In The News Feed: Weekend Update.News and Headlines.4/2/2023.

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Exclusive: Manhattan judge to ‘impose GAG order on Donald Trump’

The extraordinary move to potentially silence a candidate for president will likely enflame Trump’s supporters as he prepares to fly out of his Florida home.

‘The Trump legal team now thinks that the Manhattan judge will take the unprecedented step of silencing the presidential frontrunner with an unconstitutional gag order tomorrow,’ said a source.

‘The Trump legal team is considering adding a First Amendment lawyer to the effort to combat this and will fight it all the way.’

Breaking the gag order could trigger a fine of $1000 and a prison sentence of as much as 30 days, under New York law. 

[VIDEO] Will the FBI arrest this guy for writing a hilarious song about Doug Mackey and Hillary Clinton?…

However, one ray of hope within this Stalinesque hellscape is that Americans are not backing down.

If anything, the meme wars are heating up once again.

And it’s gone beyond your average “meme.” Some are now writing hilarious parody songs about the dangers of mocking Hillary.

“Hang Down Your Head Doug Mackey,” which highlights the absurdity of Mr. Mackey’s guilty conviction for simply making fun of Hillary and her supporters.

This talented gentleman goes by the handle “foundring,” and his Twitter bio describes him as a pianist/singer/songwriter who was banned by band camp & YouTube.

Train derails 25 cars in Montana, spilling unconfirmed contents

Around 9:20 a.m. calls came into to the Sanders County Sheriffs Office of a 25 car train derailment. (Photos: Daffney Clairmont)

First responders say there is no threat to the public, but there has yet to be confirmation about what the affected containers were carrying.

Montana Rail Link, which owns the railroad, is aware of the situation, but the company that owns the train has yet to be identified, according to NBC Montana. 

The Montana crash comes less than a week after 70-car train hauling hazardous materials derailed in North Dakota.

EXCLUSIVE: March Southwest Border Migrant Apprehensions Jump to 161K After Two-Month Decline

U.S. Border Patrol/El Paso Sector

El Paso Sector agents apprehended 38,000 migrants in March — up 50 percent from the same month in 2022, the report revealed. It is also up from February when agents apprehended just over 32,000 migrants.

The Tucson Sector also closed out March with large migrant group apprehensions, Breitbart Texas reported. The large group of more than 200 migrants was taken into custody by Ajo Station agents on March 30. The large group was one of several groups of migrants who crossed the border in the area.

Tucson Sector agents apprehended more than 33,000 migrants in March — up 25 percent from the same month in 2022, the report revealed. It is also up from February when agents apprehended just over nearly 24,000 migrants.

Trump announces plan to address the nation for first time since indictment

An announcement from his 2024 campaign notes that Trump will speak from his Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, Florida on April 4 at 8:15 p.m. 

This indicates that the ex-president believes that he will be back at his estate in Florida by Tuesday evening despite an arraignment in his former home city earlier in the day where he will be charged, have his mugshot taken and be fingerprinted. 

While Trump is arraigned on Tuesday in New York City, Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a stalwart supporter of the ex-president, will be in the Big Apple rallying with the New York Young Republicans at a park near the courts.

‘Join Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene and us in peaceful protest of Alvin Bragg’s heinous attack on President Donald J. Trump!’ an announcement of the demonstration advertises. 

Former FBI agent calls out ‘continuous pattern’ of biased justice

Former FBI special agent Nicole Parker joined ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ to discuss might why the Trump indictment is likely ‘politically biased’ and the latest on the potential release of the Nashville shooter’s manifesto.

Police responding to active shooting at shopping mall

According to journalist John Crump, a second shooter is still the loose in the mall as police were following a “trail of blood.”

“Shooting at Dulles Town Center,” Crump tweeted. “One shooter down. Second one still in the mall. Cops following trail of blood.”

“One victim being transported,” he added. “Food court is the crime scene. Mall is shut down. Employees reported hiding in bathrooms.”

