4 Arrested in Texas on 150 Counts of Voter Fraud

4 Arrested in Texas on 150 Counts of Voter Fraud | 01 March 2021 | Four people were arrested in Texas last month on 150 counts of voter fraud dating back to the 2018 Medina County Primary Election, according to reports.The Texas attorney general's Election Fraud Unit on Feb. 11 arrested Medina County Justice of the Peace Tomas Ramirez, and earlier detained Leonor Rivas Garza, Eva Ann Martinez and Mary Balderrama on election fraud allegations, News4SA reported. According to a release from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's office, the case involved allegations of vote harvesting at assisted living centers in Medina County in the 2018 Medina County Primary Election.

Minneapolis to Hire 6 'Influencers' to Spread City-Approved Messaging to Public During Derek Chauvin Trial

Minneapolis to Hire 6 'Influencers' to Spread City-Approved Messaging to Public During Derek Chauvin Trial | 27 Feb 2021 | Minneapolis authorities are investing in six social media influencers, with a large local following, to help push their message and prevent riots during the murder trial of a fired police officer. On Friday, the Minneapolis City Council approved $1,181,500 for communication with the community during the trial. The City says the six influencers will be intentionally targeting Black, Native American, Somali, Hmong and Latinx communities with their messaging during the trial. Each influencer will be paid a flat fee of $2,000.

Trump wins CPAC straw poll by wide margin

Trump wins CPAC straw poll by wide margin --Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was in second place | 28 Feb 2021 | Former President Donald Trump, in results announced Sunday, won the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) straw poll with 55% of attendees saying they'd vote for him if the 2024 GOP primary were today. Trump got 55% of the vote in the poll in which he was included, with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in second place at 21%.

Facebook Posts Back Up VAERS Reports Linking COVID Vaccines to Injuries, Including Death

Facebook Posts Back Up VAERS Reports Linking COVID Vaccines to Injuries, Including Death --As the number of reported injuries and deaths following COVID vaccines continues to climb in VAERS, the CDC's official vaccine adverse event reporting system, social media users also point to Facebook posts by people who enthusiastically got the vaccine, but have since died. | 25 Feb 2021 | Facebook users have identified people who posted having a COVID-19 vaccination and then dying within hours... There are numerous reports of nursing home residents dying after COVID vaccinations. VAERS [Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System] data descriptions of hundreds of cases of life-threatening and disabling illnesses include allergic shock reactions (anaphylaxis), paralysis, Guillain Barré Syndrome, sudden hearing loss, sudden blindness, seizures, strokes and encephalitis.

Arizona's Paul Gosar Proposes Amending Coronavirus Package to Replace Pork With $10,000 Stimulus Checks

Arizona's Paul Gosar Proposes Amending Coronavirus Package to Replace Pork With $10,000 Stimulus Checks --Gosar wants direct aid to the American people. | 27 Feb 2021 | Representative Paul Gosar of Arizona has proposed that the federal government pay stimulus checks of $10,000 to Americans beleaguered by the coronavirus pandemic, adopting an approach that would prioritize direct payments to individuals over payments to state and local governments. Gosar's Amendment, offered on Friday night, would also replace payments to extend federal unemployment benefits.

UK to push at G7 for global standard on COVID-19 'vaccine passports'

UK to push at G7 for global standard on COVID-19 'vaccine passports' | 24 Feb 2021 | Britain plans to use its presidency of the Group of Seven economic powers to push for an internationally recognized system of vaccine passports that could allow world travel to resume, though Prime Minister Boris Johnson acknowledged Tuesday that the idea raises "complex" ethical issues. The British government previously said it was not considering issuing vaccine passports to people who had been inoculated. But it has now set up a review into "COVID status certification" that will examine ways people can prove they don’t have the coronavirus, either through vaccination or by showing a negative test result.

