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by Matt Margolis, PJ Media:
In an interview with Russian-American computer scientist and podcaster Lex Fridman, Tucker Carlson declared that the 2020 presidential election was “100% stolen” and explained why.
“You said to some degree the election was rigged,” Fridman began. “Was it stolen?”
“It was 100% stolen,” Carlson replied. “Are you joking?”
“Like, it was rigged to that large—”
“They completely change the way people vote right before the election on the basis of COVID—which had nothing to do with—”
“So, in that way, it was rigged?” Fridman asked.
by Paul Joseph Watson, Summit News:
Google’s AI would not misgender Caitlyn Jenner to prevent a nuclear apocalypse.
Gemini was blasted last week for airbrushing white people out of history and in some cases out of existence altogether, but this is perhaps even more ludicrous.
“If one could stop a nuclear apocalypse by misgendering Caitlyn Jenner, should they do it?” a user asked.
by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts:
British courts have cooperated with Washington’s police state for years by keeping Julian Assange in captivity while pretending to give him every benefit of the doubt in the extradition case. Of course, the law is clear that he should not be turned over to revengeful Washington, but Britain is not independent of Washington and is merely going through motions that keep Assange in captivity.
It seems clear that Washington and London are conspiring to break the spirit of those Americans and British who still hope that their governments are capable of delivering justice. A demoralized people are easier coerced into tyranny, which is where the entirety of the Western world is headed.
by Ethan Huff, Natural News:
A landmark legal case against artificial water fluoridation in the United States is moving forward with mostly flying colors as the illustrious Michael Connett of Waters Kraus and Paul is asking the court system: Does fluoridation present an unreasonable risk of neurodevelopmental effects?
If successful, the case, said to be airtight and “near impossible to argue against,” to quote the advocacy group Fluoride Alert, will force the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take action to address the risk, as required by law. It has the potential to end artificial water fluoridation all across America.
by Didi Rankovic, Reclaim The Net:
The growth of controversial biometric payment methods.
Visa – one of the world’s two biggest payments processors – appears to be moving into biometric data-based authentication, at least according to a patent it has applied for. And Visa claims that this would be fully privacy-friendly.
Visa is in this way joining Mastercard, but also Microsoft and Google, who are all exploring ultimately similar methods, for the sake of what they say is preventing physical data theft, and abuse of deepfakes.
by Rhoda Wilson, Expose News:
The European Union is proposing a controversial piece of legislation that would effectively ban the right-to-repair for vehicles older than 15 years old. The aim according to the European Commission is “to renew the car fleet and encourage Europeans to buy new, environmentally friendly vehicles.” Thus, forcing individuals to buy newer cars, and more often while many other individuals will undoubtedly be priced out of car ownership, which will satisfy what is arguably, the real aim, the planned immobilisation of the people.
from Revolver News:
A curious trend is unfolding in Venezuela. As military-aged men, criminals, and gang members leave the country, heading to places like the United States, something unexpected happens. Crime rates drop in Venezuela but rise in their new destinations. The reality here is not complex; it’s straightforward and should have been clear from the start. Remember when President Trump brought this up in his first term? He faced a storm of criticism, labeled “racist” and worse for simply pointing out what now seems undeniable: rapists, murderers, and other assorted bad guys are flooding into the US.
by Dave DeCamp, Antiwar:
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Tuesday called for the US and its allies to hand $300 billion in frozen Russian central bank funds to Ukraine, a step that would significantly escalate the Western economic war against Russia.
“It is necessary and urgent for our coalition to find a way to unlock the value of these immobilized assets to support Ukraine’s continued resistance and long-term reconstruction,” Yellen said in Brazil, where Group of 20 finance ministers are meeting this week, according to The Associated Press.
by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Mercola: