearing U.S.-provided clothing and brandishing U.S.-provided rifles. "Taliban units now patrol in pickup trucks and armored vehicles likely procured by the U.S. and provided to the ANDSF" reads the report published by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), which was created by Congress to provide independent and objective oversight of Afghanistan reconstruction projects and activities.

Republicans Won 6 Million More Votes Than Democrats in House Races, But Gained Relatively Few Seats

Republicans Won 6 Million More Votes Than Democrats in House Races, But Gained Relatively Few Seats | 10 Nov 2022 | Republicans have won nearly six million more votes nationwide in races for the House of Representatives, but have flipped relatively few seats, suggesting talk of a "red wave" may have anticipated the overall mood of the country but not the final result of the election. According to the Cook Political Report, as of Thursday morning, November 10, Republicans have won 50,113,534 votes, or 52.3% of the vote, compared to 44,251,768, or 46.2% of the vote. Republicans lead by 6.1%, which is better than their average in "generic congressional ballot" polls, in which the party led by 2.5% in the final RealClearPolitics average before the election. But Republicans have only managed to flip nine seats thus far -- likely enough to control the House, but far short of a "wave" result many anticipated.

U.S. Rep Lauren Boebert Pulls Ahead After Multiple Suspicious Ballot Drops for Her Dem Opponent

U.S. Rep Lauren Boebert Pulls Ahead After Multiple Suspicious Ballot Drops for Her Dem Opponent | 10 Nov 2022 | U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert has retaken the lead in her 2022 midterm race. U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert is now ahead in her race for Congress. She leads her Democratic opponent, Adam Frisch, by more than 300 votes with 96% of the votes counted. There is no information on why the corrupt election actors in Colorado have not completed her election counting. The Gateway Pundit reported this morning that there were mysterious data dumps in her race all for her opponent that put her opponent in the lead.

Biden's student loan handout struck down by federal judge in Texas

Biden's student loan handout struck down by federal judge in Texas --The Job Creators Network Foundation brought the lawsuit| 10 Nov 2022 | A federal judge in Texas struck down Joe Biden's student loan handout in a Thursday night ruling. Biden's plan, which aims to cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for Pell Grant recipients in college and up to $10,000 for others who borrowed using federal student loans. "Whether the Program constitutes good public policy is not the role of this Court to determine. Still, no one can plausibly deny that it is either one of the largest delegations of legislative power to the executive branch, or one of the largest exercises of legislative power without congressional authority in the history of the United States," United States District Judge Mark Pittman wrote.

U.S. sending $400 million in weapons to Ukraine

Insane in the membrane: U.S. sending $400 million in weapons to Ukraine --Pentagon package includes ammunition, missiles and vehicles to Kiev | 10 Nov 2022 | The latest batch of U.S. military aid to Ukraine consists mainly of artillery ammunition and short-range air defense missiles, the Pentagon revealed on Thursday. Washington says the new weapons will help Kiev counter Russian drone strikes against critical infrastructure. The Ukrainian military will get 21,000 155mm artillery rounds, as well as 500 of the precision-guided Excalibur shells, and 10,000 rounds for the heavy 120mm mortars, in addition to an unspecified quantity of ammunition for the U.S.-supplied High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), the Pentagon said. The U.S. has also pledged four Avenger air defense vehicles, which are basically Humvees equipped with four launchers for Stinger man-portable missiles.

Another America

Another America By CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. | 10 Nov 2022 | THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION was not fought so that the colonists could remain under British rule, only on their own terms. It was fought to escape British rule entirely. We live under taxation without representation no less than they did. It's time to consider such a reconstitution again--not so that we can overtake the United States but rather that we might leave a union run by one-party tyrants under which the uni-party has become coterminous with the state itself. There is no "our democracy" here--only their autocracy.

Detail of Liberty, by an unidentified American artist, ca. 1800-1820, National Gallery of Art
Detail of Liberty by an unidentified American artist, ca. 1800-1820, National Gallery of Art.

