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originally posted by: cherokeetroy
Senator’s ‘lost’ foster child claims don’t reflect DCS statisticsI
A Republican senator claims that the Arizona Department of Child Safety has “lost” more than 550 children, but data reported on a monthly basis by the child welfare agency shows the actual number of missing children to be far lower.
Sen. David Farnsworth, a Republican from Mesa, made headlines for claiming that many of those supposedly missing children are being sold as sex slaves in a global sex trafficking cabal.
Farnsworth claimed that he came to that conclusion after investigating how the agency “lost” 551 children last year, even though he admitted to another news outlet that he had discovered no evidence relating to where the children were or whether they were, indeed, being trafficked for sex.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: liveandlearn
I didn't listen when it was posted the other day because no-one vouched for "JohnHereToHelp" as having a good track record.
This week, the group announced that it had entered a “Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) to advance TTSA’s materiel and technology innovations in order to develop enhanced capabilities for Army ground vehicles.”
It’s also the group that has dropped repeated references to their possession of mysterious “metal alloys” (later described as “meta materials” beyond current engineering technology).
The document largely mirrors TTSA’s claims to have made developments in “material science, space-time metric engineering, quantum physics, beamed energy propulsion, and active camouflage,” and the Army’s interest in “novel materials", but it does go into somewhat more detail. Towards the end of the document, the Army clearly states what it gains from conducting tests at “Government facilities” on TTSA’s supposed tech:
Where did TTSA's impressive list of technology come from?
Where did TTSA’s impressive list of technology come from? The implicit answer is: UFOs, also known as Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAPs).
UFO/UAP traditionally means anything we spot in the sky that's unusual. But here's the thing: Swamp gas and Venus sightings don't leave behind technology that's so advanced, it needs to be "characterized" by the federal government.
Whatever this technology is, and even To The Stars apparently isn't quite sure, it comes from what we commonly call flying saucers.
At worst, the technology could prove unreplicable by our modern standards. If you went back in time and gave Benjamin Franklin an iPhone, he would certainly find it fascinating, but be completely unable to duplicate it—and that’s with a time difference of just over 200 years. UFOs, if they are indeed from another world, could be thousands of years ahead of us.
originally posted by: PioneerFigureSkating
a reply to: AndyFromMichigan
Did y'all see the thread about the new Rasmussen poll? 51% of likely voters now believe it's likely the Obama administration violated federal law in order to prevent Trump from winning the Presidency.
We'll see how TTSA fares after intense vetting but the Army's openness and willing to check out TTSA is highly interesting. Extraterrestrial or man-made? Eyes on.
Shrugged off 120 HEAT and wasn't even scratched by discarding sabot at point-blank range!
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr. visited Ukraine in 2017 to meet with government officials in connection to a business initiative. Now, unearthed records reveal that Paul Pelosi Jr. was an executive of a gas industry company that did business in Ukraine – and his mother Nancy Pelosi was featured in one of the company’s promotional videos.
Paul Pelosi Jr. travelled to Kiev, Ukraine in July 2017 in his capacity as executive director of the Corporate Governance Initiative, a position that he accepted months earlier in February 2017. Pelosi Jr. said that he was in Ukraine to discuss a youth soccer partnership with the government.