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The Georgia State Election Board is requiring Fulton County to implement an independent election monitor in the 2024 election, after an independent investigation found that the county likely scanned thousands of ballots twice in a recount of the 2020 election.

The state board voted to implement the independent monitor in a 2-1 vote on Tuesday, which ended one of the last probes into the results of the 2020 election, which Trump claimed was stolen from him. The board also voted to dismiss several other complaints against the county, including allegations that it added 16,000 votes to its count before certifying the election, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

The results of the investigation determined that President Joe Biden still won the county over former President Donald Trump, because the vote margin was substantial enough in three independent vote counts. But the county still violated regulations and statues in its counting process.

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We are witnessing an explosion of cancer in the United States that is absolutely unprecedented.  As you will see below, it is being projected that the number of new cases of cancer in the U.S. will hit a brand new record high this year, and cancer rates are rising particularly rapidly among our young people.  There have been so many prominent individuals in the news that have been diagnosed with cancer recently, and so many people that I personally know have also been diagnosed with cancer recently.  I am sure that most of you also personally know people that have been affected by this disease.  Of course cancer has been one of the leading causes of death for a very long time, but we have never witnessed anything quite like this.

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"Here, ladies and gentlemen, where you stand, lie the ruins and remnants of the Arab Palestinian village of Sar'a.

"It was plundered, and its people, numbering 400 souls, were expelled in July 1948. Yes, expelled. Now, they languish as refugees in camps. Zionist gangs destroyed the village, erecting in its place the Kibbutz Sar'a.

“No superheroes… No tombs for superhuman heroes. Where you stand, there is only catastrophe and a people expelled from their land."

This is an excerpt from the award-winning book, “A Mask, the Colour of the Sky” authored by imprisoned Palestinian author Basim Khandaqji.

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Gaza's media office  says the Israeli regime is intentionally worsening the humanitarian crisis by blocking aid entry, after shutting down the Rafah and Kerem Shalom crossings with Egypt, and is attacking hospitals and schools in the eastern part of the border.

Tel Aviv’s occupation regime has opted to intensify the humanitarian crisis by escalating the genocidal war against the Palestinian people in Gaza on Tuesday, resulting in the deaths of over 35 civilians, including women and children, within the past 12 hours, a brutal campaign spanning from the northern to the southern regions of the Gaza Strip.

“The occupation has also halted the entry of aid and closed the Rafah and "Kerem Shalom" crossings. It has put hospitals out of service and targeted schools sheltering hundreds of thousands of displaced people by designating them as targets,” Gaza government’s media office said.

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Dutch police have violently broken up a pro-Palestinian demonstration camp at the University of Amsterdam, arresting 125 students.

The Dutch public broadcaster NOS said the riot police cleared the encampment, where the protesters had formed barricades from wooden pallets and bicycles, in the early hours of Tuesday.Video from the scene showed the police using a mechanical digger to push down barricades and officers order.”

beating the demonstrators with batons.

In messages posted on social media platform X, police claimed that their action was “necessary to restore

“We see the footage on social media. We understand that those images may appear as intense,” it added.

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A Boeing 767 cargo plane has crashed upon landing in Turkey this morning after its landing gear failed when it came in to land.

The flight, operated by American postal service FedEx, took off from Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport early this morning and was headed for Istanbul when the pilot realised the landing gear was malfunctioning.

Shocking footage showed the moment the plane attempted an emergency landing, smashing down into the runway and scraping its nose along the concrete.

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The Russian Federation will perceive F-16s in Ukraine as carriers of nuclear weapons, the Russian Foreign Ministry said, adding that Russia reserves the right to react in a mirror way to the deployment of American-made missiles.

The Russian Foreign Ministry's statements on the escalation in Ukraine:

The Russian Tactical nuclear weapons exercises should be viewed in the context of recent belligerent statements by Western officials and destabilizing actions by NATO.

We hope that exercises to test the use of non-strategic nuclear weapons will cool down the “hot heads” in Western capitals.

In response to the actions of the United States, the Russian Federation is intensifying its development and starting production of medium and shorter-range missile systems.

The United States is “at full speed” producing and testing medium and short-range missile systems in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

The actions of NATO member countries indicate that they are deliberately heading towards an open military clash with Russia.

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Last week saw a dramatic illustration of how far parts of the mainstream media has departed from the scientific process in its aim to catastrophise the climate and push society to accept the global Net Zero collectivisation. “London seeing more days above 30°C, experts say”, ran a BBC headline, with a reported suggestion that London must adapt to the “new reality”. But it turns out that the ‘experts’ have used “airport data for consistency across worldwide cities, including City Airport in London”. It is difficult to think of a more unsuitable dataset to promote notions of “extreme heat”, other than perhaps to take measurements next to the door of a blast furnace. 

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Nearly two thirds of the French population agree that the long-term effects of mRNA vaccines are unknown and over two-thirds don't agree that mRNA vaccines would be useful in another pandemic, a survey has found.

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A payment system to help those left disabled after having a vaccine and families of those who died is to be reviewed after a rise in claims following the pandemic.

