Election Software CEO Surrenders to LA Authorities; Prosecutors Allege 'Massive Data Breach'

Election Software CEO Surrenders to LA Authorities; Prosecutors Allege 'Massive Data Breach' | 17 Oct 2022 | Los Angeles prosecutors on Oct. 14 accused the CEO of a Michigan-based election software company of involvement in a "massive" data breach affecting at least a thousand victims, including minors. Eugene Yu, 64, who heads Konnech, a company that provides software to electoral districts for the management of poll workers, was charged with the felony crime of embezzlement of public funds. He appeared in a Los Angeles County court on Oct. 14. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office has accused Yu of stealing personal identifying information of poll workers. The office alleged that such data was stored on servers in China, in violation of Konnech's contract with Los Angeles County. Superior Court of Los Angeles County Judge Victoria Wilson ruled that Yu be released on a $500,000 bond and remain under house arrest until his next hearing, which is set for Nov. 17.

Experts slam Boston lab where scientists have created a new deadly Covid strain with an 80% kill rate

Experts slam Boston lab where scientists have created a new deadly Covid strain with an 80% kill rate --"This is playing with fire - it could spark a lab-generated pandemic" --Researchers added Omicron's spike protein to the original Wuhan Covid strain --Omicron's spike is highly mutated which made it the most infectious variant ever --Eight in 10 mice infected with the lab-created strain died at Boston University lab | 17 Oct 2022 | Boston University scientists were today condemned for 'playing with fire' after it emerged they had created a lethal new Covid strain in a laboratory. DailyMail.com revealed the team had made a hybrid virus -- combining Omicron and the original Wuhan strain -- that killed 80 per cent of mice in a study. The revelation exposes how dangerous virus manipulation research continues to go on even in the US, despite fears similar practices may have started the pandemic. Professor Shmuel Shapira, a leading scientist in the Israeli Government, said: 'This should be totally forbidden, it's playing with fire.' Gain of function research - when viruses are purposefully manipulated to be more infectious or deadly - is thought to be at the center of Covid's origin.

Giant 2,554-pound pumpkin breaks New York, U.S., and North American record as 'heaviest pumpkin'

Giant 2,554-pound pumpkin breaks New York, U.S., and North American record as 'heaviest pumpkin' | 6 Oct 2022 | There's a new national record for the heaviest pumpkin. The Great Pumpkin Farm -- a fall festival in Clarence, New York -- declared a 2,554-pound pumpkin as a three-time record breaker on Saturday, Oct. 1. In Facebook posts, festival organizers wrote that the pumpkin broke a statewide and continental record. The giant fruit also broke the national record of 2,528 pounds, which was achieved in 2018 by Steve Geddes of Boscawen, New Hampshire, according to the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth, a global organization dedicated to pumpkin-growing hobbyists.

Ukraine attacked Donetsk with American missiles – mayor

Ukraine attacked Donetsk with American missiles – mayor --HIMARS were used to strike the city's administration building, local authorities claim | 16 Oct 2022 | Ukrainian forces [Biden's Nazis, sociopaths, and terrorists] have carried out a strike on Donetsk using the US-made HIMARS multiple rocket launch system, with one missile hitting the city administration building, local authorities claimed on Sunday. According to the territorial defense of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR), four people were wounded during the shelling. Alexey Kulemzin, the mayor of Donetsk, posted a video on his Telegram account depicting a pile of rubble around what appeared to be the city administration. Another clip uploaded by Kulemzin shows extensive damage to the building, as well as several wrecked and charred cars nearby.

Electric Vehicles Catching Fire After Hurricane 'Not an Isolated Event' - Federal Traffic Safety Authority

Electric Vehicles Catching Fire After Hurricane 'Not an Isolated Event' - Federal Traffic Safety Authority --Fire teams may need more support to prepare for inevitable fires and expressed that it may not be a question of "if," but "when." | 15 Oct 2022 | Incidents of electric vehicles (EVs) catching fire after being submerged in saltwater are not uncommon, a federal traffic safety authority said. "We are tracking Florida EV fires through news reports, fire department social media sites, and other sources, and we can confirm your experience in North Collier with reignition is not an isolated event," the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wrote in a letter to Jimmy Patronis, the chief financial officer of Florida Department of Financial Services. NHTSA made the statement in response to a letter from Patronis. Patronis mentioned in his letter to the traffic safety agency an incident in North Collier, Florida, where an EV ignited and kept re-igniting after Hurricane Ian.

