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The WH wants to block out the sun to help with climate change, the people are not buying what they are selling. CA and NY are now imploding, people want to move out and the tax revenue is dropping. The Fed is the cause of the problem. The [DS] is struggling and panicking all at the same time, they are not in control. Trump is the conductor and is calling the shots. We are now in the final battle and Trump wants the people to fight for their freedom. Every step of the way the [DS] has been trying to take away our freedom and the people are seeing this now and they are fighting back. War is coming and this is going to wake the rest of the people up.
- The White House has expressed openness to a ridiculous proposal aimed at blocking sunlight from reaching the Earth’s surface in an effort to ‘combat global warming.’
- In a report released on Friday, the White House presented the concept of solar radiation modification (SRM) as a means to rapidly cool the planet by limiting sunlight. However, the administration emphasized that no decisions have been made regarding a “geoengineering” policy, clarifying that the report was prepared in response to a congressional directive.
- The planet is at relatively low global temperatures and carbon dioxide levels in earth historical terms, according to peer-reviewed temperature data published by researcher C.R. Scotese and carbon dioxide data published by R.A. Berner of Yale University in the dataset Geocarb III (page 201).
- According to these datasets, the earth’s current carbon dioxide level of 420 ppm (parts per million) is compared to levels of over 2,000 ppm in the Mesozoic era and over 4,000 in the Paleozoic era. The earth’s average global temperature is approximately 13.9 degrees Celsius, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA), compared to nearly 22 degrees Celsius, the peak temperature prior to the the current Quaternary Ice Age extending through much of the Mesozoic era and again through periods of the Paleozoic era.
- Live on earth flourished in both of these eras, despite much higher carbon dioxide levels and much higher average global temperatures. The Cambrian Explosion of life roughly 544 million years ago initiated with some of the highest global temperatures and carbon dioxide levels in the historical record.
Starving and freezing us to death will be a lot easier if they can restrict our sunlight. Literally.https://t.co/AICcj7H5PQ
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) July 2, 2023
- Members of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters walked away from the bargaining table earlier this week and demanded that UPS deliver its “last, best, and final offer” no later than Friday. By late afternoon, the Teamsters called off the strike as they returned to the negotiating table after UPS delivered a new counteroffer.
- Teamsters said UPS offered “a revised counterproposal with significant movement on wages and other economic language.” It was enough to call off the strike on Friday, but the union said more negotiations were needed.
- Despite laws that call for establishing a sheltered market to give Blacks opportunities where discrimination exists, the award of minority contracts remains disproportionately low.
- In a nationwide study of racial equality, Illinois recently came in at the bottom of the barrel in terms of Black wealth and employment.
- The WalletHub study revealed that Black Americans represent 14% of all U.S. workers yet hold just 7% of managerial jobs and 4-5% of senior managerial positions nationally. Black unemployment is also higher than that experienced by whites. The study ranked each state by metrics that included annual income and homeownership rate, which resulted in the lowest ranking for Illinois.
- a recent poll called the California Community Poll, administered at the beginning of June, showed that roughly 43% of residents in California think the state is heading in the wrong direction.
- 28% have mixed feelings about the direction and 28% think it is going in the right direction, a summary from Just the News/The Center Square reported this week. The survey interviewed 1,354 people.
- 56% of respondents were “totally dissatisfied” with the state’s cost of healthcare and another 56% said they were dissatisfied with the cost of homes in the state. More than 50% of residents also were dissatisfied with safety in their local communities, the report says.
- Californians also seem to be unhappy with the state’s economy, with 68% of those polled saying they were “totally dissatisfied” and a stunning 81% of respondents saying that the cost of everyday expenses was unsatisfactory.
- 61% of those polled also said the cost of living is the key reason that they are considering leaving the state, with about 40% of respondents saying they are considering moving to another state, even with 68% of respondents saying California is “part of how they identify themselves”.
- Also focused on the economy, 46% of residents surveyed said they can’t pay for an unexpected expense and don’t have the ability to save.
- Deep blue states like California and New York are starting to see tax revenue go down while the exact opposite is happening in many red states.
- This was completely predictable, especially in California, which is losing businesses almost every week due to rising crime.
- California and New York have also been losing population over the last few years for a number of reasons, including crime, high taxes and strict rules related to COVID.
- It was only a matter of time.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Democratic Strongholds Are Seeing Their Tax Revenue Plummet
The FED doesn’t control inflation.
The FED causes inflation. pic.twitter.com/pOzdYgsyCb
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) July 1, 2023
- Hunter Biden’s attorney is claiming that the alleged screenshots of a text message purportedly sent by Hunter Biden to a potential Chinese business partner, which references Joe Biden, are not authentic and contain numerous inaccuracies.