Shootout in Los Angeles Trader Joe’s parking lot after drug deal goes awry; 1 dead, 3 wounded

LAPD caught up to the Trader Joe’s parking lot shooting suspect after a brief pursuit.  (FOX 11 LA)

“We believe everyone that was involved in the dispute here is either in custody or the hospital,” Hamilton said, according to the Los Angeles Times. 

At the time of the press conference, three people were in custody and two remained at the hospital, though there was a possibility that those being treated at the hospital could later be taken into custody as the investigation progressed, the deputy chief added. 

Police said two firearms had been recovered, and the incident is being investigated as possibly gang-related. 

New York City woman abducted, raped in handcuffs and leg shackles on bus for hours: police

The rape and kidnapping victim managed to escape and walked to a police precinct blocks away from the location. (FOX 5 New York)

Alexander Isaac, 30, allegedly forced the victim into his Staten Island RV on Monday morning before abusing her.

He faces several charges, including kidnapping, rape, assault, unlawful imprisonment and criminal possession of a weapon.

According to court documents obtained by FOX 5 New York, the suspect put the woman in handcuffs and leg shackles and covered her mouth while assaulting her.

The woman managed to escape nine hours later and walked to a police precinct blocks away from the location. 

Florida father charged with murder after toddler found in alligator’s mouth

Fox News reports St. Petersburg Police Department Chief Anthony Holloway said, “It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that we found the body of Taylen Mosley. My condolences to his family.”

Authorities charged Mosley with two counts of first degree murder following a search for the boy after his mother was found fatally stabbed in her apartment on Thursday.

After the mother, Pashun Jeffrey, was discovered both state and federal authorities launched into a manhunt.

Lakes and ponds surrounding the apartment complex were searched by local Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue, Clearwater Fire Rescue, and St. Petersburg Fire Rescue teams. Cadaver dogs were deployed by Search and Rescue of Central Florida. 

Guy Ends Deputy’s Career with One Crazy Move

Deputy Sheriff Eric Tollackson with the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a residence for an unstable male in La Farge, WI.

Upon arrival, the male immediately sprinted at the deputy and head-butted him to the ground.

Two days later, Deputy Tollackson suffered a stroke and was found unresponsive on the floor of his home due to the severe impact.

Musk Pulls Check Mark From NY Times’ Twitter Account

Early Sunday, Musk tweeted that the Times’ check mark would be removed. Later he posted disparaging remarks about the newspaper, which has aggressively reported on Twitter and on flaws with partially automated driving systems at Tesla, the electric car company, which he also runs.

Other Times accounts such as its business news and opinion pages still had either blue or gold check marks on Sunday, as did multiple reporters for the news organization.

While the cost of Twitter Blue subscriptions might seem like nothing for Twitter’s most famous commentators, celebrity users from basketball star LeBron James to Star Trek’s William Shatner have balked at joining. Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander pledged to leave the platform if Musk takes his blue check away.

Destructive tornado, massive storm leaves 21 dead in South and Midwest

A massive storm roared through the South and Midwest on Friday, leaving at least 21 people dead in Arkansas, Indiana and Illinois.

Heart Breaking Tornado Damage Survey, From The Ground, Wynne, Arkansas

Heart Breaking Tornado Damage Survey, showing the extreme tornado damage in Wynne, Arkansas shot from the ground and drone footage of the destroyed waste water treatment plant.

Video shows search and rescue crews with a dog looking for storm victims, numerous destroyed vehicles and destroyed buildings along with drone footage from the waste water treatment plant area that also shows major ground scraping of debris and the tornado against the ground.

Reports of numerous water main leaks and natural gas line leaks in the area as crews and residents continue to sift through the debris.

Saturday 8 a.m. Indiana deadly storm damage in daylight

At least one confirmed tornado struck Indiana overnight, leaving three people dead and multiple communities with heavy damage.