 

The Gateway Pundit Catches Late-Night Operatives Moving Vanloads of Suspicious Ballots After Legal Deadline in Detroit, Michigan

The Gateway Pundit Catches Late-Night Operatives Moving Vanloads of Suspicious Ballots After Legal Deadline in Detroit, Michigan | 9 Nov 2022 | Michigan polls closed at 8:00 p.m. EST yesterday, Election Day 2022. ...Nothing was done in response to the 2020 voter fraud well-documented by outlets like the Gateway Pundit. In fact, the Republicans in Michigan even made it easier to cheat by allowing clerks two extra days to "process" ballots, giving potential bad actor clerks more time to cheat. This is in addition to the widespread observations of major problems with voting machines... The Gateway Pundit has exclusive video and photographic evidence that the City of Detroit in Michigan was collecting thousands of ballots significantly after the legal deadline in 2022. This video is from the Detroit Department of Elections at 2978 West Grand. Ballots are processed there, entering and exiting through the garage in the alley behind the building. We can exclusively report that the City of Detroit was handling and beginning to process a significant number of ballots at 11:30 PM on election night. We can exclusively report that the City of Detroit was handling and beginning to process more ballots at 1:22 AM on election night.

The Associated Press calls Pennsylvania Senate race for Fetterman with 86% of precincts reporting

The Associated Press calls Pennsylvania Senate race for Fetterman with 86% of precincts reporting | 9 Nov 2022 | Pennsylvania Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman on Wednesday morning [allegedly] defeated the GOP's Dr. Mehmet Oz in the state's hotly contested Senate race. Despite suffering a stroke earlier this year, Fetterman successfully survived criticisms that he was physically unfit to serve, even after debate performance in which he struggled to articulate clear answers to moderator questions. The Associated Press called the race with 86% of precincts reporting. Fetterman led Oz with 49.9% of vote to the Republican's 47.7%. Oz had witnessed a last minute surge in the polls following Fetterman's debate performance and was narrowly favored to win the seat.

Nevada Won't Be Done Counting Mail-in Ballots for Days - Report

Insane in the membrane: Nevada Won't Be Done Counting Mail-in Ballots for Days - Report | 8 Nov 2022 | Nevada will not be done counting its mail-in ballots for several days, according to the Nevada Independent. Clark County, Nevada, which accounts for about 70% of the state's population, could take until Thursday to finish counting its mail-in ballots, according to the Nevada Independent. The county will count in-person votes from Tuesday and all the early mail in votes that are in the system. Clark County officials reported only having enough staff to count early mail-in ballots and in-person ballots on Tuesday, the Nevada Independent reported. The county is appearing to have a resource issue that is stalling the counting of drop box mail. [Yeah, maybe if we didn't drop $500 million every Friday afternoon on the Nazis running Ukraine, we wouldn't be having "resource issues." But, the broader point: if we don't put an end to these election thefts, we're not going to have a country left. --LRP]

California Gov. Newsom’s Reelection Appears Likely

California Gov. Newsom’s Reelection Appears Likely | 9 Nov 2022 | Gavin Newsom appears poised to serve another four-year term as California’s governor, according to preliminary results in the Nov. 8 midterm election. Newsom was leading the gubernatorial race with about 61.3 percent of the vote over state Sen. Brian Dahle (R-Bieber) with approximately 38.7 percent, according to unofficial election results posted by the Secretary of State, as of 9:10 p.m. Tuesday night with 34 percent of precincts partially reporting. Newsom, a progressive Democrat, was elected to his first term in 2018, when his predecessor Gov. Jerry Brown (D) reached the term limit after eight years in office.

