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Monday, May 13, 2019


Former President Jimmy Carter undergoes surgery after breaking hip

Former President Jimmy Carter has undergone surgery after he fell and broke his hip.

Carter, 94, fell at his home in Plains, Georgia, Monday morning as he was leaving to go turkey hunting, The Carter Center announced.

The doctor who performed the surgery at the Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Americus, Georgia, said the procedure was successful, according to the statement.

The 39th president of the United States is now recovering "comfortably" in the hospital alongside his wife, Rosalynn. His main concern is returning to the task he set off to complete this morning, according to the statement.


Google favors left-leaning outlets CNN, New York Times in its Top Stories algorithm, study says

Google's Top Stories box provides users with articles from left-leaning news organizations such as CNN 62.4 percent of the time — with only 11.3 percent coming from outlets that are considered conservative, according to a study by Northwestern University researchers.

The researchers conducted an “algorithm audit” of the Google Top Stories box using data from late 2017 to determine the tech giant’s role in shaping which news its audience consumes. The Top Stories box – which is the three highlighted articles that appear with images at the top of any Google search – is among the most prominent real estate on the Internet.

The researchers analyzed 30 “hard news” stories per day over a 30-day period, resulting in 6,302 links to various articles. The results indicate that liberal publications were prominently featured in Google’s Top Stories box — with CNN, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, combining for a whopping 23 percent of Top Stories appearances during the sample period.


Maryland murder victim was reportedly married to two men at once

A woman who was shot and killed in Maryland was married to two men at the same time — one a famous Ghanaian actor and the other a major Baltimore drug kingpin, according to reports.

Bettie Jenifer, 44, had just left work in Greenbelt on Friday when a gunman chased her in the parking lot, firing multiple times and striking her twice, NBC Washington reported.

It emerged over the weekend that she was married to both Chris Attoh, 39, a well-known actor and TV host in Ghana, and Kedrick Jenifer, once described then-US Attorney Rod Rosenstein as a “major Baltimore drug dealer.”

But while Kedrick, 47, has been serving a 20-year sentence for distributing at least 450 kilograms of cocaine in Baltimore and Virginia, his two-timing wife moved on. She and Attoh married in October after he divorced his first wife.


North Carolina Blowback Intensifies on Richard Burr’s Rogue Subpoena

The intense home state backlash against Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, for issuing a rogue subpoena of President Donald Trump’s eldest son Donald Trump, Jr., has only gotten worse in the days since news came out about Burr’s questionable move.

“The people of North Carolina are very upset about this,” Wayne King, the deputy chief of staff to Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) and former vice chairman of the North Carolina GOP, said on Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM. “They’re very upset about the attack on the president’s family and the attack on the president, and you can’t call it anything else but that–it’s an attack on the president and the first family. I’ve spent a good bit of time with Donald Trump, Jr., and he’s such a nice man–and for his family and him to have to go through this once again is just unbelievable to me. As a private citizen, he should be just that–a private citizen. Sen. Burr’s not running again, and his seat will be up in 2022, so there’s not any electoral repercussions [for him], but certainly people are talking about it and they’re very upset about it. I think that’s the reason Sen. Tillis came out so strongly against it, because he knew that that is not supported in North Carolina.”

King also said that the subpoena is indefensible and meant to “target” not only President Trump but the president’s whole family.


McCaul: U.S. Pushing Back on Chinese IP Theft and Global Aggression

The United States is finally pushing back against the mounting threats from China, including intellectual property theft, global expansion through coercive economics, and the attempted takeover of the South China Sea, a senior Republican member of Congress says.

Members of Congress in particular, from both parties, are waking up to the problem, said Rep. Michael McCaul (R., Texas), senior Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

"A lot of this has been under the radar and a game of deception, and I think a lot of members of Congress are starting to wake up to the fact this is a serious threat to the national security of the United States," he said in an interview with the Washington Free Beacon.

McCaul was chairman of Homeland Security Committee until 2017 and said he is well versed in Chinese cyber attacks through that experience. Those attacks involved the massive theft of American intellectual property from both government and private sector computer networks.

