News from Around the Web for Dec 6, 2023

News From Around the Web



#10 Parents allege JeffCo Public Schools transgender policy violated constitutional rights - Marco Cummings for Denver Gazette
JeffCo Public Schools is facing the threat of legal scrutiny following an incident involving a female student who was assigned to share a bed with a biologically male student who identifies as transgender without notifying the girl or her parents, according to a release from attorneys representing the family. Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Monday to Jefferson County Public Schools on behalf of the Colorado parents to inform the district that its policy of allegedly hiding information from parents and lying to students is unconstitutional. ADF attorneys are representing Joe and Serena Wailes and their 11-year-old daughter.
 
#9 Johnson says GOP staff is blurring participants' faces in Jan. 6 tapes to protect them from DOJ - Katherine Tully-McManus for Politico
Speaker Mike Johnson said Tuesday that his plans to release all security footage from the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol have been delayed because Republicans are blurring faces to protect participants.

We have to blur some of the faces of persons who participated in the events of that day because we don't want them to be retaliated against and be charged by the DOJ,” Johnson told reporters Tuesday, adding that he still wants to release those tapes “as quickly as we can.

#8 Mike Johnson: House Will Vote Next Week on Formalizing Joe Biden Impeachment Inquiry -Wendell Husbo for Breitbart
The House has no choice if it’s going to follow its constitutional responsibility to formally adopt an impeachment inquiry on the floor so that when the subpoenas are challenged in court, we will be at the apex of our constitutional authority,” House Speak Mike Johnson said.

-And so it begins...

#7 A booming economy, lower prices, and other lies - Daniel Horowitz for Blaze Media
"In the real world, no amount of cooked government data can erase the reality of what consumers confront every day. A new analysis from Republican members of the U.S. Senate Joint Economic Committee found that consumers must spend $11,434 per year more than they did in January 2021 to maintain the same standard of living."

-$11k+ per year? People are getting 2nd and 3rd jobs just to put food on the table!

 
#6 The UN Weighs in on How You Will Eat - Steve Middendorp for The Highwire
"The US and other countries will be asked to reduce meat consumption at the COP28 UN Climate Change Summit Agriculture Day on December 10. What is currently known is that countries that “overconsume” meat will be told to reduce that consumption. While the specific details of the agricultural plan have yet to be released, the vagueness of the discussion is an opportunistic way for massive corporations to take even more control of the food supply."

-Okay, people, you know what to do...BUY MORE LOCAL MEAT!!! LOL
 
#5 Of course, movies have messages, and Disney's problem is sending the wrong messages. - Don Surber and Citizen Free Press
"Hollywood has lost its way. Conservatives saw it and began abandoning Hollywood 60 years ago. Now liberals are bailing. DeSantis didn’t do this; it was Disneycide. The problem is not having a message but having the wrong message. People rallied behind Casablanca’s call to fight evil. People now rally against the evil by staying out of the movie theaters."

-100000% CORRECT!
 
#4 Texas is Suing Pfizer, and it's a Doozy - Tracy Beanz for The Highwire
The lawsuit makes many arguments, among them that more Americans died in 2021 with the vaccine available than in 2020—and most Americans were taking Pfizer’s. By the end of 2021, in some places, a greater percentage of the vaccinated were dying from COVID-19 than the unvaccinated. As per the filing, the Pfizer shot was plainly not “95% effective.”
 
#3 Congress provided $7.5B for electric vehicle chargers. Built so far: Zero - James Bikales for Politico and Citizen Free Press

Congress, at the urging of the Biden administration, agreed in 2021 to spend $7.5 billion to build tens of thousands of electric vehicle chargers across the country, aiming to appease anxious drivers while tackling climate change. Two years later, the program has yet to install a single charger. Time to change the administration in 2024. This is their main issue, and they aren't doing a thing about it, no matter how much money they steal from the American Taxpayers.
 

#2 FBI Says Interviews of Priest, Choir Director Were Part of Investigation of ‘an Individual,’ not Catholics - Brooke Singman for Fox News

The House Weaponization Committee found 'no legitimate basis' for the FBI memo inserting federal law enforcement into Catholic churches. During a hearing in the Senate Tuesday, FBI Director Wray was pressed on the matter by Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo. Wray maintained that the interview of the priest and choir director was part of "an investigation of a specific individual who was amassing Molotov cocktails and posting about killing people. And it does not surprise me that there were people who knew that subject in that investigation."

The Whistleblower who came forward did so in an article written for UncoverDC

 

#1 Marjorie Taylor Greene Alleged a Male Republican Got Physically Aggressive with Her - Melanie Zanona for CNN 

In a private meeting with House Speaker Mike Johnson last week, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene accused fellow Georgia Republican Rep. Richard McCormick of getting physically aggressive with her, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter—a charge that McCormick has denied, saying it was a “friendly gesture.” Greene claimed to Johnson that McCormick grabbed her by the shoulders and shook her following a public spat they had over competing resolutions to censure Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.
 

And Now for Something Special smiley

Awe-Inspiring Geminid Meteor Shower to Swamp Earth Before Christmas—What You Need to Know - Michael Wing for Epoch Times
"The countdown to Christmas has arrived—and with it, a meteor shower rivaling the best Earth has to offer. Soon the Geminids will swell to their peak on Dec. 13 and swamp us with shooting stars. There’s no need to stay up late for these ones; they start dancing at 9 p.m., your local time, reaching their zenith at 2 a.m."
 
-God's fireworks 😊








 

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