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  • Robert Hur Couldn’t Determine Who Had Access to Biden’s Stolen Classified Docs Because Security at Penn Biden Center DELETED All Visitor Logs From 2017-2021

    02/25/2024 4:27:25 PM PST · by Macho MAGA Man · 48 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | February 25, 2024 | Cristina Laila
    Special Counsel Robert Hur could not determine who had access to Joe Biden’s stolen classified documents stored at Penn Biden Center because security deleted all the visitor logs from 2017-2021. According to Hur, Joe Biden kept more than 600 pages of classified documents in unlocked drawers/closets at the Penn Biden Center and stored some of them in dilapidated boxes in his Delaware garage and other unsecured locations. The FBI identified numerous folders, including many labeled “EYES ONLY VPOTUS” which contained highly classified material related to intelligence sources and methods. However, Biden was still not charged and none of his aides,...
  • Austin CEO Angela Chao submerged in vehicle over an hour as rescuers worked to save her (McConnell sister in law Chinese Communist)

    02/25/2024 1:36:59 PM PST · by ifinnegan · 99 replies
    Austin American-Statesman ^ | Feb 24, 2024 | Chase Rogers
    <p>For more than an hour, sheriff's deputies, firefighters and other volunteers fought to pull Angela Chao out of a vehicle submerged in a pond on a Central Texas ranch, a picturesque location that complicated the rescue attempt, according to a report obtained Friday by the American-Statesman.</p>
  • Collapse of Operation Citadel 2.0 (Russian military compares Ukraine counteroffensive to WW 2 Battle of Kursk)

    02/25/2024 5:22:58 AM PST · by hardspunned · 58 replies
    The goals of the Ukrainian army’s offensive in the summer of 2023 and the size of combat groups formed to carry it out are to a certain extent comparable with what the German military fielded for its Operation Citadel in 1943. This gives us the grounds for calling Kiev’s offensive in the summer of 2023 Operation Citadel 2.0. Considering its military-political consequences, the collapse of Citadel 2.0 meant not simply the Ukrainian army’s military-strategic defeat but also the collapse of the consolidated West’s hybrid blitzkrieg. We can state boldly that the so-called counteroffensive attempted by the Ukrainian military in the...
  • Former CCP member: Biden campaign’s ‘desperate’ move to TikTok ‘very worrisome’ (NH Republican Congressional candidate Lily Tang Williams)

    02/25/2024 1:46:38 AM PST · by Libloather · 5 replies
    Biz Pac Review ^ | 2/14/24 | Frieda Powers
    A Republican Congressional candidate and Chinese immigrant called out President Joe Biden’s “desperate” move to join TikTok, warning about the “very worrisome” influence of the Chinese Communist Party. Lily Tang Williams, who is running for Congress in New Hampshire’s second district, believes the Biden administration is being naive when it comes to the reach of the CCP, of which she is a former member. **SNIP** But many pointed out Biden’s hypocrisy in taking to the social media platform that is owned by the Chinese company ByteDance considering the administration last year banned the app from being used on federal devices....
  • Commerce Sec’y: ‘I Have National Security Concerns’ About EVs — ‘Probably’ Need to Do More to Block Chinese EVs

    02/25/2024 1:04:24 AM PST · by Chad C. Mulligan · 11 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 24 Feb 2024 | an Hanchett
    Raimondo responded, “Probably, yes. I share the concern. By the way, I have national security concerns about electric vehicles. An electric vehicle has sensors and semiconductors. They know who’s driving it, where they’re driving, huge amounts of data. Chinese EVs on our road, is that data going back to Beijing in ways that undermine our national security?
  • Muslims Cause Unrest on Japanese Streets: 'Japan Must Die!' (Video)

    02/24/2024 9:30:53 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 94 replies
    RAIR Foundation ^ | February 22, 2024 | Amy Mek
    Videos depicting Muslim migrants causing disturbances in Japan are surfacing. They engage in street altercations with locals, riot in cafes, and vandalize traditional Japanese Shinto shrines. In a recent incident, a family dispute escalated into a stabbing, leaving several people injured. On the streets, Kurdish Muslim demonstrators protest against “racism,” shouting slogans like “Japan must die!”Despite comprising only 2,000 individuals, Kurds who fled persecution in Turkey and Iraq to seek refuge in Japan are stirring up significant trouble. Increasingly, evidence of their disruptive behavior is circulating on social media platforms.Encounters between Kurds and local Japanese often turn violent, involving physical...
  • China develops radioactive battery to keep your phone charged for 50 years

