“Israeli officials obtained Hamas’s battle plan for the Oct. 7 terrorist attack more than a year before it happened, documents, emails and interviews show. But Israeli military and intelligence officials dismissed the plan as aspirational, considering it too difficult for Hamas to carry out.

The approximately 40-page document, which the Israeli authorities code-named “Jericho Wall,” outlined, point by point, exactly the kind of devastating invasion that led to the deaths of about 1,200 people.

The translated document, which was reviewed by The New York Times, did not set a date for the attack, but described a methodical assault designed to overwhelm the fortifications around the Gaza Strip, take over Israeli cities and storm key military bases, including a division headquarters.

Hamas followed the blueprint with shocking precision.”

The city of Portland is asking the public to decide the fate of the five statues in its custody that were toppled, vandalized and/or removed during the 2020 BLM-Antifa riots. The statues include Lincoln, Washington & Roosevelt. Read:
The United States is returning to the moon on Jan. 25 after 51 years away from the lunar body.

The mission will come nearly 55 years after the famous Apollo 11 mission. However, this time the craft won't be made by NASA but rather by a private company, the Pittsburgh-based Astrobotic. The landing will also be entirely autonomous, and no astronauts will be on board.

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EXCLUSIVE: Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued pharmaceutical giant Pfizer on Thursday for using “highly misleading” rhetoric to con Americans into getting the company’s Covid-19 shot despite its failure to prevent infection or transmission.

Pfizer debuted the jab in late 2020 with the promise that it was 95 percent effective against Covid-19 infection. The company used this statistic, based on a final efficacy analysis, to bully Americans into getting the shots in the name of protecting their family and friends from the virus.

The lawsuit out of Texas, however, alleges that the company “engaged in false, deceptive, and misleading acts and practices by making unsupported claims” about its Covid jab that violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

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