Voices, The Peoples News No. 2023-06-25

Voices, The Peoples News

June 25, 2023
Published by Jedi Selman Since March 2000 to Inform and Educate

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# Energy / Pipelines / Mining / Transportation / Industry
Multnomah County, Oregon is suing a lineup of fossil fuel companies, associations, and consulting firm McKinsey & Company: Despite a history of consulting for a long list of fossil fuel companies, this is the first time McKinsey & Company has been included as a defendant in a climate lawsuit.

Train carrying ‘potential contaminants’ derails into the Yellowstone River: A train carrying “potential contaminants” derailed on Saturday into the Yellowstone River located in Montana. The train was going over a bridge that collapsed, resulting in the derailment. As of now the officials are unsure of what started the incident. The incident left multiple tankers in the Yellowstone River and decimated the railroad portion of the Yellowstone Twin River Bridges in Stillwater County, Montana.

# Food / Farming / GMOs / Chemicals
Beef Company CEO: ‘I’ll Shut Down the Company Before We Ship a Single Bag With mRNA-Injected Meat’: Quickly but quietly, Big Pharma and various state governments are working to inject beef and dairy cattle with mRNA “vaccines.” The practice has been happening with pork since 2018 and beef is next on the agenda. Jason Nelson, CEO of Whole Cows, has been watching the developments closely.

# Food Recalls / Alerts
Frozen Berries Sold at Costco, HEB, and Walmart Recalled: The fruit may be contaminated with hepatitis A.

# Gov / Politics / Global
Biggest Story of the Year and the Media Ignored It

Russian military units currently are deployed, uninvited and unwanted, in Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova. As Russia’s massing of military power near Ukraine prompted a crisis, President Vladimir Putin has demanded legally-binding security guarantees for Russia.

# Gov / Politics
How pardoning extremists undermines the rule of law: The promise of pardons to offer criminal sanctuary likely undermines the rule of law and increases the risks of political violence. In the past 10 years, there has been an increase in far-right political violence in the United States. While scholars have pointed to several possible reasons, and often, combinations of explanations, the trend is clear.

Ron DeSantis Is Playing Fast and Loose With Campaign Finance Laws: The GOP presidential hopeful appears to be pioneering all sorts of ways to flout federal campaign finance law, both to goose his coffers and to allow his supposedly independent super PAC to run core elements of his campaign. The most glaring example? Using $82.5 million from his state-level super PAC, which was created to support his gubernatorial ambitions, to juice his national run.

1 Year After ‘Dobbs,’ We Must Build Movements to Defeat Anti-Abortion Extremists: We can’t count on courts, the Democrats or nonprofits to defend abortion, we must mobilize ourselves to fight for it.

Whistleblower Who Exposed Biden Bribery Scheme Found Dead: New reports reveal the Burisma whistleblower that exposed the Biden bribery scheme has been found dead. Sean Hannity reported, “A Burisma whistleblower, wife of former Burisma owner Mykola Lisin who died under mysterious circumstances years ago, has been found dead.” The whistleblower was reportedly an accountant for Burisma’s “offshore bank accounts” and was ready to give up all the offshore accounts that included the Biden family’s account.

# Medical / Health
First States to Enact Abortion Bans Have One Thing in Common: “The states that were the quickest to enact abortion bans are the same states with the worst rates of maternal mortality,” Timmaraju explains.

As Biden rallies for abortion rights, conservatives a mile away are pushing a 15-week national ban: President Joe Biden is warning that Republicans seeking a nationwide ban on abortion won’t stop there. “We will not let the most personal of decisions fall into the hands of politicians,” he said. “Make no mistake, this election is about freedom on the ballot once again.”

‘Torture’: Texas abortion law means woman has to continue pregnancy despite fatal anomaly: Kylie Beaton’s doctors agreed mom was at risk but their hands were tied legally. Dr. Carrie Rouse, an OB-GYN and maternal fetal medicine specialist, said she has only come across five cases. Beaton’s 28-week ultrasound shows the severity of her baby’s anomaly. “The inside appears very empty,” said Rouse, who is not treating Beaton, but looked at her ultrasound. “The normal brain structures that we would see, are not there where they normally would be. Very few outliers are able to survive up to a year and the level of intervention needed for babies with this condition to survive is extremely high; they often need mechanical ventilation or a life support machine, multiple medications and repeated lab draws, Rouse said.

