This Week in the World Affairs Brief

JANUARY 6 COMMITTEE STILL TRYING TO STOP TRUMP

The “witch-hunts” against Donald Trump continue to hound him more than two years after he was pried out of office by a rigged election—and it shows how desperate the Democrats are to keep him from running again. This week Cassidy Hutchinson, a former aide to Trump’s Chief of Staff, was the latest to be trotted out by the January 6th committee to paint Trump as dangerous. Given how many deep state plants were inside the Trump White House you may not think this testimony came as a surprise, but Cassidy Hutchinson is being played up as different. She is presented as a loyal acolyte of Donald Trump who felt betrayed by his conduct during the January 6 march on the Capitol building and reluctantly told her inside stories about how unstable Trump is and how he should not be allowed to run for President again. But she is not a true fan and she did overstate things. She also did not make clear that some of her accusations were second or third-hand and some of the most important points were highly disputed. There were even indications she was told what to say by a “third party.” That didn’t stop supposedly conservative news outlets like the Washington Examiner from spinning the testimony in the most dramatic light hoping to disenchant conservatives with Trump by saying that it “ought to ring the death knell for former President Donald Trump’s political career.” That’s the intent of all this, but it is just wishful thinking by the Democrats. To receive a free one-time sample of the brief, click on Request a Sample on the left.

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Nearly 8,000 Flights Delayed On Friday As July 4th Weekend To Be Hell

Jul 3, 2022
Thousands of flights were delayed, and hundreds canceled Friday evening amid pilot and crew shortages, as industry experts warned of travel chaos this Independence Day holiday weekend. More than 7,800 flights were delayed within, into, or out of the US, and 586 canceled, according to FlightAware. — ZeroHedge

Leaked Documents Reveal Wide Scope Of China's Human Rights Violations In Xinjiang

Jul 3, 2022
One of the leaked documents, which contains "a shoot to kill order" for guards in the camp's watchtowers, confirms that these camps are indeed prisons. Another leaked report stipulates how detainees are to be transported from one site to an alternate location: ankle shackles, handcuffs and hoods. — Gatestone Institute

Ukraine Successfully Hitting Russian Command Posts With New Rocket System: Pentagon

Jul 3, 2022
Already, Ukraine's forces and their American backers are touting that they've been able to target and strike Russian command centers with the HIMARS, which are well past the front lines. — ZeroHedge

Supreme Court Follows Concealed Carry Decision With Pro-2A Rulings In 4 States

Jul 3, 2022
The Supreme Court followed up its June 23 landmark ruling that for the first time recognized a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense, by issuing a series of rulings June 30 reversing federal appeals court decisions that upheld gun restrictions in California, New Jersey, Maryland, and Hawaii. — The Epoch Times

Cassidy Hutchinson’s Attorney Spins Testimony’s Collapse: She Only ‘Recounted What She Was Told’

Jul 1, 2022
After Hutchinson’s testimony was reportedly debunked by Secret Service agents who denied that the incident she described occurred, her attorney, Jody Hunt of Alston Bird, tweeted Hutchinson only repeated to the committee what she had been told by a third party. — Breitbart

Russian missile strike hits shopping mall with more than 1,000 people inside, Ukraine says

Jul 1, 2022
“The number of victims is impossible to imagine,” President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. — NBC News

EU Commission Won’t Release Texts Between President Von Der Leyen & Pfizer CEO About Massive Vaccine Deal

Jul 1, 2022
Claims exchange between EU's top leader and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla not relevant and therefore not necessary to provide transparency for EU citizens. — News Wars

6 Ways McConnell Betrays the Republican Base

Jul 1, 2022
If McConnell's efforts to curtail the Second Amendment don't prove him deeply unsuited to lead the New Republican Party during these uncertain times, consider a few additional reasons: (1) Russia collusion hoaxer: The Russia collusion hoax was Obama and Hillary's baby (uh, gross), but Mitch gave it legitimacy by pretending that it deserved serious investigation. Using Richard Burr's Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to hide the FBI's illicit spying operations against candidate Trump while backing the two-year Mueller Inquisition allowed McConnell to wield some power over President Trump (who had uniquely come into high office beholden to none). By doing so, he helped divide the nation further than ever and betrayed all the Republican voters (a common theme here) who had succeeded in finally putting an America First candidate into the White House. Imagine how much better off the country would have been had McConnell firmly rejected the Democrats' absurd allegations that Donald Trump was a Russian spy. Imagine how much more successful President Trump would have been in executing his MAGA policy agenda. — American Thinker

Dutch Farmers Livid Over EU's 'Green' Nitrogen Rule Block Border Between Holland And Germany