Court Orders Release of True the Vote Leaders From Jail

Court Orders Release of True the Vote Leaders From Jail | 8 Nov 2022 | Two leaders of the election integrity group True the Vote were released from jail after an appeals court overruled a judge’s order that they be detained for contempt of court. Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips were ordered released by a panel on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit late on Nov. 6. "IT IS ORDERED that Petitioners' opposed motion for release from detention is GRANTED pending further order of this court," the panel said in the order, which was obtained by The Epoch Times. The panel consisted of Circuit Judges Catharina Haynes, a George W. Bush appointee; Kurt Engelhardt, a Donald Trump appointee; and Andrew Oldham, a Trump appointee. Engelbrecht and Phillips were released on Nov. 7.

Maricopa County: Arizona judge denies GOP lawsuit to keep polls open in county after ballot 'hiccups'

Maricopa County: Arizona judge denies GOP lawsuit to keep polls open in county after ballot 'hiccups' --GOP, Blake Masters and Kari Lake had sued to keep polls open for provisional ballots after issues earlier in the day | 8 Nov 2022 | An Arizona court ruled against a Republican-backed lawsuit to keep polls open for provisional ballots in Maricopa County after "hiccups" with some vote tabulators earlier in the day caused confusion at polling places. "The court does not have evidence there was a voter who was precluded the right to vote from what was presented," the judge said minutes before polls closed Tuesday. "From what I've seen they all got a collection of their vote," the judge also said as the lawyer for GOP Senate candidate Blake Masters's campaign argued before the court. Masters' campaign, the Republican National Committee and the campaign for Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake were behind the lawsuit.

Republican JD Vance Wins Senate Bid in Ohio

Republican JD Vance Wins Senate Bid in Ohio | 8 Nov 2022 | Republican JD Vance, bestselling author of the book Hillbilly Elegy, will become the next Senator from Ohio in Jan. 2023, after defeated Democratic opponent Tim Ryan. NBC News has called the race as of 10:56 on Nov. 8, with Vance at 53.8% of the vote and Ryan 46.1% with 86% of votes in. ABC News has also called the race for Vance as of 10:59, with 54% of the vote going to Vance and 46% going to Ryan, also with 86%. Vance and Ryan were running to replace a soon-to-be-vacated Senate seat currently occupied by Republican Rob Portman.

Dem poll worker ejected for pre-selecting 'straight Dem ticket' on voting machine, calling Rs 'racist'

Dem poll worker ejected for pre-selecting 'straight Dem ticket' on voting machine, calling Rs 'racist' | An Indiana election office reportedly ejected a Democrat poll worker over allegations that he had pressured poll-goers against voting for certain candidates and even pre-selected Democratic candidates on a voting machine last week, local election officials told Fox News. The incidents took place at a polling place in Carmel, Indiana, under the Hamilton County Election Office. Hamilton County election administrator Beth Sheller declined to confirm the poll worker's identity in an interview with Fox News Digital, but detailed a report from the inspector at the polling location. Sheller stated that the inspector had learned of two separate incidents that may constitute electioneering and election interference. The poll worker, first identified by Chalkboard Review executive director Tony Kinnett as James Zheng, is now reportedly being investigated by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office, and Sheller says she hopes to see Zheng prosecuted.

Missouri Republicans Hawley and Schmitt say Senate GOP needs new leadership: 'Not Mitch McConnell'

Missouri Republicans Hawley and Schmitt say Senate GOP needs new leadership: 'Not Mitch McConnell' [And everyone in the world agrees except for the defense contractors who own and operate him and Zelensky the grifter.] | 8 Nov 2022 | Incumbent Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Missouri Senate hopeful Eric Schmitt each said Monday that if Republicans take control of the U.S. Senate, they won't support Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., for another term as leader. At a rally for Schmitt in Springfield, Missouri, Hawley told a gaggle of reporters that he prefers a fresh face for leader, citing disagreements with McConnell on funding Ukraine's defense against Russia and spending legislation. "I don't imagine I will, no," Hawley reportedly said when asked if he would support McConnell. "I'm not sure if any other senator will run or not. Nobody's indicated they would. But my view is that we need new leadership in that position," he added.

