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Show Notes: Escape From Baltimore

John Carpenter thought New York would be walled up and the first open air prison city.  Maybe Baltimore is the first.

Ninth Busiest Port in US Closed By Bridge Collapse

According to Breitbart News, there were reportedly serious problems with the MV Dali prior to the crash. Its power went out a few minutes beforehand.

“Now the BBC notes ‘an unclassified memo’ from the U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) states it has confirmed the ship ‘lost propulsion’ before hitting the bridge,” the report stated.

Per a video clip from WRAL, it appears the ship’s lights went off and on before it rammed into a section of the bridge:

Huge Economic Impact

It was the first in terms of the volume of automobiles and light trucks (including 847,158 cars and light trucks), heavy farm and construction machinery, imported sugar, and imported gypsum, the governor’s office said in a statement last year.



Have No Fear MFume is HERE!

“You’re absolutely right, Joy. This whole notion is being revisited. Most people would say, technically, that there were plenty of regulations in place. These ships are brought down the bay with a, quote, pilot who has to go through seven years of training before they can guide ships out by directing the captain or the navigator of the ship. And there were, at some point, tugboats moving the ship initially out of the harbor. But even Secretary Buttigieg will tell you that you can never have enough regulations when human life and property is at risk, and in this instance, where the vital lifeline, economic lifeline, of an entire state is at risk.”

Escape From Baltimore

The ruling regime is just shutting the city down.

The radical leftists in control of Baltimore City Hall have plunged the metro area just north of Washington, DC, into apocalyptic levels. We advise readers to entirely avoid the metro area as violent crime spirals out of control.

Failed social justice reforms, defunding the police, and widespread mistrust of the police have resulted in a skeleton police force that will no longer be able to protect residents in some regions of the city.

Fox Baltimore reported last Tuesday that only three police officers were on duty for the Southern Police District, which includes more than 61,000 residents.

Several radio transmissions of a police dispatcher pleaded for additional officers as 911 calls came pouring in. At least ten calls went unanswered in a matter of minutes.

“You are endangering the lives of police officers on duty and what that does is endanger the lives of the citizens,” said Betsy Smith with the National Police Association.

Budget Betrayal – No Surprises There


Attack In Russia

Russia on Saturday said it had arrested 11 people — including four gunmen — over the attack on a Moscow concert hall claimed by the Islamic State, as the death toll rose to 115.

Russian President Vladimir Putin was yet to comment publicly on the attack and Moscow has not addressed the Islamic State’s claim of responsibility, even as some lawmakers pointed to a possible Ukraine connection.

Camouflaged gunmen opened fire at the packed Crocus City Hall in Moscow’s northern suburb of Krasnogorsk on Friday evening ahead of a concert by Soviet-era rock band Piknik in the deadliest attack in Russia for at least a decade.

Election Fraud:  Voters Get Chance to Remove Zuckerbucks in Wisconsin

Badger State voters have the opportunity on Tuesday, April 2 to kill the snake of private funding in election administration, which consumed the 2020 elections under cover of Covid thanks in large part to the “generous” donations of Facebook founder and conservative speech silencer Mark Zuckerberg. 

In the months leading up to the 2020 presidential election, a Chicago-based, leftist “election reform” organization with ties to the Obama Foundation rained money down on local election offices in election-deciding swing states. 

The Center for Tech & Civic Life claimed the $350 million-plus it had received from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Pricilla Chan, was intended for election “safety” grants around the country. CTCL insisted the money was not distributed to election offices on a “partisan basis.” But as it turned out, the lion’s share of the $10 million in CTCL grants to Badger State communities went to the so-called “Wisconsin Five,”  the largest Democrat strongholds — Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, and Racine. 

More Evidence of Michigan Coverup Discovered in FOIA

RFK Jr VP Pick A Mattress Girl?

Wall Street Journal reported she had an affair with Elawn, so Google founder husband Brin divorced her.

Does she have a solid record for truth?  Guess she doesn’t like anti-vaxxers/

‘Not an anti-vaxxer’

Shanahan has previously said she supports Kennedy, 70, in part because of his environmental advocacy and for his stance on vaccines and children’s health.

“I do wonder about vaccine injuries,” she told The Times. While stressing that she is “not an anti-vaxxer,” Shanahan said, “There needs to be a space to have these conversations.” In the interview with Newsweek, she characterized Kennedy’s false claims about vaccines as an effort to raise awareness about “vaccine safety” while again pushing back on the label “anti-vaxxer.”

Dirt Bag Gilligan Look A Like Judge Engoron Issues Bond In Trump Case

And while there’s a lot to be said about the dubious nature of the charges being brought against him, the point has been driven home by the recent decision by a New York appeals court to reduce Trump’s bond in his civil fraud trial from $454 million to $175 million. Or rather, the issue is what no one is saying about this case: It’s such complete bunk that no one among the legion of Trump’s critics in and out of the corporate media is even trying to defend this case on the merits.

In addition to reducing the size of Trump’s bond, the appeals court also threw out Engoron’s ruling barring Trump from serving as an officer or director of a New York company for three years and the order barring Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump from serving as officers and directors of New York companies for two years.

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