SHOCKING: Anti-Hillary Influencer Found Guilty of Election Interference, with Darren Beattie

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China is happy with Trump indictment: Gordon Chang | America Right Now

On Saturday’s “America Right Now,” Gordon Chang details how the Chinese Communist Party reacted to the indictment against former President Donald Trump.

“They Have No Idea What’s Coming Their Way” Anti-Drag Protest in Chardon Ohio

April 1 2023 CHARDON, Ohio – A drag brunch and a show is held at Element 41 venue this morning, protesters, Patriot Front and defenders have positioned across from each other in front of the location.

World News:

Biden’s landmark climate Bill lures China’s clean energy giants

The Inflation Reduction Act, a signature achievement for US President Joe Biden’s administration, includes US$374 billion in new climate-related spending. PHOTO: AFP

China’s leading renewables firms are joining the rush to open factories in the US after Washington passed a landmark climate Bill that supports local clean energy manufacturing.

Some of China’s top solar panel makers are involved in setting up US plants, while the Chinese company that makes the world’s largest wind turbine, Ming Yang Smart Energy Group, is exploring whether to establish production and research facilities there.

Mr Biden’s climate policy is designed to boost domestic cleantech industries and reduce America’s reliance on imports.

The Bill extends to encouraging foreign firms to set up shop in the US, sparking a wave of new factory announcements since it was passed in August. But Chinese companies have been reticent about publicising their investments.

The Chinese government has launched its own probe of the CATL-Ford deal to ensure the battery giant’s core technology is not handed over to the US carmaker.

It is also considering an export ban that will help maintain its substantial lead in solar manufacturing.

CDC Issues Warning About Deadly Marburg Virus Amid Outbreaks in Africa

This transmission electron microscopic (TEM) image in 1975 of an undisclosed tissue sample, reveals the presence of numerous Marburg virus particles. (CDC/ Dr. Fred Murphy; Sylvia Whitfield)

People are being warned to avoid non-essential travel to the regions where the outbreak is occurring.

In Equatorial Guinea, the provinces are Kie-Ntem, Centro Sur, and Litoral. In Tanzania, the Kagera region had the confirmed cases.

Kenya and Uganda are on high alert due to the recent cases in Tanzania.

MVD is often fatal and is caused by the Marburg virus, which is in the same family as the virus that causes Ebola.

According to the CDC, (pdf) up to 9 out of 10 people infected with the virus will die without treatment.

Israeli cabinet votes in favor of establishing national guard

Israel’s government officially approved the establishment of a new “national guard” led by National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir, after ministers voted in favor of a major budget cut across all departments in order to fund it.

The powers and subordination of the new Ben Gvir-led body will be discussed by a professional committee of Israel’s security forces, the new national guard, and relevant government ministries.

US calls for G7 joint response to prevent China’s economic bullying of other countries: Report


According to a report by the Japan-based publication, Nikkei Asia, the United States is pushing the members of the Group of Seven countries to take joint action against China if it engages in economic coercion against the group’s partners.

The G7 countries are Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States along with the European Union.

The report also said that the US government and Congress have disclosed retaliatory measures against Beijing in advance which include raising tariffs.

This move is seen as Washington’s bid to discourage Beijing from economically bullying other countries. According to the report, the US has already called for action in working-level talks with G7 nations and asked for it to be on the agenda for this year’s G7 meetings. 

OPEC+ announces surprise oil output cuts

REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani/File Photo

DUBAI, April 2 (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia and other OPEC+ oil producers on Sunday announced further oil output cuts of around 1.16 million barrels per day, in a surprise move that analysts said would cause an immediate rise in prices and the United States called inadvisable.

The pledges bring the total volume of cuts by OPEC+, which groups the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries with Russia and other allies, to 3.66 million bpd according to Reuters calculations, equal to 3.7% of global demand.

Sunday’s development comes a day before a virtual meeting of an OPEC+ ministerial panel, which includes Saudi Arabia and Russia, and which had been expected to stick to 2 million bpd of cuts already in place until the end of 2023.