Trump throws haymaker, calls on GOP to replace McConnell with Scott

Trump throws haymaker, calls on GOP to replace McConnell with Scott | 8 Nov 2022 | Former President Trump on Tuesday night pressed his case for Florida Sen. Rick Scott as the next GOP Senate leader over Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell. In an interview on Blaze TV, Trump focused much of his time making his case for Scott over lauding his preferred candidates, who would including Florida GOP Sen. Marco Rubio, who posted an early reelection win. McConnell earlier this year complained about "quality" of GOP candidates this election cycle, though didn't specifically mention any backed by Trump or other. "I think Rick is very good," Trump said. "I think he's highly underrated. He's a smart guy who works hard and he was a great governor of Florida." The 45th president referred to McConnell as a "strange guy" and regretted backing him in the past. "I made a mistake when I endorsed him," Trump said.

Florida Rejects DOJ Plan to Place Monitors Inside Voting Locations

Florida Rejects DOJ Plan to Place Monitors Inside Voting Locations | 8 Nov 2022 | U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) workers are not allowed inside polling locations, a Florida official has told the agency. Brad McVay, general counsel for the Florida Department of State, told DOJ election official John Russ that Florida law does not permit DOJ monitors to be stationed inside of polling places after the DOJ announced it would monitor compliance with federal voting laws in three Florida counties. "Earlier today, the Florida Department of State received copies of your letters to Miami-Dade and Broward Counties in which you seem to indicate that the Department of Justice will send monitors inside polling places in these counties. We also understand you sent a similar letter to Palm Beach County," McVay wrote in a letter. "But Department of Justice monitors are not permitted under Florida law." Florida law lists people who can enter a polling room or place and DOJ personnel "are not included on the list," McVay said. Florida law lists people who can enter a polling room or place and DOJ personnel "are not included on the list," McVay said.

Houston polling location closed after city employee is electrocuted and dies

Houston polling location closed after city employee is electrocuted and dies | 8 Nov 2022 | A polling location in Houston was shut down Tuesday after a city employee died after being electrocuted. The unidentified employee worked for the city's Parks and Recreation department and died during a work-related incident, authorities said. Mayor Sylvester Turner said Houston firefighters responded to the Melrose Park Community Center location just before noon. Details about what happened have not been disclosed.

Dominion Voting [sic] Machines Down in Texas, Arizona, New Jersey - Other Voter Irregularities Reported

Dominion Voting [sic] Machines Down in Texas, Arizona, New Jersey - Other Voter Irregularities Reported | Voters in Mercer County, New Jersey, are facing a "county-wide system outage" in their election using Dominion Voting [sic] Machines. Voters are not being turned away, but are being asked to fill out ballots manually and place them in the slot for manual counting later... In Maricopa County, tabulators did not work starting at 6 a.m., when the polls opened. In Texas, the machines are also not working. In Illinois, voters are being told to use the provided Sharpies, or their vote may not count. [!?!] The Champaign County, Illinois, clerk's office announced the computer server is under cyber-attack. The Gateway Pundit has also reported on massive issues and election irregularities across the country.

Florida results: DeSantis wins by 19 points; GOP picks up four House seats including Anna Paulina - Marco Rubio wins in landslide

Florida results: DeSantis wins by 19 points; GOP picks up four House seats including Anna Paulina - Marco Rubio wins in landslide | 8 Nov 2022 | Anna Paulina won her race in Florida tonight to pick up a U.S. House seat for the GOP. Senator Marco Rubio won in a blowout -- 57% to 41%. Republican Kat Cammack won reelection in Florida. Governor Ron DeSantis won in a landslide, by 19 points over Democrat Charlie Crist.

