seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sadly almost no one in the population are left with tools to fight with... they can't protest in anyway or social credit passports largely cut off their ability to eat or live... we are on the cusp of the same unless we support President Trump with all we are personally capable of!!

seernewday 4 points ago +4 / -0

During a recent segment discussing Elon Musk’s profane response to advertisers who had chosen to shun Twitter, Fox News host Greg Gutfeld made a surprising statement. He said that advertisers have too much influence over the content of programming, and for evidence pointed to the firing from Fox of Tucker Carlson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FckS8nY6RfY&list=WL&index=2

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Following bombshell censorship revelations exposed over the last year, beginning with the Twitter Files, the state of Texas, The Daily Wire, and The Federalist have filed a lawsuit against the US State Department on Tuesday, alleging that the government agency funded censorship technology designed to bankrupt domestic media outlets which have disfavored political opinions. Read the 67-page complaint here.

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you know why I put two sets of quotation marks around the word “”markets?””

Because they are so manipulated that they bear no resemblance to your grandad’s markets. Markets are where prices are set between buyers and sellers. Manipulated “”markets”” are used by central banks to set a narrative.

Usually, that narrative is something inane like “We’re in control!” or “Gold is bad!” or “Inflation is coming down!”

The problem is that by forcing prices into unnatural places for too long the manipulators interfere with this thing we call reality. Out here in the real world, oil wells don’t get drilled if prices aren’t reflective of real-world risks and costs of capital. Copper mines don’t get opened. Farms get foreclosed upon (although, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing for the central banker’s friends who are eager, for some reason, to buy up these struggling operations).

In this deep dive I go into the explicit mechanism by which the central banks are openly and with official blessing monkeying about in markets where they have zero legitimate reason to be participating. Places such as Bitcoin futures, US Ag markets, Silver, and Oil. https://peakprosperity.com/central-bank-hanky-panky/

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

View: https://twitter.com/shellenberger/status/1731809817571065949

Michael Shellenberger @shellenberger World leaders say they care about climate change, but they don't. If they did, they wouldn't be shutting down nuclear plants and blocking natural gas production. In truth, they're in the grip of an anti-human ideology and profit from keeping energy scarce & expensive. Quote Tucker Carlson @TuckerCarlson · Dec 4 Ep. 44 Another half-demented 80-year-old yelling about things he doesn’t understand. These are our leaders. They don’t care about our future because they don’t have one of their own.

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Bidenomics Boomerang: Hunger explodes on Joe’s watch as 10 million more fall into food insecurity The number of Americans suffering from hunger and food insecurity exploded by more than 10 million under President Joe Biden, according to a U.S. Agriculture Department report this week that provided fresh evidence of inflation‘s impact of a basic staple of life. The report found 44.2 million Americans were living in food-insecure households in 2022, compared to 33.8 million the year before. “From 2021 to 2022, there were statistically significant increases in food insecurity and very low food security for nearly all subgroups of households described in this report,” USDA reported Wednesday. Officials noted that economics were a key factor on food insecurity, particularly cost. “In 2022, the typical food-secure household spent 15 percent more on food than the typical food-insecure household of the same size and household composition,” the report noted. Source: justthenews.com

Energy costs and food production costs are joined at the hip

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

I remain at best on the fence about musk How Elon Musk Will Control Your Brain With Chips!​

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1_iFU6b1gA&list=WL&index=4

Elon Musk’s company Neuralink promises to help restore sight to the blind and mobiity to the paralized, all thanks to the implantation of a microchip into the brain. But as author and Timcast contributor Shane Cashman points out, these advances aside, there is great potential harm involved in giant corporations injecting people with brain-controlling devices.

seernewday 2 points ago +2 / -0

Meet Henry Kissinger (2009)

by Corbett Dec 2, 2023 FROM 2009: A war criminal, a genocidal eugenicist, a power-hungry plotter, a modern-day Machiavelli, a Rockefeller toadie. Meet Henry Kissinger. Continue Reading https://www.corbettreport.com/meet-henry-kissinger-2009/

seernewday 8 points ago +8 / -0

On Thursday we emphasized in a note titled "Time To Boycott Elon's Boycotters" that when mega-corporations advertise on social media platforms or news websites, it's often less about traditional advertising and more about supporting, promoting, and financially backing specific ideologies and party lines that align with their interests.

