Finland Plans to be the First Country to Offer Bird Flu Vaccinations



  • The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol has released at least 400 suspected terrorists into the country, it says by mistake, and 50 of them are still unaccounted for. We have immigration expert Todd Bensman to break it down.
  • Finland will become the world's first country to offer bird flu vaccinations. And, yes, they will be mRNA gene-based injections.
  • Two NASA astronauts are stuck in space for at least another 10 days and perhaps longer as officials try to address problems with Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft.
  • Documents obtained during Russia’s military operation in Ukraine confirm Kiev’s long-held interest in working with the United States in the development of biological weapons of mass destruction.
  • And the Supreme Court rules it’s perfectly OK that the Biden administration colluded with the Big Tech social-media companies to censor the internet speech of millions of Americans.

All these stories and more when the Worldview Report begins, right now!


Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report.

The U.S. government released more than 400 migrants brought to the U.S. border by an ISIS-affiliated human smuggling network because they weren’t on the terrorist watchlist. They came from several countries known to be hotbeds of terrorism such as Kyrgyzstan, Tagikistan, Moldova, Russia and Uzbekistan. 

A Department of Homeland Security official told NBC News that 150 have been arrested but the whereabouts of another 50 across 17 states are completely unknown and unaccounted for.

It is unclear exactly how many of the 150 who were arrested have been deported. An official told NBC News some of the 150 were deported but not all.

Some of the migrants with ISIS ties “may have already left the U.S. voluntarily,” according to the NBC report, if you can believe that.

I interviewed journalist and immigration-national security expert Todd Bensman on my other show earlier this week, and he said these migrants likely came here for one reason, to commit acts of terror.

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In other news, the House subcommittee chairman investigating the January 6 Capitol riot's intelligence and security failures made an extraordinary intervention Wednesday at the Supreme Court, telling the justices he believes an earlier Democrat-led investigation into the tragedy was “factually and procedurally invalid.”

Because of this, the committee could not lawfully hold ex-Trump adviser Stephen Bannon in contempt of Congress.

The 11th-hour amicus brief filed by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., comes as the nation's highest court considers Bannon's emergency request to delay his four-month prison sentence for contempt of Congress set to begin July 1 until the legal issues are resolved.

Congressman Loudermilk pleaded in his motion to the court:

“This Court should conclude that the entire prosecutorial process against the applicant was tainted and must be dismissed as a matter of law.”

Loudermilk offered a technical and procedural challenge, arguing the failure of former Speaker Nancy Pelosi to allow Republicans to pick their own ranking member on the Democrat-run January 6 select committee violated the rules Congress set for itself and therefore tainted the committee's efforts to compel Bannon to testify and to hold him in criminal contempt when he defied a subpoena back in 2022.

Loudermilk further argued in his brief:

“The Select Committee violated the House Rules and House Regulations for the Use of Deposition Authority ... which governed the Select Committee’s authority and ability to issue subpoenas and conduct depositions of witnesses. The House was not properly informed of this violation when it voted to hold Mr. Bannon in contempt.”


Two NASA astronauts are stuck in space for at least another 10 days and perhaps longer as officials try to address problems with Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft.

On June 5, a Starliner launched flight commander Barry Wilmore and flight pilot Sunita Williams to the International Space Station. Helium leaks and a thruster issue emerged to keep the Starliner in space.

Wilmore and Williams were initially expected to return on June 14. No official date for their return exists, according to ABC.

Reuters, citing NASA sources it did not name, said the earliest date being considered is July 6.

Boeing told Newsweek that the helium leaks and thruster issues were “not a concern” with only one of 27 thrusters still defective.

Boeing said a spacewalk planned for July 2 will be a key to deciding when a return flight takes place.

Wayne Hale, former NASA space shuttle program director who directed 40 shuttle flights said, told The Washington Post:

“I have a great deal of confidence they are looking at it very hard and they would not commit to the de-orbit of a spacecraft that was unsafe.”

Hale said the certification process that would allow Boeing to join SpaceX as an approved launch provider is a “painstaking review.”

Hale added that “clearly these two issues need to be resolved” before NASA gives Boeing its full approval.


On Wednesday, Finland announced that it is going to become the world's first country to offer bird flu vaccinations. And, yes, they will be mRNA gene-based injections.

The preemptive vaccine will begin being rolled out next week and will initially go to those who work with animals. The move comes as the H5N1 strain, also known as the bird flu, has led to the slaughter of millions of poultry and has started spreading to other animals such as cows in the United States.