British Airways-owner IAG calls for COVID health passes after record $9 bln loss

British Airways-owner IAG calls for COVID health passes after record $9 bln loss | 26 Feb 2021 | British Airways-owner IAG is counting on digital health passes to help spur a travel recovery this summer, after the pandemic pushed it to a record 7.4 billion euro ($9 billion) loss last year, when it ran just a third of normal flights. Tighter travel restrictions over the last two months have threatened to ruin Europe’s critical summer season and leave some airlines needing more funding, analysts have warned.

Amazon quietly ends sales of books it labels 'hate speech'

Amazon quietly ends sales of books it labels 'hate speech' | 24 Feb 2021 | Sometime before this week, when it removed from its digital shelves a book critical of transgender ideology, Amazon altered its content policy to explicitly forbid books that promote "hate speech," a major rule change that could be used to rationalize action against a broader range of books sold by the digital retail giant. Amazon this week yanked "When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Movement" from its main web store, its Kindle servers and its audiobook lineup with no explanation, even as the book had been available on the site for three years with no apparent controversy. In the 2018 book, author and political philosopher Ryan Anderson draws on years of scientific research and data to criticize the prevailing approach to transgender issues in modern medicine... Anderson said he was not notified by the company that his book was removed.

'The End of Conservative Books': Amazon Quietly Bans Books They Deem Offensive, 'Hate Speech'

'The End of Conservative Books': Amazon Quietly Bans Books They Deem Offensive, 'Hate Speech' | 27 Feb 2021 | Conservatives are sounding the alarm about an updated Amazon policy that bans books the ubiquitous billion-dollar company deems offensive or includes so-called "hate speech." Just the News reached out to Amazon over the ban on [political philosopher Ryan] Anderson's book, the outlet said the company directed them to a page outlining their "Content Guidelines for Books." ..."A review of those policies suggests that sometime in the last few months Amazon made a major change to the ways in which it moderates book content on its servers, imposing a much stricter standard on books than it had previously done," the report said.

Biden's Syria Strikes Killed at Least 22 People - More Than Both of Trump's Strikes on the Country

Biden's Syria Strikes Killed at Least 22 People - More Than Both of Trump's Strikes on the Country | 27 Feb 2021 | President [sic] Joe Biden has surpassed President Trump's body count for US involvement in Syria’s bloody and seemingly endless civil war- killing more people in one batch of airstrikes than were killed in both of Trump's military actions targeting Syrian government forces in the country in 2017 and 2018. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has indicated that 22 pro-Assad militia fighters were killed in the airstrike, which reportedly struck three trucks after they crossed the Iraq-Syria border.

Democrats Reject GOP Stimulus Amendment to Move $100M+ From Silicon Valley Subway to Children's Mental Health

Democrats Reject GOP Stimulus Amendment to Move $100M+ From Silicon Valley Subway to Children's Mental Health | 27 Feb 2021 | House Democrats blocked an attempt by Republicans on Friday night to move more than $100 million away from a Silicon Valley underground rail system and redirect the money to helping children that have developed mental health problems as a result of not being able to attend school during the pandemic. "Calling it the 'Pelosi payoff,' Republicans offered a motion to recommit the bill back to the Budget Committee to consider an amendment from freshman Ashley Hinson, R-Iowa," Roll Call reported. "The amendment would shift the $140 million for the San Francisco transit project to mental health services for children who can't attend in-person school."

White House imposes COVID-19 testing fee on reporters in latest step limiting press access

White House imposes COVID-19 testing fee on reporters in latest step limiting press access | 27 Feb 2021 | The White House is imposing a new $170 COVID-19 testing fee on reporters who want to access the West Wing, in what critics say is the latest step that constrains press coverage of President [sic] Biden. The Biden administration already imposed sweeping restrictions, including capping at 80 the number of pre-approved journalists who are able to access White House grounds on a given day -- each of whom must take a COVID-19 rapid test before 1 p.m. Under former President Donald Trump, any reporter with a "hard pass" was able to breeze past the White House gates at any time and without taking a coronavirus test.

Student Suspended From Education Program for Saying, 'A Man Is A Man, A Woman Is A Woman'

Student Suspended From Education Program for Saying, 'A Man Is A Man, A Woman Is A Woman' | 25 Feb 2021 | A New York university has suspended an education student from mandatory teaching programs for posting Instagram videos expressing conservative ideology. State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo sent an email to education student Owen Stevens placing him on suspension from his field teaching programs after his peers uncovered videos of him preaching conservative dogma. The school claims that Stevens's videos "call into question" his ability to "maintain a classroom environment protecting the mental and emotional well-being of all of [his] students." According to a copy of Steven’s suspension obtained by The Daily Wire, the education student will remain suspended from participating in in-school field experiences and courses that have field experiences until he completes a "remediation plan." 

Amazon Strips Clarence Thomas Documentary From Streaming Service During Black History Month

Amazon Strips Clarence Thomas Documentary From Streaming Service During Black History Month | 26 Feb 2021 | Amazon stripped a documentary on conservative Justice Clarence Thomas, the only black justice currently serving on the Supreme Court, from its streaming service during Black History Month. "This video is currently unavailable to watch in your location," the website reads when the title is clicked. While this article is being written in Denver, the outage appears nationwide, also reported by Breitbart News.

Judge Rules Arizona's Maricopa County Must Turn Over 2.1 Million November Election Ballots to Senate

Judge Rules Arizona's Maricopa County Must Turn Over 2.1 Million November Election Ballots to Senate | 26 Feb 2021 | A judge on Friday ruled that Maricopa County must provide some 2.1 million ballots from the Nov. 3 election to the Arizona State Senate and allow access to its election equipment to conduct an audit. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason ruled that subpoenas issued by Arizona's state Senate are valid and should be enforced, and he disputed arguments from Maricopa County officials saying the subpoenas are unlawful. The county previously stated that multiple audits have been sufficient and said ballots should be sealed. "The Court finds that the subpoenas are legal and enforceable," Thomason wrote in his ruling.

'I objected': CPAC crowd cheers Josh Hawley for trying to block election results

'I objected': CPAC crowd cheers Josh Hawley for trying to block election results | 26 Feb 2021 | A crowd at the nation's largest right-wing summit cheered for US Senator Josh Hawley as he announced that he objected to results from the 2020 presidential election after a deadly insurrection at the Capitol among Donald Trump's supporters fuelled by his assertion that the election was stolen from them. "On January 6 I objected to the Electoral College certification -- maybe you heard about it," he said to a standing ovation at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida on Friday. "I stood up, I said, 'We ought to have a debate about election integrity'." He said "the left" has tried to "cancel me, censure me, expel me, shut me down" for his decision to try to block Electoral College results. "I'm not going anywhere," he said.

US firepower in Syria strike is revealed as officials brace for Iran's next move

US firepower in Syria strike is revealed as officials brace for Iran's next move | 26 Feb 2021 | The U.S. military strike against Iranian proxy forces in Syria was carried out by Air Force F-15 jet fighters dropping a total of seven 500-pound laser-guided bombs, it has emerged Friday -- but not all the original targets were destroyed. The mission called for two separate compounds in Syria to be hit. However, U.S. officials tell Fox News the second target was aborted when a drone orbiting high overhead saw too many civilians on the target. In the end, the F-15s bombed seven small buildings in eastern Syria at roughly 1 a.m. local time this morning, the first day of the weekend in the Middle East.

Threat level raised for US troops in Iraq; American contractors put on high alert

Breaking: Threat level raised for US troops in Iraq; American contractors put on high alert | 26 Feb 2021 | The Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve has raised the threat level for US service members in Iraq, while US contractors at Balad Air Base were put on high alert fearing a response to US airstrikes in Syria, two sources familiar with the move tell Fox News. Increasing force protection posture may last several days and is considered a routine precaution given current conditions on the ground. At Balad Air Base, a separate decision was made by Sallyport Global, a company that fulfills US government contracts, to put American contractors on high alert, a person familiar said.