As we noted, "It's why when Pfizer or Moderna spend tens of millions for advertising in the NYT, it is not so people are aware that Pfizer makes a covid booster shot - they know that from non-stop news coverage; it is to make sure that the NYT never questions the corporate party line. In other words, it is public relations in an advertising wrapper."

Elon Musk is purging these mega-corporations from advertising on X, intentionally or unintentionally.

His remarks on Wednesday at the DealBook Conference, where he bluntly told the audience that advertisers who attempt to "blackmail him" can "go fuck themselves."

Musk was referring to some of these advertisers: Disney, IBM, and Apple, which halted ad spending on the platform for the billionaire's 'antisemitic post.'

However, what is very interesting is that other social media channels, like Facebook and Instagram, have had way worse content on their feeds, but you don't see corporate media and activist groups trying to pressure advertisers on those platforms.

Out with the old...

To that end, Musk plans to attract small business advertising to plug the holes.

"Small and medium businesses are a very significant engine that we have definitely underplayed for a long time," X told the Financial Times.

X even said, "It [was] always part of the plan — now we will go even further with it."

Perhaps large corporate ad spend was always destined to evaporate. When Musk bought X, he fired 80% of the workforce and dismantled the FBI's communication channels with the platform that suppressed non-approved government stories, such as Covid lab theory and Hunter Biden laptop stories. The "one big club," as it were, does not like this.

X told FT that it has ramped up ties with advertisers, such as JumpCrew, to which it will outsource some ad sales to target small and medium-sized businesses.

A former X senior sales executive said Musk would have to soon make a difficult decision in either keeping an in-house ads team or moving to outsource sales and adopting an automated "self-service small business platform."

Meanwhile, X CEO Linda Yaccarino responded to the controversy:

Linda Yaccarino, X’s chief executive hired by Musk for her deep connections to the advertising world, was bombarded by calls from friends and associates last weekend during her daughter’s wedding, according to several people familiar with the matter. They urged her to quit to protect her reputation.

On Thursday evening, Yaccarino instead sent a company-wide email cheering on X’s stance on fighting “censorship” and stating that Musk had shared an “unmatched and completely unvarnished perspective” and vision for the future. -FT

"Our principles do not have a price tag, nor will they be compromised — ever," wrote Yaccarino. "And no matter how hard they try, we will not be distracted by sideline critics who don’t understand our mission."

X's switch in advertising strategy is necessary to mitigate corporate media and activist groups' 'blackmail" of ad spending for content that they do not like.

seernewday 5 points ago +5 / -0

I sense a trend where "they" are trying to ramp up the fear... if we want freedom, we need to ramp up fearlessness in response!! Nothing else will do!!

