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US News:

The Drug That’s Killing Young Americans

Fentanyl is the leading cause of death for Americans between the ages of 18-45. And the number of deaths is rising every day. Who is to blame and how can it be stopped?

Adam Gordon is the Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of California, which is at the epicenter of this deadly drug battle.

He sits with PragerU CEO Marissa Streit to explain why Fentanyl is so lethal, how it gets into our country, and what parents can do to protect their children.

Slap on the Wrist: Washington State Fines Facebook $25 Million Fine for Campaign Finance Violations


The Seattle Times reports that King County Superior Court Judge Douglass North issued the maximum possible fine to tech giant Facebook after determining that the company had violated Washington State’s political disclosure laws 822 separate times between 2019 and 2021.

The state’s election laws require advertisers to disclose the identity of political ad buyers, the targets of the ads, and how many views they receive. The vast majority of news outlets and other advertising sources comply with the law, but Facebook believes it doesn’t need to.

Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office noted that this is the largest campaign finance penalty ever issued anywhere in the United States.

Usually, each violation of the law is punishable by up to $10,000 but as North found that Facebook intentionally violated the law, the fine was tripled.

GA Court Rules Citizens Have Standing To Sue Gov’t Officials

Courtney Kramer joins John Fredericks to discuss how the Supreme Court of Georgia just ruled that “Georgia citizens, including voters, do have standing to sue government officials who violate the law.”

Father and daughter speak out after trans female changed in girls’ locker room

High school coach Travis Allen and his daughter Blake Allen joined ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ to discuss their lawsuit against a Vermont school district after they were allegedly suspended for speaking out against a trans female in the locker room.

Father and three children, two others indicted in $1M COVID-19 fraud scheme


(The Center Square) – A federal grand jury has indicted six people from Benton Harbor on fraud charges.

They are accused of defrauding taxpayers by $1 million via unemployment insurance fraud and small business loans.

The indictment says between April 2020 and December 2021, six people submitted at least 98 false unemployment insurance claims in multiple states using at least 61 different names.

In response to those claims, Michigan, Indiana, California, Illinois, and Arizona paid out more than $764,000 in pandemic unemployment insurance benefits.

Those charged are Roshell Beaty, age 45; two sons of Beaty, 27-year-old Christopher Branch and 21-year-old Melvin Clinton; Beaty’s daughter, Danielle Branch, 28; Christopher Bates, 22; and Brianna Rimpson, 24.

Steve Hilton: ‘Hilarious’ that liberals are losing it over Twitter

‘The Next Revolution’ host Steve Hilton discussed the outrage following Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover and conservatives hopeful free speech will return to the platform

Elon Musk fires Twitter executives after officially taking control

Forbes Media Chairman Steve Forbes on what it will take for Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover to be a success and responds to Biden’s claims that Republicans would rise inflation

How Big Pharma escapes liability

This is how corrupt companies like Pfizer and Moderna shield themselves from vaccine liability.

AG Garland Reigns in Rogue Prosecutors After Losing Claim That Project Veritas Are Not Journalists

FBI Whistleblower Contacted Me this Morning With STUNNING Info

Arizona TV station airs graphic showing Kari Lake lost 12 days before midterm elections

A local TV news station in Arizona is apologizing after airing a graphic showing Katie Hobbs, the Democratic nominee for governor, as the winner in her race 12 days out from the midterm elections.

The graphic, which appeared Thursday afternoon on FOX 10 Phoenix at the bottom left-hand part of the screen, showed Hobbs with 53% support compared to 47% for Republican nominee Kari Lake. Hobbs, who is currently Arizona’s secretary of state, had a check by her number, indicating she was the victor.”

At 5:50p during the Fox 10 newscast today a small graphic appeared on the lower left side of the screen showing test results for the upcoming election.

These were generated by the Associated Press which distributes results to clients,

” FOX 10 said in a pair of tweets. “This graphic was never meant to go on air — the numbers were only part of a test. The station has taken steps to make sure this cannot happen again.”

