Entire Twitter Data Engineer Team Let Go - Reports

Entire Twitter Data Engineer Team Let Go - Reports | 28 Oct 2022 | The entire Twitter data engineer team has been let go and employees were seen carrying cardboard boxes while leaving the company's headquarters in San Francisco, California, media reported on Friday. Earlier in the day, U.S. billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, who acquired Twitter and had criticized the company for limiting freedom of expression, hinted that he finalized the purchase by tweeting, "The bird is free." [Good riddance, dirt-bags! Now, please remove the shadow-ban on @legitgov.]

Florida Officials Looking Into Allegations of Widespread Ballot Harvesting Operation

Florida Officials Looking Into Allegations of Widespread Ballot Harvesting Operation --Democrat blows the whistle in a sworn affidavit | 28 Oct 2022 | The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is considering investigating an alleged long-running and widespread ballot harvesting operation among black communities in the central part of state. Law enforcement officials are considering probing the matter on the recommendation of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis's new election crimes unit, the Office of Election Crimes and Security (OECS), officials confirmed. DeSantis's new election crimes body was established this year in an effort to hold individuals in the state accountable for voter fraud. Law enforcement officials confirmed they are looking into the matter in an emailed statement to The Epoch Times.

Michael Rectenwald's Appeal to Twitter After the Musk Takeover

Michael Rectenwald's Appeal to Twitter After the Musk Takeover By Lori Price | 28 Oct 2022 | Author, pundit, scholar, and CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald was suspended from Twitter earlier this month. The suspension took place shortly after Dr. Rectenwald appeared on The Ingraham Angle (October 11, 2022) and Unfiltered With Dan Bongino (October 15). Michael, with the handle "TheAntiWokeProf," had almost 18,000 followers. In response, Michael appealed the suspension to Twitter. He posted his appeal to Twitter on Facebook.

Congressional Candidate Richard Rowe Unexpectedly Dies After Bragging About Vaccination Status on Social Media and 'Making Fun of Darwin'd Anti-Vaxxers'

Congressional Candidate Richard Rowe Unexpectedly Dies After Bragging About Vaccination Status on Social Media and 'Making Fun of Darwin'd Anti-Vaxxers' | 22 Oct 2022 | Screenshots of Richard Allen Rowe's Facebook post on "anti-vaxxers" have begun circulating on Twitter. Rowe, who was a Democratic candidate for the Florida House of Representatives for District 23, passed away on October 2021 at 41 years old - just months after his alleged Pfizer shot." Let me be real clear.... I do not give a F*CK what happens to anti-vaxxers. I dont. Let Darwin do his work. They helped to kill 700,000 Americans. I do not have the pity or tears to spare for any of them. It's all dried up now. Sorry. At this point. I'm just hoping they feel 1/10th of the pain theyve caused everyone else. The kids will be fine. THEY'RE going to suffer. And I f*cking well think they've earned it," he wrote. In another post, he purportedly shared a photo of his Covid-19 Vaccination Card. According to the document, Rowe got the vaccine on August 12, 2021... Two months after his first Pfizer dose, Rowe passed away on October 28, 2021, as seen in his obituary.

Trump to Hold Rallies in 4 States Ahead of Midterm Elections

Trump to Hold Rallies in 4 States Ahead of Midterm Elections | 27 Oct 2022 | Former President Donald Trump is set to go on a rally blitz for candidates he has endorsed in at least four battleground states during the final days before the Nov. 8 midterm elections. Trump is scheduled to hold rallies in Iowa, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Ohio in the span of five days until the eve of the elections, according to separate press releases issued through the Save America political action committee on Oct. 26. The first stop is Sioux City, Iowa, on Nov. 3, when Trump is scheduled to "advance the MAGA agenda," referring to his campaign slogan, Make America Great Again, by campaigning for Republicans including Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), both seeking reelection to their current positions. Two days later, Trump will hold a rally in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, lining up behind state Sen. Doug Mastriano for governor and Mehmet Oz for Senate in the Commonwealth.