Maricopa County Confirms Tabulators Are Malfunctioning on Election Day

Maricopa County Confirms Tabulators Are Malfunctioning on Election Day | 8 Nov 2022 | Authorities in Maricopa County, Arizona, confirmed Tuesday morning at a news conference that around 20 percent of the vote centers in the county are experiencing issues. At around 4 p.m. ET, Maricopa officials said they have "identified a solution to the tabulation issues" at dozens of polling locations, blaming "printer settings." "In about 20 percent of the vote centers...when people will go and try to run the ballot through this tabulator, maybe one out of every five or so, of those ballots are not going through," said Maricopa Board of Supervisors Chair Bill Gates. "It's not like both of the tabulators in these 20 percent of locations are having these issues. It might only be one." Gates said that the problem is not preventing people from casting their ballot, saying that voters can deposit their ballot in a drop box.

ABC News Explains Why a 'Red Mirage' Will Occur Tuesday - Reveals Which States Democrats Are Going to Try to Steal

ABC News Explains Why a 'Red Mirage' Will Occur Tuesday - Reveals Which States Democrats Are Going to Try to Steal | 7 Nov 2022 | ABC News explained why a "Red Mirage" will occur Tuesday on Election Day. "[Republican candidates'] leads will dwindle, or crumble completely, after perceived "dumps" of votes are recorded by state election officials who count mail-in and absentee ballots in the days -- or even weeks -- following Election Day." ABC News said. ABC News revealed which states the Democrats are going to steal with post-Election Day ballot counting. "[The Red Mirage is] likely to occur in some of the same states where the phenomenon presented itself last cycle -- in states like Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin -- battleground states that also happen to feature some of the most hotly contested races of the election season." ABC News said. We've seen this before. A Democratic data firm warned of a "Red Mirage" shortly before the 2020 election. The Democrats got away with the steal in 2020 so they're doing it again.

White House Warns Elections Results May Not Be Clear for 'Days'

White House Warns Elections Results May Not Be Clear for 'Days' | 7 Nov 2022 | The 2022 midterm election results won't be clear on Election Day and the final tally won't come for "a few days," warned White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Monday afternoon. Her statement comes just hours before polls are slated to open in many locations across the United States, which will determine what party controls the House, Senate, or both. Many governor's seats are also up for grabs. "We may not know all the winners of elections for a few days. It takes time to count all legitimate ballots in a legal and orderly manner. That's how this is supposed to work," Jean-Pierre told reporters. [That's because the criminals need to find out how many ballots are needed to manufacture enough to steal a particular state, as they did in 2020 with Pennsylvania, etc.]

Biden Pollster Warns of 'Paradigm Shift' After Survey Shows GOP Gains Among Black, Hispanic Voters

Biden Pollster Warns of 'Paradigm Shift' After Survey Shows GOP Gains Among Black, Hispanic Voters | 7 Nov 2022 | A poll released Monday morning shows that the Republican Party is continuing to make inroads among black and Hispanic voters with just one day to go before the 2022 midterms. Some 17 percent of black voters told a Wall Street Journal poll that they would pick a Republican candidate for Congress over a Democrat, which is larger than the 8 percent of black voters who voted in favor of President Donald Trump, a Republican, in 2020. During the 2018 midterm elections, 8 percent of black voters backed GOP candidates in House races. For decades, black Americans have voted in favor of Democrats over Republicans by large margins. Among Hispanic voters, Democrats have a mere 5 percent lead over Republicans overall, according to the WSJ poll.

Envelopes filled with suspicious white powder and 'abusive' rantings reportedly sent to Kari Lake's campaign headquarters, prompting FBI response

Envelopes filled with suspicious white powder and 'abusive' rantings reportedly sent to Kari Lake's campaign headquarters, prompting FBI response | 6 Nov 2022 | Two envelopes containing a suspicious white powder were allegedly mailed to Kari Lake's campaign headquarters. The incident reportedly prompted the response of hazmat units and the FBI. NBC News correspondent Vaughn Hillyard reported that the FBI, Phoenix Police, hazmat teams, and bomb squad units responded to an alleged incident involving "suspicious items" discovered at Kari Lake's campaign headquarters around 10 p.m. on Saturday. A source said that a "white powdery substance" was found in two envelopes addressed to Lake's office. A campaign staffer reportedly opened one of the envelopes and was exposed to the powder. The Daily Mail reported that the envelopes also contained "abusive messages."

