UK intelligence plotted Crimean Bridge bombing - The Grayzone

UK intelligence plotted Crimean Bridge bombing - The Grayzone --Months ago, British operatives reportedly studied ways to blow up the strategic bridge | 11 Oct 2022 | UK intelligence officials apparently commissioned a study in April examining ways to blow up Russia's Crimea Bridge, The Grayzone has reported. The secret plot was drawn up at the request of senior British Army intelligence operative Chris Donnelly, the Grayzone reported on Tuesday, citing internal documents and correspondence that the investigative journalism outlet obtained from an unidentified source. The stated goal was to destroy the bridge to cut off a key Russian supply route, isolate military forces in Crimea and temporarily block maritime access to the Sea of Azov. The attack roadmap was titled, "Audacious: Support for Ukraine Maritime Raiding Operations," and it was produced by UK military veteran Hugh Ward, according to the documents obtained by Grayzone.

Fat Bear Week winner crowned after cheating scandal

Fat Bear Week winner crowned after cheating scandal --Bear 747 is an exceptionally large animal that was crowned winner of Fat Bear Week in 2020. | 11 Oct 2022 | After a six-day battle and vast amounts of salmon, Fat Bear Week has a winner. Brown bear 747, tipping the scales at an estimated 1,400lbs (635kg), won 68,105 votes, beating Bear 901 with 56,876 votes. The result marks an end to Fat Bear Week 2022, which saw people from around the world vote for the fattest bruin at Alaska's Katmai National Park. The chow down spotlights the park's famous brown bears as they feed in preparation for winter hibernation. "It appears someone has decided to spam the Fat Bear Week poll, but fortunately it is easy for us to tell which votes are fraudulent," tweeted Katmai National Park on Sunday. [That's adorable. Too bad the same couldn't be done in the aftermath of the 2020 election.]

Gates Foundation pledges $200 million for international digital IDs

Gates Foundation pledges $200 million for international digital IDs --"Of all the other means of identifying and tracking subjects, digital identity poses perhaps the gravest technological threat to individual liberty yet conceived," said [CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald. | 10 Oct 2022 | The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has been revealed to have pledged $1.27 billion in funding toward achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with a portion of this going towards invasive technologies. In a press release issued on September 21, following the United Nations General Assembly week, the foundation stated that $200 million of this sizable fund would be going towards expanding "Digital Public Infrastructure." ...Speaking with The Defender shortly after this monetary pledge, Michael Rectenwald, author of Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom, warned of the negative consequences of digital identifications. "Of all the other means of identifying and tracking subjects, digital identity poses perhaps the gravest technological threat to individual liberty yet conceived," he said. "It has the potential to trace, track and surveil subjects and to compile a complete record of all activity, from cradle to grave. Digital identity will serve as a means of coercion and enforced compliance with the outrageous demands of a vaccine regime that will have no end," he added.

Tulsi Gabbard Leaves the Democratic Party - 'Elitist Cabal of Warmongers'

Tulsi Gabbard Leaves the Democratic Party - 'Elitist Cabal of Warmongers' | 11 Oct 2022 | Tulsi Gabbard is officially leaving the Democratic party. Gabbard said she "can no longer remain in today's Democratic party" and that the Democrat party "is now under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers." Gabbard sought the Democrat presidential nomination in 2020 and retired from the House of Representatives in 2021. She did not announce she was joining the Republican party.

NATO once 'lost' underwater drone under Nord Stream, Gazprom reminds

NATO once 'lost' underwater drone under Nord Stream, Gazprom reminds | 11 Oct 2022 | The US-led NATO alliance has been very active in waters around Nord Stream and once even managed to "lose" an armed underwater drone right under the pipeline, a Gazprom spokesman has said. "On November 6, 2015, a NATO underwater mine destroyer 'Seafox' was discovered during a scheduled visual inspection of the Nord Stream gas pipeline," Sergey Kupriyanov told Rossiya 24 on Monday. The device was found resting on the seabed at a depth of 40m between the Nord Stream pipelines, almost directly under one of them, Kupriyanov said. The incident, which received limited media coverage at the time, prompted a brief halt in gas deliveries, while the drone was ultimately recovered by the Swedish military.