'This is inappropriate behavior': 'Creepy' Joe Biden caught on video touching girl, giving her dating advice

'This is inappropriate behavior': 'Creepy' Joe Biden caught on video touching girl, giving her dating advice | 15 Oct 2022 | A new video of Joe Biden touching a girl has surfaced. On Friday, Joe Biden made an appearance at Irvine Valley College in Irvine, California. Biden spoke to the small crowd about lowering costs for American families with a focus on health care. Reporter Kalen D'Almeida from TPUSA's Frontlines captured the moment that Biden touched the girl at the community college. The girl appears to pose for a photo with the president [sic] - who is directly behind her. Biden then slides his left hand on her shoulder. Biden leans in and gives the girl dating advice, "Now, a very important thing I told me daughter and granddaughters - no serious guys until you're 30."

Sweden Opts Out of Joint Probe Into Nord Stream Leak, Refuses to Share Findings, Citing National Security

Sweden Opts Out of Joint Probe Into Nord Stream Leak, Refuses to Share Findings, Citing National Security | 15 Oct 2022 | Sweden has opted out of a proposal to set up a formal joint investigation team with Denmark and Germany to investigate the recent leaks of the Russian-owned pipelines Nord Stream 1 and 2. Mats Ljungqvist, the Swedish prosecutor involved in the country's criminal investigation of the leaks in the Swedish economic zone, told Reuters that the country would not join a Joint Investigation Team from the judicial co-operation agency Eurojust. Such teams are established for a fixed period that's typically 12–24 months. Doing so would mean that Sweden would have to share information from its own probe into the Nord Stream leaks that it has withheld saying the information is confidential. Ljungqvist told Reuters that the information subject to confidentiality is "directly linked to national security."

Hundreds of Duplicate Voters Found in Minnesota, Millions of New York Voter Registrations Lack Proper ID

Hundreds of Duplicate Voters Found in Minnesota, Millions of New York Voter Registrations Lack Proper ID | 13 Oct 2022 | An election integrity group has filed six lawsuits in Minnesota after finding 515 duplicate registrants on the state's voter rolls. Per Just the News, conservative nonprofit Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) filed the lawsuits in Nicollet, Dakota, Hennepin, Olmstead, Todd, and Ramsey counties. One of the duplicate voters, PILF President J. Christian Adams told the outlet, is a convicted child sex offender living in a mental hospital who "managed to cast two ballots in the 2020 election." Additionally, PILF announced in a press release last week that 3.1 million registered voters in New York lacked personal identifying information, making it difficult for the state to maintain its voter rolls.

Alaska's snow crab season canceled for the first time ever, officials perplexed by mysterious disappearance of 1 billion crabs

Alaska's snow crab season canceled for the first time ever, officials perplexed by mysterious disappearance of 1 billion crabs | 15 Oct 2022 | A mysterious disappearance of an estimated 1 billion snow crabs has forced Alaska to cancel the winter snow crab season -- the first time in state history. On Monday, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) canceled the entire 2022-2023 snow crab season. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game declared, "The stock is estimated to be below the ADF&G regulatory threshold for opening a fishery. Therefore, Bering Sea snow crab will remain closed for the 2022/23 season." For the second year in a row, ADF&G officials canceled the Bristol Bay red king crab harvest for the 2022-2023 season. There has been a sudden and dramatic plunge in crab stocks in the region.