One Year After the Fall of Roe, Republicans Are Full Steam Ahead With National Abortion Ban: The House GOP is expected to introduce a 15 week ban, while Mike Pence has called on all GOP presidential candidates to support a federal ban on the procedure. Conservatives are finding out the hard way that abortion isn’t a 50-50 issue anymore.

Doctors and Hospitals May Face Malpractice Lawsuits for Denying Abortion Care: Experts predict providers who refuse patients abortion care under state bans will face a wave of malpractice lawsuits.

5 Texas women denied abortions sue the state, saying the bans put them in danger: “We’re talking about people who are in medical emergencies, who need urgent medical care and whose physicians are too scared to provide that care because of the state’s laws and because of the state’s failure to provide any clarification around what its law means.”

Biden Issues Executive Order Seeking to Improve Access to Birth Control: “Contraception is an essential component of reproductive health care,” a press release from the White House said.

Wyoming Judge Blocks State’s Ban on Abortion Medication: No other state has an explicit ban on abortion medication, which is the most-used abortion method in the U.S: The law was to take effect on July 1. It is the only state law that specifically outlaws the most common abortion method in the country. A Wyoming judge on Thursday temporarily blocked the first state law specifically banning the use of pills for abortion, the most common method in the country

# Military / DOD
As Media and Military Hawks Push War With China, Cuba Is Caught in the Crossfire: The Wall Street Journal made alarmist reports on a new Chinese “spy base” in Cuba. It was actually nothing of the sort.

Who will start the war with China? Unintended Escalation Could Lead to War with China, Experts Say: The risk of war with China is increasing, experts said May 1. The most likely cause: a U.S.-Chinese conflagration in the Taiwan Strait that could spiral out of control. “The prospects for war are growing,” Bonnie Glaser, director of the Trans-Pacific program of the German Marshall Fund of the U.S. said during a Brookings Institution webinar.

# Military / Global
Feud Between Moscow and Wagner Group Turns to All-Out War: Yevgeny Prigozhin has vowed to take ‘revenge’ after accusing Russia’s military of targeting his forces in a rocket attack. Russia investigates Wagner chief for ‘armed mutiny’ after call for attack on military https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2023/jun/23/russia-ukraine-war-live-russia-investigates-mutiny-as-wagner-chief-says-evil-military-leaders-must-be-stopped__;!!On18fmf1aQ!2wrqVyo_biFTjf1I3jrG8_r1XWypRCyf62sw4k7CQnwkBtbUwweuZg1sle5tWyE3xSrMaqTn_S7yybFiegLlBxt89keVhNoN$

Update: Putin Blamed “ARMED COUP” Attempt in Russia by Wagner’s Boss now under FSB Investigations. Tanks on Streets: Putin signed a law allowing 30-day detention for violating martial law. Yevgeny Prigozhin released a Harsh Speech vs Russian Defense Ministry as a Traitor now Working fo NATO!

Here’s how NATO trainers sent Ukrainian troops to their deaths in this month’s counteroffensive against Russia: Senator Lyndsey Graham is not alone in aspiring to continue the Russian-Ukrainian conflict until Kiev runs out of cannon fodder.

# Pharmaceuticals / Drugs
U.S. charges Chinese companies, executives with illicit fentanyl trafficking: The U.S. Justice Department on Friday filed criminal charges against four Chinese chemical manufacturing companies and eight individuals over allegations they illegally trafficked the chemicals used to make fentanyl, a highly addictive painkiller. Chinese officials have countered that the US is shifting blame for what is a domestic opioid addiction crisis.

# Weather
Texas Cities Set Temperature Records in Unremitting Heat Wave: Readings in Laredo, Del Rio, San Angelo and Junction were the highest ever recorded, while Corpus Christi logged an all-time-high heat index of 125 degrees. Forecasters warn that no relief is in sight this month.

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