Elon Musk Says Twitter ‘Interfered In Elections’

by Harold Hutchison at CDN

Elon Musk said Wednesday that under prior ownership, Twitter “failed trust & safety” of its users and “interfered in elections” in a post on the site. “The obvious reality, as long-time users know, is that Twitter has failed in trust & safety for a very long time and has interfered …

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Accomplice in the murder of Fort Hood soldier pleads guilty

Candles and flowers adorn a mural of Vanessa Guillen, a soldier based at nearby Fort Hood on July 6, 2020 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Sergio Flores/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 12:12 PM PT – Wednesday, November 30, 2022

The woman charged in soldier Vanessa Guillen’s murder has waived her right to a trial.

On Tuesday, 24-year-old Cecily Aguilar chose to plead guilty for her role in the Fort Hood murder of Guillen.

By pleading guilty to a single count of accessory after the fact and three counts of making a false statement, Aguilar waived her right to a trial. She is currently facing 30 years in prison, a $1 million fine, and an additional 12-year supervised leave.

Guillen was an Army Specialist who was killed, dismembered, and burned by a fellow soldier, Army Spc. Aaron Robinson in April 2020.

Guillen’s family filed a $35 million lawsuit against the U.S. government based on sexual harassment, abuse, assault, rape, sodomy, and wrongful death.

Aguilar was charged as an accomplice for helping her boyfriend cover up the crime. Authorities say that she had allegedly altered and destroyed information in Robinson’s Google account and lied to federal investigators on several occasions.

Guillen’s family appeared at the court hearing to witness Aguilar come forward.

“I’m very taken back by her decision,” Mayra Guillen, Vanessa’s sister, said. “There’s still a lot of mixed emotions. Both angry, and frustration. Now, we have to wait for the actual sentencing. I’m glad that we’re going to have the opportunity to speak in front of the judge, and in front of her. Of course, and hear what she has to say.”

While Aguilar will be sentenced later, Guillen’s family have expressed their wishes for a maximum sentence.

Guillen’s death prompted widespread calls for the military to address sexual harassment and violence.

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Author: Geri Berry

Trump calls out mail-in ballots, Arizona election issues

Former US President Donald Trump speaks at the Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Florida, on November 15, 2022. (Photo by ALON SKUY / AFP) (Photo by ALON SKUY/AFP via Getty Images)

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UPDATED 11:22 AM PT – Wednesday, November 30, 2022

45th President Donald J. Trump has shared a video testimony of the chaos that took place in Maricopa County during the midterms.

When he took to Truth Social on Tuesday, Trump declared that America’s elections are rigged and that they include scams such as mail-in ballots. The 45th president claimed that elections will never be fair as long as mail-in ballots are permitted.

The former president then pointed to the debacle in Arizona’s largest county. He shared statements made by an electioneer as evidence of election fraud.

Trump went on to say that Republicans need to get smart if they still want to have a party and a country.

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Author: Sophia Flores

Tusli Gabbard: Self-proclaimed feminists are trying to erase women completely

Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) speaks during a campaign event on February 9, 2020 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 11:05 AM PT – Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Tulsi Gabbard claims that today’s so-called feminists have set women’s rights back 50 years.

On Tuesday during her podcast, the former Democrat said that today’s self-proclaimed feminists are trying to erase women.

This statement comes after the Biden administration’s reform proposal of Title IX in September which aimed to change the definition of gender in schools.

Gabbard pushed for people to raise their voices and stand up for women’s rights.

“By essentially trying to erase women as an entire category of people,” Gabbard said. “Now, there’s a lot of different ways, but one of those ways is by changing language which is a really big deal. Doing things instead of like using the term ‘mother,’ we’re told to use the term ‘birthing person’ and instead of referring someone as a woman, we refer to them as a ‘menstruating person.’”

This comes as many parents continue to express concerns that the Title IX changes could force biological males into female changing rooms at schools.

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Author: Geri Berry

House passes legislation forcing rail workers to accept Biden offer

Workers walk over empty tracks of the Austrian railway operator OeBB at the Westbahnhof railway station in Vienna on November 28, 2022, during a warning strike of the railway workers over a wage dispute. (Photo by JOE KLAMAR/AFP via Getty Images)

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UPDATED 10:48 AM PT – Wednesday, November 30, 2022

The House of Representatives has passed a legislation that will force rail unions to accept the terms offered to help them by the Biden administration.

On Wednesday, in a 290-137 vote, House lawmakers voted to pass the legislation. 

Those in favor of the legislation say that Congress had to act in order to prevent a strike and give workers what they are asking for. Those against the bill argued that it is not Congress’ place and that they were only voting on it because Joe Biden failed at the negotiation table.

The lower chamber weighed the resolution after top congressional leaders met with Joe Biden on Tuesday. Biden asked Congress to adopt the tentative agreement between railroad workers and operators after he failed to reach terms with all 12 unions. Despite calling himself the most pro-union president, Biden begged Congress to step in to prevent a strike, as a shutdown would be detrimental to the economy.

The September deal allowed for raises and bonuses retroactive to 2020. However, workers are stunned at the lack of paid sick time.

Democrats, such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who claim to be pro-union, are now backing the move to force the agreement on the rail workers.

“It’s not everything I would like to see. I think that we should have paid sick leave,” Pelosi said. “Every country, every developed country in the world has it. We don’t. But nonetheless, we we have an improved situation. And again, I don’t like going against the ability of the unions to strike, but weighing the equities, we must avoid a strike.”

The legislation will now move to the Senate. Senators will have little time to act as rail workers are vowing to strike on December 9th.

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Author: Sophia Flores