News from Around the Web for June 7, 2024

News From Around the Web

#10 ‘They’re Not Going to Shut up MAGA!’ Federal Judge Orders Former Trump Adviser Steve Bannon to Prison - Joseph Mackinnon for The Blaze, and Josette Caruso for X

A federal judge has ordered former Trump adviser and "War Room" host Stephen K. Bannon to report to jail by July 1. Bannon told reporters outside the courthouse Thursday that "all of this is about one thing. This is about shutting down the MAGA movement, shutting down grassroots conservatives, shutting down President Trump." "Merrick Garland, Lisa Monaco, the entire Justice Department — they're not going to shut up Trump. They're not going to shut up Navarro. They're not going to shut up Bannon. And they're certainly not going to shut up MAGA!" added Bannon...


#9 Spy Agency Issues Urgent Warning to Billions of Smartphone Users to Avoid Being Spied On - Anthony Cuthbertson for Independent and Prophetic Money on X

The US National Security Agency has issued advice to smartphone owners on how to prevent their devices from being hacked and their personal details and money from being stolen. The government agency’s Mobile Device Best Practices report is aimed at the billions of people around the world who use either an Android or an iOS smartphone, who are all exposed to a variety of cyber risks like spear-phishing attacks and zero-click exploits. Smartphone users can protect themselves against many of these hacks by simply turning their phones off and on again, according to the NSA’s guidance...


#8 Florida Supreme Court Backs Ron Desantis on Removal of Soros-Backed Prosecutor - Anders Hagstrom for Fox News, and DeSantis War Room. and DeSantis Appreciation Society for X

The Florida Supreme Court ruled in favor of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' decision to remove a Soros-backed prosecutor on Thursday. DeSantis had suspended State Attorney Monique Worrel in August 2023, accusing her of "dereliction of duty" when it comes to crime. Worrel sued for reinstatement, arguing her removal was an "arbitrary, unsubstantiated exercise of the suspension power." Thursday's 6-1 ruling shut down her plans. "We cannot agree with Worrel that the allegations in the Executive Order are impermissibly vague, nor that they address conduct that falls within the lawful exercise of prosecutorial discretion," the opinion read.


#7 Texas “Redoubling” Efforts at the Southern Border in Response to Biden’s Immigration Order - S.E. Jenkins and Ken Molestina for CBS News

Reactions to President Biden's executive action aimed at limiting asylum claims to deter illegal crossings at the southern border have been mixed on both sides of the aisle.  "We will be redoubling our efforts to add even more miles of razor wire border barrier, more miles of the border wall that we are building, more National Guard," Abbott told CBS News Texas. A National Guard military base was added last week at the border in Eagle Pass. "We will have more soldiers present constantly on the border to make sure that there is no illegal entry into our state," said Abbott. Over the past two years, illegal crossings have decreased in Texas by 72%, Abbott said, and is a direct result of the deterrence the Texas National Guard established...  

#6 Trump Florida Judge Allows Legal Scholars to Debate Legality of Special Counsel - Kaelan Deese for Washington Examiner and Jordan Sekulow on X

The federal judge presiding over former President Donald Trump‘s Florida classified documents case will allow legal scholars to participate in oral arguments for and against the constitutionality of Jack Smith‘s appointment as special counsel. U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon said in an order Tuesday that she would allow 30 minutes for each legal scholar to present their arguments at a June 21 hearing about why Smith may or may not have been legally appointed by the Justice Department. The hearing is part of Trump’s broader effort to dismiss the 40-count indictment accusing him of willful retention of classified records and efforts to obstruct the federal government’s retrieval...


#5 Wall Street Admits The Biggest Economic Shocker: All Jobs In The Past Year Have Gone To Illegal Aliens - Tyler Durden Zero Hedge and on X

For much of the past year, we had been pounding the table on two very simple facts:  not only has the US labor market been appallingly weak, with most of the jobs "gained" in 2023 and meant to signal how strong the Biden "recovery" has been, about to be revised away (as first the Philly Fed and now Bloomberg both admit), but more shockingly, all the job growth in the past few years has gone to illegal aliens. We first pointed this out more than a year ago, and since then, we have routinely repeatedit —again, again, and again—yet even though we made it abundantly clear what was happening...