Dairy cows could be fed methane suppressants in bid to cut down on greenhouse gases

The government says it is planning to “encourage” the use of the suppressants – which can be made out of chemicals or natural ingredients such as seaweed – when they become available on the UK market.

And the government believes methane suppressants – which are expected to enter the UK market in 2025 – could help meet the UK’s target to achieve net zero by 2050.

Farmers also face the additional cost of buying the suppressants – at a time when many are facing higher feed and fertiliser costs.

Mr Bradshaw suggested this could be counteracted with rewards and incentives from government for producers who reduce their emissions.

Russian Military Blogger Killed in St Petersburg Bomb Blast

A well-known Russian military blogger, Vladlen Tatarsky is reported to have been killed in a St Petersburg explosion

Well-known Russian military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky was killed by a bomb blast in a St Petersburg cafe on Sunday in what appeared to be the second assassination on Russian soil of a figure closely associated with the war in Ukraine.

Russia’s state Investigative Committee said 19 other people were wounded in the blast, and it had opened a murder investigation.

Tatarsky, whose real name was Maxim Fomin, had more than 560,000 followers on Telegram and was one of the most prominent of the influential military bloggers who have championed Russia’s war effort in Ukraine while often criticizing the failures of the army top brass.

Forever War: Ukraine Official Dismisses Call for Peace as ‘Pure Cynicism’

Vladimir Shtanko/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Ukraine’s ambassador to Germany, Oleksii Makeiev, has lashed out at suggestions that his country should engage in negotiations with Russia after a number of politicians and trade union officials called for talks to be sought.

Spearheaded by historian Peter Brandt, son of former Chancellor Willy Brandt, numerous officials within the ruling Social Democratic Party (SPD) have called on sitting Chancellor Olaf Scholz to help formulate a peace plan for Ukraine and Russia alongside France, Brazil, China, India and Indonesia.

Brandt’s call for peace has been ridiculed by Makeiev, who attacked any calls for a ceasefire between the warring nations as being a cynical attempt to save Putin from being held accountable for his actions.

“This peace appeal is not an April Fool’s joke,” Die Welt reports the ambassador as saying. “This is pure cynicism towards the numerous victims of Russian aggression.”

Neil Oliver: All the neo-Liberal stooges are running scared now and for good reason.

So THIS was all a LIE in Ukraine? 

Ukraine has admitted that it is out of amunition as heads of state go to China to talk about peace.

Meanwhile, those weekend warriors that up and went to Ukraine at the beginning of the conflict turn out to be frauds.

Ex-CIA Operations Officer Discusses the Reality of Child Sex-Trafficking

‘Billboard Chris’ assaulted in Vancouver by angry trans activists; police officer says he was ‘inciting violence’ with his speech

Child safety advocate Chris Elston, otherwise known as ‘Billboard Chris,‘ was assaulted multiple times by trans activists as the Vancouver police stood by and watched it happen and the investigating officer for the incident claimed that Chris had “incited violence” by screaming at activists, and that the assault was a “mutual fight.”

Elston showed up at Grandview Park in Vancouver where they were hosting a “Trans Day of Visibility” Rally and immediately upon his arrival activists began harassing him, which escalated into an incident where Eslton received a cut on his nose.

Elston was then assaulted again as police seemed to stand by and watch the tensions boil over.

Elston was conducting an interview as trans activists began to surround him and shout expletives.

One activist was shouting in his ear, and as he attempted to move away he was grabbed by the throat and tossed to the ground. 

This Swiss hypersonic hydrogen-powered jet will cut flights from Europe to Australia to 4 hours

Destinus’ Eiger Prototype which conducted its maiden flight on April 13th, 2022   –  Copyright  Destinus

Flying across the world from Europe to a destination such as Australia currently takes around 20 hours in a regular passenger jet.

