Ukrainian shelling kills ten-year-old girl

Ukrainian shelling kills ten-year-old girl --The child was torn apart by a shell that hit a residential district in Donetsk, the devastated family told journalists | 5 July 202 | A 10-year-old girl was sitting by a bank in front of her house in Donetsk when a shell fired by Ukrainian forces landed in the middle of the street, killing her. The child was torn apart by shrapnel, the grieving family told RT's Ruptly video news agency. "My granddaughter has been blown into three pieces," the girl's grandfather told journalists. "Look there, there is blood everywhere," he said, pointing to the metallic gates leading to the yard of his house... Ukrainian forces were shelling different parts of the capital of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) on Tuesday, the city's mayor, Aleksey Kuzmin, said in a Telegram post. Several people received shrapnel wounds, Kuzmin said, as he confirmed the girl's death as well.

Zelensky's court bans another Ukrainian opposition party

Zelensky's court bans another Ukrainian opposition party --A court has banned two more parties, including the communists, bringing the total number of outlawed political groups to 15 | 5 July 2022 | A Ukrainian court on Tuesday banned the country's Communist Party (CPU), marking the end of an eight-year saga, and adding the communists to the blacklist of 15 allegedly 'pro-Russian' political movements that are outlawed in Ukraine. The Eighth Administrative Court of Appeal in the western city of Lviv announced "the activities of the Communist Party of Ukraine are prohibited." "Funds and other assets" of the party will be nationalized.

Independence Day shooter escaped in drag - police

Independence Day shooter escaped in drag - police --The man who shot up a Fourth of July parade disguised himself in women's clothing as he escaped, police say | 5 July 2022 | The 21-year-old man who opened fire on a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, killing seven and injuring 30 more, managed to escape by disguising himself in women's clothing, police have revealed. "[Suspect Robert 'Bobby'] Crimo was dressed in women's clothing and investigators do believe he did this to conceal his facial tattoos and his identity," Lake County Major Crime Task Force spokesman Christopher Covelli told reporters on Tuesday. Crimo allegedly used a ladder to climb onto a roof along the parade route and squeezed off 70 rounds into the crowd marching down the street before discarding the gun atop the building in order to avoid suspicion, according to authorities. His disguise, captured on video camera, may have included a wig, according to Covelli.

Eric Adams aide mugged at gunpoint told crooks: 'You don't want to do this. I work for the mayor'

Eric Adams aide mugged at gunpoint told crooks: 'You don't want to do this. I work for the mayor' | 5 July 2022 | Amid rising crime in the Big Apple, one of Mayor Eric Adams's aides was mugged in broad daylight Tuesday while scouting a location in Brooklyn for a planned visit by Hizzoner, law-enforcement sources told The Post. The brazen caper took place even though the victim, a civilian member of Adams's advance team, cautioned that he was a well-connected City Hall employee, a high-ranking police source said. "You don’t want to do this. I work for the mayor," he told the two crooks. But in a show of utter contempt, they ignored the warning, with one man lifting his shirt to display the butt of a pistol tucked into his pants, the source said.

Texas border county officials declare 'invasion'

Texas border county officials declare 'invasion' --"The federal government is not going to do it," Uvalde's mayor said. | 5 July 2022 | Officials from Texas border counties on Tuesday declared an "invasion" at the Southern Border in an effort to bring attention to the issue and urge Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to make a similar declaration. Judges, mayors, and county leaders from four counties – Goliad, Uvalde, Kinney, and Terrell – three of which border Mexico, held a press conference featuring national figures in Brackettville, Texas. "This is the first time in American history, today, that...a judge has found as a matter of law that the United States is being invaded," former Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli said. Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy asserted that the governor and the state attorney general need to declare an invasion. Roy listed problems at the border and said, "You're damn right that's an invasion. What else do you call it?"

