Author is Jared Holt. This is the usual attack on anyone public who follows Q. And Holt is one of the five top attackers. Has 37 hit pieces on Q now; the only ones with about the same are Mike Rothschild (36) and Will Sommer (34); Alex Kaplan comes in 4th with 30; and Ben Collins 5th with 26.
Just about ready to put out the latest report on Q hit pieces as of Dec 31; there are about 1535 articles in English. WAPO is number 1 outlet (by far) with about 115 articles.
By the way, anons, it's always good to mention the author when documenting hit pieces, so anons will know who's responsible. There's about a dozen authors that set the tone for everybody else.
It must pass both chambers by a majority vote and receive Trump’s signature to take the force of law. Otherwise, each chamber would have to muster a two-thirds majority — 67 votes in the Senate and 288 votes in the House — to overcome Trump’s veto. There are currently four vacancies in the lower chamber...
The clot slowly shrank over months of treatment, but blood flow through the jugular was still not fully back to normal, even three months after treatment. However, when the astronaut finally returned to Earth -- and normal gravity -- blood flow in the jugular returned to normal, and treatment was discontinued. In fact, 10 days after landing the clot was gone... It seems that "the weightlessness astronauts experience during space missions may be another unstudied cause of [deep vein thrombosis] that requires rigorous research, because it can be silent and fatal, and space travel is only increasing"...
...former Obama National Security Council (NSC) official Steven Simon posited in a New York Times Op-Ed that Soleimani could be assassinated using a hypersonic missile while visiting Baghdad.
[H]ypersonics are a weaponized moral hazard for states with a taste for intervention, because they erase barriers to picking fights. Is an adversary building something that might be a weapons factory? Is there an individual in an unfriendly country who cannot be apprehended? What if the former commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani, visits Baghdad for a meeting and you know the address? The temptations to use hypersonic missiles will be many.
Oddly, he describes Soleimani as the "former commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards," when he was in fact in charge of the Guards' Quds Force until his death.
President Donald Trump was enjoying an all-American meal at Mar-a-Lago when news broke that Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani had been killed in a drone strike in Baghdad on Thursday night... The report about his meal harks back to when Trump ordered an airstrike on a Syrian airfield in 2017 and told Chinese President Xi Jinping of the news over dinner at Mar-a-Lago.
An airstrike Friday hit two cars carrying members of an Iran-backed militia north of Iraq's capital, Baghdad, killing five people, an Iraqi official told The Associated Press. The official added that the identities of those killed were not immediately known. It was not immediately clear who launched the strike, but a U.S. official told AP the attack was not an American military attack.
“Their turn is over. They’ve done enough damage. It’s the Senate’s turn now to render sober judgment,” McConnell told lawmakers Friday. “We can’t hold a trial without the articles. The Senate’s own rules don’t provide for that.”...
Total sales were down, discounts were up, and there is now an eight-month supply of unsold apartments... Beyond the official inventory, brokers say there is a mountain of "shadow inventory" — or apartments that aren't officially listed but are waiting for market conditions to improve and sales to clear before they list.