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🚨 Surging – March 05 2024


Happy Tuesday

Trader Joe's has recalled chicken dumplings because they may contain plastic bits. This is one of the many reasons that Trader Joe's is called Recall Joe's by those in the business. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

✈️ Five people died in a small plane crash in Nashville.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ Senator Marco Rubio admitted that Ukraine can't win territory back from Russia but supports sending more aid anyway. 

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ Ukraine is pushing the EU to allow them to extradite people they expect to be criminals. 

πŸ›¬ Jet Blue will not merge with Spirit Airlines after a judge ruled against the merger. 

πŸ₯ Former Twitter executives filed a lawsuit against Elon Musk and X, demanding over $128 million in alleged unpaid severance payments.

πŸ₯€ A new study shows that drinking seven or more cans of diet soda per week could raise the risk of heart issues. Who would be surprised by this? 

πŸ”₯ Two people have died in the massive Texas wildfires that have claimed over 500 acres. 

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ China has set a 5% growth target.  

πŸ“Ί Catch Redacted live tonight at 4 PM EST right here














*Stock data as of market close, cryptocurrency data as of 5:00pm AM. 


Lead: Illegals Flying The Friendly U.S. Skies

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The Biden administration has been flying illegal aliens around the U.S., according to new reports. 

According to The Daily Mail, "Customs and Border Protection has refused to disclose information about a program last year secretly chartering flights for thousands of undocumented immigrants from foreign airports directly to U.S. cities…It means that while record numbers of migrants were flowing over the southern border last year, the Biden White House was also directly transporting them into the country."

Why? According to the lawsuit, the flights were part of the CBP One app, which allows migrants to seek asylum with the app from their home country. What was previously unknown was that the administration was providing direct flights to app users from over 43 countries. 

Meanwhile, in Texas a new bill would allow law enforcement to arrest and expel migrants but the Supreme Court has blocked ituntil at least next week when the court will take up the case. 

Supreme Court Sides with Trump

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The Supreme Court ruled that Colorado cannot remove former President Donald Trump from the presidential ballot. This ruling sets a precedent for other states that they also cannot do that. At least not based on Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment.

The court ruled that states cannot enforce Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment. Only Congress can do that. "The notion that the Constitution grants the States freer rein than Congress to decide how Section 3 should be enforced with respect to federal offices is simply implausible,” the ruling says.

All nine justices agreed that Colorado cannot remove Trump from the ballot but the opinion was unsigned. There was some in-fighting of opinion however. Justices Sotomayor, Kagan, and Jackson agreed with the result but published a separate opinion stating that the court's ruling was correct but their colleagues took it too far. Justice  Barrett responded with a one-page opinion saying that the other three should not have weighed in further because “this is not the time to amplify disagreement with stridency. The Court has settled a politically charged issue in the volatile season of a Presidential election. Particularly in this circumstance, writings on the Court should turn the national temperature down, not up.”

Trump is expected to win Super Tuesday primary races handily today. 

This Savings Account Is Astonishing (limited time)


Our favorite trading platform, MooMoo, just rolled out its Cash Sweep savings account with a 5.1% interest rate! And for a limited time they're adding another 3%! That's a total of 8.3% interest on your savings.

Most local banks only provide 0.01% interest on a savings account. And did we mention they're also giving away 15 free stocks when you open your account and make your initial deposit?  So why wouldn't you grab these free stocks even if you never do anything else with the account? Great question!

MooMoo is a beautifully designed trading platform that makes trading simple and intuitive. MooMoo has a ton of extra bells and whistles you can't find on other exchanges, like FREE level 2 quotes, earnings calendars, news alerts, and more. Right now, when you open a free account, make your initial deposit, and you can claim 15 FREE stocks with this link. So yes, 15 total free stocks and a fantastic savings account all in one app. Try it today!

Whoops! No Science Behind Transgender Medical Treatments

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Newly released documents from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) show that transgender "medicine" is not evidence-based at all. We knew that but now we know that they know it too. 

These files were published by journalist Michael Shellenberger in a report titled "The WPATH Files: Pseudoscientific Surgical and Hormonal Experiments on Children, Adolescents, and Vulnerable Adults." It is a collection of leaked documents from WPATH whistleblowers. 

The files were published by Environmental Progress. They reveal that "the organization does not meet the standards of evidence-based medicine, and members frequently discuss improvising treatments as they go along. Members are fully aware that children and adolescents cannot comprehend the lifelong consequences of 'gender-affirming care,' and in some cases, due to poor health literacy, neither can their parents." Further, "the files provide clear evidence that doctors and therapists are aware they are offering minors life-changing treatments they cannot fully understand. WPATH members know that puberty blockers, hormones, and surgeries will cause infertility and other complications, including cancer and pelvic floor dysfunction. Yet they consider life-altering medical interventions for young patients, including vaginoplasty for a 14-year-old and hormones for a developmentally delayed 13-year-old." 

A Declaration of War

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The Idaho Senate passed the Defend the National Guard Act. If it passes the state House of Representatives, it would mean that the National Guard in Idaho will not be sent to war unless Congress declares war, as required by the Constitution. 

This law has already been passed in Arizona and New Hampshire. The bill is the creation of veterans who have suffered deaths from endless wars without a congressional declaration. According to, “Guard and Reserve units made up about 45 percent of the total force sent to Iraq and Afghanistan and received about 18.4 percent of the casualties.” On undeclared wars.

We recently interviewed one of the bill's backers, veteran Dan McKnight on Redacted. Learn more about it here.

News By The Numbers

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32. That is how many damaging health outcomes are linked to ultra-processed foods, according to a new study.

104. That was the age of Eleanor Collins, Canada’s first lady of jazz when she passed away Sunday.

58%. That is how many scientists say that sex is binary, according to a recent survey

What's Trending?

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Jason Kelce is trending because he announced that he is retiring from football after 13 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles in this tearful speech.

Russell Wilson is trending because the Denver Broncos announced that they will not bring him back as quarterback next season. 

Fire ants are trending because the Australian government says that it will spend $2 billion Australian dollars per year to eradicate invasive fire ants. 


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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