Iran Releases Fake Video of Missile Blowing Up the US Capitol
Happy Wednesday Morning America,
Is Iran threatening the US? On Sunday, Iran releases a horrifying fake propaganda video showing a missile blowing up the US Capitol. The clip was allegedly aired before Iran’s supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, delivered a speech. The Republicans now pressure President Biden not to give in by lifting sanctions.
Meanwhile in India, the second wave of coronavirus infections continues to wreak havoc as the nation reported a total of 20 million cases since the pandemic started. What’s more shocking is the number of reported deaths — on average, 120 people die every hour over the last two weeks. Hoping that this pandemic ends the soonest.
Derek Chauvin’s lawyer has filed a motion for a new trial. Why? Because he believes the court violated his client’s constitutional rights and that the jury “committed misconduct.” One of the jurors was photographed wearing a shirt that reads “Get Your Knee Off Our Necks,” and “BLM.”
A recent survey finds that almost 44% of older millennials have been diagnosed with at least one chronic health condition. That’s a lot. Hypertension, diabetes and obesity are the leading conditions. Older millennials are born between 1981 and 1988. It’s not too late to adapt a healthy habit, guys.
Are you experiencing Zoom fatigue? People working at home are complaining about nonstop video calls. Even the CEO of Zoom says “I do have meeting fatigue.” But at least it keeps most of us safe from Covid, right?
Star Wars fans, this is for you. Your dream of owning a real-life lightsaber is finally coming true. And yes, it’s a working lightsaber. The video of the ‘weapon’ was released on Star Wars Day, May 4… May the 4th (Be With You)!
- Iran releases horrifying fake propaganda video showing the US Capitol blow up as GOP sen pushes Biden to take action
- COVID is killing 120 people an hour in India, and it could stay “really grim” for months
- Derek Chauvin’s Attorney Files Motion For New Trial
- 44% of older millennials already have a chronic health condition. Here’s what that means for their futures
- Even the CEO of Zoom Says He Has Zoom Fatigue
- Disney unveils its first real-life retractable lightsaber — and it looks incredible