    02/24/2024 5:22:52 PM PST · by Red Badger · 59 replies
    The Business Standard ^ | 14 January, 2024, 11:15 am Last modified: 19 January, 2024, 02:15 pm | Md Tajul Islam
    The battery will not catch fire or explode in response to punctures or even gunshots, unlike some current batteries that can be unsafe if damaged or exposed to high temperatures, says Chinese startup Betavolt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Chinese company Betavolt claims to have developed a battery that could power mobile phones that never need to be charged and drones that can fly forever. Photo: Betavolt.tech ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A Chinese startup claims to have developed a new battery that could power smartphones for 50 years without the need for charging. Beijing-based Betavolt said its nuclear battery is the first in the world to realise...
  • U.S. tracking balloon of unknown origin over American airspace

    02/23/2024 3:38:15 PM PST · by CFW · 29 replies
    Just the News ^ | 2/23/24 | Ben Whedon
    U.S. authorities are currently tracking a high-altitude balloon of unknown origin and purpose over American airspace. The balloon was over Colorado earlier in the day and is travelling east, CBS reported, citing "[s]ources familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity." The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) confirmed in a statement that "[i]n close coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) detected a small balloon at an altitude varying between 43,000-45,000 ft." "The balloon was intercepted by NORAD fighters over Utah, who determined it was not maneuverable and did not...
  • US Military tracking high-altitude balloon over western US.

    02/23/2024 2:34:20 PM PST · by Carriage Hill
    Fox News ^ | 2.23.2024 | Brie Stimson, Liz Friden
    A township ordinance that limits firing guns to indoor and outdoor shooting ranges and zoning that significantly restricts where the ranges can be located does not violate the Second Amendment, Pennsylvania's Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. The man who challenged Stroud Township's gun laws, Jonathan Barris, began to draw complaints about a year after he moved to the home in the Poconos in 2009 and installed a shooting range on his 5-acre property. An officer responding to a complaint said the range had a safe backstop but the targets were in line with a large box store in a nearby shopping...
  • U.S. is tracking an unidentified high-altitude balloon over the Western part of the country

    02/23/2024 1:17:01 PM PST · by janetjanet998 · 105 replies
    JUST IN - U.S. is tracking an unidentified high-altitude balloon over the Western part of the country — CBS
  • Some of the Same News Outlets Warning About 'Disinformation' Are Taking Millions To Print Chinese Propaganda

    02/22/2024 5:13:36 PM PST · by Red6 · 10 replies
    The Washington Free Beacon ^ | February 21, 2024 | Drew Holden
    When U.S. news outlets' lucrative peddling of Chinese propaganda was exposed in 2019 and 2020, it was a scandal. Human rights groups condemned the practice, and the New York Times and Wall Street Journal swore off Chinese Communist Party money. In the years since, however, a number of major U.S. newspapers and magazines have kept at it—accepting hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars from the Chinese Communist Party in exchange for publishing content by China Daily, a state-owned English-language paper. China Daily's Foreign Agents Registration Act filings show that between October 2020 and October 2023, the CCP mouthpiece paid...
  • Chinese fishing vessels are going scorched earth and pumping cyanide into contested waters, Philippine fishing authority says

    02/22/2024 8:55:31 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 39 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 02 19 2024 | Matthew Loh
    The Philippines' fishing bureau has accused Chinese fishing vessels of using cyanide to destroy Scarborough Shoal, a fish-rich atoll in the South China Sea contested by both Manila and Beijing. "These Chinese fishermen use cyanide," Nazario Briguera, a spokesperson for the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, said on Saturday, per a translation from Filipino by The Philippine Star. Cyanide fishing is a controversial fishing method that typically involves dumping the highly toxic chemical near coral reefs or in fishing grounds to stun or kill fish so they can be easily captured. It's widely condemned because it indiscriminately affects most...
  • Number Of Chinese Illegally Crossing US-Mexico Border Surges 500 Percent In San Diego Sector

    02/22/2024 8:44:28 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 18 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | 02/22/2024 | Tom Ozimek
    The number of Chinese nationals entering the United States illegally has surged in recent times, with the latest data from the San Diego sector showing a staggering 500 percent surge so far this year compared to the same period a year ago.As the nation remains gripped by an illegal immigration crisis of historic proportions, there’s been an exceptionally high increase in the number of Chinese nationals—especially military-aged men—who have unlawfully crossed the U.S.-Mexico border.Some border patrol officials and others have warned this poses a national security risk because, among those simply seeking a better life, there may be those with...
  • Leaked Files From Chinese Firm Show Vast International Hacking Effort

