In The News Feed: Daily Update. News and Headlines.4/3/2023.

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US News:

James Comer ‘Concerned’ About Gov’t Doc Hunter Biden Sent Burisma Potentially from Joe Biden’s Classified Info

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“We don’t the know the true extent of what he [Joe Biden] has done,” Comer said. “All we know is he had classified documents scattered all over the place dating back to the time as U.S. senator.”

“There is one document in particular that I can tell you from my investigation of Biden family influence peddling that we are very concerned about with respect to the document that Hunter Biden sent to officials at Burisma in Ukraine,” Comer said.

“It was a government document. We are concerned that it may have been one of the classified documents,” he added.

James Comer: Four Biden Family Business Associates Cooperating with Investigation into Joe Biden 

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“We are in communication with four former Biden family business associates,” Comer told Fox Business. “They are cooperating with our investigation.”

“And I will tell you it’s very concerning,” he said about the information the whistleblowers revealed to the committee.

The committee was not able to confirm to Breitbart News who the four members were due to their whistleblower status, but one member is likely Hunter Biden’s top financial lieutenant Eric Schwerin.

In tandem with whistleblower cooperation, Comer’s probe has begun to produce tangible results. The committee revealed in March the Biden family received a collective $1.3 million cut in 2017 from a Biden family business associate, who was sent a $3 million wire transfer from a Chinese energy company linked to the CCP.

“We believe the reason the family was receiving this money is because of favors that Joe Biden did as vice president and or as president,” Comer told Bloomberg last week.

Chinese ‘spy balloon’ that flew over US gathered intelligence from sensitive military sites, officials say

A US Air Force U-2 pilot looking down on the Chinese spy balloon over Montana on 3 February. Pic: Department of Defense/US Air Force

The balloon would fly in a figure-of-eight pattern above sites as it collected information, mostly from electronic signals, which can be picked up from weapons systems or include communications from base personnel, rather than images, the three officials said.

The balloon had a self-destruct mechanism that could have been activated remotely by China, but the officials said it’s not clear if that didn’t happen because the mechanism malfunctioned or because China decided not to trigger it.

Crews were able to recover significant amounts of debris from where the balloon landed after it was shot down, including “all of the priority sensor and electronics pieces identified as well as large sections of the structure”.

Shadowbanning: Twitter’s Algorithm Disclosure Reveals Blacklisting Code

Twitter took its algorithm open source this weekend, allowing users to trawl through the company’s formerly hidden code. In the process, new information about how Twitter’s blacklisting of users and topics has come to light.

One Twitter user discovered a line of code referencing Twitter’s blacklisted topics. The blacklist itself was not released as part of the open-sourcing of the algorithm, as it is a file in a database and not a line of code.

What the code does reveal is that a user who discusses blacklisted topics on the platform will get de-ranked by the algorithm, causing fewer people to see and interact with their tweet.

Alabama cop indicted for allegedly murdering his girlfriend, unborn child

In a text exchange between the pair, Spraggins asked McCoy what she was supposed to do, to which he responded: “[A] bullet to the head sounds good to me.” (Facebook)

David McCoy, 28, has been charged with killing a person inside a car, killing a person and her unborn child, and killing a person under 14 years old (the unborn child), according to a March 24 indictment obtained by WHNT.

McCoy was placed on administrative leave after Courtney Spraggins, 26, was found dead in her vehicle parked outside the Weston Ranch Apartments in Huntsville, where McCoy was living with another woman, on Jan. 7.

The now former officer, who was off-duty at the time, allegedly called police that day to report her death himself, telling authorities she killed herself.

Abortion Biz Owner Won’t Back Down: I’ll Keep Killing Babies if Owner Terminates My Lease

A new Virginia abortion facility accused of pressuring a young teenager into aborting her unborn baby and lying to its landlord in two separate lawsuits insists that it will not close or leave town.

Speaking with Cardinal News, Bristol Women’s Health owner Diane Derzis said they are “getting busier all the time” and she will not move away even if her landlord wins the lawsuit.

“You know if [the lawsuit] were to go the other way, I’d just find another building. … But I don’t intend to lose,” she told the news outlet.

Trump indictment overshadows ‘bombshell revelations’ from Biden family probe: Devine

Fox News contributor Miranda Devine discusses the impact and timing of Trump’s indictment announcement following reports from the Biden family business dealings probe.

Massive Support Shown For President Trump In The Wake Of Indictment

World News:

Finland to officially join NATO on Tuesday

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg

The announcement was confirmed by NATO secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, who said the move will make Finland and other members safer.

“We will raise the Finnish flag for the first time here at NATO headquarters. It will be a good day for Finland’s security, for Nordic security and for NATO as a whole,” he told reporters in Brussels.

He also expressed his hope that Finland’s neighbour Sweden will be permitted to join in the coming months.

Peter Mcilvenna: Groomer Gangs In England

Ecuador’s President Authorizes Armed Civilians to Fight Crime

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Reuters noted that crime has reached a point where it is hard to curtail, and Lasso hopes to find some degree of respite in allowing citizens to be armed for self-defense.