One of the most damaging attacks involved Chinese hackers stealing 22 million federal employee records, including millions with access to classified information. Security officials say the Chinese are using the stolen records for both cyber espionage and human intelligence-gathering efforts.


Judge approves unusual court transportation plan for defendant who weighs more than 900 pounds

A man who weighs more than 900 pounds is set to be brought to federal court in Richmond on Monday, after the approval of a plan involving the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Service, the Richmond Ambulance Authority, the Henrico County Division of Fire, and state and local emergency personnel.

Kenneth T. Hicks, 48, of Emporia, who is charged in a cocaine conspiracy case, is scheduled to plead guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge David J. Novak and could be taken into custody immediately. On Tuesday, Novak approved an unusual transportation plan for Hicks sought by the government and his lawyer in an effort to protect his health, safety and dignity.

The arrangements could involve cutting through a wall where he lives, bracing the structure and even cutting down some trees.

Court papers show that the alleged conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent to distribute more than a pound of cocaine took place from 2013 into 2017.


County Executive Bob Culver announces Michele Ennis as the County's Director of Finance

Barbara Pilchard Sentenced

Snake bite in Ocean View: Copperhead captured, released in nature preserve

OCEAN VIEW – Town of Ocean View police Saturday issued a public safety reminder after a person in their yard was bitten by a snake that proved to be a venomous copperhead.

In response to a snake bite complaint May 11, Ocean View police captured the snake. It was subsequently identified as a copperhead, according to OVPD’s Facebook posting.

The snake was removed by Ocean View police and safely released into a nature preserve.


VP Pence tells Christian students to resist 'secular left'

Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday elevated President Trump as a defender of religious freedom and told Liberty University graduates to muscle through criticism from the “secular left” as they live out their Christian faith, saying they’ll “be blessed” for it.

Speaking to a friendly commencement crowd in Lynchburg, Virginia, Mr. Pence criticized the Obama administration for forcing nuns who care for the elderly to fight birth-control rules in court. And he slammed the “bevy of Hollywood liberals” who’ve promised to boycott Georgia as the state passes strict pro-life legislation.

He got personal, too, pointing to those who criticized his wife, Karen, for returning to teach at a Christian elementary school that’s been criticized for its stance on homosexuality.


'Our hero saved 5 lives'- Family shares video of teen's 'honor walk' before organ donation

NYC society shuns Sackler family over OxyContin fortune

Five years ago, the Sackler family was considered one of New York City’s most esteemed, generous dynasties. There’s a Sackler Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a Sackler Institute at Columbia University and a Sackler Educational Laboratory at the American Museum of Natural History. Family members were photographed in Vogue and known as staples on the benefit circuit.

The Sacklers — who made their billions creating pharmaceuticals including OxyContin — were well-liked, well-respected and well-courted.

Now they can’t get a museum to take their money.

Prescription opioids have killed more than 200,000 people since OxyContin — produced by the family’s Purdue Pharma — hit the market in 1996, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Patrick Shanahan: Military won’t leave border until it's secure

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said the military would not pull troops tasked with putting up barriers and planning logistics from the U.S.-Mexico border.

"We're not going to leave until the border is secure," he said Saturday in McAllen, Texas, according to the Associated Press. “This isn't about identifying a problem. It's about fixing a problem more quickly."

Troops have been stationed there since October and are likely to remain there through September. They will not be there indefinitely, he said.


San Francisco police raid home of journalist to find source of leaked report

Police raided the home and office of a freelance journalist Friday morning as part of an ongoing investigation into a leaked confidential police report containing salacious details about the death of late Public Defender Jeff Adachi.

Freelance journalist Bryan Carmody told the San Francisco Examiner that his home and office were raided by police and FBI agents because he had obtained a copy of the police report, and sold information from that report to the press following Adachi’s death on February 22.

The leak drew wide condemnation and prompted members of the Board of Supervisors to call for the police department to investigate and hold accountable the source of it within the department.

Two weeks prior, Carmody said that he was interviewed by police officers about where he obtained his information, but refused to disclose his source. Today, Carmody said that police and FBI agents executed a search warrant on his Richmond District home and Western Addition office.

