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🚨 Snarky Streisand – May 01 2024


Happy Wednesday. 

The CDC says that women who got "vampire facials" in New Mexico contracted HIV from the needles. Vampire facials are procedures that take someone's own blood, put it in a machine to separate it, and then re-insert the plasma back into the face with needles. Maybe don't do that this Mother's Day. 


In Case You Missed It. 

📉 The Federal Reserve will wrap up its meeting today and announce whether or not interest rates will be lowered. 

🌱 Organizers of the Paris Olympics say that 60% of the food offerings at the games will be meat-free and 80% will be locally sourced. 

🇨🇦 Canadian opposition leader Pierre Poilievre was suspended from Parliament for calling Prime Minister Trudeau a “wacko.” 

🇷🇺 Russia has opened an exhibition of captured NATO military equipment featuring at least “32 units of various armored equipment.” That’s your tax dollars hard at work, NATO states! 

🇬🇪 Protestors were arrested in Georgia at rallies against a bill on foreign agents that some saw as an obstacle to joining the European Union. 

🇨🇳 At least 24 people are dead due to a highway collapse in China. 

📲 Amazon’s Twitch app is trying to compete with TikTok in the wake of a bill that would ban the app in the U.S. 

📺 Catch Redacted's live show today at 4 PM Eastern. 














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Lead: Infighting in Israel as Netanyahu Vows to Enter Rafah

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Negotiations over the war in Gaza have made progress but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may be acting as a saboteur. 

The current proposal would include a release of hostages from both sides and a “restoration of sustainable calm.” After a staggered release of prisoners, a reported “five-year rehabilitation plan will begin, in which the Palestinians will commit to not build infrastructure for military purposes, and will not receive raw materials that can be used for such purposes.”

But then Netanyahu went and said this: “The idea that we will halt the war before achieving all of its goals is out of the question. We will enter Rafah and we will eliminate the Hamas battalions there – with or without a deal, in order to achieve the total victory.” 

What? That’s not part of a restoration of sustainable calm. Israeli officials told Haaretz that Netanyahu is sabotaging the chances of a hostage deal.

University Protests

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The University of Chicago is a good example of how protestors' rights should be balanced with campus safety. This contrasts with other universities that are spinning in place with protests gone awry. 

At Columbia University, pro-Palestine students seized control of Hamilton Hall and barricaded themselves inside. As free speech advocacy group FIRE points out, “occupying a campus building, blocking students from attending classes, and vandalizing property is not protected by the First Amendment, full stop. It’s illiberal. It’s illegal. And it should be punished.”

And punished it was. Police stormed the occupation and arrested dozens of protestors. 

At the University of Chicago, students and faculty were provided with clear guidelines for organized protests: viewpoint diversity is allowed. The school says “we only will intervene when what might have been an exercise of free expression blocks the learning or expression of others or that substantially disrupts the functioning or safety of the University. These are our principles. They are clear.” 

The email says that “establishing an encampment clearly violates the policies” and that anyone doing that “should expect to face disciplinary consequences.” 

This principle is guided by the 1967 report from the Kalven Committee, which commits to "the neutrality of the university" but also allows the university to intervene over threats to property. The problem here is that the University of Chicago has long defended free and appropriate speech, while most liberal universities have not. 

Gold Prices Heading To The Moon


Gold just reached a new all-time level, and UBS expects gold to hit $4,000 an ounce! That's nearly double where it is right now.

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.

Investors have been pouring back into precious metals as the U.S. dollar continues to face massive debt pressure. If you have your retirement in dollar format, then it will continue to lose value every day that it's 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. 

Marijuana Moves To A New Joint


Marijuana is moving off the list of dangerous drugs to a list of “less dangerous drugs,” according to the Associated Press

If this is true, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration would recognize marijuana and cannabis as a Schedule III drug. It is currently a Schedule I drug, alongside heroin and LSD. Moving it down the list would mean that it is no longer forbidden. 

Marijuana is allowed for medical use in most states and allowed for recreational use in 24 states and two territories. This new federal classification would change the laws and potentially the prison sentencing of people arrested for possession and use. 

If marijuana is re-classified as a Schedule III drug, it would still be regulated like other Schedule III drugs including ketamine, Tylenol with codeine, and anabolic steroids.

News By The Numbers

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2,000. That is how many National Guard can be housed in the National Guard Military Base near Eagle Pass that is currently under construction according to Texas Governor Greg Abbott. 

15 years. That is how long it has been since Vanessa Williams released new music. The 61 year-old actress and singer released this new song and video recently. 

27 minutes. That is how much less sleep popular teens get than non-popular teens, according to a new study from Sweden. 

What's Trending?

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Barbra Streisand is trending because she asked actress Melissa McCarthy if she took Ozempic on Instagram. 

Tony Awards are trending because the 2024 nominations are out

Rob Marciano is trending because the Good Morning America weatherman has been let go for unknown reasons. 

What Is The FDA Thinking? 


new study shows that the RSV vaccine that was approved for pregnant women has a high incidence of causing pre-term birth. 

We already knew this from clinical trials but the FDA voted to approve it anyway. We also knew that it increased risk of maternal death and that the immunity from the vaccine only lasted 30 days. 

But is it helping to prevent RSV deaths? We don’t know because the results for the clinical trials were not published, despite being completed in October of 2023. 


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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