Colorado: 30,000 foreign residents got vote registration mailer

Colorado: 30,000 foreign residents got vote registration mailer | 10 Oct 2022 | Colorado's secretary of state office says it mistakenly sent postcards to about 30,000 noncitizens encouraging them to register to vote, blaming the error on a database glitch related to the state's list of residents with driver's licenses. The office of Democratic Secretary of State Jena Griswold insisted none of the noncitizens will be allowed to register to vote if they try. The news comes at a time of widespread skepticism -- often unfounded -- of voting integrity following the 2020 presidential election and as Griswold, who has touted her role as a national advocate for secure elections, seeks reelection in the November midterms. Colorado's Republican Party chair, Kristi Burton Brown, condemned Griswold for the error, saying in a Monday statement: "Jena Griswold continues to make easily avoidable errors just before ballots go out" by mail on Oct. 17.

Federal Reserve announces major 'pilot exercise' for ESG social credit score system

Federal Reserve announces major 'pilot exercise' for ESG social credit score system By Jordan Schachtel | 30 Sept 2022 | The Federal Reserve has taken a major step in the direction of facilitating an ESG compliant monetary network that effectively acts as a parallel system to that of the Chinese Communist Party’s infamous social credit scoring system. The Fed said in a statement Thursday: "Six of the nation's largest banks will participate in a pilot climate scenario analysis exercise designed to enhance the ability of supervisors and firms to measure and manage climate-related financial risks. Scenario analysis--in which the resilience of financial institutions is assessed under different hypothetical climate scenarios--is an emerging tool to assess climate-related financial risks, and there will be no capital or supervisory implications from the pilot." In other words, The Fed is working with the big banks to monitor their ability to comply with the ruling class's preferred enviro statist technocratic tyranny... ESG acts as a trojan horse for the continuing centralization of the American financial system.

US doesn't owe Zelensky 'a damn thing' - congressman

US doesn't owe Zelensky 'a damn thing' - congressman | 10 Oct 2022 | US Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) has called on Washington to cut foreign aid to Ukraine, which he argued is being used to fund a conflict that the US should have "no involvement in." On Capitol Hill, a number of Republican lawmakers have condemned Joe Biden's open checkbook for Kiev. "NO MORE Foreign Aid, especially not to fund a war that we should have NO involvement in," Gosar tweeted on Sunday. "Biden and his crime family may owe Zelensky, but America doesn't owe him a damn thing," the lawmaker added. A staunch anti-interventionist and a member of the Republican Party's unofficial "America First Caucus," Gosar has emerged as one of the loudest critics of the Biden administration's Ukraine policy. The Arizona congressman voted against a $40 billion military and economic aid package for Kiev in May, and against a spending bill offering Kiev another $12 billion last month.

Small business group sues over Biden's $420 billion student loan forgiveness plan

Small business group sues over Biden's $420 billion student loan forgiveness plan | 10 Oct 2022 | The Job Creators Network Foundation (JCNF) Legal Action Fund (LAF) filed a lawsuit on Monday challenging the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness program as an over-reach of executive powers. The lawsuit on behalf of two plaintiffs seeks to block the program from being implemented on the ground that it "violates the Administrative Procedure Act's notice-and-comment procedures." The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget has projected that the cost of the program will be $420 billion. The budget watchdog group also estimated that most of the benefits from Biden's student loan forgiveness program will be "those in the top half of the income spectrum." The formal complaint was filed in the District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division.

Canadian Woman Dies Seven Minutes After Getting COVID Booster

Canadian Woman Dies Seven Minutes After Getting COVID Booster | 9 Oct 2022 | A sixty-nine-year-old woman died on Sept. 14, 2022, in Saskatoon (Saskatchewan), Canada, seven minutes after getting a booster dose of a COVID shot at a Shoppers Drug Mart. Carol Diane Pierce, who was reportedly healthy, received the booster and was waiting during the required 15-minute period of observation before leaving the drugstore when she suddenly collapsed on the floor. "My mom text me right after she got the shot to let me know she was waiting the 15 minute and I text her back," said Pierce's daughter Stephanie Foster. "She text me at 12:31 pm and said she was waiting her 15 minutes. At 12:38 pm she was unconscious in [the drug store]. It was right after then that they say 'she dropped dead before she hit the floor' in Shoppers Drug Mart. That is what the docs have told us."

