Gov’t Blunders Sow Election Chaos as Pentagon Plans Space-Based Weapons

by | Oct 12, 2020

Gov’t Blunders Sow Election Chaos as Pentagon Plans Space-Based Weapons

by | Oct 12, 2020

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On Conflicts of Interest #19, Kyle and Will discuss a new Pentagon contract with Elon Musk’s SpaceX to develop a cargo transport system capable of dropping weapons from orbit to anywhere on Earth in an hour flat, part of the company’s shift toward military projects and the weaponization of space.

Ohio’s largest county has admitted that 50,000 residents were mailed erroneous ballots, only raising more questions about the viability of mail-in voting amid talk the 2020 election could be settled in a courtroom.

The Israeli military will soon approve nearly 4,500 new settlement units in the West Bank, further complicating any eventual resolution to the occupation or the creation of a Palestinian state.

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