A San Francisco Police Department spokesperson defended their action in a statement Friday, saying that the warrant was granted by a judge.

“Today’s actions are one step in the process of investigating a potential case of obstruction of justice along with the illegal distribution of a confidential police report,” the statement read.


Maryland AG Frosh Gave ‘Leadership’ to Bloomberg’s Enviro-Lawyer Scheme

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D.) was a key player in the rollout of a well-funded plan by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to place lawyers into attorney general offices across the nation to litigate environmental and climate change issues, according to a Washington Free Beacon review of emails obtained by a D.C.-based attorney.

The scheme has fallen under scrutiny because Bloomberg, not the state, was the source of the salaries for the lawyers placed with attorneys general.

One of the participants in the emails described the plan thusly: "the gist is that Bloomberg is funding through NYU some fellowship positions for mid-career environmental litigators to be farmed out to State Attorney's General to join the fight against Trump's rollback of our environmental protection laws and regulations."

At issue is the practice of allowing a third party to fund the deputizing of attorneys into the highest arm of state law enforcement and whether or not this is an illegal expansion of the OAG's reach. Additionally, the Virginia General Assembly last year required staff to the Virginia attorney general be paid only by funds allocated by the state, and not by any third party.


Guatemala Intel Secretary: Economic Migrants Arriving in U.S. Are ‘Picketing Mob’ for Open Borders

Guatemala’s Secretary of Strategic Intelligence Mario Duarte says migrants arriving at the United States-Mexico border are coming to the country for economic reasons and have been “weaponized” as a “picketing mob” for international open borders organizations.

In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Saturday, Duarte said the truth about illegal immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border is that most migrants are looking for jobs, not asylum, and that the lack of opportunity in Central America is largely due to globalization.

International open borders organizations, Duarte said, are driving caravans of migrants through Central America to the U.S. to protest the country’s enforcement of immigration.

“It’s true that the United States has helped us a lot but basically, the situation right now is where all of these people who leave are being also weaponized for political reasons,” Duarte said.

“That’s exactly what has happened with these caravans,” Duarte continued. “These caravans were very well-funded by different NGOs, several international NGOs, there was a very well-funded logistical chain that organized them in their home countries and took them up from Guatemala to Mexico, all the way to the United States, almost like a picketing mob because that’s, at the end, what you had at the southern border, this huge amount of people.”

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[Reports: Soros funding border caravan invasion]

Kamala Harris Supports Illegals Having Full Access to Health Care

When asked if she supported giving Medicare for all to people in this country illegally, Kamala Harris said, “I’m opposed to any policy that would deny in our country any human being from access to public safety, public education or public health, period.”


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Border detention cells in Texas are so overcrowded that US is using aircraft to move migrants

Overcrowding at Border Patrol stations in South Texas has become so acute in recent days that U.S. authorities have taken the rare step of using aircraft to relocate migrants to other areas of the border simply to begin processing them, according to three Homeland Security officials.

The first flight left McAllen, Texas, on Friday, transferring detainees to Border Patrol facilities in Del Rio, Texas. There are daily flights scheduled for the next several days, with two planned for Tuesday, according to officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the operations.

The flights are conducted by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement, but the detainees remain in the custody of Border Patrol, officials said. Though ICE routinely uses aircraft to move detainees among its detention facilities, it is very unusual for Border Patrol to fly recent arrivals from one part of the border to another to perform routine booking procedures.

Homeland Security officials requested the aircraft because Border Patrol urgently needs to move single adults out of the lower Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. The agency is scrambling to make room for the large volume of families and children who have come across the border in dramatically higher numbers in the past several days, officials said.

One official said the U.S. government has resorted to using aircraft because all available buses were already in use and authorities needed every available transportation option.


