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🚨 Buy a Vowel – June 13 2023


Happy Tuesday.

A British man was detained after he climbed half way up the world’s tallest skyscraper in South Korea with his bare hands on Monday. He had a parachute with him and was planning to “base jump” from the top. He reached the 72nd floor before 90 emergency workers were able to get him down.

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In Case You Missed It. 

⛳️ The U.S. will investigate the merger between PGA Tour and LIV Golf due to concerns about Saudi Arabia. 

💳 MasterCard users were warned of issues processing payments on Monday.

🇷🇺 Russia has declared Ukrainian an official language in the Kherson region. This is the same region that was persecuted for speaking Russian when it was part of Ukraine. 

📑 Former President Trump will appear in court today in the criminal case involving his handling of classified documents. 

🚁 At least 22 American troops were injured in a helicopter accident in Syria this weekend. Reminder: The U.S. has no business in Syria. 

🎤 Pat Sajak announced that he will retire from Wheel of Fortune after 41 seasons. 

📺 You can watch last night's full Redacted show right here.  














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The Lead: FBI Has The Tapes

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U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley says that the Justice Department and the FBI have knowledge of at least 17 audio recordings with President Joe Biden and his son Hunter discussing bribes with a foreign national believed to be the Ukrainian head of oil company Burisma. 

This comes from the 1023 document that the Senate subpoenaed from the Justice Department. The document shows that U.S. law enforcement is aware of these recordings and that they were kept as an “insurance policy” in relation to the President and his son. The Justice Department has had this information for years. 

Senator Grassley says about this: 

“And on the same day that the FBI provided a redacted version of the 1023 to the House Oversight Committee, the Justice Department announced that former President Trump had been indicted and charged with 37 crimes relating to his alleged mishandling of classified records.

Attorney General Garland signed off on prosecuting Trump for conduct similar to what Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton engaged in. Two standards of justice in this country will turn our constitutional Republic upside down.”

Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy points out that this bribery scheme could very well be playing out before our very eyes as the U.S. continues to fund the war in Ukraine through the leadership of President Biden. 

California's Gender Bill Revokes Parental Custody

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New edits to a bill in California will revoke custody to parents if they choose not to “affirm” a child’s gender ideology. 

California Bill AB 947 allows one parent to change a child’s name and pronouns without the other parent’s consent. It also forces judges to revoke custody and rights to the parent that opposes gender ideology. 

Originally the bill gave the judge some freedom to assess parental relationships and history but it does not any longer. It defaults to parents who affirm gender ideology at any age and accuses the parent that does not affirm gender ideology of compromising the child's safety. 

When pushed on the science behind affirming gender ideology, Democratic Assemblymember Lori Wilson said only that children should always be affirmed. 

Here is an interesting calculation that I assure you no politician will do: The science is undeniable that children raised with two parents are better off than children raised with only one. This bill would remove one parent's access to the child in favor of gender affirmation in which no science exists. Maybe someone should weigh the risks of eliminating parental custody with the dangers of not affirming gender ideology if we really care about the children.

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Those Epstein Secrets Will Remain Secret

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JPMorgan Chase settled a court case with victims of Jeffrey Epstein for approximately $290 million. The bank had been fighting to prevent CEO Jamie Dimon from testifying in the court case and lost. Dimon was on the hook to testify but now he will not. 

The case was brought by a group of women who claim to have been victims of Epstein. They claimed that the bank knew about Epstein’s illegal activity and turned a blind eye. Deutsche Bank settled its side of this case last month for $75 million. 

Dimon has continued to say that he did not know Epstein well but like other Epstein associates, that story has not held up well. This settlement will prevent further details from coming to light as no further testimony or depositions will be moved along. 

It is worth noting that U.S. taxpayers are helping to pay this settlement. Follow this money trail: In March, the U.S. government bailed out the failing First Republic Bank. It then transferred all assets from First Republic to JPMorgan Chase. This asset transfer amounts to public money moved over to private money and now that lucky recipient is using some of that private money to settle the Epstein case. It's all legal but it sure doesn't sit well, does it? 

What's Trending?

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Serbia is trending because Serbian Denver Nuggets basketball player Nikola Jokic was named the Most Valuable Player of the NBA Finals just one day after Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic won the French Open. This photo is making the rounds of Jokic as a small child wearing a Denver Nuggets sweatshirt. 

Treat Williams is trending because the 71-year-old actor died in a motorcycle crash on Monday. 

Harry Potter is trending because this article is about the family that lives in the house that was used in the movies to depict the Dursley’s home is fed up with tourists. 

This video is trending of influencer Rose Montoya at the White House Pride event topless on the White House lawn. Montoya stands along trans-identified females jiggling post-breast removal chests while Montoya jiggles larger (prosthetic?) breasts. Is this the bravery the President refers to in his speech? I once interviewed Joe Biden at the White House and was so worried about not having packed nylons that I rushed to CVS to buy some. I guess I need not have bothered if shirts are optional. 

News By The Numbers

£166 million. That is how much Paris Saint-Germain paid in 2018 to secure football (soccer) star Kylian Mbappé, but it looks like they won’t get to keep him. He decided not to extend his contract next year, meaning the club will sell him to the next highest bidder. 

2,000. That is how many people workers will be laid off in the UK because Tuffnells Parcel Express has gone out of business. 

4.3 million. That is how many people tuned in to watch the Tony Awards on Sunday, a 2% audience increase from the previous year. 

1940s Nuclear Fallout Still Here in 2023

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Hey Greta Thunberg, since you’re taking on the ecological consequences of war, you might want to take this one on: Chinese researchers say that they are still finding high levels of radioactivity in the South China Sea from weapons testing the U.S. conducted in the 1940s and 1950s. 

A new study was published in the Chinese language journal Environmental Chemistry. It shows that “radioactive pollutants from the US Pacific Proving Ground (PPG) tests were carried by ocean currents more than 5,000km (3,000 miles) and spread throughout the South China Sea.”

This is consistent with previous research which found evidence of the PPG pollutants throughout this region. According to the South China Morning Post, “the US conducted 67 nuclear tests at the PPG in the Marshall Islands between 1946 and 1958, yielding a total 210 megatons of TNT – setting off the equivalent of more than two Hiroshima-sized bombs every two days, according to some scientists’ estimates.”

Some environmentalists assert that China should join with other nations in the region to seek compensation for this beyond the $2 billion that the U.S. paid to the people of the Marshall Islands in 1986. That’s not very likely given the current antagonistic state of the U.S. with China. 

Still, this highlights an important contradiction. The West continues to wage wars worldwide with lingering effects on the planet while lecturing developing nations about climate change. If we care about climate change, weaponry would be a good place to start, given that the military is responsible for more than 80% of the U.S. government’s carbon footprint. 


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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