Pfizer Ordered By Uruguayan Judge to Report Composition of Covid-19 Vaccines Including Any Presence of 'Graphene Oxide' or 'Nanotechnological Elements'

Pfizer Ordered By Uruguayan Judge to Report Composition of Covid-19 Vaccines Including Any Presence of 'Graphene Oxide' or 'Nanotechnological Elements' | 4 July 2022 | According to a recent ruling by an Uruguayan judge, the government and the pharmaceutical company Pfizer must provide all the information they have on the COVID vaccine's biochemical composition, including any evidence of "graphene oxide" or "nanotechnological elements" as well as proof of the vaccine's efficacy and safety. Administrative Litigation Court (TCA) Judge Alejandro Recarey made the order in response to a request to suspend the immunization of children from five years of age in Uruguay. According to the court order released on Saturday, Judge Alejandro Recarey ordered the Presidency, the Ministry of Public Health, the State Health Services Administration (ASSE), and Pfizer to present all the information on Covid-19 vaccines within 48 hours, El Observador reported.

Two officers shot after 'security incident' in Philadelphia

Two officers shot after 'security incident' in Philadelphia | 4 July 2022 | Two Philadelphia police officers were shot near the Benjamin Franklin Parkway as thousands of people celebrated a Fourth of July concert and fireworks show, local officials and media said. "There is a security incident on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway," emergency authorities said, referring to the shooting. Both officers were in stable condition, CBS3 Philadelphia said, citing the police department. Police were searching for the shooter.

More Than 82 Million Doses of COVID-19 Shots Discarded in U.S. Due to Low Demand

More Than 82 Million Doses of COVID-19 Shots Discarded in U.S. Due to Low Demand --The two states that discarded the most doses of COVID shots were Oklahoma and Alaska. | 4 July 2022 | The U.S. Centers for Control and Disease Prevention (CDC) said that pharmacies, state health authorities and federal agencies in the United States discarded 82.1 million doses of COVID-19 shots between December 2020 and May 2022. The discarded doses equate to over 11 percent of the COVID vaccine doses the U.S. government distributed across the country... The demand for COVID shots in the U.S. has decreased, which is another reason contributing to wastage of so many doses.

Mississippi Governor Warns Doctors Will Lose License for Prescribing Medication Abortions

Mississippi Governor Warns Doctors Will Lose License for Prescribing Medication Abortions | 4 July 2022 | On Sunday, the Republican governor of Mississippi, Tate Reeves, said that doctors in the state would lose their medical licenses for prescribing abortion pills after a new law takes effect on August 1. Reeves made the statement during an interview on Fox News Sunday during a discussion about the recent reversal of Roe v. Wade by the U.S. Supreme Court. "If a physician is practicing medicine in the state of Mississippi, they have to have a license to do so and if abortion is illegal in our state, which it is, then those medicines will not be allowed and they will not have a license to practice in our state," Reeves said. He noted that any doctors practicing medicine in the state "whether it's through telemedicine or otherwise" was going to be held to the "standards of care that we require in our state." He further said those standards were also "based upon state law."

Suspect at Large After Shooting at Highland Park Fourth of July Parade

Suspect at Large After Shooting at Highland Park Fourth of July Parade --"STAY OUT OF THE AREA - allow law-enforcement and first responders to do their work," the sheriff posted. | 4 July 2022 | Police are searching for the person who reportedly fired shots during the Fourth of July parade in Highland Park Monday morning, authorities said. The shooting happened just after 10 a.m. near Central Avenue and 2nd Street in downtown Highland Park, according to reports. A large police presence from the state and neighboring suburban Chicago departments was seen along the parade route. Further details about the shooting and any injuries were not immediately confirmed by police.

