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June 15, 2021

Jun 15 07:05

Meet Me in Geneva- Biden’s Russophobia means the Summit will fail.

With the exception of his perseverance in a long overdue withdrawal from Afghanistan, President Joe Biden has been assiduously pursuing policies that make the world a more dangerous place for Americans, up to and including opening up the country’s southern border to waves of illegal immigration. Ironically, if an opinion poll were to be taken in the United States it would likely show that most respondents regard the Republicans as America’s designated conflict-friendly party based on the fact that the GOP is considered to be more “conservative” and therefore more likely to resort to force. But that assumption is not actually true as the Republican Party historically has been reluctant to embrace foreign engagements while presidents like Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and even Donald Trump were measured in their responses to developing international crisis situations.

Jun 15 06:54

Putin Condemns 'Political Persecution' of Jan 6 Protesters: 'Did You Order The Assassination' Of Ashli Babbitt?

Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke out against the mass arrest of Jan 6 Capitol protesters and questioned who ordered the "assassination" of unarmed Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt during an interview with NBC News released Monday.

When asked whether or not he "ordered the assassination" of Alexei Navalny, Putin said: "Of course not, we don't have this kind of habit of assassinating anybody, that's [number] one."

"Number two, I want to ask you: did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?" Putin said.

"Do you know that 450 individuals were arrested after entering the Congress?" he continued. "And they didn't go there to steal a laptop. They came with political demands. 450 people have been detained, they are looking at jail time between 15 and 25 years and they came to the Congress with political demands. Isn't that persecution for political opinions?"

Jun 15 06:37

A Broken System (Picture)

Jun 15 06:36

Global crackdown on Big Tech mounting as India plans to expedite Amazon & Walmart antitrust probe

The Indian antitrust regulator will reportedly expedite an investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices by e-commerce giants Amazon and Flipkart, a local branch of US retail chain Walmart.

The probe launched by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) in January 2021 was initiated following a complaint alleging that the companies promoted select sellers on their platforms and that deep discounts stifled competition. Both Amazon and Flipkart have denied any wrongdoing.

Two people familiar with the issue told Reuters that India’s watchdog was planning to intensify scrutiny in the case as the nation steps up measures against anti-competitive behavior by Big Tech giants.

Jun 15 06:33

Trial of Chinese-Canadian professor goes to jury after FBI agent admits he FALSELY portrayed him as Chinese spy

The trial of a Chinese-Canadian professor accused of defrauding NASA by failing to disclose a conflict of interest has been sent to a jury. The FBI admitted in court that it told a university that he was a spy without any proof.

Anming Hu is a Chinese-born scientist, who moved with his family to Canada a decade ago and became a naturalized Canadian citizen. An internationally recognized expert in nanomanufacturing, he worked at the University of Tennessee (UT) and was involved in two engineering projects for NASA. By taking grants from the space agency, he defrauded the US government, because he failed to disclose his connection to a Chinese university, federal prosecutors allege.

Jun 15 06:31

Biden’s DOJ asks Supreme Court to reimpose death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber, despite pledge to end capital punishment

The US Justice Department is calling on the nation’s highest court to revive the death penalty for the surviving Boston Marathon bomber, despite President Joe Biden’s previous vows to end capital punishment on the federal level.

The DOJ filed a 48-page brief with the Supreme Court on Monday, asking justices to reverse a prior ruling that vacated the death penalty for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who carried out the 2013 bombing along with his brother Tamerlan, killing three people and injuring hundreds more.

“The jury carefully considered each of respondent’s crimes and determined that capital punishment was warranted for the horrors that he personally inflicted – setting down a shrapnel bomb in a crowd and detonating it, killing a child and a promising young student, and consigning several others to a lifetime of unimaginable suffering,” the document reads.

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Jun 15 06:29

Boeing scolded for resuming donations to GOP ‘sedition caucus’ but, of course, taking cash from arms manufacturers is OK

The company, which makes military and civilian planes, has turned the money back on for Republicans who voted not to certify Biden’s Electoral College win in January. Is this an outrage, or just back to hypocrisy as usual?

Boeing has been chewed out by The Daily Beast, which seemed to express the utmost shock at the company’s decision to resume donating money to Republicans guilty of wrongthink. The article, posted on Monday, noted with incredulity that the arms manufacturer also “gave the maximum $105,000 to both parties’ House and Senate committees” a mere five months after the raid on the Capitol. It also mentioned the company had donated to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and maxed out contributions to the campaign committees of both Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate, as this would presumably wreck the “Boeing in Bed with Bad Guys” narrative.

Jun 15 06:28

‘Did you miss any paychecks?’ Former Biden adviser roasted after saying Americans should have ‘sacrificed more’ during pandemic

Andy Slavitt, a former pandemic adviser for President Joe Biden, said Americans did not sacrifice enough throughout the Covid crisis and could have done more to save lives, stoking outrage among viewers after months of lockdowns.

Appearing on CBS to promote his new book after stepping down from the senior adviser role last week, Slavitt dispensed advice on how Covid-19 could have been handled better, offering criticism not only of the previous administration, but of the American people at large.

“We all need to look at one another and ask ourselves what we need to do better next time, and in many respects being able to sacrifice a little bit for one another to get through this and save more lives is going to be essential and that’s something that I think we all could have done better on,” Slavitt told ‘CBS This Morning’ on Monday.

