We start off tonight with some alarming updates on the teetering U.S. supply chain. Omicron outbreaks have exacerbated shipping congestion across the globe, with major Chinese and U.S. ports affected. Experts forecast that supply chain bottlenecks will continue into at least the second half of this year, reports the Epoch Times.
There’s good reason to believe the generation now on earth will live to see the breakout of World War III. Things can always change but right now it appears that war between the superpowers will happen within a matter of months, likely before the November midterm elections. Why? The video below explains why.
The U.S. State Department has quietly sent special operations teams into Ukraine to help with a potential diplomatic evacuation, sources told Just the News. The teams arrived last week, shortly before U.S. Embassy families were ordered to begin evacuating Ukraine, said the sources, who were cited by Just the News as having direct knowledge of the events.
We begin our broadcast tonight with the rhetoric of war heating up between Russia and the U.S. with Ukraine being the fuse that threatens to ignite hostilities. American bullets arrived in Ukraine on Friday as Russia moved fighter jets into Belarus, to the north of Ukraine.
Starting us off tonight, the Internal Revenue Service has hired a private contractor to scoop up personal biometric data on millions of Americans. The IRS has partnered with a Virginia-based private tech firm that specializes in ID-verification, using biometrics to do so, including facial recognition selfies, fingerprints, and many other things. This data is then used to create or access online accounts with the state agencies and, more recently, the IRS.
Breaking tonight. The narrative is imploding. The first signs of the Covid narrative breaking down are all around us, at the World Health Organization, the CDC, the EU and in the UK. Let's take stock and bring you up to date.
In our lead story tonight: Is chaos looming for the airline industry and the Americans who depend on air travel? As telecommunication giants Verizon and AT&T prepared to roll out their new 5G wireless service on January 19, major U.S. airlines warned that the launch could result in "catastrophic" disruption to the aviation industry.
We start tonight with alarming new statistics on mortality throughout the United States. People in the prime of their life, ages 18 to 49, are dying at rates never before seen in the era of modern medicine.
A Wisconsin county judge on Thursday ruled absentee ballot drop boxes used in the 2020 presidential election are unlawful in Wisconsin. Waukesha County Judge Michael Bohren ordered the Wisconsin Elections Commission to rescind its guidelines on how election officials utilize widespread drop boxes, according to Truth Press. The ruling will likely be appealed.
The United States Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, voted to block the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for private businesses employing 100 or more workers, but the Court allowed a vaccine mandate for most healthcare workers to stand.
The decision also does not address the mandate for federal contractors.