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🚨 Rumble time – November 15 2022


Happy Tuesday.

A 350-year-old pub in Scotland will change its name from The Black Bitch to The Willow Tree. The pub was named after a black dog that used to bring food to its starving owner but that dog has been canceled in the name of racial sensitivity. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

📺 We had a great audience on the platform Rumble for Monday’s Redacted show. Watch it here! If you support free speech, then you’ll love Rumble. As a reminder we're still banned on YouTube for the rest of the week. We are live tonight at 4PM Eastern on Rumble once again. 

🏛️ A lawsuit against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis regarding migrant relocation programs was dismissed on a technicality but may still be refiled. 

📦 Amazon is set to layoff approximately 10,000 people this week. 

🔨 An NBC correspondent was suspended for filing a report about Paul Pelosi that seems to contradict the media narrative. 

💉 Pfizer and Moderna will both launch investigations into any negative health effects of their Covid vaccines. 

🇸🇮 Slovenian elected Natasa Pirc Musar as president this weekend. She is the first female president of Slovenia and was a former lawyer of Melania Trump.














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The Lead: The Theater of The G20

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Leaders of the G20 Summit are gathering this week, many doing a dance between speaking of peace, trying not to step on toes, condemning Russia without condemning Russia, and speaking about clean energy. We expected nothing else. 

World leaders are expected to sign a statement condemning the “war in Ukraine.” It does not condemn “Russia’s war in Ukraine.” Many countries would not sign a document written thus. India, for example, is happy to call for peace but has not sanctioned trade with Russia and does not seem likely to. 

Chinese President Xi Xinping said that the global food and supply chain process is a man-made crisis of politics and that sanctions should be dropped in order to stop politicians from weaponizing food and energy security. China is also not about to join the sanction game. In fact, Asia is now the recipient of more Russian oil than ever as Europe suffers from a lack of it.

This won’t get much better as OPEC has estimated more cuts to oil production in the coming months. 

The Trump Announcement

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Former President Trump will make his "special announcement" at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida today. What will it be??

If I were a betting person, I'd say it is a run for the White House in 2024. 

Is that a good thing or a bad thing? If last week's midterms are any indication, it is not a good thing for Republicans. Trump-backed candidates did not fare very well, and while Republicans did well, it was not the red wave that was predicted. 

Former Vice President Mike Pence has said that he thinks that there are better choices for the 2024 presidential race. Himself perhaps? The former VP released a memoir today called "So Help Me God." The publisher calls the book "the inside story of the Trump administration by its second highest official."

Become a Lord Today


Save the Scottish woodlands 

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When you buy your title pack, you get a piece of land in Scotland on a private estate in Eddleston, Scotland. You get a unique plot number where you can see the exact location of your land. You can even go visit if you like. 

Established Tiles plants a tree with every order, and they work with global charities like One Tree Planted and Trees for the Future to support reforestation efforts. 

It makes a great gift that you can hang on your wall.

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Every Lordship or Ladyship title pack contributes to the preservation and protection of woodland areas in Scotland. As the intention is for the land to be kept in its natural state. Visit 

The Lasting Damage of Puberty Blockers

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New research shows that teenagers who go on puberty blockers experience lasting decreases in bone density. Many are attempting to politicize this research so let's avoid doing that. 

During puberty, bone density is meant to increase by 8-12% per year. There is a reason our bodies do that, to strengthen us for adulthood. Loss of bone density is a concern for menopausal women and that is not political. We should also agree that it is a concern for children. 

In a group of studies, researchers found that teens who use puberty blockers did not experience this normal bone density increase of 8-12% per year. Meaning their bones were stalled at the same density of childhood. 

Again, these medications are not approved by the FDA or any other regulatory body for gender dysphoria. They are approved for precocious puberty, or puberty for very young children. When those children use puberty blockers and then go off of them, their bone density seems to recover. When teens use puberty blockers later in life, their bone density does not. 

When the New York Times asked doctors about these findings, many of them refused to speak on the topic for fear of backlash from trans activists who would rather not admit the danger of using pharmaceuticals. That is a shame. Doctors should feel free to speak about health risks without fear of political backlash. 

What's Trending?

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This photo of a man coming straight from the coal mines to watch his child's basketball game is trending because it tugs at the heartstrings. 

"Masks" is trending because public officials are signaling that they want to bring back mask mandates and this is of course hotly debated. 

Dave Chappelle is trending because his monologue from Saturday Night Live was super edgy. New reports are that he switched out the monologue that the show producers thought he was going to perform. 

This thread is trending from actress Leah Remini. She is a vocal critic of the church of Scientology. The thread discusses what she says is a cozy relationship between police, media and the church's leader, which may be thwarting the investigation into the missing person case for Shelly Miscavige, wife of David Miscavige. 

News By The Numbers

8 billion. That is how many humans are here on Earth with you. The human population hit this magic number today. Congratulations! That is 8 billion opportunities for friendship and kindness! 

$30.5 million. That is how much CBS and Les Moonves will pay to settle allegations from the New York Attorney General that the network worked to conceal sexual assault allegations and even had been tipped off to allegations by the Los Angeles Police Department. 

$7.5 million. That is how much U.S. airlines were fined for not offering refunds for canceled flights. Airlines also have to pay back $600 million in refunds to customers who were previously denied them.

71 million. That is how many users Rumble had in the third quarter of this year, a record high for the YouTube competitor. 

STD's On The Rise

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The U.K. is experiencing an increase in sexually transmitted diseases for people aged 65 and up. Experts blame this on the popularity of dating apps and "chemsex." 

What is chemsex? I'll save you the trouble of Google'ing. It means you use drugs to alter your sexual experience and it is supposedly more popular amongst gay men. 

But also those dating apps. Whereas older generations might not have found so many opportunities to mix without technology, they are now single and ready to mingle with their phones and that means more opportunities for STDs. 

But what about that older and wiser thing? Perhaps because people past their fertile age don't need contraception, they mistakenly think that means that they don't need other protective measures. But they do. You can still get syphilis even if you are over 65 so try not to.


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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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