20 Jun 2023

Hunter Biden charged with federal tax, gun crimes, reaches plea deal
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, is being charged by the Justice Department with two misdemeanor tax offenses and a felony gun charge, according to a court filing released Tuesday. Republicans cried foul about the charges, accusing the Justice Department of giving the president’s son a “a slap on the wrist.” The corrupt Biden DOJ just cleared up hundreds of years of criminal liability by giving Hunter Biden a mere ‘traffic ticket,'” House Oversight Chairman James Comer, R-Ky., said the charges reveal “a two-tiered system of justice.” “Hunter Biden is getting away with a slap on the wrist,” Comer said, adding that the charges “have no impact” on his panel’s probe. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., called it a “sweetheart deal,” adding it “should enhance” the House GOP’s probe into the Biden family.

Israel to Announce Approval of 4,000 New Homes to Be Built in Judea and Samaria
Israeli media reported this week that Israel is expected to soon announce the approval of more than 4,000 new homes in the biblical heartland . Unsurprisingly, the media pounced on the development, and rushed to condemn Israel for advancing what the White House calls “an obstacle to peace and the advancement of the two-state solution.” As Christians, any time new homes are built in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria, we should celebrate and show our public support of Israel’s sovereignty over her homeland. After all, Israeli communities expanding in the land of Israel just makes sense.

Armed IRS agents raid Montana gun shop, seize gun purchase records
Armed IRS agents seized dozens of boxes of ATF form 4473s from Highwood Creek Outfitters in Great Falls, Montana, last Wednesday, prompting concern and criticism from both Montana officials and gun owners. Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen told Breitbart News that the IRS seizure of gun owner documents is “extremely concerning” because it appears to “exceed” the search warrant that was issued, which “limited the scope of the search to financial records.”

UFO crash covered up by US gov’t, congressman says
Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) argued that the U.S. government has been covering up UFO sightings since it covered up a UFO crash in 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico. “I do 100% [believe the U.S government is covering up] since 1947 Roswell, [Mexico] … the military said we’ve recovered a saucer and then the next day they dropped this poor officer out and claim he holds up a piece of a hot air balloon and says, ‘No in fact it was a hot air balloon,’ which apparently was a top secret program at the time and they’ve never would have disclosed it in any way,” Burchett said during a recent appearance on Newsmax.

Rand Paul: “Bill Gates Is Largest Funder Of Trying To Find Viruses In Caves And Bring Them To Big Cities”
Senator Rand Paul teed off on globalist Bill Gates Sunday, heavily intimating that the billionaire’s obsession with funding research into deadly viruses led directly to the COVID pandemic.

China Has A Simple Solution To Its Soaring Youth Unemployment
War Creates A Lot Of Employment For A Country’s Youth.” Commodore further notes that “it is becoming increasingly uncomfortable that the world’s concerns of a coming war in Taiwan are intensifying at the very same time that China’s youth unemployment is surging.”

Trump ‘Needs To Be Shot’: Democratic Lawmaker Quickly Backpedals During On-Air Tirade
The Ranking Democrat on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government (Jim Jordan’s panel) said on Sunday that former President Donald Trump should be “shot” for “having the classified information for Americans” at Mar-a-Lago. Del. Stacey Plaskett (D-VI), who in April threatened journalist Matt Taibbi with imprisonment over his “Twitter Files” testimony, was speaking to MSNBC about Trump’s classified records case when she let the comment slip. She quickly corrected herself with “stopped,” adding that Trump will “have his day in court.”

Minneapolis gay bar drops Anheuser-Busch products
The Saloon said in a press release that it will no longer offer Anheuser-Busch products, including Bud Light, Michelob Golden Light, and Michelob Ultra. These beers have been replaced with offerings from local breweries. The bar cited Anheuser-Busch’s “move to stop its marketing campaign celebrating actress, comedian, and content creator Dylan Mulvaney’s first year as a woman.”

World’s oldest all-male secret society fractured over transgender members:
According to the Daily Caller, the Freemasons are an all-male secret society with ties back to the Middle Ages. The Freemason organization is also recognized as the largest secret society in the world. In 2018, it was reported that the United Grand Lodge of England, which was established in 1717 and is considered to be the oldest Freemason lodge in the world, determined that men who transitioned to become women could retain Freemason membership and that women could become eligible for membership if they transitioned to become men.
the controversy over the transgender movement and its implications for membership in the Freemasons continue to split the organization in the United States.

Ships, planes search for sub that went missing on trip to Titanic wreckage
U.S. and Canadian ships and planes searched on Monday for a submarine that went missing more than a day earlier off the coast of southeastern Canada while taking tourists to explore the wreckage of the Titanic, officials said. The U.S. Coast Guard said there was one pilot and four passengers on board and that the vessel had the capacity to be submerged for 96 hours, but it was unclear whether it was still underwater or had surfaced and was unable to communicate. British billionaire Hamish Harding is among the passengers, according to a social media post from a relative.

