Omar Accuses Trump of Endangering Her Life | Teen Climate Activist Testifies | Watch Out For Tap Water
This Day in History | 1957
First underground nuclear test takes place in Nevada.
Good morning Middle Americans!
In another tweet related incident, Rep. Ilhan Omar accuses Trump of endangering her life by continuing to spread lies of her disrespect of 9/11. It appears the President was duped by actor, Terrence K. Williams, who tweeted a video of Omar partying, and claiming it was on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Also, the teen nominated for a nobel prize testified in front of congress for the second day in a row, and telling them not to listen to her. That’s right, she wants them to listen to the scientists, then take action. In more worrisome news, a study found that drinking U.S. tap water throughout your life could increase your risk of cancer. Be sure to read the full scoop on this one, as certain individuals are at an even higher risk.
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– Fraser Dixon
Omar: Trump’s retweet of bogus 9/11 dancing claim puts ‘my life at risk’
(Yahoo News) Rep. Ilhan Omar accused President Trump on Wednesday of endangering her life by “continuing to spread lies” that she “partied” on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Terrence K. Williams, a conservative actor and comedian who posted the video, misled his followers by saying the footage was shot on the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg testifies before Congress
(Yahoo News) Appearing on Capitol Hill for the second straight day Wednesday, Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg, who has been nominated for a Nobel Prize, told U.S. lawmakers she did not want them to listen to her. She wants them to listen to the scientists and take action.
Contaminated tap water could lead to 100,000 cases of cancer in the U.S.
(Business Insider) A study from the nonprofit Environmental Working Group found that contaminants in U.S. drinking water could lead to nearly 100,000 cases of cancer among people who drink it for a lifetime.