Rand Paul: Americans Will Be ‘Shocked’ to Know What Biden’s Son Was Up To

PAUL: "I think the American people will be shocked and dismayed to know that Joe Biden’s son was making $50,000 a month just a couple of months after he was dishonorably discharged from the military for drugs. $50,000 a month, I think most Americans will be dismayed that the president’s son was doing this while Joe Biden was actually lobbying to have this company, you know, go free of prosecution. My understanding, this was reported in the New York Times, Joe Biden was asking the prosecutor to lay off of the company that Hunter Biden was working for for $50,000 a month –


Stacey Abrams: If We Don’t Stop Voter Suppression of Minorities, We Will Be Speaking Russian in 10 Years

Stacey Abrams, the delusional loser of the Georgia gubernatorial race, who still refuses to concede because she believes she actually won the election, warned of a Russian takeover by the year 2030.

Mz. Abrams has repeatedly blamed voter suppression for the reason why she lost to Republican challenger Brian Kemp in the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial. She lost by over 55,000 votes but she really won, just ask her.

She didn’t lose because she was a horrible candidate and a tax delinquent, she lost because of evil whitey.

“There’s no more fundamental and national security crisis than the theft of our elections, not simply through Russian hacking, which is incredibly important and we have to pay attention to it, but by the suppression of the very voters whose voices could change the direction of our country,” Abrams said speaking at a national security forum on Friday.

“If we do not secure our democracy and ensure that every vote counts in 2020, we will be having a very different conversation, possibly in Russian, in 2030,” Abrams said to cheers.


Judicial Watch: Records Obtained in Court-Ordered Discovery Reveal Obama White House Tracking FOIA Request for Clinton Emails

Judicial Watch has announced that it obtained 44 pages of records from the State Department through court-ordered discovery revealing that the Obama White House was tracking a December 2012 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking records concerning then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecure, non-government email system.

Months after the Obama White House involvement, the State Department responded to the requestor, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), falsely stating that no such records existed.

Judicial Watch’s discovery is centered upon whether Clinton intentionally attempted to evade the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by using a non-government email system and whether the State Department acted in bad faith in processing Judicial Watch’s FOIA request for communications from Clinton’s office.

U.S District Court Judge Royce Lamberth ordered Obama administration senior State Department officials, lawyers, and Clinton aides, as well as E.W. Priestap, to be deposed or answer written questions under oath. The court ruled that the Clinton email system was “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency.”

The State Department’s Office of Inspector General issued a report in January 2016 saying “At the time the request was received, dozens of senior officials throughout the Department, including members of Secretary Clinton’s immediate staff, exchanged emails with the Secretary using the personal accounts she used to conduct official business.” Also, the IG “found evidence that [Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills] was informed of the request at the time it was received …”

The State Department produced records in response to court-ordered document requests that detail Obama White House involvement in the Clinton email FOIA request.

Father of Colorado School Shooter is an Illegal Alien and Repeat Felon

The father of Colorado school shooter Alec McKinney is an illegal alien and repeat felon.

The Daily Mail reported:

The father of one of the alleged STEM School Highlands Ranch shooters in Colorado is a serial felon and illegal immigrant from Mexico, can reveal.

Jose Evis Quintana, the father of alleged 16-year-old killer Alec McKinney was once jailed for 15 months for domestic violence against Alec’s mother and ‘menacing with a weapon’.

McKinney has been charged alongside his friend Devon Erickson of killing one student and injuring eight others at the school close to Denver, Colorado.


Record Number of Agents Contracting Illness from Illegals

More agents than ever before are calling in sick to work or showing up sick, says a Border Patrol union representative who worries too many agents are succumbing to illnesses brought by illegal aliens.

Carlos Favela, president of the National Border Patrol Council Local 1929, says the number of agents affected by illnesses has reached alarming levels in recent years, with an estimated 20 to 25 agents from the El Paso sector calling in sick each day, while others come in to work sick because they’ve used up their sick days.

According to Favela, numerous agents are filing union reports claiming they’ve contracted everything from the H1N1 virus to chicken pox to Legionnaires’ disease after coming in contact with sick illegals encountered at the border.

Favela says agents are concerned they could infect their family members with infectious diseases such as tuberculosis.

“The nightmare for the agent out in the field,” said Favela, “is that they contract tuberculosis or some kind of bacterial disease and they unknowingly take that home to their families and then their whole family is sick.”