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

History is a trickster. It unfolds emergently with uncanny creativity, often blindsiding humanity with the unanticipated consequences and non-linear outcomes of previous unfoldings. So, here we are now in a Second Civil War. Really? “Between whom?” you might ask. Between truth and untruth. Between a sociopathic bureaucratic blob steeped in lies and a citizenry obliged to live and die by the blob’s lies. Case-in-point: the emergent evolution of US public health agencies, the CDC, the FDA, the NIH, the NIAID and their many fiefdoms, into a gigantic engine of death fueled by incessant and persistent lying. The people running these agencies lied to you about the creation and origin of the novel corona virus, SARS Covid-19. Then they lied about the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines created as the sovereign remedy for Covid-19. They also lied about and suppressed actual effective treatments for the disease they invented and loosed on the world and then coerced the whole medical establishment into breaking its Hippocratic oath (first do no harm) to administer vaccines that killed. They lied about these things knowingly. And through the whole three-year episode, US public health has hidden the data about Covid and the vaccines while aggressively lying about it and punishing American citizens who found ways to expose the truth. Clusterfuck Nation is a reader-supported publication. Support us on Patreon or with a paid subscription here on Substack Upgrade to paid The vaccines have killed an estimate 670,000 Americans and 17-million world-wide, consensus figures arrived at by citizens devoted to uncovering the truth. One of these is independent researcher Steve Kirsch, a Silicon Valley billionaire who invented the optical mouse. In 2021, after noticing a strange pattern of early deaths and injuries in his own circle of acquaintances, Mr. Kirsch devoted himself and his fortune to uncovering the truth about the Covid-19 vaccines. Mr. Kirsch describes himself as “a nerd,” by which he means that he is good at math and at assembling bodies of information using rigorous statistical analysis that present a coherent picture of reality, a.k.a. the truth. Last night, Thursday, November 30, Mr. gave a talk at his alma mater, MIT, in Cambridge, Massachusetts on what the best available statistics tell us about the Covid-19 vaccines (for instance, that so far they have killed more Americans than World War Two). The talk was live-streamed on the Rumble platform(YouTube scrubbed it). There is an interesting story behind Mr. Kirsch’s event. Years before the Covid-19 fiasco, Mr. Kirsch gave MIT $2.5 million to build a new lecture hall. Then, during Covid-19, Mr. Kirsch asked MIT to allow him to stage a lecture about his findings. The MIT administrators refused to let Mr. Kirsch speak in the lecture hall that he paid for. Mr. Kirsch went public with that, embarrassing the university, and under new MIT President Sally Kornbluth, the Institute relented. Prior to the November 30 talk, Mr. Kirsch sought to share his data with eminent MIT professor Robert Langer, winner of countless awards for advances in the biotechnological sciences. Dr. Langer runs a research program that his MIT webpage describes as follows: The group’s work is at the interface of biotechnology and materials science. A major focus is the study and development of polymers to deliver drugs, particularly genetically engineered proteins, continuously at controlled rates and for prolonged periods of time.” Sounds like Dr. Langer would be intimately acquainted with the mechanisms of the Covid-19 mRNA vaccines, especially the development of lipid nanoparticles that facilitate the delivery of the mRNA message into their targeted cells. Dr. Langer declined to see the data or to meet with Mr. Kirsch. At the beginning of his talk, Mr. Kirsch offered some speculation as to why Dr. Langer might demur to see the data or meet with him. Turns out it is because Dr. Langer sits on the Moderna board of directors. If Dr. Langer were exposed to “record level” data in a structured format that indicated the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine was killing a lot of people, Dr. Langer would be required legally to insist that the company take it off the market. Now you see how the venal mendacity of Big Pharma intersects with the perfidy of Academia, and at the highest levels. Dr. Langer has been called out, and publicly disgraced by Mr. Kirsch. Will Dr. Langer sue Mr. Kirsch for defamation? I doubt it. It is a fact that Dr. Langer is on the Moderna Board, and his obligations to the public are clear vis-à-vis Moderna’s flagship product. It will be interesting to see how MIT and Dr. Langer handle this quandary.

