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    With the Twitter turmoil hanging a dark cloud of Elon Musk, shareholders worry the CEO could step down from his role at Tesla if forced to purchase the platform, but Musk ensured them his talented team could continue the work even if he 'was kidnapped by aliens' or returned to his home planet. The humorous remarks were made during Tesla's 2022 Annual Meeting of Stockholders held Thursday at the company's new headquarters in Austin, Texas, and were given during the Q&A portion of the presentation. The question came from Tesla bull and managing partner of The Future Fund, Gary Black, who asked: 'So how does the board think about your succession and especially when you a judge who's going to decide in a couple months whether or not you have to take over Twitter. How would you split your time?' After ensuring the crowd Tesla would live on, Musk then said 'I am not leaving to be clear.' Scroll down for videos  Elon Musk is not worried about the fate of Tesla, even if he has to stepped down from...
    The pair of suspects arrested for allegedly plotting to “shoot up” a Fourth of July celebration in Richmond, Virginia — thwarted by an American citizen — are illegal aliens, court records state. On Wednesday, as Breitbart News reported, the Richmond Police Department announced the arrests of Guatemalan nationals 52-year-old illegal alien Julio Alvardo Dubon and 38-year-old illegal alien Rolman Balacarcel Ac for allegedly plotting a mass shooting at the city’s July 4th celebration. According to Police Chief Gerald Smith, Dubon and Ac’s plan was thwarted thanks to an American “hero citizen” who overheard a conversation about the plot and subsequently called the police. Court records, reviewed by the Associated Press (AP), identify both Dubon and Ac as illegal aliens living in the U.S. Specifically, Dubon had been living in the U.S. on an expired visa, as millions often do: Police spokesperson Tracy Walker said both men are from Guatemala. Initial documents filed in General District Court in Richmond say both Alvarado-Dubon and Balacarcel are not in the U.S. legally. The documents, which say Alvarado-Dubon has an expired visa, did not...
    President Joe Biden is eroding United States sovereignty as his administration has released over a million border crossers and illegal aliens into American communities since he took office in late January 2021, an amicus brief signed by 17 states alleges. The brief — signed by officials from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Wyoming — was filed last week in a case against the Biden administration for their seeking to drastically reduce arrests and deportations of illegal aliens in the U.S. As noted, Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is using the little-known “humanitarian parole” authority to release tens of thousands of border crossers and illegal aliens into the U.S. interior every month. “Although most migrants that DHS encounters are supposed to be subject to mandatory detention if they are not immediately removed DHS has circumvented this mandate too through abuse of its parole authority under 8 U.S.C. §1182(d)(5),” the brief states: That parole authority is carefully circumscribed “within narrow parameters,” and requires individualized decisions that are made “case-by-case...
    ONE of the world's most famous "alien abductees" says he feels vindicated as people are finally starting to believe his extraordinary story. And after five decades Travis Walton, who went missing for five days in the mountains of Arizona, still insists he was snatched and experimented on by extraterrestrials with large eyes and no hair. 3Travis Walton, pictured, claimed to be abducted by aliens in the Arizona mountains in 1975 3He was missing for five days after he was shot up into the sky by extraterrestrial creatures 3Many didn't believe his stories at first, but the more he debunks critics claims of falsehood, the more the public backs him Travis, then a lumberjack, disappeared without a trace back in 1975 after he and his crew of loggers claimed to have seen a huge UFO - which they originally thought was a fire - in a forest . Cops originally suspected Travis's crew members of murdering him - until he bizarrely reappeared five days later saying he had been taken into a space craft by alien creatures. Travis, who says he...
    Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich (R) filed an amicus brief this week in the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Texas v. United States, which focuses on what he describes as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) dangerous Permanent Guidance. “This policy [Permanent Guidance] is another example in the shameful list of actions that the Biden administration is taking to hobble immigration enforcement and encourage border crossings,” Brnovich said in a press release. “It has and continues to cause the Amici States extensive harm through increased law enforcement, education, and health care expenditures.” Brnovich leads a coalition of 17 other states, including Florida, Missouri, Georgia, and Ohio. In May, Border Patrol encountered 177,793 non-citizens, which was a 15 percent increase from April, according to Customs and Border Protection. Brnovich recounts that 239,416 non-citizens were encountered at the border during May, which is 10 times the amount seen during April 2020. Brnovich’s brief outlines how these numbers may not tell the whole story, and many more migrants get across the border without being encountered by DHS. He...
    New Hampshire’s First Congressional District Republican candidate Matt Mowers hammered his neighboring state, Massachusetts, for endangering Granite Staters by allowing illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses. This week, Massachusetts Democrats in the state legislature overrode a veto from Gov. Charlie Baker (R) on legislation that will allow illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses starting July 1, 2023 after passing a written and road test. “As illegal immigrants, criminals and drug dealers pour across our southern border, woke liberals continue to welcome them with open arms,” Mowers said in a statement. “These criminals and drug dealers make their way to sanctuary cities like Lawrence, Massachusetts, where they sell fentanyl like candy.” “Then they head up 93 to do the same in our backyard,” the House Republican candidate said. “This law [allowing illegals to obtain driver’s licenses] will only further embolden the gangs and drug dealers who are poisoning our communities and killing our children here in New Hampshire.” The bill received Republican pushback, noting that providing driver’s licenses to illegal aliens could result in many being mistakenly registered to vote in the state. Additionally, the open...