European Prosecutor Investigating COVID-19 Vaccines

European Prosecutor Investigating COVID-19 Vaccines | 14 Oct 2022 | A European prosecutor said October 14 it is investigating COVID-19 vaccines. The European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) said it has an "ongoing investigation into the acquisition of COVID-19 vaccines in the European Union." "This exceptional confirmation comes after the extremely high public interest. No further details will be made public at this stage," the office said in a statement. The office declined to answer questions about the investigation, including whether the probe spans the entire European Union (EU) or only certain countries.

Trump Criticizes Jan. 6 Committee Over Vote to Subpoena Him, Set to Respond Friday

Trump Criticizes Jan. 6 Committee Over Vote to Subpoena Him, Set to Respond Friday | 14 Oct 2022 | Former President Donald Trump on Oct. 13 denounced the Jan. 6 committee, after the Democrat-dominated panel voted ​unanimously to subpoena him. "Why didn't the Unselect Committee ask me to testify months ago? Why did they wait until the very end, the final moments of their last meeting?" Trump wrote on his Truth Social account. "Because the Committee is a total 'BUST' that has only served to further divide our Country which, by the way, is doing very badly--A laughing stock all over the World?" Rep. Liz Cheney ("R"-Wyo.), the ranking member of the committee, submitted a resolution to subpoena Trump, which was then passed in a 9–0 vote. The panel has been holding hearings to investigate the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Trump also said on Truth Social that the committee "knowingly failed to examine the massive voter fraud which took place during the 2020 Presidential Election--The reason for what took place on January 6th." "The Unselect Committee is a giant Scam, presided over by a group of Radical Left losers, and two failed Republicans, the likes of which our Country has rarely seen before," Trump added. "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" In a final post just before midnight, Trump said he will be "putting out my response to the Unselect Committee of political Hacks & Thugs" at 8 a.m. on Oct. 14. [Read the Trump letter.]

White House admits to pushing Saudi Arabia to postpone oil cuts until after midterms

Biden's election interference: White House admits to pushing Saudi Arabia to postpone oil cuts until after midterms | 13 Oct 2022 | The Biden regime admitted Thursday it had asked Saudi Arabia to delay the OPEC+ vote to cut oil production until the cartel's next meeting -- after the midterm elections. "We presented Saudi Arabia with analysis to show that there was no market basis to cut production targets, and that they could easily wait for the next OPEC meeting to see how things developed," National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said in a statement. The Riyadh-led group of oil producers' next meeting is scheduled for Dec. 4, according to the OPEC website.

Jan. 6 committee votes to subpoena former President Donald Trump

Jan. 6 committee votes to subpoena former President Donald Trump | 13 Oct 2022 | The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on protest at the Capitol voted unanimously Thursday to subpoena former President Donald Trump. Members of the panel, which held what was expected to be its final hearing before the midterm elections Thursday, had previously said they were still considering seeking an interview with Trump or former Vice President Mike Pence. Sources familiar with the committee's plans told NBC News about the subpoena earlier Thursday. The panel's chair, Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said the committee had an "obligation" to hear from Trump.

Manchin popularity drops precipitously in West Virginia

Manchin popularity drops precipitously in West Virginia --The change in his approval rating could be rooted in his recent support for some of Joe Biden's policy agendas. | 23 Oct 2022 | Sen. Joe Manchin's approval rating dropped by double digits in his home state of West Virginia, which makes him one of the most unpopular senators, according to a recent Morning Consult poll. Only 42% of registered voters approve of Manchin and 51% disapprove after the senator lost a lot of support from Republicans and independents. In a poll during the first quarter of 2022, his approval rating was close to 60% and his disapproval rating was less than 40%. The change in his approval rating could be rooted in his recent support for some of President Joe Biden’s policy agendas.

Gen Z canceled the 'hostile' thumbs-up emoji and wants to ban these 9 others

Gen Z canceled the 'hostile' thumbs-up emoji and wants to ban these 9 others | 12 Oct 2022 | Buckle up -- cancel culture has officially come for emojis. Gen Zers are calling out the popular thumbs-up emoji for being "rude" and "hostile," even saying they feel attacked whenever they see it used in the workplace. After a Reddit poster confessed to being "not adult enough to be comfortable with the thumbs-up emoji reaction," others chimed in to agree and to call out other common emojis such as the red heart. "For younger people, the thumbs-up emoji is used to be really passive-aggressive," a 24-year-old Redditor wrote. "It's super rude if someone just sends you a thumbs up," they added.