But a Swiss start-up is looking to cut that journey time down to just over four hours – with a hypersonic, hydrogen-powered passenger jet.

Destinus has been testing its prototype aircraft for the past couple of years, announcing successful test flights of its second prototype – Eiger – at the end of 2022.

Hydrogen power is the subject of a lot of research and development, with proponents pointing to its green credentials, the main byproducts of hydrogen combustion being heat and water.

Germany: AfD party launches new map tracking migrant crime across the country

The interactive map details reports of migrant crime across Germany

Discussing the launch of the case tracker, Stephan Brandner, the party’s deputy federal spokesperson explained the party was assuming the responsibility of a media which has “mostly gone silent or hidden” on rising migrant crime, stating the conservative party has now taken on the “role of objective scout.”

“The individual local newspaper reports the stabbing or gang rape in their traffic area, but the profile of the perpetrator is concealed so that it remains completely unclear where the perpetrator is from or if he allegedly had to be deported a long time ago because he is in the country illegally.

“Citizens want to know where the aggressor comes from and what social background he comes from. Because anyone who knows the profiles of the perpetrators will see that with the uncontrolled migration of millions of people from often archaically structured societies or from areas of crisis and war, people also come to us that violence is part of everyday life,” Brandner added.

Germany: Berlin court rules anti-White Critical Race Theory can be taught in schools

After a father filed an emergency appeal against Critical Race Theory (CRT) in his son’s classroom, the Berlin Administrative Court has ruled that the racist theory is permitted in Berlin’s classrooms.

The court argues that children should “basically be expected to be confronted with the views and values of a pluralistic society – despite a possible contradiction to their own convictions.”

Critical Race Theory, first popularized in the United States, comes in various permutations but is overall defined as anti-White hate theory, which posits that White societies are inherently racist and systematically oppress minorities. The theory arises in the U.S. despite programs like affirmative action, trillions funneled into inner cities to improve minority outcomes in education over the last decades, programs from universities and corporations to recruit minorities to the exclusion of Whites through Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) schemes, government discrimination against Whites, and even preference in medical care for minorities over Whites.

Although CRT is not as widespread in Germany, it is increasingly incorporated into classrooms, especially by activist teachers influenced by progressive trends in the U.S. and the United Kingdom.

As a part of the emergency appeal in Germany, the father also attempted to halt forced teaching of gender-neutral language in his son’s school, but the court also rejected this appeal, according to Berliner Zeitung

Joe Biden ‘led the charge’ for trans activism with an ‘absurd statement’: Nashville shooting

US President Joe Biden “led the charge” in transgender activism following the Nashville school shooting by releasing an “absurd statement” about Transgender Americans shaping the “nation’s soul”, Sky News host Rita Panahi said.

“That is the state of the culture right now, celebrities, corporates and the overwhelming majority of the media relentlessly pushing the trans activist rhetoric,” Ms Panahi said.


Industry groups forming to combat Biden’s crackdown on gas appliances

“The kitchen is the epicenter of everybody’s home,” Stewart told the “Just the News, No Noise” TV show. “It’s where parents teach their kids. You gather around the center island and eat together. This is a place where all the teaching takes place. And this green movement is knocking on our front doors and working its way to the center of our houses.” 

The aggressive, new regulatory reach straight into the heart of American domestic life “really bothers people,” said Stewart. “It’s an invasion of their personal space.”

He said his industry will be forming an effort to whip up consumer support against the regulations and send an unmistakable message to “keep your hands off our stoves.”

Dark horse presidential candidate unleashes bold plan to pardon J6 prisoners and Doug Mackey, drain IRS and FBI swamp…

So, who is this big time America First proponent?

Well, he’s the son of Indian immigrants, who also happens to be an entrepreneur, author, and conservative political activist. He is a renowned expert on the progressive movement, and wrote two wildly popular books called “Woke, Inc” and “Nation of Victims.”

Wikipedia states that after working as an investment partner, Mr. Ramaswamy went on to found the biopharmaceutical company Roivant Sciences in 2014.

