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The Telegraph, Citing Anonymous Sources, Claims Hezbollah 'Storing Missiles and Explosives at Lebanon's Main Airport' ChrisMenahan

The UK paper The Telegraph, citing exclusively anonymous sources, ran an article on Sunday with no named author claiming Hezbollah is "storing missiles and explosives at Lebanon's main airport."

The report reads like pure propaganda and Israel swiftly shared the report on their official X account to provide a pretext for blowing the airport up.

The Air Transport Union in Lebanon denied the report and invited foreign media outlets to tour the airport "with their camera crews and verify for themselves."

They derided The Telegraph's report as an "incitement to kill us."

(SQAUK) — A recent post on Watcher Forum has reignited the controversy surrounding the murder of DNC staffer Seth Rich. The post presents alleged new evidence suggesting Rich was not only alive when found but was murdered in the hospital under suspicious circumstances. These allegations could indicate a significant cover-up involving political figures and law enforcement officials if proven true.

A Mossad surveillance team made quite a public spectacle of themselves on 9-11.

The New York Times reported Thursday that a group of five men had set up video cameras aimed at the Twin Towers prior to the attack on Tuesday, and were seen congratulating one another afterwards. (1)

(SQAUK) — The untimely death of Tupac Shakur, one of hip-hop’s most influential figures, has long been shrouded in mystery and speculation. According to the official narrative, Shakur was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 13, 1996. However, several conspiracy theories have emerged, suggesting that his death was faked. One of the most intriguing theories proposes that Shakur’s death was staged as part of a state or federal witness relocation program and that he is now living under the alias Akill the MC.

Left wing fact-checker admits Trump never called Charlottesville neo-Nazis very fine people in blow to Biden MikeRivero

The left-leaning fact-checking website Snopes acknowledged Saturday that former President Trump never called neo-Nazis "very fine people" during his press conference following the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in 2017.

Critics of Trump have claimed for years that he equated neo-Nazis with counterprotesters following the event. President Biden was chief among those critics, citing the supposed incident as a main reason for launching his 2020 campaign. 

Snopes.com, perhaps the most well-known fact-checking website, has finally confirmed — seven years later — that President Donald Trump did not refer to neo-Nazis in Charlottesville in August 2017 as “very fine people.”

Government watchdog Judicial Watch is battling the Department of Justice over Special Counsel Robert Hur’s audiotapes with President Joe Biden.

On Friday, Judicial Watch asked a federal court to release the audiotapes Hur recorded when he interviewed Joe Biden for his classified documents probe.

The group also demands the court reject the DOJ’s attempt to rewrite the Freedom of Information Act to protect Biden.

Well, well, well, the FBI has been busy little bees, buzzing around to help their honey bear, Hunter Biden, avoid the hot seat. It appears this crooked and disgraced organization is pouring all their energy into this lately, and who can blame them? It seems the Biden boys are always up to no good.