Oz takes the lead in PA Senate race after Fetterman debate stumbles - poll

Oz takes the lead in PA Senate race after Fetterman debate stumbles - poll --The pair squared off in Tuesday night's debate during which Fetterman repeatedly struggled to form coherent sentences and clearly answer moderator questions. | 27 Oct 2022 | Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz has overtaken his Democratic rival, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, in the Pennsylvania Senate race following the Democrat's much-critiqued performance in the race's sole debate earlier this week. In the latest InsiderAdvantage poll, Oz led Fetterman by 2.7% among likely voters with 47.5% support to 44.8%. That lead is just inside the survey's +/- 3.6% margin of error, making the race a statistical tie. Conducted Oct. 26 among 750 likely voters, the survey is the first to show Oz leading in the race and the first to feature a survey period exclusively following the debate.

Elon Musk fires Twitter's top brass after closing $44 billion deal - reports

Elon Musk fires Twitter's top brass after closing $44 billion deal - reports --The deadline to close the $44 billion deal ends Thursday evening | 27 Oct 2022 | Tesla CEO Elon Musk has fired several top Twitter executives after officially taking control of the company Thursday evening. A source with knowledge of the matter told FOX Business that Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, CFO Ned Segal, and Vijaya Gadde, head of legal policy, trust, and safety were fired... Agrawal, Segal, and Gadde were shuttled from the building after being fired, people familiar with the matter told The Washington Post. [Good riddance!] Musk previously said he had plans to cut Twitter's staffing from about 7,500 to around 2,000 employees, a nearly 75% decrease.

PayPal reinstates $2,500 misinformation penalty

PayPal reinstates $2,500 misinformation penalty | 27 Oct 2022 | Online payments giant PayPal has quietly readopted a wildly unpopular policy allowing it to fine users $2,500 every time the company believes they violated its terms of service with transgressions as vague as publishing "harmful, obscene, harassing or objectionable" messages. While PayPal had removed the offending policy from its terms of service earlier this month after widespread outcry and calls to boycott it, users noticed a variation of the text had returned on Wednesday and took to social media to call the company out. Under the revised terms of service, merchants who "receive funds for transactions that violate the Acceptable Use Policy" are warned they will be on the hook for $2,500 for every violation of that policy, with the funds being deducted from their accounts at PayPal's sole discretion.

U.S. diesel shortage worsens

U.S. diesel shortage worsens --Supplies of the fuel are at a 14-year low amid a ban on imports from Russia, portending further price spikes | 26 Oct 2022 | U.S. diesel shortages are spreading along the East Coast amid a ban on imports from Russia, raising fears of further surges in prices for the fuel as consumers brace for the winter heating season. Mansfield Energy, one of the nation's major fuel distributors, instituted emergency measures on Tuesday and warned its customers that carriers were being forced to visit multiple terminals in some cases to find supplies, delaying deliveries. With shortages spreading from the Northeast to the Southeast, the company advised customers to give 72-hour notice for their orders to avoid having to pay above-market prices.

Companies are making climate pledges they don't have the capacity to keep, Microsoft President Brad Smith says

Companies are making climate pledges they don't have the capacity to keep, Microsoft President Brad Smith says | 26 Oct 2022 | Companies are on the hot seat to respond to climate change like never before, but most corporate leaders don't have the tools necessary to meet those pledges, said Microsoft President Brad Smith last week at the inaugural Breakthrough Energy Summit in Seattle. "By our count, 3,470 companies around the world have signed up for a climate pledge," said Smith. "That shows that an awareness and good intentions have literally spread around the world. Now, what's bad: there does not yet exist the capacity for most -- for almost any company -- to, with confidence, turn that pledge into the progress that has been promised." Smith was on stage at the conference hosted by Breakthrough Energy, the climate-innovation company launched by [Great Reset dirt-bag] Bill Gates. Smith likened the gap between good intentions and executable change to corporate pledges about diversity, which he's been looking at for the past couple of decades.

The Dan Bongino Show: The Globalist Push for Digital ID With Michael Rectenwald

The Dan Bongino Show: The Globalist Push for Digital ID With Michael Rectenwald | 24 Oct 2022 | In this episode, Dan Bongino addresses the growing threat of digital ID and digital currency with author [and CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald. [This is a must-watch interview!]