Today’s morning news (Friday, Dec 1) contains nothing about Steve Kirsch’s landmark talk at MIT, which essentially laid out evidence of a crime against humanity. One feature of the assembled data is that it can take a long time for the vaccines to kill people — six months being only an average. CDC director Mandy Cohen is still pushing the Covid-19 vaccines, as did her predecessor Rochelle Walensky, who resigned just this past June, so expect a continued incidence of excess and early deaths. Did both of them somehow miss the massive accumulating data and news reports about the danger of mRNA vaccines? Could they be that dumb? Or did they knowingly lie to the public, pushing vaccines that are obviously unsafe? At some point, they may have to answer these questions. Also yesterday, independent reporters Matt Taibbi and Michael Shellenberger testified before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. The two journalists had previously published the “Twitter Files,” an investigation into the government’s infiltration of social media for the purpose of censorship and manipulating news that would affect the outcome of recent elections. In this new chapter, the two, along with Substack blogger Alex Gutentag, have released a report based on whistleblower testimony about the sweeping censorship framework called the Cyber Threat Intelligence League that the Department of Homeland Security cooked up in 2018, and whose coordinated activities metastasized through the so-called “intelligence community,” the White House, and agencies of the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The same tyrannical programming has been adopted by many of the governments in the EU. The net result of all this is Western Civilization saturating itself in lies. It appears that Covid-19 was well into development when it was adopted by the blob and its protectors in the Democratic Party to use as a means for finally getting rid of President Trump in 2020 after RussiaGate and a fake impeachment failed. The introduction of poorly-tested mRNA vaccines — actually developed by the US Department of Defense and licensed out to Pfizer and Moderna — looks like it was intended to mitigate Covid-19 after it had accomplished its task of enabling election ballot fraud to get a patsy president, “Joe Biden,” into the White House. But the vaccines turned out to be a gigantic and deadly botch. And once they were sold to the public, and the vaccine companies made billions, and people started dying and getting gross illnesses, everybody involved in the vast blob network had to keep on lying to cover up their crimes. What follows from here in this new civil war of truth against untruth is that untruth will lose because untruth is fundamentally unsound and can’t stand on its own. The US bureaucratic blob, like the fictional product Soylent Green, is people. There are, obviously thousands of them, virtually a whole army, guilty of crimes. The whistleblowers are popping out all over now. We’re approaching the magic moment when the whole blob army flips and rats out each other in the attempt to save their asses. Wait for it.

seernewday 13 points ago +13 / -0

Henry Kissinger was an EVIL SON OF A BITCH. I mean EVIL TO THE CORE, easily one of the MOST EVIL MEN TO EVER LIVE. Look up National Security Study Memoranda 200 from 1974, where Henry was Secretary of State under Nixon. It lines out an agenda for thinning of the herd i.e. “Population Control.” This memorandum specifically outlined plans to depopulate various third world countries so that the United States could go and steal their natural resources. Henry Kissinger was their NWO MASTERMIND. He once said…“Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.” Henry is listed as an “influence” to Klaus Schwab on his Wikipedia page, he is also Schwab’s REAL life “mentor.” That should tell you ALL you need to know about him… He was also Barrack Obama’s shadow, helping give him credibility and thrusting him into the spotlight. Henry said of President-Elect Obama in 2008 “A New World Order can be created, it’s a great opportunity!” https://nixonlibrary.gov/sites/default/files/virtuallibrary/documents/nssm/nssm_200.pdf


seernewday 8 points ago +8 / -0

Texas Attorney General (AG) Ken Paxton has sued Pfizer for allegedly misrepresenting the effectiveness of the company’s COVID-19 vaccine and attempting to censor public discussion of the product.

A Thursday press release from the AG alleged “Pfizer engaged in false, deceptive and misleading acts and practices by making unsupported claims regarding the company’s COVID-19 vaccine in violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

“The pharmaceutical company's widespread representation that its vaccine possessed 95% efficacy against infection was highly misleading. That metric represented a calculation of the so-called ‘relative risk reduction’ for vaccinated individuals in Pfizer’s initial, two-month clinical trial results.”

The AG alleges the “relative risk reduction” in Pfizer documents is a misleading statistic that “unduly influence[s]” consumer choice.

“Pfizer was also put on notice at that time that vaccine protection could not accurately be predicted beyond two months. Nevertheless, Pfizer fostered a misleading impression that vaccine protection was durable and withheld from the public information that undermined its claims about the duration of protection."