It's not just cyber attacks and missile testing

Since Sept. 11, 2001, analysts have been increasingly concerned terrorists might steal, buy, build, or be given a nuclear weapon—and the War on Terrorism would become a nuclear war. The Department of Homeland Security’s National Planning Scenario #1 is detonation of a 10-kiloton nuclear weapon, as powerful as the Hiroshima bomb, in a location such as New York City or Washington, D.C.

Many experts warn an act of nuclear terrorism is not a question of if, but when.

Until the recent protracted nuclear crisis with North Korea, relatively less attention has been paid to the increasing possibility of nuclear war between nations. India and Pakistan are widely regarded as the most likely candidates for a nuclear conflict between states.

Although North Korea, Russia, and China have all made nuclear threats against the United States recently, in the case of North Korea and Russia repeatedly, most analysts dismiss these as mere “bluster” and “nuclear sabre rattling” not to be taken seriously.

One day, perhaps soon, this may well prove to be a fatal mistake for millions.

There is now a real possibility of knocking out the electric grid in the USA with an EMP attack and Trump has ordered feds to be prepared for it.


[Dr. Peter Vincent Pry is chief of staff of the Congressional EMP Commission. He served on the staff of the House Armed Services Committee and at the CIA. ]

Maryland AG Frosh Gave ‘Leadership’ to Bloomberg’s Enviro-Lawyer Scheme

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh (D.) was a key player in the rollout of a well-funded plan by former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg to place lawyers into attorney general offices across the nation to litigate environmental and climate change issues, according to a Washington Free Beacon review of emails obtained by a D.C.-based attorney.

The scheme has fallen under scrutiny because Bloomberg, not the state, was the source of the salaries for the lawyers placed with attorneys general.

One of the participants in the emails described the plan thusly: "the gist is that Bloomberg is funding through NYU some fellowship positions for mid-career environmental litigators to be farmed out to State Attorney's General to join the fight against Trump's rollback of our environmental protection laws and regulations."

At issue is the practice of allowing a third party to fund the deputizing of attorneys into the highest arm of state law enforcement and whether or not this is an illegal expansion of the OAG's reach. Additionally, the Virginia General Assembly last year required staff to the Virginia attorney general be paid only by funds allocated by the state, and not by any third party.

Emails obtained through open records requests by Chris Horner for the nonprofit organization Government Accountability and Oversight show that Frosh conducted much of this business on his personal Gmail account, raising questions of the extent to which other business about the Maryland AG office might flow through his personal account.


Mike Huckabee Piles on After Burr Subpoenas Don Jr., Tells Him: ‘Let It GO’

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) added his name to the growing list of Republicans calling on Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-NC) to “let it go,” after the senator issued a subpoena for Donald Trump Jr. on Wednesday.

“If Sen Burr didn’t get enough flesh out of @DonaldJTrumpJr in the 1st 29 hrs of hammering, then hold him back a grade or send him home. Read the report, Senator-Mueller and his and his crew found NADA. To quote Elsa, ‘Let it GO!'” he tweeted Friday morning, along with his latest op-ed in the Hill.

“It is time for Congress to move on from this manufactured Washington scandal and finally accept the results of the special counsel report for good. Trump Jr. has done his part and already answered all questions,” Huckabee added in his op-ed.


Texas Officials Illuminate Crosses After Atheists’ Call for Removal

COLDSPRING, TX – Elected officials in an East Texas community defiantly illuminated the crosses on their courthouse after an atheist organization told them to take them down. The move came after the county judge and commissioners voted unanimously to keep the four crosses on the county building.

Breitbart News reported that the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) complained to San Jacinto County public officials about the prominent display of the “Latin cross[es].” The self-described “state/church watchdog” claims it has over 30,000 members.

The foundation issued an “Action Alert” to its supporters on May 7th saying, “A concerned Coldspring resident reported to FFRF that San Jacinto County has the crosses up all year round and even lights the crosses during the holiday season.” The organization that calls itself a “nonprophet nonprofit” asked members to “Tell San Jacinto commissioners to remove courthouse crosses.”

