- A former Trump aide goes on Fox News and says the deep state is already making plans to steal the 2024 presidential election.
- Today’s Jeeps are not the rugged quasi-military grade vehicles you remember from years gone by. We’ll show you why.
- New York City goes all in on Agenda 2030 and the Great Reset, right down to tracking its residents’ eating habits.
- 30 tons of a chemical used to make explosives is missing after it disappeared during a rail trip from Wyoming to California last month.
- And 646 rural hospitals are at risk of closing down because of financial difficulties.
All these stories and more when the Worldview Report begins, right now!
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The former deputy national security adviser under President Donald Trump, K. T. McFarland, joined Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street show on Friday to discuss the Durham Report.
McFarland said the quiet part out lout, that the FBI, Justice Department, and CIA are already planning to rig the upcoming 2024 U.S. presidential election.
According to McFarland, these intelligence agencies, having interfered in the 2016 and 2020 elections, aim to do it again in 2024 to make sure Trump doesn’t get back in his old job.
This is probably the least surprising piece of news you will hear on this broadcast. We’ve been saying for months that the deep state rigged the last couple of elections and won’t hesitate to do it again. The only surprising part is that this news was broadcast on Fox News.
And, I might add, it’s not just Trump they’re worried about. They will also not hesitate to sabotage Robert F. Kennedy’s campaign, if it looks like he’s getting anywhere close to winning the Democrat nomination.
Back in 2016, ahead of the presidential elections, the FBI suddenly dropped FOUR investigations into Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation, according to the Durham report.
At the same time, they opened investigations on Trump.
Durham blasted Hillary Clinton for her “plan to stir up a scandal against U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump by tying him to Putin and the Russians’ hacking of the Democratic National Committee.”
McFarland described an all-too-familiar scenario in which it was the CIA leading the charge against a candidate they didn’t like.
A gut punch indeed.
As we’ve reported previously, the automobile industry went woke years ago.
Natural News has an excellent article out on how Jeeps are not what they used to be, quality wise, and one of the reasons is the multinational company that owns Jeep is more focused on its ESG score and being woke than it is on manufacturing quality vehicles.
The owner of Jeep is Stellantis, a 50-50 partnership of mostly U.S. and Italian interests. The company has issued a recall on nearly 220,000 Jeep Cherokee SUV models that are reportedly catching fire spontaneously, even when their engines are off.
Natural News reports that owners of certain Jeep Cherokee models manufactured between 2014 and 2016 “will want to park them outdoors far away from the home and other vehicles, the company warned this week, because their power liftgates could spontaneously combust.”
The issue stems from a breach in the liftgate control computer system that allows water to enter, frying the board and causing an electrical short that could result in the entire back end bursting into flames.
As of May 22, at the time of Natural News’ article, Jeep has not yet developed a fix for the problem. The company has apparently been too busy going “woke” to focus on things like quality control and protecting its customers from burning to death in a potential fiery inferno.
Jeep does not yet have a fix for its faulty liftgate computers – but as Natural News notes you can still get a “rainbow pride” Jeep mug or “love is love” tote bag.
A similar problem was identified back in 2015 on some Jeep models, though Stellantis was able to come up with a fix for that one.
Natural News concludes: “If the company can refocus its efforts away from releasing ‘rainbow pride’ merchandise and spend more time on product safety, then perhaps it can do the same for this latest mechanical issue.”
Beginning on June 30, customers who own affected Jeep models bearing faulty liftgate computers will receive an official notification letter in the mail about the recall.
New York City will begin tracking the carbon footprint of household food consumption and putting caps on how much red meat can be served in public institutions as part of a sweeping initiative to achieve a 33% reduction in carbon emissions from food by 2030.
In other words, the city is going all in on trying to achieve the United Nations Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.
The Defender reports that Mayor Eric Adams and representatives from the Mayor’s Office of Food Policy and Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice announced the new programs last month at a Brooklyn culinary center run by NYC Health + Hospitals, the city’s public healthcare system, just before Earth Day.
At the event, the Mayor’s Office of Climate & Environmental Justice shared a new chart to be included in the city’s annual greenhouse gas inventory that publicly tracks the carbon footprint created by household food consumption, the Gothamist reported.
The city already produces emissions data from energy use, transportation and waste as part of the annual inventory. But the addition of household food consumption data is part of a partnership that London and New York launched with American Express, C40 Cities and EcoData lab, Commissioner Rohit Aggarwala from the NYC Department of Environmental Protection announced at the event.