Illinois Fourth of July parade erupts into chaos after multiple people shot

Breaking: Illinois Fourth of July parade erupts into chaos after multiple people shot --Suspect was shooting from "elevated position" --"Element of pre-planning involved" --Bill Daly, former FBI investigator  --Governor: Nine people shot --Police are reportedly patrolling the parade area with rifles | 4 July 2022 | Multiple people are feared dead after a reported shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, on Monday. Witnesses say crowds fled the sound of gunfire, and others saw at least five bloodied people lying on the ground and another under a blanket, according to the Chicago Sun Times. The number of victims remains unclear. Police have reportedly requested a canine unit to assist in finding the suspect. The Lake County Sheriff's Office, where Highland Park is located, confirmed that a shooting had occurred and urged people to stay out of the area. (Wires, live reporting from Fox News)

Biden: US to Announce $800+ Million in New Funding Package for Ukraine, Including Air Defense

Biden: US to Announce $800+ Million in New Funding Package for Ukraine, Including Air Defense | 30 June .2022 | Earlier in the week, US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said that a new defense package for Ukraine, that includes advanced medium and long-range air defense capabilities, was in the works. The United States will announce over $800 million in new funding for Ukraine over the coming days, air defense included, Joe Biden said when speaking at the NATO summit in Madrid. Kiev has already received over $12 billion in financial and military assistance since the start of Russia's military operation, according to Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.

S&P 500 wraps worst first half since 1970

S&P 500 wraps worst first half since 1970 --Consumer inflation rose 8.6% in May, a fresh 40-year high | 30 June 2022 | Stocks wrapped up the worst first half in fifty years as the second quarter closed on Thursday with inflation at a 40-year high. The S&P 500, the broadest measure of stocks, is down 20.6% this year the worst since 1970, as tracked by Dow Jones Market Data Group. That makes 2022 the fifth-worst half performance on record. Stocks are falling as the possibility of a recession rises. "I think there is a very real risk of a recession, it is perhaps inevitable we do have an economic downturn before 2024," said John Lonski, president of economic forecasting firm Thru the Cycle.

No Federal Training for 40,000 Unvaccinated Members of the Army National Guard After Deadline - May Face Possible Expulsion

No Federal Training for 40,000 Unvaccinated Members of the Army National Guard After Deadline - May Face Possible Expulsion | 2 July 2022 | Nearly 40,000 Army National Guard personnel who refused to take the experimental COVID vaccine after the deadline will be barred from participating in federal training and may face financial fines or possible expulsion. Thursday was the last day for members of the Army National Guard to submit their vaccination forms. According to authorities from the National Guard who spoke with CBS News, 14,000 of the more than 40,000 members of the Guard who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 have said that they have no plans to obtain the vaccination in the future.

Fourth of July travel: Hundreds of flights canceled on busy weekend

Fourth of July travel: Hundreds of flights canceled on busy weekend | 2 July 2022 | Travel for the Fourth of July weekend has begun, sending airlines into a whirlwind as the COVID-19 pandemic subsides and transportation returns to normal. By 11 a.m. EST Saturday, there were already Saturday cancellations within, into or departing the United States, according to the flight-tracking website FlightAware. Saturday delays totaled 1,745 nationwide, creating a cascading effect for flyers with layovers. Staffing challenges [due to the vaccine mandate] and weather, combined with increased travel demand after the pandemic, has strained the nation's flight infrastructure.

Supreme Court ruling allows Biden admin to end 'Remain in Mexico' policy

Supreme Court ruling allows Biden admin to end 'Remain in Mexico' policy | 1 July 2022 | The Biden administration can now move forward with ending the controversial "Remain in Mexico" policy after a Supreme Court ruling in the administration's favor. On Thursday, the Supreme Court unexpectedly ruled in favor of allowing the Biden administration to end the policy that forces asylum seekers to wait for their hearings in Mexico. In a statement, Tennessee Republican congressman Chuck Fleischmann said he was disappointed by the ruling, calling the "Remain in Mexico" policy "one of the last and most effective tools...to secure our border."

