In The News Feed: Daily Update. News and Headlines.4/28/2023.

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Doctors Were Bribed for Covid Vaccination Coercion

As detailed in “How COVID Patients Died for Profit,” hospitals were financially incentivized to diagnose patients with COVID and treat them with protocols known to be lethal, in part to “protect” the staff from infection.

As if that weren’t bad enough, primary care providers across the U.S. were also bribed to coerce patients into getting the toxic COVID shot. The following document was posted to Twitter in mid-April 2023 by Rep. Thomas Massie, an award-winning scientist and Republican Congressman for Kentucky.1

“Ethically, shouldn’t doctors disclose when they’re profiting by recommending a drug or treatment — especially a drug or treatment for which there is no medical malpractice liability?” Massie said.2

Doctors Were Incentivized to Jab Babies Too

Once the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized the COVID shot for children, similar vaccination incentives were extended to them as well. As detailed in an Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Medicaid provider bulletin3 dated July 2022, doctors received $50 for each Medicaid patient aged 6 months and older, who got the experimental shot.

Illegal Immigrant SHUFFLES on Crashed Car Attempting to Flee from DPS Troopers

An illegal immigrant found himself SHUFFLING on a crashed car while attempting to flee from Texas Department of Public Safety troopers earlier this week in Hidalgo County, TX.

Five illegal immigrants and the driver were detained and referred to Border Patrol, but seven more evaded custody by running into a nearby neighborhood.

First Republic Bank nearing collapse? Shares tank amid dim hopes of survival


First Republic Bank’s shares plunged nearly 40 per cent on Friday as the California-based bank closed on to yet another week of the loss of the financial heft it once bossed over.

According to the people briefed on the matter, the First Republic Bank and its advisers have been preparing to launch a private-sector solution amid the likelihood of the bank being taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation [FDIC], Financial Times reported.

However, so far, the proposal reportedly falls short of winning over both the private-sector US banks and the officials in Biden administration, the report added.

The bank is now “engaged in discussions with multiple parties about [its] strategic options while continuing to serve [its] clients.”

Giant Transgender (Bio Male) Student at SoCal High School Assaults Girl After Exposing His Genitals in Girls’ Locker Room (VIDEO)

Fox LA reported:

Across social media, videos show a brawl breaking out at Riverside’s Martin Luther King High School. What began as two students arguing on campus turned into a brawl involving a student who identifies as transgender.

While fights aren’t uncommon on high school campuses across the country, but families and students at MLK tell FOX 11 that the transgender student from the viral fight video has a history of erratic and uncomfortable behavior.

Parents and students tell FOX 11 that the said student has access to the girls’ locker rooms and bathrooms.

In a statement released by the Riverside Unified School District, the student at the center of controversy no longer attends MLK.


A Transgender student at a High School in Riverside, California has assaulted a girl after exposing his genitals and spitting at girls in the girls locker room.

According to a student witness, the transgender boy entered the girls locker room and after being confronted for…

— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) April 28, 2023

IRS Hiring More Armed Tax Enforcers in All 50 States

 (Stefani Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images)

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is hiring armed tax agents nationwide to bolster the ranks of its criminal investigations division as the Biden administration seeks to beef up enforcement of tax laws with $80 billion in new funding.

IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel confirmed during a Thursday hearing of the House Ways and Means Committee that the IRS Criminal Investigations (IRS-CI) unit plans to hire additional staff who are authorized to carry guns.

Werfel was responding to a question from Rep. Adrian Smith (R-Neb.) about whether an estimated 360 new armed agents would be hired per year over the next five years for a net gain of 1,200 after attrition due to resignation and retirement.

According to a job posting on, IRS-CI is looking to fill 360 vacancies for new full-time criminal investigation special agents spread across all 50 states.

Icon weight loss company Jenny Craig tells staffers expect mass layoffs, amid transition to online

Weight loss company Jenny Craig isanticipate mass layoffs as it begins “winding down physical operations” and is on looking for a buy, according to internal communications this week shared with staffers.

The company wants to move to an e-commerce-driven business model to better reach today’s consumers and their spending patterns.

“Like many other companies, we’re currently transitioning from a brick-and-mortar retail business to a customer-friendly, e-commerce driven model,” said a Jenny Craig spokesperson.

