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Trump Mentions 'Super Duper Missiles,' Pentagon Confirms Development Of Hypersonic Weapons

(Daily Wire) — President Donald Trump made an odd reference during an Oval Office ceremony Friday afternoon. The ceremony took place to unveil the official flag of the U.S. Space Force (USSF), but while speaking to reporters, Trump made an odd reference to a "super duper missile."

Fox News' Alex Pappas reported that Trump was highlighting the United States' building of "incredible military equipment."

"We have – I call it the super duper missile," the president said, "and I heard the other night 17 times faster than what they have right now, when you take the fastest missile we have right now," Trump said, adding, "You've heard Russia has five times and China's working on five or six times, we have one 17 times and it's just gotten the go-ahead."

Because it was unclear to what Trump was referring with his "times" remarks, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany directed reporters to the Pentagon. Later on Friday, Defense Department spokesman Jonathan Rath Hoffman confirmed that the department "is working on developing a range of hypersonic missiles to counter our adversaries."

As Pappas reported, USSF is the “first new U.S. military branch in 72 years.”
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Here's All That's Left Of Iranian Navy Ship
Struck By Missile In Friendly Fire Tragedy

(The Drive/War Zone) — Details still remain limited at this time, but what we know is that an Iranian live-fire naval training event went horribly wrong in the Gulf of Oman when one of the country's own naval vessels was struck by an anti-ship cruise missile on Sunday. The mistake has killed at least 19 Iranian sailors and wounded 15 more. A support ship named Konarak was placing targets for other ships to use for the exercise when the missile, a C-802 Noor, made a direct hit on the vessel.

Images show the vessel's entire upper structure obliterated by the inadvertent strike.

Below is what the Konarak looked like in better days. Note the ship can be equipped with drones and its own anti-ship missiles. Iran often bolts on these types of modular capabilities to auxiliary craft for testing and to increase its number of missionized hulls as it sees fit.

The launching warship is said to have been the Moudge class frigate Jamaran. The ship, which was put into service just a decade ago, is one of Iran's most advanced surface combatants and packs a quartet of C-802 Noors, which is a derivative of the very common YJ-83 Chinese radar-guided anti-ship missiles with a range of roughly 65 miles.
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 Elise Stefanik Asks Feds To Investigate
Cuomo's 'failed' Nursing Home Policy

(Fox News) — Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., is demanding a federal probe into New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's policy to send recovering coronavirus patients back to nursing homes and related concerns that deaths at the facilities are being knowingly under-counted.

The state estimates that more than 5,000 nursing home and longterm-care facility patients have died from coronavirus, but a new report says New York could be drastically under-reporting the deaths – prompting Stefanik and fellow GOP lawmakers urge the investigation.

"Today I joined my [New York GOP] colleagues in the House to call for a federal investigation of Cuomo's failed nursing home policies," Stefanik tweeted Friday.

"NOW they admit they unethically changed the way they report nursing home deaths. An INEXCUSABLE tragedy for NY – NEED ANSWERS."

In taking aim at the Democratic governor, Stefanik linked to a Daily Caller report published Friday that found New York is knowingly under-reporting the number of nursing home patients who died from the virus.
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 The Opening Ceremony Of The World's Largest Tunnel Was A Bizarre Occult Ritual

(Vigilant Reports) — Attended by Europe's most powerful people, the opening ceremony of the Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland was a dark, disturbing, weirdly satanic ritual. Here's a look at another celebration of the occult elite.

Measuring over 57 km and costing over 11 billion Euros, the Gotthard Base Tunnel is world's longest and most expensive tunneling project in History. Going through the Swiss Alps, the tunnel took 17 years to complete and is said to be a symbol of European unification in a context of rising nationalism and closing borders.

To celebrate the inauguration of this tunnel, an elaborate ceremony was presented in front of European dignitaries such as Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, President Francois Hollande of France and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. While most would expect an upbeat, celebratory ceremony, guests were rather treated to a disturbing show orchestrated by German director Volker Hesse, where a man dressed as a goat presided a strange ritual.

As I discussed in my article on the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics, the occult elite enjoys putting on full display its agenda and philosophy symbolic, dramatic displays which are reminiscent of dramas re-enacted in secret society rituals.
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Newly Unearthed Video Shows
'Morning Joe' Scarborough Joking About Dead Intern

(Trending Politics) — Former Republican congressman Joe Scarborough is a man who continues to be haunted by his past and a recently unearthed video will do little to nail the coffin lid closed.

In a recently unearthed video clip from 2003 that will be soon targeted for termination with extreme prejudice by the big tech censors, Scarborough jokes about the dead intern who was found in his office with Don Imus.

In 2001 when the MSNBC host of namesake anti-Trump hatefest "Morning Joe" was still a young congressman in Florida, the body of 28-year-old Lori Klausutis was discovered in Scarborough's Ft. Walton Beach office.

Despite controversy, Klausutis's death was attributed to an "diagnosed" heart condition that caused her to pass out and hit her head on a desk, killing her.
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Judge Orders Massachusetts Gun Shops To Reopen,
But Imposes Unfair Restrictions

(PJ Media) — Gun shops in Massachusetts are officially open after a federal judge found that state officials overstepped their bounds by ordering their businesses closed and deemed non-essential.

U.S. District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock ordered gun shops to be opened and said Governor Charlie Baker's order to close gun shops without an explanation of the reason created an "improper burden," according to The Boston Globe.

The order comes with limitations, however, that some gun shop owners still find burdensome: limiting their customers to four per hour and all must have an appointment. They are required to practice social distancing, wear masks, and stay six feet apart, according to the order handed down last Thursday.

This is in contrast to how other retailers like Walmart are allowed to operate and this makes the gun shop owners upset.
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 Physicians Slap Whitmer With A
Coronavirus-Related Lawsuit

(Townhall) — Grand Health Partners, Wellston Medical Center, Primary Health Services and patient Jeffery Gulick on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D), State Attorney General Dana Nessel and State Health Director Robert Gordon over the state's stay-at-home order.

According to the plaintiffs, Whitmer has continually extended her stay-at-home order to "flatten the curve" from the Wuhan coronavirus. The group believes Whitmer continually extending her stay-at-home order – without approval from the state legislature – infringes upon individual rights and liberties.

"Many decisions made in immediate response to protect against the COVID19 threat and the dire, potential public health crisis resulted in severe restrictions on the rights and liberties of both private individuals and businesses," the lawsuit states. "Michigan was no exception."

The plaintiffs also believe Michigan has succeeded in flattening the curve, a sign that so-called "elective" medical procedures can continue.
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Federal Judge Blocks NC Restrictions On
 Indoor Church Services, Ruling Says

(WYFF-4) — A federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order, allowing North Carolina churches to hold indoor services, according to court documents.

Under Phase 1 of reopening, Gov. Roy Cooper said church services could be held outdoors with no more than 10 people, and social distancing was required.

Several churches and pastors filed a federal lawsuit Thursday challenging those restrictions, arguing the limits violated their rights to worship freely.

Saturday, U.S. District Judge James Dever III granted a temporary restraining order for the restrictions.

In the court order, Judge Dever said “plaintiffs have established that (1) they are likely to succeed on the merits of their claim that the assembly for religious worship provisions in EO 138 violates their rights under the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment; (2) they are likely to suffer irreparable harm absent a temporary restraining order; (3) the balance of the equities tips in their favor; and (4) a temporary restraining order is in the public interest.”
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