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The Green New Deal has fallen apart, a new study says that it will not work, just like the vaccine passports. Everything the [WEF] does destroys themselves in the end. Banks are failing and the economy is moving towards a crisis. Trump warned everyone. The [DS] is in panic mode. March madness has begun and it is only the beginning of the month. The public is learning the truth and the facts about J6, Pandemic and so much more. This will all lead to the overthrow of the US government. The patriots are winning the information war, the [DS] will try to push this into a physical war, the patriots have the countermeasures in place. Game Over.
- Sammy Roth, a writer for the LA Times and the weekly Boiling Point newsletter, published an article in which he claimed that many people of color in the Los Angeles area are subjected to a form of environmental racism as a result of the presence of affluent and white drivers.
- Roth shared a new study from USC researchers that found Angelenos who drove more were subjected to less air pollution than those who drove less.
- “It may sound like a paradox, but it’s not. It’s a function of the racism that shaped this city and its suburbs, and continues to influence our daily lives — and a stark reminder of the need for climate solutions that benefit everyone,” said Roth.
- According to Roth, the primary finding of the study is that the amount of lung-damaging “fine particulate matter” that residents of a specific area of LA County are exposed to decreases by an estimated 0.62% for every one percent increase in miles driven to and from work by those residents.
- More from FOX News:
The study itself is titled, “Local Inequities in the Relative Production of and Exposure to Vehicular Air Pollution in Los Angeles.” The study’s abstract defines its findings in explicitly racial terms.
- A New York City climate law regulating emissions is set to impose harsh penalties on larger buildings, many of them residential, that don’t comply by 2024, forcing building boards and residents to make difficult financial decisions, according to The New York Times.
- Local Law 97 is part of the city’s 2019 Climate Mobilization Act and aims to reduce carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 and reach net zero by 2050 by targeting buildings, which are believed to be the city’s largest polluters, according to the NYT. But the strict regulations put building managers in a difficult position, forcing them to choose between costly energy upgrades and massive fines.
- One building manager, Craig Hart, told the NYT he could install solar panels on a roof that’s going to need a $650,000 replacement in coming year, install a new boiler system that will have to be replaced in a few years as emissions standards become more stringent, or face massive fines for noncompliance.
- “I’m terrified of it,” Arlene Bett, a 60-year-old longtime resident who paid off her one-bedroom apartment in the complex but worries about her $500 monthly maintenance fee growing. “I will not be able to afford it, and there’s no place cheaper.”
- “President Biden is prioritizing politics over his own people,” House Speaker Kevin McCarthy said at a signing ceremony for a bill that would nullify a Department of Labor rule that allowed retirement plan investment managers to prioritize environmental or social factors (ESG) over financial benefits when making investment decisions should it pass into law.
- “Hardworking Americans don’t need a regulation from Washington that steers them into higher fee, lower performing, less diversified funds, and that’s what these so-called ESG funds are,” Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY), who brought the bill to Congress, said. “Where people who are invested in ESG — unwittingly and without their consent in many cases — they suffer losses far greater than the average investor who is broadly and diversely invested across the board. And it’s true: these funds carry 43 percent higher fees which also eat their returns.”
- “President Donald Trump’s plans to allow the sale of a higher concentration of ethanol in gasoline throughout the year would appease U.S. corn farmers who have been stung by low corn prices as a result of the U.S.-China trade dispute and likely even lead to lower prices at the pump.”
- No denying the correlation here.
Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
- Why on earth (farmer’s love earth!) would the wonderful people of the GREAT State of Iowa vote for Ron DeSanctimonious when he voted and fought to KILL Ethanol (and will definitely do so if given the chance), voted 4 times, as a disciple of Paul Ryan, to decimate Social Security and MediCare, and bring the minimum age on Social Security to at least 70 years old (he wanted higher!). He will be in Iowa on Friday to beg for mercy. I supported Ethanol, FIRED NAFTA, & made USMCA & China Trade Deals!
- Remember FARMERS, I got China to pay you 28 Billion Dollars as an adjustment for how unfairly they treated you. This was part of the great Trade Deal I made for you with China (Biden is not properly enforcing it!). No other President could have done this. No other President was as PRO FARMER as me. Tell that to Ron DeSanctimonious when he shows up to your door, hat in hand. Tell him to go home!
So far this year, employers announced plans to cut 180,713 jobs, up 427% from the 34,309 cuts announced in the first two months of 2022. It is the highest January-February total since 2009 when a total of 428,099 job cuts were announced in January and February.
