President Donald Trump's fantasy war parade will come to life on Veterans Day, and you're paying for it.
The military march he demanded the nation hold in his honor, which most U.S. veterans do not want, is now scheduled to take place in Washington D.C. this November. He wanted tanks and other war vehicles, but to minimize damage to roads, the Pentagon memo released on Friday says there will be no tanks. And we say, no thanks.
The memo goes on to list various guidelines for the November 11 event.
“Include wheeled vehicles only, no tanks - consideration must be given to minimize damage to local infrastructure,” the memo says.
Wonder if he'll get to sit in the big boy truck again this time.
The US Senate has just voted in favor of REVERSING the #NetNeutrality rollback which Trump FCC chairman, Ajit Pai put in place. This is a major win for the internet, Net Neutrality, and the American people.
A 38-year-old Florida man was killed in his bedroom when his vape pen exploded and shot two pieces into his head. The explosion also burned 80 percent of his body and lit his house on fire.
The psyopsing worked. Gina Haspel now appears to have secured enough votes to be confirmed as director of the Central Intelligence Agency, after two additional Senate Democrats today announced they will vote for her.
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