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🌞 Fry-ya – April 21 2023


Happy Friday.

Today is Big Word Day so go ahead and use your erudite vocabulary to impress your friends. It’s not obnoxious on Big Word Day!  

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In Case You Missed It. 

🎥 Prosecutors. have dropped the manslaughter charge against actor Alec Baldwin after “new facts were revealed.” 

⛹🏻‍♂️ The House of Representatives passed a bill barring biological males from female sports competitions. It will not likely pass the Senate. 

🇵🇰 Pakistan began purchasing Russian oil for the first time this week. 

🇮🇱 Israel will test a warning system in Ukraine next month that is meant to detect missiles but not stop them. 

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The Lead: The Fauci Files

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A new round of Twitter files were released Thursday by journalist Paul Thacker. These pertain to Twitter’s handling of the pandemic and relationship with Dr. Fauci. They are colloquially called the “Fauci Files.” 

The files do not suggest what Elon Musk suggested last December that Fauci should be prosecuted for something. All they say about Dr. Fauci is that he had done some Twitter account takeovers during the pandemic when he testified in court depositions that he had never used Twitter. That’s hardly a ‘gotcha.’ Many famous people do Twitter account takeovers with help from staff. This hardly means that Fauci is intimately familiar with Twitter. 

The files do show that Twitter staff were enamored of Dr. Fauci as a hero. They also show that Twitter worked directly with Johnson & Johnson to market the vaccine. 

More is expected to be released later today. 

Facebook Censoring Nord Stream News 

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You better not share anything about the Nord Stream pipeline on Facebook if you don’t want to be put in Facebook jail. 

Journalist and author Michael Shellenberger found that Facebook is censoring the damning article from journalist Seymour Hersh that accuses the U.S. of blowing up the Nord Stream pipeline. 

We’ve covered this story at length but to sum up: Hersh spoke to inside sources that say the the U.S. Navy was asked by President Biden to blow up the Nord Stream Pipeline between Russia and Germany and that he used the Navy with help from Norway to do it so that he could keep from getting Congressional approval for this act of international sabotage. 

Seymour Hersh has an excellent track record for exposing the military industrial complex going back to the first Iraq war. But Facebook does not want his reporting shard so they are censoring this story. 

The fact-checker Facebook relies on for the final word here is the Norwegian public broadcaster NRK. On March 14, the organization reprinted an article by, a media watchdog which counts NRK as among its partners. But Hersh pointed out that the Norwegian government was involved so of course they’d say that. 

This is what Shellenberger calls the Censorship Industrial Complex. Add that to another industrial complex that is not in the public interest: Military Industrial Complex, Biopharmaceutical Industrial Complex, Homeless Industrial Complex and now the Censorship Industrial Complex.

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CIA Meddled in 2020 Election?

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Did the CIA help President Biden win the 2020 election? According to former acting CIA Director Mike Morell, they did indeed

During a closed-door testimony this week, Morell said that Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who was at the time a campaign staffer for Joe Biden, asked him to discuss suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story. 

Morell said that at least five former CIA directors and other ex-senior officials signed on to organize a campaign that would re-frame the laptop story as Russian misinformation. 

The laptop story has been the center of much controversy from online censorship to media complicity. This seems to suggest how integral the Biden campaign was at organizing this media blockage. 

What's Trending?

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Shatner is trending because Elon Musk said that he is personally paying for the Blue Check accounts for actor William Shatner, athlete LeBron James and writer Stephen King.

Eid al-Fitr is trending because that starts today. It is a Muslim festival and feast to celebrate the end of fasting for Ramadan. 

4/20 was trending on Thursday because that was the date and, ha ha, it’s a reference to marijuana

News By The Numbers

4 minutes. That was the flight time of the SpaceX test flight for a new new rocket before it self destructed. It was supposed to fly for 90 minutes. 

Twice. That is how many times the Los Angeles Angeles manager Phil Neven was ejected from a game on Thursday 

15%. That is how much of its staff Buzzfeed will lay off when it shuts down its news division. 

U.S. Sending More Troops To Sudan

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The U.S. military will deploy more troops to Sudan to cope with escalated violence. 

The U.S. is set to evacuate embassies in the region while the Pentagon deploys “day, the Pentagon says that it is “deploying additional capabilities nearby in the region for contingency purposes related to securing and potentially facilitating the departure of U.S. Embassy personnel from Sudan, if circumstances require it.  As a matter of policy and security, we do not speculate on potential future operations.” 

The last sentence seems to suggest that U.S. military presence in Sudan is there to stay.


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