A look into the details, however, shows something peculiar - there are hardly any bird flu cases whatsoever in humans. 

In fact, only 11 people contracted it in the entire WORLD - including five in Cambodia alone. The United States has had three positive cases - believed to have been from direct contact with an infected cow. And none of those three people have died.

This appears to be another plandemic in the making.


Documents obtained during Russia’s military operation in Ukraine confirmed Kiev’s long-held interest in working with the United States in the development of biological weapons of mass destruction. This is according to public remarks by Lt. General Igor Kirillov, who is Chief of Russia’s Radiation, Chemical and Biological Protection Troops.

He said at a news conference on the subject of military-biological activities by the U.S. and Ukraine, as reported by the TASS Russian News Agency: 

“Over the course of the special military operation, documents from the Main Investigative Directorate of the Security Service of Ukraine were obtained, which confirmed the Kiev regime’s interest in continuing work with weapons of mass destruction.”

Russia had already filed with the Biological Weapons Convention in Geneva a dossier regarding the activities of the biolabs opened in Ukraine by the U.S. Pentagon under former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.

Panetta is a previous director of the Central Intelligence Agency. 

Among the main objectives was the study of coronaviruses according to the Predict 2 project wanted by the Obama-Biden administration and edited by the infamous virologist Dr. Anthony Fauci.

In one of these studies, Covid-19 was studied three months before it made its appearance thanks to a grant from the American government agency USAID.

Now more hot documents related to experiments on other dangerous viruses have been discovered.

According to the Russian military official, the Security Service of Ukraine sent an inquiry to the National Academy of Sciences in October 2023 about whether the academy’s organizations had the capabilities to conduct research on samples of chemical, radiological, biological and nuclear weapons, and received confirmation of dual-use research.

The research was conducted under an agreement signed in 2005 between the U.S. Department of Defense and the Ukrainian Health Ministry for cooperation in preventing the spread of technologies, pathogens, and information that could be used to develop biological weapons.

The reply also detailed the capabilities of the Odessa Anti-Plague Institute laboratory, as well as plans to upgrade the lab with the help of Pentagon funding.

Kirillov quoted the reply as saying:

“Collections of such particularly dangerous pathogens as plague and cholera are still being kept in storage.”

The general added:

“Let me remind you that Washington’s main goal is to bring strains of dangerous pathogens and biomaterials out of Ukraine, as well as to implement a number of very specific programs code-named UP and TAP.”

Among the programs at the biolabs were the “Study of the possibility of spreading particularly dangerous pathogens through migratory birds” – yes, that would be bird flu. A strain of swine flu was also being studied.


North Korea has agreed to send military units to Ukraine in support of Russian troops, as the war continues to escalate and draw in new participants.

The British news outlet The Express, reports that, last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin made an official state visit to North Korea, the first time in 24 years that he had travelled to the country.

The Russian leader and his host Kim Jong Un signed a defense pact on June 19, promising military assistance to one another.

Within days of signing the agreement, North Korea has announced it will be sending a unit of military engineers to join Russia's army on the ground in the Donetsk region.

The North Korean unit is expected to arrive in Ukraine as soon as next month, raising fears that Pyongyang is becoming an active combatant in the war.

The country is already supplying Russia with ammunition and missiles and is reported to have shipped as many as 1.6 million artillery shells to Putin's army.

A spokesman for the Pentagon said North Korean troops would be sent to their slaughter and questioned the wisdom of the deployment.


The Daily Signal reports that the Miss Maryland USA pageant professes to celebrate both the beauty and confidence of young women, promising a “fair environment in which young women have the opportunity to develop skills that will help them win in life by being their personal best in everything they do.”

But on June 1, when the beauty pageant crowned a man the winner of Miss Maryland USA, a number of the contestants felt that they had not been granted that fair and supportive environment they were promised.

The male winner goes by the name Bailey Anne Kennedy and identifies as a transgender woman. The day that he was crowned Miss Maryland USA was also the first day of Pride Month—a fact that was not lost on the contestants.

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This next story, which also comes to us from the Daily Signal, will make your blood boil, especially if you live in a conservative red state like Oklahoma.

The giant asset management firm BlackRock has used the pension funds of Oklahomans since 2022 to advance a radical climate and race-baiting agenda, according to a report from conservative watchdog group American Accountability Foundation (AAF).

Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS) enlists the services of BlackRock, which managed around $4.4 billion of the system’s investments as of June 2023, according to its annual financial report. BlackRock voted 54 times to back shareholder proposals “supporting policies such as racial equity audits, gender pay gap reports, efforts to defund conservative candidates and pro-business trade associations, and radical climate policy.” This is according to AAF, based on documents it obtained through a public records request.

So, we have BlackRock, being run by World Economic Forum globalist Larry Fink, using the pension fund from a conservative state to push radical political policies and suppress the voices of conservatives. 

And if BlackRock is doing this in Oklahoma, you can bet they’re doing it in other conservative states. It’s time for Republican lawmakers and governors to wake up and put an end to this charade, where we fund our own demise. Stop being lazy, moronic, controlled opposition and start taking your job seriously.


Well, now we have something positive and heartwarming to report.

After spending the last five-plus years in a dingy British jail, often in solidary confinement, the muckraking journalist Julian Assange landed yesterday in his home country of Australia a free man. His only crime was publishing embarrassing truths about the U.S. and U.K. governments.

Here’s the footage of that homecoming.



U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who has a net worth of $20 million, says inflation is not a problem and she doesn’t get sticker shock when she goes grocery shopping.


No, she said, when faced with the truth. No sticker shock at the grocery store. Not for the multimillionaire Janet Yellen. Everything is just fine and inflation is under control in the world according to Yellen.


Time now for our Worldview Report commentary.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that it’s perfectly OK that the Biden administration colluded with the Big Tech social-media companies to censor the internet speech of millions of Americans.

The Court ruled 6-3 in Murthy v. Missouri that challengers alleging the Biden regime colluded with social-media companies to remove content the government viewed as unfavorable did not have the legal right to sue and did not rule on the merits. The High Court determined neither the Louisiana and Missouri attorneys general nor the five private individuals who brought the lawsuit had standing to seek an injunction against any of the government defendants.


The plaintiffs attributed the restrictions they experienced on social media to U.S. Surgeon General, the White House Press Secretary, and dozens of other Biden administration officials from The White House, FBI, and CDC. They alleged a “coordinated campaign” between the officials and Big Tech companies, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google, to censor content dealing with opposition to government narratives about COVID-19, the validity of the 2020 election, the Hunter Biden laptop story, abortion, gender discussions, and more.


The Supreme Court noted that while the social media platforms had their own “independent incentives to moderate content,” the government was indeed influential in those choices but rejected the assertion that there was a “concrete link” between the free speech injuries and the government.

So, because six justices lack the will to decide on a major question of how speech gets regulated and censored in America, which is basically by the government outsourcing the censorship to private social-media platforms, this amounts to a major defeat for free speech. Sadly, it amounts to another nail in the coffin of our constitutional republic. I say that because the government has found an end-run around the Constitution that enables it to shut down the free flow of information in this country, and without vital information flowing to the public, enabling it to make educated electoral decisions, there is no democracy and there is no constitutional restraint on the federal government. And any government that succeeds in trampling its own Constitution, the very document meant to keep it in check, cannot be called either a democracy or a republic.

Again, it was two Trump-appointed justices who sided with the liberals on the court to come up with this horrendous anti-American judicial ruling.

Justice Amy Coney Barrett authored the majority opinion stating it was a “tall order” to associate government actions with the injuries or even with “a substantial risk of future injuries.” She was joined by Justice Kavanaugh, a fellow Trump appointee, John Roberts and the court’s three liberal justices.

Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, and Neil Gorsuch dissented from the majority opinion. Justice Alito in his dissent stated that the evidence was “more than sufficient” to establish the right to sue the federal government.


Justice Alito quoted another Supreme Court decision from earlier this month which stated that government efforts to “dictate” or “suppress” protected speech are “presumptively unconstitutional” even when it involves a “third-party intermediary.”

Alito added that:

“As we said there, ‘a government official cannot do indirectly what she is barred from doing directly,’ and while an official may forcefully attempt to persuade, ‘[w]hat she cannot do . . . is use the power of the State to punish or suppress disfavored expression. If the lower courts’ assessment of the voluminous record is correct, this is one of the most important free speech cases to reach this Court in years.”

And just when we the people needed them most, to stand up for freedom of speech and the press, six justices took a pass.

That does it for this edition of the Worldview Report. Thanks for watching and supporting this broadcast.

Until next time…


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