New Satanic Temple After-School Club Is Set To At A Tennessee Elementary School

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  • Another journalist is being arrested by the FBI for peacefully doing his job and covering the J6 protests.
  • In a telling vote that proves just how the Washington Uniparty works to empower the oppression of Americans, 32 Republican Senators joined 33 Democrats to pass Section 702, a provision that allows the government to surveil Americans without a cause or warrant.
  • Parents and local officials are furious that a new after-school Satan club is set to start running sessions at a Tennessee elementary school. 
  • Texas Republicans are working to get a referendum on the ballot asking Texans if they would be in favor of seceding from the Union.
  • And Norway is finding out the hard way the truth about electric buses. 

All these stories and more when the Worldview Report begins, right now!


Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report.

We have breaking news to report tonight regarding another journalist being persecuted for his coverage of the mostly peaceful Capitol protests of January 6, 2021.

You will recall that Infowars reporter Owen Shroyer was arrested, charged and convicted of a misdemeanor that saw him sentenced to 60 days in the DC Gulag. He ended up being released last week, after serving 47 days of his sentence, much of it reportedly in solitary confinement.

Now, another journalist is in the FBI’s sights.

A contributor to The Blaze Media, investigative journalist Steve Baker, announced late Thursday that he’s being charged and prosecuted by the DOJ for his activities on January 6th. According to Baker, those activities were simply his journalistic efforts to cover what was happening.

He says the FBI contacted his lawyer and he has to self-surrender on Tuesday:


When asked if he’d entered the Capitol or did any damage on January 6, Baker tweeted:


“Yes . . . I entered the Capitol, like about 60 other journalists. Did no damage or parading or violence.”

60 Journalists were there that day? Apparently, the FBI is only after the conservative ones.


32 Republican Senators joined 33 Democrats to pass Section 702, a provision that allows the government to surveil Americans without a cause or warrant.

Specifically, Section 702 is part of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act which falls under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

The measure, which passed on Wednesday, extends the provision which was set to expire at the end of December.

Notably, the FBI has been accused of multiple abuses of surveillance powers in recent years—including then-President Donald Trump. The Former President warned Americans that the Department of Justice has been weaponized and that abuses of powers are rampant. “If they can do it to me, they can do it to anyone,” Trump said at several well-attended rallies.


Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) also warned that the provision needs to be repealed. His impassioned pleas, however, were not sufficient to convince his Republican peers to vote down the measure.


The Daily Mail reports that parents and local leaders are furious that a new Satanic Temple after-school club is set to start running sessions at a Tennessee elementary school in January. 


The Satanic Temple is set to host an after-school club at Chimneyrock Elementary School in Cordova, just outside Memphis, in January. 

A flyer about the club says the Satanic Temple is a non-theistic religion that views Satan “as a literary figure who represents a metaphorical construct of rejecting tyranny and championing the human mind and spirit.”

It called on elementary school-aged children to “have fun at the after-school Satan club.”

It says it does not attempt to convert children to any religious ideology, but offers activities that “emphasize a scientific, rationalistic, non-superstitious worldview.”

Memphis-Shelby County Schools, the school district in charge of Chimneyrock, said in a statement that the district would rent out the space to the organization per its policy.

The statement read:

“As a public school district, we´re committed to upholding the principles of the First Amendment, which guarantees equal access to all non-profit organizations seeking to use our facilities after school hours. This means we cannot approve or deny an organization's request based solely on its viewpoints or beliefs.”


Newsweek reports that advocates for Texas' secession from the United States believe they are on the verge of scoring a major PR victory.

The Texas Republican Party's executive committee is set to vote over the weekend on which ballot propositions voters will decide during the Republican primary elections in March 2024. 

One measure would ask Republican voters, “Should the State of Texas reassert its status as an independent nation?”

Ahead of the vote, the Texas Nationalist Movement, an organization that supports Texas' independence from the U.S., warned the GOP they have enough signatures to force a vote on the question of whether they support secession.

Texas nationalists have for years pushed for a referendum on Texas secession. The state seceded from Mexico in 1836 and spent nine years as its own nation before becoming a U.S. state. It also seceded from the Union in 1861 before being readmitted following the end of the Civil War in 1870.

The letter reads:

“In June of this year, our organization launched a petition campaign under the Texas Election Code 172.088. This section of the Election Code allows voters, by petition, to place a question on a party's primary ballot. In short, by collecting 97,709 signatures and submitting them by the filing deadline on December 11, 2023, we could actually bypass the SREC's ballot proposition process and compel the party to place the question on the ballot.”

