Did The Whistle Blow On Trump? | Area 51 Is About To Party | 4 Feet Of Rainfall In Texas
This Day in History | 1957
Scientists confirm that DNA holds hereditary data.
It appears that someone from the intelligence community is blowing the whistle on how Trump is handling discussions with Ukraine and his free-wheeling style. Looks like Trump’s art of negotiation, may be ruffling feathers in the political arena.
If the whistling didn’t wake you, maybe it was the partying at Area 51 festivals that did. Or possibly it’s the horror of what’s happening with the catastrophic flooding in southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana that’s not letting you sleep at night. With nearly 4 feet of rain hitting the region, hundreds of water rescues have already been performed.
Our prayers go out to those which are being affected by the floods.
Enjoy your weekend… and remember to, “Read All About It!”
Whistle-Blower Complaint Sets Off a Battle Involving Trump
(New York Times) A potentially explosive complaint by a whistle-blower in the intelligence community said to involve President Trump emerged on Thursday as the latest front in a continuing oversight dispute between administration officials and House Democrats.
While the allegation remains shrouded in mystery, it involves at least one instance of Mr. Trump making an unspecified commitment to a foreign leader and includes other actions, according to interviews. At least part of the allegation deals with Ukraine, two people familiar with it said.
Officials say they’re ready for whatever comes from Area 51 events
(Las Vegas – Review Journal) Officials looking over the pair of Storm Area 51 festivals still don’t know what to expect as the first day of events is set to kick off.
Alienstock in Rachel begins Thursday night and runs through Sunday while Area 51 Basecamp in Hiko occurs Friday and Saturday with a solid number on expected attendees still up in the air.
LIVE: Flooding from Imelda turns deadly in Texas as rainfall totals approach 4 feet
(AccuWeather) Imelda loaded widespread flooding across southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana with over 40 inches of rain falling in several communities. The catastrophic flooding is bringing back unwanted memories of Hurricane Harvey, which devastated the region back in 2017.