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Sunday 9-10-23

Sunday 9-10-23


Verse(s) for today:


Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honour and power: for thou hast created all things, and for thy pleasure they are and were created.

Revelation 4:11 KJV



…while we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.

2 Corinthians 4:18 KJV



Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, And into his courts with praise: Be thankful unto him, and bless his name.

Psalm 100:4 KJV



This courageous Pro-Life Senator is stopping Biden’s pro-abortion agenda dead in its tracks:

https://prolifepress.com/this-courageous-pro-life-senator-is-stopping-bidens-pro-abortion-agenda-dead-in-its-tracks/

Many politicians claim they are “Pro-Life”, but when the rubber meets the road, they are quick to sellout Pro-Lifers.

But one U.S. Senator has held the line – and Joe Biden is downright furious.

And now, Joe Biden’s abortion-travel dream is going down in flames, thanks to the courageous actions of one Pro-Life Senator.


Tuberville is determined to stop Biden’s radical agenda

Joe Biden wants American taxpayers to fund his pro-abortion agenda whether they want to or not.

But Biden’s taxpayer-funded abortion pipeline in the military is about to see its final days if U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville can help it.


Tuberville warned Biden last year he would hold up every nomination, civilian, and flagship officer until he retracted his pro-abortion policy.

“The one thing a senator can do is stop the wheel from turning, and I hate to do it,” Tuberville said.

He continued “But they are not allowed, according to the constitution, to change this law themselves without running it through Congress,” reported Just The News.


Not backing down now

Of course, Leftists are accusing Tuberville of holding up business . . .

. . . but all he’s doing is stopping a vote on all the nominees at the same time.

And despite criticism, Tuberville is convinced he’s doing the right thing.

“I’ve not changed my mind. I’m doing this for the right reasons,” Tuberville said.

He continued “I’m tired of Pinocchio [President] Joe [Biden] legislating from the White House. They’re not gonna do that on my watch. The people of Alabama have somebody up there that’s going to vote for them. And if we’re going to have some kind of different abortion policy in the military, it’s gonna take a vote on the Senate floor. And if we don’t do that, I’m gonna have these holds for a long, long time,” reported Life News.


A refreshing voice for life

RINO politicians like Nikki Haley and Nancy Mace may claim to be “Pro-Life” . . .

. . . but their anti-life comments tell a different story.

Mace actually criticized the overturning of Roe v. Wade . . .

. . . and Mace hopes by appealing to moderates she’ll move up the political chain.

But Senator Tuberville has proved he’s not afraid of Joe Biden, and he’s proved he’ll do whatever it takes to stop Biden’s radical agenda.


American taxpayers shouldn’t be paying for women to kill their babies.

And although Biden thinks abortion tourism is a “good thing” and having women travel to pro-abortion states is “honorable” – he’s wrong. Not only does he not have the authority to dictate policies, but he thinks he can do whatever he wants and go unchecked. Thankfully, Senator Tuberville has drawn attention to the issue and isn’t making it easy for Biden to hide in the shadows


Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

To help spread the word on the courageous Pro-Life Senator who is stopping Biden dead in his tracks, please take a moment to forward this article to your family and friends.

[Pro-Life Press]


Appeals Court allows Texas to keep Rio Grande barriers in place as legal battle plays out:

https://americandigest.com/appeals-court-allows-texas-to-keep-rio-grande-barriers-in-place-as-legal-battle-plays-out/?

An appeals court granted a temporary stay Thursday that will allow Texas to keep its floating marine barriers in the Rio Grande, the Washington Examiner reported. This came a day after a federal judge had ordered the buoys removed as of Sept. 15.

A federal court had ordered the buoys removed from the river in a decision Wednesday. However, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appealed immediately for the sake of his state and its border security.

Texas has been inundated by illegal immigrants, thanks to President Joe Biden's lax border policies. The Lone Star State is left largely on its own as the federal government refuses to do anything about it.


Abbott has been forced to use several methods to curb illegal immigration, including placing the buoys and razor wire along the river that borders Mexico. Of course, this practice has once again put the Texas Republican in the crosshairs.

