3 Mar 2021

Supreme Court Appears Favorable to Arizona Election Integrity Lawsuits
Although the justices peppered counsel for Arizona and the state’s Republican Party with at-times hostile-sounding questions, members of the Supreme Court seemed receptive to their arguments. Except for the more liberal members, the justices did not seem convinced that Arizona’s election laws violated the Voting Rights Act.

Ethiopia desert locust swarms
Ethiopia’s crops for the Belg (rainy) season which starts in mid-February are at high risk due to the high number of swarms which may lead to egg laying and higher locust numbers during the crop, and high rains at the end of this month, and late March are also likely to make the situation more severe.

Utah’s 2020 Drought Likely To Impact Water Supply This Year
Last year, Utah experienced its worst drought in 20 years. Typically Utahns count on spring snowpack to remedy a dry year … With 90% of the state is in extreme drought and 57% in exceptional drought, more snow is needed.

Mount Etna, Europe’s most active volcano, erupts seven times in two weeks
Europe’s most active volcano, Mount Etna, has erupted seven times in the past two weeks, with some eruptions blowing blankets of black ash over nearby areas. The volcano erupted on February 16th and has had bursts of activity ever since.

Turkey pressures Kosovo to renege on promise to open embassy in Jerusalem
Turkey is pressuring one of Israel’s newest allies, Kosovo, to avoid establishing an embassy in Jerusalem as it had promised to do, according to reports. After a meeting between Kosovo’s prime minister-designate, Albin Kurti, and the Turkish ambassador earlier this week, Kurti released a statement saying that, “The place where the embassy will be located is to be considered following checking of the documentation of the outgoing government.”

House Democrats move on H.R.1 ‘For the People Act’ to eliminate voter ID requirements, remove GOP congressional seats
This portion of H.R.1 looks to eliminate voter identification laws and make mass mail-in ballot systems federally mandated. While Congress doesn’t have the authority to dictate how state election commissions run elections, the bill seeks to punish states who require IDs and require mail-in ballots to be requested by voters. Republicans have argued that the Constitution does not grant Congress that authority.

Texas ends mask mandate and restaurant restrictions
Texas is lifting its mask mandate, Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday, making it the largest state to end such orders since the pandemic started more than a year ago. Texas will also do away with limits on the number of diners that businesses can serve indoors, said Abbott, who made the announcement at a restaurant in Lubbock. He said the new rules would take effect March 10.

Millions of Methodists will go left – but millions more will be right
A new, conservative Methodist denomination is splintering off of the United Methodist Church – and while the painful dividing process will likely spell death for some local congregations, a Methodist activist is expressing hope for conservatives in the church. The new Global Methodist Church will formally split from the UMC in 2022, the next time the denomination holds its General Conference. Conservative Methodists will then hammer out a new mission statement, vision, and a Transitional Book of Doctrines and Disciplines.

IDF: Hezbollah likely to initiate limited battles with Israel in 2021
The Israeli military anticipates that Hezbollah and other terror proxies will wage several limited rounds of violence, according to its annual intelligence assessment as reported in TOI. the IDF believes that Hezbollah is getting more emboldened and that they are operating under an assumption that they can launch violent attacks on IDF assets without it escalating to a full-scale war like they previously assessed.

Did a High Court Ruling Open Back Door For Christians to Become Israeli Citizens?
“There are many Christians who will 100% take this an opportunity,” Waller told Israel365 News. “Many are already familiar with the Reform movement. They are welcome in the Reform synagogues and many pray there as practicing and believing Christians. This is not well-known but it is fairly widespread. It depends on the Christians and on the rabbis but it does exist.”