The letter notes that the question would be “advisory only,” not binding in any way.

Nor would it mean Texas is actually seceding from the U.S. 

But even Newsweek notes: “Still, it would be a key victory for secession advocates, who critics view as a fringe belief that would face significant hurdles in a general election.”


Winter is here and with it the freezing cold. And now public transport is also paralyzed.

The Norwegian city of Oslo recently purchased a brand-new fleet of electric buses but found out the hard way that electric vehicles are not designed for cold temperatures – their batteries are failing miserably in the frigid winters of Norway.

In total, around 140 bus departures were affected.

The transport operator confirms that the electric buses are simply not reliable enough in winter, stating:

“The range of the electric buses decreases drastically in the cold. The batteries run out more quickly.”

Oslo wants to make local public transport completely emission-free. This is why 183 new electric buses were delivered in April 2023. The 100-million-euro contract for this was signed last year. The buses are to run on Oslo’s busiest routes.

The new buses, provided by Solaris, were highly praised in advance and everything went well during the summer. But now, with the onset of winter, the weaknesses of the electric vehicles are becoming apparent. Although a range of 250 kilometers is advertised, the buses often simply break down. 


As hard as it tried, CNN was unable to shut down a truth bomb about January 6 from Vivek Ramaswamy at a recent town hall.

Take a look at how the CNN moderator does her best to throw him off, continuously interrupting him. But, to his credit, he persists.

WATCH VIDEO (clip first 5:00)


Iceland is facing a volcanic eruption that could be catastrophic, and if it happens, the whole of Europe could be cast into darkness.

In a recent week, the volcanic activity in southwest Iceland sparked 1,000 earthquakes, including 800 in one day in late October.

WATCH VIDEO (clip first 3:37)

That volcano appears to be the equivalent of Yellowstone in the U.S. If that erupts, it would reportedly be like multiple atomic bombs hitting the U.S. interior at the same time. 


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky begged Western leaders to send “all their money” to him during a Fox News appearance Tuesday.

Responding to criticism from the mayor of Kiev that he’s turning Ukraine into an “authoritarian state,” Zelensky told host Brett Baier that Western leaders should focus their funding on Ukraine’s war rather than building roads.

“I say such [a] person from government or mayors think about the war, think about how to defend our people. Don’t travel through the world each day, travel to the front line. Us people are soldiers. What they need? Do this,” Zelensky said.

“Not build roads for today, don’t do it, spend all your money to the weapons, to the drones, to the society, to the [Ukraine] pensions, and etc.”


And on the same day he delivered that demand through Fox News, Joe Biden listened. The Biden regime unilaterally appropriated $200 million more to Ukraine’s failed war effort, without so much as a vote from Congress.

And he says he’s defending freedom and democracy, two things in short supply right now in Ukraine. The media is totally taken over by the government. There are no opposition parties allowed; they’ve all been banned. There is virtually no difference between Ukraine and Russia in terms of freedom and democracy. Zelensky is a liar and a grifter, and we’ve given him too much already. 


The Turkish lawmaker who suffered a heart attack while delivering an impassioned speech against Israel in his country’s parliament, has died.

Hasan Bitmez, 54, died two days after collapsing while giving a speech to parliament saying Israel would “suffer the wrath of Allah” for invading Gaza

Bitmez, a member of parliament from the opposition Felicity Party, died in Ankara City Hospital, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca told reporters in televised remarks.

We played the video a few days ago that showed Bitmez falling to the floor after giving a speech in the General Assembly Hall in Ankara, prompting other politicians to run over to his aid.

Rounding off a strongly worded speech, Bitmez had concluded: “We can perhaps hide from our conscience but not from history,” stating that “Israel will suffer the wrath of Allah,” as reported by The Yeshiva World.

At that moment, he stumbled and dropped to his knees before lying flat on his back.


Just the News reports that after Attorney General Merrick Garland issued an October 2021 directive calling for federal resources to investigate threats against school boards, a newly released memo shows the Justice Department pressured all U.S. Attorneys Offices to convene meetings with local law enforcement and FBI representatives to address the alleged threat.

Notably, the memo gave prosecutor’s offices a hard deadline and required a report back to Washington after the meeting took place, including a requirement to identify the specific local law enforcement agencies that participated.

The October 20, 2021 memo, provided to Just the News by the watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust, was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.

It provided directives to all U.S. Attorney’s Offices across the country to implement Garland's directives to coordinate with local law enforcement to address a “disturbing spike” in violence against school administrations, board members, or staff.