Mayorkas knew border agents did not whip migrants before repeating false claims, emails show

Mayorkas knew border agents did not whip migrants before repeating false claims, emails show | 12 Oct 2022 |Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was told last year that there was no evidence Border Patrol agents had "whipped" or "strapped" Haitian migrants at the US-Mexico border -- hours before he bolstered President Biden’s lies about the incident at a press conference. A Sept. 24, 2021, email to Mayorkas from Marsha Espinosa, assistant secretary of DHS public affairs, highlighted an interview with the photographer who captured agents on horseback trying to corral migrants and block them from entering the US near Del Rio, Texas, according to Fox News. Lensman Paul Ratje had told an interviewer that he did not witness the agents harming the migrants, but Mayorkas did not contradict Biden’s false narrative as he stood next to him at the White House podium.

Inflation increased 0.4% in September, more than expected despite rate hikes

Inflation increased 0.4% in September, more than expected despite rate hikes --The yearly gain for core was the highest since August 1982. | 13 Oct 2022 | Prices consumers pay for a wide variety of goods and services rose more than expected in September as inflation pressures continued to weigh on the U.S. economy. The consumer price index increased 0.4% for the month, more than the 0.3% Dow Jones estimate, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. On a 12-month basis, so-called headline inflation was up 8.2%, off its peak around 9% in June but still hovering near the highest levels since the early 1980s. Excluding volatile food and energy prices, core CPI was even higher for the month, accelerating 0.6% against the Dow Jones estimate for a 0.4% increase. Core inflation was up 6.6% from a year ago, the biggest 12-month gain since August 1982.

U.S. Department of Defense issued a contract for COVID-19 research to a company in Ukraine - 3 months before COVID-19 was known to exist

U.S. Department of Defense issued a contract for COVID-19 research to a company in Ukraine - 3 months before COVID-19 was known to exist | 13 Oct 2022 | The world first started to hear about a novel coronavirus in Wuhan China in early January 2020. Yet it wasn't until February 11 that the records of the World Health Organization prove that new virus was named "COVID-19." So with the official records proving this, why does United States Government data show that the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) awarded a contract on November 12, 2019, to Labyrinth Global Health Inc. for "COVID-19 Research?" November 12...at least one month before the emergence of the virus, and three months before it was officially named Covid-19? Also, the government contract awarded on November 12, 2019, for "COVID-19 Research" stipulated it was to take place in -- Ukraine -- as part of a much larger contract for a "Biological threat reduction program in Ukraine."

3 Philadelphia Police SWAT officers shot serving warrant; suspect killed

3 Philadelphia Police SWAT officers shot serving warrant; suspect killed --The officers are hospitalized in stable condition. | 12 Oct 2022 | Three SWAT officers serving an arrest warrant were wounded and a suspect was killed after gunfire erupted Wednesday morning in North Philadelphia. It happened around 6:30 a.m. in the 800 block of N. 10th Street near Brown Street. Officers were serving a warrant on a suspect wanted for homicide and other violent offenses. Police sources identified the suspect as 19-year-old Raheem Lee. According to police, Lee fired at officers through a door and a window.

2 police officers fatally shot, 1 seriously wounded in Bristol, Connecticut

2 police officers fatally shot, 1 seriously wounded in Bristol, Connecticut --3 officers shot in Bristol, CT, police shooting | 13 Oct 2022 | Two police officers were fatally shot and a third wounded while responding to a domestic violence call in Connecticut, authorities said Thursday, amid an exceptionally violent week for officers across the country. The suspected shooter was also killed, and the shooter's brother was wounded in the gunfire Wednesday night in Bristol, state police said. The wounded officer was taken to a hospital with "serious injuries." Officers responded to the domestic violence call at about 10:30 p.m., and were met by an individual outside the home, Sgt. Christine Jeltema of the state police said. "Shots were fired, fatally wounding one officer on scene," Jeltema said. A second officer died at a hospital, and the third officer taken to a hospital underwent surgery.