Another attack against Christians in Jerusalem: Stone hurled into Last Supper Room
A stone was thrown at a window of the Room of the Last Supper on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, which according to the belief of most Christian denominations is the place where Jesus had his Last Supper. This incident joins a series of attacks against Christians in Jerusalem that have increased recently.

Jenin looking more and more like Gaza, Lebanon
Monday’s fighting between IDF soldiers and Palestinian gunmen in Jenin is seen by Palestinians as a sign of the Israeli military’s “weakness” in confronting the armed groups that have emerged in the northern West Bank over the past 18 months. The clashes, which lasted for more than eight hours and resulted in seven soldiers wounded and five Palestinians dead, are also seen to be an indication of the Palestinian armed groups’ success in upgrading and developing their military capabilities and warfare tactics.

Deadly clashes in Jenin: 7 IDF soldiers wounded; 5 terrorists killed, dozens injured
Israeli helicopters struck targets in the Jenin area on Monday morning after a deadly gun battle erupted during an Israeli counter-terror raid in the city. The strikes came after a number of Palestinian gunmen were reportedly killed – according to initial reports, three were dead – and at least five Israeli soldiers wounded during clashes that erupted during an Israeli counter-terror operation in the city.

Ehud Barak agreed to give up part of Temple Mount, Old City
The Barak administration agreed to give up part of Israel’s sovereignty in the Old City of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount in December 2000, according to an official response to a Clinton administration proposal published for the first time by the Israel State Archives on Sunday. Israel agreed to relinquish its sovereignty over the area of ​​the mosques on the Temple Mount, Ynet reported.

Japanese N-Ark floating city being built to save mankind
Global warming” alarmists claim the oceans are rising and one Japanese company is planning to build a Noah’s Ark city to save a select few from a replay of the Biblical flood. While its creators feel safe, believing that technology will save them, one rabbi suggested that they invest in a simpler solution that is based in the real lessons learned from Noah.

Latest effort at Iran nuclear appeasement won’t work any better than the last one, according to WSJ
Biden is hoping Iran will put its nuclear ambitions on hold until after the 2024 elections, is willing to pay billions.

Netanyahu says government will unilaterally advance ‘corrections to the judicial system’
PM says original plan to change Judicial Selection Committee ‘will not be advanced’, promises to act ‘responsibly’. Netanyahu accused opposition leaders Gantz and Lapid of “playing a game” of dialogue. He said that opposition representatives delayed “month after month” but “did not agree to the minimum understanding.” He said that because of this, the coalition will “begin practical steps” which will happen “in a measured and responsible manner in accordance with the mandate we received to reform the judicial system.”

Sinking to a new low: Trudeau Liberals host ‘all ages’ drag show on Parliament Hill
And so, the Liberal Party decided to host an “all ages” drag show on Parliament Hill two weeks ago. Marci Ien, the minister for women and gender equality and youth (Liberal cabinet ministers are saddled with very long, very inclusive titles) tweeted out photos of the event,

Experts increase number of storms expected in 2023 Atlantic hurricane season
The updated CSU Atlantic hurricane season outlook released Thursday calls for 15 named storms, an increase of two from its initial outlook released in April. Seven of these storms, also up from six, could become hurricanes with at least 74-mph winds. Three of the hurricanes, up from two, could be major (Category 3 or higher) with winds of at least 111 mph.

Invest 92L given 100% chance to become Tropical Storm Bret as NHC also monitors 2nd area in eastern Atlantic
Invest 92L now has a near 100% chance of developing into a tropical depression or tropical storm, according to the National Hurricane Center. If sustained winds reach at least 39 mph around an organized center of circulation, it will be named Tropical Storm Bret.

Five dead, 28 missing as monsoon rains ravage Nepal’s Koshi Province
Heavy monsoon rains, triggering landslides and causing floods and rivers to overflow, have been affecting Nepal’s eastern Koshi Province since June 17, 2023. The resulting devastation has led to five deaths across the province, with 28 people reported missing, and considerable infrastructure damage.

Extreme rainfall hits southern Brazil, leaving at least 11 people dead and 20 missing 
An intense extratropical cyclone that struck southern Brazil, particularly Rio Grande do Sul, on June 15 and 16, 2023, brought extremely heavy rains and strong winds, resulting in at least 11 fatalities and 20 missing persons.

Unexplained deaths in India’s heatwave raise questions amid soaring temperatures
In a severe heatwave that has hit the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, India, at least 96 people have reportedly died from heat-aggravated conditions. Intriguingly, over half of these deaths have occurred in a single district, Ballia, prompting an investigation.

Rare snowfall, cold wave in Bolivia’s Santa Cruz deals blow to agriculture, kills cattle
An unexpected wave of snow, ice and heavy rain has hit Santa Cruz, Bolivia’s largest agricultural region last week, causing widespread damage to crops and leading to the death of cattle. The cold front extended beyond Santa Cruz, with record-breaking temperatures of -9 °C (15.8 °F) recorded in the north of the country. Notably, temperatures also took a steep dive in the southern wine-producing department of Tarija, a critical area for Bolivia’s winegrowing industry.

