The 17th anniversary of 9/11 is approaching, and a new report shows that 9,795 people, many first responders, are suffering from cancer caused by inhaling the highly toxic dust. The report is from the federally funded World Trade Center Program, which reports 400 deaths from this source. Following the demolition of the Twin Towers and Building 7, the government said the air was safe. One week after the attacks, Christine Todd Whitman, Administrator of the EPA, assured people in New York and Washington, DC, that “their air is safe to breathe, and their water is safe to drink.” -GEG
The city is approaching a terrible milestone — nearly 10,000 people have suffered cancers linked to the toxic dust and smoke at Ground Zero, The Post has learned.
With the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks a month away, the federal World Trade Center Health Program has counted 9,795 first responders, downtown workers, residents, students and others with cancer deemed 9/11-related.
In all, more than 1,700 responders and others affected have died, including 420 of those stricken with cancer, officials said.
“9/11 is still killing,” said John Feal, an advocate for WTC responders. “Sadly, this fragile community of heroes and survivors is shrinking by the day.”
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US will cap the number of refugees allowed into the country at 30,000 for fiscal-year 2019, down from the cap of 45,000 last year. Former President Obama’s set the cap limit of 110,000 refugees to be admitted for fiscal year 2017.
The Center for Immigration Studies says that there are nearly 62-million migrants and their children, who were born in the US and given birthright citizenship, living within the country. Immigrants and their US-born children now represent about 1-in-5 residents in America, a population that is expected to increase.
US Representative, Keith Ellison, Deputy Chair of the Democratic National Committee since 2017, has been accused of domestic abuse against his ex-girlfriend, Karen Monahan, who supports her accusation with text messages, medical records, and therapy records.
Democrat Representative John Garamendi added racism and sexism to the argument by saying the senators who support Kavanaugh are white racists who are hostile to women. [The allegations against Kavanaugh have nothing to do with race, but the left has added that issue to present themselves as virtuous and to conceal their true political motivation.]
Natarajan Subramanian, an auditor for the GAO, says there are numerous communists in the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) party and that he is one of them. He says that DSA only endorses candidates who can be controlled.
French politician, Marine Le Pen, says a court ordered her to undergo psychiatric evaluation for denouncing terrorism and posting a series of images on Twitter showing ISIS executions of hostages. If convicted, she faces a maximum fine of a €75,000 and up to three-years in prison.
Illegal aliens have stolen 39-million Social-Security numbers which now are being used to work in the US. The issue stems from an executive order issued by Obama that stopped notification to employers if their workers’ identities didn’t match up with the Social-Security number on their W-2 tax forms.
Black First, Land First (BLF) party leader Lindsay Maasdorp, says white “existence is a crime”. Maasdorp has come under fire in the past for his post on Facebook and Twitter stating, “I have aspirations to kill white people, and this must be achieved!”
Democrat Congressmen Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Adam Schiff and Mark Warner sent a letter to top intelligence leaders reminding them that they had agreed they “would not provide the White House or any of the President’s attorneys with access to sensitive information briefed to a small group of designated Members.”
Allison Hrabar, a paralegal at the Department of Justice and active member of the Democrat Socialists of America, admitted using government resources to find Wiley’s address and to run a license-plate report on his car, which is in violation of the Hatch Act.
If America wanted to follow Sweden’s successful turnaround, the US would need to deregulate more markets, reform Social Security, remove all taxes on property and inheritance, etc. [Marxists will never agree to that, even if they thought it would be good for the economy because, to them, control over the people is more important than prosperity.]
This deep state employee is part of the anti-Trump resistance movement and said his goal is to, “Resist everything.” He joked that, even if he got caught, it is impossible to fire a federal employee.
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Tehran has been ordered by a US court to pay more than $6 billion to victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, despite the fact that most of the plane hijackers were Saudi nationals, and no direct link was ever found to Iran. The judgement is meant to demonize Iran and the ruling is seen as symbolic and unenforceable.
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%.
A retired EPA official is at the center of more than 20 lawsuits that allege Monsanto failed to warn of cancer risks from glyphosate, the key ingredient in its Roundup weed killer. Jess Rowland, a former EPA deputy division director, is accused of helping Monsanto by publishing a report advising that there was not enough evidence to link glyphosate to cancer, which preempted further research. The EPA is trying to stop his deposition in March.