Mainstream Media Will Not Report These Top 10 Headlines for the Week…

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Here are the top 10 headlines from the week that you will never hear from mainstream media sources…

10. CIA paid off analysts to say COVID didn’t originate in the Wuhan lab.


A whistleblower has informed Congress that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) allegedly attempted to pay off analysts to downplay their findings which suggested COVID-19 likely leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China. According to a senior CIA officer’s testimony, the agency tried to persuade six analysts to change their stance on the origins of SARS-CoV-2 in exchange for money. These analysts were part of a team, of which six out of seven members believed that the evidence leaned towards a lab origin for the virus, while the seventh (and the most senior) member believed in a zoonotic, or animal-to-human, origin. The FBI and the Energy Department had earlier concluded that a lab leak was a probable origin. A declassified report from the US intelligence community discussed “biosafety concerns” and some evidence of “genetic engineering” at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but stated that most agencies believe SARS-CoV-2 wasn’t genetically engineered. The report also highlighted that some scientists at the lab had shown symptoms consistent with COVID-19 in 2019. Some ex-US intelligence officials, like former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, believe the lab leak theory is the most credible.

Read more @ The New York Post

9. California Senate Approves $300 Weekly Checks for Unemployed Illegals.

The California Senate approved Senate Bill 227, which proposes to pay $300 weekly checks to unemployed illegal immigrants for up to 20 weeks, provided they meet minimal work requirements. This decision comes despite the state’s significant deficit of approximately $31.5 billion and concerns about mass illegal immigration. The bill, presented by Sen. María Elena Durazo, was passed with a 30-7 vote. The unemployment benefits would be distributed by California’s unemployment insurance fund, which faced a fraud of $31 billion during the pandemic and currently has a $20 billion debt. Claimants under this bill wouldn’t need to provide social security numbers or job verification. Instead, they would self-declare their eligibility, backed by documents like tax returns or payment receipts. The approval comes after concerns raised by Gov. Gavin Newsom and San Diego mayor Todd Gloria about the state and cities being overwhelmed by the influx of migrants. Despite the state’s deficit, California provides free health coverage and driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. The bill has the backing of several Democratic-associated lobby groups, and while it’s expected to pass the Assembly, it’s unclear if Newsom will sign it.

8. Maui residents say the government is working on deeming Lahaina a ‘natural disaster’ area in order to take their land.

7. Senator Warren threatens to investigate Elon Musk for following government orders, not providing Starlink to Crimea, and avoiding escalation of war.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren expressed concerns over Elon Musk’s personal influence on the usage of Starlink satellite internet in Ukraine, specifically when he prevented the Ukrainian military from using it during an operation against Russian forces. Warren has called for an investigation into the contracts that allow Musk such authority and urged the Department of Defense to review its contracts with Musk’s companies, especially those involving SpaceX’s Starlink satellites. A recent biography on Musk revealed that the Ukrainian military couldn’t utilize Starlink for a drone mission targeting the Russian Navy in Crimea, causing the drones to malfunction. Musk defended his decision, citing concerns over escalating the war, and has received both criticism and praise for the move. Although Musk has advocated for peace in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, his proposals have been seen as leaning towards the Russian perspective. The Biden administration has remained largely silent on Musk’s actions, but there are indications that more oversight on such contracts might be considered in the future.

Read more @ The Hill

6. Election software used in 36 states has contracts with a hidden clause that allows election staff to ‘override’ the results of an election.

Concerns have been raised over BPro/KNOWiNK election systems, which are described as uncertified, Internet-connected, cloud-based, and foreign-influenced. A clause in a contract with KNOWiNK in Oregon has been highlighted which allows county election staff to override election results if deemed necessary.

Read more about it at The Gateway Pundit

5. Federal judge declares Biden’s program for “undocumented immigrants” ILLEGAL.


U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen in Texas has declared the revised Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which provides protection from deportation to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, as illegal. The ruling asserts that the policy, initially established during the Obama administration, should have been implemented by Congress. While the decision prevents the acceptance of new DACA applications, current recipients remain protected during the appeals process. Texas and eight other states have opposed DACA, arguing that both the Obama and Biden administrations overstepped their authority by creating and renewing the program without congressional approval. These states also claim that they incur substantial costs due to the presence of immigrants without legal status. Previously, in 2021, Judge Hanen declared the program illegal, and his decision was upheld in 2022 by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. The revised DACA, initiated by President Biden in 2022, was declared unconstitutional by Judge Hanen, reiterating that the policy should be enacted by Congress. An appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is anticipated.

Read more at The Epoch Times

4. Hunter Biden lNDICTED on guŋ charges after sweetheart deal falls through.


Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son, has been indicted by a Delaware grand jury on three gun-related charges. The charges involve the alleged illegal possession of a firearm as a drug user and misrepresentation on a gun purchase form. The indictment details Hunter Biden’s purchase and possession of a Colt Cobra revolver in October 2018, during a time when he was allegedly using illegal drugs. If found guilty, he could face up to 25 years in prison and substantial fines, though actual sentences can be lower. Hunter Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, asserts the charges are politically motivated and come from pro-Trump Republicans, stating that Hunter Biden’s possession of an unloaded gun for 11 days posed no public threat. Furthermore, Hunter Biden’s legal team may challenge the law prohibiting drug users from owning guns on Second Amendment grounds, leveraging previous Supreme Court rulings that expanded gun rights. The NRA commented that laws should be applied uniformly to all offenders.

Read more at Politico

3. Electronic voting machines expert says Georgia counties destroyed 1.7 million ballot images and drop box surveillance videos in violation of the law.

2. Albuquerque Federal Judge BLOCKED New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s suspension of the 2nd Amendment in the state.


A federal judge, David Urias, has temporarily halted a gun ban in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that was implemented by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. The governor had suspended both concealed and open firearm carry rights in the city for 30 days as an emergency public health measure to address the state’s high rates of gun violence, especially after multiple children were recently killed. However, Judge Urias indicated that this suspension goes against a U.S. Supreme Court decision that affirms individuals’ rights to carry guns outside their homes for self-defense. The governor’s decision was both praised for its courage and criticized as unconstitutional. Albuquerque’s mayor, Tim Keller, has called for legislative action to address gun crime, urging for measures beyond political debates. New Mexico has a high rate of gun-related deaths, with Albuquerque being among the top 10 most dangerous U.S. cities based on violent crime data.

1. Pennsylvania judge grants ‘presidential immunity’ for President Trump to address the integrity of our election without liability, further proving Fani Willis’ case has no merit.


A Pennsylvania state judge, Michael Erdos, ruled that a former election worker cannot sue ex-President Donald J. Trump for comments he made regarding the 2020 election results due to presidential immunity. The comments, which alleged election fraud in Pennsylvania, were made on social media and during a Pennsylvania state Senate committee hearing in November 2020. While the judge acknowledged that other legal proceedings might examine Trump’s statements, he emphasized that in this specific case, Trump is protected by presidential immunity. The lawsuit had been filed by a Pennsylvania voting machine supervisor from the 2020 election, claiming defamation by Trump and Rudy Giuliani. Trump’s legal team expressed satisfaction with the decision.

One Reply to “Mainstream Media Will Not Report These Top 10 Headlines for the Week…”

  1. A rat with a mask and a demon with a plan. The Serial Killer Fauci and the NM Gov make for no news just treason

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