U.S. citizens were given secret Covid 'decree violation' scores

U.S. citizens were given secret Covid 'decree violation' scores | 25 Oct 2022 | Voter analytics firm PredictWise harvested location data from tens of millions of US cellphones during the initial Covid lockdown months and used this data to assign a "Covid-19 decree violation" score to the people associated with the phones. These Covid-19 decree violation scores were calculated by analyzing nearly two billion global positioning system (GPS) pings to get "real-time, ultra-granular locations patterns." People who were "on the go more often than their neighbors" were given a high Covid-19 decree violation score while those who mostly or always stayed at home were given a low Covid-19 decree violation score. Not only did PredictWise use this highly sensitive location data to monitor millions of Americans’ compliance with Covid lockdown decrees but it also combined this data with follow-up surveys to assign "Covid concern" scores to the people who were being surveilled. PredictWise then used this data to help Democrats in several swing states to target more than 350,000 "Covid concerned" Republicans with Covid-related campaign ads.

5.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Near San Jose

5.1 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Near San Jose | 25 Oct 2022 | A 5.1 magnitude earthquake jolted the Bay Area late Tuesday morning, rattling nerves but not appearing to cause any significant damage. The quake hit at 11:42 a.m. and was centered 12.1 miles east of San Jose, according to the United States Geological Survey. It was followed by a 3.1 magnitude aftershock at 11:47 a.m. Annemarie Baltay, a seismologist with the USGS, said the location of the epicenter suggests the quake occurred within the Calaveras Fault zone. [Shaking] reports came from as far away as Central California, Sacramento and Sonoma County.

New York Supreme Court reinstates all employees fired for being unvaccinated, orders back pay

New York Supreme Court reinstates all employees fired for being unvaccinated, orders back pay --State Supreme Court found that being vaccinated 'does not' stop the spread of COVID-19 | 25 Oct 2022 | The New York state Supreme Court has reinstated all employees who were fired for not being vaccinated, ordering back pay and saying their rights had been violated. The court found Monday that "being vaccinated does not prevent an individual from contracting or transmitting COVID-19." New York City Mayor Eric Adams claimed earlier this year that his administration would not rehire employees who had been fired over their vaccination status. NYC alone fired roughly 1,400 employees for being unvaccinated earlier this year after the city adopted a vaccine mandate under former Mayor Bill de Blasio. Many of those fired were police officers and firefighters.

Poll Shows 71 Percent Say U.S. Heading in Wrong Direction 3 Weeks Ahead of 2022 Midterms

Poll Shows 71 Percent Say U.S. Heading in Wrong Direction 3 Weeks Ahead of 2022 Midterms | 25 Oct 2022 | With fewer than three weeks to go before the 2022 midterm elections, a new poll shows about three-quarters of Americans believe the United States is on the wrong track. About 71 percent of voters said the United States is headed in the wrong direction, and only 20 percent said it's on the right track, according to a poll by Hart Research Associates and Public Opinion Strategies for NBC. Pollsters noted that it is the sixth out of seventh of such polls where the wrong track answer has been higher than 70 percent. In the same vein, some 20 percent of respondents said they believe the U.S. economy will get better over the next year, 26 percent said it will remain about the same, and 50 percent say it will get worse. The 50-percent figure is the highest number on the question dating back to 1994. "These are really difficult numbers for Democrats, and they have had them for months," Bill McInturff, a Republican pollster who works with Public Opinion Strategies, told CNBC.

New York judge strikes down 'arbitrary and capricious' vaccine mandate for workers

New York judge strikes down 'arbitrary and capricious' vaccine mandate for workers --New York City almost immediately appealed the judge's order. | 25 Oct 2022 | New York judge has struck down what it calls an "arbitrary and capricious" COVID-19 vaccine mandate for New York City workers, in a ruling that reinstates employees fired for not being vaccinated and entitles them to back pay. "The petitioners should not have been terminated for choosing not to protect themselves," Richmond County Judge Ralph Porzio wrote in his ruling Monday, in response to the case filed by 16 New York City employees after they were fired for not taking the vaccine. Porzio said the petitioners would be reinstated to full employment effective Tuesday, but it is unclear whether this has occurred.

