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🚨 Seriously? – January 23 2024


Happy Tuesday. 

Mental health apps have an ongoing problem with being hacked. So if you’re using them for anxiety, they could give you a new reason for anxiety. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ͺ Sweden has warned citizens to prepare for war with Russia. 

πŸ“Ί Newly-released video appears to have Dr. Fauci saying this: “It's been proven that when you make it difficult for people in their lives, they lose their ideological bullshit and they get vaccinated.” 

πŸ‡²πŸ‡­ Monster waves have wiped out a U.S. military base on Marshall Island. 

πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡° Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico says that Ukraine must give up territory for the war to end. He is correct. 

πŸ“Ί Catch Redacted's live show today at 4 PM Eastern.














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Lead: Supreme Court Messes With Texas

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Biden administration can gain access to areas of Texas in order to re-open the southern border by removing barriers. Texas had deployed its National Guard to prevent the Biden administration from doing just that. 

This is a temporary ruling that grants the federal government access through an injunction.

Chief Justice John Roberts, along with Justices Amy Coney Barrett, Ketanji Brown Jackson, Elena Kagan, and Sonia Sotomayor all sided with the Biden administration without an explanation for their vote. Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, and Brett Kavanaugh voted against this.

Does this make sense? The Biden administration is continuing to build former President Trump’s border wall but where a barrier exists, they want to tear it down? The administration said that the razor wire blocks prevented Border Patrol agents from making “context-dependent, sometimes split-second decisions about how to enforce federal immigration laws while maintaining public safety." 

New Hampshire Primary

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New Hampshire will get it’s vote for a Republican presidential candidate today in the primary race between Donald Trump and Nikki Haley. Unlike in Iowa, in New Hampshire, non-Republicans can cast a vote. 

The townships that held midnight votes favored for Nikki Haley but that was only by six votes. This midnight tradition is called the Dixville Notch and it has not picked the state's final winner since 2008. 

Former President Trump is still leading in the polls, according to RealClearPolitics by a measure of 54.9% to Haley’s 36.7%. 

Fed Rate Cuts Are Good News For Gold


Gold and Silver prices jumped earlier this month on news the Fed may be done with rate hikes. That's great news for precious metals.  

Bank of America expects gold to hit $3,000 an ounce, and America's largest precious metals company Lear Capital is giving away one ounce of silver for every ounce of gold you buy! They're also giving you $250 in your account. That's free money.

So as the U.S. dollar continues to face massive debt pressure, investors have been pouring back into precious metals. If you have your retirement in a dollar format, then it will continue to lose value every day that it's there in a bank. It's time to move some of your retirement into gold and silver and away from government currencies.  

Gold and Silver have sustained for over 4,000 years while every government currency in world history has collapsed. Every one of them. Will this time be any different? Of course not. 

Right now, you can get a FREE gold kit and learn how gold and silver can help you protect your family against these central banks. Visit right now to get your TOTALLY FREE Gold Kit and start taking action today. 

Germany's Energy Crisis


Germany is set to announce plans for more gas-powered energy plants this week after inexplicably turning off nuclear plants. This is their truly puzzling plan to phase out coal power. 

The plan is set to cost €40 billion. It will be agreed upon by the Economy and Finance ministries as well as the Chancellor's Office in an effort to deal with the country’s energy crisis. 

You know what else would have helped the energy crisis? The Nord Stream Pipeline. Too bad it was sabotaged. Too bad Germany is not interested in what happened there. 

Is it any wonder that German farmers continue to revolt? The country is taking backward steps towards reliable energy and punishing the working class for it with high energy costs and taxes. 

Farmer protests have been popping up now in France and now Scotland. Recently European Parliamentary member Rob Roos spoke out about these protests as a reaction to "the ruling class" deciding that "we are 'living wrongly.’”

“You, Members of the European Parliament, need to look in the mirror. These massive farmer protests are about you. You are responsible for this.” 

News By The Numbers

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1 minute. That is how long it took Applebees to sell out their $200 “date night” subscription which offered one meal per week for two people, excluding alcohol. 

35%. That is how much Canada will reduce the number if international student permits this year. 

7.1. That is the magnitude of an earthquake that hit western China on Tuesday. At least six people were injured and 47 homes were collapsed. 

What's Trending?

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This video is trending of Travis Kelce making heart hands after making a touchdown. The NFL posted it because they can’t deny or resist the Taylor Swift effect. 

Open University is trending because a court found that they failed to protect Professor Jo Phoenix when she spoke out about self-identification of gender. A court upheld most of her 20 claims against the school. Her compensation will be decided at a later date. 

The Razzie Awards are trending. These are awards for Hollywood’s worst of the year. It is the antithesis to the Oscars. The nominations can be found here

What Could Go Wrong? 

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Would you swallow a balloon to lose weight? That is a new weight loss technique currently in limited rollout in the U.K. It sounds fake but it’s real. 

The patient swallows a deflated balloon in a capsule. Once the capsule reaches the stomach, the doctor pumps it with one liter of water through a tube. The expanded balloon will help the patient feel fuller so that they eat less. The water balloon stays in the stomach for about four months before it deflates and the patient poops it out. 

Early trials show that patients lost an average of 15% of their body mass index in four months and kept 95% of it off for at least a year. 

It’s not the worst idea we’ve heard. How much worse can it be than swallowing gum, which stays in your body for seven years. Or is that an old wives’ tale? Yeah it is. Gum doesn't stay in your stomach for seven years. 


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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