Jun 15 06:25

The media’s amnesia over smearing the Pentagon Papers leaker as a Russian spy exposes their refusal to admit they’ve been duped

June 13 marked 50 years since The New York Times published the Pentagon Papers, an extensive internal history of Washington’s covert and overt political, military, and intelligence activities in Vietnam 1945–1967.

The documents, leaked by Department of Defense whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg, revealed that successive US governments had ever-increasingly ramped up aggressive attacks on North Vietnam in the years leading up to Congress officially authorizing the use of conventional military force against the country in August 1964, systematically lying to the media, the public, and lawmakers every step of the way.

Ellsberg’s leak triggered an intense debate about press freedom, national security, and freedom of information in the US, and set off a chain of events that ultimately led to the 1972 Watergate scandal, and resignation of President Richard Nixon two years later.

Jun 15 06:24

George Galloway: After Biden’s addled appearance at the G7, we can only hope he’s never left alone with the nuclear codes

The G7 was predictable theatre macabre, but the US president’s bewilderment and confusion – in stark contrast to the acuity of 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth, who is still very much on top of her game – will be the lasting memory.

As a befuddled Joe Biden was led around court at the so-called G7 by his good wife, the young Queen Elizabeth – sans the Duke of Edinburgh for the first time – held centre stage.

Age affects us all in different ways and one must extend charity towards the afflicted. But the US head of state cut a sorry spectacle when not in front of a teleprompter – at least by comparison with his hostess, who, at 95, is 17 years his senior.

The 78-year-old president said the Queen reminded him of his mother, which might have been why he climbed on her knee with a pelican bib on and asked her for a rusk.

I made that last bit up, but such was the US president’s permanently bemused bewilderment in England, nobody would have been too surprised had he done so.

Jun 15 06:23

American unilateralism & intervention is driving global instability, not Russian actions, Putin says ahead of summit with Biden

While Washington constantly talks of the need for international harmony, it has rarely played a positive role in it in recent years, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, stressing that stability is vital in world politics.

Asked during an interview with NBC's Keir Simmons, broadcast on Monday, whether he would support a call for predictability and stability from his US counterpart, Joe Biden, when the two leaders meet in Geneva on Wednesday, Putin said that it “is the most important value... in international affairs.” However, he added, “on the part of our US partners, this is something that we haven't seen in recent years.”

Jun 15 06:12

China takes a vicious swipe at G7 leaders with an eerie cartoon warning of the West's 'last supper' - after Australia's PM received rousing support for a new Covid origin inquiry

Chinese state media mouthpiece published parody illustration after G7 summit
The meeting between western democratic nations scolded Chinese aggression

Jun 15 06:09

Scientists now plotting the use of “self-spreading” vaccines to inoculate more people

Jun 15 06:07

D E S T R O Y E D (Picture)

Jun 15 06:07

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Jun 15 06:06

US 1,500m and 5,000m record holder Shelby Houlihan is banned for four-years ahead of Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for a banned substance... despite claiming a food-truck BURRITO was to blame and passing a polygraph test

Shelby Houlihan, the American record holder in the 1,500m and 5,000m, has revealed she has been banned for four years following a positive test for what she concluded was a tainted pork burrito.

Jun 15 06:05

Liberals push for Justice Stephen Breyer, 82, to resign from Supreme Court after Mitch McConnell says he will BLOCK any Biden Supreme Court nomination during the 2024 election year if Republicans take back control

Liberals are renewing their calls for 82-year-old Justice Stephen Breyer to resign so they can get some new blood in the Senate before the Republicans regain the majority after Minority Leader Mitch McConnell threatened to block every Biden nominee during the 2024 election year.

Jun 15 06:03


Summits often feature grand statements and needless fripperies. In Cornwall, the leaders of the G7 countries were trying to position and promote their relevance as the vanguard of democratic good sense and values. They, the message went, remained relevant, valuable and essential to the order of the earth, despite challenges posed by the autocrats.

Jun 15 06:02


Having first mooted a 2 week delay to lifting lockdown which will today likely become a 4 week delay, government ministers in the UK are already suggesting the lockdown could continue beyond July.

The country was supposed to exit all lockdown restrictions on June 21st, dubbed “freedom day” by the media.

However, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will today announce a four week extension to the restrictions, meaning that Brits had more freedom in July 2020 compared to now despite the vast majority of “vulnerable” people having received the vaccine.

But there’s absolutely no guarantee the lockdown will end next month.

Jun 15 06:01

Armed police arrest man on suspicion of kidnapping young boy after he was confronted in his car by an angry mob

Police swooped on man alleged to have kidnapped a boy in dramatic footage
A woman can be heard screaming 'You tried to steal my son' in Birmingham

Jun 15 06:01


“Pandemics are like terrorist attacks: We know roughly where they originate and what’s responsible for them, but we don’t know exactly when the next one will happen. They need to be handled the same way — by identifying all possible sources and dismantling those before the next pandemic strikes.”

This statement was written in the New York Times earlier this year by Peter Daszak. Daszak is the longtime president of the EcoHealth Alliance, a New York-based non-profit whose claimed focus is pandemic prevention. But the EcoHealth Alliance, it turns out, is at the very centre of the COVID-19 pandemic in many ways.