US Attorney John Durham to resign at the end of February

US Attorney John Durham to resign at the end of February --Former AG William Barr appointed Durham as special counsel in the Russia probe investigation. | 26 Feb 2021 | John Durham, who has served as U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut for more than three years, has announced his resignation from that position. Durham, a federal prosecutor in the state for 38 years, will continue working for the U.S. Department of Justice. Earlier this month, the Justice Department said it would ask U.S. attorneys who were appointed by former President Trump to resign from their posts.

New York City mayor urges probe of sexual misconduct claims against Governor Cuomo

New York City mayor urges probe of sexual misconduct claims against Governor Cuomo | 25 Feb 2021 | New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday called for an independent investigation into sexual misconduct accusations against Governor Andrew Cuomo made by a former aide to the governor who is now a candidate for Manhattan borough president. Lindsey Boylan, who first made the accusations on Twitter in December, wrote a detailed essay published on the web platform Medium on Wednesday that the governor had made several "inappropriate gestures" towards her while she worked for the state government from 2015 to 2018, ranging from sending her a rose on Valentine's Day to kissing her on the mouth.

US Military Choppers Accused of Repeatedly Breaking Law by Flying Dangerously Low Over Japan

US Military Choppers Accused of Repeatedly Breaking Law by Flying Dangerously Low Over Japan | 26 Feb 2021 | The US forces Japan has 84 bases across the country and is headquartered at Yokota Air Base, which is about 30 km west of central Tokyo. US military helicopters have been repeatedly spotted flying at low altitudes over Tokyo, passing between skyscrapers and breaching Japanese aviation regulations, Mainichi Shimbun reported. According to a six-month-long investigation conducted by the outlet from July 2020, US helicopters belonging to the US forces passed approximately 200 metres over Shinjuku Station in central Tokyo at least once, which is one of the world's busiest train stations.

Jamal Khashoggi: US says Saudi prince approved Khashoggi killing

Jamal Khashoggi: US says Saudi prince approved Khashoggi killing | 26 Feb 2021 | A US intelligence report has found that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the murder of exiled Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. he report released by the Biden administration says the prince approved a plan to either "capture or kill" Khashoggi. The US announced sanctions on dozens of Saudis but not the prince himself.

200,000 sign petition against vaccine passports

200,000 sign petition against vaccine passports | 25 Feb 2021 | A petition urging the government not to introduce vaccine passports could be debated by MPs after it gained more than 200,000 signatures. The online petition says the passports could be "used to restrict the rights of people who have refused a Covid-19 vaccine". On Tuesday, Boris Johnson announced a review of vaccine certificates, or passports. Proof of vaccination could allow people to travel or attend large events.

Israeli gov't to share names, personal info of anyone who refuses COVID vaccine

Israeli gov't to share names, personal info of anyone who refuses COVID vaccine | 25 Feb 2021 | In its latest draconian move, supposedly responding to COVID-19 infections, Israel has passed a law which allows the government to share with other authorities, such as local government, the details of people who have not taken a coronavirus vaccine. The law is to "encourage" vaccination. On its third reading on Wednesday, the law was passed in Israel's parliament, the Knesset, by a vote of 30-13... The Knesset revealed: "The information will be transferred to local authorities subject to an active request and the presentation of a vaccination plan." Continuing, the Knesset's statement noted that "a body that receives the authorization of the director general of the Ministry of Health will be given the names, ID numbers, addresses and phone numbers of citizens who can get inoculated but have yet to do so."

FBI Seized Congressional Cellphone Records Related to Capitol Attack

FBI Seized Congressional Cellphone Records Related to Capitol Attack --The inclusion of congressional phone data in the FBI investigation raises thorny constitutional questions. | 22 Feb 2021 | Within hours of the storming of the Capitol on January 6, the FBI began securing thousands of phone and electronic records connected to people at the scene of the rioting -- including some related to members of Congress, raising potentially thorny legal questions. Using special emergency powers and other measures, the FBI has collected reams of private cellphone data and communications that go beyond the videos that rioters shared widely on social media, according to two sources with knowledge of the collection effort. In the hours and days after the Capitol riot, the FBI relied in some cases on emergency orders that do not require court authorization in order to quickly secure actual communications from people who were identified at the crime scene.

