Hottest News Picks for August 29, 2019


1 AOC Blasts Trump; Gets Dumped on in Return

AOC tried to pick yet another fight with President Trump this week. Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) attempted to pin the deaths of 3,000 Puerto Ricans on Trump because (according to the Left) everything is Trump’s fault. This backlash happened after Trump tweeted that he’s the best thing that’s ever happened to Puerto Rico.

The problem is, as Trump pointed out last year after Hurricane Maria, that the death toll AOC references seems to be inflated by Dems. According to Trump, the death count wasn’t even 20. However, over time that number rose to 3,000 in an attempted smear against the president.

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AOC gets destroyed by facts every time she tries to blame Trump for everything wrong in America. Will she ever learn her lesson, or is she doomed to forever pin the troubles of the world on someone else?


2 US Cyber Attacks Safeguard Vessels in Strait of Hormuz

Iran’s technology infrastructure took a massive hit in late June amid the back-to-back Iranian hijacking of oil freighters. The US covertly launched a cyber assault on the Islamic Revolutionary Guard’s databases. The attacks resulted in Iran’s IT infrastructure being temporarily wiped out.

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Ships have been able to sail safely across the congested trade route since the cyberattacks on June 20th. This safety is temporary while Iran rebuilds its electronic warfare capabilities. The Middle East nation’s empty threats and hostilities against oil tankers don’t carry weight if they can’t track ships.

America’s successful attack proves that Iran isn’t as invincible as they claim to be.


3 Epstein Case Closed

There was both relief and resentment after Jeffrey Epstein’s death earlier in August. Relief because a powerful sexual predator is no longer among the American people. Resentment because his victims were about to be denied the opportunity to share their stories about Epstein’s horrible actions.

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The Epstein case was supposed to have been closed on August 10th, the date of this death. US District Judge Richard Berman, who oversaw the Epstein case, decided to continue the proceedings to allow Epstein’s victims to testify in court. He officially closed the case this week under the rule of abatement when his accusers finished their statements.

Although not all of his victims saw the result they envisioned from the Epstein case, they weren’t denied their voice and ability to officially state the wrongdoings of the deranged billionaire.

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