To depict the pandemic in such militarized terms is, for Daszak, a commonplace. In an Oct. 7 online talk organized by Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Daszak presented a slide titled “Donald Rumsfeld’s Prescient Speech.”:

Jun 15 05:59

NATO Says Attacks in Space Could Trigger Article 5 Mutual Defense Clause

NATO, the ever-expanding military alliance, is now including attacks in space as a potential reason to trigger a war with all 30 of its members.

In a statement issued on Monday’s summit in Brussels, NATO leaders said attacks in or from space could lead to the alliance invoking Article 5, which states that an attack on one NATO member is an attack on them all.

“We consider that attacks to, from, or within space present a clear challenge to the security of the Alliance,” the NATO leaders said. “Such attacks could lead to the invocation of Article 5. A decision as to when such attacks would lead to the invocation of Article 5 would be taken by the North Atlantic Council on a case-by-case basis.”

Ahead of the summit in Brussels, President Biden described the US commitment to Article 5 as a “sacred obligation.” While NATO has fought several offensive wars since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the only time Article 5 was invoked was after the September 11th attacks.

Jun 15 05:57

More than HALF of popular cosmetics such as lipsticks and mascaras are likely to contain toxic chemicals that can cause health issues including CANCER, study warns

More than half of popular cosmetics being sold in the US and Canada are likely to contain high levels of toxic chemicals called polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a new study has warned.

Jun 15 05:55

CENTCOM Chief: US Won’t Give Afghan Forces Air Support After Pullout

Gen. Frank McKenzie, the head of US Central Command, said that the US is not planning on giving the Afghan military air support after the withdrawal from Afghanistan is complete.

McKenzie’s comments appear to refute a report from The New York Times that said the Pentagon was considering authorizing airstrikes against the Taliban in support of the Afghan government after the pullout.

While McKenzie said the US is not planning to support Afghan forces with airstrikes, he left open the possibility of bombing Afghanistan if it can be framed as a “counterterrorism” operation.

“That would be the reason for any strikes that we do in Afghanistan after we leave, [it] would have to be that we’ve uncovered someone who wants to attack the homeland of the United States, one of our allies and partners,” he told Voice of America in an interview published on Monday.

Jun 15 05:55

Iran: Deal Reached With US on Lifting Sanctions

Just days before the Iranian presidential election, the Iranian Foreign Ministry has issued a statement reporting that a broad deal was reached with the US over sanctions relief in the industrial sector and energy.

The Ministry spokesman says only minute technical issues remain, and that there is nothing impossible for negotiators trying to work out the deal before the Friday election. The US has yet to confirm this deal being made, but it seems that things are being worked out quickly.

The current talks in Vienna are in their sixth round, and there has been hope recently that a deal could be in the offing, even as there was concern that the election is going to greatly complicate problems going forward.

Iran’s President Rouhani is a very pro-diplomacy reformist, and his second term in office comes to an end after this election. Expectations are that his replacement will be more conservative and less apt to trust a diplomatic process with the US.

Jun 15 05:54

New Israeli Government, Same Israeli Apartheid

After 12 years, Israel finally inaugurated a new prime minister. While being hailed by many as the opportunity for a fresh start, Naftali Bennett is at best a continuer of Netanyahu’s policies and at worst an ideologue whose positions are to the right of Netanyahu’s.

In 2013, as Middle East peace talks were set to resume after a five-year freeze, Bennett reportedly proclaimed to Israeli National Security Adviser Ya’akov Amidror, "I’ve killed lots of Arabs in my life – and there’s no problem with that."

Jun 15 05:54

'North Korea was crazy, but not this crazy': Columbia student, 27, who escaped Stalinist dictatorship warns wokeism is stifling freedom of speech at US universities just like in her homeland

A woman who fled North Korea when she was a teenager and is now attending Columbia University said she is seeing a lot of similarities between the totalitarian regime she grew up in and the education she is now receiving in the United States.

Jun 15 05:54

Trial reveals federal agents falsely accused a UT professor born in China of spying

Armed with a Chinese press release translated on the fly via Google, federal agents falsely accused an internationally-renown welding technology expert at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville of being a spy and brought him to professional ruin.

FBI Agent Kujtim Sadiku admitted last week in an ongoing trial in Knoxville that federal agents:

Falsely accused former UTK associate professor Dr. Anming Hu of being a Chinese spy.
Falsely implicated him as an operative for the Chinese military in meetings with Hu’s bosses
Used false information to put Hu on the federal no-fly list.
Spurred U.S. customs agents to seize Hu’s computer and phone and spread word throughout the international research community that Hu was poison.
Used false information to justify putting a team of agents to spy on Hu and his son, a freshman at UTK, for nearly two years.
Used false information to press Hu to become a spy for the U.S. government.

Jun 15 05:53

Arabic press review: Egypt stands to lose 72 percent of farmland over dam

Egypt could lose as much as 72 percent of its farmland when the latest phase of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is completed, according to a new study cited in the London-based Al Quds al-Arabi.

The study, conducted by NASA, the University of Southern California and Cornell University, finds that while the dam offers development opportunities for Ethiopia, the changing flow of the Nile River will lead to significant water deficits in Egypt.

Egyptian scientist Essam Heggy, who worked on the study, said that if the deficits created by the completion of the second phase of the dam's construction are not addressed with a joint agreement for water storage, he expects Egypt to lose up to 72 percent of its arable land.

The loss of water - which he estimated could be as much as 40 percent of Egypt's current water share - could see unemployment rates rise to 25 percent and the gross domestic product drop by as much as 8 percent.