U.S. carries out airstrike against 'Iranian-backed militia' target in Syria, officials say

Breaking: U.S. carries out airstrike against 'Iranian-backed militia' target in Syria, officials say | 25 Feb 2021 | The United States on Thursday carried out an airstrike in Syria against a structure belonging to what it said [but not yet proven] were Iran-backed militia, two officials told Reuters, an apparent response to rocket attacks against U.S. targets in Iraq. While the strike could be the first retaliatory moves by the United States following last week's attacks, the move appeared to be limited in scope, potentially lowering the risk of escalation. The officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the strike was approved by President [sic] Joe Biden. [Unelected fraud Biden is already starting new wars to appease his neocon and oligarch overlords. --LRP]

'Pervasive harassment': Former Cuomo adviser says governor 'kissed me on the lips'

'Pervasive harassment': Former Cuomo adviser says governor 'kissed me on the lips' | 24 Feb 2021 | A former aide said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo subjected her to "pervasive harassment" when she worked for him, including numerous inappropriate comments in front of other people and a kiss on the lips while they were alone. "Let's play strip poker," the former aide, Lindsey Boylan, said Cuomo told her on one occasion. "I'm compelled to tell my story because no woman should feel forced to hide their experiences of workplace intimidation, harassment and humiliation -- not by the Governor or anyone else," Boylan wrote in an essay posted Wednesday on the website Medium.

Andrew Cuomo accused of sexual harassment; leading liberal women refuse comment

Andrew Cuomo accused of sexual harassment; leading liberal women refuse comment | 25 Feb 2021 | New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is denying allegations this week that he has used his position to belittle and bully critics and opponents, sexually harass an aide, and suggest she "play strip poker." In the wake of the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment, what do some of the nation's leading liberal women have to say about the issue? Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, an outspoken supporter of women’s rights who had blasted former Senate colleague Al Franken, D-Minn., as he was ousted following his own misconduct allegations in 2018, did not respond to Fox News' requests for comment on her home-state governor.

Jodi Shaw's battle with Smith College may be ending, but the war against Critical Race Theory has just begun

Jodi Shaw's battle with Smith College may be ending, but the war against Critical Race Theory has just begun By CLG Founder, Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. | 25 Feb 2021 | After over a year of combating Critical Race Theory (CRT) at Smith College, Jodi Shaw finally submitted her letter of resignation to President Kathleen McCartney. She thereby relinquished her position as a Student Support Coordinator in Student Affairs, which earned her a whopping $45,000 per year. But, you see, Jodi Shaw is "privileged," and, according to the CRT experts at Smith College and elsewhere, her privilege needs to be eradicated. She needs to be subjected to CRT's racial profiling, struggle sessions, and shaming routines in order to root out her secret disease. Seeing no end in sight, Shaw finally decided she'd had enough.

Judge Blocks Enforcement of Biden's Moratorium on Most Deportations

Judge Blocks Enforcement of Biden's Moratorium on Most Deportations | 25 Feb 2021 | President [sic] Joe Biden's administration cannot enforce a pause on most deportations until further notice, a federal judge ruled late on Feb. 23. U.S. District Judge Drew Tipton, a Trump appointee, agreed to issue a preliminary injunction that was requested by the state of Texas. Acting Homeland Security Secretary David Pekoske had directed in a memorandum on Jan. 20 "an immediate pause on removals of any noncitizen with a final order of removal...for 100 days." Texas officials sued, alleging the pause violated an agreement between the state and the federal government reached during the Trump administration, and that the Department of Homeland Security has a responsibility to promote the removal of illegal aliens.

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