Texas Supreme Court blocks ruling that said abortions could resume

Texas Supreme Court blocks ruling that said abortions could resume --The U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24 | 2 July 2022 | The Texas Supreme Court on Friday blocked a lower court order that permitted some abortions. The decision is the latest development in a wild couple of weeks for the state of Texas. The decision resulted in so-called "trigger laws" in nearly two dozen states going into effect. One of these laws, signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, prevented abortions past the sixth week of pregnancy. Abortion service providers throughout Texas were then forced to cancel abortion operations and alert those who had appointments for an abortion that they were unable to provide the service. 

U.S. Supreme Court ruling limits EPA's authority in regulating greenhouse gases

U.S. Supreme Court ruling limits EPA's authority in regulating greenhouse gases | 30 June 2022 | The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the Environmental Protection Agency does not have broad authority to require states to decarbonize their electricity sectors, a decision that is expected to dramatically slow the United States' ability to reduce greenhouse gases and mitigate the effects of climate change. The court's 6-3 ruling on a case sparked by Texas and 16 other states -- which addressed an Obama-era regulation aimed at coal-fired power plants, one of the biggest sources of greenhouse gas emissions in the nation -- was a blow to Joe Biden's plan to reduce U.S. emissions and meet the country's goals under international agreements hasten the arrival of the Great Reset. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was among 17 Republican state attorneys general who sued the EPA over an Obama-era regulation known as the Clean Power Plan, which never went into effect. It was repealed and replaced by what was called the Affordable Clean Energy rule under the Trump administration.

Following Landmark Second Amendment Decision, SCOTUS Overturns Appeals Court Decisions in 4 States

Following Landmark Second Amendment Decision, SCOTUS Overturns Appeals Court Decisions in 4 States | 1 July 2022 | The Supreme Court followed up its June 23 landmark ruling that for the first time recognized a constitutional right to carry firearms in public for self-defense, by issuing a series of rulings June 30 reversing federal appeals court decisions that upheld gun restrictions in California, New Jersey, Maryland, and Hawaii. Courts will find it difficult to uphold the firearms laws in question after the high court's June 30 and June 23 rulings. In unsigned orders, all four cases were remanded June 30 to lower courts "for further consideration in light of" the Supreme Court's June 23 decision in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen. In that 6–3 ruling, the high court invalidated New York state’s tough concealed-carry gun permitting system.

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, Early COVID Therapeutics Innovator, Dies at 48

Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, Early COVID Therapeutics Innovator, Dies at 48 | 2 July 2022 | Dr. Vladimir Zelenko, a Nobel prize-nominated physician who famously discovered and used an early treatment for COVID, dubbed the "Zelenko Protocol," passed on June 30, 2022, at the age of 48 after a long battle with pulmonary artery sarcoma, a rare form of cancer. He was born in 1973, in Kyiv, Ukraine, and came to Brooklyn, New York, in 1977 with his family. Zelenko earned a B.S. in chemistry with high honors at Hofstra University and then earned an M.D. at the Buffalo School of Medicine in 2000. He had been practicing in Monroe, New York, in 2020 during the outbreak of COVID-19, and is credited with having treated about 7,500 patients with his method.

Quarter of voters say they may soon have to take up arms against the government, poll says

Quarter of voters say they may soon have to take up arms against the government, poll says | 1 July 2022 | More than one in four Americans have so much disdain for the government that they believe it may be necessary "at some point soon for citizens to take up arms against the government," according to a new poll from the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics. Just days before Independence Day, the poll shows that 28% of voters hold such a belief, including one in three Republicans, roughly one in three independents and one in five Democrats. A majority of Americans also said the government is "corrupt and rigged against everyday people like me," including two-thirds of Republicans and independents, and about half of Democrats.