Jun 15 05:44

Arms trade: Which countries and companies are selling weapons to Israel?

For over a week, Israel has pounded the Gaza Strip with bombs, claiming it is targeting Hamas "terrorists". But residential buildings, book stores, hospitals and the main Covid-19 testing lab have also been flattened.

Israel's ongoing bombardment of the besieged enclave, which has now killed at least 213 people, including 61 children, likely constitutes a war crime, according to Amnesty International.

Hamas' thousands of indiscriminate rockets fired north from Gaza, which have killed 12 people, may also be a war crime, according to the rights group.

But while Hamas has bombs mostly put together from homemade and smuggled materials, which are dangerous because they are unguided, Israel has state of the art, precision weaponry and its own booming arms industry. It is the eighth biggest arms exporter on the planet.

Jun 15 05:42

Pompeo has ‘high confidence’ Wuhan lab is linked to China’s military

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he has “high confidence” in an assessment published by the State Department in January linking the controversial Wuhan Institute of Virology to the Chinese military.

Mr. Pompeo, a former CIA director, was among the first government officials to press the case last year that the COVID-19 pandemic could have sprung from an accident or viral escape from the Wuhan laboratory rather than naturally from an animal host.

“I was in a position where we could see the accumulating evidence,” he said in an interview with The Washington Times. “Every piece of evidence that we turned over, every rock that we pulled up suggested that this virology lab had all the hallmarks of a place where this could have leaked.”

Jun 15 05:42

Jon Stewart Hijacks Colbert Show With Lab-Leak Rant, Liberal Twitter Explodes

Comedian Jon Stewart overpowered Stephen Colbert's ability to shill on Monday, hijacking the Late Show's return to a live (and fully vaccinated) audience with an epic rant on the COVID-19 lab-leak theory.

"I think we owe a great debt of gratitude to science. Science has, in many ways, helped ease the suffering of this pandemic, which was more than likely caused by science," Stewart said after Colbert asked how he was feeling about the scientific response to COVID-19.

"Do you mean perhaps there’s a chance that this was created in a lab?" asked Colbert, adding "There's an investigation."

"A chance?" shot back Stewart - kicking the door open.

Jun 15 05:41

The Fight Against Child Labor Has Stalled

A report released yesterday by UNICEF and the International Labor Organization shows that even before the coronavirus pandemic came into full swing, progress in combating child labor around the world had stalled. Statista's Katharian Buchholz reports that at the beginning of 2020, there were once again 160 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 engaged in age-inappropriate and/or hazardous work. The new number marks an increase from around 152 million in 2016.

Jun 15 05:40

Petition Demands Resignation Of New Jersey School Board After Holiday Names Replaced With Generic "Day Off"

A petition has been launched calling for the resignation of school board members in a New Jersey county over their vote last week to remove holiday names from the school calendar and replace them with a generic “day off” designation.

The petition, created on the platform Change.org by a user identified as Thomas Tatem on Friday, seeks to build support among residents of Randolph Township in Morris County, New Jersey, for the immediate resignation of Superintendent Jennifer Fano and all of the Board of Education members.

While the petition does not explicitly reference the board’s Thursday decision to label holidays generically, the comments of some of its 2,300 signatories make the context clear.

“Now they’ve cancelled our holidays,” wrote Laura Assante of Randolph Township.

Jun 15 05:39

Busy Start To Hurricane Season? NHC Currently Tracks 3 Disturbances

The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is tracking three tropical disturbances, one off the coast of North Carolina, one in the Gulf of Mexico, and another off the western African coast. The Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1 and extends into late November.

On Monday, NHC's focus is on "Disturbance 1," located about 90 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The disturbance has a 70% Chance of Cyclone Formation in 48 Hours. NHC said the disturbance "is acquiring more tropical characteristics." However, the system could move northeastward away from the US to colder waters south of Nova Scotia on Wednesday.

Jun 15 05:35

WATCH: New Footage Released Showing Alleged Activity Inside Wuhan Institute Of Virology

TUCKER CARLSON, FOX NEWS HOST: At some point we should keep a list of all the conspiracy theories that turned out to be not just true, but

Jun 15 05:33

Recently Departed Biden COVID-19 Adviser Suggests Americans Didn’t ‘Sacrifice’ Enough To Stop Pandemic Early

“But I also think we all need to look at one another and ask ourselves, ‘what do we need to do better next time?'” Slavitt continued. “And in many respects, being able to sacrifice a little bit for one another to get through this and to save more lives is going to be it’s going to be essential. And that’s something that I think we could all have done a little bit better on.”

Jun 15 05:10

Thomas Jefferson Versus The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve is the engine that drives one of the biggest, most powerful governments in the history of the world.

Without the Fed, it would be difficult, if not impossible, for the government to fund its foreign wars, its massive, unsustainable social programs, the ever-growing police state, and the tangled web of corporate welfare programs. It’s almost certain none of this would exist as we know it today – not even close. The federal government would truly be limited.

Jun 15 05:09

Zelensky Claims NATO "Confirmed" Ukraine Will Become Full Member

Coming off Monday's meeting of top NATO leaders in Brussels with Joe Biden, President Volodymyr Zelensky has issued a shock statement, claiming that NATO has "agreed" to admit Ukraine into the military alliance with Biden's blessing.

