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Germany is now increasing coal production, the GND is not working out for them. The Biden admin is going to try to shut down coal plants, this will fail in the end. There is a new push to put wind farms near Maine this will hurt the fishing industry, Trump brought the fishing industry back. The [DS] is trying to control the narrative, the Twitter files have been released and it damaged them and now they are panicking. The people are seeing the truth about J6 and the pandemic, the [DS]’s coverup is now being exposed. All of this was done to overthrow the US government and remove Trump. These people are treasonous and they need to be held accountable. Retribution is coming and there is no escaping it.
- The Biden administration proposed new rules that would impose stricter limits on the wastewater produced by coal-fired power plants, although companies could opt out by choosing to shut down their coal operations, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Wednesday.
- The proposed rule would require generators to completely eliminate all pollution from flue gas desulfurization wastewater and bottom ash transport water, two common types of pollution, and impose stricter limits on a variety of chemical pollutants, including selenium, mercury and arsenic, the EPA announced Wednesday. To avoid the restrictions, some companies could instead comply by burning natural gas or shutting down coal-fired plants entirely,
- Clinton claimed, without any evidence whatsoever, that women and girls are the “primary victims” of climate change.
- “Women and children are the primary victims of conflict and of climate change and there is no place that unfortunately, tragically, shows us that more dramatically than Ukraine today,” Clinton said.
- Clinton also said Covid had a “disproportionate impact” on women and girls.
- Biden’s budget allocates $60 million to expand the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) offshore wind permitting activities, an initiative fishermen say will damage their businesses and environmental groups warn could be killing whales.
- The funding is intended to support the administration’s goal of deploying 30 gigawatts of offshore wind capacity by 2030, which it states will generate enough energy to power 10 million homes for a year. Experts warn that wind projects disrupt the whale’s habitats and generate disorienting noise, factors that could be contributing to a recent increase in whale deaths. So far, their requests for the Biden administration to investigate have been fruitless.
- Fishermen are also sounding the alarm on offshore wind efforts.
- “Offshore wind will put American fishermen out of business,” Jerry Leeman, a commercial fishing captain, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “Developers and public officials are laying plans for wind farms that cover 10 million square acres off the coast of Maine alone. Those are highly productive waters that will be permanently closed to our boats.”
- President Donald Trump signed a proclamation to allow commercial fishing in the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument. The change falls short of eliminating the Obama-era designation and will instead be “taking down a no-fishing sign,” according to David Bernhardt, Secretary of the Interior, who was at the table for the discussion.
- “Under the last administration, commercial fishermen and Maine lobstermen were suddenly informed that nearly 5,000 square miles of ocean off the coast of New England would be closed to commercial fishing without justification,” Trump said in his opening remarks. “So we’re opening it today. We’re undoing [Obama’s] executive order.”
- “I heard that Canada doesn’t have to pay a tariff going into Europe, but you do?” Trump asked the panel.
- “Two years ago we were sending a lot of product to China,” said panelist and former Maine Gov. Paul LePage. “And then China put a tariff on us of 40 percent because of some of the trade issues between the two countries.”
- “And what happened to the tariff? Is it on now?” Trump asked him.
- “Oh it’s not gone down,” LePage said. “I haven’t checked lately, but you’re still paying the tariffs, right?” he asked the panel.
- The Chinese tariffs are the latest escalation in a trade war that started when the Trump administration levied tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese imports in 2018 in an attempt to bring China to the negotiating table.
- A biological male received an award during the International Women Day of Courage Ceremony at the White House on Wednesday.
- Jill Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken proudly stood next to the transgender (bio male) award recipient.
- Jill Biden gave the man a kiss as he received his ‘Woman of Courage’ award.
- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was hospitalized after a fall at the former Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C. Wednesday night, according to a report by Punchbowl News. There is no word on McConnell’s condition or injury.
- California’s Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom cut ties with Walgreens over its decision to stop selling abortion pills.
- Walgreens said it would stop distributing abortion pills in 20 states in response to legal battles spearheaded by Republican attorneys general.
- “[Walgreens] said it will not dispense mifepristone, the first of two drugs in the medication abortion process, in 20 states following a February 1 letter from GOP attorneys general in those states.” CNN reported.
- “We intend to be a certified pharmacy and will distribute Mifepristone only in those jurisdictions where it is legal and operationally feasible,” Walgreens said in a statement.
- Newsom responded by shutting Walgreens out of California state business.
- Joe Biden opened the US southern border when he came into office in January 2021. Since that time over 5 million illegal aliens have crossed into the US over the open border.
- Trump nominated Judge T. Kent Wetherell ruled on Wednesday that Joe Biden’s “catch and release” is illegal.