In July, a state trooper filed a report stating that these new techniques were harming some border crossers. The report stated that there were injuries and even deaths associated with these new methods, an assertion that gained traction in the national media.


However, officials at the border in Texas are facing record numbers of illegal immigrants and are becoming increasingly desperate, Fox News reported. Border Patrol agents at Eagle Pass, the area where the buoys were installed, recorded 270,000 encounters this fiscal year.

For years, border states have taken the brunt of financial and humanitarian costs associated with illegal immigration. Meanwhile, so-called sanctuary cities and states have paid lip service to their willingness to take all comers.

Now, that mindset is rapidly changing as places like New York City are finally forced to make good on those promises. Democratic New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently warned that the influx of migrants will "destroy New York City," in a complete reversal of his previous stance about illegal immigration, the Daily Wire reported.


In a move that nobody saw coming, even the ladies of "The View" are conceding that migrants should be "resettled elsewhere" as the city is brought to its knees by the influx. Joy Behar asked her fellow hosts whether Adams's claim that there were "100,000 migrants in New York City now and people keep coming" was enough to justify turning people away.


Of course, they piled on Adams and excused the problem as being related to climate change, war, and whatever else rather than pointing the finger at Biden for his open-borders policy. Sunny Hostin said illegal immigration is due to people fleeing "war-torn" countries to come to the U.S.

She complained that "this country with its big Statue of Liberty, ‘give me your weak,’ and all of this is supposed to the country that accepts people" is now struggling to handle them. Hostin also said she was "disappointed in Mayor Adams."


Ana Navarro dismissed the gravity of the situation of a porous southern border and proposed "cooperation" over practical solutions like a border wall or river buoys. "This is not a federal problem," Navarro claimed.

"This is not an American problem. This is a regional problem. This is a world problem," she continued. "What we need is legislation. We need cooperation with other countries… so not everybody comes to the United States," Navarro said. "They [illegal immigrants] need to be resettled elsewhere."


Everyone agrees that something needs to be done to stem the tide of people flooding into the U.S. illegally, as Biden lets it happen. Perhaps the buoys are controversial, but desperate times call for desperate measures.

[American Digest]


North Dakota man sentenced to 5 years in prison for running over, killing teen who he deemed to be a 'Republican extremist':

https://www.theblaze.com/news/shannon-brandt-cayler-ellingson-murder-prison

A North Dakota man was sentenced to prison for running over and killing a teen who he deemed to be a "Republican extremist."

Shannon Brandt, of Glenfield, North Dakota, was initially charged with criminal vehicular homicide. The charge was later upgraded to murder. Brandt, 42, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in May. He was also charged with leaving the scene of the fatality, but it was dismissed in a plea deal.

Brandt was sentenced to five years in state prison for the death of an 18-year-old. A state district court judge gave Brandt credit for nearly a year already served.

Following the prison sentence, Brandt will then serve three years' supervised probation and a yearlong suspension of his driver's license.


In September 2022, Brandt attended a street dance in McHenry, North Dakota. There was an alleged argument that escalated, according to a police report.

Brandt called 911 and informed the emergency dispatcher that he had used his SUV to mow down 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson, according to the affidavit. Brandt allegedly told the dispatcher that he ran over Ellingson because he believed him to be a "Republican extremist," who purportedly felt was threatening him. Police said there is no evidence that Ellingson was a conservative.


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Brandt had reportedly left the crime scene in his vehicle before contacting authorities.

Brandt allegedly told the 911 dispatcher, "I hit him and I didn’t mean to, and he’s subdued, I was scared to death, but he’s subdued, he can’t do anything to me now."


Brandt purportedly continued, "I almost, oh god, I almost just run away but I thought jeez obviously if it was a total accident I wouldn’t be scared but I know it was more than that."

Brandt reportedly told the 911 dispatcher that Ellingson "wouldn't let him leave" and the teen called someone and said "something to the effect of you're going to have to come here and handle him."

Ellingson's final call with his mother was at 2:42 a.m., when he said "something to the effect of they are after me or he is after me," and the phone call dropped, according to the affidavit.

