Nearly Half of Democrats Would Back 'Detention in Designated Facilities' for Unvaccinated - Poll

Nearly Half of Democrats Would Back 'Detention in Designated Facilities' for Unvaccinated - Poll --Many Democrats would support fines for Americans who won't get the COVID-19 vaccine and criminal punishment for vaccine critics - poll. | 19 Jan 2022 | Nearly half of Democrat voters would back measures requiring that the unvaccinated live temporarily in "designated facilities or locations" for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine, a recent poll has found. A national telephone and online poll from the Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports, which surveyed 1,016 likely U.S. voters, found that 45 percent of likely Democratic voters would support such measures for unvaccinated Americans. The poll, conducted on Jan. 5 and released on Jan. 13, also found that 59 percent of respondents who said they were Democrats would favor a government policy requiring that citizens "remain confined to their homes at all times, except for emergencies" if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine... Also, many Democrats would support even harsher measures, including fines for Americans who won't get the COVID-19 vaccine and criminal punishment for vaccine critics.

Ukraine planning 'false flag' Donbass incident - militia

Ukraine planning 'false flag' Donbass incident - militia | 19 Jan 2022 | Ukrainian commandos trained by Britain are planning a "series of terrorist attacks" in the Donbass to use as cover for a false flag operation, an official from the unrecognised Donetsk People's Republic has alleged. Local Militia spokesman Eduard Basurin said on Wednesday that Kiev will stage a provocation to accuse Russia of invading the country. He added that he believed neo-Nazi "Right Sector" militants were also operating in the area... Basurin insisted that he had "reliable information" suggesting six groups of saboteurs from the 8th Special Purpose Regiment of Ukrainian Armed Forces (VSU) had been trained by specialists from the UK and deployed near the line of contact. Their targets would allegedly include gas and water supply as well as power stations.

Brzezinski becomes US ambassador to Poland

Brzezinski becomes US ambassador to Poland --Son of infamous Cold War hawk takes up new role amid growing tensions with Russia | 19 Jan 2021 | Mark Brzezinski, son of former US national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski [and deep-state nut-job], has been sworn in as US ambassador to Poland. Vice President Kamala Harris conducted the ceremony on Wednesday, which was attended by Brzezinski's sister Mika and brother-in-law Joe Scarborough, both hosts of MSNBC's Morning Joe. Brzezinski, who previously served as US ambassador to Sweden from 2011 to 2015, was nominated for the position in August and confirmed by the Senate last month. His father, Zbigniew, served as the national security advisor under former president Jimmy Carter and was well known as the architect of the Grand Chessboard theory of geostrategic power.

Declassified video shows US drone strike on civilians

Declassified video shows US drone strike on civilians | 19 Jan 2022 | The Pentagon has released surveillance videos showing a US air strike that killed 10 civilians in the Afghan capital last year, one of the final American combat missions in the country as Washington ended its two-decade war. Published by the New York Times on Wednesday, the declassified 25-minute video shows the moment an Afghan aid worker and nine other non-combatants, including seven children, were killed in the US strike, all captured by two drones flying over Kabul during the August 29, 2021, bombing raid. While the military initially claimed the strike targeted members of the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS [but still I-CIA-SIS]) who were transporting explosives - with one senior official deeming the operation "righteous" - it was later forced to backtrack and acknowledge that only civilians were killed in the attack.

Arrest Warrants Count as ID for Illegal Migrants at Airport Security, TSA Says

Arrest Warrants Count as ID for Illegal Migrants at Airport Security, TSA Says | 18 Jan 2022 | The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) disclosed to a congressional office that illegal migrants flying without proper identification can use an arrest warrant as an alternate form of identification when presenting to airport security, according to a letter the Daily Caller News Foundation exclusively obtained. Responding to Republican Texas Rep. Lance Gooden's Dec. 15 inquiry about illegal migrants flying across the country, TSA Administrator David Pekoske explained that certain Department of Homeland Security (DHS) documents may be considered acceptable forms of alternate identification for non-citizens, including a "Warrant for Arrest of Alien" and a "Warrant of Removal/Deportation." "TSA's response confirms the Biden Administration is knowingly putting our national security at risk," Gooden told the DCNF.

