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The Drones Take Aim Against USA Really as Political Wars Heat Up

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Aaaand we’re back from another weekend! Did you miss us? I surely hope so. Welcome everyone to our USA Really daily podcast for October 29. Monday’s podcasts are always nice and full, with a look at some of the highlights from the weekend as well as the freshest news landing down on our pages today.

And for our usual listeners, well, you know we have some important announcements for your ears first, so here we go.

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Let’s kick things off with our opinion piece, which is another one by Jeffrey Silverman, one of our popular regular authors. The piece is entitled, “It Is Now Autumn, Called “Fall” in the US — No Room 4-Political Debate.” Silverman’s opening paragraphs serve as a fitting sound bite for the piece. He writes: “Keeping up with what is going on in the US is easier at times from a safe distance, as when you are too close to something you cannot see clearly, like shoving a paper to your nose and trying to read it. But you can see more clearly from a safe distance what the US is doing to other countries than what it is doing to itself and to its own citizens. What makes me see RED is all the “rigmarole” over upcoming US elections, and what immediately comes to mind as a “pet peeve” is basically how everybody is being forced to choose only one of two political extremes, each of the two main parties insisting its adherents believe only one way about absolutely everything they do and think. Perhaps they are only doing it to themselves, using social media, which exists due to relatively recent technological advances to quickly spread their singular and agenda-driven ideologies. Who is behind the rapidly increasing polarization of singular thinking? Are there sinister forces hidden within the government as many are suspecting? Is the President of the US really at the very top of the "powers that be" pyramid?” Well, if you’re interested in how Silverman will answer these questions and what you could learn along the way, be sure to check out this piece!

And on with the news!

First, we’ve got a “This Weekend in History” piece with several interesting dates for you. The Cuban Missile Crisis came to an end on October 28, 1962. That seems like a date worth remembering. And we’ve got our “This Day in History” piece for today. A big event for this day was Cassius Clay’s first professional win on this day in 1960. Y’all know who Cassius Clay is? I sure hope so! It’s boxing legend Muhammad Ali. “Clay was as fast as lightning... I tried every trick I knew to throw at him off balance but he was just too good” said the defeated Tunney Hunsaker after the Louisville, Kentucky fight. Of course there’re more details there and more events, so head on over to the piece to check it all out.

As you all know by now, Brett Kavanaugh has taken office, but did you know, now one of his accusers is under fire? In particular, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has referred Julie Swetnick, who made sexual misconduct accusations last month against Kavanaugh, and her lawyer Michael Avenatti to the Justice Department for criminal investigation, saying they “knowingly mislead the committee” about Kavanaugh, and calling for a probe “relating to a potential conspiracy to provide materially false statements to Congress and obstruct a congressional committee investigation.” Of course, the creepy porn lawyer is fighting back on Twitter, which always makes for some entertaining news. How far will this go? Will the Supreme Court, with Kavanaugh on it, eventually hear this case? I would imagine that’s a conflict of interest, but I’m no legal expert. Whatever the case, this case is sure to get grimy.

And we told you before about how Megyn Kelly got axed from her NBC job for absolutely ridiculous charges of racism. Well, USA Really has been on the ball and is trying to get the renowned journalist onto our team. USA Really head Alexander Malkevich even took off for America, where he hopes to meet with Mrs. Kelly and make her an offer she can’t refuse. USA Really is confident her salary can significantly rise with us, so will she take it? We’ll be sure to keep you posted.

And for more USA Really news—well, you’ve heard several times now about how our social media pages are constantly under attack. Well, the mindless  drones have now stepped things up, and our site itself is now their aim. The USA Really website has been blocked by the host-provider due to an anonymous complaint received from “a journalist from the U.K.”! The complaint reads, “I was wondering if you could tell me if Server4You hosts the domain USAReally.com? And if so, are you aware that USA Really’s chief financial officer was just indicted by the Department of Justice in America for allegedly defrauding the U.S.?” which refers to Elena Khusyaynova, who we’ve told you about before. Well, hey, at least these turds are keeping things interesting for us, right?

And another piece from over the weekend is seeeeriously screwed up: “Two Florida girls wanted to kill classmates, go to hell.” Yup, basically an 11 and 12-year-old had several knives on them and were waiting in the school bathroom and kill all their classmates. They even said they wanted to drink their blood and then commit suicide and go to hell. Thankfully, they were discovered by a teacher before they could cause any harm. But dang, how could such young girls be so disturbed already? I literally cannot understand it. All we can do is pray for them at this point. They need healing.

And of course the bomb packages sent to all those famous libs is all the talk of the town. I’ve seen that they had no postmarks and were all delivered at basically the same time… Something fishy going on there. Well, our piece, “This Package Is Just a Blast! Who Really Wants to Blow Up America Before the Elections?” has all the details for you. What’s up with this Cesar Sayoc guy? And have you noticed that outlets like CNN are intentionally lightening his skin tone in the pictures they show? They want to push the idea that he’s a white terrorist. That’s the Democrats for you. This whole thing is probably due to the heated political war going on. One side is race-obsessed and looks for every opportunity to vilify white people just for being white or just for being Republican. This is almost certainly the case here.

And then there’s the terrible tragedy of the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh. Sadly, a gunman opened fire inside a synagogue Saturday morning, killing eleven people and injuring six others, including four police officers. The Anti-Defamation League, an international Jewish non-governmental organization based in the United States described the incident as "likely the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the history of the United States.” The suspect, Robert Bowers, has a history of making anti-Semitic remarks online. “HIAS,” a national Jewish group, “likes to bring invaders in that kill our people," the shooter wrote hours before the shooting. “I can’t sit by and watch my people get slaughtered. Screw your optics, I’m going in.” Of course, hatred and murder are always terrible things and need to be condemned, as the president unequivocally has done. This one sorta hits home for me moreso, as I have some good friends from college from Squirrel Hill. I’ve visited there. It’s a nice place, and it’s terrible to think about this going on there. Lord have mercy!

Then we’ve got a second piece on the shooting, giving you all the most up-to-date details on the matter.

And two people won BIG in Powerball on Saturday, sharing the $688 million plot. Of course, federal, state, and local taxes will take a fat slice out of that. But hey, even if they end up with like $100 million each, that’s nothing to sneeze at! The tickets were sold in Iowa and New York, although the winners haven’t come forth yet. Hopefully they can manage to manage their newfound wealth once they collect, and not become another sad case of those who get rich quick and then descend into the depths of debauchery and eventually destitution.

And for our last piece of the day, do you remember when we told you about a man who was shot in his own apartment by a female police officer? Yeah, she apparently was tired and mistook his apartment for hers, so when she entered and found an “intruder” she shot him several times. The poor guy, Botham Jean, died. A federal lawsuit was filed on Friday, claiming that the policewoman, Amber Guyger, used excessive force when shooting this poor man. If the story is legit, it was an accident, though an awful, terrible accident, and I do hope the victim’s family can see some justice.              

And that brings us to the end of our first podcast of the week. As always, thanks for listening, thanks for reading, and keep it right here for all the news you need to know.

 

Author: USA Really