    A FAMED astronaut has said that the UFOs filmed by the US military over 100 times could be aliens. Tim Peake, one of Britain's famous astronauts, also said that the UFOs could be evidence of time travel. 2Col. Tim Peake spent more than six months on the International Space StationCredit: PA:Press Association 2The US Navy has declassified some encounters with UFOs the US Navy recordedCredit: AFP During an interview with Good Morning Britain, Peake, who spent more than six months on the International Space Station, was asked about the videos, which The Pentagon declassified recently. "I heard one theory where a pilot was talking about that potentially in the future, they’ve developed time travel - is it something that’s come back from the future?" Peake said. While Peake didn't have a solid answer, he shared some theories he had heard with the audience. "I don’t think it’s a development of any state nation or non-state organization at all," Peake told Good Morning Britain, as cited by Bristol Post. "I think it's quite remarkable when you...
    A pair of illegal aliens, who were released into the United States thanks to President Joe Biden’s expansive Catch and Release network, have since been charged with operating a debit card scheme in Vernon Parish, Louisiana. Yunior Marin Castaneda, a 32-year-old illegal alien from Cuba, and Elenis Fernandez Rodriguez, a 35-year-old illegal alien from Cuba, were arrested and charged by the Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office for allegedly having operated the scheme that involved stealing Americans’ identities. According to law enforcement, a bank employee called police on May 11 to report that numerous debit cards had been compromised. All of the cards had been used at a nearby convenience store. At the convenience store, employees told police they watched Castaneda purchase $656 worth of diesel fuel with six different gift cards for more than 30 minutes. The following day, the employees said Castaneda had returned to the store to pump more diesel fuel, this time more than $430 worth of diesel. When police arrived at the scene, they detained Castaneda and Rodriguez. Employees turned over about 30 gift cards that had...
    YOU could be fooled into thinking this wreckage on Mars is a crashed UFO belonging to aliens - but it's actually Nasa's mess. The shocking photo shows the smashed backshell used to safely land kit on the Red Planet last year. 2Mars wreckage spotted - and it's not a UFOCredit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Thankfully, the Perseverance Mars rover and Ingenuity helicopter did not meet the same fate. In fact, it was Ingenuity that took the snap last week and sent it back to Earth. You might also be able to spot the parachute that was used, spread out in the background. The descent to the Red Planet is a terrifyingly complex one, as experts face the dreaded 'seven minutes of terror'. Read more about MarsSEEING RED Nasa probe reveals photo of Mars surface with BIG secret – can you spot it? During this tense final stage, the spacecraft travels through Mars' atmosphere at an incredible 12,000mph through scorching temperatures and has only 400 seconds or so to reduce the velocity right down to less than 1m/s. So scientists want to study the remains...
    Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) is expected to release more than half a million illegal aliens into the interior of the United States over the next sixth months. The prediction was provided to a federal judge about what can be expected at the southern border with Mexico after the Title 42 coronavirus border protocol is dropped next month. The deportation agency’s assessment covers the remaining months of the current fiscal year that ends on September 30, with the estimate totaling about 100,000 who will be released each month. Deane Dougherty, ICE’s juvenile coordinator who said many minor illegal aliens are expected, wrote in a court filing that the development would represent a “historic border surge.” In this July 8, 2019, photo, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers escort a man in handcuffs during an operation in Escondido, California. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull) “Given these forecasts and the recently announced decision to end Title 42 next month, ICE must shift its focus and prepare to manage its resources for a population of up to 600,000 by the end of the...
    AN ENORMOUS radio telescope will begin scanning the night sky for signals sent by aliens by the end of the decade. The Square Kilometer Array (SKA) will boast a staggering 197 dishes and 130,000 antennas located across South Africa and Australia. 2The groundbreaking telescope is being built across two continentsCredit: SKA It's designed to pick up radio signals – both natural and alien-made – that are too faint for current telescopes to detect. Construction kicked off last year and ahead of its opening in 2025 researchers are now developing the software required to power it. According to BBC News, a team of Brit scientists is building a prototype "brain" for SKA, which will be the world's biggest radio telescope. It will be tested on a portion of the infrastructure before being rolled out across the network. Read more about aliensTRUTH IS OUT THERE Pentagon researched how to talk to '4,590 alien civilizations' The artificial brain will help parts of the network communicate across continents and represents a huge computing challenge, Dr Chris Pearson, astronomy group leader at RAL Space...
    President Joe Biden is looking to further slash deportations by having federal prosecutors drop cases against illegal aliens unless they are considered a “public safety threat,” a newly leaked internal memo reveals. The memo, reviewed by BuzzFeed News, directs prosecutors for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to drop deportation cases against illegal aliens who are not considered a threat to national security or public safety or who have not recently crossed the United States-Mexico border. An ICE spokesperson said the memo “renews the commitment of all ICE attorneys, in exercising their inherent prosecutorial discretion authority, to advance the interests of justice and build public confidence in our immigration system.” The memo, the spokesperson said, is in coordination with the agency’s so-called “sanctuary country” orders that were issued last year but have since been blocked from being implemented by an Ohio federal judge. “Consistent with the enforcement guidance issued by Secretary Mayorkas, ICE focuses its civil immigration enforcement priorities on the apprehension and removal of non-citizens who pose a threat to our national security, public safety, and border security,...