Prosecutor Kara Brinster said Brandt's vehicle ran over his torso and legs. An autopsy determined Ellingson was on the ground when he was fatally injured, according to court documents.


Brandt was arrested at his home in Glenfield, and officers found him "visibly intoxicated," according to the affidavit.

Brandt admitted to drinking before the deadly incident, according to police.

Brandt’s lawyer, Mark Friese, told Valley News Live after the sentencing, "Shannon is pleased that the matter is concluded and hopes those affected can begin to heal."

Ellingson’s mother, Sheri Ellingson, said during the trial, "Shannon, you took a piece of our family that’s not replaceable. When you chose to take Cayler’s life and happiness you took ours too. You have caused our family endless pain, heartache, sleepless nights. Our days, months, and years will never be the same because of your selfishness."


Brandt told the courtroom before his sentencing, "I'm here to take responsibility for the role I played in this tragedy. I’m very sorry to the Ellingson family, my family, and anybody else that has been affected by my actions. I have always enjoyed seeing the Ellingsons and would never have intentionally caused harm to any of them. I am truly devastated by the impact this has had on the entire community."

[The BLAZE Media]



The 'Climate Emergency' Is a Hoax:

1. The 'Climate Emergency' Is a Hoax

2. https://www.theepochtimes.com/science/over-1600-scientists-sign-no-climate-emergency-declaration-5482554


3. https://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&type=E211US1494G0&p=There+is+no+Climate+Emergency

  • · More than 1,600 scientists, including two Nobel laureates, have signed a declaration saying that "There is no climate emergency." The declaration is unlikely to get any attention from the mainstream media, unfortunately, but it is important for people to know about: the mass climate hysteria and the destruction of the US economy in the name of climate change need to stop.

  • · "Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific," states the declaration signed by the 1,609 scientists, including Nobel laureates John F. Clauser from the US and Ivar Giaever from Norway/US.

  • · "Climate policy relies on inadequate models Climate models have many shortcomings and are not remotely plausible as policy tools. They... ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial... There is no statistical evidence that global warming is intensifying hurricanes, floods, droughts and suchlike natural disasters, or making them more frequent." — 1,609 scientists, There is no Climate Emergency, clintel.org.

  • · "I was taught that you tell the whole truth [as a scientist]...." Koonin said. He noted as well the immorality of asking the developing world to cut down emissions, when so many do not even have access to electricity and the immorality of scaring the younger generations.... — Steven E. Koonin, former Undersecretary for Science at the U.S. Department of Energy; current professor at New York University, fellow at the Hoover Institution, and author of Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn't, and Why It Matters. — Hoover Institution, August 15, 2023.

  • · Of course it would be helpful to research what can be done to relieve the problems brought about by man, such as the "hole in the ozone layer," which is now closing, but climate change is not an apocalyptic emergency and needs to be attended to without bringing devastation to the hundreds of millions of people already in extreme poverty.

  • · The Biden administration, however, appears not to be concerned about the widespread poverty and massive starvation that will be caused by the unavailability of cheap and reliable energy in underdeveloped countries, or the inflation caused by the skyrocketing prices that are crushing Americans "barely able to afford one meal a day".

  • · These are man-made problems, created by importing expensive (nearing $100 a barrel again) -- often dirtier -- oil from adversaries of the United States, such as Russia and Venezuela, instead of extracting it far less expensively at home.

  • · The Biden administration also does not seem concerned that it is killing wildlife, sea life and the fishing industry by installing offshore wind turbines along the Atlantic seaboard, or that mandating electric vehicles will throw virtually the entire auto maintenance industry out of work (EVs do not need routine maintenance), or that lithium batteries not only explode but cost thousands of dollars to replace. The administration even wants military equipment, such as tanks, to be electric, as if there were charging stations in the middle of foreign deserts in the event of a conflict. Moreover, according to NBC News, volcanoes, unimpressed with executive orders, "Dwarf Humans for CO2 Emissions."