Nasdaq enters correction; oil nears $87

Nasdaq enters correction; oil nears $87 | 19 Jan 2022 | U.S. stocks fell across the board in another choppy session. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost over 339 points or 0.96% and the S&P 500 slipped 0.97%. While the Nasdaq Composite lost over 1% slipping into correction territory, off 10% from its most recent record high. Oil closed at $86.96 per barrel, an eight-year-high.

Two US marines are killed and two others are critically injured after military truck crashes on highway in North Carolina

Two US marines are killed and two others are critically injured after military truck crashes on highway in North Carolina --The soldiers had been assigned to the 2nd Marines Logistics Group which is based at Camp Lejeune | 19 Jan 2022 | At least two Marines have been killed and two others have been injured after a military truck crashed in North Carolina on Wednesday. The crash took place around 1pm at the intersection of US 17 and Highway 210 between Verona and Holly Ridge, according to WECT. The truck with the 19 Marines was making a right turn onto US 17 before they lost control and overturned. They were then thrown from the vehicle.

Belgium No Longer Recommending Moderna Vaccine for Those Under 31 Due to Risk of Heart Inflammation

Belgium No Longer Recommending Moderna Vaccine for Those Under 31 Due to Risk of Heart Inflammation | 18 Jan 2022 | The nation of Belgium will no longer be recommending the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for citizens under the age of 31, after data show that using it for the first or second dose of vaccination may cause heart inflammation such as myocarditis. The decision was announced last week by the Belgian Vaccination Task Force. According to The Brussels Times, Danish studies indicate "vaccination with Moderna resulted in an increased risk of inflammation of the heart muscle in young men following the first or second dose in comparison with the Pfizer vaccine," for those between the ages of 12 and 39.

Starbucks scraps vaccine mandate

Starbucks scraps vaccine mandate --Starbucks employs 228,000 people in the U.S. | 19 Jan 2022 | Employees at Starbucks are no longer required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Roughly a week after the Supreme Court reversed Joe Biden's workplace vaccine mandate, the coffee chain is following suit, according to The Associated Press. "We respect the Court’s ruling and will comply," Starbucks Chief Operating Officer John Culver wrote in a memo to employees.

Suspect in grad student's grisly stabbing death is career criminal with rap sheet spanning both coasts

Suspect in grad student's grisly stabbing death is career criminal with rap sheet spanning both coasts --Shawn Laval Smith, 31, should be considered armed and dangerous, according to the LAPD. | 18 Jan 2022 | Los Angeles police have identified the suspected killer of 24-year-old Brianna Kupfer, a UCLA grad student stabbed to death at her furniture store job last week. Shawn Laval Smith, 31, should be considered armed and dangerous, according to the LAPD. Los Angeles County Jail records show Covina police arrested him on Oct. 27, 2020, on a misdemeanor charge. He was released on $1,000 bail... A law enforcement source tells Fox News Digital that Smith has a rap sheet that spans both coasts, including in San Francisco and South Carolina. His most recent charge is allegedly for shoplifting -- and he landed in jail in San Mateo after allegedly assaulting a police officer.

Convoy of Truck Drivers Protest Vaccine Rule at Canada-US Border

Convoy of Truck Drivers Protest Vaccine Rule at Canada-US Border | 18 Jan 2022 | A convoy of truck drivers took to the streets on Highway 75, Emerson, Manitoba, near the U.S.-Canada border on the morning on January 17, following the introduction of new COVID-19 vaccination requirements on truckers put in place by the Canadian and U.S. governments. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said that a "large number of vehicles" were involved in the "demonstration" near the Emerson Port of Entry, affecting both northbound and southbound lanes... "Truck drivers are circling MB-75 between Emerson Duty Free and the Commercial Inspection station blocking all lanes heading south to the United States and Northbound traffic coming from the USA," driver Jamie Throp told local radio station CJOB in an interview.