However, in simultaneous remarks given during Biden's anticipated press conference, the president actually appeared to suggest nothing has really change. He said Ukraine has more it must do to meet the "criteria" for NATO membership. "It depends on whether they meet the criteria," Biden told reporters. "The fact is, they still have to clean up corruption... School’s out on that question."

Jun 15 05:08

Seven Things Nobody Talks About That Will Eventually Matter... A Lot

Perhaps it shouldn't surprise us that everything that will eventually matter is ignored until it does matter--but by then it's too late. Here's a short list to start the discussion:

1. The Federal Reserve has transformed the American populace into a nation of dismayingly over-confident gamblers. I've been writing about moral hazard--the separation of risk from consequence--since 2011. Punters who are insulated from risk will have an insatiable appetite for risky bets, which is precisely what we see on a mass scale, as the confidence that the Fed will never let markets drop is 99.99% because the Fed has indeed reversed every decline, no matter how modest, month after month, year after year.

Jun 15 05:06

China Blasts G7 Criticisms As Revealing "Sinister Intentions Of A Few" Led By US

China has reacted fiercely to the final G7 communique issued on Sunday by underscoring that such a "small" group of countries in reality can never decide the fate of the globe. "The days when global decisions were dictated by a small group of countries are long gone," an official statement from the Chinese embassy in London said.

The embassy further protested the G7 communique over its highlighting China malfeasance from its mention of Taiwan to Hong Kong to Xinjiang, slamming the group of wealthy democracies as interfering in China's sovereign affairs. The communique called on Beijing "respect human rights and fundamental freedoms" - which was reportedly language somewhat watered down compared to what the White House had pushed for.

"Stop slandering China, stop interfering in China's internal affairs, and stop harming China's interests," an embassy spokesman said on Monday.

Jun 15 05:06

Irish police to be given powers over passwords

Irish police will have the power to compel people to provide passwords for electronic devices when carrying out a search warrant under new legislation.

The change is part of the Garda Síochána Bill published by Irish Justice Minister Heather Humphreys on Monday.

Gardaí will also be required to make a written record of a stop and search.

This will enable data to be collected so the effectiveness and use of the powers can be assessed.

Special measures will be introduced for suspects who are children and suspects who may have impaired capacity.

The bill will bring in longer detention periods for the investigation of multiple offences being investigated together, for a maximum of up to 48 hours.

Jun 15 05:01


A recent Department of Labor audit suggests that, thanks to a lack of oversight, improper COVID-19 unemployment benefits could reach $87 billion.

As reported by Just the News, “at least $39.2 billion in improper payments, including fraud, were at risk of not being detected and recovered.”

“Specifically,” the audit found, “DOL’s guidance and oversight did not ensure states implemented the programs and paid benefits promptly; performed required and recommended improper payment detection and recovery activities; and reported accurate and completed program activities.”

According to the Office of Inspector General, the failures “occurred primarily because states’ IT systems were not modernized, staffing resources were insufficient to manage the increased number of new claims, and according to state officials, guidance from [the Employment and Training Administration] was untimely and unclear.”

Jun 15 05:00



Jun 15 04:58

Arizona AG defends Maricopa vote audit against ‘hysterical’ Justice criticism

Arizona’s attorney general today warned the Biden Justice Department to back off its criticism of the state Senate’s audit of the Maricopa County 2020 vote, charging that it was giving into “hysterical” liberal Trump haters.

“My office is not amused by the DOJ's posturing and will not tolerate any effort to undermine or interfere with our State Senate's audit to reassure Arizonans of the accuracy of our elections,” wrote Attorney General Mark Brnovich to Attorney General Merrick Garland.

“We stand ready to defend federalism and state sovereignty against any partisan attacks or federal overreach,” he added.

Jun 15 04:56

Recount done for 2.1 million ballots in audit of Maricopa County election

The hand recount of 2.1 million ballots from the 2020 Maricopa County election has been completed, an Arizona Senate spokesman said Monday.

Three boxes of Braille ballots — about 50 to 60 in total — were left to be counted along with large-type, overseas military and duplicated ballots but all others had gone through the process, which began April 23.

Ken Bennett, state Senate audit liaison, has said the end of the hand count wouldn’t immediately signal a final audit report.

Resources have been shifting to a paper examination of mail ballot envelopes for signatures as counting has come to a finish.

Jun 15 04:46

Reporter Goes Off Script On Live TV: Company ‘Muzzling Me,’ Hiding Info From ‘Viewers,’ Releasing Recordings To Project Veritas

A reporter with a local Fox affiliate went off script during live television on Monday to claim that she was being muzzled and that she intended to release recordings to James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas.

Jun 15 04:43

Gruesome mass grave containing 120 ISIS victims unearthed in Iraq two years after terror group crushed

A GRUESOME mass grave containing more than 120 ISIS victims has been uncovered in Iraq two years after the terror group was crushed.

Jun 15 04:42

'I WON'T GIVE UP' Christian Eriksen talks for first time since Denmark star’s cardiac arrest and says ‘I want to understand what happened’

DENMARK ace Christian Eriksen has spoken for the first time since his cardiac arrest on Saturday.

June 14, 2021

Jun 14 18:38

Millions of Sleep Apnea Machines and Ventilators for COVID Patients Recalled Over Cancer, Respiratory, and Other Health Risks

By B.N. Frank

Sleep apnea is common in the U.S. affecting approximately 22 million adults and children. Sufferers have enough to worry about from this sometimes life-threatening condition. Now devices used to treat it as well as COVID patients is being recalled for causing heath issues that can also be life-threatening...

