Jan. 6 Defendant Jon Mellis Leaks Footage From Inside the D.C. Gulag - Prisoners Are Forced to Drink Dirty Brown Water

Jan. 6 Defendant Jon Mellis Leaks Footage From Inside the D.C. Gulag - Prisoners Are Forced to Drink Dirty Brown Water | 6 Feb 2023 | Jonathan Mellis was arrested on February 16, 2021, a month after the January 6 protests in Washington, D.C. Jon pleaded not guilty to all charges against him after his arrest. He has been held in prison for nearly two years now without trial. After nearly two years in jail, Jon Mellis has yet to receive a bond hearing. Mellis warned Americans in December 2022 that he and other J6 defendants in the "Patriot Pod" of the D.C. Gulag are being tortured by "racist, hateful, and abusive correctional officers," sexually assaulted and treated like animals for being Trump supporters. While attempted murderers, rapists, and acid-throwing Antifa thugs are quickly returned to the streets, the son of a two-time Purple Heart medal recipient is held on charges that allege no injuries or harm, nor property damaged while protesting the corruption of justice as is his civic right and duty.

Lawyers for U.S., Navy SEALs battle over revoked Covid-19 vaccine mandate

Lawyers for U.S., Navy SEALs battle over revoked Covid-19 vaccine mandate --5th Circuit hears arguments on whether to wipe out injunctions against policy Congress overturned last year over Biden's objection | 6 Feb 2023 | A lawyer representing Navy SEALs who do not want to be vaccinated against Covid-19 experimental and often deadly mRNA gene therapy injections told a federal appeals court Monday that their lawsuit over a now-withdrawn vaccine mandate isn't moot even though Congress passed legislation last December ordering the policy canceled. During arguments before the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, attorney Heather Hacker said the service members still face the possibility of discipline over their refusal to get vaccinated and the government has not ruled out taking vaccination status into account when doling out future assignments. "Even though the mandate has been repealed, the Navy will continue to use vaccination status as a requirement for the class members to be able to fulfill their job duties," Hacker said during the 40-minute argument. "It's even worse now because the Navy will not even consider the plaintiffs requests for religious accommodation anymore." The appeals court issued no immediate rulings Monday.

Ukraine accused of chemical warfare

Ukraine accused of chemical warfare --Toxic compounds have reportedly been used against Russian troops in Donbass | 6 Feb 2023 | Russian military commanders have reported that Ukrainian troops deployed a type of chemical weapon against their units in Donbass, according to a local official. Speaking to Russian television on Monday, Denis Pushilin, the acting governor of the Donetsk People's Republic, said his office has been receiving reports about possible chemical warfare "for at least two weeks." Ukrainian troops have reportedly been deploying "chemical compounds that make our military service members ill," he said. Dmitry Peskov, the spokesman for the Kremlin, declined to discuss the allegation with journalists, saying that his office didn't have accurate information about the issue. He said the Russian military would pass such incidents up the chain of command and suggested contacting the Defense Ministry with further inquiries.

Chinese 'spy balloon' potentially rigged to explode - Pentagon

Chinese 'spy balloon' potentially rigged to explode - Pentagon --The aircraft could have destroyed itself and its jetliner-sized payload if necessary, a top US general said | 6 Feb 2023 | The alleged "Chinese surveillance balloon" shot down by the US on Saturday could have been carrying explosives to destroy itself and its cargo, US Northern Command Chief General Glen VanHerck told Politico on Monday. VanHerck also confirmed earlier reports that similar balloons have entered US airspace undetected before. VanHerck told Politico that the balloon was up to 200ft (61 meters) tall, and carried a payload "in excess of a couple thousand pounds." The general added that the balloon potentially carried explosives "to detonate and destroy the balloon" if necessary. The balloon was shot down off the coast of South Carolina on Sunday, a week after it entered US airspace.

Southwest to Halve Flying Time Needed for Prospective Pilots

Southwest to Halve Flying Time Needed for Prospective Pilots --Carrier says flight experience to drop to 500 hours from 1,000 --The change was outlined in a Feb. 2 memo to pilots --Change triggered by increasing industry demand for pilots [because so many of them died in the aftermath of the clot shot mandate.] | 4 Feb 2023 | Southwest Airlines Co. will reduce by half the amount of experience prospective pilots must have flying jet or turboprop aircraft as it accelerates hiring this year. Applicants will need to have 500 hours of "turbine time" starting Feb. 7, down from the 1,000 hours previously required, the airline confirmed Saturday. The US airline industry has been hobbled by a pilot shortage that intensified during and coming out of the pandemic. Most major carriers continue to hire aviators even after securing enough to fly current schedules, leaving a shortfall at regional airlines that has kept some aircraft grounded. Southwest is adding a net 1,700 pilots this year, after hiring about 1,000 in 2022.

