Friday, February 3, 2023

Mykelti Brown SLAMS Meri! You gave up on my dad!

Mykelti Brown has a lot to say about Meri Brown.

And none of it is exactly positive.

On Thursday, Christine Brown’s oldest daughter absolutely tore into the long-time Sister Wives star… just about a week after Meri Brown after Meri and Kody Brown confirmed their marriage was over.

According to Mykelti, via a Crowdcast Live session for her Patreon followers? Mykelti stated that Meri is responsible for the split.

Mykelti Brown SLAMS Meri! You gave up on my dad!

“If you cheat on your spouse, it’s a sign that you are giving up on the relationship.” She shouldn’t be mad at Dad for giving up.

She gave up. She said, ‘I’m done.’ She cheated first.”

Mykelti is referring here to Meri getting close to another individual back in 2015, not long after Kody filed for divorce so that he could legally marry Robyn.

Meri Brown has moved on at last from Kody We wish her the best going forward

Meri believed she was getting close to a man — but ended up the victim of a catfishing scam by a very mean and terrible woman.

On the Sister Wives Season 16 tell-all special, Kody also trashed his now-former spouse as a cheater.

“Meri had an affair. She was leaving my side. She was leaving my ass. Kody stated that she was done with us at the time and added:

“She was deceived. She was leaving me for a better, richer man.”

Meri Brown included this photo to say goodbye to the year 2022 on Instagram

“I never met this person and I regret being drawn into this situation.

“I hope because of it I can help others who find themselves in similar circumstances.”

10 She was leaving me for a better, richer man.”

Meri Brown included this photo as a way to say goodbye to the year 2022 on Instagram.

In a statement to People Magazine after was she duped in this embarrassing manner, Meri said:

“During an emotional and vulnerable time earlier this year, I began speaking with someone online who turned out to be not who they said they were.”

“I never met this person and I regret being drawn into this situation, but I hope because of it I can help others who find themselves in similar circumstances.”[Meri’s child Leon]The scandal caused a major rift in Meri and Kody’s relationship, as the couple stopped sleeping together and were acting as nothing more than friends prior to the confirmation of their break-up.

While dragging Meri this week, Mykelti acknowledged that Meri never physically cheated on Kody.

But she claimed the infidelity was just as real to their family.

heard them having intimate conversations over the telephone,” Mykelti stated.

“And if your sexting, verbal sexting, or any other form of cheating is allowed, it’s still cheating.” That’s still cheating.”

Mykelti’s husband, Tony, also took part in this online Q&A, taking the side of his spouse.

“If it had not been a girl pretending to be a guy, who knows what could have happened,” Tony said.

Back in February 2022, Meri defended her actions eight years ago as follows:01001010″Did I start talking to this person? Yes, I did. Was it because I thought I was talking with a friend? Absolutely…01001010″A lot of people like to look at that as the defining moment and the fracture in mine and Kody’s relationship and it wasn’t.”01001010.01001010

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Copper Development Association Releases New Report, Urges Copper’s Inclusion on the Critical Minerals List

Updated data shows that copper now meets the USGS benchmark Supply Risk score of 0.40 for automatic inclusion on the U.S. Critical Minerals List.

Copper Development Association Releases New Report, Urges Copper’s Inclusion on the Critical Minerals List
Copper Supply Risk Score

In the CDA report, copper's Supply Risk score in 2022 is up to 0.423 and the 4-year weighted average score is now up to 0.407 - both above the USGS 0.40 threshold for automatic inclusion on the list.

The Copper Development Association (CDA) today released a new report replicating the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) methodology used to determine mineral criticality. The analysis shows that copper now meets the USGS benchmark Supply Risk score of 0.40 for automatic inclusion on the U.S. Critical Minerals List. 

Originally created in 2018, the U.S. Critical Minerals List contains minerals deemed essential to U.S. economic or national security and that have a supply chain vulnerable to disruption. The dynamic list is intended by statute to be updated every three years at a minimum, however, the Secretary of Interior can update it at any time. When compiling the 2022 list, USGS utilized a new qualitative methodology to look closer at a supply risk score by calculating the economic vulnerability, disruption potential, and trade exposure of various minerals. USGS stopped calculating with 2018 data when compiling the 2022 list, resulting in copper missing the required 0.40 supply risk score threshold for automatic inclusion. 

"Because USGS data was considerably out of date upon the release of the 2022 Critical Minerals List, and the risks to copper from imports has increased dramatically, we engaged an analyst to update copper's supply risk score with the most recently available data to 2022," said Andrew G. Kireta, Jr., CDA's president and CEO.

New USGS data shows the share of copper consumption that is met by net imports has increased from 33% in 2018 to 44% in 2021 and 41% in 2022. In the first half of 2022, the net import reliance stood at 48%. 

In the CDA report, copper's Supply Risk score in 2022 is up to 0.423 and the 4-year weighted average score is now up to 0.407 - both above the USGS 0.40 threshold for automatic inclusion on the list.

"Copper is and always has been critical to our economic and national security but now to the clean energy transition as well. As copper now meets the threshold for inclusion based on the very latest available data, we need to act immediately to enable the copper industry to provide the essential inputs that copper provides to our national defense and economic security," Kireta said. 

With this data, a broad cross-section of political, policy, and industry leaders have all signed letters to Secretary Haaland urging her to exercise the authority given by statute to officially add copper to the list, without waiting for the next update in three years. Senator Kyrsten Sinema (I-AZ) spearheaded a bipartisan letter from senators representing some of the largest copper-producing and fabricating states.

"Designating copper as a critical mineral strengthens vulnerabilities against foreign adversaries like Russia and China, bolsters our economic and energy security, and fuels Arizona jobs which will keep America strong and ready," said Sinema.

In addition, the co-chairs of the U.S. House Copper Caucus, several governors, and a large coalition of trade associations, unions and industry leaders have signed letters to the Secretary urging the inclusion of copper. Copper Caucus Co-Chairs Bob Latta (R-OH-05) and Brian Higgins (D-NY-26) added, "As Members of Congress whose districts include manufacturing facilities that are copper-intensive and essential to the future of our economy's transition, such a designation would help secure the economic future of these facilities and these communities."

The addition of copper to the Critical Minerals List will allow for streamlined regulations and faster development of new supply sources to meet future demand. To learn more about why copper is a Critical Mineral, and to view all of the support letters, visit www.copperiscritical.org

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