The WEF's Programs for Infiltration: The Young Global Leaders, Global Shapers and New Champions

The WEF's Programs for Infiltration: The Young Global Leaders, Global Shapers and New Champions By Derrick Broze | 12 Oct 2022 | In recent months, the World Economic Forum's Young Global Leaders, Global Shapers, and New Champions have gathered in support of the Davos mission. Who exactly are these groups and what do they represent? While the World Economic Forum's Young Global Leaders program has become familiar to many people in recent months, equally important and influential programs such as the Global Shapers and New Champions are less well known... Unlimited Hangout investigator Johnny Vedmore recently released a must-read investigation into the YGL which definitively proves that Klaus Schwab's mentor, Henry Kissinge...was the mastermind behind the creation of the YGL initiative. The report also highlights the now obvious purpose of this and similar organizations. Vedmore writes: "Klaus Schwab became the heir to Henry Kissinger's most important project, the infiltration of individuals and organizations in countries around the world with the aim of creating globalist-aligned governments built within the framework of an outdated and soulless conceptualization of American imperialism."

Biden says son Beau 'lost his life in Iraq' during Colorado speech

Biden says son Beau 'lost his life in Iraq' during Colorado speech --Beau Biden died in 2015 as a result of brain cancer | 13 Oct 2022 | Joe Biden erroneously said that his son, Beau, "lost his life in Iraq" during a speech in Colorado on Wednesday. "I say this as a father of a man and won the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service medal, and lost his life in Iraq," Biden said. Beau died of brain cancer in 2015. Biden made the speech on Wednesday near Vail, Colorado, where he designated Camp Hale as a national monument. Biden said in a 2019 speech that he believes Beau's "exposure to burn pits" in Iraq.

CT State Police: Three Officers Shot in Bristol

CT State Police: Three Officers Shot in Bristol | 13 Oct 2022 | Connecticut State Police say they are responding to the Redstone Hill Road area in Bristol for reports of an officer-involved shooting. State Police say three officers have been shot. Lifestar also confirmed to Channel 3 that they responded to the area.

Wokeness at Its Worst: JPMorgan Chase Kicks Kanye West to the Curb Following Tucker Interview, 'White Lives Matter' T-Shirts in Paris, Controversial Twitter Post

Wokeness at Its Worst: JPMorgan Chase Kicks Kanye West to the Curb Following Tucker Interview, 'White Lives Matter' T-Shirts in Paris, Controversial Twitter Post | 12 Oct 2022 | Last week, Kanye West and Candace Owens wore "White Lives Matter" T-shirts at a fashion show in Paris. Kanye or "Ye" then went on for an hour-long video interview with Tucker Carlson where he talked about Christ, racism, his career, his goals, etc. On Sunday Kanye West tweeted out that he wanted to go "death con 3" on Jews. This got him banned from Twitter. Today, Kanye "Ye" West received a letter from JPMorgan Chase Bank informing him that they were closing his accounts.

Bank of America Cancels Popular Conservative Twitter User Catturd's Bank Account

Bank of America Cancels Popular Conservative Twitter User Catturd's Bank Account | 12 Oct 2022 | Earlier today JPMorgan Chase Bank kicked out outspoken singer-rapper Kanye "Ye" West and told him they were going to shut down his bank accounts. They were upset with Kanye's social media posts and his T-shirt choice at a Paris fashion show. That was this afternoon. This evening Bank of America canceled popular conservative Twitter user Catturd's podcast account. No reason was given.

