Thursday, August 4, 2022

Wake-Up Call: Alex Jones Admits Sandy Hook 'Happened'

Daily Mail Composite 8/4/22

Infowars host Alex Jones acknowledged in court yesterday that he now realizes the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre was “100 percent real.” The Texas court is considering penalties Jones must pay to the parents of children killed in the 2012 mass shooting. They have faced death threats and harassment from people who believed Jones’ false claims that the massacre was faked. Jones has declared bankruptcy to avoid paying damages, although documents inadvertently leaked to the parents' lawyers indicates that his company grossed $800,000 worth of sales in one day.

Daily Mail Composite 8/4/22
U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski, an Indiana Republican, died yesterday in a head-on collision in Elkhart County. Two of her staff members and the driver of the other vehicle also were killed in the collision. Elected in 2013, Representative Walorski was the leading Republican on the House Ethics Committee. She was 58.

➤3 TRUMP-BACKED CANDIDATES WIN IN ARIZONA: Arizona Republicans have handed victories to three candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump in Tuesday’s primaries, according to election projections by CNN. Blake Masters is expected to win the party’s nomination for U.S. senator from Arizona. Mark Finchem is the projected winner of the primary for Arizona secretary of state. And, Abraham Hamadeh was expected to win as the candidate for attorney general. All three have denied the validity of President Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory.Meanwhile, Rusty Bowers, the speaker of the Arizona House, lost his bid for a state senate nomination to David Farnsworth. Bowers testified to the U.S. House January 6th committee about the pressure placed on him by the former president and his allies to overturn the 2020 election results in his state. Farnsworth got the Trump endorsement.

➤KIDNAPPED GIRL ESCAPES PREDATOR: A 12-year-old Alabama girl escaped her captor and led police to the house where she had been held and the decomposed bodies of two other yet-unidentified victims. U.S. marshals and local police quickly arrested a suspect in the case 25 miles away, in Auburn, Alabama. According to Tallapoosa County police, the child chewed through her restraints to escape.

🥫STUDY: PROCESSED FOODS CAN LEAD TO COGNITIVE DECLINE: A study presented at the Alzheimer's International Conference described how processed foods can lead to cognitive decline. The study examined the diets of 10,000 middle-aged and older adults. Those receiving 20% or more of their calories from processed foods saw faster mental decline in six to 10 years compared with those who did not eat processed foods. Processed foods are linked to inflammation, which can impact brain neurotransmitters.

The NFL is demanding a harsher penalty for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson than the six-game suspension handed down by a disciplinary officer. The league filed an appeal yesterday afternoon. Watson was accused of sexual assault and other misconduct in civil lawsuits filed by 25 women. The alleged incidents occurred in 2020 and 2021 when he was with the Houston Texans.


🏀UCONN HOOPS STAR BUECKERS OUT FOR THE SEASON: Paige Bueckers, star player of the University of Connecticut Huskies, will miss the entire 2022-2023 basketball season due to an injury received in a pickup game. She suffered a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in her left knee. Last year, Bueckers became the first freshman to win consensus national player of the year honors.

🏈‘HOLLYWOOD’ BROWN ARRESTED FOR SPEEDING: Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Marquise Brown, known as “Hollywood” Brown, was arrested yesterday morning on speeding charges, according to a report in He has been sidelined from practice this week by a hamstring injury.

🏈ANTHONY BARR STICKS WITH THE COWBOYS: Veteran linebacker Anthony Barr is staying with the Dallas Cowboys. He reached a one-year agreement with the team, worth $2 million to $3 million.

🏈JUST CALM DOWN, KID: New Orleans Saint rookie player Trevor Penning was kicked out of training camp practice yesterday after getting into a fight with a teammate. It was his third post-whistle scuffle in three days. “We don’t have time for that,” said head coach Dennis Allen. The Saints drafted Penning out of Northern Iowa as the number 19 pick in the 2022 NFL draft.

The Los Angeles Dodgers plan to honor long-time broadcaster Vin Scully on Friday night, when they get back to town. Scully, who called games for the Dodgers in Brooklyn and Los Angeles for a total of 67 years, died Tuesday at age 94. Team members will wear a commemorative black patch decorated with a microphone and the name “Vin."

🌞EXTREME HEAT IS DEADLIEST THREAT: Extreme heat caused more fatalities in the U.S. in 2021 than any other weather event, including floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and rip currents, according to the National Weather Service. Heat killed 190 people in 2021, while the second most-fatal weather event, floods, killed 146.

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