    THESE identical twins claim to have had FOUR UFO encounters — including being abducted by aliens. Philip and Ronald Kinsella, 52, from Kempston, Beds., said their first sighting was of a silver orb at the age of 13. 6Philip and Ronald Kinsella claim to have encountered four UFOs in their lifetimeCredit: Mercury Philip, a writer, also claimed he was abducted by aliens in 1989. He said: “I remember sitting in my home and the atmosphere changed and it became static. “The hairs on my back went up and Ronnie went into a trance — he froze and raised his head up to the ceiling." He claimed he was then examined by “reptilian” aliens on board a spaceship. READ MORE UFO STORIESWEIRD DISC-OVERY Mysterious five-mile 'UFO' on Google Maps 'could be lost city of Atlantis' The pair also allegedly saw a hovering pyramid-shaped object in June 1998. Philip said: “There must be a reason why this has been happening to both my brother and I. “I think the authorities know about the aliens but don’t want to scare people.” The twins...
    ARCHAEOLOGISTS have finally put to bed the bonkers conspiracy theory that aliens built the pyramids. Recently uncovered papyri detail the mammoth effort it took to construct the Great Pyramid of Giza over 4,600 years ago. 1The Great Pyramid of Giza was built over 4,000 years agoCredit: Getty The artefacts discovered in Egypt’s Eastern Desert detail the workings of one of those in charge of the operation. They were found in 2013 and are the subject of a new book penned by Egyptologists Pierre Tallet and Mark Lehner, The Spectator reports. There are an estimated 138 surviving Egyptian pyramids, the most famous being the Great Pyramid of Giza, near Cairo. The 455ft Great Pyramid - the tallest man-made structure for 3,800 years - is the only surviving landmark of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Many have questioned how it would have been possible for the ancient Egyptians to build such incredible constructions using 4,000-year old technology. While some conspiracy theorists have suggested aliens may be involved, scientists and archaeologists have a more down-to-earth explanation. They believe thousands of slaves used...
    AN advanced alien civilization may have already created wormholes that allow them to travel between galaxies or even universes. This is according to a few scientists who think we may have even observed wormholes before but lost the evidence in a 'sea of data'. 2Right now wormholes are just a theory and we don't have evidence to show they existCredit: Getty - Contributor A new report in BBC Science Focus Magazine, claims that a very advanced alien civilization may have been able to "manipulate space-time itself to create wormholes." It notes how Einstein’s theory of gravity allows for these quick routes through space and time to exist. Scientists aren't sure what a wormhole would look like. Some have proposed that they could look like black holes and think we could detect them from the energy they emit. Read more on spaceROCK ON Nasa says 'close approach' of asteroid traveling 30,000mph will happen tomorrowBLINDING LIGHTS Nasa reveals plan to 'punch' two rockets through Northern Lights in DAYS We may have even picked up wormhole data while scanning the universe for other purposes...
    President Joe Biden has slashed the number of illegal aliens deported from the United States in fiscal year 2021, newly released data reveals. From October 2020 through September 2021, Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) deported 59,011 illegal aliens — a drop of more than 68 percent compared to fiscal year 2020 when more than 185,000 illegal aliens were deported and a drop of 78 percent compared to fiscal year 2019 when over a quarter of a million illegal aliens were deported. The massive drop in deportations coincides with Biden’s so-called “sanctuary country” orders that prevent Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents from arresting and deporting most of the nation’s 11 to 22 million illegal aliens. Before those orders went into effect in late February 2021, ICE agents had been deporting more than 6,000 illegal aliens a month as of October 2020. After the orders were implemented, the monthly deportation average dropped to about 4,000 through September 2021. “President Biden may not have formally abolished ICE as the far left flank of his party has demanded, but the FY 2021 data...
    A lawsuit brought by illegal aliens who sought to secure American taxpayer-funded stimulus checks as part of a federal Chinese coronavirus relief package had their case thrown out by a district court judge in Maryland this week. The lawsuit was filed in 2020, claiming that the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act discriminated against the illegal alien spouses of American citizens because it required that applicants for stimulus checks have a Social Security number. Judge Ellen Hollander, appointed by former President Obama, dismissed the lawsuit on Monday, on the grounds that it violated the Anti-Injunction Act. “The main thing stimulus checks for illegal aliens would stimulate is more illegal immigration,” Dale Wilcox, with the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), said in a statement. “Congress knew that, and was absolutely right to reserve the stimulus for American citizens and certain legal aliens,” Wilcox said. “We are pleased that the court dismissed this meritless lawsuit, which had no basis in the Constitution.” The case is Rueda v. Yellen, No. 1:20-cv-01102 in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. John Binder...
