"A lot of people talk about the desirability of a global government, with themselves inevitably at its head, but the truth is a global government has already emerged, one that is the purest expression of democracy possible. The new global government is the people of planet Earth sharing the collective consciousness of the internet, finding out for themselves what they need to know, and then deciding what to do about it. Sadly, along the way, we have been forced to look into a mirror to see the true nature of those who wish to be our leaders and it is not a pretty picture of human nature. We have learned that with precious few exceptions, politicians are all corrupt, corporations sell us useless and often dangerous products, bankers exist to loot us, and the clergy are diddling the little boys." -- Michael Rivero
As a lawsuit is challenging the headline-grabbing order issued by New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham that banned legal gun owners from carrying their weapons in and around Albuquerque, a top prosecutor says he wants nothing to do with the edict.
On Friday, Lujan Grisham issued an order that had the effect of banning individuals from carrying guns in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County for at least 30 days. Lujan Grisham, a Democrat, said she issued her emergency health order in response to recent shootings that included the death of an 11-year-old boy.
Bernalillo County District Attorney Sam Bregman said Saturday that he, as with Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller and Police Chief Harold Medina, would not enforce the order, according to the Associated Press.
Deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer, 30, was found unconscious around 6 p.m. by a passerby in Palmdale, California – about 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles. The citizen allegedly discovered Clinkunbroomer inside his patrol car in "medical distress" near the Palmdale Sheriff's Station. The individual reportedly went to the station to inform police of the wounded officer.
Clinkunbroomer was initially taken to the hospital in his cruiser, but an ambulance caught up with the vehicle and rushed the wounded deputy to Antelope Valley Medical Center in Lancaster. He was initially listed in critical condition before later dying at the hospital from a gunshot wound to the back of the head.
Hollywood juggernaut Walt Disney Company has been hit with setbacks in recent years. The company lost some reputation among Americans after it came out against a parental rights law in Florida. The company has lost billions due to failures at the box office and its struggling streaming service.
Many have blamed the drop in success on the company’s apparent embrace of leftist politics. Disney has been forced to lay off thousands of employees. Its CEO has suggested even more dramatic changes to save money and recoup losses. Now, a new report is surfacing about a major shift. And it has some employees fearing the worst.
Allen Media Group owner Byron Allen has made a $10 billion offer to Walt Disney to buy the ABC TV network, local stations, as well as the ancillary FX and National Geographic cable channels, a host of reports detailed Friday…
“Everyone is freaking the f**k out,” one ABC News staffer bluntly told CNN about the state of affairs inside the network.
“It’s all anyone at work is talking about,” added another.
Joe Biden has suffered from poor approval ratings from the American public. Despite this, Democrats have been reluctant to publicly criticize him. Only a handful believe Biden should face a primary challenger. And few Democrats outside border towns have confronted the White House over perhaps its most devastating policy.
Democrats seem to have ignored the border crisis–until it ended up affecting their states. Numerous liberal mayors have started complaining about large influxes of migrants entering their cities–due to Republican governors busing them up North. In one major city, the crisis has overrun parks, shelters, and schools. The mayor has been vocally critical of Joe Biden. And now, the White House is striking back.
From The Post Millennial:
Federal officials, however, have argued that Adams is at fault, accusing him of not having a plan beyond simply putting people in temporary shelters…
…Senior DHS official told [NBC News] that Adams’ response was inadequate. New York is a “sanctuary city” with a “right to shelter” law in place, meaning that the city must provide shelter to those who seek it.
Dr Pierre Kory @49.25: "I'm going to go much stronger, um, these vaccines have unleashed a humanitarian catastrophe - they've been ineffective ... this is the most toxic protein I've ever studied and it's unleashed an epidemic of chronic illness and I would not recommend any further coveted vaccines"
The government has lost my trust—and not just with regard to medicine. Climate change, the war in Ukraine, oil shortages, a banking collapse—whatever the new “narrative” is, I’m inclined to suspect it’s usually and mostly false; willfully constructed not for the common good, but for the good of those who control the institutions of society. It’s so bad that I am now even suspicious of the relentless refrain, “Ninety-eight percent of climate change scientists agree that C02 is the root cause of global warming.” Do you know why? Because I heard that same “consensus” about ivermectin, HCQ, and the vaccines. It might be true; it may not be. I may have time to “do my own research” someday; I may not. Regardless, they blew it. I will never again believe a word they say without verifying it myself through exhaustive investigation.
The Clinton Foundation has announced Pope Francis will participate in the charity’s annual “Clinton Global Initiative” between September 18 and 19 next week, with the pontiff expected to discuss various topics including climate change, the migrant crisis, child welfare, and projects involving children’s hospitals alongside former United States President Bill Clinton.
Pope Francis will be one of a number of influential figures involved in the annual event, with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, Governor of California Gavin Newsom, CEO of Pfizer Albert Bourla, former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, among multiple others, all set to join.
The CGI was first launched by the Clintons in 2005 and claims to convene “global leaders to create and implement solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges, including climate change, inclusive economic growth, and health equity.”
In a recent town hall appearance, Republican presidential candidate Mike Pence made a concerning statement that should give every American pause.
Pence told NewsNation host Leland Vittert that if Ukraine fails to repel the Russian invasion, the U.S. military might have to step in under the NATO Treaty.
“I’m convinced that if the Ukrainian military doesn’t stop and repel that Russian invasion, it’s not going to be too long before that Russian army crosses a border that our men and women in uniform are going to have to go and fight (for) under our NATO Treaty. I truly believe it,” Pence said.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Friday that President Joe Biden will not consider commuting or pardoning his son, Hunter Biden, if he is convicted of the crimes he is accused of committing.
A new global warming-inspired video from Apple that promotes the company's green ideology is being blasted for its comment that can be read as a suggestion that humans be eliminated.
In fact, all "carbon," which includes living things.
Humans, in fact, are a carbon-based life form.
Only Zoology states, "Carbon is the most important element of life. About 18% mass composition of the human body is composed of carbon. … Carbon is a prominent structural element of the various important molecules like carbohydrates, fats, nucleic acids, and proteins in our body. Not only humans but Carbon is also a primary component of all known life on Earth. Carbon represents approximately 45–50% of all dry biomass on earth."
Many users were upset when their search on Threads for content related to “COVID” and “vaccines” was met with a blank screen and a pop-up redirecting them to the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“Zuck treats users like children. He gets to decide what they will see and talk about. This is reason alone enough to reject Threads and embrace X,” said Michael Robertson, a tech CEO, in a post on X.
Meta confirmed its search policy restrictions in a press statement, saying that the text platform is blocking users from searching for words that could bring up “sensitive” posts, for now.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) subpoenaed an FBI agent accused of coordinating suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story after the Justice Department prevented the agent from appearing for a transcribed interview with lawmakers.
House Republicans are investigating the Biden administration’s response to the deadly Maui fires, questioning aspects of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s handling of the catastrophe which left nearly 100 people dead and dozens missing,
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and other New York Democrats were shouted down during a press conference on Friday while speaking to constituents about the flood of illegal aliens that have hit the streets of New York City.