  • · The Biden administration does not even bother to act on its own climate findings: In March, the White House released a report about the impact of climate change on the US economy. "Its findings undermine any claims of an ongoing climate crisis or imminent catastrophe" Koonin wrote in July. "The report's authors should be commended for honestly delivering likely unwelcome messages.... Exaggerating the magnitude, urgency and certainty of the climate threat encourages ill-considered policies that could be more disruptive and expensive than any change in the climate itself." — Steven E. Koonin, Wall Street Journal, July 6, 2023.

  • · Never mind that much of climate change is apparently caused by sun flares, about which we can do nothing, and which, unlike commercial industries, do not offer grants; or that major wildfires are, ironically, exacerbated by "environmentalists" for refusing to let tinderbox brush be cleared lest the creatures there be disturbed other than by a wildfire.

  • · Climate expert Bjørn Lomborg suggests that the trillions of dollars needed to address climate change might be put to better use:

  • · "This isn't an argument to do nothing but just to be smarter. To ensure we can transition from fossil fuels, we need to ramp up research and development to innovate down the price of green energy. We should invest across all options including fusion, fission, storage, biofuel and other sources."

  • · "Only when green energy is cheaper than fossil fuels will the world be able and willing to make the transition. Otherwise, today's energy prices are just a taste of things to come."

"Climate models have many shortcomings and are not remotely plausible as policy tools. They... ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial... There is no statistical evidence that global warming is intensifying hurricanes, floods, droughts and suchlike natural disasters, or making them more frequent." — From the declaration, "There is no Climate Emergency," signed by 1,609 scientists. (Image source: iStock)

More than 1,600 scientists, including two Nobel laureates, have signed a declaration saying that "There is no climate emergency." The declaration is unlikely to get any attention from the mainstream media, unfortunately, but it is important for people to know about: the mass climate hysteria and the destruction of the US economy in the name of climate change need to stop.

"Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific," states the declaration signed by the 1,609 scientists, including Nobel laureates John F. Clauser from the US and Ivar Giaever from Norway/US.

The statement adds:

"Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures...

"Climate policy relies on inadequate models

  • · Climate models have many shortcomings and are not remotely plausible as policy tools. They... ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial... There is no statistical evidence that global warming is intensifying hurricanes, floods, droughts and suchlike natural disasters, or making them more frequent." — 1,609 scientists, There is no Climate Emergency, clintel.org.

  • · "I was taught that you tell the whole truth [as a scientist]...." Koonin said. He noted as well the immorality of asking the developing world to cut down emissions, when so many do not even have access to electricity and the immorality of scaring the younger generations.... — Steven E. Koonin, former Undersecretary for Science at the U.S. Department of Energy; current professor at New York University, fellow at the Hoover Institution, and author of Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn't, and Why It Matters. — Hoover Institution, August 15, 2023.

  • · Of course it would be helpful to research what can be done to relieve the problems brought about by man, such as the "hole in the ozone layer," which is now closing, but climate change is not an apocalyptic emergency and needs to be attended to without bringing devastation to the hundreds of millions of people already in extreme poverty.

  • · The Biden administration, however, appears not to be concerned about the widespread poverty and massive starvation that will be caused by the unavailability of cheap and reliable energy in underdeveloped countries, or the inflation caused by the skyrocketing prices that are crushing Americans "barely able to afford one meal a day".

  • · These are man-made problems, created by importing expensive (nearing $100 a barrel again) -- often dirtier -- oil from adversaries of the United States, such as Russia and Venezuela, instead of extracting it far less expensively at home.

  • · The Biden administration also does not seem concerned that it is killing wildlife, sea life and the fishing industry by installing offshore wind turbines along the Atlantic seaboard, or that mandating electric vehicles will throw virtually the entire auto maintenance industry out of work (EVs do not need routine maintenance), or that lithium batteries not only explode but cost thousands of dollars to replace. The administration even wants military equipment, such as tanks, to be electric, as if there were charging stations in the middle of foreign deserts in the event of a conflict. Moreover, according to NBC News, volcanoes, unimpressed with executive orders, "Dwarf Humans for CO2 Emissions."

