TRAP SET: Dept of Homeland Security controlled “official ballots” production. Dems print extras, not knowing about non-radioactive isotope watermarks on “official ballots”.
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Consider: Dept of Homeland Security controlled “official ballots” production. Dems print extras, not knowing about non-radioactive isotope watermarks on “official ballots”. Military sting operation. After weeding out all counterfeit ballots, Trump landslide confirmed.
Michigan USPS Whistleblower Claims Late Ballots Received Backdated Postmarks
A US Postal Service employee from Michigan has reportedly turned whistleblower, telling Project Veritas that his supervisor instructed mail carriers to collect and segregate new ballot envelopes received after the election cutoff so that they could be fraudulently back-dated with a Nov. 3 postmark.
France condemns Erdogan’s ‘declarations of violence’
France on Thursday condemned “declarations of violence” by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and raised the possibility of new sanctions against Ankara. Erdogan has been feuding bitterly with French President Emmanuel Macron on a number of geopolitical flashpoints and recently also France’s fight against radical Islam.
Egypt, France in joint Med naval exercise
Egyptian and French naval forces have carried out a joint naval training exercise in the northern Mediterranean amid growing tensions between the two countries and Turkey over Ankara’s gas exploration ambitions in the region. Two frigates were involved in the joint exercise, which is part of the Egyptian armed forces’ plan to upgrade training and strengthen cooperation with the armed forces of “brotherly and friendly states,” according to a statement issued by the armed forces.
Report: DOJ says armed federal agents allowed in ballot-counting locations
Armed federal officers are allowed in ballot-counting locations nationwide to investigate possible voter fraud, the Justice Department told federal prosecutors via email Wednesday morning. The law “does not prevent armed federal law enforcement persons from responding to, investigate, or prevent federal crimes at closed polling places or at other locations where votes are being counted,” Richard P. Donoghue, the official and Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General, said in an email sent around 2 a.m. Wednesday morning.
‘The Terrorist Risk Is Everywhere’ — Macron Calls For Stricter European Borders After Recent Attacks
Emmanuel Macron called for Europe to re-think its Schengen Area open-border system Thursday after recent Islamic terror attacks across the continent. Macron said that many of the criminal enterprises who frequently traffic migrants into Europe are linked to terrorist organizations, … President Macron said he will present a plan to change border restrictions at the EU summit in December, … Austria and France, who have been subjected to major terror attacks in recent weeks, are both part of the Schengen Area.
Trump supporters yell ‘Fox News sucks!’ during live MSNBC shot in Arizona
Supporters of President Donald Trump who were gathered outside a ballot counting station in Phoenix Wednesday night were heard shouting “Fox News sucks” during a live shot on MSNBC. Maddow introduced the segment and swung it out to correspondent Gadi Schwartz, who was covering a protest outside the Maricopa County ballot processing center.
Armenian official likens Israel to Nazi Germany amid Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
“Politicians in Armenia have finally begun to realize what Europe and Israel are, especially Israel. Today’s Israel and 1933’s Germany are the same. The only difference is that I already understood it from the first war,” Podosyan wrote on Facebook. “We will not forgive anyone, and we will not forget whose hands are covered in Armenian blood. The day will come, and we will take revenge.
Israeli minister warns of war if Biden returns to Iran Deal
“Biden has said openly for a long time that he will go back to the nuclear agreement,” Hanegbi said. “If Biden stays with that policy, there will, in the end, be a violent confrontation between Israel and Iran,” he stated.
Solar Cycle 25: The Sun Wakes Up
Experts on the Solar Cycle 25 Prediction Panel recently announced that the Sun has officially entered a new cycle, its 25th since we’ve had enough data to reliably recognize them. While we can expect space weather to get more exciting in the next few years, with peak sunspot activity expected in 2025,
Former MK on US Elections: “In the end, God crowns Kings”
“It’s really remarkable how divided America is” he said noting how narrow the margin of victory is expected to be. Although Lipman believes that Trump is better for Israel, he also acknowledges that he doesn’t feel that it’s his place to tell Americans who they should vote for. “From a spiritual side, God crowns the kings, in the end whoever wins, we see that as the will of God” the former parliamentarian added. “There is no doubt that God plays a role in this process.