- The proposed 15 percent increase is in addition to the previously allocated $79 billion over the next decade from the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act.
- “Biden’s $6.8 trillion budget requests an additional $1.8 billion for the IRS, boosting the agency’s overall funding to $14.1 billion,” the Washington Times reported. “The additional revenue would account for a 15% boost from the more than $12 billion that Congress approved for the agency in December”:
California regulators closed Silicon Valley Bank on Friday. The FDIC was named receiver.
Via Market Watch:
Silicon Valley Bank has been closed by the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has been appointed receiver, becoming the first FDIC-backed institution to fail this year. The news comes amid a crisis at parent SVB Financial Group SIVB, , which lost a record 60% of its value on Thursday, after it disclosed large losses from securities sales and announced a dilutive stock offering along with a profit warning. The FDIC said all insured depositors will have full access to their accounts no later than Monday morning. Uninsured depositors will get a receivership certificate and may be entitled to dividends once the FDIC sells the bank’s assets.
- The bank reportedly holds $173 billion in deposits.
The crash could cause a recession.
- The company provided funding to 44% of all venture capital-backed tech and healthcare companies that publicly listed on a stock exchange last year, according to its website.
Customers tried to pull millions of dollars out and can’t. Online banking and mobile services showing unavailable for some customers.
The Feds shut it down.
The CEO of Silicon Valley Bank sold $3.5 million in stock in the last two weeks!
One month ago, Jim Cramer urged investors to buy Silicon Valley Bank stock $SIVB, saying it was "still cheap" and has "room to run."
The stock's value has since dropped by 66% following concerns that the bank is on the brink of collapsing. pic.twitter.com/5jgjqTGxld
— Watcher.Guru (@WatcherGuru) March 10, 2023
- The US Federal Reserve is putting together a “specialised team of experts” to monitor the cryptosphere as it looks to manage risk and promote innovation.
- In a speech at the Peterson Institute for International Economics in Washington DC, the US central bank’s vice chair for supervision, Michael Barr, says the team will help the Fed “learn from new developments and make sure we’re up to date on innovation in this sector”.
JUST IN: 🇺🇸 Biden admin proposes 30% tax on electricity used for #Bitcoin & crypto mining – NY Times
It’s “hindering the transition to a low-emission energy future,” the White House says. pic.twitter.com/75402YIoGi
— Bitcoin Magazine (@BitcoinMagazine) March 9, 2023
— Bitcoin Magazine (@BitcoinMagazine) March 10, 2023
- Several colleges and universities are choosing to celebrate “Womxn’s History Month” to recognize women, transgender and non-binary individuals.
- The term “womxn” is a spin-off of the word “woman” to “avoid the suggestion of sexism” and “to be inclusive of trans women and nonbinary people,” according to Dictionary.com.
- “It’s more virtue-signaling to appease the woke crowd on college campuses,” Lindsey Burke, director of the Center for Education Policy at The Heritage Foundation, told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
BEHAR: "Besides marching and protesting, what else do you suggest?
JANE FONDA: "MURDER."
TOMLIN: "What did you say?"
Is Jane Fonda advocating for the murder of pro-life politicians and activists? pic.twitter.com/bGA7zWOWl0
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) March 10, 2023
I have notifed Capitol Police of Jane Fonda’s call to murder pro-life politicians.
I am a pro-life member of Congress. As she did not retract or clarify that she was “joking” with her statement, we are taking this threat as a serious one.
Jane Fonda and The View, must issue a… https://t.co/BhUvQaH26Z
— Anna Paulina Luna (@realannapaulina) March 10, 2023
FBI Release of politicians information
- As previously reported, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office revived its criminal investigation into Trump’s ‘hush payments’ to porn star Stephanie Clifford, AKA, Stormy Daniels.
- Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s predecessor previously rejected the Trump ‘hush payments’ case because it wouldn’t stand up in court.
- Fast-forward a couple years and now the Manhattan DA has revived the Stormy Daniel hush payments probe to counter Trump’s 2024 White House bid.
- According to the New York Times, the Manhattan DA began presenting evidence to a grand jury last earlier this year.
- Now this….
- Manhattan prosecutors on Thursday signaled criminal charges for Trump are likely in the Stormy case, according to the New York Times.
- The video sharing app TikTok is coming under increased scrutiny because it is owned by the Chinese Communist party and people believe it’s basically a spy app.
- State governments and colleges all over the country are banning the use of it on official phones.
