Insecure Machines, Renewable Energy, and Migrant Lawsuit

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In a federal court in Atlanta, Georgia, a lawsuit by election integrity activists has brought to light the vulnerabilities of Dominion voting machines. University of Michigan Professor J. Alex Halderman demonstrated how these machines could be hacked and vote tabulations altered using only a pen. The Halderman Report, which had been hidden from the public for two years by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, confirmed these findings. The plaintiffs argue for the replacement of these insecure machines with secure paper ballots.

Economist Michael Hudson has shed light on the aftermath of Ukraine’s loss in the war and Russia’s conditions for peace. He discusses Russia’s economic strength, the detrimental effects of sanctions on Europe, and the rise of anti-American sentiment. The conversation also explores the potential consequences of a US-Russia war, the vulnerability of Saudi Arabia and Egypt, and the advantages enjoyed by Eurasian countries.

In 2023, Russia became China’s largest oil supplier, selling a record 107.02 million tons of crude. Western sanctions on Russian crude were instrumental in this development, prompting previous buyers to shun Russian oil but China and India were only too happy to take more in. Together, China and India took in some 90% of Russia’s oil exports in 2023.

In a tragic case, a mother whose daughter was allegedly killed and raped by a migrant MS-13 gang member is suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for $100 million. The mother claims that her daughter’s killer was allowed into the country without proper identification by both the DHS and the Department of Health and Human Services.

In a controversial post, Alex Soros, son of George Soros, has been accused of implying an assassination attempt on the 47th President, Donald Trump. Critics argue that such a post from anyone other than a Democrat would result in immediate arrest.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have been promoting the concept of “Disease X” as a global threat. Critics argue that this is a propaganda campaign to support the WEF’s agenda and gain more control over various aspects of society, including food systems, climate change, and public health.

Despite the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting record highs, the stock market may not be as strong as it seems. Only a small segment of the market is responsible for the majority of gains, with stocks like Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia, and Tesla driving the overall market.

A majority of Americans are frustrated with progressive metro areas turning into crime-ridden places due to lenient District Attorneys and open borders. This has led to a decline in President Biden’s popularity and prompted many Americans to leave Democrat-controlled states and move to safer areas in red states.

Financial and geopolitical cycle analyst Martin Armstrong predicts a landslide victory for Donald J. Trump in the 2024 presidential race. Armstrong’s data mining program, Socrates, shows that four out of six models predict a win for Trump, with two of them indicating an overwhelming victory.

Finally, the global supply chain is facing a potential return to rising inflation due to current events in the shipping sector. Attacks on ships in the Red Sea by Houthi militants are causing significant disruptions to vessel capacity and increasing transportation costs.

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