Pennsylvania will disregard U.S. Supreme Court and count undated mail-in ballots

OMG: Pennsylvania will disregard U.S. Supreme Court and count undated mail-in ballots | 12 Oct 2022 | A top election official in Pennsylvania says the state will disregard the U.S. Supreme Court's guidance on counting mail-in ballots arriving in envelopes with typos or incorrect dates, saying that the state's Commonwealth Court has already established the practice as licit. Pennsylvania's election laws have historically required voters to include a signature and date on the outside of return envelopes when voting by mail. However, acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman announced that Pennsylvania election officials should continue counting ballots that arrive with improperly filled-out envelopes, in accordance with the Commonwealth Court's previous ruling on the matter...The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the prior decision is moot, returning to the established election laws.

Tulsi Gabbard to Stump for GOP Candidate a Day After Leaving Democratic Party

Tulsi Gabbard to Stump for GOP Candidate a Day After Leaving Democratic Party | 12 Oct 2022 | Former 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, who left the Democratic Party this week, will campaign for a Republican Senate candidate ahead of the 2022 midterms. Retired Army Gen. Don Bolduc, who won the Republican primary and is campaigning against Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.), confirmed in a statement Wednesday that Gabbard will be stumping for him. "We don't agree on every issue, but I am honored to have the support of Tulsi Gabbard who shares my view that the status quo is broken, and we need a change of direction," Bolduc said in a statement. "Tulsi is a fellow change agent and independent-minded outsider willing to speak truth to power." Bolduc, notably, was endorsed by former President Donald Trump earlier this year.

George Soros provides another $1M boost to Stacey Abrams's candidacy

Great Reset dirt-bags helping each other: George Soros provides another $1M boost to Stacey Abrams's candidacy --One Georgia Inc. has now received $3.5 million from Soros for 2022 gubernatorial election | 12 Oct 2022 | Liberal billionaire George Soros dropped another $1 million into Georgia to boost Stacey Abrams's gubernatorial run, campaign finance records reviewed by Fox News Digital show. Soros's Democracy PAC II, a federal committee bankrolled by $125 million from the financier, sent the cash to One Georgia Inc. on Sept. 30, according to state filings. One Georgia Inc. is a leadership committee chaired by Abrams and used to aid her candidacy, and it also shares an address and treasurer with her campaign. Soros's latest contribution follows the $2.5 million he pushed into the committee between March and June, bringing his support for the group to $3.5 million and putting him among its largest donors.

Pfizer Exec Admits COVID Vaccine Was Not Tested for Preventing Transmission

Pfizer Exec Admits COVID Vaccine Was Not Tested for Preventing Transmission | 12 Oct 2022 | A Pfizer executive said Monday that neither she nor other Pfizer officials knew whether its COVID-19 vaccine would stop transmission before entering the market last year. Member of the European Parliament, Rob Roos, asked during a session: "Was the Pfizer COVID vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market? Did we know about stopping immunization before it entered the market?" Pfizer's Janine Small, president of international developed markets, said in response: "No...You know, we had to...really move at the speed of science to know what is taking place in the market." Roos, of the Netherlands, argued in a Twitter video Monday that following Small's comments to him, millions of people around the world were duped by pharmaceutical companies and governments. "Millions of people worldwide felt forced to get vaccinated because of the myth that 'you do it for others,'" Roos said. "Now, this turned out to be a cheap lie" and "should be exposed," he added.

NATO prepares for nuclear drills

NATO prepares for nuclear drills --Canceling the exercise would send a "very wrong signal" to Russia, the military alliance's chief said | 11 Oct 2022 | NATO has confirmed that it's sticking to plans for its annual nuclear drill, even as the escalating Russia-Ukraine conflict spurs fears of a direct and catastrophic confrontation between Moscow and the Western military bloc. "This is routine training, which happens every year, to keep our deterrent safe, secure and effective," NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg told reporters on Tuesday. The exercise, known as Steadfast Noon, will be held next week. It typically brings together dozens of aircraft from member nations and practices a nuclear strike mission. The jets typically don't carry live warheads. [We hope.] Joe Biden warned last week that Russia and the West face a greater threat of nuclear "Armageddon" than at any time since the Cuban Missile Crisis 40 years ago.

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