#4 Why Does the US Still Recommend COVID Jab to Kids 6 Mos & Older When Other Nations Don’t? - Tracy Beanz and Michelle Edwards for The HighWire, and on X

For over a decade, numerous studies have confirmed a direct correlation between infant mortality rates (IMRs) and the number of vaccine doses infants receive. Despite that critical fact, compared to 34 developed nations, the United States requires the most infant vaccines. Even more concerning, to this day, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) still promotes the gene-damaging mRNA jabs for healthy children aged six months and older even though most nations no longer recommend the COVID shots for healthy children. Why does the US continue to recommend the disastrous experimental jabs for children? As per the CDC’s 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine schedule, as reported by TrialSite News, the taxpayer-funded agency recommends “everyone aged 5 years and older should get 1 dose of an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against serious illness from COVID-19.” The CDC recommendation is even worse for children aged six months to 4 years. This vulnerable group, already mostly exposed with some form of immunity with a slight chance of getting sick and an even slighter chance of death, still is recommended to get “multiple doses of COVID-19 vaccines to be updated to date, including at least 1 dose of updated COVID-19 vaccine.”


#3 ‘This Is A Blatant Lie’: Fox News Anchor Hits Back With Receipts In Feud With Biden Camp - Julianna Frieman for The Daily Caller, and Citizen Free Press on X

Fox News anchor John Roberts hit back Wednesday with receipts of his feud with the Biden campaign over their claims promoting a cap on insulin prices. The back-and-forth began when Roberts challenged the Biden campaign’s messaging promoting a cap on insulin prices Monday, with the “America Reports” anchor saying, “I think it already kind of happened” during the Trump administration. Roberts mentioned that former President Donald Trump signed an executive order capping the price of insulin for Medicare recipients in May 2020. The Biden-Harris HQ campaign account jumped on Roberts’ remarks later on Monday, calling them “a blatant lie.”


#2 Republicans Have 100,000 Reasons to Investigate Gov. Katie Hobbs’ Inaugural Fund - Laurie Roberts for AZ Central, and Rebecca B on X

Arizona is putting fewer children in group homes these days, so it was no surprise in February 2023 when the Department of Child Safety denied a 20% rate increase to the state’s largest group home business. Three days later, Sunshine Residential Homes donated $100,000 to Gov. Katie Hobbs’ “dark money” operation — the one she set up under the guise of paying for her inauguration festivities. Three months later, Sunshine got a 30% rate increase. And this year, it got another 20% boost along with approval for more beds, further boosting company profits. Clearly, it pays to toss money on Gov. Hobbs’ way.


#1 Mexico’s Health Secretary Denies Death of Resident Due to Bird Flu Subtype - Jorge Antonio Rocha for Anadolu Ajansi and Shabnam Palesa Mohamed and Bernie on X

Mexican Health Secretary Jorge Alcocer on Thursday denied an announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO) that a man’s death in Mexico was caused by a strain of bird flu that had never before been found in a human. During a morning briefing, Alcocer rebuffed the WHO’s announcement and assured that the 59-year-old man, who was reported to have died from the A(H5N2) strain of avian influenza, “died from other causes, mainly kidney and respiratory failure.” Alcocer urged people to remain calm and to take the WHO’s announcement with caution because it is "not accurate." "I can point out that the statement made by the World Health Organization is pretty bad since it speaks of a fatal case (of bird flu), which was not the case," he said. On Wednesday, the WHO announced that a resident of Mexico became the world’s first person to die from a bird flu strain not previously detected in humans...


And Now for Something Special smiley

‘We All Want to Feel Like We Belong’: Teen Girl’s Joy Over a Rare Birthday Party Invite Goes Viral - Rachel Paula Abrahamson for The Today Show and 
Kn Shahjahan on X

One teenager's overjoyed reaction to being invited to a birthday party is going viral. Macy is a 15-year-old high school freshman, and she has Down syndrome. Her mom says she can “count on one hand the amount of birthday parties” Macy has been invited to since she started kindergarten.  “Yesterday Macy got in the car and showed me an invitation to a birthday party for a friend at school who is also in the life skills program,” Macy’s mom, Heather Avis, began an Instagram post. 

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