Federal Reserve Chairman Powell pranked into a phone call with Zelensky impersonator

The video call occurred in January, and the two pranksters have been identified by The Washington Post as Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexei Stolyarov, supporters of Russia President Vladimir Putin.

The newspaper reportedthat Russia State Television aired the video but did not say when. So it remained unclear Friday morning why the video is now being widely reported

The Federal Reserve has issued a statement about the virtual conversation about the economy and Russian having invaded Ukraine in which the agency said no confidential information was revealed.

Damning snaps show Brian Walshe bought hacksaw, cleaning supplies after wife vanished: authorities

The grainy black-and-white surveillance camera shots reveal the 47-year-old Massachusetts art dealer wearing a face mask as he stuffs a litany of supplies into a shopping cart at Lowe’s, including five-gallon buckets, a hacksaw, terrycloth towels, a framing hammer, a Tyvek suit, a mop, rags, trash bags and cleaning products, according to a prosecutors’ statement in the case.

The pictures — along with location data from Walshe’s oldest child’s cellphone — place the suspect “alone in Lowes where he bought items that would aid in the dismemberment and disposal of a human body and the cleanup of a murder scene,” prosecutors wrote.

Another photo shows Walshe throwing what looks like a heavy black trash bag into a dumpster outside a Massachusetts apartment building, the Daily Mail reported.

EXPOSING the NY Times & Wash Post – Jose Vega

Carlson Video Exceeds 60M Views in Less Than 24 Hours

Tucker Carlson’s two-minute video posted on Twitter containing his first comments since he was fired by Fox News on Monday had gained more than 60 million views as of Thursday afternoon.

Carlson’s video was posted at 8:01 p.m. Wednesday and had racked up 60.5 million views by 3:30 p.m. EDT Thursday. It did not address the abrupt departure from Fox of the host with the highest-rated cable news show or what he plans to do next. Fox has yet to comment on what led to Carlson’s firing.

By comparison, President Joe Biden’s video announcing his intention to run for reelection, posted on Twitter at 6 a.m. Tuesday, had 41.9 million views by the same time Thursday.

Hunter Biden will appear in court to face stripper baby mama over child support

According to the Daily MailLunden Roberts, the woman with whom Biden has a four-year-old daughter, recently revealed that her legal team had retained Garrett Ziegler as an expert witness. 

Ziegler and Biden have a long history. The latter sued the former for trying to obtain knowledge about the infamous laptop via his conservative non-profit Marco Polo. 

Biden’s lawyer, Brent Langdon, explained that given Ziegler’s research into Biden’s finances, the desire to have more time to prepare was not “for purposes of delay or to cause prejudice to any party but rather so that justice may be obtained by all parties.”

As the Arkansas Democrat Gazette reports, however, Judge Meyer was having none of it.

NC Supreme Court restores voter ID, reverses redistricting ruling, ends felon voting

N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Newby, center, asks a question as Justices Michael Morgan and Anita Earls listen to oral arguments. (Image from Supreme Court of North Carolina YouTube channel)

In a trio of opinions totaling 436 pages, the N.C. Supreme Court has restored North Carolina’s voter ID law, ruled that state courts cannot consider partisan gerrymandering claims, and ended voting for felons who have not completed their sentences.

Each ruling issued Friday divided the court, 5-2. Republican justices supported the majority opinions. Democratic justices dissented.

In Holmes v. Moore, the voter ID case, the state’s highest court reversed a Dec. 16 ruling from the outgoing Supreme Court, which then had a 4-3 Democratic majority. That court had affirmed a trial court’s decision to throw out the 2018 voter identification law as racially discriminatory.

Voters replaced two Democratic justices with Republicans last November, a little more than a month before the state Supreme Court’s voter ID decision. Those new justices took office Jan. 1. The new court granted a rehearing of the case in March.

Mayorkas Is Continually Lying As Migrants “Mobilize” At Southern Border, Ben Bergquam Reports

Liberals find themselves handcuffed by their Jan. 6 ‘insurrection’ rhetoric after Democratic radicals storm various state capitols

Image source: Twitter video, @kelseymgibbs – Screenshot

The Associated Press attempted to do some damage control Friday with an article criticizing Republicans’ alleged exploitation of the rhetorical precedent set by the American left concerning what makes for an insurrection.