Residents of the county of just under 29,000 people celebrated on social media after it saw photos of the illuminated Christian symbol on the courthouse.


Yankees fans threaten boycott after ban of Kate Smith’s ‘God Bless America’

Kate Smith’s rendition of “God Bless America” has been scrapped at Yankee Stadium, but Bronx Bomber fans are going to bat for her over allegations of racism.

Smith’s niece, Suzy Andron, told The Post she is “honored” by the groundswell of support for the late singer among fans and media.

“Most are solidly behind the positive notion that this is a misunderstanding by a few people who took two or three of her songs [out of 3,000 that she recorded] out of context and inflated a story that my Aunt Kathryn must have been a racist,” Andron said.


Attorney General Frosh Announces Multistate Antitrust Lawsuit Against TEVA Pharmaceuticals, 19 other Generic Drug Manufacturers, 15 Individuals in Generic Drug Price-Fixing Conspiracy

Latest Action Marks Second Lawsuit Filed in Ongoing, Expanding Investigation

BALTIMORE, MD (May 12, 2019) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced a multistate lawsuit against Teva Pharmaceuticals and 19 of the nation’s largest generic drug manufacturers, alleging a broad conspiracy to artificially inflate and manipulate prices, reduce competition, and unreasonably restrain trade for more than 100 different generic drugs. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, also names 15 individual senior executives as defendants at the heart of the conspiracy who were responsible for sales, marketing, pricing, and operations. The drugs at issue account for billions of dollars of sales in the United States, and the alleged schemes increased prices affecting the health insurance market, taxpayer-funded healthcare programs like Medicare and Medicaid, and individuals who must pay artificially-inflated prices for their prescription drugs.

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Hollywood Legend Doris Day dies, at 97

Doris Day, the Hollywood icon best known for her work in the late 50s and 60s, has died, her foundation has announced.

Federal judge strikes down Kentucky abortion law

A federal judge on Friday struck down a Kentucky abortion law that would halt a common second-trimester procedure to end pregnancies. The state’s anti-abortion governor immediately vowed to appeal.

U.S. District Judge Joseph H. McKinley Jr. ruled that the 2018 law would create a “substantial obstacle” to a woman’s right to an abortion, violating constitutionally protected privacy rights.

Kentucky’s only abortion clinic challenged the law right after it was signed by Republican Gov. Matt Bevin. A consent order had suspended its enforcement pending the outcome of last year’s trial in which Bevin’s legal team and ACLU attorneys argued the case.

The law takes aim at an abortion procedure known as “dilation and evacuation.” The procedure was used in 537 of 3,312 abortions in Kentucky in 2016, according to state statistics.

McKinley wrote that standard D&E procedures account for virtually all second-trimester abortions in Kentucky. The law would “unduly burden” women seeking the procedure, he said.


Iran's plan for attacking US will fail

Iran’s “Non-Nuke EMP and Swarm” anti-US Fleet attack is doomed to failure as the US deploys its weaponry.

It is a well-known military cautionary adage that: Loose lips sink ships. However, this time the “loose-lips” of a high-ranking cleric in the Iranian government following Israel's alerting the US that there is an escalation in the works, may have warned America of Iran’s exact attack plan against the US Battle Carrier Group in the Persian/Arabian Gulf.

Given the warning, America will have likely already deployed nuclear armed submarines which would respond to any attack against the Carrier Group with an annihilation counter-attack. Hence, the Iranian cleric’s “loose lips” may have very well saved America’s ships.

On May 10 Reuters reported that the “semi-official ISNA news agency quoted hardliner Ayatollah Tabatabai-Nejad in the city of Isfahan as saying: “Their [America’s] billion(-dollar) fleet can be destroyed with one missile. If they attempt any move, they will ... (face) dozens of missiles because at that time ([Iranian]government) officials won’t be in charge to act cautiously, but instead things will be in the hands of our beloved leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei),” he said.”

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Route 50 Shut Down In Pittsville

Due to an accident Westbound Route 50 at Main Street Extended is shut down. 

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