Jul 1, 2022
Thousands of tractor-driving Dutch protesters came out this week to continue demonstrations against the government's radical plan to cut nitrogen emissions by 30% - 70% as part of their 'green' agenda. — ZeroHedge

Drug-Traffickers Arrested With 150,000 Fentanyl Pills Set Free Just Days After Arrest: Police

Jul 1, 2022
Two drug traffickers who were arrested during a traffic stop in California last week after they got allegedly busted with 150,000 pills of fentanyl have been released back onto the streets, officials said. — ZeroHedge

"Children Cannot Consent": Teen Who Had Double Mastectomy Regrets 'Gender Journey'

Jul 1, 2022
“Despite having a therapist and attending the top surgery class, I really didn’t understand all the ramifications of any of the medical decisions I was making. I was incapable of understanding, and it was downplayed consistently,” she said. “My parents, on the other hand, were pressured to continue my so-called ‘gender journey’ with the suicide threat. “I will never be able to breastfeed a child. I have blood clots in my urine. I am unable to fully empty my bladder. I do not yet know if I am capable of carrying a child to full term. In fact, even the doctors who put me on puberty blockers and testosterone do not know.” She urged the committee to reject the trans sanctuary state bill and put safeguards in place so that “painful” experiences like hers are not repeated. — The Epoch Times\

Mom who saved her own kids from Uvalde massacre says she's now being harassed by police

Jul 1, 2022
She had also previously claimed that a police officer had called her and warned that she might be in violation of her probation from an arrest a decade ago if she kept speaking to the media. She only began speaking to the media after being reassured by a judge that she would not be violation of her probation. — The Blaze

In Landmark Ruling, Supreme Court Deals Massive Blow To Biden's Climate Change Agenda

Jul 1, 2022
In a majority opinion authored by chief justice John Roberts, the justices ruled that in the latest example of Democratic overreach, the Environmental Protection Agency was not specifically authorized by Congress to reduce carbon emissions when it was set up in 1970. The ruling leaves the Biden administration dependent on passing legislation if it wants to implement sweeping regulations to curb emissions. The opinion from the court's conservative majority said that “a decision of such magnitude and consequence rests with Congress itself, or an agency acting pursuant to a clear delegation from that representative body”. The justices added they doubted Congress intended to delegate the question of “how much coal-based generation there should be over the coming decades, to any administrative agency”. — ZeroHedge

The Fed Is Quietly Handing Out $250 Million To A Handful Of Happy Recipients Every Single Day

Jul 1, 2022
The Fed's QE may be over, and QT may be just starting (it won't last long), but don't think the Fed free money giveaway is ending any time soon. In fact, for a handful of happy, mostly anonymous counterparties, the real free-money bonanza has just begun! — ZeroHedge

Market Staring Down The Abyss Of Contraction

Jul 1, 2022
... the quad diagram shows the economy careening into contraction (more below) starting with European inflation which continues its escalation, perversely increasing the likelihood of an “accident” there against a still-toiling ECB who risks a “catch-up” hiking spasm into a hard recession—and accordingly EUR Credit markets are staring into the abyss, with Xover earlier printing through 600bps for the first time since “peak COVID” stress — ZeroHedge

Supreme Court Grants Biden Victory Over Remain-In-Mexico Asylum Rule

Jul 1, 2022
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Biden administration on Thursday, which sought to end the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy that requires asylum seekers to wait in Mexico until their case is heard, instead of being allowed to await their hearings in the United States. — ZeroHedge

Biden Says Turkey Will Get New F-16 Jets, Claims "No Quid Pro Quo" With Erdogan

Jul 1, 2022
President Joe Biden in his Thursday press conference from the Madrid NATO summit claimed that he's never waivered on supporting a new F-16 sale to Turkey, also emphasizing in response to a reporter's question that there was "no quid pro quo" with Erdogan regarding Finland and Sweden's entry into NATO. — ZeroHedge

Fauci Gets COVID Again After Taking Pfizer’s Treatment — the Drug That Cost Taxpayers $10.5 Billion

Jun 30, 2022
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday he is experiencing a rebound of COVID-19 symptoms after taking Paxlovid, Pfizer’s COVID-19 antiviral pill. Taxpayers are on the hook for $10.5 billion worth of the experimental treatment, under a deal the White House cut with Pfizer. — Children's Health Defense

“[B.S.]”: Claim Trump “Lunged” For Steering Wheel on January 6 Discredited by Secret Service

Jun 30, 2022
The January 6 Committee’s credibility has plummeted after claims by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson that President Trump “lunged” for the steering wheel of his vehicle and demanded to be taken to the site of the riots were contradicted by the lead Secret Service agent. — Summit News