‘The News Is a LIE, the Bible Is the TRUTH’: Kari Lake Debunks Rumors About Her Faith | @Glenn Beck

Kari Lake has faced attacks from every angle during her campaign for governor of Arizona, including against her faith.

Some have (anonymously) called her a Buddhist, and the media prefers the term “Christian nationalist.” So, I asked her to put the rumors to rest, and she didn’t hold back.

Kari tells me the amazing story of her spiritual journey, from her Christian upbringing to rekindling her faith after being “canceled” in 2019.

And she tells me the moment she realized “the news is a lie and the Bible is the truth.” WATCH the full interview with Kari Lake:


John Kerry Mulls White House Exit To Dodge Congressional Inquiries And Make More Money: REPORT

(Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)
(Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

Kerry, who did not have to be confirmed by the Senate, is not eager to remain in the administration as a Republican Congress could call on him to answer questions about his climate negotiations with China as well as his family’s private jet, Axios reported.

The president’s special envoy also wants to increase his already substantial net worth and is preparing to vacate his role following the November United Nations Climate Change Conference which will take place in Egypt.

“I can’t stress enough: Secretary Kerry has no plans to depart, and his sole focus is COP27, period, and anything else is baseless speculation,” a Kerry spokesperson told Axios.

Kerry has indicated to his colleagues that he feels that he has done all he can to push environmentalism both domestically and internationally, according to Axios.

Congress now requires all presidential envoys to be confirmed by the Senate, meaning that Kerry’s potential replacement could face difficulties getting confirmed should Republicans take control of the Senate in the November midterm elections.

8 ‘threats’ to democracy according to Democrats & 1 REAL ONE

Today, Democrats LOVE to discuss all the ‘threats’ to democracy our nation faces today.

In this clip, Glenn reads an article from the Federalist that lists several of those major ‘threats’ — from Donald Trump and Elon Musk to Ted Cruz and the U.S. Supreme Court.

But there is one ACTUAL threat to democracy that Democrats missed, Glenn says. In this clip, he unveils what that danger truly is…

Kari Hits Another HOME RUN Against Dishonest Media

Tucker Carlson: The US is about to run out of diesel fuel

Fox News host Tucker Carlson weighs in on the energy crisis stemming from the Russia-Ukraine war on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.

World News:

‘End Of That Regime’: North Korea Launches Two More Ballistic Missiles Before Imminent Nuclear Weapons Test

(Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)
(Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

The launches, the first of ballistic missiles in two weeks, come amid escalated nuclear rhetoric from Pyongyang that the U.S. military warned “will result in the end of that regime,” the Associated Press reported.

South Korea called the launches “a grave provocation,” although they did not pose an immediate threat to Seoul, as the U.S. and South Korean forces completed yet another set of military drills intended to deter the communist regime from using a nuclear or long-range missile against Western forces.

South Korea’s top official for nuclear issues held separate phone calls with U.S. and Japanese counterparts following the launch, the foreign ministry said, according to the AP. They agreed to strengthen defense cooperation among the three allies.

The launches herald an expected nuclear test sometime before the Nov. 8 midterm elections, which, if it occurs, would be its seventh test and the first since 2017.

Moscow Says ‘Departure’ Of Civilians Completed As 1,000 Extra Russian Troops Sent To Kherson Amid Heavy Fighting

Ukrainian soldiers fire at Russian forces from a seized Russian T-80 tank on a road near the city of Bakhmut on October 27.
Ukrainian soldiers fire at Russian forces from a seized Russian T-80 tank on a road near the city of Bakhmut on October 27.

Ukraine’s military says Russia is massing troops on the right bank of the Dnieper River as both sides appear poised for what could be a key battle for Kherson in Ukraine’s south, while Russian officials claim all civilians were evacuated from the city.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces said on October 28 that Moscow has sent in up to 1,000 recently mobilized soldiers to make up for personnel losses suffered at the hands of an ongoing Ukrainian counteroffensive in Kherson region.

Kherson, one of four partially occupied provinces that Russia proclaimed to have seized last month, controls the only land route to the Crimean Peninsula that Russia illegally annexed in 2014 and the mouth of the Dnieper that bisects Ukraine.

