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Dove has partnered with a black activist accused of ruining a white student's life over a 'misheard' remark to promote 'fat liberation' in a bizarre and controversial new campaign. 

The beauty brand has teamed up with Zyahna Bryant, a community organizer and student activist studying at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.

Bryant, 22, claimed that she had overheard a white student named Morgan Bettinger threaten Black Lives Matter protesters in Charlottesville in July 2020 after she used the phrase 'speed bumps' while describing the protest that she saw.

But Bryant later admitted she may have 'misheard', after gleefully watching and joining-in as Bettinger was canceled and her life was destroyed.

Bettinger was subjected to a torrent of abuse and a campaign to remove her from UVA. Staff and students ganged up against her and scuppered her future prospects.

Despite the controversy, Dove has chosen Bryant as one of their 'paid partners' - a loose advertising and promotional tie-up, similar to that Bud Light offered to trans activist Dylan Mulvaney.

Posted on: Sep 14 06:32

One of President Joe Biden's top advisors was left red-faced as he stumbled through a straight-forward question about the commander-in-chief's consistent misleading claims during a press conference on Wednesday. 

The president's latest gaffe, which occurred on Monday, saw Biden incorrectly say that he was at Ground Zero on September 12, the day after the attack. 

Strategic Communications Coordinator for the National Security Council John Kirby was thrust forward by the administration for a press briefing when he was asked a blunt question by Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times. 

'In the past couple of weeks, the president has lied about being at Ground Zero the day after the September 11th attacks, falsely claimed he saw the Pittsburgh bridge collapse, claimed his grandfather died in the hospital days before his birth,' Mordock began.

'What is going on with the president? Is he just believing things that didn’t happen did happen, or is he just randomly making stuff up? What is going on with the president?,' the reporter asked. 

Posted on: Sep 14 06:31

For a very long time Government, disaster preparedness organizations have been telling us to have at least 3 days of emergency supplies. Now they say to have 2 weeks. Bug out bags still need 3 days to carry with you but for everything else have at least 2 weeks.

Posted on: Sep 14 06:30

Michael Thompson is the latest chairman for the Lee County Florida Republican Executive Committee. He secured this position in Lee County due to his affiliation with General Michael Flynn, Patrick Byrne and his tenure at the America Project. Thompson used this association to win over the members of the Lee County Republican Executive Committee.

Once he secured the position he rapidly went about subverting election integrity efforts in Lee County Florida. Why would someone associated with General Flynn and Patrick Byrne do such a thing?

Chris Quackenbush in Lee County uncovered an interesting dataset in the ES&S EL45A Election Summary Results. This find was “the spark” that helped expose election fraud and solve the largest legal problem facing American who were contesting election results.

Source: Immutable Truth – Election Integrity

Chris asked me to help her see if what she had identified in Lee County was going on elsewhere in Florida based on my effectiveness in obtaining data and election fraud evidence via public records requests.

What we found throughout the State of Florida (America’s Gold Standard For Elections) was shocking. Hundreds of thousands of ballots cast by Florida voters were adjudicated as 100% BLANK by ES&S Tabulators.

Posted on: Sep 14 06:20

Charges were dropped for 2 of the 3 Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents caught on surveillance video stealing from passengers at Miami International Airport.

In early July Josue Gonzalez, 20, Elizabeth Fuster, 22, and Labarrius Williams, 33 were arrested and charged for stealing money from passengers’ luggage at MIA.

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Josue Gonzalez, Elizabeth Fuster, Labarrius Williams

In August, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office dropped the charges against Elizabeth Fuster. The case is now closed.

Dr. Thorp: “The Government May Block Access to Life-saving Drugs in Another Lockdown”

Gonzalez and Williams were facing grand theft in the third degree after prosecutors reduced their charges.

However, according to The Daily Mail, Gonzalez was accepted into a state program and if he completes it, the charges against him will also be dropped.

“He has been ordered to pay $700 to the two victims, do 25 hours of community service and give up his airport security credentials,” The Daily Mail reported.

Posted on: Sep 14 06:18

Speculation has been rife for months regarding who former President Donald Trump will pick as his 2024 running mate. While nothing official has been announced, Trump has entertained certain names, including a lifelong Democrat.

Trump recently reacted to potentially teaming up with long-shot 2024 Democratic presidential contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr., singing his praises as “a smart guy.”

During a call-in segment with Newsmax host Rob Schmitt, the 45th president was asked if he thought Kennedy would impact the race if he ran on a third-party ticket.

“I don’t know, but he’s got great support in the party. He’s got great support in the Democrat Party,” Trump responded. Trump added that he had seen some polling where Kennedy was getting 23 percent. “That’s a lot of votes,” he said.

“A lot of people like you and him as a combination, too,” Schmitt said. “I don’t think that can happen, but have you ever thought about that?” He added: “Trump/Kennedy looks good on a bumper sticker.”