    During his State of the Union (SOTU) address on Tuesday evening, President Joe Biden demanded Congress pass amnesty for illegal aliens by touting support from the United States Chamber of Commerce. “Provide a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers, those on temporary status, farmworkers, and essential workers,” Biden said. “Revise our laws so businesses have the workers they need and families don’t wait decades to reunite.” “It’s not only the right thing to do — it’s the economically smart thing to do,” Biden continued.  “That’s why immigration reform is supported by everyone from labor unions to religious leaders to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Let’s get it done once and for all.” Indeed, Biden sides with the big business lobby, Wall Street, and special corporate interests in demanding more overall immigration to the U.S. and amnesty for illegal aliens. In January, the Chamber of Commerce lobbied Biden to double legal immigration levels and push for amnesty for illegal aliens in the U.S. Such a policy would bring anywhere from two to four million legal immigrants to the U.S. every year — an...
    by Deroy Murdock   President Joe Biden’s no-border policy has detonated an explosion of illegal-alien apprehensions and got-aways at the southern “frontier.” Millions of Americans consider this one of Biden’s biggest failures, surpassed only by his utterly calamitous withdrawal from Afghanistan. However, this fiasco is Biden’s finest hour. After 11 months, Biden’s “border” remains wide open, if not functionally erased. Illegal aliens cascade across. Between Feb. 1 and Dec. 31, 2021, on Biden’s watch, Customs and Border Protection apprehended a record 1,956,596 illegal aliens on the southern “frontier,” versus 511,192 one year earlier, under then-President Donald Trump—up 283%. Biden gives illegal immigrants free tickets to ride buses that whisk them deep into the U.S. interior. Illegal aliens in Brownsville, Texas, score free cab rides to the airport, whereupon they jet off to Atlanta, Houston, and other cities. Still other illegal aliens—including single adult males—board clandestine night flights that land after closing time in New York’s Westchester Airport and other airfields. As if in a “Saturday Night Live” sketch, illegal aliens without papers may use their arrest warrants as IDs to board aircraft. Specifically, this...
    Most border crossers and illegal aliens freed into the United States interior by President Joe Biden’s administration are evading deportation, new government data reveals. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) data comes after inquiries from Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who has sought the total number of border crossers and illegal aliens released into the U.S. interior in the first 12 months of Biden’s presidency. DHS continues to hide the figure. The last estimate suggests that Biden released a total of 530,000 border crossers and illegal aliens into the U.S. interior from January 20, 2021 to late October 2021. The newest data disproves remarks made by DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas wherein he claimed in a Senate hearing that “approximately 75 percent” of border crossers and illegal aliens released into the U.S. interior with Notices to Appear (NTAs) in immigration court and Notices to Report (NTRs) to a DHS field office are complying with the reporting requirements. Compliance with the reporting requirements is necessary to ensure that border crossers and illegal aliens are placed into deportation proceedings. Contrary to Mayorkas’s claims, the DHS...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) is proposing funds to reroute illegal aliens dropped in Florida by federal officials to states that have sanctuary city policies, he said during Tuesday’s State of the State address. “Law and order also means having strong borders,” DeSantis said during the speech, criticizing the Biden administration’s inability to secure the border. As a result, the Biden administration has effectively released “hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to communities across the U.S., shipping them to Florida at alarming rates, including by sending clandestine flights in the dark of night,” he said. “As a state we cannot be a party to what is effectively a massive human smuggling operation run by the federal government,” the governor said, noting that companies that are “facilitating the movement of illegal aliens from the southern border to Florida should be held accountable, including by paying restitution to the state for all the costs they are imposing on our communities.” However, DeSantis said he is paying more than lip service, as he is “requesting funds so that when the feds dump illegal...
    Bob Dylan's lawyers have formally denied allegations he groomed a 12-year-old girl for weeks, fed her drugs and sexually abused her repeatedly in 1965. Dismissing her 'ludicrous' claims, the legal team said the accuser, known as JC, has also claimed to have been abducted by aliens and flown their spaceship.  She filed the lawsuit in August, claiming the singer-songwriter, now 80, tried to 'lower her inhibitions with the object of sexually abusing her, which he did, coupled with the provision of drugs, alcohol and threats of physical violence, leaving her emotionally scarred and psychologically damaged to this day'. Bob Dylan's lawyers have formally denied allegations he groomed a 12-year-old girl for weeks, fed her drugs and sexually abused her repeatedly in 1965 She initially said the abuse took place over a six-week period between April and May in 1965 including at the Chelsea Hotel in New York, which was once home to famous artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Alice Cooper and Joni Mitchell. But last week the lawsuit was amended to say it took place over 'several months'. RELATED ARTICLES ...
    Every year, an estimated 2,000 Americans are killed by illegal aliens. In 2021, Breitbart News reported on at least 25 cases where illegal aliens are accused of killing American citizens — some in drunk driving crashes, others in brutal scenarios like stabbings and beatings. Below, Breitbart News breaks down a number of Americans who were allegedly killed by illegal aliens over the last 12 months. Illegal Alien Accused of Killing 18-Year-Old Moussa Fofana Moussa Fofana (Photo via GoFundMe) In early June, according to prosecutors, 20-year-old illegal alien Yohan Hernandez was in an altercation with a group of boys at Columbia High School in Maplewood, New Jersey, when he allegedly opened fire and shot 18-year-old Moussa Fofana, killing him, and wounding another 17-year-old in the leg. Illegal Alien Accused of Murdering 55-Year-Old America Mafalda Thayer America Mafalda Thayer (Photo via Facebook) Alexi Saborit-Viltres, a 42-year-old illegal alien from Cuba, was arrested in July and charged with second-degree murder after he allegedly beheaded 55-year-old America Mafalda Thayer, his girlfriend, and dumped her body on the street. Illegal Alien Accused of Killing 26-Year-Old Corbin Wagner Corbin...