Multiple Missiles Descending on Different Regions of Ukraine, Local Media Reports

Breaking: Multiple Missiles Descending on Different Regions of Ukraine, Local Media Reports --Several explosions reported in the center of Kiev, according to Ukrainian media. | 10 Oct 2022 | Ukrainian media claims that several explosions have been heard in Kiev, and information about the blasts was confirmed by the city's mayor, Vitali Klitschko. Videos posted on social media show black smoke rising from several areas in Kiev. "Four explosions were heard in Kiev. There are also reports of air defenses operating in the Kiev region...After the explosions, smoke was noticed in the city," the UNIAN news agency reports on its Telegram channel. According to Kiev's mayor, Vitali Klitschko, explosions were heard in the city's center. Anton Gerashchenko, the adviser to Ukraine's Minister of Internal Affairs, wrote on Twitter that one of the rockets in Kiev fell near the monument to Mikhail Grushevsky in Vladimirskaya Street. Ukraine's security services are in this street and the office of President Volodymyr Zelensky is nearby.

Central Kiev hit by missile strikes

Breaking: Central Kiev hit by missile strikes - officials --One of the missiles reportedly landed on the street where the country's main spy agency is located | 10 Oct 2022 | Central Kiev was shelled on Monday morning, officials say. "There were several explosions in the Shevchenko District, in the center of the capital. All emergency services have been deployed," Mayor Vitaly Klitschko wrote on his Telegram channel. Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to the interior minister, said that a missile struck Vladimirskaya Street, where the main office of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) is based. Gerashchenko shared videos on Telegram showing clouds of smoke rising above the skyline, and said that several civilian vehicles were destroyed.

Central Kiev hit by missile strikes

Breaking: Central Kiev hit by missile strikes - officials --One of the missiles reportedly landed on the street where the country's main spy agency is located | 10 Oct 2022 | Central Kiev was shelled on Monday morning, officials say. "There were several explosions in the Shevchenko District, in the center of the capital. All emergency services have been deployed," Mayor Vitaly Klitschko wrote on his Telegram channel. Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to the interior minister, said that a missile struck Vladimirskaya Street, where the main office of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) is based.

Ukraine is preparing a law on full control over the media, as the last vestiges of press freedom disappear in Kiev

The U.S. is backing a full-blown totalitarian Nazi regime: Ukraine is preparing a law on full control over the media, as the last vestiges of press freedom disappear in Kiev --A bill approved by the Verkhovna Rada will finally finish off freedom of speech in Ukraine | 9 Oct 2022 | While fierce battles continue to rage between the Ukrainian and Russian armies in Donbass, Kherson Region, and Zaporozhye, the Kiev regime is busy eradicating the last vestiges of freedom of speech in the country. On August 30, Ukraine's rubber-stamp parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, passed a bill on the media at the first reading. Despite the numerous changes that the 300-page document has undergone since President Vladimir Zelensky's team developed and submitted it a few years ago, its essence remains unchanged. If it becomes law, the authorities' power over virtually all outlets will be essentially limitless. The main danger this bill presents is that it grants government agencies the authority to block internet resources without any court proceedings, and revoke licenses from broadcast and print media solely on the basis of complaints. This huge power would be vested in the National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting.

Ukraine blows up border bridges with Belarus - Minsk

Ukraine blows up border bridges with Belarus - Minsk --The move comes a day after Belarus accused Ukraine of plotting a strike on its territory | 9 Oct 2022 | Ukrainian forces have destroyed almost all bridges and mined the roads along the border with Belarus, Anatoly Lappo, chairman of the State Border Committee of Belarus, said on Sunday. Minsk has accused Kiev of planning imminent strikes on its territory. "Today, almost all border bridges have been blown up, and automobile and railway border routes are completely mined,” Lappo told Belarusian TV, according to Russia's Interfax news agency. Ukrainian forces have fortified the border "to the extent that they put anti-tank mines in three rows on the roads," Lappo said.