Posted on: Sep 14 06:17

A federal judge in Albuquerque, New Mexico, has issued a temporary restraining order blocking key parts of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s executive order suspending open and concealed carry across Albuquerque and the surrounding Bernalillo County for at least 30 days.

U.S. District Court Judge David Urias issued the order on Wednesday, blocking the portion of the order that prohibits lawful gun owners from carrying their guns in public for 30 days, ruling that it's not enforceable.

"The violation of a constitutional right, even for minimal periods of time, unquestionably constitutes irreparable injury," Urias said during the hearing.

The temporary restraining order will remain in effect until at least Oct. 3, when the next hearing is scheduled.

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Rep. Tom Tiffany, R-Wis., joined ‘Mornings with Maria’ to discuss the latest news emerging from the GOP’s formal impeachment inquiry into President Biden.

Posted on: Sep 14 05:54

FOX News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett weighs in on House Speaker Kevin McCarthy launching an impeachment inquiry into President Biden on 'The Bottom Line.'

Posted on: Sep 14 05:53

Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., gives his take on the impeachment inquiry into President Biden on 'Kudlow.'

Posted on: Sep 14 05:52

Joe Biden on Wednesday convened a meeting of his Cancer Cabinet in the Cabinet Room.

Dr. Jill joined her feeble husband and treated him like a toddler after he handed the discussion over to her.

Hunched over and visibly exhausted from his trip overseas to participate in the G20 Summit, Biden needed his caretaker by his side.

80-year-old Biden usually takes several days off after he returns from a trip. This time Biden’s handlers decided to trot him out after only one day of rest so he struggled to make it through the meeting.

Posted on: Sep 14 05:47

Tim Ballard, former DHS agent, founder of Operation Underground Railroad and the man depicted in the hit anti-trafficking film Sound of Freedom, told Congress on Wednesday that Biden administration's handling of the crisis at the US border has essentially made it a "child-trafficking delivery service."

The comments came during a Committee on Homeland Security meeting, to assess the human cost of Biden's border crisis.

"Our federal agents who work in the southern border are women and men of the highest integrity, dedication," Ballard said during the hearing. He added that "despite the hard work and success" of agents on the ground, it is "vividly clear" that "US border security and broken US policy are feeding the growth of human trafficking in the United States."

"One way this is seen is the absence of physical barriers on our border," Ballard explained. "I have personally seen how ports of entry were responsible for helping rescue a child, catch a sexual predator and start a chain of events that rescue multiple children is abuse on the other hand, but I've spoken with survivors who are trafficked by cartels taking advantage of the miles and miles of unprotected US border."

He continued, "One case in particular, a young woman was brought across the border in an area where no barrier protection existed. Once in the US, she was sold and raped for money up to 30 to 40 times a day for five years before eventually escaping herself. She shared with me the tragic conclusion that had her captors been forced to attempt a crossing into our country at the port of entry just like the little boys in [Sound of Freedom], she would have had a better chance to rescue."

Posted on: Sep 14 05:46

 Some Senate Republicans are divided over legislation proposed by independent Sen. Bernie Sanders regulating the middlemen that negotiate drug prices and health care benefits.

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Posted on: Sep 13 21:16

 Tucker Carlson traveled to Argentina to warn Americans that the U.S. could face the same downfall from “hyperinflation” and “reckless monetary policy.”

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Posted on: Sep 13 21:16

 College enrollment in the U.S. is currently at a 16-year low as tuition grows increasingly expensive and college degrees lose value.

Posted on: Sep 13 21:14

 A reporter posited an absurd question towards Pennsylvania police officers during a Wednesday morning press conference detailing the capture of convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante.

Posted on: Sep 13 21:14

The Federal Reserve has officially reported a loss of $57 billion for the first six months of 2023. Quite a number! So the “Federal Reserve Banks Combined Quarterly Financial Report as of June 30, 2023” (CQFR)—a little-known document—is especially notable for its red ink. We can anticipate an annual loss of over $100 billion for 2023 and for the losses to continue into 2024. 1

How does a central bank, especially the world’s greatest and most important central bank, lose tens of billions of dollars in six months? An average person, influenced by the mystique of the Fed, might understandably be baffled by this fact.

To understand what is happening, we need to recall that in addition to being a media star as the manipulator of the world’s dominant currency, the Federal Reserve is a bank—well, actually 12 Federal Reserve Banks (FRBs), covering districts across the United States. Added together they are huge, with total assets of $8.3 trillion (with a T). The FRBs have loans, investments, deposits and borrowings, interest income and interest expense, and profit or loss like other banks do. They also have private shareholders: the commercial banks which are “Fed member banks,” and the FRBs have over them the Washington Federal Reserve Board, which charges them for its expenses.

