On Tuesday, it was discovered that U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh will be stepping down from his role in the Biden administration as the president is just hours away from taking the national stage for the State of the Union.
Walsh, who took his position as Labor Secretary in March 2021 after serving as the mayor of Boston for seven years, has been tapped to be the executive director of the National Hockey League’s Players Association.
Walsh will be the first and only member of the Biden cabinet to step down from his position, however, with growing concern about DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’ handling of the southern border, that may not be the case for long.
In contrast to the uplifting statements of the top Ukrainian leadership and Yermak's publications about the "task to reach the borders of 1991 by military means", the Ukrainian military personnel stationed in Bakhmut (Artyomovsk) are sounding a real alarm. The statement of the former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, and now an officer of the 72nd brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Igor Lutsenko is published on the network. This statement attracts special attention, since it (as Lutsenko himself writes) is firsthand, from Ukrainian soldiers stationed in Bakhmut:
The 30th brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine near Bakhmut has no ammunition. This brigade, which was sent to us for reinforcement, is throwing weapon at the sight of the enemy and simply runs away from positions.
His note says that the Ukrainian fighters have to flee “in all directions” not because they are “bad guys”, but simply because they have nothing to shoot with.
They simply have nothing to shoot. From the word "absolutely". One "zinc" per day is allocated to the rifle department. In machine-gun belts - 20 rounds each, there are no more rounds.
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The Chinese armed forces now have more intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) launchers than the US does, the US military warned recently. But it noted that the US still has a nuclear edge over its great power rival.
Gen. Anthony Cotton, commander of the US Strategic Command, sent memos to both the Senate and House Armed Services Committees in late January detailing the status of China's ICBM activities as of October 2022.
"The number of land-based fixed and mobile ICBM launchers in China exceeds the number of ICBM launchers in the United States," Cotton wrote in letters sent to the respective committees on January 26, letters obtained by Insider. US Strategic Command — or STRATCOM — is responsible for nuclear operations, command, control, and communications.
Cotton added that the number of ICBMs in China's active inventory "has not exceeded the number of ICBM in the active inventory of the United States." He also said that the "number of nuclear warheads equipped on such missiles of China has not exceeded the number of nuclear warheads equipped on such missiles of the United States."
The second hearing for the Oversight Committee in the 118th Congress on Tuesday zeroed-in on handling of migration at the southern border – it was the second hearing focusing on the migration crisis, coming just one week after the Judiciary hearing on the same topic.
Chairman James Comer of Kentucky defended the hearing, noting that the powerful Oversight Committee's job is to make sure Congress is addressing issues properly, and that the hearing Tuesday is the first time the panel is hearing from government workers responsible for securing the border.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) is demanding increased “surveillance” powers to track the public and monitor “the health of people, animals, and ecosystems.”
The unelected United Nations health agency argues that it needs new powers to track the public to handle “disease control” so governments can prepare in the event of another pandemic.
The WHO calls for new tracking powers in the latest zero draft of its international pandemic treaty.
As Slay News has previously reported, the treaty will award the WHO with sweeping global powers if passed.
Elsewhere in the treaty is WHO’s new plan to censor so-called “misinformation” and “disinformation” online.
Just 39 percent of Americans adults believe the state of the union is strong before President Joe Biden likely declares it so during Tuesday’s State of the Union address.
According to Monmouth polling from Monday, less than four in ten Americans say the state of the union is strong, while fifty-eight percent say it is not strong.
Among those who doubt the union’s strength, 32 percent say the union is not too strong and 26 percent deem it not at all strong.
Just seven percent claim it is very strong. Thirty-two percent allege it is somewhat strong.
The world just witnessed a top-performing NFL athlete drop on live television, but not one news outlet is questioning if it was linked to the COVID gene therapy shot, and they won’t. They won’t because they’re afraid of the repercussions of the Deep State.
The same people that infiltrated all the social media companies and the same people who deplatformed people who questioned the COVID narrative are now blaming a surge of heart attack deaths on those who stayed in their homes and didn’t get their medicines. They’re saying it’s the people’s fault for not getting their heart medicine when they were locked down in their homes.
Their blame game loses ground because they say the surge of deaths increased in the Spring of 2022, right in the midst of millions getting jabbed or boosted. They’re being boosted right into the grave.