'Unusual mortality event' leads to record number of manatee deaths

'Unusual mortality event' leads to record number of manatee deaths | 14 Jan 2022 | After a record number of manatees died from starvation last year, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have come together to form a Joint Unified Command to protect the gentle creatures. The "unusual mortality event" facing the manatees is being blamed on a lack of seagrass, the main food source for the creatures. The dearth of seagrass has been largely blamed on algal blooms that have disrupted Florida ecosystems for years. "For this event, I think what we're looking for are animals that are in respiratory distress," said Andy Garett, who also works with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. He said people should keep an eye out for manatees that are returning to the surface more than every minute to breathe or manatees that are moving oddly in the water. The Joint Unified Command has also established a field response station at Cape Canaveral and is trying to provide lettuce to the manatees as a substitute for seagrass... If you see a manatee in need, call the FWC Wildlife Alert Hotline: 888-404-FWCC.

Train Burglaries Cause Union Pacific, Shipping Companies to Consider Avoiding LA

Train Burglaries Cause Union Pacific, Shipping Companies to Consider Avoiding LA | 17 Jan 2022 | Instead of making train burglars think twice by threatening jail time, Los Angeles County has made Union Pacific reconsider sending its goods through the area, according to a letter from the company. Union Pacific (UP), the nation's largest rail freight company, sent a letter to Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón, stating that train burglaries in his jurisdiction increased by 356 percent from October 2020 to October 2021. Burglary losses are so high that the company is considering ceasing traffic through the county. FedEx and UPS also are trying to divert railroad shipping away from the area, according to the letter.

Bethel Park Football Coach Cancels Weightlifting, Tells Players to Shovel Neighbors' Driveways Instead

Bethel Park Football Coach Cancels Weightlifting, Tells Players to Shovel Neighbors' Driveways Instead --More than six inches of snow blanketed Western Pennsylvania overnight from Sunday evening through Monday morning. | 17 Jan 2022 | The elderly, disabled, and working single parents are just some of the people on the receiving end of generosity Monday in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. The mantra remained the same for Bethel Park High School football coach Brian DeLallo as his players traded dumbells for shovels: use your legs and keep your back tight. "We would have been in the weight room doing squats, and bench press and power cleans," said DeLallo. More than six inches of snow blanketed western Pennsylvania overnight from Sunday evening through Monday morning. On Twitter, DeLallo said that Monday's weightlifting workout was canceled due to the expected severe weather. He then said to "find an elderly or disabled neighbor and shovel their driveway." DeLallo told his players not to accept any money, allowing the driveway shoveling to serve as Monday’s workout.

Novak Djokovic can't play French Open unless vaccinated, French Sports Ministry says

Novak Djokovic can't play French Open unless vaccinated, French Sports Ministry says | 17 Jan 2022 | No. 1-ranked men's singles player Novak Djokovic might not be allowed to play at the French Open, the next Grand Slam on the schedule, because of his vaccination status. Djokovic lost his appeal on Sunday to play in the Australian Open, closing a nearly two-week long saga over his unvaccinated status and attempt to enter the country with a visa and exemption... Also on Sunday, the French parliament overwhelmingly approved a law requiring vaccination for anyone at restaurants, sports arenas and other venues. Previously unvaccinated persons were allowed to enter with a valid negative test. That includes the French Open and the French Sports Ministry confirmed on Monday there would be no exemptions.

Group of BC truckers planning to join convoy across Canada to protest vaccine mandates

Group of BC truckers planning to join convoy across Canada to protest vaccine mandates | 16 Jan 2022 | A number of Canadian truckers have planned a massive convoy with hopes of ending a mandatory vaccine mandate that was put into place across the country recently. As of Saturday, Canadian truckers must be fully vaccinated if they want to avoid quarantine and pre−arrival molecular tests while unvaccinated American big-riggers are to be turned back at the border. Colin Valentim, an Ice Road fuel driver and organizer for the British Columbia-Canada convoy, explained that his group will start the journey from Vancouver at 8 am on Jan. 23. They will travel across Canada with other drivers from throughout the country and meet in Ottawa to protest.