"And, despite the fact that its clinical trial failed to measure whether the vaccine protects against transmission, Pfizer embarked on a campaign to intimidate the public into getting the vaccine as a necessary measure to protect their loved ones,” the release explains.

The AG office said the Pfizer product “failed to live up to the company’s representations” as “COVID-19 cases increased after widespread vaccine administration and some areas saw a greater percentage of deaths from COVID-19 among the vaccinated population than the unvaccinated. When the failure of its product became apparent, Pfizer then pivoted to silencing truth-tellers.”

The 54-page lawsuit asks, “How did Pfizer respond when it became apparent that its vaccine was failing and the viability of its cash cow was threatened? By intimidating those spreading the truth and by conspiring to censor its critics. Pfizer labeled as ‘criminals’ those who spread facts about the vaccine. It accused them of spreading ‘misinformation.’ And it coerced social media platforms to silence prominent truth-tellers.”

Paxton said the state is standing up for its citizens.

“We are pursuing justice for the people of Texas, many of whom were coerced by tyrannical vaccine mandates to take a defective product sold by lies,” said Attorney General Paxton.

“The facts are clear. Pfizer did not tell the truth about their COVID-19 vaccines. Whereas the Biden Administration weaponized the pandemic to force illegal public health decrees on the public and enrich pharmaceutical companies, I will use every tool I have to protect our citizens who were misled and harmed by Pfizer’s actions.”

On May 1, Paxton announced an investigation into Pfizer and other vaccine manufacturers earlier this year. This resulted in other legal action prior to today’s lawsuit.

On November 20, Paxton sued Pfizer and Tris Pharma for allegations they defrauded Medicaid and provided adulterated pharmaceutical drugs to children. Pfizer contracted with Tris to produce Quillivant XR, an ADHD medication for children.

The lawsuit alleges Tris altered the drug’s testing method in violation of federal and state laws and misrepresented this to ensure Quillivant passed regulatory hurdles and could continue to be sold. As a result, Pfizer and Tris obtained the benefit of taxpayer-funded Medicaid reimbursement for Quillivant.

“From 2012 to 2018, Pfizer and Tris continually manipulated Quillivant testing to hide poor manufacturing practices and defraud the Texas Medicaid program. During this time, many families complained the medication failed to work,” the press release said.

“I am horrified by the dishonesty we uncovered in this investigation,” said Paxton, adding, “Our Civil Medicaid Fraud Division has done an outstanding job holding these pharmaceutical companies accountable.”

The lawsuit was initially filed under seal, but the judge has since unsealed the petition at the Attorney General's request. To read the unsealed petition, click here.

On November 20, Paxton also opened an investigation into Media Matters, saying he was “extremely troubled by the allegations that Media Matters, a radical anti-free speech organization, fraudulently manipulated data on X.com.”

“We are examining the issue closely to ensure the public has not been deceived by the schemes of radical left-wing organizations who would like nothing more than to limit freedom by reducing participation in the public square,” said Paxton.

seernewday 7 points ago +7 / -0

If you’re not familiar with a little organization called the “Council For Inclusive Capitalism,” don’t worry, most people have never heard of it. The group was formed at the height of the covid pandemic; as fear instilled by government officials and the media propagated the news feeds, the majority of the public was rather distracted. The CIC is essentially everything that conspiracy theorists have been warning about for years packaged into a single Orwellian entity, complete with dramatic piano music and a mask of "humanitarian philanthropy".


The basic root function of the council is to centralize most or all major corporations (corporations with global influence) and join them with governments into a network that places ideology over profit motive. Some people might argue that corporations need to adopt a shared value system instead of simply roaming around like sharks devouring whatever they can sink their teeth into. But who gets to choose the set of values that corporate behemoths follow?

The CIC is a physical body representing the action arm of the ESG concept. It is meant to create incentives and punishments for the business world based on their compliance with the values of globalism and woke socialism, as well as their submission to the climate agenda. I have written about this issue extensively, but my article ‘What Is The “Council For Inclusive Capitalism?” It’s The New World Order’ is probably the best overview of the group and their intentions.

