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U.S. Attorney-General Merrick Garland on Monday accused the Chinese government of an effort “to intimidate Americans” and silence dissidents abroad by using a massive state-run hacking program.

The Chinese Embassy denied the claims as “groundless” and said they were part of an ongoing smear campaign by the United States.

Garland’s comment came as the U.S. Justice Department unsealed charges against seven Chinese nationals it says are part of a hacking program run by China’s Ministry of State Security, or MSS, and has targeted the White House, Congress and critics of Beijing.

“The Justice Department will not tolerate efforts by the Chinese government to intimidate Americans who serve the public, silence the dissidents who are protected by American laws, or steal from American businesses,” Garland said after the charges were announced.

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More than six dozen countries will hold elections this year, but none will be more consequential than the one scheduled for November in the United States. After all, what happens in the US invariably has outsize impact, given America’s economic, military, and diplomatic power and influence. Countries in both Europe and the Indo-Pacific count on the US to guarantee their security – a guarantee they have not had reason to question for three-quarters of a century.

Moreover, unlike most presidential elections in American history, this is one in which the differences between the two likely major party candidates far outweigh their similarities. Much the same can be said about which of the two parties wins control of the Senate and the House of Representatives. What makes the coming year so fraught for America and the rest of the world, though, is the reality that American democracy faces multiple hurdles. Indeed, the near future consists of three distinct phases, each with its own challenges and dangers. The first phase is already under way and will continue through election day, November 5. The problem is already in plain sight: with politics taking priority over policy, it has become nearly impossible to enact important legislation. Military aid to Ukraine has been put on hold because the Republican-controlled House, following the lead of Donald Trump, the party’s presumptive presidential nominee, refuses to approve it. Two years of successfully resisting Russian aggression in Europe have been put at risk.

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Heart scarring was detected more than one year after COVID-19 vaccination in some people who suffered myocarditis following receipt of a shot, researchers reported in new studies.

A third of 60 patients with follow-up cardiac imaging done more than 12 months after their myocarditis diagnosis had persistent late gadolinium enhancement (LGE), which is, in the majority of cases, reflective of heart scarring, Australian researchers reported in a preprint of a new study, published on March 22.

Myocarditis is a form of heart inflammation.

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New York just got rid of its right to shelter rules, but now the people it’s been caring for have nowhere to go. Apartments in NYC cost a fortune and many asylum seekers do not have work authorization. What will happen next?

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Disney agreed to drop its lawsuits against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in a major win for the new board overseeing the land encompassing Walt Disney World Resorts.

The settlement agreement on Wednesday includes Disney acknowledging eleventh hour deals it made with the outgoing Reedy Creek Improvement District are now null and void.

Walt Disney Co. made these last-ditch efforts in an attempt to solidify property rights and grant the theme park additional powers as DeSantis appointed a new board to oversee the area and hold the corporation accountable to laws and taxes in Orlando.

DeSantis' war with Disney really ramped up after then-CEO Bob Chapek publicly spoke out against the governor's policies regarding education and specifically the teaching of gender identity and sexual orientation to minors, which critics dubbed the 'don't say gay law.'

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Joe Biden has pushed for billions in Ukraine aid. This taxpayer money, however, isn’t going to help Ukraine refugees or victims of war. Instead, it is money to provide bombs, weapons, and other military equipment. Biden is using the Ukraine war to bankroll the military-industrial complex, special interest groups that run D.C.

House Republicans fought to block more money from going to Ukraine. Americans are getting tired of another president using their money to fund foreign wars.

Recently, Republicans in the House went back on their word and provided another $300 million of America’s money to fund Ukraine’s war with Russia. But, it looks like Biden never listened to Republicans at all. Because his Pentagon was spending money to arm Ukraine, even without approval from Congress.

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With Democrats in control of the Senate, you can be sure that very little is getting done. Since Biden entered office, Democrats have tried to push through radical bills that would have altered our country in unthinkable ways.

From federalizing elections to packing the Supreme Court, it seems Senate Democrats are devoted to pushing ideas few Americans would support.

A Republican senator put forward a measure that many Americans would support. It strikes against the Biden administration’s worst scheme. It could keep Americans safe and save taxpayers millions. But every Democrat in the Senate voted against it.

From Daily Wire:
Every single Democrat in the Senate voted against an amendment from Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) that would have prevented federal funds from being used by the Biden administration to fly illegal immigrants into the interior of the United States…

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Webmaster addition: Just like Jeff Epstein!

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If there is one consistent take-away from the last 40 months of election fraud frenzy, it is anyone can find phantoms on voter rolls – nobody is removing enough to make a difference.

Our team runs voter rolls in 26 states. We apply time series analysis across every state roll – comparing the voter roll from 2 years ago with the one from yesterday – and people, little has changed!

There are fewer than 230 days to go before the 2024 extravaganza!

The “most important election in history.”

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However, UNSC Resolution 2728 which passed yesterday on a 14 to 0 vote with the U.S. abstaining, does not 'call upon' Israel or Hamas to do this or that.

It demands them to do something:

The Security Council, ... 
1. Demands an immediate ceasefire for the month of Ramadan respected by all parties leading to a lasting sustainable ceasefire, and also demands the immediate and unconditional release of all hostages, as well as ensuring humanitarian access to address their medical and other humanitarian needs, and further demands that the parties comply with their obligations under international law in relation to all persons they detain;

2. Emphasizes the urgent need to expand the flow of humanitarian assistance to and reinforce the protection of civilians in the entire Gaza Strip and reiterates its demand for the lifting of all barriers to the provision of humanitarian assistance at scale, in line with international humanitarian law as well as resolutions 2712 (2023) and 2720 (2023); ...

Soon after the resolution passed the U.S. falsely claimed that it is not legally binding:

Heidi Matthews @Heidi__Matthews - 22:45 UTC · Mar 25, 2024

The U.S. is unilaterally claiming that Security Council resolution 2728 is non-binding and therefore has no impact on its policy or the legality of Israel’s continued war. This is not so obvious… 

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The terrorist attack near Moscow on March 22 in which 140 people were killed by four gunmen was claimed by a radical Islamist group. But the bigger picture indicates the assault was organized by the United States and its NATO allies.

For a start, the suspects were caught while fleeing to Ukraine, which implicates the Ukrainian regime and its NATO sponsors as the masterminds behind the atrocity.

The Western governments and media have been quick (one might add, too quick) to lay the blame entirely on the Islamic State network based in Afghanistan. The shooters may have professed allegiance to this network. But that is a charade to divert attention from the real culprits – the United States, NATO, and the Ukrainian fascist regime.

In this interview, Bruce Gagnon discusses the long and sordid history of Western states deploying terror groups claiming Islamist tendencies as a proxy for their regime-change operations and other dirty wars. This is despite Western declared aims of “fighting terrorism”.

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