- The Hill reported:
1. TWITTER FILES:
Statement to Congress
THE CENSORSHIP-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX pic.twitter.com/JLryjnINXS
— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) March 9, 2023
'Totally Inappropriate': Government-Funded Entities Are Working to Drive Revenue Away from Disfavored Publications to the Ones They Favor@ShellenbergerMD: "NewsGuard and the Disinformation Index are both US government-funded entities who are working to drive advertiser revenue… https://t.co/QNq91AAhVY pic.twitter.com/7n0Y1rgG4J
— The Vigilant Fox 🦊 (@VigilantFox) March 9, 2023
Correction: Executive Order 13721 https://t.co/vuRTe2X8g0
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) March 9, 2023
- Section 1. Establishment of the Global Engagement Center. The Secretary of State (Secretary) shall establish the Global Engagement Center (Center) which shall lead the coordination, integration, and synchronization of Government-wide communications activities directed at foreign audiences abroad in order to counter the messaging and diminish the influence of international terrorist organizations, including the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), al Qa’ida, and other violent extremists abroad, with specific responsibilities as set forth in section 3 of this order. The executive director of the Center shall be the Special Envoy and Coordinator for Global Engagement Communications (Coordinator), who shall report to the Secretary through the Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy.
- Sec. 6. Establishment of a Temporary Organization. (a) There is established within the Department of State, in accordance with section 3161 of title 5, United States Code, a temporary organization to be known as the Global Engagement Center Coordination Office (GECCO).
- identifying, engaging, employing, or acquiring the best available talent across the U.S. and from global private sectors, academia, and elsewhere to support the Center’s mission;
When was the last time you witnessed a [D] party leader being Patriotic [exhibiting National Pride (love of Country)]?
When was the last time you witnessed a [D] party leader support those who took at oath to protect and defend?
WHO CONTROLS THE DEMOCRAT PARTY LEADERS?
The Great [D]eceivers.
The White House has reversed direction this week, saying it would support a Senate bill that would outlaw TikTok in the United States.
The Biden administration had been at a standstill for two years over how to deal with the threat to national security posed by the Chinese-owned mobile app.
U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Tuesday welcomed a bipartisan bill that would allow the Biden administration to ban the video-sharing app.
On Tuesday, Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and John Thune (R-S.D.) introduced the measure called the Restricting the Emergence of Security Threats that Risk Information and Communications Technology (RESTRICT) Act. The bipartisan bill is the most recent proposal that seeks to fully outlaw the app due to mounting concerns that it could be used to spy on Americans.
- Visa and Mastercard’s scheme to monitor gun and ammunition sales at retailers has been temporarily halted.
- Both credit companies said they would halt the development of the new merchant code for gun retailers with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
- In the last few months, Republican politicians have pushed bills in multiple states, including Florida and Mississippi, aiming to restrict credit card companies and payment processors from using the new merchant codes. At the start of this year, a bill that would “prevent the use of payment card processing systems for surveillance of Second Amendment activity and discriminatory conduct” passed West Virginia’s House and was sent to the state’s Senate.
- Had the credit card companies gone ahead with the draconian tracking system, it would’ve sparked a massive blowback that could damage their businesses. In other words, they wanted to avoid ‘go woke, go broke.’
Visa and Mastercard dropped their plans to track firearm and ammunition purchases because of my legislation.
When conservatives fight, we win. pic.twitter.com/m1rOfJSoVU
— Riley Moore (@RileyMooreWV) March 9, 2023
- Rep. Matt Gaetz’ resolution to remove troops from Syria within six months was shot down on Wednesday.
- The resolution to bring roughly 900 American troops stationed there failed with a 103-321 vote — as the majority in parties voted against it.
- Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Andy Biggs were among the most prominent and outspoken supporters of Gaetz’ proposal.
- , “the resolution was supported by 56 Democrats and 47 Republicans, while 150 Democrats and 171 Republicans voted against the resolution.”
And still no accountability. Who has Biden fired? Who has resigned for this debacle – hundreds of Americans left to the enemy and thirteen dead service members? No one https://t.co/J1AhBfTdWt
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) March 8, 2023
During today’s House Armed Services Committee (HASC) hearing on “Oversight of U.S. Military Support to Ukraine,” U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) grilled Department of Defense Inspector General Robert Storch on whether the Biden Administration is conducting rigorous oversight and ensuring military equipment is delivered to the correct recipients in Ukraine. Since the onset of the war a year ago, the United States has been the top contributor of military equipment and aid to Ukraine, sending over $113 Billion of taxpayer money to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
In response to Rep. Gaetz’s line of questioning, Inspector General Storch ultimately failed to give a clear answer.
Gaetz points out to Storch:
You cannot testify truthfully under oath that the DOD has complied with the policy and law regarding end-use monitoring during all times in this conflict. Isn’t that right?
Storch refused to directly answer.
- Insurance analyst Josh Stirling just released bombshell data on the connection between COVID-19 vaccines and “all-cause mortality.”
Top Insurance Analyst Finds a 7% Increase In Aggregate Mortality for Each C19 Dose Received
Josh Stirling: "The more doses … you have in a [US] region … the bigger increase in mortality …"
— The Vigilant Fox 🦊 (@VigilantFox) March 5, 2023
- Biden’s change, which allows males who “identify” as “transgender” to compete against actual women, is deemed harmful by 77 percent of general election voters. Only 23 percent of respondents believed the change is “helpful.”