Certain Batches of Covid Testing Swabs Distributed to U.S. Military Were Tainted with Deadly Bacteria

Certain Batches of Covid Testing Swabs Distributed to U.S. Military Were Tainted with Deadly Bacteria | 7 Jan 2022 | Certain batches of Covid-19 nasal swabs distributed to the U.S. military have been tainted with a deadly bacteria that causes necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating disease that quickly destroys tissue under the skin and often results in death unless IV antibiotics are administered before the onset of necrosis, said Captain Jacob Downing, a medical doctor and infectious disease expert at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Medical Research (WRAIR). On December 27, WRAIR received a report that three Airmen stationed at Lackland Airforce Base in San Antonio, Texas, had presented symptoms of necrotizing fasciitis within 72 hours of having been nasal swabbed for Covid-19. Two of the Airmen, Dr. Downing told Real Raw News, were already hospitalized and in intensive care by the time the report reached Walter Reed. One Airman had ulcers, blisters, and black spots on his face, as well as pus oozing from lesions on either side of his nasal cavity.

Triple-vaxxed top US general gets Covid-19

Triple-vaxxed top US general gets Covid-19 --The Joint Chiefs chairman is double-vaccinated and boosted, the Pentagon said | 17 Jan 2022 | General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is working remotely, the Pentagon has announced. One other member of the Joint Chiefs is positive, but the military did not say who. Milley tested positive on Sunday and is "experiencing very minor symptoms and can perform all of his duties from the remote location," Joint Staff spokesman Colonel Dave Butler said in a statement on Monday. The general "received the Covid-19 vaccines including the booster," Butler added.

Nancy Pelosi's son Paul was involved in five companies probed by the feds as shocking paper trail connects him to a slew of fraudsters and convicted criminals

Nancy Pelosi's son Paul was involved in five companies probed by the feds as shocking paper trail connects him to a slew of fraudsters and convicted criminals --He served as vice president of a company previously embroiled in an investigation of scam calls that targeted senior citizens --A medical company Pelosi Jr. worked for was accused of testing drugs on people without FDA authorization, DailyMail.com can reveal --A source close to a firm Nancy's son worked for told DailyMail.com that Pelosi Jr. received $2.8 million of shares allegedly issued as part of a massive $164 million fraud in July 2016 | 16 Jan 2022 | Nancy Pelosi's son was involved in five companies probed by federal agencies – but has never been charged himself, a DailyMail.com investigation reveals. A shocking paper trail shows Paul Pelosi Jr.'s connections to a host of fraudsters, rule-breakers and convicted criminals. His years-long repeated business dealings raise two troubling questions Nancy's son has been unable to answer: why did he get mixed up with such unsavory characters over and over, and how involved was he with the criminal investigations into his fraudster colleagues? Pelosi Jr. has never been accused or charged with crimes relating to these cases. But sources close to the Democrat power broker's son - and even Pelosi Jr. himself - admit that some of his business dealings may have arisen from savvy entrepreneurs hiring him in an attempt to curry favor with his powerful family.

Twitter locked out January 6th defense lawyer, gave no reason

Twitter locked out January 6th defense lawyer, gave no reason --The reason for the ban was literally left blank. | 17 Jan 2022 | Twitter locked the account of Marina Medvin, a lawyer representing January 6 defendants. The platform did not provide a reason for the suspension. The suspension was announced on Twitter by conservative commentator Jack Posobiec. According to the screenshots he shared, Medvin's account was suspended for violating Twitter rules. But the platform did not specify what rules she violated. The space where Twitter specifies what rules a user has violated was blank.

Former NYPD detective John Connolly, journalist who investigated Jeffrey Epstein, dies after brief illness

Former NYPD detective John Connolly, journalist who investigated Jeffrey Epstein, dies after brief illness | 17 Jan 2022 | Hard-hitting investigative journalist and former NYPD detective John Connolly passed away on Saturday at 78. The cop-turned-scribe was known among media insiders for his unending Rolodex, and a unique ability to mix among Hollywood execs and stars, Wall Street rainmakers, pols, police and wise-guys alike. Connolly was a co-author with James Patterson of the 2017 book "Filthy Rich: The Shocking True Story of Jeffrey Epstein - The Billionaire's Sex Scandal," which was turned into a Netflix series... He'd also appeared in the documentary "Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein?" for Investigation Discovery. Connolly's longtime partner, music industry veteran Dorothy Carvello, confirmed to The Post that Connolly passed after a brief illness.