    On December 24, 1954, around a dozen people gathered on the front lawn of a housewife to sing Christmas carols to UFOs coming to save them from the end of the world. The Seekers were formed in Chicago by Dorothy Martin, who claimed that she was a messenger for an alien lifeform known as The Guardians, who predicted a catastrophic flood that would kill billions. 3Dorothy Martin and Dr. Charles A. Laughead (left) return to her home after Christmas carols failed to entice aliens to save them on December 24, 1954Credit: AP 3The Seekers cult claimed an alien lifeform known as The Guardians was coming to wage war on EarthCredit: The Tribune 3Dorothy Martin and her most loyal follower Dr. Charles A. LaugheadCredit: AP Martin first believed that she could communicate with her late father by clearing her mind and holding a pen to paper to allow him to write through her, according to the podcast Cults. These claims were dismissed by her mother and husband but Martin's beliefs only grew stronger. The then 54-year-old worked...
    President Joe Biden is on pace to bring nearly 2,000,000 border crossers and illegal aliens to the United States-Mexico border in 2021, new analysis projects. The analysis, from Princeton Policy Advisors President Steven Kopits, estimates that Biden will have enticed about 1.92 million border crossers and illegal aliens to have made the often deadly journey to the southern border from January to December 2021. Such a level of illegal immigration would “set an annual record by a very large margin, coming in almost 300,000 above the next highest year, 1986, when 1.6 million apprehensions were recorded,” Kopits notes of the historic precedence. Parents-to-be from Haiti stand at a gap in the U.S.-Mexico border wall after having traveled from South America to the United States on December 10, 2021 in Yuma, Arizona. (John Moore/Getty Images) Immigrant families from Haiti walk from Mexico into the United States on December 10, 2021 in Yuma, Arizona. (John Moore/Getty Images) A relieved Venezuelan immigrant speaks with his wife on a video call after he passed through a gap in the U.S.-Mexico border wall after having...
    President Joe Biden’s administration is flying illegal aliens, previously deported by former President Donald Trump’s administration, back to the United States. This week, National Public Radio (NPR) reported that two previously deported illegal aliens, Claudio Rojas of Argentina and Jean Montrevil of Haiti, have since been brought back to the U.S. after they claimed that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency retaliated against them for their open borders advocacy. Before his 2019 deportation, Rojas had lived as an illegal alien for 19 years while Montrevil was deported in 2018 following more than a decade in the U.S. Attorneys for the illegal aliens are now demanding that both be given amnesty as reparations for being deported from the U.S. by the Trump administration. Guatemalan migrants deported from the United States, queue upon their arrival at the Air Force Base in Guatemala City on January 6, 2021. (ORLANDO ESTRADA/AFP via Getty Images) NPR reports: Claudio Rojas was deported to Argentina in 2019 at exactly the same time that a film about his activism for undocumented immigrants was premiering in theaters. Rojas knew it...
    Believing you have been abducted by aliens could be as bad for your mental health as actually being kidnapped. Elvis Presley, David Bowie and Robbie Williams are among those who believe in UFOs, and thousands of people worldwide claim to have fallen victim to an alien abduction. Now a study has found almost half of 'alien abductees' meet the criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). That proportion is slightly higher than the rate in people who have been kidnapped. Researchers could only look at 19 people claiming to have been abducted by aliens, as they are not easy to find. When compared to 32 people who did not think they had been taken by extraterrestrials, the rate of PTSD was higher for those claiming an alien abduction. Now a study has found almost half of 'alien abductees' meet the criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) (stock image) The findings provide interesting evidence that people can be traumatised by something which almost certainly never actually happened. The authors of the study, which involved Zaragoza University in Spain, state: 'The emotional reaction...
    The Department of Justice (DOJ) released a 54-count indictment that charges 24 individuals, many illegal aliens, with operating a “modern-day slavery” scheme that utilized the H-2A visa program to traffic foreign workers into United States farm jobs — raping, kidnapping, and threatening them in the process. The indictment accuses the Patricio transnational criminal organization (TCO) — named after its matriarch, 70-year-old Maria Leticia Patricio — of operating a massive forced labor trafficking scheme since 2015 that used the H-2A visa program to traffic foreign workers from Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras into farms jobs in Georgia. Prosecutors called the scheme “modern-day slavery,” alleging that 24 members of the Patricio TCO engaged in mail fraud, international forced labor trafficking, and money laundering, among other crimes, across Georgia, Florida, and Texas. According to the indictment, the Patricio TCO raked in more than $200 million from the forced labor trafficking scheme. As part of the scheme, the group sought to traffic more than 71,000 foreign workers to the U.S. using the H-2A visa program. The H-2A visa program allows farms to bring an unlimited number of...
    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says he expects that by the end of this year, more than two million illegal aliens will have attempted to cross the United States-Mexico border since January. During a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Mayorkas confirmed that he believes more than two million illegal aliens will have arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border by year-end. When Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) asked Mayorkas if he expected the total to reach more than two million crossings from January to December, he said, “I believe that is correct.” Mayorkas did not disclose the number of illegal aliens who have successfully entered the U.S. through the southern border, stating he did not have the information on hand. For months, lawmakers have sought data on the number of illegal aliens released into the U.S. since Biden took office. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has revealed that at least more than half a million border crossers and illegal aliens have been released into the U.S. since January. On Tuesday, DHS revealed that nearly 159,000 illegal aliens were apprehended at...