Michael Chamberlain, director of Protecting the Public’s Trust, said Wednesday on John Solomon’s podcast:

“They sent the memo to all the U.S. Attorney’s offices across the country and ordered them to—it does say on the memo that it’s guidance on implementing the Attorney General’s memorandum—but there are required actions that…they are required to convene a meeting within the next few weeks.”

In March, Garland told the House committee that the FBI was sent 22 reports of threats against school board members following his October 4 memo of which six were referred to state and local law enforcement entities and authorities.


Infowars reports that as life expectancy plummets in Canada, a new government report claims “unspecified causes” have become the fifth leading cause of death in the country after cancer, heart disease, COVID-19 and accidents.

According to the Statistics Canada report, unspecified causes in 2022 passed strokes, aneurysms, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, asthma, diabetes, influenza and pneumonia, chronic liver disease and cirrhosis, Alzheimer’s and suicide as causes of death.

Statistics Canada, also known as StatCan, released the report on November 27 in The Daily, the agency’s online news bulletin. 

The report generated a slew of nearly identical headlines — provided by Canada’s national news service — in Canada’s leading newspapers along the lines of this one in the Toronto Sun: “Life expectancy for Canadians fell for third straight year in 2022, StatCan says,” followed by the subhead: “More people died of COVID-19 in 2022 than in any other year since the pandemic began, report says.”

Andre Picard, health columnist at The Globe and Mail in Toronto, Canada’s newspaper of record, called the life expectancy drop — to 81.3 years in 2022 from 82.3 years in 2019 — “a big deal.”

Picard added that, “It’s only the second time this sharp a drop has happened in Canada in the past century. In fact, life expectancy has been climbing steadily for decades: 71 in 1960, 75 in 1980, 79 in 2000 and 82.3 in 2019.”

COVID-19 deaths in Canada decreased to 14,466 in 2021 from 16,313 in 2020, the report shows. Canada is on track for about 7,000 COVID-19 deaths in 2023, Picard noted. 

COVID-19 deaths can’t account for Canada’s 7.3 % increase in total deaths in 2022 compared with 2021 — or for the country’s 17% increase in total deaths over the historic norm of 2019, or the historic drop in life expectancy in Canada and worldwide, Picard said.  

If you look at the Deagle population forecast, Canada will see its population decline by 26 percent by the end of 2025.

This trend is even more pronounced in the United States, which is forecast to lose 68.5 percent of its population. The U.K. is forecast by Deagle to lose 77 percent of its population.

There’s more to this story folks. Yes, the vaccines are killing people, which is what they were intended to do. Beyond that, we are witnessing both the Russia-China-North Korea-Iran coalition and the US-UK-EU coalition preparing for World War III. All I can say is, prepare accordingly.


Time now for our Worldview Report commentary.

Is the political right about to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory regarding Bud Light? 

That’s a question asked by a recent article in Red State.

Apparently, several prominent right-wing figures have publicly come out in favor of the embattled beer brand. 

For those unacquainted with the controversy, Bud Light stepped right into a big mess by joining forces with transgender activist (and all-around mentally deranged person) Dylan Mulvaney. That resulted in a commemorative can being sent to Mulvaney, who then used it to do product placement in a couple of videos posted on social media.

The backlash was swift and harsh. And, for the first time in history, conservatives were able to put some teeth behind the phrase “go woke, go broke.” 

Anheuser-Busch, Bud Light's parent company, lost billions in market value, and to this day, sharp reductions in sales remain. 

But, some on the right are looking to not only save Bud Light but actively rehabilitate its image. Those include Dana White, Tim Pool, and Kid Rock. They say Budweiser is not as bad as some of the other beer companies and shouldn’t be punished for its sins. But this misses the point.

This is why we lose, folks. We refuse to go for the jugular. We refuse to close the deal, to finish the job. When we have our opponent down, we always let him back up for air. Budweiser is down for the count and now we have some very big voices on the right saying it’s time to back off of them and end the boycott. 

What kind of message does this send to the other woke corporations? If you just wait long enough, the conservative Americans will back off. You can back any cultural Marxist program or policy you want, and you’ll never have to worry about boycotts, so go for it. The right is not a serious movement. They will always forgive you and go back to buying your product.

I say hold the line. Make an example out of Anheuser-Busch. Because this is bigger than any one company. This is about sending a message to those who think they hold the power to influence minds in this country.

That does it for this edition of the Worldview Report. Thanks for watching and for supporting this viewer-supported broadcast.

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