'Dilbert' creator says 77 newspapers canceled comic strip as it tackles woke culture

'Dilbert' creator says 77 newspapers canceled comic strip as it tackles woke culture | 21 Sept 2022 | The creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams, announced Tuesday that his comic has been canceled by nearly 77 newspapers, which he says are owned by one media company. Dilbert follows the titular character as he navigates American office culture. Recently, as "woke" culture has permeated workplaces, it has been addressed in Adams's comics. "All of the wokeness and anything that permeated from ESG [environmental, social, and governance] ...so that stuff made its way into the business world, and then, it became proper content for Dilbert," he told Fox News. Coincidentally, Adams announced on Twitter that his comic is being stripped from 77 newspapers, which is coming as a "substantial" financial blow to the creator.

Wisconsin Judge Orders Officials to Stop Allowing Voters to 'Spoil' Ballots and Cast New Ones

Wisconsin Judge Orders Officials to Stop Allowing Voters to 'Spoil' Ballots and Cast New Ones | 9 Oct 2022 | Voters in Wisconsin can't cancel their ballot and cast a new one once a vote has been cast, a state judge has ruled. Waukesha County Circuit Judge Brad Schimel granted a request on Oct. 5 for a temporary injunction against the practice, which had been promulgated to officials across the state by the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC). Wisconsin voter Nancy Kormanik sued the WEC over its guidance, which states that clerks can give completed and submitted absentee ballots back to a voter, arguing that doing so violates a Wisconsin law that states that the clerk "shall not return the ballot to the elector" once submitted.

Researchers Use GMO Mosquitoes to Vaccinate Humans in NIH-Funded Malaria Study

Researchers Use GMO Mosquitoes to Vaccinate Humans in NIH-Funded Malaria Study | 3 Oct 2022 | The National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded a malaria vaccine trial study that used genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes to vaccinate humans. A team of researchers at the University of Washington conducted the study, which was published in the Science Translational Medicine journal. The study involved 26 participants who received three to five "jabs" -- or bites from a small box containing 200 GM mosquitoes -- over a 30-day period. Sanaria, a company funded in part by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), is closely connected to the research, and the researchers involved in the trial use a gene-editing technology heavily promoted by Bill Gates.

Twitter Censors Florida's Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo for Recommending Young Males Refrain from Receiving COVID Vaccine

Twitter Censors Florida's Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo for Recommending Young Males Refrain from Receiving COVID Vaccine | 9 Oct 2022 | Florida Surgeon General released a shocking report on Friday. According to Dr. Joseph Ladapo, there was an 84% increase in the incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination. Dr. Ladapo recommended that young males from 18 to 39 refrain from taking the COVID Vaccine. Denmark and Sweden recently halted vaccines for healthy children. The social media giant decided they knew more about medicine than Dr. Ladapo and took his tweet down...Twitter later allowed the tweet after the uproar.

Lee Zeldin, NY GOP gov. candidate, says two people shot outside his Long Island home with daughters present

Lee Zeldin, NY GOP gov. candidate, says two people shot outside his Long Island home with daughters present --Zeldin said in a tweet that one of the bullets landed just 30 feet from his two daughters. | 9 Oct 2022 | Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y., the New York GOP gubernatorial nominee, says that two people were shot outside his Long Island home on Sunday. Suffolk County Police tell Fox News that the shooting happened around 2:20 p.m. on Sunday in Shirley on Long Island. Zeldin said in a statement that his two 16-year-old daughters were inside the home when the shooting happened... "My 16-year-old daughters, Mikayla and Arianna, were at our house doing homework, while my wife, Diana, and I were in the car, having just departed the Bronx Columbus Day Parade in Morris Park," Zeldin said. Zeldin added that his daughters locked themselves in a bathroom when they heard the gunshots and called 911.

Feds Cooked Up Detailed Propaganda Plan to Push COVID Shots, Documents Reveal

Feds Cooked Up Detailed Propaganda Plan to Push COVID Shots, Documents Reveal | 7 Oct 2022 | Judicial Watch announced this week that it received 249 pages of records from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) detailing the extensive media plans for a propaganda campaign to push the COVID-19 vaccine. The records were received in response to an August 2021 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit filed after HHS failed to respond to an April 19, 2021, request for records related to the Biden HHS "COVID-19 Community Corps" program (Judicial Watch v. HHS No. 1:22-cv-02315). Judicial Watch is asking for all records regarding the application process; all organizations asking to be chosen to participate; all grants and all communications of representatives of the HHS regarding the program. The newly released records include a document titled "PEC [Public Education Campaign] Plan April 19 -- May 31 [2021]," which includes (pages 30-34) the following media plans and action items: Major [public education] projects in April: Vaccine engagement package to all entertainment talent and management agencies. --Vaccine engagement package to all media companies and show producers. --Outreach to major culture event producers.