The idea is simple: bring the majority of corporations into line with the far-left political order. Once this is done, they will force those companies to use their platforms and public exposure to indoctrinate the masses. We have seen this strategy in action over the past several years, with many companies producing a steady stream of products, media content and marketing rife with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion propaganda, not to mention anti-west and anti-conservative propaganda.

These corporations have been so ingrained into the DEI and ESG format that many of them are willing to alienate the majority of their customers and lose vast profits. The last vestiges of free market economics are thus destroyed, because the profit motive has been replaced with a political motive.

Why would companies choose to join with such an organization if they are going to be constantly micromanaged in their operations? It my not be presented to them as a choice, but rather an inevitable requirement. Those who get in on the ground floor get the best seats at the cabal’s table; those who join late might be crushed under the weight of an oppressive socialist bureaucracy.

Then again, the choice could also be voluntary with the promise that corporate leaders will be given extensive governance roles after the “Great Reset” of capitalism which the World Economic Forum discusses so often.

Keep in mind that the only way such companies would be able to survive after being shunned by the majority of the public is if they join with governments, are handed a state sponsored monopoly and are supported by perpetual subsidies. They might even be operating under the assumption that as long as they continue to serve the woke religion they will eventually be rewarded with “too woke to fail” status.

Mussolini once defined the meeting of corporate power with government power as the original design for fascism. The Council for Inclusive Capitalism is the living breathing expression of that authoritarian seed.

The group is headed by Lady Lynn de Rothschild of the notorious Rothschild dynasty, and has expanded to include an army of corporate partners, government partners, UN partners and even the Vatican. A key component to the globalist agenda that is mentioned frequently is artificial intelligence (AI), along with its supposed ability to upend everything in our society and economy forever. While the abilities of AI are highly overrated, the elites seem to think it’s some kind of godlike apparatus that will remake the world. Lady Rothschild engaged with the media recently to promote an interesting and revealing argument:


Surprisingly, Rothschild meets some resistance from her interviewers which forces her to make an indirect admission: AI will require a “root and branch reform of the economy,” meaning, free markets have to go and government/corporate partners will have to step in to control everything, for the sake of the populace and the “greater good”, of course. Except it’s all a sham.

AI, much like climate change, is quickly becoming yet another fabricated excuse for global centralization. The CIC along with institutions like the WEF and the UN have been asserting for the past few years that “someone” needs to step in to moderate AI so that no single government abuses its apparently unlimited power. In other words: Problem, Reaction, Solution.

The globalists create a problem out of thin air (AI), then suggest it is a much greater boon (or threat) to humanity than it actually is, then they offer their services as fair and benevolent arbiters of the technology and its effects. Rothschild suggests it herself in the interview when she claims that “capitalists” will have to adjust their priorities over to social causes in the wake of AI. As I stated before, it’s just ESG in another form.

I would point out the tone of disdain in Rothschild’s reaction when free markets are brought into the debate. These people HATE any notion of free markets. Adam Smith’s system was drafted in direct response to the trespasses of mercantilist control. The two constructs are mutually exclusive. You cannot have free markets (or freedom) within a centralized mercantilist empire. You cannot have free markets and socialism within the same economy. And to be clear, the system we have in the US today is NOT a free market system, it is former free market system slowly undermined over time.

Free markets are already fair. Corporate elites interfere with that fairness when they join with governments to rig the system in their favor and gain undue advantages. The inequities Rothschild describes as an excuse for centralization were in fact created by elites like her. The CIC and the Great Reset agenda are nothing more than tools to entrench corporate and elitist power forever.

They get to decide which companies thrive or die. They get to decide the social values of the next century. They get to dictate how the worlds resources are utilized and who is allowed access to them. And, governments will ensure that they are protected from the rage of the people should the public become wise to their hostile takeover.