The Washington Post attempted something similar earlier this month, denouncing comparisons between the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot and the various Democratic attacks on legislatures ever since.

For years, the characterization of the Jan. 6 riot was used to great effect, particularly as a rationale for applying harsher sentences to protesters, censoring speech online, and preventing Republicans from holding, seeking, or staying in office.

However, in recent months, Democrats and other radicals have stormed various state capitols, threatening the lawmakers therein and holding democratic processes for ransom.

As keen observers have noted the staggering similarities between these incidents and the 2021 episode that the media continues to call an “insurrection,” liberals have sought move the linguistic goalposts.

Elon Musk exposes journalist’s real motivations

Elon Musk has introduced a new “blue check” to Twitter, and journalists are not happy.

The blue check costs $8 per month and can be bought by anyone. Despite the outrage from journalists all over the site, Musk does not seem to care.

In fact, he believes the blue check is a great idea, as he believes “the same standard should apply” to him as to everyone else on Twitter.

Musk says that the reason journalists are angered is because “they don’t like being put on the same platform as the average citizen.”

“Do you want to know what’s really going on,” he asks, “or do you want their opinion?”

Man charged with indecent exposure and who broke woman’s leg given probation by liberal DA

Texas man who was convicted after he caused a woman’s leg to shatter in four places and reportedly touched himself inappropriately received no prison time due to the actions of a liberal district attorney.

Antonio Rios, 36, was sentenced to 10 years probation following a conviction on the charge of aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury, according to a report.

The decision to give Rios, who is also facing indecent exposure charges, was the product of Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza.

Garza was elected on a platform of criminal justice reform.

In the past, Garza has worked to eliminate cash bail for people charged with nonviolent, low-level crimes, pushed for diversion programs, and did not prosecute certain “low-level” drug offenses, according to the report.

World News:

Australia prepares for record-breaking migrant intake in coming years

The budget is anticipated to unveil an increase of more than 700,000 people by 2025, up from 470,000 in earlier projections.

A leaked briefing note given to the national cabinet yesterday attributes the sharp rise to the return of international students and working holiday makers.

Russian cruise missile strikes kill at least 25 civilians in Ukraine 

Firefighters carry a body recovered from the rubble of a residential building that was hit during a Russian attack in Uman, central Ukraine, Friday, April 28, 2023.Bernat Armangue/Copyright 2023 The AP. All rights reserved.

 Russia fired more than 20 cruise missiles and two drones at Ukraine early Friday, killing at least 25 people, almost all of them when two missiles slammed into an apartment building in a terrifying night time attack, officials said. Three children were among the dead.

The missile attacks included the first one against Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, in nearly two months, although there were no reports of any targets hit. The city government said Ukraine’s air force intercepted 11 cruise missiles and two unmanned aerial vehicles over Kyiv.

The strikes on the nine-story residential building in central Ukraine occurred in Uman, a city located around 215 kilometres (134 miles) south of Kyiv. Twenty-three people died in that attack, according to Ukraine’s National Police. They included two 10-year-old children and a toddler.

US not intent on war vs Russia re Syria; Iran’s MFA tours Lebanon-Israel border TV7Israel News 28.04

1) Tens of thousands of Israelis flood the streets of Jerusalem in support of the government’s aspiration to pass a Judicial reform.

2) The Israeli Navy and U.S. Fifth Fleet hold a joint maneuver near the strategic Strait of Bab al-Mandab – amid rising tensions vis-à-vis Iran.

3) Pentagon Press Secretary Brigadier Pat Ryder highlights that the United States is not interested in war with Russia amid rising tensions in Syria.

Brazilian Court Suspends Messaging Platform Telegram Nationwide

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Brazil’s federal police secured a court order for the information after a horrifying wave of gun, axe, and knife attacks on young children over the past few months.

Brazilian Justice Minister Flavio Dino announced a crackdown on social media two weeks ago, demanding platforms ban users who are “promoting or supporting attacks or violence against schools.”  

Dino’s edict included orders for social media companies to send data on such users to the police, with fines of up to $2.4 million awaiting platforms that do not comply.

When Twitter refused Brazil’s censorship demands, Brazilian users accused the company of “supporting massacres.”