Jun 14 18:23

Instead of Visiting the Border, Kamala Harris Takes Selfies at Vaccination Site in South Carolina (VIDEO)

Instead of traveling to the US-Mexico border to address the illegal immigration crisis, Kamala Harris flew to South Carolina and took selfies at a vaccination site.

Jun 14 18:23

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich Responds to Biden Admin’s Threats: “My Office Is NOT AMUSED With DOJ’s POSTURING”

Last week, the Biden DOJ put their dirty hands in the wrong place, warning state lawmakers that if they proceeded to audit fraudulent elections they will be targeted.

Jun 14 17:44

SCANDAL: Joe Biden’s Daughter Claims He Sexually Molested Her As A Child According To Leaked Diary

A bombshell leak of Ashley Biden’s diary suggests that she was sexually molested as a child and harbors deep and bitter resentment toward her father, President Joe Biden.

National File published dozens of diary entries received by a whistleblower who believes the diary entries from 2019 belong to Ashley Blazer Biden.

Several revelations from the diary are shocking, and if made public before the 2020 election, they would have been devastating to Biden’s candidacy. The author’s belief that she was sexually molested as a child and that she and her father shared “probably not appropriate” showers, months of entries detailing the author’s struggle with drug abuse, months of entries detailing the author’s crumbling marriage with multiple affairs, and entries showing the family’s fecundity were among the most scandalous.

Jun 14 16:14

Terry McAuliffe Says Anti-White Critical Race Theory Is A 'Right-Wing Conspiracy'

Democratic nominee for Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe declared in a recent interview that anti-white critical race theory is a "right-wing conspiracy" that "is totally made up by Donald Trump" and his Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin.

Jun 14 14:59

Supreme Court Rejects Another Election Lawsuit; Targeted California’s Voting Process

The Supreme Court rejected a case that challenged California’s electoral process by claiming that the state’s “so-called winner-take-all system” dilutes their votes.

The lawsuit was filed by comedian Paul Rodriguez, Rocky Chavez, League of United Latin American Citizens, and California League of United Latin American Citizens, and it had asked the Supreme Court to look into whether the aforementioned “winner-take-all” approach to selecting presidential electors was constitutional.

Attorneys for Chavez and Rodriguez—who are both reportedly Republicans—argued (pdf) that California’s system “results in the appointment of members of only one political party to the nation’s largest electoral college delegation.” Chavez previously served in the California State Assembly and ran during the 2018 midterm election in California’s 49th Congressional District.

Jun 14 13:52

Indefinitely-Detained Jan 6 Capitol Protesters 'Put On Lockdown In Retaliation For Fox News Show' Exposing Their Torture And Political Persecution

Jan 6 protesters being held in indefinite pre-trial detention in DC for as little as "trespassing" into the Capitol building have reportedly been placed on lockdown in retaliation for a Fox News show on Sunday where Mark Levin, Julie Kelly and Senator Ron Johnson exposed how they're being tortured, beaten, racially abused and locked in solitary confinement.

"Now getting reports the Deplorable Jail will be on lockdown as punishment for Mark Levin show last night," American Greatness reporter Julie Kelly said Monday on Twitter. "I've heard this from a few sources already this morning."

"We just found out that are locking us down for an entire week in retaliation for that Levin special on us last night," a statement Kelly included said. "No phone calls, no rec time, 5 min shower, 24 hrs in our cells."

"They are trying to silence us for getting the truth out."

Jun 14 13:44


Facebook launched a manhunt after the company’s information was leaked – a video leaked last week also showed CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussing the troubling topic with its director of internal technology communications. Being fired for unauthorized sharing of company information is not at all surprising, it happens anywhere. However, based on the video and accusations leveled in recent months and years, there is a legitimate suspicion that Facebook fears leaking more secret internal “projects” than any company in the world.

Project Veritas has become Facebook’s staunch enemy in recent months. The page that reveals the truth to the public, which distinguishes itself as a non-profit press organization, brings one revelation after another.

Jun 14 13:41

Australian scientists accidentally engineer one of the world’s most thermally stable materials. Up to 1,400 °C it doesn’t expand

The composite material could prove particularly useful in aerospace where temperatures can spike wildly between space and atmospheric re-entry.

Researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia were performing battery-related research when they accidentally discovered that a composite material they were working with had a phenomenal ability to resist heat. The composite material did not change in volume at all at temperatures ranging from 4 to 1400 Kelvin (-269 to 1126 °C, -452 to 2059 °F). It may very well be the most thermally stable material in the world.

This wonder material doesn’t break a sweat even at temperatures well past the boiling point of some metals

Jun 14 13:36

How An Electric Car Battery Can Fail: One Story

Batteries are what make an electric car an electric car. But they can also be its undoing.

I’ve owned EVs since 2013. I now drive a 2021 Chevy Bolt — but it’s not the car I should be driving.

My car is actually a 2018 Chevy Bolt. But after leaving it at the dealer in April to fix a battery issue, I haven’t seen it since.

The problem appears to be a combination of a Chevy Bolt battery recall and a chip shortage which has been plaguing the car industry since the pandemic began last year.

My problem began when the “MyChevrolet” app on my smartphone started giving me a warning (shown above) about my 2018 Bolt, urging me to take it to the dealer to address the issue.

This is a general warning that applies to all owners of 2017, 2018, and 2019 Bolts in the wake of incidents where Bolts caught fire.

