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🐼 Clown World – May 09 2024


Happy Thursday.

A zoo in China was caught painting dogs as pandas because they had no pandas. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

🪱 Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says that he “will eat 5 more brain worms and still beat President Trump and President Biden in a debate." The New York Times published an article about his health struggles on Wednesday that says that he has suffered from brain parasites, atrial fibrillation and spasmodic dysphonia. 

🇪🇬 An alleged Israeli Mossad agent was assassinated in Alexandria, Egypt. The assassin said "Shalom, Shalom from the children of Gaza" before opening fire. 

🔥 The Olympic Flame arrived in France to great fanfare for the Paris Olympics. It left Greece in mid-April.

👨🏻‍⚖️ Stormy Daniels will be cross-examined by former President Trump’s lawyers today. Her first day of testimony was indisputably a political disaster

🏃🏻‍♂️ A male student took first place by a long shot in the Girls Varsity Interscholastic League Track Championship Semi-Finals in Portland on Wednesday. Watch the video for yourself.

📺 Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo says that he is taking Ivermectin to treat his long Covid and that the reason he made fun of Ivermectin during his days on CNN was that he “was given” bad information. Does that excuse his lack of curiosity and refusal to investigate for himself? 

🇷🇺 Russia says that it has intercepted Ukrainian drones over the Belgorod region. 

🚨 Democrats protected House Speaker Mike Johnson from a vote to oust him after he passed their legislative agenda. 

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Lead: U.S. Pulls A Fast One in Israel


President Biden told CNN that he would stop sending bombs to Israel if they launched a major invasion of Rafah. US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin reiterated this to Congress on Wednesday.

This is a sleight of hand. They are trying to make it seem as if the invasion of Rafah that began this week was done with restraint because of U.S. caution. 

Was it though? At least 13 children were killed in Rafah on Wednesday’s military operation according to some reports. And a U.S. official told The Washington Post that “the Israeli military has enough weapons supplied by the U.S. and other partners to conduct the Rafah operation if it chooses to cast aside U.S. objections." 

So the U.S. gave them all that they needed so they can pretend that they’re not going to give them anymore. Who buys this public posturing?

Illegal Immigrants Counted as Voters in New House Bill (you read that right)

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The House passed a bill that will allow states to count illegals in order to give them representation in Congress and the Electoral College. The bill now heads to the Senate. 

This is H.R.7109, the Equal Representation Act. It requires the census to count every person in a house and adjust congressional representation accordingly, "whether that individual is a citizen of the United States [or not].” This clearly shifts the balance of legislative and executive power for states that have allowed illegal immigrants and dilutes the will of American citizens. 

Meanwhile, in Denver, migrants have refused to comply with Mayor Mike Johnston’s orders to clear an encampment until their demands are met. They have a list of what they expect before they will evacuate tent cities and move to city shelters. Demands include that they “cook their own food with fresh, culturally appropriate ingredients provided by the City instead of premade meals – rice, chicken, flour, oil, butter, tomatoes, onions, etc… Also people will not be punished for bringing in & eating outside food.” They also are demanding “unlimited shower access without time limits,” regular medical care and easy referral to specialists, and no monitoring of shelters by law enforcement.  

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Ukraine's Body Snatchers Strike Again

Ukrainian people snatchers grab a young man forcing him into military service credit: telegram

Ukrainian football (soccer) teams are refusing to travel for matches after the government kidnapped a player who was traveling for a game and threw him straight into military service. The player in question was only 25 years old. Ukraine's current laws require men to be 28 for military service. The laws lowering the military age to 26 have yet to go into effect. 

Some football clubs have been given military exemptions but not all. The FC Khust club is appealing to the national sports associations and the regional military to “help save Ukrainian football." 

On Wednesday, Ukrainian lawmakers passed a bill that also allows prisoners to be sent into military service. MP Olena Shuliak said that this was only for “prisoners who expressed a desire to defend their country” and that mobilization would be “voluntary and open only to certain categories of prisoners.” Voluntary like this

What's Trending?

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This video of an an alien sighting is trending and experts say it is totally legit and the footage is not doctored. The famous incident happened last year in Las Vegas. What do you think? 

“Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is trending because the movie will be released this weekend and early reviews are fairly good.

Twisters is trending because of a new trailer for the upcoming film due out in July. 

News By The Numbers

9%. That is what President Biden claims the national inflation number was when he took office. That’s a lie. It was 1.4%. 

32 cents per share. That was the loss reported by Uber in first quarter earnings. 

9.61 million. That is how many followers Macklemore has on YouTube yet his new antiwar song about Gaza only has 85,000 views. Shadowbanned? On X it has close to 30 million views as of this writing. 

Democrats Scramble to Win Votes with Medical Debt Scheme

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Democratic lawmakers introduced a bill to cancel all existing medical debt in the U.S., which is estimated at $220 billion. 

The bill would wipe medical debt off credit reports, make it “illegal to collect medical debt incurred prior to the bill’s enactment, and create a private right of action for patients,” and be introduced by Senators Bernie Sanders, Jeff Merkley, Ro Khanna, and Rashida Tlaib.

Like student debt legislation, it does not fix the system to prevent future medical debt. Health care providers can still surge prices, up-charge according to patients’ insurance and run up patients’ bills as they see fit. The bill is a bandaid on a broken system and it most likely won’t get the support it needs to pass because too many lawmakers get money from that broken system. 

This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
Please feel free to reach Natali at [email protected]
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