Kanye West's Ye account locked out of Twitter due to 'violation' of policies

Kanye West's Ye account locked out of Twitter due to 'violation' of policies | 9 Oct 2022 | Ye's Twitter account was locked on Sunday due to a violation of the social media platform's policies, according to the company. "The account in question has been locked due to a violation of Twitter’s policies," a Twitter spokesperson told Fox News Digital. Kanye West, who goes by Ye, was locked out in response to a tweet he posted on Saturday that said he was going "death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE." "I’m a bit sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m going death con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE," Ye tweeted on Saturday. "The funny thing is I actually can't be Anti Semitic because black people are actually Jew also You guys have toyed with me and tried to black ball anyone whoever opposes your agenda." The tweet has been replaced with an automatic message explaining that it violated Twitter's policy. Ye was also kicked off of Instagram on for an exchange he posted with rapper Diddy in which users criticized Ye for language that appeared to be antisemitic. Ye and Diddy sparred over West's "White Lives Matter" shirt that he wore to Paris fashion week.

Ukraine behind terrorist attack on Crimean Bridge - Putin

U.S tax dollars funding straight-up terrorism: Ukraine behind terrorist attack on Crimean Bridge - Putin --The Russian Security Service (FSB) has identified the suspects behind the deadly explosion | 9 Oct 2022 | Ukrainian intelligence is behind the deadly attack on the Crimean Bridge, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday following a report by the head of the national Investigative Committee, Aleksandr Bastrykin. The attack was organized by the Ukrainian security services, which were "aided" by some Russian and foreign nationals, according to Bastrykin. The Investigative Committee head also said that the Federal Security Service (FSB) had identified suspects in the blast. The attack on the bridge was aimed at Russia's "critical infrastructure," Bastrykin said, adding that it was "an act of terrorism." According to Bastrykin, the truck that exploded on the bridge had arrived in Russia from Bulgaria through Georgia and Armenia.

Assange supporters surround UK Parliament

Assange supporters surround UK Parliament --Activists spoke out against the WikiLeaks co-founder's imminent extradition to the U.S. | 9 Oct 2022 | Supporters of WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange gathered outside the UK Parliament in London on Saturday to protest his impending extradition to the US, where he faces espionage charges that carry a prison sentence of up to 175 years. Videos posted on social media show hundreds of people, including former UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, having formed a human chain that spanned the parliament's perimeter and wound across the nearby Westminster Bridge to the other side of the Thames River. The protesters held signs reading "Free Assange, No Extradition," "Journalism is not a crime" and "Prosecute war crimes, not Assange." [Yes, maybe AOC and the "leftists" in the Squad will help...*not.* The useless eaters of the Squad are foot soldiers of the oligarchy and emissaries of the WEF. --LRP]

Alaska's 'Fat Bear Week' underway to crown fattest bear ahead of winter hibernation

Alaska's 'Fat Bear Week' underway to crown fattest bear ahead of winter hibernation --Katmai National Park invites the public to rank the heft of 12 bears | 7 Oct 202 | The bigger the bear, the better! Katmai National Park has kicked off its annual Fat Bear Week from Oct. 5 to 11, 2022, in which some of Alaska’s biggest bears are ranked ahead of winter hibernation. The week celebrates the resilience, adaptability and strength of Katmai's brown bear population as the animals prepare to hibernate, according to the National Park Service (NPS). The single elimination tournament has matched up 12 bears to compete for the title of fattest bear. Voters can participate and make their bracket picks at fatbearweek.org, as well as learn more about each bear and its importance to the Alaskan ecosystem. A Fat Bear Week winner will be announced on "Fat Bear Tuesday," Oct. 11, 2022.