Midwest hospital chain stops using race-based COVID-19 treatment plan amid backlash

Midwest hospital chain stops using race-based COVID-19 treatment plan amid backlash --Using race as preferential factor for treatment is 'profoundly unethical,' 'immoral,' and 'illegal,' attorneys say | 17 Jan 2022 | SSM Health, a Catholic hospital chain that operates 23 hospitals across the Midwest, has stopped using race as a determining factor for prioritizing COVID-19 treatment, the chain announced Friday after receiving a legal threat from a nonprofit conservative law firm. Attorneys at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) issued a letter Friday to SSM Health warning that it is illegal to distribute monoclonal antibody products (mAbs) based on race. The letter cited a Dec. 31 email to physicians by SSM Health that referenced a risk scoring calculator, in which non-White patients received a 7-point head start out of 20 total and were therefore more likely to receive life-saving medical treatment over White patients with medically recognized co-morbidities or symptoms, the attorneys argued.

Police in Manchester arrest two teenagers over Texas synagogue siege that saw terrorist from Blackburn shot dead

Police in Manchester arrest two teenagers over Texas synagogue siege that saw terrorist from Blackburn shot dead --FBI identifies Texas synagogue shooter as 44-year-old Malik Faisal Akram, who is originally from Blackburn --All four hostages have been released after the terrorist was shot and police stormed the Texas synagogue | 16 Jan 2022 | Two teenagers in Manchester have been arrested tonight in connection with the 44-year-old British terrorist who was shot dead after taking four people hostage during a 10-hour stand-off inside a Texas synagogue. The teenagers, from South Manchester, are currently being quizzed by police over events that transpired more than 4,700 miles away, counter terror specialists confirmed on Sunday night. Malik Faisal Akram, 44, of Blackburn, was shot dead by the FBI's elite Hostage Rescue Team after holding four hostages, including a rabbi, for more than 10 hours at Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas on Saturday. One hostage was eventually freed after six hours before FBI SWAT team stormed the building at around 9pm (3am GMT) local time, shooting the terror suspect dead. All of the hostages were eventually released unharmed.

US government plans to force all new vehicles to have a 'kill switch'

US government plans to force all new vehicles to have a 'kill switch' --Requirement also to have a backdoor available to law enforcement | 16 Jan 2022 | If the US government gets its way, it will require car manufacturers to install kill switches in all new vehicles (cars, trucks, and SUVs) from 2026. The kill switch will have a backdoor that can be accessed by law enforcement. But, as House Representative Bob Barr noted in an article last year, legislation can change unexpectedly to work against law-abiding citizens. The kill switch will not only remotely shut down a vehicle but the technology will also "passively monitor the performance of a motor vehicle to accurately identify whether that driver may be impaired." See the text of the bill here.

Doctor loses license, must have psych evaluation for COVID 'falsehoods,' board says

Doctor loses license, must have psych evaluation for COVID 'falsehoods,' board says --Dr. Nass treated COVID-19 patients with Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, according to the board. --On her blog, Nass called her license suspension a "witch-hunt." | 14 Jan 2022 | A doctor with decades of experience can't practice medicine after her license was temporarily suspended over complaints that she shared coronavirus misinformation [sic], according to a Maine licensing board. The board has ordered her to undergo a neuropsychological evaluation, it said. Dr. Meryl J. Nass, who got a license to practice medicine in Maine in 1997, had her license "immediately" suspended for 30 days after a board investigation and review of complaints against her on Jan. 12, according to a suspension order from the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine. Nass, who's an internist in Ellsworth, must "submit" to an evaluation by a "Board-selected psychologist" on Feb. 1, the board's evaluation order issued Jan. 11 said... Nass called "disinformation and misinformation" a "fuzzy concept" that the board hasn't defined for her, she said. "There's no law that says doctors can't express their educated opinion on any subject." Other grounds for her suspension include how Nass treated COVID-19 patients with Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, according to the board.

