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Bizarre secret Scientology museum pins blame for Holocaust and 9/11 on psychiatry

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The Church of Scientology has been running a museum in Los Angeles that blames the entire practice of psychiatry for crimes against humanity ranging from the Holocaust to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The Daily Beast reports that the Scientology-funded museum, which is called “Psychiatry: An Industry of Death,” features exhibits that include a film that warns viewers that the sinister tentacles of psychiatry are responsible for horrific tragedies “everywhere you look.”

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In addition to the film, the Daily Beast reports that museum goers are then treated to a “dimly-lit maze of exhibits with framed torture devices, belligerent wall text, and video testimonies from tear-stained victims.” Other exhibits posit that the 9/11 attacks were devised by a psychiatrist associate of Osama bin Laden as a way to boost anti-depressant sales, while the Holocaust is described as “a psychiatric movement that would cause the deaths of millions.”

Other atrocities blamed on psychiatry include mass shootings at schools, South African apartheid, segregation and slavery.

Psychiatry has long been a bogeyman for the Church of Scientology, as evidenced by Tom Cruise’s infamous 2005 meltdown during the “Today Show” in which he ranted about “the history of psychiatry” and linked it to multiple societal ills.

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CNN reporter explains why the Manhattan Trump subpoena is different — and more serious — than Democrats’ investigation

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On Monday's edition of CNN's "The Situation Room," reporter Kara Scannell analyzed the new subpoena by Manhattan prosecutors for President Donald Trump's tax and business records — and how it differs from the existing requests issued by House Democrats.

"As you know, Kara, President Trump so far has fended off multiple attempts to make his tax returns public," said anchor Wolf Blitzer. "Could this new subpoena in a criminal investigation in New York lead to a different result?"

"Well that is the big question here, Wolf," said Scannell. "Will Donald Trump and his lawyers and the Trump Organization move to quash the subpoena, which is in a criminal context. The other subpoenas that have been sent by the House Democrats seeking Donald Trump's financial records from Deutsche Bank and Capital One, and also a subpoena to Mazars accounting firm, they are playing out in court. But a criminal investigation is somewhat different than what the House Democrats are looking into. There are different rules around that."

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‘He has a lot to dish’: John Bolton reportedly in talks to write a tell-all about Trump

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On Monday, The Daily Beast reported that former National Security Adviser John Bolton is in contact with literary agents to write a tell-all book about his time in President Donald Trump's White House.

"He has a lot to dish," said a source, telling the Beast that there was no indication that Bolton had yet decided on an agency.

Bolton, a notorious war hawk who has spent years agitating for war against Iran, has had a bumpy relationship with the president ever since he was brought in to replace General H. R. McMaster in 2018. He was reportedly frustrated that the president pushed back on military interventions in various conflicts, and told Trump at one point that he would not go on Sunday talk shows to defend his foreign policy.

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‘Never ending bullsh*t’: Internet stunned as Trump goes off on a bizarre Oval Office rant about ammunition

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Once again, President Donald Trump went off on a contradictory rant about foreign policy and a possible war with Iran.

In the Oval Office Monday, Trump told the press that he's waiting to hear back from the Saudis before he will make any decisions on retaliating for the bombing of one of the largest oil fields in the world. Then he proceeded to go off about "ammo."

“I’m not concerned at all,” Trump told reporters about the Middle East. “We have military power the likes of which the world has never seen. I’m not concerned at all.”

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