    A MAN has wildly claimed that aliens ruined his life when an implant was inserted in his arm during an abduction - leading to his divorce. Steve Colbern, from the United States, said his outlook on life has changed after boarding a UFO "hundreds of times". 1Steve said that his perspective on life changed after 'aliens inserted an implant into his arm'Credit: Alamy Speaking on the Coast to Coast show, Mr Colbern explained the incident which began when he found a UFO hovering over an avocado tree. After walking over to the unknown object, he was pulled up into the spaceship by a green beam. Mr Colbern says he was then brought to a medical station in the ship where he was instructed to lie down on a table. “He used a long instrument that was like a piece of stainless steel tubing that had a fibre-optic inside that transmitted ultraviolet light and had a device on the end that would dispense the implants and put them into the subject," he explained. When the abduction was over, Steve said that nothing...
    In a recent essay on great-power competition and climate change, Rob Litwak, an arms control expert at the Wilson Center, recalled a question that President Ronald Reagan posed to Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader, after they took a walk during their 1985 Lake Geneva summit. As Gorbachev put it later: “President Reagan suddenly said to me, ‘What would you do if the United States were suddenly attacked by someone from outer space? Would you help us?’ ” “I said, ‘No doubt about it.’ ” “He said, ‘We too.’ ” “So that’s interesting,” Gorbachev concluded. It sure is, because it’s not at all clear, given the recent upsurge in raw great-power competition, that Russia, China or America would help one another in the face of an invasion of space aliens threatening us all. Litwak’s point in retelling that story, of course, is that today we are facing a similar, world-stressing threat — not from space aliens but from a much more familiar and once seemingly benign force: our climate. Global warming is challenging every nation with more extreme weather, wildfires and...
    CONSPIRACY theorists have claimed a US base is hidden in a mountain and is where aliens killed 60 US troops in a secret war. Ufologists are convinced the remote hamlet of Dulce, New Mexico is home to a seven-storey military bunker that rivals Nevada's Area 52 for wild cover-ups claims about extraterrestrials on Earth.  6A UFO in the Dulce areaCredit: Alamy 6Where the Dulce Base is allegedly located 6Gabe Valdez, a former New Mexico State Police trooper, claimed to find a mutilated cattle with a strange creature insideCredit: Gabriel Valdez Dulce, is a small town with a population of just under 3,000, and is the Jicarilla Apache Reservation tribal headquarters. But it is also home to what conspiracy theorists say is a huge multi-storey base in Archuleta Mesa mountain were humans have teamed up with aliens after first fighting them for decades. Stories first surfaced about alien activity in the mid-1970s. One of those was reported by a New Mexico State Trooper Gabriel Valdez who said he saw a UFO before finding a series of disturbing cattle mutilations. The...
    For decades, sanctuary city advocates have pointed to a so-called “chilling effect” where they claim local law enforcement must not cooperate with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to ensure that illegal aliens feel safe to report crimes. New analysis debunks the claim. In April, when Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced a policy to shield criminal illegal aliens from arrest by ICE agents at courthouses, he justified the decision as necessary because “expansion of civil immigration arrests at courthouses … had a chilling effect on individuals’ willingness to come to court or work cooperatively with law enforcement.” The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) reviewed the Department of Justice’s National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) data and found that sanctuary city policies do not boost crime reporting by illegal aliens and that no such suppression of crime reporting among illegal aliens exists in jurisdictions that cooperate with ICE agents. CIS researchers reveal: There is no evidence in the NCVS data that crimes against immigrants are reported to police at lower rates than crimes against the native-born, indicating that...
    They delved into their interested in life beyond Earth with their new four-part docuseries Unidentified With Demi Lovato. And the 29-year-old pop star tries to communicate with extraterrestrials the best way they know how on the new show — through song. A new clip from Unidentified features Demi digging through their back catalogue as they sing their 2011 hit Skyscraper to a walkie-talkie which may be connected to beings far away. Demi Lovato, 29, tried to soothe an extraterrestrial by singer their song Skyscraper in a new clip from their Peacock docuseries Unidentified With Demi Lovato In the new clip, Demi is accompanied by their pal and costar Mathew Scott Montgomery, as well as the paranormal investigator Chris Smith of The Wraith Chasers fame. The trio are filmed in black-and-white as they explore what appears to be an abandoned house in the dead of night. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Demi Lovato dons black leather trench coat and futuristic... Demi Lovato is stylish in a silver-and-red duster as they... Demi Lovato says alien...
    Senate Democrats have moved on to crafting third and fourth amnesty proposals after Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough rejected the first two plans they sought to include in their filibuster-proof budget reconciliation package. On Wednesday, MacDonough crushed a “plan B” amnesty by Democrats that proposed changing the registry date in the Immigration Reform and Control Act’s (IRCA) so that illegal aliens who arrived in the United States before 2010 could secure green cards. Democrats wanted to include the amnesty into their budget reconciliation, less than two weeks after MacDonough shot down their broader amnesty that would have given green cards to most of the nation’s 11 to 22 million illegal aliens. Now, Democrats are hinging their agenda on a last-ditch effort to get some form of amnesty approved by MacDonough so they can include it in their budget reconciliation. According to the Wall Street Journal, Democrats have started crafting plans that would grant parole to most illegal aliens in the U.S. The little-known Department of Homeland Security (DHS) maneuver allows the federal government to declare that illegal aliens provide a significant public...