  • · The Biden administration does not even bother to act on its own climate findings: In March, the White House released a report about the impact of climate change on the US economy. "Its findings undermine any claims of an ongoing climate crisis or imminent catastrophe" Koonin wrote in July. "The report's authors should be commended for honestly delivering likely unwelcome messages.... Exaggerating the magnitude, urgency and certainty of the climate threat encourages ill-considered policies that could be more disruptive and expensive than any change in the climate itself." — Steven E. Koonin, Wall Street Journal, July 6, 2023.

  • · Never mind that much of climate change is apparently caused by sun flares, about which we can do nothing, and which, unlike commercial industries, do not offer grants; or that major wildfires are, ironically, exacerbated by "environmentalists" for refusing to let tinderbox brush be cleared lest the creatures there be disturbed other than by a wildfire.

  • · Climate expert Bjørn Lomborg suggests that the trillions of dollars needed to address climate change might be put to better use:

  • · "This isn't an argument to do nothing but just to be smarter. To ensure we can transition from fossil fuels, we need to ramp up research and development to innovate down the price of green energy. We should invest across all options including fusion, fission, storage, biofuel and other sources."

  • · "Only when green energy is cheaper than fossil fuels will the world be able and willing to make the transition. Otherwise, today's energy prices are just a taste of things to come."

  • · More than 1,600 scientists, including two Nobel laureates, have signed a declaration saying that "There is no climate emergency." The declaration is unlikely to get any attention from the mainstream media, unfortunately, but it is important for people to know about: the mass climate hysteria and the destruction of the US economy in the name of climate change need to stop.

  • · "Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific," states the declaration signed by the 1,609 scientists, including Nobel laureates John F. Clauser from the US and Ivar Giaever from Norway/US.

  • The statement adds:

  • · "Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures...

  • · "The geological archive reveals that Earth's climate has varied as long as the planet has existed, with natural cold and warm phases. The Little Ice Age ended as recently as 1850. Therefore, it is no surprise that we now are experiencing a period of warming.

"Warming is far slower than predicted...

  • · "The gap between the real world and the modeled world tells us that we are far from understanding climate change.

  • · "Climate policy relies on inadequate models Climate models have many shortcomings and are not remotely plausible as policy tools. They do not only exaggerate the effect of greenhouse gases, they also ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial...

  • · "Global warming has not increased natural disasters There is no statistical evidence that global warming is intensifying hurricanes, floods, droughts and suchlike natural disasters, or making them more frequent. However, there is ample evidence that CO2 mitigation measures are as damag­ing as they are costly.

  • · "Climate policy must respect scientific and economic realities There is no climate emergency. Therefore, there is no cause for panic and alarm. We strongly oppose the harmful and unrealistic net-zero CO2 policy proposed for 2050. Go for adaptation instead of mitigation; adaptation works whatever the causes are."

  • · Professor Steven Koonin, former Undersecretary for Science at the U.S. Department of Energy under the Obama administration, current professor at New York University, and fellow at the Hoover Institution, authored the 2021 bestseller, Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn't, and Why It Matters. In it, he states that what the largely unreadable (for laymen) and complicated science reports say on climate change is completely distorted by the time their contents are filtered through a long line of summary reports of the research by the media and the politicians.

  • · "There are abundant opportunities to get things wrong – both accidentally and on purpose – as the information goes through filter after filter to be packaged for various audiences... It's not only the public that is ill-informed about what, the science, says about climate..."

Koonin adds:

"Government and UN press releases and summaries do not accurately reflect the reports themselves... Distinguished climate experts (including report authors themselves) are embarrassed by some media portrayals of the science."

In a recent interview, Koonin noted that his colleagues' reactions to his book had been that he should not be telling the public or the politicians the truth about climate change.

"I was taught that you tell the whole truth [as a scientist]. And you let the politicians make the value judgments and the cost effectiveness trade-offs and so on," Koonin said. He noted as well the immorality of asking the developing world to cut down emissions when so many do not even have access to electricity, and the immorality of scaring the younger generations: 84% of American teenagers believing, as of January 2022, that if climate change is not addressed, "it will be too late for future generations, making some part of the planet unlivable."