Miss USA Can Reject Applicants Who Aren’t Biologically Female: Judge
The Miss United States of America competition is able to only accept biological females, a judge ruled last week. U.S. District Judge Michael Mosman, a George W. Bush appointee, said the pageant organization can’t be forced to let transgender women participate in its pageants. “Because I viewed it as an organization that does promote a message and seeks to maintain control of that message, I view it as an association that cannot under the Constitution be required to allow plaintiff to participate in what defendant says is a contradiction of that message,” Mosman ruled from the bench, referring to the organization’s stated mission of promoting “natural-born” females,

Major eruption at Sinabung volcano produces large pyroclastic flows with ash up to 12.2 km (40 000 feet) a.s.l.
A major eruption started at the Indonesian Sinabung volcano at 23:42 UTC on March 1, 2021, ejecting ash up to 12.2 km (40 000 feet) above sea level. This is its first major eruption since August 2020.

Microsoft And Bill Gates Working With Los Angeles Public Schools To Create A COVID QR Code ‘Daily Pass’ For Children That Scans To Allow Them Access
It was only 5 weeks ago that Bill Gates was whining about the fact that most of the civilized world views him as evil, someone who is planning to use eugenics to depopulate the world. Gates decried ‘baseless conspiracy theories’ as being behind the reason why so many people think he is an end times villain. Today we read that Microsoft is right now creating something called ‘Daily Pass’ that will assign a digital QR code to all students in the Los Angeles Unified School District, and deny them access to school if they do not comply with the dystopian COVID-19 checklist.

Twitter Will Enforce a ‘Strike System’ Against Coronavirus Vaccine ‘Misinformation’
Social media giant Twitter announced this week that it will begin labeling tweets that share “misleading information” about the coronavirus vaccine and will implement a strike system for repeat offenders of the “misinformation policy.”

Universal Orlando removes Dr. Seuss books from shelves amid news 6 books have been “cancelled”
According to Spectrum News, Universal Orlando said it’s evaluating the in-park experiences in their “Seuss Landing” area, but it will remain open amid news that Dr. Seuss will cease publishing 6 books.

The European Union Will Introduce ‘Digital Green Pass’ Legislation This Month Requiring All Citizens To Show Proof Of COVID-19 Vaccination
The best way to describe to you what’s happening now comes by way of an old Arabian proverb that says “If the camel once gets his nose in the tent, his body will soon follow.” A digital green pass on your mobile device is the camel getting his nose in your tent, at this stage the vaccine is ‘strongly recommended’ but not mandated. But not taking it will lock you out of things like international air travel. Once you accept this, the camel will then proceed to insert his whole self into your tent, with the end result being a mark implanted inside your body. You may consider the countdown to the actual, literal Mark of the Beast as having begun.

Michigan National Guard Troops in DC Hospitalized After Democrat Run City Repeatedly Feeds Them Raw, Undercooked Meat and Meals With Metal Shavings
More than a dozen Michigan National Guard troops deployed to Washington, D.C. have been sickened, with some hospitalized, after being served raw, undercooked meat and meals laced with metal shavings according to a report by WXYZ-TV reporter Brian Abel Monday evening.

Homosexuality can be called a mental disorder, rules Chinese court
Homosexuality may be considered “a psychological disorder” in the eyes of Chinese law. Citing controversial academic literature, a court in the eastern Chinese province of Jiangsu ruled that a textbook defining queerness as a disorder is not “factual error,” but a divergent “academic view,” the South China Morning Post reported. The ruling, from the Suqian Intermediate People’s Court, upholds a lower court’s ruling.’

Situation Update, Mar. 2nd – ASIANS are finally fed up with leftist race theory
The Left’s “Critical Race Theory” is a racist, bigoted philosophy that even punishes Asian people for being academically gifted. The smarter you are, the more you’re punished under Critical Race Theory, and if you’re really, really smart, you’re labeled a “racist” for out-performing People Of Color (POC) who, on average, struggle with academic aptitude.

Is The U.S. Going The Way Of Afghanistan?
“The decision to leave election law hidden beneath a shroud of doubt is baffling. By doing nothing, we invite further confusion and erosion of voter confidence.”