U.S. shoots down Chinese balloon over Atlantic

U.S. shoots down Chinese balloon over Atlantic | 4 Feb 2023 | The U.S. has destroyed a Chinese balloon that had been floating over the continental United States over the past several days. Footage on social media showed the balloon exploding during flight and beginning to fall toward the earth. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration had earlier closed airspace in the area in which the balloon was eventually downed.

Koch Political Machine Vows to Fight to Deny Trump GOP Nomination in 2024

Koch Political Machine Vows to Fight to Deny Trump GOP Nomination in 2024 | 5 Feb 2023 | The Koch political machine [WEF dirt-bags], which fuels the most powerful donor network in conservative politics, is declaring itself as be part of the NeverTrump effort for 2024, aiming to deny former President Donald Trump a third nomination for the White House. The declaration, released in a recent memo to staffers and activists, never explicitly mentions Trump, but it's abundantly clear from the tone in Americans for Prosperity CEO Emily Seidel’s message that the grassroots behemoth she leads has no plans of being a passive player in Republican politics when it comes to the White House. Americans for Prosperity is perhaps the most forward-facing arm of the Koch political orbit, organized more than two decades ago by billionaires Charles and David Koch. They went all-in on Mitt Romney's campaign in 2012, a move many of the network’s members to this day regret.

GOP bill seeks to reinstate military members discharged over COVID-19 vaccination status

GOP bill seeks to reinstate military members discharged over COVID-19 vaccination status | 5 Feb 2023 | Nineteen Republican U.S. senators introduced a bill that would require the U.S. Department of Defense to offer reinstatement to service members who were fired over the military's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, joined by his colleagues, filed an amended bill to one he filed last legislative session, which would have allowed service members to opt out of the vaccine mandate without facing repercussion. The bill went nowhere. Several provisions to protect service members in the National Defense Authorization Act of 2023 were weakened by Democratic leadership prior to the bill being passed last year and signed into law by the president, Cruz said, prompting him to file this new bill. The Allowing Military Exemptions, Recognizing Individual Concerns About New Shots (AMERICANS) Act of 2023 was filed on Jan. 24. U.S. Rep. Dan Bishop, R-N.C., filed a companion bill in the House.

Migrant students in NYC schools don't need to show proof of vaccinations

Migrant students in NYC schools don't need to show proof of vaccinations | 5 Feb 2023 | The flood of migrant families into New York City is forcing schools to accept children who lack required vaccinations and has possibly led to one outbreak already. The Simon Baruch Middle School in Gramercy Park had a chickenpox case, according to a Jan. 25 notice from the principal which said students not vaccinated for the illness could not attend school... "We're seeing so many unvaccinated kids," Dr. Ted Long, executive director of the NYC Test & Trace Corps, said at a council hearing, speaking generally about the migrant influx. An estimated 11,000 migrant children have enrolled in Department of Education schools since the summer. DOE rules say schools must accept kids living in temporary housing, including asylum seekers, even if they can't immediately show vaccination or academic records, according to guidance sent to principals in September. [Exactly, as planned. Guess who's going to replace (at one-third the cost) millions of middle-class workers in five years after they die of myocarditis induced by the mandatory clot shot?]

Arizona hospital on brink of collapse after spending $20 million on migrant care

Arizona hospital on brink of collapse after spending $20 million on migrant care --Dr. Robert Treschel said the $20 million care cost does not include infrastructure expenses | 5 Feb 2023 | Migrant patients are overwhelming a border town's sole hospital, straining medical resources and placing the facility on the brink of collapse without sufficient funding to accommodate the influx of people. Dr. Robert Transchel, the president and CEO of Yuma, Arizona's Yuma Regional Medical Center, told co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy Sunday on Fox & Friends Weekend that the problem is nothing new. "It's been a long journey," he said. "We've been at this for well over a year now. We tracked our uncompensated care for a period of over six months, and we calculated that we've provided over $20 million in uncompensated care to the migrants crossing the border." Transchel said neither the city, the state nor the federal government is providing funds to accommodate the costs associated with the migrant influx. He added that, despite taking the issue to Arizona officials and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the problem remains unsolved.

Japanese Researchers to File Lawsuit Against Japan Government for Covering Up the Side Effects of the COVID Vaccine

Japanese Researchers to File Lawsuit Against Japan Government for Covering Up the Side Effects of the COVID Vaccine | 4 Feb 2023 | During a press conference, a team of Japanese researchers led by Professor Masanori Fukushima stated their intention to sue the Japanese government if the Health Ministry continues to refuse to acknowledge the causal link between the vaccine and deaths. "Around April last year, the pathology and forensics societies have already issued a statement that in the future, an autopsy should be done on people who have died after vaccination," said Prof. Fukushima... According to Fukushima, Japan's Health Ministry won't acknowledge the causal link between the vaccine and deaths. The Japanese researchers threatened the government that additional lawsuits would be filed for the COVID vaccine harm cover-up. When asked by a reporter on what he would say to medical professionals who provide vaccines to patients, he responded: "I want to say one thing very clearly to the Health Ministry in addition to the medical professionals. They should distribute a Vaccination Victim’s Handbook to everyone who has been vaccinated. The Vaccination Victim’s Handbook is similar to the Atomic Bomb Victim’s Handbook, which is distributed to survivors of atomic bombs..."