Of course it would be helpful to research what can be done to relieve the problems brought about by man, such as the "hole in the ozone layer," which is now closing, but climate change is not an apocalyptic emergency and needs to be attended to without bringing devastation to the hundreds of millions of people already in extreme poverty.

The Biden administration, however, appears not to be concerned about the widespread poverty and massive starvation that will be caused by the unavailability of cheap and reliable energy in underdeveloped countries, or the inflation caused by the skyrocketing prices that are crushing Americans "barely able to afford one meal a day".

These are man-made problems, created by importing expensive (nearing $100 a barrel again) -- often dirtier -- oil from adversaries of the United States, such as Russia and Venezuela, instead of extracting it far less expensively at home. The Biden administration also does not seem concerned that so long as China and India keep burning coal – the Chinese Communist Party is permitting two new coal-power plants a week, easily cancelling out whatever benefits the US might be providing, and reportedly exceeding "all developed nations combined" in carbon emissions.

The Biden administration also does not seem concerned that it is killing wildlife, sea life and the fishing industry by installing offshore wind turbines along the Atlantic seaboard, or that mandating electric vehicles will throw virtually the entire auto maintenance industry out of work (EVs do not need routine maintenance), or that lithium batteries not only explode but cost thousands of dollars to replace. The administration even wants military equipment, such as tanks, to be electric, as if there were charging stations in the middle of foreign deserts in the event of a conflict. Moreover, according to NBC News, volcanoes, unimpressed with executive orders, "Dwarf Humans for CO2 Emissions."

The Biden administration does not even bother to act on its own climate findings: In March, the White House released a report about the impact of climate change on the US economy. "Its findings undermine any claims of an ongoing climate crisis or imminent catastrophe" Koonin wrote in July.

"The report's authors should be commended for honestly delivering likely unwelcome messages, even if they didn't make a show of it. The rest of the Biden administration and its climate-activist allies should moderate their apocalyptic rhetoric and cancel the climate crisis accordingly. Exaggerating the magnitude, urgency and certainty of the climate threat encourages ill-considered policies that could be more disruptive and expensive than any change in the climate itself."

But facts will not stop the Biden administration from forging ahead with its radical policies: "I don't think anybody can deny the impact of the climate crisis anymore," Biden, commenting on Hurricane Idalia, told reporters at the White House on August 30. "Just look around. Historic floods. I mean, historic floods. More intense droughts, extreme heat, significant wildfires have caused significant damage."

Never mind that much of climate change is apparently caused by sun flares, about which we can do nothing, and which, unlike commercial industries, do not offer grants; or that major wildfires are, ironically, exacerbated by "environmentalists" for refusing to let tinderbox brush be cleared lest the creatures there be disturbed other than by a wildfire.

Climate expert Bjørn Lomborg suggests that the trillions of dollars needed to address climate change might be put to better use:

"This isn't an argument to do nothing but just to be smarter. To ensure we can transition from fossil fuels, we need to ramp up research and development to innovate down the price of green energy. We should invest across all options including fusion, fission, storage, biofuel and other sources.

"Only when green energy is cheaper than fossil fuels will the world be able and willing to make the transition. Otherwise, today's energy prices are just a taste of things to come."

Robert Williams is a researcher based in the United States.

[By: Robert Williams]

[September 10, 2023]


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Dr Trozzi:

Million March For Children:

https://drtrozzi.org/2023/09/10/dr-trozzi-million-march-for-children/

Dr Trozzi | Million March For Children

A short video message about the sexualization and destruction of our children in schools, and my invitation for you to join us September 20th.

People of all colors and faiths are coming together to end sexualization, perversion and mutilation of our children. Here is my brief exposition of the issues, and an invitation to join me and others marching September 20th across Canada and around the world.

https://drtrozzi.org/2023/09/10/dr-trozzi-million-march-for-children/

[Dr Mark Trozzi]


Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors: Rumors:


This is just ‘Informational’ and YOU

must make up YOUR OWN MIND!

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