FBI Team Involved in Censorship of Hunter Biden Laptop Story Identified

FBI Team Involved in Censorship of Hunter Biden Laptop Story Identified | 8 Oct 2022 | The FBI team that was in communication with Facebook before the social media company censored the original Hunter Biden laptop story has been identified, according to a new court filing. Meta, Facebook's parent company, identified the team as the FBI's Foreign Influence Task Force (FITF), according to an updated complaint entered late on Oct. 6. Meta named the team after receiving a subpoena in a case alleging the federal government pressured Big Tech firms to censor users. "Pursuant to the third-party subpoena, Meta has identified the FBI's FITF, as supervised by Laura Dehmlow, and Elvis Chan as involved in the communications between the FBI and Meta that led to Facebook's suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story," the updated complaint states.

PayPal Reverses Course, Says Company Will Not Seize Money From People for Promoting 'Misinformation'

PayPal Reverses Course, Says Company Will Not Seize Money From People for Promoting 'Misinformation' | 8 Oct 2022 | PayPal on Oct. 8 said it was not implementing a new policy that would have enabled the company to seize money from users who allegedly promote "misinformation" or "hate." "An AUP notice recently went out in error that included incorrect information. PayPal is not fining people for misinformation and this language was never intended to be inserted in our policy," a PayPal spokesperson told The Epoch Times in an email. "Our teams are working to correct our policy pages. We're sorry for the confusion this has caused," the spokesperson added. The company in September announced that it was amending its acceptable use policy, or AUP. The policy, due to take effect in November, said that users may not use PayPal to for the "sending, posting, or publication of any messages, content, or materials that, in PayPal's sole discretion, (a) are harmful, obscene, harassing, or objectionable...(g) are fraudulent, promote misinformation, or are unlawful..." For each violation, PayPal says users are subject to repercussions. Those include "liquidated damages" of $2,500 per violation.

Putin gets heavy-duty birthday gift from Belarusian leader

Putin gets heavy-duty birthday gift from Belarusian leader | 7 Oct 2022 | Vladimir Putin has received the unusual gift of a tractor as a birthday present from Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. The Russian leader turned 70 on Friday. Lukashenko was asked what he would give Putin as he arrived at the Konstantinovsky Palace in St. Petersburg for an informal summit of leaders from the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). "A tractor," he told journalists. "It's the same as I work on, Belarus. The very best. It's manually assembled." 'Belarus' tractors are iconic four-wheeled vehicles which have been produced by the Minsk Tractor Works since the 1950s.

Democrats are operating a series of 51 'fake news' websites pushing left-wing stories in toss-up states in a bid to turn the midterms in their favor, shocking investigation finds

Democrats are operating a series of 51 'fake news' websites pushing left-wing stories in toss-up states in a bid to turn the midterms in their favor, shocking investigation finds --A new report from Axios details 51 fake news websites that promote liberal political causes --All of the websites, which have popped up in the past 12 months, are based in what are considered to be swing states --Some of the publications are the Milwaukee Metro Times, the Tri-City Record and the Mecklenburg Herald | 7 Oct 2022 | A liberal political media operation being run out of Washington, D.C., and Florida is pushing left-wing stories in 51 different fake news outlets in order to influence the outcome of the November midterm elections, it is claimed. The allegations came in a shocking new investigation from Axios that was published on Thursday. The report alleges that in the past 12 months, multiple new 'news' website have appeared across the country, all run by a company named Local Report Inc. They do report a wide variety of stories - but sprinkled throughout are news items pushing Democrat lawmakers and policies. Online records show that the Local Report was founded in Tallahassee, Fla.

Biden invokes possibility of 'Armageddon' in Democratic fundraiser speech

Biden invokes possibility of 'Armageddon' in Democratic fundraiser speech --President Vladimir Putin has indicated that Russia using nuclear weapons in Ukraine is a possibility | 6 Oct 2022 | Joe Biden said in an address to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee on Thursday night that the country under his leadership is as close to "Armageddon" as it has been since the Cuban Missile Crisis in the 1960s. Speaking at a fundraiser in New York, Biden addressed Russian President Vladimir Putin threatening to use a nuclear weapon. "[Putin was] not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons," Biden said. "We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis." [It was actually Zelensky who suggested a nuclear first-strike against Russia.]

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