Jun 14 13:36

Chip shortages lead to more counterfeit chips and devices

Beginning with the first Wuhan quarantine in January 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world from both sides of the law of supply and demand. Independent Distributors of Electronics Association (IDEA) founder Steve Calabria believes this two-fisted squeeze will spawn a surge in counterfeit electronics, with consequences for longevity and reliability of equipment built with substandard components.

Supply, demand, and counterfeit

Pandemic lockdowns in industrial cities have pinched supply of both finished goods and raw materials, while demand for electronic products has skyrocketed due to both the need for remote work/school gear and simple boredom from people unable to travel, dine out, and party in the ways they're accustomed to.

Jun 14 13:29

RED ALERT: Biden regime makes boldest move in history of America to ban, register firearms using federal bureaucracy

So what’s the issue? Well, the issue is the Biden regime sees stabilizing braces as a way to get the camel’s nose under the tent of broader regulation and eventually registration and banning of all “assault weapon” types of rifles, and against the people’s will. Always remember, Democrats will never be ‘finished’ taking away guns until they can take away all of them, the Second Amendment be damned.

Jun 14 13:24

'Shut the f*** up!': Actor, comedian Kevin Hart has had it with cancel culture

"[T]he bigger that you get the more people poke at you," he told the paper. "I don't know why. The road to success is amazing. Then you get there and opinions about you grow."

Jun 14 13:24

Former Fox host Juan Williams claims GOP is trying to ‘steal’ future elections

In the piece, Williams argued that Republicans — many of whom alleged that the previous election was stolen by Democrats — are ironically attempting to steal the next presidential election by dismissing concerns over the Capitol riot and implementing election security laws in GOP-led state legislatures around the country.

Their three-step process goes as follows:

Step One — Don't mention Jan. 6, 2021. If i

Jun 14 13:23

'Caucasian' should be canceled as term for 'white person,' med college says; cites author who claims 'Caucasian' prioritizes 'comfort of white people'

A Columbia University medical college has set up "Guidelines for Promoting an Anti-Bias and Inclusive Curriculum" — and one of the tenants is ditching the term "Caucasian" to describe white people.

Jun 14 13:21

This time, the Tesla TSLA stock (TSLA) drop looks more permanent. Amid the widespread fanfare of new and established electric vehicle manufacturers introducing their new offerings, Tesla’s “TechnoKing” Elon Musk is flailing about, even as he continues to

This time, the Tesla TSLA stock (TSLA) drop looks more permanent. Amid the widespread fanfare of new and established electric vehicle manufacturers introducing their new offerings, Tesla’s “TechnoKing” Elon Musk is flailing about, even as he continues to lose top executives. (CNN article, “Tesla desperately needs a No. 2 for Elon Musk” explores Wall Street’s concerns.)

It’s time to extract the connotation of magic from “Tesla” and “Elon Musk”
Investors reward companies that offer exciting and rational growth stories. The explanation of a company’s growth potential can produce stock price gains well before earnings arrive.

Such was the case for Tesla, with its electric vehicle leadership and novel innovation. However, there are now three problems for Tesla.

Jun 14 13:18

Microsoft Is Building Something Sony, Nintendo, Google And Amazon Can’t Match

This weekend will mark the arrival of Microsoft’s E3 Xbox showcase, but we’re already getting a lot of info about their master plan for long-term market domination. And it’s something that I simply don’t think any of its competitors have the ability to match.

Microsoft is expanding the Xbox ecosystem in a dramatic way. Soon enough, it’s going to encompass all of the following:

  • The lowest priced next gen console (Xbox Series S)
  • The most powerful next gen console (Xbox Series X)
  • Xbox Game Pass running on consoles/PC with downloadable games.
  • Xbox Game Pass being able to have game streaming through smart TVs and web browsers with only a controller needed as hardware.
  • A dedicated, standalone Xbox Game Pass streaming device that will be cheaper than consoles.
Jun 14 13:16

G7 Summit Woke Agenda: Boris Johnson Wants World More ‘Feminine’ And ‘Gender Neutral’

The summit comprises seven of the world’s most powerful government leaders: Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States. The nations combine for about half of the global economy.The Post highlighted that Johnson was borrowing language from President Joe Biden, repeatedly talking about “building back better” — and that the remarks from Johnson were ridiculed by some as “comically woke”:

Jun 14 13:16

Disgraced BLM Co-Founder Delivered UCLA Grad Ceremony Speech

June 11, disgraced Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLM) co-founder Patrisse Cullors delivered a University of California Los Angeles’ (UCLA) virtual graduation speech.

Jun 14 13:15

For The Seventh Month In A Row, American Households Say They Expect Higher Inflation

The New York Fed’s monthly Survey of Consumer Expectations found that households’ “expectations about year-ahead inflation, home price and rent price changes, earnings, income, and spending growth all increased in May.” According to a New York Fed press release:

Jun 14 13:10

Bills Introduced to Set Deadlines and Provide Resources for Cleanup of “Forever Chemicals” (PFAS) at U.S. Military Facilities

By B.N. Frank

In May the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was heavily criticized for replacing old “forever chemicals” with new ones. Fortunately, last week one of its offices announced it would be taking actions to protect the public. A bill has also been introduced to accelerate the cleanup of contaminated military sites...