New York City Mayor Says He Will Mandate COVID Vaccines for Children This Fall

New York City Mayor Says He Will Mandate COVID Vaccines for Children This Fall | 1 July 2022 | New York City has famously handled COVID as poorly as any city on earth. From the initial surge and horrific death rates due in part to sending COVID positive patients back into nursing homes to infect other elderly residents, to masking toddlers, to private business vaccine mandates and discriminatory vaccine passports, New York has been a leading example of what not to do. While former mayor Bill de Blasio was responsible for many of the city's terrible policies, current mayor Eric Adams has made a concerted effort to double down and make them even worse. During a recent press conference, Adams explained that he’ll be making one of his most indefensible decisions yet: mandating the COVID vaccines for children. Adams said in response to a question that yes, the vaccines will be mandatory and that he and his team are still "meeting and discussing" and trying to come up with the "best way to do it."

Gov. Hochul unveils list of 'sensitive locations' to ban concealed carry; N.Y. handgun license applicants must turn over a list of their social media accounts

Gov. Hochul unveils list of 'sensitive locations' to ban concealed carry; N.Y. handgun license applicants must turn over a list of their social media accounts | 29 June 2022 | New York lawmakers approved a sweeping overhaul Friday of the state's handgun licensing rules, seeking to preserve some limits on firearms after the Supreme Court ruled that most people have a right to carry a handgun for personal protection. The measure, signed by Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) after passing both chambers by wide margins, is almost sure to draw more legal challenges from gun rights advocates who say the state is still putting too many restrictions on who can get guns and where they can carry them... The state's new rules will require people applying for a handgun license to turn over a list of their social media accounts so officials could verify their "character and conduct." Applicants will have to show they have "the essential character, temperament and judgment necessary to be entrusted with a weapon and to use it only in a manner that does not endanger oneself and others." As part of that assessment, applicants have to turn over a list of social media accounts they've maintained in the past three years.

Texas man arrested after making 'terrorist threat' toward Supreme Court

Texas man arrested after making 'terrorist threat' toward Supreme Court --The Texas man was released from jail on June 25 on a $25,000 surety bond | 1 July 2022 | A man in Texas was arrested after he allegedly made a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court following the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Mikeal Archambault, 20, was arrested on June 25 by The Colony Police Department in Texas after allegedly making a "terrorist threat" toward the Supreme Court online on Twitter. A spokesperson for the police department told Fox News Digital that they were contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations following the treat that Archambault allegedly made on Twitter. After an investigation by the department's criminal investigative division, police obtained "probable cause for an arrest warrant."

29,162 Reports of Deaths After COVID Vaccines, as FDA Tells Vaccine Makers to Make New Boosters Targeting Omicron

29,162 Reports of Deaths After COVID Vaccines, as FDA Tells Vaccine Makers to Make New Boosters Targeting Omicron | 1 July 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,307,928 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and June 24, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That's an increase of 6,666 adverse events over the previous week. The data included a total of 29,162 reports of deaths -- an increase of 131 over the previous week -- and 241,226 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 1,004 compared with the previous week.

New J6 Narrative About Trump and Secret Service Collapses Hours After Tuesday Hearing

New J6 Narrative About Trump and Secret Service Collapses Hours After Tuesday Hearing --Blockbuster testimony from former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson collapsed hours after Tuesday's show trial hearing. | 29 June 2022 | On Tuesday, the nine-member Jan. 6 panel brought forward a key aide to former Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Cassidy Hutchinson, who supposedly possessed intimate knowledge of the administration's conduct on Jan. 6... Moments after Hutchinson's testimony, NBC's Chief White House Correspondent Peter Alexander reported "a source close to the Secret Service tells me both Bobby Engel, the lead agent, and the presidential limousine/SUV driver are prepared to testify under oath that neither man was assaulted and that Mr. Trump never lunged for the steering wheel." CBS News followed up with "confirmation" of the agency's categorical denial, likely from the same sources. Hours later, another pillar of Hutchinson's testimony fell apart when a spokesman for Former White House lawyer Eric Herschmann told ABC News a handwritten note for which Hutchinson claimed authorship was actually written by Herschmann.