Telegram prides itself on maintaining the security of its encrypted communications and the privacy of its users and has found itself on the front lines of the worldwide Internet privacy wars many times over the years as a result.

The company has occasionally agreed to restrictions in extreme cases, such as blocking channels employed by terrorist groups like ISIS. 

GRAPHIC: Cartel Violence in Mexico Continues to Escalate near Border State Capital

The Matamoros faction of the Gulf Cartel has been sending teams of gunmen since last year into Ciudad Victoria, the capital of Tamaulipas, and several of its surrounding communities.

As Breitbart Texas has reported, the territory expansion undertaken by the Gulf Cartel is directly linked to the arrival of current Tamaulipas Governor Americo Villarreal.

The Gulf Cartel expanded into the central and southern parts of the state after his swearing-in and began to extort local ranchers, farmers, and businessmen.

In recent days, a group of cartel gunmen wearing tactical gear bearing the logo of the Gulf Cartel attacked a group of Tamaulipas police officers as they moved around the town of La Independencia — near the city of Jimenez. 


Verdict: False

The video is from 2015. It was not taken by the Ukrainian military.

Fact Check:

A Russian missile and drone strike in Ukraine killed at least 16 people early Friday, according to The Associated Press. The missiles struck an apartment building in the center of Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, the outlet reported.

The video claims to show a Ukrainian drone hovering above Moscow’s Red Square. The tweet reads, “Ukrainian drone successfully completed a recon mission above the Kremlin and the Red Square. You can see Lenin’s Mausoleum in the initial shot. Putin is not the only one preparing for May 9th.”

However, through a reverse image search, Check Your Fact found that the video is actually from 2015. The video was posted to YouTube in October 2015 by the AirPano VR YouTube channel. The video’s title reads, “360° Moscow Kremlin. 4К aerial video.”

China sends 38 warplanes, 6 navy vessels near Taiwan

An armed Chinese fighter jet flies near a U.S. Navy P-8 Poseidon patrol aircraft over the South China Sea about 135 miles east of Hainan Island in international airspace. (U.S. Navy/Released)

Taiwan Armed Forces monitored the situation, Taiwanese officials said, and “tasked [combat air patrol] aircraft, Navy vessels, and land-based missile systems to respond these activities.”

Experts recently warned that China may be practicing for an invasion of Taiwan by cutting off its internet access, repeatedly severing undersea communications cables near the independent island nation.

Two internet cables between Taiwanese islands were severed in February and Taiwan said it suspected Chinese commercial vessels were responsible, The Associated Press reported.

Experts told The Sun the incident was likely the latest in a series of Chinese operations to intimidate the island and practice the first stages of an invasion.

Bodybuilders collapsing and dying suddenly – more suspicious high level athlete deaths

Italy – 38 year old bodybuilder Simone Venturini died suddenly in his home on April 24, 2023. An autopsy has been ordered

Some people might be tempted to dismiss deaths of bodybuilders. Not me.

There are many deaths here that are highly suspicious, cardiac arrests, deaths in their sleep, and what I found particularly interesting, deaths with seemingly no explanation.

So many deaths that I had to remove the powerlifters and weightlifters and put them in a separate substack article.

Covid vaccine-injured Class Action Lawsuit filed in Federal Court of Australia

The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (“TGA”) did not fulfil their duty to properly regulate the covid injections, resulting in harm and damage to Australians, argues a Class Action lawsuit filed on Wednesday in the Federal Court of Australia.

The action is seeking compensation on behalf of covid vaccine-injured Australians for damages and losses sustained.

Over 500 injured covid vaccine-injured Australians, many of whom have suffered life-altering adverse events, have now expressed interest in the action, as have family members of Australians who died after receiving the vaccine.


Trump on Abortion: Would ‘Look at’ Signing 15-Week Ban

Former President Donald Trump on Thursday said he would “look at” signing a 15-week abortion ban if elected in 2024.

“We’re looking at a lot of different options. We got it back to the States. We did the Roe v. Wade thing, which they’ve been trying to get it done for 50 years. I got it done. I appointed incredible justices and judges all over 300 federal judges and three justices and I was able to do things that nobody else was able to and we’ll get something done where everyone is going to be very satisfied,”

Trump said when asked by a reporter whether he would consider signing a 15-week abortion ban proposed by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., if it passed Congress.

