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🚨 Wasabi – March 09 2023


Happy Thursday.

In Japan, police are arresting people for what they call “sushi terror.” This refers to people licking soy sauce bottles that are meant for everyone or “squashing” sushi dishes on conveyor belts knowing that other people will eat them. Gross. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

🚨 Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has been hospitalized after tripping at a hotel. He is 81 years old. 

πŸ“„ Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders signed legislation that removes legal barriers for children to work. 

πŸ‡±πŸ‡» Latvia is sending cars that were impounded from drunk drivers to Ukraine. 

πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ί Russia hit a major power plant in Ukraine with more than 80 missiles. 

πŸ“ˆ President Joe Biden is set to reveal a budget that will increase taxes later today.

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ House Speaker Kevin McCarthy declined an invitation by President Zelensky to visit Ukraine. 

πŸ“Ί You can watch last night’s full Redacted live show right here














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The Lead: The Twitter Files Fallout

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The Federal Trade Commission is demanding all communication from Twitter regarding the Twitter Files. Many (including us) are calling this a retaliation for publishing damning government information. 

The Twitter Files have been exposés that show how government organizations have worked with Twitter to censor speech for one political party. Now the FTC is asking for communication-related to owner Elon Musk, information related to layoffs, and asking the company to identify all journalists granted access to these documents. The FTC says that it is concerned about Twitter’s ability to “protect consumers’ information.” 

The requests were obtained by the House Judiciary Committee and published on Tuesday. Musk responded to this on Twitter saying that it was “a serious attack on the Constitution by a federal agency.” 

U.S. Continues Occupation of Syria

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The House of Representatives voted not to end the U.S. occupation of Syria on Wednesday. This is disappointing but not surprising. 

Although all is not lost, 103 leaders voted for it with 56 Democrats joining 47 Republicans to vote in favor of the bill, showing that there is at least some appetite for peace. 

Opponents of the bill said that they feared that troop withdrawal would revive terrorist groups n the region. Which is a good joke because the U.S. has backed terrorist groups in the region by supporting the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra since the Obama administration. For more on this, we highly suggest Stephen Gowans’ book “Washington’s Long War on Syria.” 

Time To Move Into Precious Metals


America's largest precious metals company Lear Capital is giving away one ounce of silver for every ounce of gold you buy! That's free money.

Interest rates are going up again and Gold just hit an eight-month high as investors started pouring back into precious metals on the bad news. 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. 

The Great Green Energy Scam

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Germany is showing how the all-electric car plans may not be as rosy as they would seem. 

The European Union has said that it will phase out gas-powered cars by 2035. But now Germany has asked the EU to exempt cars powered by synthetic fuel. Italy has supported this request with Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni arguing that phasing out gas-powered cars would put thousands of jobs at risk. 

Spain’s environmental transition minister has said that this is a disappointing request and that it could derail the plan. In fact, this did derail a vote that was scheduled for March 7. That vote was delayed on fears that Germany would abstain. 

What's Trending?

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Gene Hackman is trending because of this photo of him. He’s been retired for 20 years and is now 93 and still able to go out for a Starbucks. 

Instagram Down was trending because it was.

Floyd is trending because of this altercation between Floyd Mayweather and Jake Paul.  

Erica Herman is trending because she is suing her ex-boyfriend Tiger Woods about a non-disclosure agreement between the two of them. 

News By The Numbers

2046. That is when NASA says that an asteroid may hit the Earth although the chances of a collision are “low.” The “possible” collision date is February 14, 2046, just in case you’re a planner. 

80%. That is how accurate a new AI program was at creating the images from brain scan reads. 

280. That is how many people became sick on a Princess Cruise in late February. The cruise line says that it was likely an outbreak of norovirus. 

Of Mice and Men

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Can you males make a baby? They can if they're mice. 

Scientists in Japan created baby mice with eggs from two male mice. The male mice didn't have eggs of course. The scientists used cells from the male bodies and made eggs. 

Could this be done in humans? Maybe. Scientists say that they could theoretically do this with two human males by using cells from their skin to make an egg. They said that we might be 10 years away from that happening. 


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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