- Abbe Lowell, one of Hunter Biden’s attorneys, conveyed this information in a letter addressed to Rep. Jason Smith, the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, which has interviewed the IRS whistleblowers involved in the case. NBC News obtained a copy of the letter.
- Lowell wrote that the screenshots of the message as tweeted by Smith, “both include a photo of Mr. Biden not from 2017 but from the White House Easter Egg roll in April 2022 (long after the purported message was sent); both images portray the message in a blue bubble, when WhatsApp messages are in green; one image super-imposed the Chinese flag for the contact ID, when surely that was not how a text or contact was kept; and one purports to be a screenshot with the ‘. . .’ of someone composing a text (as in Apple’s iMessage) when that does not happen on WhatsApp.”
- “In short, the images you circulated online are complete fakes,” he adds.
- However, those social media images were for illustrative purposes only. J.P. Freire, the director of communications for the committee, clarified in an email dated June 23, 2023, that the message attributed to Biden in Smith’s tweet is a “graphical representation” and not an actual copy or screenshot from WhatsApp. According to the transcript (page 191) featuring Shapley’s testimony, it is explained that the original information was obtained through “an electronic search warrant for iCloud backup.”
- In the case of the Ways and Means Committee, the information was presented in the form of a “graphic representation” of a WhatsApp message that bore little resemblance to an actual WhatsApp message. Consequently, this depiction led some individuals to cast doubt on the message’s authenticity and to dismiss it with allegations of being “Fake. Phony. Photoshopped. Unbelievable.”
Rep. Jason Smith had announced the WhatsApp message’s contents on June 22.
NEW: US Attorney Weiss responds @Jim_Jordan @JudiciaryGOP Hunter Biden plea agreement. Doubles down “ultimate authority over this matter” despite whistleblower interference claims. “At the appropriate time, I welcome the opportunity to discuss”Not clear if before July 26 hearing. pic.twitter.com/MuitpnDexq
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) July 1, 2023
- Rep. Mace told Maria Bartiromo that if the Biden Officials do not show up to testify with documentation on the Biden Crime Family then they will be held in contempt of Congress.
- US Attorney David Weiss and Dirty US Attorney for DC Matthew Graves will be interviewed by the House Oversight Committee.
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The fake news has no credibility, they are not reporting on the Biden scandal.
- Now that George Soros is 92 years old, he is passing control of his global operation to his son Alex, who is reportedly more radical than he is.
- Things can’t be going too well at the organization however, because they are preparing to cut their staff by up to 40 percent.
- Perhaps they are looking to consolidate so they can devote more funds to interfering in American politics.
- Bloomberg News reports:
Soros’ Foundations to Cut 40% of Staff After Handover to Son
One year after the Supreme Court overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, so that each state can now determine its own laws regarding abortion, a majority of voters approve the decision.https://t.co/77nDmgcpC2 pic.twitter.com/DA29xetqRh
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) July 2, 2023
President Trump: “I will use Title 42.. to end the child trafficking crisis by returning all trafficked children to their families in their home countries immediately.” 💥 pic.twitter.com/YmRgvNDcMf
— Patri0tsareinContr0l (@Patri0tContr0l) June 30, 2023
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Wow. Musk has no idea the DARPA rattlesnake he just stepped on by this doing this…
— Mike Benz (@MikeBenzCyber) July 1, 2023
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 2, 2023
A large language model (LLM) is a computerized language model consisting of an artificial neural network with many parameters (tens of millions to billions), trained on large quantities of unlabeled text containing up to trillions of tokens, using self-supervised learning or semi-supervised learning achieved by parallel computing.
NEW – Drastic increase in TOR clients, a network solution for anonymizing comms on the internet, from Germany — Hacker News pic.twitter.com/Lf25QEx7fx
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) July 2, 2023
— Bitcoin Magazine (@BitcoinMagazine) July 2, 2023
- The judge, Reed O’Connor, issued the decision in Vanderstok v. Garland, brought by Jennifer Vanderstok, Firearms Policy Coalition, the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), and others.
- The ATF used its pistol frame rule to redefine “partially complete pistol frames” as “firearms.” But Judge O’Connor stressed that such a redefinition is up to Congress, rather than a federal agency. Moreover, O’Connor noted, “Because Congress did not define “frame or receiver,” the words receive their ordinary
- He also stressed, “Final Rule’s amended definition of “frame or receiver” does not accord with the ordinary meaning of those terms and is therefore in conflict with the plain statutory language.”