Records reveal external forces that aided Soros-funded prosecutor in toppling Missouri GOP governor

Records reveal external forces that aided Soros-funded prosecutor in toppling Missouri GOP governor | 24 Oct 2022 | A George Soros-bankrolled prosecutor in St. Louis was fed derogatory information in early 2018 from two opponents of Eric Greitens -- a special interest group executive and an estranged husband -- before she filed and later withdrew criminal charges that toppled the sitting Republican governor of Missouri, according to documents turned over to Just the News under a court order. Hidden from public view for years, the internal communications between St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner and Greitens' accusers provide new insights into the behavior of prosecutors and the external forces they worked with in a case that has resulted in legal misconduct findings against Gardner and a conviction for evidence tampering against her chief investigator, former FBI Agent William Tisaby. Read the full trove of documents here.

Cotton plans to block D.C. from allowing illegal aliens to vote - 'Insane policy'

Cotton plans to block D.C. from allowing illegal aliens to vote - 'Insane policy' --The D.C. City Council voted 12-1 to advance a bill that would allow non-citizens to vote in local elections | 19 Oct 2022 | Sen. Tom Cotton is introducing a resolution in Congress that would block a recent move by the city of Washington, D.C., which allows illegal immigrants to vote in elections, a decision Cotton called an "insane policy." The Washington, D.C., City Council voted 12-1 this month to advance a bill that would allow noncitizens to vote in local elections. The bill, introduced by council member Charles Allen, says that if noncitizens are otherwise qualified to vote, they can do so in local elections as long as they have resided in D.C. for at least 30 days.

Russian Ministry of Defense and Intelligence Bureau (FSB) Shouting From Rooftops: Ukraine to Detonate 'Dirty' Nuclear Device

Russian Ministry of Defense and Intelligence Bureau (FSB) Shouting From Rooftops: Ukraine to Detonate 'Dirty' Nuclear Device | 24 Oct 2022 | According to a statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense (MoD), the detonation by Ukraine of some type of radioactive device, is now imminent. Ukraine is losing its war with Russia so badly, they are preparing to cause a doomsday radiation scenario to get NATO to come into the war on the side of Ukraine. According to Russia's MoD, the following additional acts will also be undertaken by Ukraine: Kakhovka Dam and Dnipro Dam will be blown up; a dirty nuclear bomb or tactical nuclear weapon will be detonated in Kherson; and all six Reactor units at the Zaporozhye Nuclear Plant will be blown up. If one or both these dams are blown up by Ukraine (or anyone else), they will release an unimaginable torrent of water, which will flood and destroy gigantic areas of land downstream. The primary area that will be wrecked by such a release of water will be Kherson, one of the four Oblasts (states) that recently voted to leave Ukraine and become part of Russia.

Arizona Sec of State State Hobbs, Dem governor nominee, showed up to office 19 days in past 6 months

Arizona Sec of State State Hobbs, Dem governor nominee, showed up to office 19 days in past 6 months --Hobbs’ absences from her state office have lasted weeks | 20 Oct 2022 | Arizona Secretary of State and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Katie Hobbs has only showed up to her state office 19 days in the past six months, records reveal. Between April 1 and Oct. 14, Hobbs has swiped her security badge at the Arizona state Capitol Building, which houses the secretary of state’s office, a total of 19 days, according to documents obtained through a public records request and shared with Fox News Digital. Just last week, Hobbs told local radio host Barry Markson that she is "actively involved" with her office while she continues to campaign for governor.

'I could drop dead tomorrow' - Biden

'I could drop dead tomorrow' - Biden [Don't tease us like that.] | 24 Oct 2022 | Joe Biden admitted he could "drop dead tomorrow" while trying to reassure American voters that he still has enough energy to run for office again in 2024. His comments come amid widespread concerns about his allegedly deteriorating health and regular gaffes. In a clip from an interview with MSNBC released on Sunday, Biden, 79, was asked what he would tell Americans that were not sure whether he should seek re-election because of his advanced age. "I think it's a legitimate thing to be concerned about anyone's age, including mine," he replied, describing himself as "a great respecter of fate." "I could get a disease tomorrow. I could, you know, drop dead tomorrow," he added.