    02/22/2024 4:09:22 PM PST · by Enlightened1 · 7 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | 02/22/24 | Christian Shepherd, Cate Cadell, Ellen Nakashima, Joseph Menn and Aaron Schaffer
    A trove of leaked documents from a Chinese state-linked hacking group shows that Beijing’s intelligence and military groups are attempting large-scale, systematic cyber intrusions against foreign governments, companies and infrastructure — with hackers of one company claiming to be able to target users of Microsoft, Apple and Google. The cache — containing more than 570 files, images and chat logs — offers an unprecedented look inside the operations of one of the firms that Chinese government agencies hire for on-demand, mass data-collecting operations. The files — posted to GitHub last week and deemed credible by cybersecurity experts, although the source...
  • Putin taunts the West by taking a flight in Russia’s Tu-160M strategic nuclear bomber as Kremlin threatens nuclear war

    02/22/2024 11:54:44 AM PST · by marcusmaximus · 35 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 2/22/2024 | Will Stewart
    Vladimir Putin taunted the West by taking a joyride in a modernised supersonic Tu-160M strategic nuclear bomber today - as the Kremlin threatened nuclear war. The despot's stunt - which lasted around 40 minutes - appeared to be intended to enhance his macho ratings as he stands for re-election next month -snip- Putin was seen taking off in Kazan a day after he visited a factory in the city where the Tupolev bombers are manufactured.
  • Turmoil at CBS — Catherine Herridge’s Firing Escalates as Network Seizes Files and Exposes Confidential Sources: Report

    02/22/2024 11:03:20 AM PST · by Red Badger · 85 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | Feb. 22, 2024 12:40 pm | Staff
    CBS reportedly seized files from Catherine Herridge, the network’s recently laid-off senior investigative correspondent. This action included materials that may reveal information about confidential sources, according to an article by Jonathan Turley, Shapiro Chair of Public Interest Law at George Washington University, in The Hill. Catherine Herridge, an Emmy-winning and nominated reporter known for her work on national security and intelligence, was among the 800 employees Paramount Global laid off in a bid to streamline operations amid financial strain. Her firing has since escalated into a broader controversy. In his article titled “CBS faces uproar after seizing investigative journalist’s files,”...
  • China's Infiltrators: 'They Are Coming Here to Kill Us'

    02/22/2024 9:12:47 AM PST · by george76 · 47 replies
    Gatestone Institute. ^ | February 13, 2024 | Gordon G. Chang
    China's Communist Party is at this moment putting in place the infrastructure in America to attack America. [I]n Reedley, California, near Fresno, authorities found a secret Chinese biological weapons lab with at least 20 pathogens, including the one for Ebola, and almost a thousand mice that had been genetically engineered to spread disease. Chinese agents, in addition to hobbling Americans with disease and gunning them down, could bomb power stations, attack military bases, start wildfires, poison reservoirs, or create terror in dozens of ways. These tactics come straight out of Unrestricted Warfare, a 1999 book written by two Chinese air...
  • Ford, GM CEOs open to partnerships to compete with China

    02/22/2024 4:53:08 AM PST · by bert · 18 replies
    Fox Business News ^ | 2/22/2024 | Eric Revell
    Ford CEO Jim Farley and GM CEO Mary Barra said they are open to collaborating with automakers on EV tech to compete with China The CEOs of leading U.S. automakers Ford and GM on Thursday signaled they are open to considering partnerships to lower the cost of electric vehicle technology to compete with low-cost Chinese EVs looking to the U.S. and European markets. "If there’s ways that we can partner with others, especially on technologies that are not consumer-facing, and be more efficient with R&D as well as capital, we’re all in," GM CEO Mary Barra told investors at a...
  • Just One Bowl of Cereal a Day May Raise Risk of DEMENTIA - as Study Links Cognitive Decline to Vitamin Also in Rice and Oatmeal

    02/21/2024 1:33:06 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 60 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 21 February 2024 | Alexa Lardieri
    Cereals regarded as healthy may actually raise your risk of dementia — and it's not because of the sugar. A study published in the journal General Psychiatry found a link between a vitamin in brands such as Cheerios and Shreddies and cognitive decline, which can be a precursor for dementia. Thiamine, or vitamin B1, is also found naturally in whole grains, legumes, liver and salmon, and not getting enough of it has also been linked to health issues. But researchers say for the first time they've discovered a J-shaped curve that indicates consuming too much also has negative consequences.
  • Foremost Group CEO Angela Chao died after car went into Texas pond, sheriff says

    02/20/2024 3:29:27 PM PST · by Twotone · 27 replies
    CNBC ^ | February 16, 2024 | Dan Mangan
    Angela Chao, CEO of Foremost Group and the sister-in-law of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, died after her car went into a pond on a private ranch about 40 miles west of Austin, Texas, authorities said Friday. Chao’s family on Wednesday announced she died in a car accident on Sunday, but did not disclose details of the incident at that time. On Friday, the Blanco County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that on Saturday, it “responded to a possible water rescue on a private ranch located in Blanco County, TX.” “On arrival Blanco County deputies along with Blanco County...