Jim Banks Demands White House Surveillance Logs to Vet Contested J6 Testimony

Jim Banks Demands White House Surveillance Logs to Vet Contested J6 Testimony --Days after a centerpiece of Hutchinson's testimony fell apart, more claims are beginning to fail the credibility test under closer scrutiny. | 1 July 2022 | Indiana Republican Congressman Jim Banks is demanding the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) disclose White House surveillance records to lawmakers in their investigation of blockbuster claims by the Jan. 6 Committee's latest star witness. On Tuesday, a top aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, Cassidy Hutchinson, offered sensational revelations in public testimony before the nine-member House panel depicting a president in rage as supporters ransacked congressional chambers... Hours later, Hutchinson's sources disputed the graphic events in question and told news outlets they were prepared to offer on-the-record denials under oath. Days after a centerpiece of Hutchinson's uncorroborated testimony fell apart, more claims are beginning to fail the credibility test under closer scrutiny.

Drug Cartel: Biden Admin agrees to pay Pfizer 56% more for their COVID shots

Drug Cartel: Biden Admin agrees to pay Pfizer 56% more for their COVID shots --The pharma giant is already shattering profit records, and is expected to generate well over $100 billion in 2022 revenue. By Jordan Schachtel | 30 June 2022 | Pfizer is already swimming in record profits, but that hasn't stopped the drug company from gouging the American taxpayer for every last dollar. On Wednesday, the Biden Administration signed off on a new vaccine supply deal with Pfizer for $3.2 billion for 105 million COVID injections, but that's only for the first batch of mRNA shots. The contract will generate well over $9 billion for Pfizer, as this latest purchase agreement tops off at 300 million doses. Compared to previous settlements with Pfizer, this public-private no-bid arrangement will come at a much higher cost to the U.S. taxpayer. The Biden Administration has justified the deal by claiming that it needs to restock supply to prepare for seasonal spikes. The data does not support such a claim. According to the CDC, almost 100 million taxpayer-funded Pfizer shots (and 169 million total shots) have gone unused, resulting in billions of dollars in waste.

How Did a Zuckerberg Stooge Win a GOP Primary in Colorado?

How Did a Zuckerberg Stooge Win a GOP Primary in Colorado? | 1 July 2022 | The story of the GOP primary race for Secretary of State in Colorado gets more interesting the more you investigate the results... Tina Peters got 61% of the delegates at Colorado's Republican Assembly in April... Pam Anderson did not even attend the Republican assembly. She was so unpopular in the Colorado GOP that she was a write-in candidate who only qualified in April. She had to collect 1,000 valid signatures from registered Republicans in each of the state's eight congressional districts just to get on the ballot. In the 5th Congressional District, Anderson managed only 1,282 valid signatures. Apparently, more than 5,000 of the 17,904 signatures submitted by Anderson were not valid... So how did Pam Anderson suddenly pull off a miraculous 35 point swing on Primary Day two months later with no money and no endorsements? The only advantage that Pam Anderson had in this race: she's on the Board of Directors for Mark Zuckerberg's private election mafia, the "Center For Tech And Civic Life." One more thing: Colorado uses Dominion Voting Machines.

'First-Year Law Student' Could Have Discredited Hutchinson - Megyn Kelly

'First-Year Law Student' Could Have Discredited Hutchinson - Megyn Kelly | 30 June 2022 | Legal experts have rejected the House Jan. 6 Select Committee hearings for lacking balance or cross-examination, but Megyn Kelly took it to another level in her rebuke, saying even a "first-year law student" could have discredited Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony. "A first-year law student could have driven a truck through the holes in that testimonial," Kelly, who has a Juris Doctorate legal degree, said Thursday on The Megyn Kelly Show. "Unfortunately, none was present [Tuesday], never mind a full-fledged lawyer presenting Donald Trump's defense or even just pressing the witness on certain problems with her testimony." Kelly punched holes in Hutchinson's Tuesday hearing claims, noting she was presenting hearsay of what she "overheard" and being "in the vicinity of a conversation," repeatedly saying to the committee she heard "something to the effect of." "Her memory appeared to be rather shaky," Kelly continued.

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