He said the inventory also will measure greenhouse gas pollution from the production and consumption of other consumer goods like apparel, whether or not those items are made in New York City. It also tracks emissions tied to services like air travel and healthcare.
But Adams’ presentation at the event focused on food consumption, particularly meat and dairy, which he condemned as harmful to the environment, stating:
“Food is the third-biggest source of cities’ emissions right after buildings and transportation. But all food is not created equal. The vast majority of food that is contributing to our emission crises lies in meat and dairy products.”
“It is easy to talk about the emissions that’s coming from buildings and how it impacts our environment, but we now have to talk about beef. And I don’t know if people are ready for this conversation.”
Adams — a vegan who, according to a whistleblower, also eats fish, credits his “plant-based diet” for his recovery from diabetes. He is even the author of a vegan cookbook, which makes a case for a plant-based diet as more healthy than a carnivore diet, which as we reported last night is based on shoddy research that’s dishonest in every way.
House Oversight Chairman James Comer turned up the heat on the corrupt FBI this week after the rogue agency refused to comply with a subpoena.
The Epoch Times reports that Comer (R-Ky.) doubled down on the push to acquire an FBI document that linked Joe Biden to a pay-to-play bribery scheme while he was still vice president under President Barack Obama.
Comer said in a May 19 statement:
“The FBI’s delay in producing a single, unclassified record is unacceptable. The information provided by a whistleblower raises concerns that then-Vice President Biden allegedly engaged in a bribery scheme with a foreign national. The FBI must provide this record to Congress without further delay.”
Comer reiterated the demand in a May 19 letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray. Some House Republicans have already signaled they would hold Wray in contempt of Congress after the FBI missed Comer’s subpoena deadline—May 10—to produce the internal notes regarding an alleged “criminal scheme” involving Biden.
Comer, along with Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), revealed in a May 3 letter that they received “legally protected and highly credible unclassified whistleblower disclosures.” The whistleblower’s tip indicated that the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI possessed an unclassified document that “describes an alleged criminal scheme involving then-vice president Joe Biden and a foreign national relating to the exchange of money for policy decisions,” according to the letter to Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland.
Rep. Eric Burlison (R-Mo.), a member of the House Oversight Committee, previously told The Epoch Times:
“This specific document goes into great detail, the pay-for-play agreement between Joe Biden as vice president, and the policy outcomes that this foreign national wanted.”
A violent mob of 400 Chicago teenagers shut down the Armed Forces Carnival in the Tinley Park suburb Saturday, Fox News reports. After the teens fought with each other, organizers were forced to cancel the event. Town officials said the teens responded to a call on social media to “cause chaos and disrupt the event.”
Check it out.
Incredible scenes from Chicago. Expect to see more of this now that our borders are completely open and they’re bussing illegals into the interior of our cities, which are already cesspools of crime, drugs and instability.
The Daily Wire reports that Anheuser-Busch is offering to buy back unsold cases of Bud Light from retailers as sales continue to plummet in the aftermath of the disastrous partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
The offer, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, comes as boycotts continue to dog the brand in the wake of the controversial PR stunt. Mulvaney raved in a TikTok video about a gift from Bud Light — a can featuring the trans-influencer’s face — and the partnership, which reportedly consisted of just the one can, sparked a boycott that caused sales of the beverage to plummet nearly overnight.
By mid-May, Bud Light sales were down 28% in comparison with 2022 sales numbers for the same time period, and several high-profile celebrities had thrown their weight behind a total boycott of the brand.
Musician Kid Rock shared a video of himself firing a gun at several cases of Bud Light, saying, “Grandpa’s feeling a little frisky today,” before unleashing a few four-letter words in the beer-maker’s direction.
Nashville bar owner and country music star John Rich revealed that customers had simply stopped buying Bud Light when they came into his establishment.
Rich told the Journal:
“I think the customers decide. Customers are king. Our number one selling beer up until a few days ago was, guess what? Bud Light. That was the number one beer. We’ve got cases and cases and cases of it sitting back there.”
About 60,000 pounds, or 30 tons, of a chemical used as both a fertilizer and an explosive is missing after it disappeared during a rail trip from Wyoming to California last month, reports NBC News citing federal records.
A rail car carrying ammonium nitrate left a plant operated by explosives manufacturer Dyno Nobel in Cheyenne, Wyoming, on April 12, according to an incident report filed by a representative of the company with the National Response Center on May 10.
The report states that the chemical was released “due to an unknown cause,” and that it was discovered missing after the rail car arrived in Saltdale, California, an unincorporated community more than 1,000 miles from Cheyenne.