The combined FRBs are intended to always be profitable because of their unique monopoly in issuing U.S. dollar paper currency. This is a very lucrative privilege which means together they have $2.3 trillion of zero interest cost funding from the dollar bills circulating around the country and the world, which they can invest in interest earning assets. (They print up some money and use it to buy Treasury bonds, simply said.) But instead of making profits, as the combined Fed reliably did for more than 100 years, it is now making giant losses, a historic reversal.

Posted on: Sep 13 14:32

Mark Finchem and Kari Lake’s lawsuit to prohibit the use of unsecured “black box” voting machines is being heard in the US Ninth District Court of Appeals this morning.

The hearing is scheduled to begin shortly in the order of the docket.

The lawsuit, which was rejected by a corrupt Obama Judge before the 2022 election, will be reconsidered after election day in Arizona, where 59% of machines failed Republican voters.

In May, The Gateway Pundit reported on explosive findings by Kari Lake’s legal team, including that Maricopa County employees engaged in the secret and illegal reconfiguration and testing of voting machines and printers after they were certified and before the election. This caused voting machines and ballot printers to fail at 59% of voting locations targeting Republicans on Election Day.

This illegal testing occurred with no documentation or logging of tamper-evident seals in violation of the Elections Procedures Manual and the law. It was also conducted after the statutorily required October 11 testing, and the legally required public notice was not given. In the video from October 14, the reprogrammed ballot tabulators can be seen jamming as employees test them, just as they did on Election Day.

Posted on: Sep 13 14:30

Every day, more evidence appears to emerge that our own government is corrupt to the core.

A CIA whistleblower has stepped forward, claiming the CIA manipulated the investigation into the origins of COVID-19. According to letters from House Coronavirus Subcommittee Chairman Brad Wenstrup and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Turner, the CIA offered “significant monetary incentives” to officials to shift their findings.

House Coronavirus Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH 2nd District) and House Intelligence Committee  Chairman Rep. Mike Turner (R-OH 10th District) sent a separate letter to CIA Director William Burns and former CIA COO Andrew Makridis, shedding new light on the agency’s actions regarding the origins of COVID-19.

“The Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic (Select Subcommittee) and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) (together “the Committees”) have received new and concerning whistleblower testimony regarding the Agency’s investigation into the origins of COVID-19,” according to Wenstrup and Turner’s letter to CIA Director William Burns on Tuesday.

Posted on: Sep 13 14:30

Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Tuesday threatened to remove Speaker McCarthy for being out of compliance with the agreement that allowed him to assume his role.

“On this very floor in January, the whole world witnessed a historic contest for House Speaker,” Gaetz said in his opening remarks.

Under new House rules, it only takes one member of Congress, from either party, to bring a ‘motion to vacate’ which forces a vote on removing the Speaker of the House.

It would only take a simple majority vote to remove McCarthy. Gaetz this week floated recruiting Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell to help him remove McCarthy.

Posted on: Sep 13 14:29

Chicago's mayor Brandon Johnson is pushing a 'mansion tax' on sales of homes of more than $1 million, as his administration continues to push higher tax on households earning over $100,000.

The newly elected mayor, who took over from his disastrous predecessor Lori Lightfoot in May of this year, wants to push a hike in taxes in order to fight homelessness in the city. 

Allies of Mayor Johnson, 47, have also announced plans to push a $12-billion plan for the city titled 'First We Get the Money'.

The plan, seemingly named after a quote from the 1983 film Scarface, aims to build a 'more just' Chicago by slashing funding for the police and implementing new taxes in the city. 

Johnson believes people that own properties worth $1 million in the third-largest city in the U.S. are 'rich, and should pay if they sell those homes'. 

Posted on: Sep 13 14:29

Global oil prices climbed above $92 a barrel on Tuesday for the first time in nearly 10 months as the energy market braces for supply disruptions caused by catastrophic flooding in Libya.

At least 2,000 people have died and 10,000 are believed missing following the deadly flooding that broke dams and swept away countless homes there.

Brent crude, the world benchmark, jumped nearly 2% to an intraday high of $92.38 a barrel. That’s the highest price since November 17, 2022. US oil prices popped 2.3% to as much as $89.29 a barrel, also the highest level since November.

The latest rally for oil prices will continue to push up prices at the pump for consumers and add to inflation across the US economy.

Analysts blamed the price surge on the deadly flooding in Libya, which will temporarily disrupt oil exports from that OPEC nation. It produced about 1 million barrels of oil per day in August, according to OPEC.

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Posted on: Sep 13 14:06

 The University of Minnesota spent $219,633 developing a training course that teaches medical professionals about “structural racism” within the health care industry as a result of “white supremacy,” according to documents obtained by watchdog Do No Harm and reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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Posted on: Sep 13 14:05

 Despite United States government sanctions on the semiconductor chip giant, China-based Huawei was somehow able to build an incredible 7-nanometer processor for Chinese smartphones that is lightyears ahead of anything Apple has to offer.

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Posted on: Sep 13 14:05