Ten months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe and a nationwide right to abortion, states are pushing in opposite directions on the issue.

This week, one state adopted a ban, two states tried to but didn’t get support from enough lawmakers and three states advanced measures to protect abortion access. These are the latest developments among a slew of legislative and court actions on abortion.

GOP Unveils ‘Strongest Border Security Package … Ever,’ Vows House Will Pass in May

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The package is a combination of legislation from three committees that House Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-LA) touted as “the strongest border security package that Congress has ever taken up.”

The three committees’ chairmen, Reps. Mark Green (R-TN), Jim Jordan (R-OH), and Michael McCaul (R-TX), introduced their respective components at a press conference while tearing into the Biden administration for its open borders posture, which has attracted a staggering five million illegal migrants to the southern border since January 2021, according to federal data.

Green, factoring in an estimated 1.4 million who have crossed the border undetected, said the more than six million illegal migrant crossings is “greater than all of the folks who came in under President Obama and President Trump — 12 years combined — in just two years.”

Green’s panel, the Homeland Security Committee, passed its bill to address the physical, border-level aspects of the crisis early Thursday morning.

AI banned from running nuclear missile systems under bipartisan bill

The U.S. Department of Defense launches a sounding rocket from NASA’s launch range at Wallops Flight Facility carrying hypersonic weapon experiments that will inform the development of the hypersonic class of weapons on Wallops Island, Virginia, on Oct. 26, 2022. (REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein)

A group of three Democrats and one Republican have introduced a bill in the House aimed at preventing artificial intelligence systems from progressing to the point where they could autonomously launch a nuclear attack.

The bipartisan lawmakers’ measure would preemptively stymie any future Defense Department policy decisions that could lead to AI being capable of firing off nuclear weapons on its own.

“While U.S. military use of AI can be appropriate for enhancing national security purposes, use of AI for deploying nuclear weapons without a human chain of command and control is reckless, dangerous, and should be prohibited,” Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., said this week.

‘Your Antisemitism Is Showing’: New York City Council Members Refuse To Vote For ‘End Jewish Hatred’ Resolution 

The resolution was introduced by Republican council member Inna Vernikov, who is also Jewish, but four council members refrained from voting, and two refused to support the measure, according to the Forward.

Shahana Hanif and Charles Barron voted against the resolution Thursday blaming the “right-wing organizations” and the Jewish community for their support of Israel and not the trans or Palestinian communities. 

Vernikov told the Forward that Hanif and Barron’s refusal to support the proposal and their allegations about Israel and the Jewish community were “sickening.”


Fox News’ Existential Crisis After Tucker Carlson’s Firing and Audience Flees, with Buck Sexton

Megyn Kelly is joined by Buck Sexton, co-host of the Buck Sexton and Clay Travis Show, to talk about the massive viewer exodus at Fox News since Tucker Carlson’s firing, whether Fox News is in an existential crisis, whether they need to bring Tucker back, and more.

Fox News Ratings Completely Crater as Tucker Carlson’s Audience Flees, with Melissa Francis

Megyn Kelly is joined by Melissa Francis, former Fox News anchor, to discuss Fox News’ plummeting viewership, how Tucker’s audience leaving is hurting overall ratings right now, the potential options of where Tucker will go next, and more.

Fox News Teams Up With New York Times to Try to Ruin Tucker Carlson, with Melissa Francis

Megyn Kelly is joined by Melissa Francis, former Fox News anchor, to discuss how The New York Times is teaming up with Fox News to try to destroy Tucker Carlson, who is behind these leaked text messages and “video” comments,

Fox attempting to separate Tucker from his fanbase, Melissa’s own experience being torn down by Fox, and more.

Modernize the Criminal Justice System: An Agenda for the New Congress

For too long, policymakers at all levels have failed to attend to this problem. Instead, both the political left and right have subsumed criminal justice issues into the larger culture war, fighting over the worst excesses of the police or the horrors of criminal victimization.

Rather, they should look to past examples of federal policymaking in which lawmakers have used the power of the purse to dramatically improve the criminal justice system’s capacity to control crime.

Doing so again could ameliorate many of the major concerns voiced by both sides in the criminal justice debate.

As such, this report proposes an ambitious, $12-billion, five-year plan to bring the criminal justice system up to date. It outlines proposals to:


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