The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia responded on May 27 to the statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry about the unwillingness of the Georgian and American sides to allow Russian representatives to check the office of medical research of the US Army-Georgia operating in the Richard Lugar Center BioLAB.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has appointed the former President of Georgia, and the head of the Odessa Regional State Administration, Mikheil Saakashvili as the Chairman of the Executive Committee for Reforms. This is stated in the decree, “Issues of the National Council of Reforms and the Executive Committee of Reforms,” signed by Zelensky on Thursday, May 7.
Recently, a fictional movie about Putin has been completed. The budget for the film was 800 million Rubles ($13.1 million) The movie has a historic theme and Vladimir Putin is portrayed as Czar Nikolas I and the whole plot is about how the emperor is always right. The epoch is early 1800s. It is not a surprise, with the movie budget alone, to believe the film is social engineering propaganda in the post Russian space. Of course, along the golden Russian tradition, the film has already been leaked on purpose. That way it will reach a wider audience everywhere versus people having to go to a Russian movie theater to see it. It is a prelude.
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- NORTH DAKOTA: The North Dakota arm of the Democratic Party is running ads on Facebook discouraging hunters from turning out to vote in Tuesday’s midterm elections. A spokesman for North Dakota Gaming and Fish told Port the same: “We’ve never heard of that.”
- MONTANA: An email, purportedly from the Montana Democratic Party, is being sent to businesses seeking support for re-electing Sen. Jon Tester. But the bogus email misrepresents Tester’s stances, saying he supports abolishing ICE and repealing the GOP tax cuts.
- INDIANA: The Indiana Democratic Party sent out a mailer promising voters there is a choice for Senate “who will really lower your taxes.” But that choice wasn’t Democratic incumbent Sen. Joe Donnelly. The mailer calls Libertarian Senate candidate Lucy Brenton “the anti-tax candidate” and says she would “cut red tape on small businesses, helping them create better jobs in Indiana.”
- Activists with Project Veritas embedded with campaigns of unknowing Democrats across the country ahead of the midterms. So far, the group has posted undercover videos with liberal campaign workers or candidates in six tight races: MISSOURI, NORTH DAKOTA, TENNESSEE, ARIZONA, FLORIDA, OREGON and VIRGINIA.
- OHIO: Facebook ads from a new, mystery group have started running promoting the candidacy of Green Party candidate Joe Manchik in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District — the closest and most at-risk Republican seat in the state. The group is not only supporting Manchik. They are also running Facebook ads for third party candidates in other tightly-contested races in a handful of districts across the U.S.
- GEORGIA: Oprah Winfrey campaigned for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams on Thursday. But Winfrey made it clear to the audience that she’s not running for President in 2020.
- Twitter deleted more than 10,000 automated accounts posting messages that discouraged people from voting in Tuesday’s U.S. election and wrongly appeared to be from Democrats, after the party flagged the misleading tweets.
- Former President Obama has recorded more than 50 last-minute messages for Democratic candidates across the country, a below-the-radar push to get voters to the polls ahead of next week’s midterm elections.
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- Trump’s name isn’t on the ballot, but the combination of strategy and events has all but knocked the actual candidates from both national and local political conversations. The big decision for most voters next week: Whether they want to enhance the president’s power — or check it.
- Trump is keeping the focus on the migrant caravan heading to the southern border. He’s authorized over 5,000 troops to deploy and says the U.S. would build “tent cities” for asylum seekers.
- Candidates and other groups have spent $4.7 billion so far this election, already surpassing the $4.1 billion spent on congressional races in 2016. Recent polling suggests Senator Bob Menendez may hold on in New Jersey. Polls also indicate good news for Democrats in California and Republicans in Texas and Florida.
- Five key races to watch include senate races in Arizona, North Dakota and Texas, as well as the gubernatorial race in Georgia and House District 6 in Kentucky.
- POST ELECTION: There is some historical evidence the stock market will improve. Also, President Trump is expected to make staffing changes, including replacing Attorney General Jeff Sessions.