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As a concerned conservative mom, the shocking events that unfolded at Lakewood Church in Houston during the Spanish-language mass on Sunday have left me deeply troubled and questioning the safety of our places of worship. The attempted mass shooting by 36-year-old Genesse Ivonne Moreno has taken a distressing turn as new details emerge about her identity, motives, and legal status.

The Scene: Lakewood Church, home to renowned evangelical pastor Joel Osteen, witnessed terror around 2 PM on Sunday when Moreno entered the church with a rifle and her 5-year-old child. Despite off-duty officers swiftly neutralizing the threat, the tragic incident resulted in one churchgoer injured and Moreno’s child caught in the crossfire, with a grim prognosis for survival.

Another Transgender Shooter: What raises additional concerns is Moreno’s identification as transgender, having previously referred to herself as ‘Jeffrey.’ This incident adds to a disconcerting trend of transgender individuals involved in mass shootings, including Dylan Butler in Iowa, Audrey Hale in Nashville, Anderson Lee Aldrich in Colorado, Alec McKinney in Colorado, and Snochia Mosley in Maryland.

Political Affiliation: Moreno’s social media posts reveal her support for Bernie Sanders, with a “Free Palestine” sticker adorning her rifle. This political alignment adds a layer of complexity to an already perplexing situation, leaving many wondering about the potential influence of political ideologies on acts of violence.

Legal Status: Unconfirmed reports suggest that Moreno may have been an illegal alien from El Salvador, arriving in 2005. If true, her extensive criminal record since entering the country, which includes assault, theft, and drug possession, raises serious questions about the effectiveness of our immigration system in identifying and addressing potential threats.

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As reports surface of organized gangs of illegal migrants committing thefts in wealthy communities around Detroit, concerned citizens question Congress's priorities. County Sheriff Michael Bouchard attributes the crimes to gangs from South America adept at bypassing high-tech security systems. The issue isn't confined to Detroit, as small towns like West Whiteland, Pennsylvania, face a surge in thefts and burglaries linked to illegal migrants.

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Attorney Ty Clevenger is the bulldog attorney who has been going after the DOJ and FBI for years to get to the bottom of the Seth Rich murder.

Clevenger also investigated the unknown person who turned over the DNC and Podesta emails to Wikileaks during the 2016 election cycle. This was always the key to the Trump-Russia collusion nightmare.

No proof was ever offered up by the fake news legacy media, Democrats, or the intelligence community on this scandal. If Russia did not supply the DNC emails to WikiLeaks, then this was more proof that the DOJ’s Russia collusion story was a complete lie used to fool the American public. It certainly appears that was the case.

After years of denying they had anything related to Seth Rich, the FBI and DOJ were caught lying about the evidence they were holding.  In September 2023, a judge finally demanded the FBI and DOJ provide all they had regarding Seth Rich to Attorney Clevenger.

The FBI responded, requesting another 66 years before releasing the information. They wanted it moved out like the JFK assassination reports.

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A few days after the mostly peaceful protest against vote fraud at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, Disney CEO Bob Iger held an all-hands meeting announcing it was time for Disney to start “taking a stand” on political issues.

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Robin DiAngelo, the woke white author of White Fragility, has called Michelangelo’s painting of the creation of man in the Sistine Chapel an icon of “white supremacy.”

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When Netflix launched its ad-supported tier in November 2022, it tried to tempt viewers in with discounted rates, hoping to win new consumers and sell their eyeballs to ad-slingers. But Amazon Prime, well, it went a different route.

Amazon simply shot over an email in December 2023, giving subscribers a heads-up that it would start showing ads on Prime Video early this year, and explained going "ad-free" would cost Prime members an additional $2.99 a month (or £2.99 in the UK). But a lawsuit [PDF] filed this week claims that move was "deceptive, unfair" and contrary to "plaintiff and class members' reasonable expectations."

According to the would-be class action suit, filed by Californian Amazon Prime subscriber Wilbert Napoleon in Washington State earlier this week, he and fellow media streaming fans were asked to "pay extra to get something they already paid for" to prevent the addition of ads. 

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A new iOS and Android trojan named 'GoldPickaxe' employs a social engineering scheme to trick victims into scanning their faces and ID documents, which are believed to be used to generate deepfakes for unauthorized banking access.

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The FBI and New York City investigators raided the FDNY’s Brooklyn headquarters and the homes of some fire chiefs on Thursday morning, sources confirmed.

The feds searched the homes of two top FDNY chiefs in charge of city safety inspections, according to The New York Times, which was first to report on the raids.

The probe reportedly began last summer into allegations that the pair of chief had been paid $100,000 to expedite or set up inspections, the paper reported.

The chiefs, Brian Cordasco and Anthony Saccavino, have not been charged with wrongdoing.

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Security updates for these four vulnerabilities were made available by Ivanti well over a month ago on January 31, 2024.

According to the researcher, the total number of internet-exposed Ivanti servers is 24,239, meaning that more than half of them remain unpatched.

Regarding CVE-2024-22024, which was disclosed and fixed on February 8, 2024, Sejiyama's research shows a global patching percentage of only 21.1% as of today, leaving 19,132 servers exposed to the dangerous unauthorized access flaw.

Unfortunately, the flaws affecting Ivanti products were disclosed over a short period, giving administrator little time to prepare for applying the patches.

This complicates remediation efforts and heightens the risk of Ivanti systems being left vulnerable for prolonged periods, providing threat actors with a large list of potential victims.

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The Deep State is well at work. With the threat of funding for Ukraine stalled in the House of Representatives, the propaganda begins. Sadly it appears high ranking Republicans are working with Team Biden to scare the American people about the threat of Russia in an effort to force strong pressure to pass the Ukraine Funding Bill.

Webmaster addition:  Remember, there were no WMDs in Iraq!

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Most people forget about the coronavirus hoax.

It was the biggest hoax in history.

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Viewers and journalists alike slammed CBS News over this week’s firing of Catherine Herridge — an award-winning senior correspondent who sources said had run into “internal roadblocks” at the network as she covered the Hunter Biden laptop story.

The veteran investigative reporter, who has a First Amendment case that’s being closely watched by journalists nationwide, was among 20 CBS News staffers who lost their jobs Tuesday as part of a broader purge of 800 employees across parent company Paramount Global, sources told The Post.

Inside the halls of CBS News, staffers were outraged and bewildered by Herridge’s ouster, according to sources close to the Tiffany Network.

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Four out of five Americans are being exposed to a little-known chemical found in popular oat-based foods — including Cheerios and Quaker Oats — that is linked to reduced fertility, altered fetal growth, and delayed puberty.

The Environmental Working Group published a study in the Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology on Thursday that found a staggering 80% of Americans tested positive for a harmful pesticide called chlormequat.

The “highly toxic agricultural chemical” is federally allowed to be used on oats and other grains imported to the US, according to the EWG. When applied to oat and grain crops, chlormequat alters a plant’s growth, preventing it from bending over and thus making it easier to harvest, per the EWG.

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A judge has thrown out Donald Trump's bid to dismiss the Stormy Daniels hush-money case and has set a trial date for March 25 in a blockbuster hearing in a New York court.

The 77-year-old will be the first former president to stand in a criminal trial when he faces the jury accused of paying the adult firm star $130,000 to keep quiet about their alleged affair before the 2016 election.

He scowled at the packed courtroom as he walked to the front and sat back in his chair as Judge Juan Merchan rejected his bid to toss the case.

As he entered the building surrounded by cops, Trump insisted 'there is no case' and said New York should be focusing on violent crimes and the surge of migrants rather than 'made up crimes'.

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