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🚨 Red Pilled – March 08 2023


Happy Wednesday.

Keanu Reeves took the red pill. Literally. The actor says he took one of the pills from the set of the original Matrix movies. “Taking the red pill” has become a euphemism for rejecting mainstream narratives but we’re pretty sure he means it literally. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

💉 The U.S. will no longer require Covid tests for travelers from China starting Friday.

🤦🏻‍♂️ Senators are asking the Biden administration to drop the vaccine requirements for foreign travelers in time for Novak Djokovic to play in the U.S. Open. Senator Rick Scott says that the tennis player’s request for a vaccine waiver was denied. 

🛢️ The U.S. has ordered the keystone pipeline operators to slow down the oil because of an oil spill last December. 

🗂️ The FTC is demanding that Twitter turn over all communication and names of journalists who were given access to the Twitter Files. Elon Musk called this a "shameful case of weaponization of a government agency for political purposes and suppression of the truth!”

🇲🇽 Two Americans returned to the U.S. after being kidnapped by a Mexican cartel. Two others were killed.

🍺 A beer in Australia was recalled because it had “excess alcohol.”

🇫🇷 Worker protests in France turned violent on Tuesday. 

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The Lead: Nord Stream Part 2, The Empire Strikes Back

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The New York Times published a story on Tuesday saying that a “pro-Ukrainian group” sabotaged the Nord Stream pipeline, according to “U.S. officials.” 

They call this a breakthrough in the great mystery of who blew up the pipeline last year which would have supplied affordable energy to Europe from Germany. They don’t say who it was, just that they know their ideology. Does that make any sense to you? 

The report further says that “Officials who have reviewed the intelligence said they believed the saboteurs were most likely Ukrainian or Russian nationals, or some combination of the two. U.S. officials said no American or British nationals were involved.” 

The Times waits for 25 paragraphs before they barely mention the bombshell investigative piece by Seymour Hersh which claims that the U.S. WAS responsible. The New York Times brushes Hersh's report aside. They only cite unnamed U.S. officials and suggest that this could put a wedge between the U.S. and Ukraine. 

The Times says that the CIA and White House both declined to comment but referred the paper to European authorities that are conducting their own investigations, suggesting that the U.S. is not conducting any investigation of its own. So what intelligence did the Times source for this? 

China Has Something To Say About Covid

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China is pushing back against U.S. narratives in an increasingly direct way. 

On Monday, Chinese President Xi Xinping said that the U.S. and other Western countries “have implemented all-round containment, encirclement and suppression against us, bringing unprecedentedly severe challenges to our country’s development.” 

Some say that this is unprecedented directness because Chinese politicians usually “err on the side of understatement and indirectness.” It may show that China has had it with being a scapegoat for U.S. politics. Including Covid. 

This week Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning accused the U.S. of “political manipulation” regarding the origins of Covid. She pushed back on the World Health Organization’s statements that China has not cooperated with Covid investigations. Instead, she said that they have "shared more data and research findings than any other country and contributed the most on origins-tracing.”

“It is quite clear what the US is trying to achieve,” Ning said. “While claiming to take origins-tracing seriously, the US has never invited WHO expert groups to the US for joint study, or shared any early data. Instead, it has turned a blind eye to the world’s concerns about US bio-military bases at Fort Detrick and around the world.” 

Fort Detrick? China says that the WHO and other international bodies have asked the U.S. to participate in lab investigations inside its own borders and they have refused. So this Covid-came-from-a-lab theory, could it have been a U.S. lab?? In fact the China has been asking for these labs to be invetigated since at least 2021

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January 6th Fallout

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The Justice Department says that people awaiting trial related to January 6 cannot delay their proceedings because of newly released footage of the event by Fox News. 

In a case against defendants Ryan Taylor Nichols and Alex Kirk Harkrider, the Justice Department argued that the court should not extend the case to consider any new footage that may come up because the defendants have had their chance at discovery for two years now. They argued the same thing in a case against defendant Shane Jenkins.  

The defendants had said that they had new evidence provided by a third party that could help their defense and the Justice Department appears to be saying, “Nope, we don’t want to see it or wait to see it.” 

According to Politico, “The Justice Department noted that it has built tools intended to help defendants and their lawyers pinpoint relevant footage by camera angle and time of day.” 

If you were a defendant and you were accused by the Justice Department, would you rely on their own internal tools to search for evidence? Or would you want to take every available moment to comb through it to make your best defense? 

What's Trending?

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Tom Brady is trending because he squashed rumors that he is returning to the NFL by saying that he is too busy with his new kitten. There’s a divorced dad joke in there somewhere. 

#AdultHumanFemale is trending in response to International Women’s Day. This is a trend that shows biological women asserting that they are a distinct group from trans women. 

“Coward” is trending mostly in response to this Tweet by Senator Chuck Schumer. That's not a red herring. He should be asked to have a sincere response to the newly-released January 6 footage. 

Perry Mason is trending because season 2 of the HBO show became available this week. 

News By The Numbers

$555,000. That is the cost of the “world’s first flying bike,” currently on sale in Japan.

100 days. That is how long one man plans to stay underwater in a bunker in Florida because he says that “an organism at that depth contained a chemical that potentially could be used to treat Alzheimer's disease.” 

28. That is how many young girls in Colombia were reportedly hospitalized for anxiety after playing with an Ouija board. 

Biden's Bird Battle

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The U.S. may consider vaccinating chickens to stop the outbreak of bird flu, according to the New York Times.

The paper says that the White House is concerned about increasing prices on chickens and eggs due to the bird flu that has led to the deaths of thousands of chickens. So, vaccinate the chickens?

The Times points out:

“Farm birds are already vaccinated against infectious poultry diseases, such as fowlpox. But an avian influenza vaccination program would be a complex undertaking, and poultry trade associations are divided over the idea, in part because it might spawn trade restrictions that could destroy the $6 billion poultry export industry. Dr. Carol Cardona, an expert on avian health at the University of Minnesota, said that the fear of trade bans was a huge barrier to the mass vaccination of poultry.

“This is the undeclared war — trade,” Dr. Cardona said.”


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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