- Nearly 77 percent of general election voters believe the Biden administration’s changes to Title IX, allowing men to compete against women in sports, harm women.
- Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is not happy that the Establishment’s January 6th narrative is falling apart.
- He had a complete meltdown on the floor of the Senate and even called on Fox News to stop Tucker from releasing January 6th tapes.
- The next day he lashed out at Speaker McCarthy for giving the footage to Tucker Carlson.
- He accused McCarthy of enabling the spread of “Donald Trump’s Big Lie.”
Elon Musk was having none of it.
He mocked Schumer, asking if he wanted Twitter to remove a video of January 6th.
The video mocks the idea that January 6th was an insurrection — a voiceover actor acts like a tour guide announcer in the Capitol:
Do you want us to remove this video? https://t.co/Qaaq4lGc9B
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 8, 2023
The Establishment knows its narrative is in trouble.
- unselect committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., claimed the panel never analyzed the video
- “I’m not actually aware of any member of the committee who had access,” Thompson said. “We had a team of employees who kind of went through the video.”
- Hiring investigators who “kind of went through the video” doesn’t sound like a very thorough investigation.
- However, Thompson’s admission that his committee lacked due diligence makes no sense. Since when do lawmakers have no access to the same material as their own staffers? Did none of the nine panel members view the footage that was played for the cameras? Does Thompson not know who had access to the tapes? Was it just the former television executives they hired to produce their show trials? Either Thompson is lying and knows exactly who had access, or he handed the key to Vice Chair Liz Cheney and had nothing to do with it while the committee leaked exclusives to CNN.
On Jan. 6th, a masked man wearing an earpiece and walkie-talkie was caught on video removing a glass window from the capitol. When he realized he was being recorded, he pushed another man and blamed him. He has not been added to the FBI's most wanted list, arrested, or charged. pic.twitter.com/M0qTYHYPoY
— kanekoa.substack.com (@KanekoaTheGreat) March 8, 2023
is allowed to lie to the public, withhold information, and operate without oversight by Congress.
This agent (or someone) deleted thousands of messages in FBIs "Lync" messaging system–messages relevant to investigation and required to be produced to defense counsel: pic.twitter.com/Ss2tt3XcHB
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) March 9, 2023
Brazen lawlessness at FBI in its biggest January 6 case.
Boss instructs FBI agent to "destroy" hundreds of items of evidence.
If this is a slam-dunk case of "seditious conspiracy," why is FBI destroying, hiding evidence? pic.twitter.com/l68FqLEtH1
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) March 9, 2023
Correction: Jail conversation
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) March 9, 2023
Concealing evidence. Doctoring evidence. Destroying evidence. Violating attorney-client privilege.
What's sad is this will be ignored even by conservative media and Congress simply bc they are members of the Proud Boys.
That's not a crime no matter how many times Wray says it. pic.twitter.com/IeXGj4gV7t
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) March 9, 2023
- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to run for the GOP nomination in 2024, but a Florida law would require him to resign as governor before he runs.
- The legislature would need to clarify and amend the bill to allow for a smoother entrance into the race, but no such bill has been filed, according to the office of Florida’s Speaker of the House.
- The legislative session began Tuesday and many speculate the governor will announce his candidacy once it concludes in May, so action on this bill is timely, Florida experts say.
- Nine boxes of documents were taken from the Boston office of President Joe Biden’s attorney, but the National Archives, which disclosed the find, said it has no idea what those boxes contain.
- The existence of the nine boxes of documents was disclosed by Debra Steidel Wall, acting archivist of the United States, in a letter to Republican Sens. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Chuck Grassley of Iowa.
- In response to a question from Johnson and Grassley about whether there were classified documents in the boxes, the reply said the contents are still a mystery four months after they were obtained.
- “NARA has not reviewed the contents of the boxes found at Mr. Moore’s Boston office,” the letter said, using the acronym for the National Archives and Records Administration.
- The letter revealed that the National Archives has known about these boxes since Nov. 3, the day after the Penn Biden Center documents were found and weeks before the American people learned about the finding of the Penn Biden Center classified documents.
- Story keeps changing
- “[W]hen NARA referred this matter to the Office of Inspector General on November 4, 2022, NARA informed the OIG that some boxes had been moved to Boston,” the letter said.
- The letter said the boxes were moved to Boston sometime in October.
How protected is Joe Biden by the leftist media? These are the first page of results when you search for this story on Google with "nine boxes Biden Boston." Nothing from any "mainstream" outlet about the story, nothing. https://t.co/d73RsIQFI0 pic.twitter.com/Nc4OHL44tX
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) March 9, 2023
Jesse Watters shared this on FOX News:
President Trump pointed out the obvious with the two-tiered system of law in the US. The DOJ is a criminal enterprise at this point.
The National Archives knew the information was coming out, they are getting ahead of the story by doing damage control . What would the optics look like if Johnson,Grassely,Horowitz released this information, NARA knew about this, why release the info now. Damage control