At the time of the report, the car was empty and on its way back to Wyoming, according to the company.
Ammonium nitrate has been a key ingredient used in both terror attacks and fatal accidents.
At least 581 people were killed in 1947 when more than 2,000 tons of the chemical exploded on a cargo ship that had docked at a port in Texas City, Texas. The same year, in Brest, France, a Norwegian ship that contained about 3,000 tons of ammonium nitrate exploded, leading to 29 deaths.
It was also used in a 1970 bombing on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus that led to one death and several injuries, and in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, which killed 168 people.
In 2013, ammonium nitrate was the cause of an explosion at a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, killing 15 people, injuring 200 and wiping out hundreds of homes. Federal officials later found the blast was a “criminal act.”
The European Union on Monday fined the parent company of Facebook a record $1.3 billion for transferring European users’ data to the U.S.
The penalty marks the largest since the EU implemented harsher data privacy laws in 2018 — and the end of a decade-long case that was filed by Austrian lawyer and privacy activist Max Schrems, according to AP News.
In 2013, Schrems filed a complaint about Facebook’s handling of his data after then-National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden leaked classified documents revealing the mass surveillance of American citizens by their own intelligence apparatus.
The leaked documents included the revelation that Facebook gave U.S. agencies access to Europeans’ personal data, the New York Post reports.
The EU and U.S. followed the Privacy Shield framework, which allowed companies on both sides of the Atlantic to transfer personal data while following protection requirements. The Privacy Shield was implemented in 2016, but was later struck down by the Court of Justice of the European Union in 2020, citing concerns that it could not ensure data security for Europeans once their information was sent to the U.S.
There are 646 rural hospitals at risk of closing down because of financial difficulties, and these hospitals make up around 30 percent of all rural hospitals in the U.S., according to the Center for Healthcare Quality & Payment Reform.
The hospitals face losses on patient services as health plans aren't paying enough to cover the cost of delivering care. The losses will likely increase as inflation and workforce shortages persist, according to the report, which was released in April. While rural hospitals are receiving some support through grants, local tax revenues or other profits, they still have low financial reserves and remain at risk, according to the report, which was the subject of an article that appeared this week at Zero Hedge.
More than half the states in the U.S. report 25 percent or more of their rural hospitals are at risk of collapsing, and more than 200 hospitals nationwide are at immediate risk of closing.
Time now for our Worldview Report commentary.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer put her signature Monday on a new red flag law, which is really a gun confiscation law.
Michigan joined Minnesota as the second state in under a week to implement a red flag law after Democrats in both states won control of both chambers and the governor’s office in November. New Mexico previously was the last state to pass a red flag law in 2020.
According to the Associated Press, Whitmer signed the legislation just outside of Detroit, flanked by state lawmakers and individuals affected by so-called gun violence. If you listened to Whitmer pontificating about the need for such legislation, you would surely think it was the guns that jumped up out of their owners’ holsters and murdered these folks’ family members.
As is usually the case when these bills are signed, former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was in attendance. She began campaigning for gun control after she was shot in the head in 2011, a tragic event to be sure. But we will never win the debate on the Second Amendment if we allow the Democrats to emotionalize the issue.
“We have heard too many times from those who knew a mass shooter who had expressed concern in advance about that mass shooter’s intentions,” Whitmer said Monday. “With extreme risk protection orders, we have a mechanism to step in and save lives.”
It’s unclear whether red flag laws will save any lives. But it is clear that these laws can and will be abused by anyone seeking retribution against a former spouse, a personal relationship gone bad, or just by a mean-spirited person who doesn’t like firearms.
Why do I say this?
Because the red flag laws don’t require evidence to be presented or accusers to be cross examined in court before the police can storm into your house and take away your guns. All they need in order to act in this way is for someone who knows you to make an accusation that you pose a threat to yourself or someone else.
Michigan’s new law, also known as extreme risk protection orders, is expected to go into effect next spring. It will allow family members, police, mental health professionals, roommates and former dating partners to petition a judge to remove firearms from those they believe pose an imminent threat to themselves or others.
The judge would have 24 hours to decide on a protection order after a request is filed. If granted, the judge would then have 14 days to set a hearing during which the flagged person would have to prove they do not pose a significant risk. A standard order would last one year.
This puts the burden of proof on the accused. They are guilty until proven innocent, which goes completely against the rule of law and our Constitution.
That does it for this edition of the Worldview Report. Thanks for tuning in, and for supporting this viewer-supported broadcast.
Until next time, I’m Brannon Howse. Take care.
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