    Former Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner Mark Morgan says President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released potentially 40,000 coronavirus-positive illegal aliens into the United States. Morgan, a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation, said during a press call that “there’s an enormous amount of facts that this administration is willingly and knowingly releasing illegal aliens into border towns and cities with individuals actively carrying and transmitting the virus.” Specifically, Morgan said the administration has released upwards of 170,000 border crossers and another roughly 100,000 Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) into the U.S. since January 20. Based on conservative estimates of reported coronavirus positivity rates among border crossers, Morgan said the Biden administration has potentially released tens of thousands of coronavirus-positive border crossers into the U.S: At a 15 percent positive rate, being conservative, that’s more than 40,000 positive-covid cases that have been released into the United States and that is just the cases that we know about from those who have been tested. And we know that everybody being released, they’re not being tested. We know that....
    Science fiction is a misunderstood genre. Unfortunately, many take it as a way of telling intergalactic adventures that have nothing to do with reality, however entertaining they may be. But the truth is that this type of work has philosophical, political and social implications that can be explored from metaphors and situations that are apparently very alien and unlikely. Creators, both in literature and in film and television, know that science fiction is a way of talking about certain complicated topics. Neill Blomkamp is the perfect example, as Sector 9 – 90%, his debut feature, is a means of re-evaluating apartheid, a racist system in which he grew up. Keep reading: Neill Blomkamp Announces Sector 9 Sequel In Development Now Sector 9 tells the story of how an alien race was stranded on planet Earth. Unlike other action films where there are many confrontations, this film is dedicated to exploring what would happen if these aliens (aliens) were segregated to avoid contact with humans. Even more interesting is the fact that in this story humanity is the one that, in...
    President Joe Biden’s administration admits in court filings that illegal aliens were mistakenly approved for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in violation of a court order that deemed the program illegal. On July 16, Judge Andrew Hanen ordered the Biden administration to effectively shut down the DACA program by blocking the federal government from allowing new applicants, illegal aliens who have not previously been enrolled, onto the program’s rolls. In a court filing, first reported by the Washington Times‘ Stephen Dinan, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Acting Director Tracy Renaud admitted that in violation of the court order, the agency mistakenly approved nine illegal aliens for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and collected biometric data from 52 illegal aliens seeking enrollment. The court filing, signed by Renaud, states: On July 16, 2021, USCIS sent guidance to DACA adjudicators to cease granting initial DACA requests and related work authorization requests, as well as to cease scheduling biometrics appointments for initial DACA requestors. [Emphasis added] … Despite the messaging campaign, most of the scheduled requestors arrived at the [Application Support...
    A Democrat-approved spending budget for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) strips previously approved funds for a wall along the United States-Mexico border and transfers the money to be spent on plants that are trampled by illegal aliens, Rep. Ashley Hinson (R-IA) says. On Tuesday, House Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee approved their DHS spending budget, which, as Breitbart News reported, revokes all funding for a border wall and expands upon President Joe Biden’s “sanctuary country” orders by making it increasingly difficult for federal immigration officials to deport illegal aliens. No House Republicans on the committee voted for the budget. Hinson, who unseated U.S. Chamber of Commerce-endorsed Democrat Abby Finkenauer last year, said the budget actually siphons $100 million — previously approved to continue building border wall — to treat plants that have been trampled on by illegal aliens crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. “While bill today cuts our funding to CBP by more than $900 million with no new money for border agents, tucked away in Section 211 is a provision that transfers $100 million in funds that were...
    More On: aliens Wife on Mars: Woman claims she’s dating an alien, fed up with Earthmen Close Encounters? Lawmakers say UFOs could pose national security threat Repent! Alien contact could ‘end life on Earth,’ scientists warn NASA’s new boss: We’ll start investigating UFOs now Earthlings may not be the only beings gathering intel on other planets. Harvard University astronomer Avi Loeb suggested that recent intelligence reports of unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP) maybe provide evidence to alien ships sent to spy on our homeworld. There is “fresh scientific evidence that we are not the only intelligent species in the cosmos,” theorized Loeb in his op-ed published in the journal Scientific American. The astronomer, who is known for floating far-fetched theoretical hypotheses, posited that an extraterrestrial civilization had implanted the Earth with sensors collecting info on areas of our galaxy hospitable to life, Futurism reported. He deduced that “Oumuamua” — our solar system’s first-ever interstellar object discovered in 2017 — was a reconnaissance craft dispatched to decipher the data. The evidence for this is allegedly supported by the recent NASA investigations...
    NASA's new top administrator is directing the agency's scientists to investigate unidentified flying objects, just a month after taking charge of the agency. Bill Nelson, the former Florida senator who flew aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia, says there is no evidence yet that extraterrestrials have visited Earth, telling CNN on Thursday: 'I think I would know.' But, as the Pentagon prepares to release a highly anticipated UFO report that does not rule out an extraterrestrial origin for high-profile military sightings, Nelson agrees that the possibility remains open. 'We don't know if it's extraterrestrial. We don't know if it's an enemy. We don't know if it's an optical phenomenon,' Nelson told CNN of encounters filmed by Navy pilots. 'We don't think [it's an optical phenomenon] because of the characteristics that those Navy jet pilots described ... And so the bottom line is, we want to know,' he said. NASA's new top administrator Bill Nelson is encouraging the agency's scientists to investigate unidentified flying objects as they see fit The so-called Gimbal video, from 2015, shows Navy pilot footage of an unexplained object ...