Rare Spinal Cord Condition Flagged as Potential Adverse Effect of COVID-19 Vaccines - EU Drug Regulator

Rare Spinal Cord Condition Flagged as Potential Adverse Effect of COVID-19 Vaccines - EU Drug Regulator | 16 Jan 2022 | The European Union's drug regulator has indicated that a change to the product information for COVID-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson has been recommended to include a warning of a rare [as of now] spinal cord condition called transverse myelitis. TM is a rare condition that involves inflammation of one or both sides of the spinal cord. Symptoms can include weakness in the limbs, and tingling, numbness, pain or loss of pain sensation, or issues with bladder and bowel function. The Pharmacovigilance and Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC), the European Medicines Agency's (EMA) committee that assesses the safety of human medicines, recommended the change on Jan. 14 after concluding that a causal link between the two vaccines and TM is "at least a reasonable possibility."

Novak Djokovic: Tennis star to be deported after losing Australia visa appeal

Novak Djokovic: Tennis star to be deported after losing Australia visa appeal --Djokovic has been staying at an immigration detention hotel in Melbourne | 16 Jan 2022 | Tennis star Novak Djokovic has lost his last-ditch court bid to stay in Australia and is set to be deported. Judges rejected his appeal after the government cancelled the unvaccinated player's visa for a second time this month on public health grounds. The decision has ended the 34-year-old's hopes of defending his Australian Open title and winning a record 21st Grand Slam. He said he was "extremely disappointed" but respected the ruling.

Virginia's New GOP Governor Ends Vaccine Mandate for State Employees, Mask Mandates in Schools

Virginia's New GOP Governor Ends Vaccine Mandate for State Employees, Mask Mandates in Schools | 15 Jan 2022 | Glenn Youngkin, the first Republican to win the state of Virginia since 2009, was sworn in as the state's 74th governor on Jan. 15. Within hours of his inauguration, he signed 11 executive actions including lifting the mask mandate in Virginia schools and "ending divisive concepts, including critical race theory, in public education." He also signed an executive directive rescinding the vaccine mandate for all state employees. The 55-year-old former business executive, in his inauguration speech at Richmond, emphasized a "common path forward" with "our deep and abiding respect for individual freedom."

Officials say suspect in hostage situation believed to be motivated by case of prisoner linked to terrorism

Officials say suspect in hostage situation believed to be motivated by case of prisoner linked to terrorism | 15 Jan 2022 | 6:01 p.m. EST update: Two law enforcement officials tell CNN investigators believe the suspect in the hostage situation at a Texas synagogue may have been motivated by a desire to free Aafia Siddiqui, who is serving an 86-year sentence at a facility in Texas. She was convicted in 2010 on seven charges, including attempted murder and armed assault on US officers in Afghanistan. The sources tell CNN that assessment is based on both discussions with the suspect and audio heard on the synagogue's livestream.

Hostage situation at Colleyville, Texas, synagogue - DPS, SWAT, and FBI on scene

Hostage situation at Colleyville, Texas, synagogue - DPS, SWAT, and FBI on scene --Police began "SWAT operations" at around 11 a.m. at Congregation Beth Israel on the 6100 block of Pleasant Run Road. | 15 Jan 2022 | Law enforcement agencies have responded to a hostage situation at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas. SWAT officers with the Colleyville Police Department, as well as officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety and FBI, are on the scene at the Jewish synagogue, located on the 6100 block of Pleasant Run Road near Tinker Road and State Highway 121. FBI crisis negotiators said, since arriving at the scene, they have had continued contact with the suspect who is holding the hostages. Citing sources familiar with the ongoing situation, both ABC News and the Associated Press have reported that the individual who is holding the hostages is armed. They also report that at least four hostages are believed to be inside of the synagogue, and that the synagogue's rabbi is believed to be among those being held hostage.

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