Jun 14 13:09

Half-Black Man Ordered To Pay Himself Reparations

As we all know, Barack Obama has made it clear he hates white people—including the grandmother that brought him up and his mother—both white. But, Obama is half white. So under the terms of reparations, white people have t pay black people money—he needs to pay himself—and apologize to himself for being half white.

Question: Does he have to pay reparations to Michelle—and do his kids-who are ¼ white, need to pay reparations to their Mother? Do black Americans have to pay reparations to Japanese Americans for their World War 2 forced incarceration? Should Planned Parenthood pay reparations to the families of the 117,000 black babies they killed in 2019? If you must pay for slavery, why not pay for killing?

Jun 14 13:07

New Discovery Shows Human Cells Can Write RNA Sequences Into DNA – Challenges Central Principle in Biology

Cells contain machinery that duplicates DNA into a new set that goes into a newly formed cell. That same class of machines, called polymerases, also build RNA messages, which are like notes copied from the central DNA repository of recipes, so they can be read more efficiently into proteins. But polymerases were thought to only work in one direction DNA into DNA or RNA. This prevents RNA messages from being rewritten back into the master recipe book of genomic DNA. Now, Thomas Jefferson University researchers provide the first evidence that RNA segments can be written back into DNA, which potentially challenges the central dogma in biology and could have wide implications affecting many fields of biology.

Jun 14 13:07

CONFIRMED: Judge Delays Depositions from Georgia Election Workers Ruby Freeman and Her Daughter Shae Moss

Earlier this month, Gateway Pundit reported that Shaye Moss was subpoenaed in Georgia for her activities in the 2020 election in Fulton County.

Shaye Moss was famous for kicking everyone out of the room where votes were counted in Fulton County and telling observers to go home. Then Shaye and others including Ralph Jones and her mother Ruby Freeman dragged hidden boxes of ballots out from underneath tables and started running them through the machines. Ruby Freeman was caught on tape running the same stack of suspect ballots through the machines multiple times:

Shae’ mother Ruby Freeman was also subpoenaed and served papers to testify.

Last week Georgia Elections analyst Garland Favorito told TGP reporter Jordan Conradson that it was likely the new motions by the Fulton County attorneys to challenge the audit of ballots in the county would likely delay the depositions of Ruby and her daughter until after the motions are resolved.

Jun 14 13:06


Former Pfizer VP and Virologist, Dr. Michael Yeadon, is one of the most credentialed medical professionals speaking out about the dangers of the #Covid19 vaccines, yet it has fallen on deaf ears. With great honor, The HighWire gives Dr. Yeadon the floor to break down his “list of lies” that keeps him up at night, when it comes to lockdowns, masks, PCR testing, natural immunity, and why he thinks our health leaders have abandoned science and reason.

Jun 14 13:03

Cryptocurrency isn’t as impenetrable as you think. This training even explains how to make your own

TLDR: The Cryptocurrency with Ethereum and Solidity Blockchain Developer Bundle explains the entire crypto phenomenon and also explores creating your own real world cryptocurrency.

If your knowledge of cryptocurrency only extends as far as shaking your head dismissively when someone brings up Elon Musk’s darling dogecoin, you might be missing the larger point. While much of the cryptocurrency market is still driven by wild speculation with minimal basis in real world logic, crypto and its blockchaining roots are anything but a fly-by-night idea.

In fact, many would argue the decentralized technology that fuels crypto creation on platforms like Ethereum are ready to fundamentally change the way digital information, business, finance, and security are all handled.

Jun 14 13:01

The curious case of the United States

Internationally, the United States has punished sovereign governments that have attempted to liberate themselves from the yoke of the petro/nuclear-backed dollar, by committing some of the most heinous war crimes the world has ever seen. From commandeering the U.S. military to murder at least a million Iraqi civilians following an effort led by Suddam Hussein to ditch the dollar for the Euro, to brutally murdering the head of state of Libya following his promises to help create an African currency (with the U.S. Secretary of State openly cackling about it on national television), to playing a pivotal role in an effort led by Saudi Arabia to starve millions of Yemenis in order to advance Saudi Arabian interests in the region, the U.S. government has enforced an empire abroad, maintaining more than a thousand (known) military bases in dozens, if not hundreds of countries.

Jun 14 12:52

State Bill Would Give Local Control over Wind and Solar Projects; Allow County Commissioners to Ban Construction

By B.N. Frank

Book and film, Bright Green Lies expose several examples of technology that are promoted as eco-friendly but aren’t necessarily so. This includes wind farms which can be devastating for birds and other wildlife. Environmentally un-friendly issues have been identified with solar farms too. Because of that and more, some property owners and community officials aren’t thrilled about having no say regarding where this technology is installed. Legislation has been introduced in Ohio to give them more authority...

Jun 14 12:51

Men who suffer from erectile dysfunction have their love lives left 'in tatters' because NHS doctors are banned from prescribing the latest drugs

Daily medication may even bring about long-lasting physical improvementsMen who suffer problems between the sheets are seeing their sex lives left 'in tatters' because NHS doctors are barred from prescribing the latest drugs that target erectile dysfunction, experts warn.

Jun 14 12:35

How an Army of Outraged Moms Is Destroying the Left’s Marxist Plot

The reality is that CRT is creating a generation of radicalized political zombies. -- And this is why American mothers are mad as hell and fighting back — and thankfully, this army of pissed-off Mama bears are winning the war against this demonic left-wing ideology that’s being used as a weapon of mass destruction against their children.