    Government officials have leaked details about the highly anticipated classified report on UFO sightings expected to be released this month, noting that there is no evidence to support that they are alien spacecraft. But they didn't rule aliens out either.  The unidentified aerial phenomena remain unidentified, though officials have definitively said they are not a part of a secret project from within the United States government, officials familiar with the report's details told The New York Times. Senior officials told the outlet that they are worried China or Russia could be experimenting with hypersonic technology - a term for aircraft and missiles that can reach atmospheric speeds faster than Mach 5, or or about 4,000 miles per hour. In the past 20 years, U.S. Navy pilots have witnessed more than 120 incidents of UFOs observed moving in patterns that remain difficult to explain, including their acceleration, ability to change direction and ability to submerge underwater.  Still images from a newly released video show a spherical object diving into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California. Investigative journalist Jeremy Corbell says...
    Former U.S. Senator Harry Reid has penned an article demanding that the Senate Intelligence Committee release a report on UFOs lawmakers have commissioned. Reid, 81, also detailed in his article for The New York Times how the former Senate Majority Leader became 'increasingly interested in UFOs' and said he has 'no problem' if aliens exist.  In December, Sen. Marco Rubio - then-acting head of the Senate Intelligence Committee - called for Pentagon reports into the unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) to be declassified. The Pentagon's Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force has until June to report its findings to Congress.  Scroll down for videos  Former U.S. Senator Harry Reid has penned an article demanding the Senate Intelligence Committee release a report on UFOs lawmakers have commissioned A new video leaked this month showing US Naval personnel having a close encounter with a UFO - this time a spherical object that makes a controlled descent into the ocean 'I believe that there is information uncovered by the government's covert investigations into unidentified aerial phenomena that can be disclosed to the public without harming...
    FIRST ON FOX: Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., on Wednesday wrote to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, accusing the department of a "clear violation" of immigration law as it releases migrants into the interior of the U.S. without a court date.Biggs, who is part of the Border Security Caucus, was responding to Mayorkas’ testimony last week about how migrants are regularly released without a court date -- a Notice to Appear -- instead being told to check in with their local Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office instead. EX-TRUMP DHS OFFICIALS CALL FOR MAYORKAS' DISMISSAL OVER BORDER CRISIS: ‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH’ Rep. Biggs letter to Mayorkas on migrant court dates by Fox News on Scribd  "It is our policy to issue a notice to appear to individuals who are permitted entry into the United States to make their claim," Mayorkas said at a Senate hearing last week. "Ideally, they are issued the notice to appear at the Border Patrol station. If we are not able to do that, the objective is to issue them a notice to appear at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement...
    HUMANITY may be just weeks away from finding out the truth about UFOs and potential aliens, a disclosure campaigner has claimed. Steve Bassett, who has tirelessly worked to end the 74-year embargo of classified information on UFOs, told The Sun Online he believes intelligence agencies are preparing to lift the lid on extraterrestrial encounters. 14Steve Bassett believes the world could be about to get disclosure on UFOs 14The Senate Intelligence Committee has voted to require U.S. intelligence agencies and the Defense Department to compile a detailed public analysis of all data collected on 'unidentified aerial phenomenon,'Credit: Instagram @jeremycorbell 14This includes crafts that have been buzzing US Navy shipsCredit: US Department of Defense The US Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the Director of National Intelligence to work with the Defense Department to provide a report by June 25 on unexplained sightings by the military. The request came after revelations in 2017 that the Pentagon was researching a series of unexplained intrusions into military airspace, including mysterious objects captured on video stalking US Navy ships. Since then defense officials have confirmed...
    A BRADFORD grandmother says that aliens took her on a UFO and showed her all kinds of new technologies. Paula Smith, 50, claims she’s been abducted more than 50 times, and the encounters have been going on since she was a little girl.  4Bradford gran Paula says she's been abducted by aliens more than 50 timesCredit: Caters The gran shared photos of bruises she says were left on her body by aliens following an alien abduction.  She also drew a ­picture of an alien in a silver colour to show what they look like. Paula explained: “I have experienced 52 paranormal incidents. There’s no warning and I can’t sense anything is going to happen. It just happens. All I can do is carry on as normal, otherwise I’d go crazy.” The 50-year-old said she was inside a spaceship.  4Paula drew a picture of an alien to show what they look likeCredit: Caters She said: “I was on a craft and the aliens showed me ­technology we didn’t have. “They showed me a slideshow of pristine scenery which had a beautiful...
    The existence of life on another planet could be proved as early as 2026 thanks to a new telescope that could detect signatures made by living creatures. Research by Ohio State University shows that the NASA James Webb space telescope could detect a signature of life on other planets in as little as 60 hours. Graduate student Caprice Phillips said the results of her study show that we may 'realistically find signs of life on another planet in the next 5 to 10 years.'   Phillips calculated that when the James Webb Space Telescope launches in October, it could feasibly detect ammonia around gas dwarf planets after just a few orbits.  The existence of life on another planet could be proved as early as 2026 thanks to a new telescope that could detect signatures made by living creatures Research by Ohio State University shows that the NASA James Webb space telescope could detect a signature of life on other planets in as little as 60 hours MINI-NEPTUNE PLANET: GAS WARLDS SMALLER THAN NEPTUNE BUT LARGER THAN EARTH  A mini-Neptune...
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