Brettt Kavanaugh, a 53 year old Catholic, has major ties to the swamp. He served as the staff secretary under George W. Bush, he led the investigation into the suspicious suicide of Bill Clinton’s Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster and assisted in Kenneth Starr’s 1998 report outlining the case for Clinton’s impeachment.
Sweden: Bernt Herlitz, a dental hygienist, was fired from his job when he blew the whistle in 2016 on “child” refugees entering his country, who were really adults posing as children to get welfare and benefits. He sued his employer, the county of Gotland, and won damages, but it was appealed and he was fined $54,000.
Maryland: An illegal alien from Guatemala, Roberto Garza Palacios, received only a $280 fine for causing the deaths of an FBI agent and an arson investigator after he struck them with his vehicle as they stood on the side of a highway following an accident. The impact from Garza Palacios’ car sent the two off-duty officers over the median and into traffic.
Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer affecting women, and claims 41,000 lives each year in the US. A new study claims that women who maintained higher blood levels of vitamin D slashed their risk of developing the disease by 20%. Researchers also found that taking a vitamin D supplement at least four times a week could cut cancer risk by 11%.