The most insulting part? Anyone who criticizes or attacks this ideological invasion of our economic life will be accused of being a monster. After all, the CIC just wants to save humanity from itself, right? If you want to stop them, you must be some kind of selfish villain that values individual freedom over the common good.

The bigger question that the globalists don’t want us to ask, though, is what makes them qualified to determine the common good? Why is is assumed that they should be the arbiters of everything? Even the stagflation crisis we are facing today is a direct result of governments and central banks stepping in with trillions in fiat money to save the “too big to fail” corporations from their own disastrous practices. Why should we trust them with our social welfare, or anything else for that matter?

The globalists will respond to this argument with AI. They will say that AI is the ultimate “objective” mediator because it has no emotional or political loyalties. They will assert that AI must become the de facto decision making apparatus for human civilization. And now you see why Rothschild is so anxious to spearhead the creation of a global regulatory framework for AI – Whoever controls the functions of AI, whoever programs the software, eventually controls the world, all while using AI as a proxy. If anything goes wrong, they can simply say that it was AI that made the decision, not them.

It is the perfect shadow government; a technocratic Wizard of OZ using the smoke and mirrors of an AI puppet to rule the planet, removing all accountability and displacing all rebellion. For how can the populace argue with or revolt against a faceless algorithm floating in the digital ether?

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Very true and that is a problem for such crypto... We truly do not have energy to spare

seernewday 5 points ago +6 / -1

I'm sure the apologies well paid for all the peoples wasted time, stress and penalties... Lets make it all digital... What could go wrong?

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Over Half of US at Elevated Risk of Winter Blackouts Due to Biden Energy Policies, Watchdog Comments on Industry Report

An energy watchdog group is warning that President Joe Biden’s energy policy has put more than half the country at elevated risk of blackouts this winter. Citing a new energy report, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association pointed to Biden’s policies as a direct threat to the stability of America’s energy grid, according to Fox Business Network. That threat may be acutely felt in the coming months, as AccuWeather is predicting a harsh winter season. “A strengthening El Niño will make this winter … colder with plenty more snow for millions of people who live in major cities,” AccuWeather reported on Oct. 4, adding that the weather will be especially severe across the Central and Eastern U.S. It could be a recipe for serious issues for the electrical grid, according to the Winter Reliability Assessment from the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC). The group explained that residents from Texas to New England could be subject to blackouts during the expected extreme cold this winter due to “inadequate generator weatherization and limitations to natural gas infrastructure,” the Washington Examiner reported.

seernewday 1 point ago +1 / -0

Blue State Residents Are Paying Way More For Energy Than Red States, New Report Shows

Residents of blue states with aggressive climate policies are paying significantly more for electricity and fuel than red states, according to a new report by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). California, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New York and New Jersey are seven of the top eight continental states in terms of highest average retail electricity prices in 2023, according to ALEC’s report. Each of these states have some sort of green energy mandate, which the ALEC report refers to as a Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), or participates in a greenhouse gas cap-and-trade program, or both. Red states like Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Louisiana are leaders in electricity affordability in 2023, according to ALEC’s analysis. Unlike the blue states with the least affordable electricity in the lower 48 states, none of these states have their own green energy mandates or participate in cap-and-trade schemes, which the ALEC report calls regional greenhouse gas initiatives (RGGI). Source: dailycaller.com

seernewday 6 points ago +6 / -0

Nancy Pelosi’s daughter, Alexandra Pelosi, was caught on a secret video recording talking with a group of January 6th defendants, and her comments were quite revealing. Pelosi insisted that the so-called “MAGA Shaman” who got a 31 month prison sentence had been railroaded and that Democrats would likely milk the January 6th proceedings as much as possible, even if the actual “insurrection” was nothing of the kind.

Jimmy and Americans’ Comedian Kurt Metzger discuss whether Pelosi has unintentionally given the game away.

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