Smith Says She'll End Alberta Health Services' Partnership With World Economic Forum

Smith Says She'll End Alberta Health Services' Partnership With World Economic Forum | 22 Oct 2022 | Alberta Premier Danielle Smith says she will end the partnership her province's health authority has with the World Economic Forum (WEF). Her remarks came during a livestream on Western Standard's "Question Period with Premier Danielle Smith" program on Oct. 21, where she said she holds the Alberta Health Services (AHS) accountable for its COVID-19 advice to the government of Alberta over the last two years, and that its ties with the WEF serve no purpose to the province. "I believe that Alberta Health Services is the source of a lot of problems that we've had," Smith said. "They signed some kind of partnership with the World Economic Forum right in the middle of the pandemic; we've got to address that. Why in the world do we have anything to do with the World Economic Forum? That's got to end."

Judge Strikes Down Controversial Clause in NY's New Election Laws

Judge Strikes Down Controversial Clause in NY's New Election Laws | 23 Oct 2022 | A New York state court judge on Friday struck down one controversial sentence in New York’s new election laws. New York Supreme Court Justice Dianne Freestone said the sentence deprived the rights of courts to rule on disputed ballots. The last sentence in Article 9-209(8)e of the 2022 Election Law--which has been amended recently by the Democrat-led state legislature--says: "In no event may a court order a ballot that has been counted to be uncounted." Freestone said the clause violated the Constitution and abandoned a long-time bipartisan tradition. "[It] abrogates both the right of an individual to seek judicial intervention of a contested 'qualified' ballot before it is opened and counted, and the right of the Court to judicially review same prior to canvassing," she wrote.

'The CDC should not be treating kids in low-income households as lab experiments' - SC attorney general joins other attorneys general opposing CDC's COVID-19 vaccine for kids

'The CDC should not be treating kids in low-income households as lab experiments' - SC attorney general joins other attorneys general opposing CDC's COVID-19 vaccine for kids | 22 Oct 2022 | South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson is joining 11 other attorneys general calling on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) not to include the COVID-19 vaccine on the list of child immunizations. The state chief legal officers slammed the ACIP for two votes taken at the October 2022 meetings this week, which occurred prior to the close of the public comment period. Joining Attorneys General Wilson and Jeff Landry of Louisiana in this letter to the CDC are the attorneys general from the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas. "It's important for South Carolinians to remember that this is a CDC recommendation. The CDC does not have the power to require this vaccine nor should it," said Attorney General Wilson said in a release. "This is a state decision, and I will oppose any effort to add the COVID-19 vaccine to the list of shots that children must get to go to school."... "The COVID-19 vaccine does not provide the same protection against life-threatening illnesses. Instead, it could put more kids at risk instead of protecting them, which is the purpose of the VCF," wrote the attorneys general in the letter. "The CDC should not be treating kids in low-income households as lab experiments. Nor should pharmaceutical companies be allowed to use low-income families as cash cows."

Lawyers Prepare to Sue Any State That Requires COVID-19 Vaccination to Attend School

Lawyers Prepare to Sue Any State That Requires COVID-19 Vaccination to Attend School | 22 Oct 2022 | Any state that requires COVID-19 vaccination to attend school will face a lawsuit, lawyers said this week. The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), run by TV host Del Bigtree, has pledged to finance up to 50 lawsuits, Aaron Siri, who frequently represents the group, said. "ICAN has told us it will financially support a challenge against any state. So, if all 50 states require it to attend school, ICAN will support challenging the mandate in every single one of those states," Siri told The Epoch Times... The pledge comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) advisory panel on Oct. 20 recommended adding COVID-19 vaccines to the child and adolescent immunization schedules. The CDC still has to accept the recommendation, but is expected to do so given its stance on vaccines throughout the pandemic.