And while all of that sounds rather impressive, it gets better.

Let’s face it, if the regime can railroad President Trump, they can railroad average Americans… and nowhere was that more obvious than in Brooklyn New York, during the Mackey “meme trial.”

Vivek was outraged by that trial and blasted the Douglass Mackey guilty conviction, calling it a “flagrant violation of our First Amendment rights.”

And the politcal weaponization couldn’t be more blatant and shameless. Take for example, Ms. Wong, a left-wing activist who was not hunted down by the DOJ and was not arrested by the FBI for dressing up like a MAGA supporter and telling Trump supporters to “text by phone.”

Ms. Wong, unlike Douglass Mackey, who simply shared a meme somebody else made, is not facing up to 10 years in federal prison.

Jim Jordan: ‘Have to Look’ at Limiting Funds to FBI, DOJ

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said the House GOP should look at legislation and appropriations to potentially defund the Justice Department and the FBI for politically weaponizing its authority to meddling in elections.

“Maybe most importantly, Maria, we control the power of the purse,” Jordan told Maria Bartiromo on Sunday. “And we’re going to have to look at the appropriations process and limit funds going to some of these agencies, particularly the ones who are engaged in the most egregious behavior.”

Bartiromo asked which ones would be on the hook for getting funding cut, the “DOJ and the FBI?”

Left-Wing Labour Party Vows to Make it Easier to Change Genders if Put into Power

Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Marking the ‘International Transgender Day of Visibility’, Britain’s left-wing opposition has vowed that if put into power they will seek to “modernise” the “outdated Gender Recognition Act [GRA] in order to allow people to change their gender with less restrictions.

“The Labour Party will always be committed to building a society where the trans community feel safe and respected,” a social media post outlined.

Laying out an plan should they win the next general election and Sir Keir Starmer becomes the next prime minister — which is currently the likely outcome according to the latest polling — the Labour Party vowed to introduce tougher punishments for hate crimes against “LGBT+” peoples as well as banning the dubiously titled “conversion therapy” in “all its forms.”

Signature verification software used by Maricopa County says 10% is ‘high-confidence’ match

When asked about using Verus Pro for signature verification, the county told Just the News, “Maricopa County does not use Verus Pro for signature verification.”

Maricopa County has yet to respond to follow-up questions about what voters must do to confirm or cure their signature or what the county uses Verus Pro for since its current contract with Runbeck says it’s for signature verification.

Lake’s lawsuit is being held up by the state Supreme Court as it considers whether she should face sanctions for bringing her case.

The trial court judge, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson, had set a schedule to reexamine the signature verification issue after the Arizona Supreme Court remanded the case to him, but he rescinded his order after the high court set its schedule for considering sanctions.

On Friday, Lake tweeted that Maricopa County election officials wouldn’t allow her legal team to inspect ballot signatures.


VIRAL: Hawley Leaves DOE Director REELING After He Can’t Answer Question


SUNDAY SPECIAL w/ John Rich, TomMcDonald, Robert Sirico and Will Cain – 04/02/2023

This week we present you: Musicians John Rich and Tom McDonald, Father Robert Sirico, Fox News’ Will Cain and Former Secret Service agent Jeff James.

[CLIP] Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (Part 2): The Pandemic Simulations That Foreshadowed Our New Reality

Event201: “What they’re talking about is using this pandemic as a pretext for clamping down totalitarian controls. And the first thing they said is we have to limit free speech…

And particularly, we cannot allow people to talk about a lab leak. They’re doing this in October of 2019—before any of us had ever heard of Wuhan.”

In part two of our interview with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., we discuss the Event 201 pandemic simulation sponsored by Bill Gates and the World Economic Forum that took place in October 2019.

Among the participants was Chinese CDC director George Gao. This was one in multiple major pandemic simulations conducted since 2001. And they have an eerie pattern, Kennedy argues.

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