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🚨 In a Pickle – June 03 2024


Happy Monday.

Here is the most New York headline ever: A politician in Brooklyn is under investigation for offering to bribe a cop with "the best corned beef and pastrami sandwiches on the planet.”

Photo credit: Jawns Cooked

In Case You Missed It. 

🇲🇽 Mexico has elected its first female president, 61 year-old Claudia Sheinbaum.

🇲🇻 The Maldives will ban travelers from Israel due to the conflict in Gaza.

🇮🇱 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will address Congress on the invitation of House Speaker Mike Johnson.

☠️ Israel killed at least 12 people in a new strike on Syria.

🇺🇸 The U.S. has renewed bombing on Syria, claiming that they were targeting ISIS.

🇷🇺 Russia and Ukraine have swapped at least 150 people in a negotiated prisoner exchange.

🍿 Dr. Anthony Fauci will testify to Congress again today. Pop your corn.

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Lead: Israel: No Rules

Photo credit: The Guardian

The U.S. State Department faked a report saying that Israel is NOT blocking aid in Gaza. This according to a former U.S. official who resigned over this.

According to The Guardian:

"Stacy Gilbert left her post as senior civil military adviser in the state department’s bureau of population, refugees and migration, on Tuesday. She had been one of the department’s subject matter experts who drafted the report mandated under national security memorandum 20 (NSM-20) and published on 10 May.

The NSM-20 report found that it was “reasonable to assess” that Israel had used US weapons in a way that was “inconsistent” with international humanitarian law, but that there was not enough concrete evidence to link specific US-supplied weapons to violations."

The State Department went on to conclude that Israel was not blocking aid in Gaza. Why would they do this? Because if Israel was violating the Foreign Assistance Act, "the US would be obliged to cut arms sales and security assistance to any country found to have blocked delivery of US aid."

As if they would. Under the, UN charter of disarmament, it is illegal to provide weapons to countries that have nuclear weapons and the U.S. has known for decades that Israel has those.

All this to say: Rules don't apply.

Trump Verdict

Former President Trump's guilty verdict in his hush money trial rocked the world this weekend and will continue to play out before and after the upcoming election. His lawyers will continue to fight for an appeal and mistrial while the Biden camp uses the verdict to their advantage.

But who can argue that this was not politics? The trial was full of inconsistencies and the verdict pertained to his use of a payment to influence his 2016 Presidential campaign with information. Hillary Clinton did the same in that 2016 election and she was fined $8,000. That's it. Slap on the wrist.

What did she do? She funded the Steele Dossier as "legal services," which it clearly was NOT. It was a packet full of lies that put the country through lengthy Russiagate investigations for years to come. It manipulated the voters!

Her campaign was also based in New York, which would put her squarely in the jurisdiction of the same people who went after Donald Trump.

Should neither of them be punished or should both of them? What do you think?

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Biden (NOT) Tough on Border

The Biden Administration has offered assylum to over 350,000 asylum cases since 2022, according to the NY Post, which went through the records. And yet the President will campaign on the lie that he is tough on the border.

The Post found that the administration has “terminated without a decision on the merits” of asylum claims by applicants who “don’t have a criminal record or are otherwise not deemed a threat to the country.” This allows them to stay in the U.S. indefinitely without regular check-ins. So no one will track their status? Just stick around?

According to the Post:

ICE officers add that they have seen an increase in cases of such migrants committing crimes after their asylum cases have been dismissed, forcing agents to restart removal proceedings — which typically take years.

“Please let everyone know what’s really going on,” an ICE officer told The Post

News By The Numbers

Photo credit: The Sun

93. That was the age of the groom at the Napa wedding this weekend between media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his 67 year-old bride.

5.9. That is the magnitude of earthquake that hit Japan today.

9. That is how many national titles Simone Biles now has after a big win at a tournament this weekend.

What's Trending?

Photo credit: Sky Sports

Kylian Mbappe is trending on news that he is joining Champions League champs Real Madrid.

Starliner is trending because NASA delayed the launch of the Boeing-made spacecraft this weekend. The new launch date is planned for June 5.

Heidi Klum is trending for posting these naked photos for her 51st birthday. (Warning: somewhat NSFW.)

Processed Foods: This is Fine

Photo credit: Daily Mail

A new U.S. government report finds that processed foods do not cause obesity. Hang on a second:


Okay, I'm back. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee says that there is "nothing intrinsic acout processed food that causes obesity" and that it is really back to the old calorie counting of the 1990s.

These are the same corrupt people that brought us the food pyramid, which is a political not a scientific guideline. If you believe them about nutrition, I've got a bridge to sell you!

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