Biden Says John Fetterman's Wife Will Make a 'Great Lady in the Senate'

Biden Says John Fetterman's Wife Will Make a 'Great Lady in the Senate' | 23 Oct 2022 | Joe Biden said on Oct. 20 that Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman's wife, Gisele Baretto Fetterman, will make a "great lady in the Senate." The remarks, apparently in error, were made while on a stop at the site of a bridge that collapsed last year in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania, where Biden touted his $1 trillion infrastructure bill... "John, thank you very much for running. I really do appreciate it," said Biden. "And Gisele, you're going to be a great, great lady in the Senate." The apparent gaffe was made amid ongoing questioning of John Fetterman's health and cognitive ability since he suffered a stroke in May days before the primary. His GOP opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz, has repeatedly questioned his ability to serve as senator if elected.

CDC Advisers Recommend Adding COVID-19 Vaccines to Childhood Immunization Schedule

CDC Advisers Recommend Adding COVID-19 Vaccines to Childhood Immunization Schedule | 21 Oct 2022 | Advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Oct. 20 recommended adding COVID-19 vaccines to the child and adolescent immunization schedules, despite the vaccines still being under emergency authorization for some children. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) cast the vote during a meeting on updating the schedules for youth and adults. All members voted to add the Moderna, Pfizer, and Novavax vaccines to the 2023 schedules, asserting that the vaccines, despite waning effectiveness, can still prevent severe disease. The Pfizer and Moderna bivalent boosters will also be added if ACIP's advice is taken. The CDC and partner groups review schedule recommendations from the ACIP. The American Academy of Family Physicians, one of the groups, said that it would review the ACIP's recommendation.

Experts Uncover Evidence that Voting Machines in Wisconsin Were Connected to NGO During 2020 Election

Experts Uncover Evidence that Voting Machines in Wisconsin Were Connected to NGO During 2020 Election | 22 Oct 2022 | As the days go by, we find more and more information that the 2020 Election was not secure and as a result, it was uncertifiable... Yesterday, it was reported that experts in Wisconsin determined that the voting machines used in the 2020 election in the state were shared with a nongovernment entity (NGO) in real-time. This may be the most shocking piece of information on fraudulent election activities to date. Wisconsin State Rep. Janel Brandtjen released a statement on this shocking news on Friday. "State Representative Janel Brandtjen (R-Menomonee Falls) has received credible information from a Wisconsin-based watchdog group indicating that tabulators in Wisconsin were not only connected to the internet, but the machines were connected to an unofficial IP address belonging to WiscNet..."

D.C. Judge Sentences Steve Bannon to 4 Months in Prison, $6,500 Fine - Judge Will Release Bannon for Now - November 15 Deadline

D.C. Judge Sentences Steve Bannon to 4 Months in Prison, $6,500 Fine - Judge Will Release Bannon for Now - November 15 Deadline | 21 Oct 2022 | Steve Bannon was sentenced today by Judge Carl Nichols in a Washington, D.C., courtroom to four months in federal prison. Judge Carl Nichols lectured Steve Bannon before sentencing him for not speaking in Pelosi-Cheney Show Trial. Steve was sentenced to four months in prison and a $6,500 fine. He will be permitted to "voluntarily surrender" to serve his prison term.

FBI, military police responding to 'barricade situation' at U.S. Army's Fort Belvoir, officials say

FBI, military police responding to 'barricade situation' at U.S. Army's Fort Belvoir, officials say --Officials said the "situation is ongoing" and they "cannot comment further at this time." | 23 Oct 2022 | The FBI and military police are responding Sunday to an ongoing "barricade situation" at the U.S. Army's Fort Belvoir, Virginia, officials said. "Fort Belvoir law enforcement officials & the FBI Washington Field Office's National Capital Response Squad responded with local law enforcement partners to a barricade situation at Fort Belvoir Sunday morning," according to the Twitter account for Fort Belvoir. Officials said the "situation is ongoing" and they "cannot comment further at this time." Law enforcement rushed to Fort Belvoir after police scanner reports stated that a man with a gun was barricaded inside of a home on the base, D.C. outlet WUSA9 reported. [Update: A uspect is in custody after FBI agents and military police responded Sunday to a 7-hour-long "barricade situation" at the U.S. Army's Fort Belvoir, Virginia, officials said.]

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