Monsoon arrives in Assam: Severe flooding affects 34 000, rivers above warning levels, India
Floods triggered by the monsoon, which hit Assam on June 10, 2023, have so far impacted around 34 189 people, particularly in the Lakhimpur district. In the wake of breached embankments and significant rainfall, hectares of crops have been affected, prompting the establishment of relief measures.

Beijing breaks mid-June heat record as temperatures reach 39.4 °C (103 °F), China 
Beijing experienced a record-breaking mid-June temperature of 39.4°C (103°F) on June 16, 2023, as reported by China’s meteorological authority, which has issued warnings for the public to stay indoors and avoid heatstroke.

Shallow M6.0 earthquake hits south of Africa 
A shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.0 hit south of Africa at 21:59 UTC on June 18, 2023. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). EMSC is reporting the same magnitude and depth.

Strong and shallow M6.4 earthquake hits Gulf of California, Mexico
A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USG as M6.4 hit Gulf of California, Mexico at 20:30 UTC on June 18, 2023. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles).

Caterpillar invasion in Skagit County’s Guemes Island
Guemes Island in Skagit County is popular for its beaches, incredible scenery and solitude.  But lately, an unwelcome visitor is moving in. And they’re arriving by the millions.

Millions of Western Tent Caterpillars Invade Guemes Island, Washington
Residents of a small community off the Washington coast are facing a challenge of unprecedented scale this summer: Millions of caterpillars are taking over their island.

$450,000,000,000 To Exit US Banks As Treasury Kicks Off Massive Borrowing Spree: Morgan Stanley
Analysts from Morgan Stanley expect nearly half a trillion dollars to leave American banks when the US Treasury goes ahead with a plan to roll out a new batch of T-bills.

“Children should have sex partners” – The UN agenda to normalize pedophilia
The United Nations has issued the document “International Technical Guidance on Sexual Education”.1 It is the official guideline for elementary schools around the world. The goal of this document is described on page 16.

Stove wars: Republican-controlled House approves bills to protect gas stoves
Venturing back into the nation’s culture wars, the Republican-controlled House has approved legislation that GOP lawmakers say would protect gas stoves from overzealous government regulators.

AI now overriding decisions made by human care nurses at hospitals
…The life-or-death decisions that have long been made by real people at health care facilities are now being made by computers that have been programmed with who-knows-what to do God-only-knows to patients.

Video: Pfizer’s “Secret” Report on the Covid Vaccine. Beyond Manslaughter. The Evidence is Overwhelming. The Vaccine Should Be Immediately Withdrawn Worldwide
The following video interview with Prof. Michel Chossudovsky pertains to the Confidential Pfizer Report released as part of a Freedom of Information (FOI) procedure. The report is a bombshell. The vaccine was launched in mid-December 2020. By the end of February 2021, “Pfizer had already received more than 1,200 reports of deaths allegedly caused by the vaccine and tens of thousands of reported adverse events, including 23 cases of spontaneous abortions out of 270 pregnancies and more than 2,000 reports of cardiac disorders.”

Dodgers Celebrate Hate 
The Los Angeles Dodgers are one of the most storied franchises in Major League Baseball (MLB), having won a total of seven World Series titles and twenty-four National League pennants since their founding in Brooklyn. The team is valued at $4.8 billion, second only to the New York Yankees in MLB.

“We Are Restricting Freedom… For The Common Good”: Irish Green Party Calls For Limiting Free Speech
The Irish Green Party followed many on the left around the world, including our own Democratic Party, this week and came out for censorship and speech controls. Indeed, the party went full Orwellian as its chairwoman Pauline O’Reilly called for “restricting freedom” to protect it.

Michael Yon Explains How Biden Is Bringing Violent ‘No Go Zones’ To America.
Michael Yon Explains How Biden Is Bringing Violent ‘No Go Zones’ To America.

Japanese Firm N-Ark Creating ‘Dogen City’ That Is The Latest In An Ever-Growing Line Of Apocalyptic Doomsday Living Compounds Around The Globe
I cannot tell you the exact day it happened, but sometime from the beginning of March in 2020 to where we are right now in 2023, a switch was thrown that triggered many things related to end times Bible prophecy. Your King James Bible tells you the end times will be like the Days of Noah, and now multiple countries are building ‘arks’ in which they plan to hide from the wrath of Almighty God. Remember that movie ‘2012’ where they built an ark for the apocalypse? Buckle up, it’s all coming. Today we tell you about the apocalyptic Dogen City in Japan, and the modern-day Noah’s Ark they’re building.

It Begins: 20 Heavily Armed IRS and ATF Agents Raid Great Falls Gun Store, Seize Firearm Purchase Records
In an unprecedented move, twenty armed Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agents carried out a raid on a gun store in Great Falls, Montana, seizing all Form 4473 – documents that record buyer’s information during firearms transactions.