Lasso—a political conservative—announced the new policy, saying, “We have a common enemy: petty crime, drug trafficking, and organized crime.”

“We’ve modified the decree that allows the possession and carrying of guns,” he continued. “In other words, in general terms … the possession and carrying of guns for civilian use in personal defense is authorized, in accordance with the requirements of law and regulations.”

Syria threatens Israel over third Damascus strike; IAF intercepts Iranian UAV TV7 Israel News 03.04

1) Tensions rise amid sporadic acts of terror in Jerusalem and the District of Judea.

2) An Iranian Unmanned Aerial Vehicle was down while trying to breach Israeli airspace, merely several hours after Unidentified Aircraft struck Iranian targets in Syria.

3) Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant pledges to strike at the Islamic Republic’s forces in Israel’s immediate neighborhood until they return to Iran.

Russian woman who ‘killed military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky by giving him booby trapped sculpture’ pleads her innocence as she is filmed being interrogated while chained to a radiator

The Russian woman arrested on suspicion of assassinating one of Vladimir Putin‘s propagandists in a bomb attack has today admitted she carried the statue laden with explosives into a cafe in St Petersburg – but insisted she had been ‘set up’.

Daria Trepova, 26, was filmed with her hands chained to a radiator while being interrogated by Russian investigators over the assassination of Kremlin propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky, 40. 

Tatarsky, a staunch supporter of Putin and his invasion of Ukraine, had been speaking at a political event at the cafe when the bomb exploded next to him, killing the propagandist and injuring 32 others in what the Kremlin claimed was a ‘terrorist attack’. 

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Russian Commander Watches Friendly Tank Blown to Pieces in Front of Him

On Monday, Ukraine’s General Staff of the Armed Forces said Russia had lost a total of 3,619 tanks since the start of the war on February 24, 2022.

 The updated count included one tank that Ukraine’s military said had been taken out in the previous 24-hour period.

In the clip, the tank is struck and a piece of the vehicle bounces back toward the camera’s vantage point, which is captured from over the left shoulder of the apparent Russian tank commander.

The surviving tank then reverses, and figures can be seen running away from the flaming tank.

Japan, U.S., South Korea conduct anti-sub drills with eye on North Korea

The U.S. Navy’s nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz arrives at a port in the South Korean city of Busan in March.   © Kyodo

Naval forces from South Korea, Japan and the U.S. began joint drills off Jeju Island on Monday, the South Korean defense ministry said, simulating a military response against North Korean submarines.

The trilateral drills involve deploying unmanned underwater vehicles as stand-ins for North Korean submarines. The three nations look to improve capabilities for sharing intelligence and repelling subs.

Leading the two-day exercise in waters south of the Korean Peninsula is U.S. Rear Adm. Christopher Sweeney, the commander of a carrier strike group. Each country is contributing warships to the drills.

Woman, 87, who refused to put heating on ‘for fear of high energy bills’ died from hypothermia, inquest hears

Mrs Bolton died in Fairfield Hospital in Bury

The inquest heard that hospital notes recorded Mrs Bolton had deliberately not turned her heating on “for fear of high energy bills”.

In his statement read to the court, Mr Bolton said he spoke to his mother every day, and visited her often.

He added the family had even bought her heaters but she would only put these on when the family came round.


Jerusalem Post Publishes Op-ed Calling for Coup Against Netanyahu

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The op-ed, written by Alon Ben-Meir, comes a week after Netanyahu paused his controversial judicial reforms to allow more time for negotiations between the government and the opposition.

But the opposition has not let up, and continues to hold demonstrations — even invading the offices of a think tank that proposed the reforms.

Ben-Meir accuses Netanyahu of attempting a “de facto coup d’état under the guise of judicial reforms.”

(As Breitbart News has noted, most of the reforms parallel existing institutions within the American judiciary.)

Steve Hilton: The anti-America alliance is growing

Fox News host Steve Hilton lays out the Biden administration’s ‘seismic’ and ‘disastrous’ foreign policy in the Middle East as China cozies up to more countries on ‘The Next Revolution.’

Idaho Takes An Axe To Ranked-Choice Voting In Elections, And North Dakota And Arizona Could Follow Suit


While Maine and Alaska are the only two states to employ RCV so far, their respective elections since implementing the system have produced outcomes that clearly contradict the desires of voters. In Maine, then-incumbent GOP Rep. Bruce Poliquin lost to Democrat Jared Golden during the 2018 midterms, despite Poliquin winning the most votes in the first round of voting.

That outcome was due to the state’s ranked-choice voting system.

Similarly, in Alaska, Democrat Mary Peltola won the state’s at-large congressional seat last year even though “nearly 60 percent of voters [cast] their ballots for a Republican.” RCV also played a major role in helping Alaska GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski fend off a challenge from Trump-backed Kelly Tshibaka during the 2022 midterms.

The system allowed her to win due to being listed second on Alaska Democrats’ ranked-choice ballots.

Harnwell: woke Finnish prime minister who hosted parties with kissing semi-naked lesbians booted out


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