Health Secretary Victoria Atkins has asked officials in her department to look at how the Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme (VDPS) could be reformed.

It comes amid concerns that it is struggling to cope following a huge number of claims from those suffering from side-effects after having the Covid-19 jab.

Claims rose to 4,008 last year – up from 480 in 2022, 26 in 2020 and 27 in 2019, official figures show. Separate data reveals that up to April 26 this year, 11,022 claims were made to the scheme in connection with Covid jabs. 

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Safety concerns around electric vehicles continue to mount as a ferry company bans them and observers warn of a sharp rise in explosions of the highly flammable lithium batteries.

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Kim Gardner, a former St. Louis prosecutor who was backed by George Soros, is missing. The list of allegations against Gardner is long.

Authorities are trying to find her because of the ongoing investigation and also to serve her subpoenas, but she has vanished.

Unless something has happened to her, she must be in hiding. How else can her disappearance be explained?

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The Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid vaccine is being withdrawn worldwide, months after the pharmaceutical giant admitted for the first time in court documents that it can cause a rare and dangerous side effect.

The vaccine can no longer be used in the European Union after the company voluntarily withdrew its “marketing authorisation”. The application to withdraw the vaccine was made on March 5 and came into effect on Tuesday.

Similar applications will be made in the coming months in the UK and in other countries that had approved the vaccine, known as Vaxzevria.

The decision to withdraw it brings to an end the use of the jab, which was heralded by Boris Johnson as a “triumph for British science” and credited with saving more than six million lives.

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Psaki fantasized about all the ways Trump can be eliminated this election season.

“Maybe Donald Trump will go away. Maybe he’ll go to jail. Maybe he will die. Not to be too morbid. But maybe. He’s not a young man,” Psaki said.

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Biden slipped and admitted the influx of illegals = new Democrat voters.

“It’s even a bigger influx now in terms of Hispanic voters! Err, Hispanic citizens,” Biden said.

“Hispanic community’s part of the future of America! 28 out of every 100 students in school speak Spanish — 28!” Biden exclaimed.

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The yacht, which made its debut sail in March 2024 across the Atlantic, has a gross tonnage of 5,000 tons and can cruise at speeds of up to 24 knots, providing an epic cruising experience for its owner. It currently holds the 45th position among the world’s largest yachts and even features a helipad for convenient air travel.

However, the internet is not simply in awe of the yacht’s stunning visuals and impressive features. Critics are slamming Zuckerberg, a vocal advocate for fighting climate change, for owning a private jet that reportedly burned over $158,000 in fuel within two months and now, this superyacht, which is considered one of the most polluting activities an individual can engage in.

Roman Abramovich’s yachts, for example, allegedly pump out over 22,000 tons of carbon a year, exceeding the emissions of some small countries, while Jeff Bezos’ $500 million yacht, Koru, contributes 7,000 tons annually.

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President Joe Biden declared illegal aliens, enrolled and eligible for former President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), “model citizens” during a Cinco de Mayo event at the White House.

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The Boy Scouts of America is changing its 114-year-old name, according to a statement from the tech sector CEO who runs the fabled organization, in what seems to be a bid to deny the reality that boys are different from girls.

The new sexually-neutral name –“Scouting America” — will send “a really strong message to everyone in America that they can come to this program, they can bring their authentic self,” said Roger Krone, the organization’s president and CEO.

Krone’s “authentic self” phrase matches language used by transgender activists who oppose the public recognition that boys and girls, women and men, have different needs and desires. 

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Health officials have announced a recall of popular sweets sold at Walmart stores across the US due to concerns about contamination with deadly bacteria.

Iowa-based Palmer Candy Company voluntarily recalled its 'White Coated Confectionary Items' this week after finding they could be contaminated with salmonella, a foodborne illness that infects 1.3 million Americans a year. 

The FDA said that affected products - mixtures of snacks like pretzels, popcorn and chocolates - were distributed nationwide in Walmart, HyVee, Target, and Dollar General stores. 

They were also sent to distributors in the following states: Alabama, California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. 

No illnesses have been reported.  


The products were sold under several brand names, including Walmart's Great Value


The products were sold under several brand names, including Walmart's Great Value

The potentially harmful sweets are covered in a sugary coating that appears white, and come in a variety of packaging, such as bags, pouches, and tubs. 

The affected sweets were sold under brand names including Palmer Candy, Great Value, Casey's, and Every True Tiger - a brand out of the University of Missouri. 

Palmer Candy was notified of the potential danger by its liquid coating supplier, who said the products could potentially be contaminated with salmonella. 

Salmonella is caused by eating foods contaminated with animal feces. It typically causes diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps that begin six hours to six days after initial infection, according to the CDC. 

Most people recover within days, though the illness is responsible for more than 26,000 hospitalizations and 400 deaths a year.  

Production has been suspended while the FDA and Palmer Candy investigate.  

Consumers who have purchased any white coated confectionary items manufactured by Palmer Candy Company are encouraged to return the items to the place of purchase for a full refund. 

Claire's Observations:  WHY the hell does this keep happening, and why were the company and the FDA not able to prevent this?!?!?

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