Jan. 6 ‘Electronic Surveillance Unit’ Was ‘Illegal,’ Says Rep. Gohmert; Attorney Suggests ‘Entrapment’

Jun 30, 2022
As previously reported in an exclusive June 20 report, evidence proves that “plainclothes” members of a special Electronic Surveillance Unit (ESU) were embedded among Jan. 6, 2021, protesters for the purposes of conducting video surveillance. According to experts, one believes the activity itself may have been against the law. The other contends it was done for the purpose of entrapment. — The Epoch Times

The Biden Administration Hits Peak Energy Absurdity

Jun 30, 2022
The answer is working together – with the oil and natural gas industry – on implementing the policies needed to bring down the cost of energy for the American people: Lease federal lands and waters Build necessary pipelines to transport oil and natural gas Encourage investment and access to capital Relieve supply chain bottlenecks — Real Clear Energy

West Coast Rail Networks Clogged As Supply Chain Normalization Delayed

Jun 30, 2022
Dwell times for rail-bound containers have been steadily increasing since February and are back to levels not seen since the major port bottlenecks of summer 2021. The Port of Los Angeles has recently enlisted help from the White House to clear a backlog of rail-bound containers that's tripled since February, taking up space on its docks and causing congestion. As of Monday, there were more than 28,000 rail-container units on the ground, about two-thirds of which had been waiting to be picked up for nine days or more. -Bloomberg — ZeroHedge

Nigerian Governor Orders Mass Issuance Of Gun Permits To Counter Murderous Hordes

Jun 28, 2022
Gun permits have rarely been issued in Nigeria—but that's about to change. In the face of rampant violence by huge gangs of heavily armed bandits, one state governor has ordered the mass issuance of gun permits to citizens desperate for a chance to protect themselves. For over a decade, Nigerians living in the country's northwestern states have endured an endless plague of looting, kidnapping and murder at the hands of gangs and ethnic militias, which Nigerians call bandits. The violence has taken its steepest toll on the states of Zamfara and Kaduna. — ZeroHedge

Abortion Clinics Start Closing After Roe v. Wade Ruling

Jun 28, 2022
Abortion will either soon become—or already is—unlawful in at least 13 states, according to a tally by The Epoch Times: Idaho, North Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, South Dakota, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas. Bans in Mississippi and North Dakota will come into force when their respective attorneys general sign off, while Wyoming’s prohibition will take effect within days. — The Epoch Times

Far-Left Groups Use Map Created by University Professors to Target Pregnancy Centers, Report Says

Jun 28, 2022
Radical pro-abortion activists are reportedly using an interactive map developed by two University of Georgia professors to plan their violent attacks on pregnancy resource centers. These centers, which typically offer pregnancy tests and counseling services from a pro-life perspective, have been vandalized, smashed, and set on fire in growing numbers across the country in the weeks leading up to the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. — The Epoch Times

Almost all 5,000 gang members in Sweden are either 1st- or 2nd-generation migrants

Jun 28, 2022
“It is not enough for many immigrants to come to Sweden from a less developed country and enjoy the benefits. They want excitement and want to get rich quickly,” said a leading Swedish criminologist — ReMix

Medvedev Says Crimea Is Russia's "Forever" & Any NATO Moves On It Would Trigger WW3

Jun 28, 2022
Medvedev concluded the statements by appealing to the 'common sense' of the Western public and policy makers: "Nobody in their right mind wants higher prices and taxes, mounting tension along the borders, Iskanders, hypersonic weapons or ships with nukes a stone’s throw from their house. Let’s hope that the common sense of our neighbors eventually prevails. Yet if not, then, as they say, "they started it," he said. — ZeroHedge

"More Money In Your Pocket" - Newsom To Helicopter Drop $17 Billion In "Inflation Relief" Stimmy Checks

Jun 28, 2022
... California Governor Gavin Newsom has come up with the brilliant idea to stoke even more demand through a new round of stimulus checks. Newsom's move to tackle high inflation by helicopter dropping billions of dollars in stimulus checks is utter nonsense and will only work counter to what the Fed is ultimately trying to achieve: recession by aggressively hiking interest rates and winding down the balance sheet to reduce aggregate demand, so consumer prices fall. "Millions of Californians will be receiving up to $1,050 as part of a NEW middle-class tax rebate. — ZeroHedge

NY Supreme Court Tosses Law Allowing Noncitizens To Vote

Jun 27, 2022
The New York Supreme Court on Monday struck down a NYC law allowing noncitizens to vote, handing a victory to the Republican National Committee (RNC) which filed a lawsuit against the law in January. — ZeroHedge

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