- O’Connor also pointed out that “weapons parts are not weapons.” He then vacated the ATF final rule.
THE ATF will Appeal, but this will fail at the 5th circuit,
- Nahel was shot after trying to flee a traffic stop, and died after emergency services attended the scene. His death ignited a revolt among the poor, racially mixed, urban communities.
“At a crisis meeting, France’s president said more officers would be deployed to contain the violence, but stopped short of declaring a state of emergency.
He urged parents to keep rioting children at home and social media platforms to remove certain content.”
- A violent mob attacked the home of Mayor Vincent Jeanbrun in Paris suburb L’Haÿ-les-Roses, a bedroom community of 31.000, as Jeanbrun posted at 6:46 am local time today, Valeurs Actuelles reports.
- tens of thousands of mostly young males, many of them minors, went on to launch violent riots in the suburbs of French cities, from Nantes in the north to Marseille in the south. Numerous cars were torched, public buildings including schools were attacked, shops were ransacked and hundreds of people were arrested. In some places, the perpetrators, most of whom are third and fourth generation descendants of migrants, are even said to have used firearms to harass the locals living mostly in social housing.
- Blame TikTok
Look at France. That’s what is going to hit the US in 2024 with the imported mercenary army the Biden regime let in through the southern border. It’s going to be state allowed terrorism like never seen before. https://t.co/2oZ8UpFhuP
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) July 1, 2023
- The Biden administration has conducted a review of the State Department’s performance during the turbulent evacuation of Americans and Afghan allies and has come to the conclusion that former President Donald Trump also shares in the blame.
- The review places responsibility on both former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden for their respective actions before and after the departure of U.S. forces from Kabul in August 2021, during which approximately 124,000 Afghans were evacuated.
- In response, Republicans have criticized President Biden for not acknowledging the intelligence failures leading up to the Taliban’s takeover of the country and the chaotic scenes witnessed at Kabul’s airport, where a suicide bombing resulted in the deaths of 13 U.S. troops and around 170 Afghans.
- When questioned about the U.S.’s mistakes prior to and during the withdrawal, President Biden remained defiant in his response.
- “Remember what I said about Afghanistan? I said al-Qaida would not be there,” Biden said. “I said we’d get help from the Taliban. What’s happening now? What’s going on? Read your press. I was right.”
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YouTube bodybuilding star Joesthetics dies aged 30 of aneurysm after saying he feared over-training would give him a heart attack due to his rare muscular condition – as heartbroken partner pays tribute
- German influencer Jo Lindner rose to fame posting bodybuilding videos
- His heartbroken girlfriend Nicha said that he died in his room while cuddling her
- YouTube bodybuilding star Joesthetics has died from an aneurysm aged 30.
- German influencer Jo Lindner rose to fame posting fitness videos on social media, and was known to his eight million Instagram followers for the great lengths he would go to to maintain his physique.
- Just weeks before his death he said he feared over-training would give him a heart attack due to his rare muscular condition.
- The bodybuilder – who spent time in Thailand and Dubai – had felt a pain in his neck three days before, but had not realised what this was.
- Boston University School of Law is reminding any students who are upset about the recent rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court that the school offers mental health counseling services.
- This is reminiscent of what took place on many college campuses after Trump won the 2016 election.
- Wouldn’t you find this embarrassing if you were a student at the school?
- FOX News reports:
BREAKING: @America1stLegal sent a legal threat letter to every law school in America: comply with the Supreme Court ruling on “affirmative action” — or see you in court.
If you’re a victim of discrimination call us at 1-877-AFL-5454 pic.twitter.com/BsUbaMYM1L
— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) June 30, 2023
.. Many presidents never get the opportunity to appoint a Supreme Court justice. I had three … and yesterday they ruled to set our country back on a merit-based system of education…
NEW: Special Counsel Jack Smith has enlisted disgruntled Tucker Carlson producer Abby Grossman in his investigation of Trump & the 2020 election. Smith is said to be seeking info about Carlson's contacts w/ Trump & his legal team. (If only John Durham had been so scorched-earth!)
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 1, 2023
- Investigative reporter Paul Sperry reported on Friday night “investigators” have evidence that then Vice President Joe Biden shared classified national defence information, including briefings on US troops stationed overseas, with his crackhead son and business partner Hunter Biden.
Hunter did not hold ANY classified security clearance.