Sergei Aksyonov, the Russia-installed governor of Crimea, said on October 28 that President Vladimir Putin’s first deputy chief of staff, Sergei Kiriyenko, has visited Kherson.

Violent Clashes Reported At Protest In Southeastern Iranian City

Security forces in Zahedan reportedly used violence against protesters, with eyewitnesses reporting gunshots on October 28.
Security forces in Zahedan reportedly used violence against protesters, with eyewitnesses reporting gunshots on October 28.

Protesters clashed again with security forces on October 28 in Zahedan, a city in southeastern Iran that has seen weeks of unrest since a wave of demonstrations broke out following the death of a 22-year-old woman detained by the country’s morality police.

Dozens of people were killed in clashes in Zahedan four weeks ago during anti-government protests, and the Oslo-based group Iran Human Rights said people in Zahedan once again gathered after Friday Prayers on October 28 and chanted against the government.

Activists posted videos on social media showing protesters in the city calling for the death of “dictator” Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Basij militia, which has played a major role in a crackdown on the demonstrations.

Security forces in Zahedan reportedly used violence against protesters, with eyewitnesses reporting gunshots.

Hezbollah warns Beirut against normalization with Israel;Fatah calls for Jihad TV7 Israel News 28.10

1) The Iranian-proxy Hezbollah warns the Lebanese government not to take any small step that may hint to ‘normalization with Israel’.

2) Defense Minister Benny Gantz meets with Turkish counterpart Hulusi Akar and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara.

3) Amid successive defeats by Palestinian terror groups in the West Bank; Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Brigades proclaims Jihad against Israel.

Japan considering buying US Tomahawk cruise missiles

Japan is looking into buying US Tomahawk missiles, a mainstay of American campaigns in Syria and Iraq. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images
Japan is looking into buying US Tomahawk missiles, a mainstay of American campaigns in Syria and Iraq. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Any purchase would probably prove to be controversial, in a nation whose military is not officially recognised under its post-second world war constitution.

The Yomiuri Shimbun daily newspaper was among those reporting on Friday that Tokyo was in the final stages of discussions with the US government over purchasing the medium-range missiles, which are launched from the sea.

The newspaper said the Korean Peninsula would be within range of the missiles, depending on the launch area, citing unidentified government sources.

Asked about the reports, top government spokesperson Hirokazu Matsuno said ministers were “studying” the possibility but nothing had been decided.

Dad who made ​friend dig own grave after abusing​ daughter is freed

Vyacheslav (Slava) Matrosov, 35, was jailed for 18 months but now has been allowed home a year early.

There was a wave of sympathy in Russia for the father who forced child sex abuser Oleg Sviridov, 32, to dig his own grave in a forest.

The paedophile died soon afterwards following a fight with Matrosov, who secretly buried his corpse in the unmarked grave. 

Investigators concluded that Sviridov took his own life during the forest fracas in which Matrosov made clear his fury over the sex abuse.

Sviridov had repeatedly sexually abused Matrosov’s daughter, then aged six.

Upon being released from prison early, the father posted a picture with his wife Natalya, 35, with the words: ‘Home. Love very much.’


BOMBSHELL: Project Veritas FBI Whistleblower Exposes Latest Target | Ep. 218

Elon Musk is taking over Twitter—finally! Is this actually about more than just owning the libs? And speaking of libs, if you haven’t already, now is the time to get your money out of PayPal before it’s too late.

Plus, a new Project Veritas FBI whistleblower shows how we are, once again, the latest targets of the corrupt agency.

Liz breaks down what all of this has to do with the upcoming elections. This is The Liz Wheeler Show.

Neil Oliver – ‘…hostile forces are trying to control your mind…’

‘…it’s just another road leading to slavery….’

MRNA vaccines pushed by the CIA || Dr. Robert Malone

#CIA #MRNA #Vaccines Why is the CIA pushing mRNA vaccine technology? Dr. Robert Malone is an original inventor of mRNA vaccine technology.

Bongino Responds To Mask-Loving Conservative Who Messaged During Show