'We're in dangerous times': After 'terroristic threat' shuts down her HQ, Kari Lake remains steadfast, notes media's role

'We're in dangerous times': After 'terroristic threat' shuts down her HQ, Kari Lake remains steadfast, notes media's role | 7 Nov 2022 | Kari Lake's campaign headquarters was targeted over the weekend by what her team reckoned to be a "terroristic attack." Lake noted that the alleged threat wasn't the first her team has had to deal with, but that it would be dealt with and the person responsible identified. On Sunday, Republican nominee for Arizona governor Kari Lake spoke to reporters in Queen Creek, Arizona, about her campaign headquarter's weekend encounter with suspicious packages, which allegedly contained white powder and threats. Concerning the Oct. 5 discovery of the threats, Lake said, "We're in dangerous times...This is not the first time we've been threatened. I've been threatened many times. Our tires have been slashed. We've had screws drilled into our tires so that our tires would blow out while we're on the road."

Poland to expand U.S. air base - defense minister

Poland to expand U.S. air base - defense minister | 7 Nov 2022 | Poland will expand a military base hosting the US Combat Aviation Brigade in the coming years, the nation's defense minister, Mariusz Blaszczak, announced on Monday during a visit to the facility. Located in the central Polish city of Powidz, the base is expected to strengthen the US Air Force operation capabilities in support of Polish and NATO forces in the region, he said. The facility will get new hangars and warehouses as well as a bulk fuel storage facility nearby, the minister said, accompanied by US ambassador to Poland, Mark Brzezinski. The Powidz base hosts the U.S. Apache strike helicopters. Powidz "is turning into a military complex, preparing to support Polish and NATO forces on the eastern flank of the North Atlantic Alliance," Blaszczak said amid unprecedented tensions between NATO and Russia over Moscow’s continued military offensive in Ukraine.

Former DOD Contract Translator Arrested for Alleged Ties to ISIS

Former DOD Contract Translator Arrested for Alleged Ties to ISIS | 7 Nov 2022 | A former Department of Defense (DOD) contract interpreter, Mohammad Rafi Mohammadi has been arrested for allegedly having lied about his connection to ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] in his application for a security clearance in conjunction with his employment by the DOD. The arrest of this defendant is of great significance; however, information about this case has been published in several news reports but, incredibly, has not been reported by the Justice Department or any other federal agency. Mohammadi is being prosecuted by the federal government and is alleged to have worked to assist ISIS, the group behind the bombing in Afghanistan that killed 13 American soldiers and grievously wounded many others.

Millions Plan to Substitute Traditional Thanksgiving Turkey With Pizza, Salad as U.S. Food Prices Soar

Millions Plan to Substitute Traditional Thanksgiving Turkey With Pizza, Salad as U.S. Food Prices Soar | 6 Nov 2022 | Americans' wallets have gotten lighter this year amid the highest inflation rate in decades, soaring gas prices and biting food prices, with the pinch caused at least in part by the Biden administration's efforts to squeeze Russia -- a major energy and food exporter -- out of global markets to "punish" Moscow for its military operation in Ukraine. Soaring poultry costs and shrinking purchasing power threaten to put the traditional Thanksgiving turkey out of reach for millions of Americans this year, with fresh U.S. Department of Agriculture figures showing that Turkey costs have jumped from an average of $1.15 a pound in 2021 to $1.99. A recent survey by Personal Capital found that 47 percent said they are planning a Friendsgiving celebration...with only 24 percent of Friendsgiving celebrators planning to have a turkey, with the rest planning to replace the bird with pizza, soups, salads and other foods.

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