- And now, TikTok has hired SKDK, a firm with ties to Joe Biden, to help it navigate the politics of DC.
- Isn’t that just perfect? Politico reports:
TikTok hires Biden-connected firm as it finds itself under D.C.’s microscope
This is a huge development.
Adam Schiff asked Twitter to ban scores of accounts that criticized him or his office. https://t.co/RRR3BEYvzK
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) March 9, 2023
US government contractors, some of whom worked for the C.I.A., and continue to work for D.O.D., oversaw an effort that censored accurate information about vaccine side effects.
Let that sink in. https://t.co/4fQ2WN9dfO
— Michael Shellenberger (@ShellenbergerMD) March 9, 2023
Instead of investigative reporting and objective news on the covid origins debate, #scicomm journalists played the part of narrative enforcers for Tony Fauci and others. Top journals like Science, Nature, and Lancet did the same. Their editors failed.https://t.co/sTstUcC8VV
— Jay Bhattacharya (@DrJBhattacharya) March 10, 2023
- The House passed a bill to prohibit federal officials from pressuring social media platforms to censor content.
- The Protecting Speech from Government Interference Act states that it is intended to “prohibit Federal employees from advocating for censorship of viewpoints in their official capacity, and for other purposes.”
- The bill passed by a vote of 219-206.
- “It is inappropriate and dangerous for the federal government to decide what lawful speech is allowed on a private sector platform,” Comer said during a hearing on the matter on Wednesday.
- On Thursday, after hackers seized control of state media, Russians were warned to immediately evacuate to underground nuclear shelters and take anti-radiation pills.
- A message warning of a nuclear missile strike on Russian soil momentarily interrupted TV and radio broadcasts in Yekaterinburg, Moscow, and the Sverdlovsk regions of Russia, Telegraph reported.
- Citizens were advised to take calcium iodide pills, put on gas masks, and seek shelter immediately.
- The Russian emergencies ministry revealed that a widespread cyber attack on government broadcasters was to blame for the false alert.
- ‘A false air raid alert was broadcast in Moscow after servers of radio stations and TV channels were hacked,’ the Russian emergencies ministry said per Insider Paper.
The warning was the third time Russian broadcasters had been targeted with similar stunts in the past month.
The Telegraph could not immediately verify the reports that originated in Russia.Source: thegatewaypundit.com
- The House has unanimously passed a bill that would force the Biden administration to declassify all the intelligence it has gathered on the origins of Covid-19. The bill, proposed by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), now heads to President Joe Biden’s desk to be signed.
…So the DOJ played videotapes for the court to secure the heavy sentence against Chansley while the government allegedly withheld videotapes contradicting that account.
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) March 10, 2023
- McCarthy is about to make them even madder now. He said that he intended to release all the video to the public as soon as they finish reviewing the footage to address any security concerns. As we reported, while they vetted what Tucker Carlson used, McCarthy said that the Jan. 6 Committee never vetted anything with the Capitol Police for security concerns.
- From Townhall:
- Rather than obtaining a warrant, the bureau purchased sensitive data—a controversial practice that privacy advocates say is deeply problematic.
- THE UNITED STATES Federal Bureau of Investigation has acknowledged for the first time that it purchased US location data rather than obtaining a warrant. While the practice of buying people’s location data has grown increasingly common since the US Supreme Court reined in the government’s ability to warrantlessly track Americans’ phones nearly five years ago, the FBI had not previously revealed ever making such purchases.
- The disclosure came today during a US Senate hearing on global threats attended by five of the nation’s intelligence chiefs. Senator Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat, put the question of the bureau’s use of commercial data to its director, Christopher Wray: “Does the FBI purchase US phone-geolocation information?” Wray said his agency was not currently doing so, but he acknowledged that it had in the past. He also limited his response to data companies gathered specifically for advertising purposes.
- Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the FBI has been weaponized.
- Has the FBI
See total survey results below and at Rasmussen Reports:
- Special Counsel Jack Smith is targeting Trump’s lawyer in arguments Thursday before a federal judge in the investigation into classified documents stored at Mar-a-Lago.
- Jack Smith is expected to ask Chief Judge Beryl Howell of DC, an Obama appointee, to reject Trump’s claims of attorney-client privilege.
- The Special Counsel is seeking more testimony from Trump’s former lawyer Eric Corcoran because they don’t have a case.
- The Wall Street Journal reported:
- However, Jack Smith has now expanded his investigation and is looking into Trump’s efforts to fight the massive 2020 election fraud operation in key swing states.
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