BREAKING: Investigators have evidence Biden as VP shared classified nat'l defense information — including military briefings re US troops in Afghanistan & NATO cables — with his son Hunter Biden who was not a federal official with need-to-know and lacked the security clearance
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 1, 2023
- In January of this year, three documents recovered from Hunter Biden’s laptop computer with classified information. Hunter was given access to the documents by his father. And he was sharing the information with his overseas business associates in Ukraine.The Biden crime family made millions in Ukraine performing nefarious and criminal activities including espionage.
- This email discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop was sent from Sean Keeley from Blue Star Strategies a firm that has reportedly been under investigation by the DOJ since 2021:
As part of the initial Burisma controversy, the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee then led by U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) investigated Blue Star Strategies and voted to subpoena documents and depositions from the firm. 
The 2021 investigation into Blue Star Strategies reportedly centers around its lobbying the U.S. government on behalf of Burisma without registering under the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA). Witnesses have alleged that Blue Star’s co-founders Sally Painter and Karen Tramontano met with State Department officials as part of their work for the company but did not disclose that Burisma was a client.  While Hunter Biden was not revealed to be a subject of the ongoing investigation, the Wall Street Journal reported that the firm’s co-founders mentioned Hunter Biden’s involvement with the company during multiple meetings with the State Department in an effort to improve the company’s image. 
- Keely’s email went to a number of individuals at Rosemont Seneca, including Hunter Biden and Devon Archer, individuals at Blue Star Strategies, including its CEO Karen Tramontano and Sally Painter, its COO, and one individual from Burisma.
The email included an attachment.
The email explains what’s in the attachment:
This morning the White House hosted a conference call regarding the Vice President’s
upcoming trip to Ukraine. Attached is a memo from the Blue Star Strategies team with the minutes of the call, which outlined the trip’s agenda and addressed several questions
regarding U.S. policy toward Ukraine.
Here are the problems with what was uncovered in this email.
- The attachment in the email was a memo of a White House conference call which is classified and therefore would be illegal to share.
- The way the email is worded it appears that this was not the first time that Blue Star Strategies received classified information like this.
- The memo attached was regarding Joe Biden’s trip to Ukraine which implicates Joe Biden in the sharing of classified information.
- The information not only includes Biden’s trip agenda but the Biden/Obama policy on Ukraine.
- This email was provided to Burisma, a foreign entity – this is espionage.
DEVELOPING: Investigators have obtained emails & logs revealing VP Biden's scheduler & gatekeeper KATHY CHUNG –a key suspect in Biden's classified docs scandal– was directly involved in arranging & attending meetings in West Wing & VP Observatory w/ BURISMA go-between Hochstein
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) July 1, 2023
Former U.S. Army Col. Douglas Macgregor does not believe the US will have a election in 2024
— RŌNIN (@ronin21btc) July 1, 2023
But worse than I even expected.
I expected maybe 1-2 days of bank closures.
He thinks 2-3 weeks.
He also thinks we don’t ever hit a 2024 election.
He sees things getting so bad that we will implode before then.
- -President Donald J. Trump
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— Dan Scavino Jr.🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) July 2, 2023
Jacksonian democracy , Originating with the seventh U.S. president, Andrew Jackson and his supporters, it became the nation’s dominant political worldview for a generation. The term itself was in active use by the 1830s.
This era, called the Jacksonian Era or Second Party System by historians and political scientists, lasted roughly from Jackson’s 1828 election as president until slavery became the dominant issue with the passage of the Kansas–Nebraska Act in 1854 and the political repercussions of the American Civil War dramatically reshaped American politics. It emerged when the long-dominant Democratic-Republican Party became factionalized around the 1824 United States presidential election. Jackson’s supporters began to form the modern Democratic Party. His political rivals John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay created the National Republican Party, which would afterward combine with other anti-Jackson political groups to form the Whig Party.
Broadly speaking, the era was characterized by a democratic spirit. It built upon Jackson’s equal political policy, subsequent to ending what he termed a monopoly of government by elites. Even before the Jacksonian era began, suffrage had been extended to a majority of white male adult citizens, a result which the Jacksonians celebrated. Jacksonian democracy also promoted the strength of the presidency and the executive branch at the expense of the United States Congress, while also seeking to broaden the public’s participation in government. The Jacksonians demanded elected, not appointed, judges and rewrote many state constitutions to reflect the new values. In national terms, they favored geographical expansionism, justifying it in terms of manifest destiny. There was usually a consensus among both Jacksonians and Whigs that battles over slavery should be avoided.
Jackson’s expansion of democracy was largely limited to European Americans, and voting rights were extended to adult white males only. There was little or no change, and in many cases a reduction of the rights of African Americans and Native Americans during the extensive period of Jacksonian democracy, spanning from 1829 to 1860.