Temple Priests Prepare To Serve In Rebuilt Temple With New Training School
Along with the prophets Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Zephaniah, Rabbi Amichai Cohen of Tzfat in the Galilee is a descendant of Aaron, the first High Priest of Israel. These male descendants are known as kohanim. Among traditional Jews, the lineage of male descendants of Aaron the High Priest is carefully preserved. Interestingly, over 98% of Jewish men who identify as kohanim, and who have had their DNA tested, have a specific genetic marker in common. Certain vestigial laws apply to kohanim today, but when Jerusalem will once again have a Temple, their priestly roles will become significantly more influential. “We disagree [with the Temple Institute] very strongly about the architecture of the Third Temple. Part of our agenda is to push Ezekiel’s Third Temple,” Cohen asserted.
Report: Some Democrats Want Nancy Pelosi Out After Lackluster Election Results
Stung by their party’s disappointing showing at the polls Tuesday, two moderate House Democrats say they and other centrists are privately discussing a plan that was unthinkable just 24 hours earlier: throwing their support behind a challenger to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). The two Democrats told The Hill on Wednesday that they were reaching out to their colleagues about backing one of Pelosi’s top lieutenants, Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem Jeffries .
Police stop 2,000 Palestinians illegally going to pray at Temple Mount
Israel’s Border Police stopped approximately 2,000 Palestinians who were illegally in the Old City of Jerusalem on their way to the Temple Mount on Friday… The people were stopped as part of a joint operation by Border Police and Israel Police and was intended to round up Palestinians who are illegally in Jerusalem and return them to Palestinian territories on police busses.
Iranian foreign minister: US no longer controls world
Iran believes the US government no longer can “control what’s happening in the world” or show other countries how to protect citizens’ rights, the Iranian foreign minister said on Thursday during a visit to ally Venezuela…Mohammad Javad Zarif said the era of “Western hegemony had ended” as he praised Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for resisting a US-coordinated campaign to oust him.
This State Just Became The First To Decriminalize Hard Drugs
As states are still debating over the legalization of marijuana, Oregon has decided to take the drug issue a step further. As of Wednesday morning, Oregonians voted to decriminalize hard drugs like meth, cocaine, and heroin in a 59-41% vote. Oregon’s vote comes amid a nationwide push to relax drug laws and to seek other solutions to dealing with drug addiction…
Iran unveils new missile launching system
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) unveiled a new missile system…capable of consecutively launching multiple, long-range ballistic missiles…The IRGC commander, Hossein Salami, introduced the new system with his signature scathing rhetoric against Iran’s “enemies” and a message of defiance to the United States and European countries that Iran’s missile program is not up for negotiation.
China to allow coast guard to use weapons in waters it claims
China will allow its coast guard to use weapons when foreign ships involved in illegal activities in waters it controls fail to obey orders, such as to stop… As Beijing claims that the Senkaku Islands, which are administered by Tokyo, are part of its territory, the envisioned law could target Japanese vessels navigating around the uninhabited islets.
Tigray crisis: Ethiopia’s army mobilises troops
Ethiopia’s federal army is mobilising troops from across the country as it continues its offensive in the northern Tigray region. The army’s deputy chief of staff accused regional troops loyal to the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) of treason. Tigray’s leader said his troops were engaged in clashes along the border with the neighbouring Amhara state.
Bird flu: Culls in Dutch and German farms over outbreaks
The Dutch authorities are racing to contain a bird flu outbreak at two poultry farms and the same strain – H5N8 – has also infected chickens and wild birds in north Germany. A farm in the eastern Dutch town of Puiflijk and another nearby have been told to cull 200,000 chickens. Chickens are also infected at a small poultry farm in Nordfriesland, part of Germany’s Schleswig-Holstein state.
Smallest job gains in five months expected as U.S. labor market momentum wanes
U.S. employers likely hired the fewest workers in five months in October, in what would be clearest indication yet that the end of fiscal stimulus and exploding new COVID-19 infections were sapping momentum from the economic recovery. The Labor Department’s closely watched employment report on Friday will underscore the challenges the next president…
Pressure grows on Turkish government over use of earthquake taxes
In the aftermath of the magnitude 7.0 earthquake in Izmir last Friday that killed at least 110 people, pressure is growing on the Turkish government to explain what happened to billions of dollars raised by a mandatory earthquake tax Turks have been paying for more than 20 years.
At least 50 killed after Eta dumps extremely heavy rain on Guatemala, more than 70 across Central Ameraca
At least 50 people have been killed in Guatemala after heavy rain dumped by Tropical Cyclone “Eta” caused floods and landslides. As of…November 6, Eta is blamed for the deaths of more than 70 people across Central America. According to the Guatemalan President…some 25 people have been killed in the town of San Cristobal Verapaz after a hillside collapse buried ~20 homes under a thick layer of mud…