Longer-range rockets included in $2 bln U.S. pledge for Ukraine

Insane in the membrane: Longer-range rockets included in $2 bln U.S. pledge for Ukraine | 3 Feb 2023 | A new rocket that would double Ukraine's strike range in its war with Russia was included in a $2.175 billion U.S. military aid package, the Pentagon said on Friday. The new weapon, the Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB), will allow Ukraine's military to hit targets at twice the distance reachable by the rockets it now fires from the U.S.-supplied High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS)... "As part of the USAI package, we will be providing Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb to Ukraine," Brigadier General Patrick Ryder told a news briefing at the Pentagon. USAI stands for Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI).

Polar vortex to produce otherworldly RealFeel temp

Polar vortex to produce otherworldly RealFeel temp | 3 Feb 2023 | The polar vortex will cause temperatures to tumble to their lowest levels in years across New England late this week. The harsh cold, when paired with strong winds, could cause frostbite in minutes, and one remote location will face weather conditions so extreme that it will feel otherworldly. The heart of the cold weather is forecast to unfold across New England through Saturday morning with subzero temperatures expected across a widespread area. Boston is forecast to experience one of its top-five lowest temperatures in recorded history on Saturday morning with the mercury predicted to reach 10 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. But the extreme nature of the upcoming Arctic blast will be unparalleled at the summit of Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in the northeastern United States. The AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperature plummeted to 111 degrees below zero at 11 p.m. EST Friday with an actual temperature of 45 degrees below zero and wind gusts close to 100 mph.

Facebook, Instagram Threaten to Restrict or Ban Project Veritas

Facebook, Instagram Threaten to Restrict or Ban Project Veritas | 3 Feb 2023 | Facebook and Instagram have threatened to restrict or ban Project Veritas from their platforms, both owned by Meta, after a journalist confronted a senior YouTube official about the removal of a video about Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines. On Friday, the nonprofit journalism organization Project Veritas published footage that appears to show one of its reporters confronting YouTube's vice president of Global Trust and Safety, Matt Halprin. The video shows the reporter approaching Halprin in public regarding YouTube's removal of a video featuring a senior Pfizer official, unaware he was being recorded, discussing how the company is considering mutating the COVID-19 virus to develop new vaccines proactively. Halprin refused to answer the reporter's inquiries and instead told the reporter not to touch him while also threatening to call the police, before walking away.

Bills in Brazil provide for up to eight years in prison for those who refuse mandatory vaccines, spread 'fake news'

Bills in Brazil provide for up to eight years in prison for those who refuse mandatory vaccines, spread 'fake news' | 29 Jan 2023 | Six bills in the Brazilian Congress criminalize everything from cutting in line to receive a vaccine to people who spread "fake news" about how vaccines work. Authored by Senator Angelo Coronel (PSD), PL 5555/2020 foresees the inclusion in the Criminal Code of imprisonment for one to three years for people who omit or oppose the mandatory vaccination of children or adolescents in a "public health emergency." The project also criminalizes, with a penalty of two to eight years in prison, people who refuse to take the mandatory doses of vaccines. The same punishment also applies to those who spread "false news" about the vaccines or how they work. If the individual is a public employee, the penalty is doubled.

Memphis fires sixth police officer in connection with death of Tyre Nichols

Memphis fires sixth police officer in connection with death of Tyre Nichols | 3 Feb 2023 | Memphis has fired a sixth police officer in connection with the death of Tyre Nichols. The decision to terminate Preston Hemphill stemmed from an internal investigation that ultimately found he violated multiple department policies during Nichols's arrest, the Associated Press reported. The Department relieved Hemphill of duty in January in the wake of Nichols's death. Five black officers have already been fired and face second-degree murder charges over the incident. Hemphill, who is white, broke department rules when deploying a stun gun, the investigation found. Authorities later determined that had committed personal conduct violations, per the AP.

House Judiciary GOP subpoena FBI's Christopher Wray, AG Merrick Garland

House Judiciary GOP subpoena FBI's Christopher Wray, AG Merrick Garland | 3 Feb 2023 | The House Judiciary Committee has issued subpoenas to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, demanding they provide the committee with documents pertaining to FVI investigations of school board meetings. In October of 2021, Garland issued a memo highlighting "violent threats" against school officials amid a rise in parental opposition to the teaching of Critical Race Theory in public schools. That memo, directing law enforcement to address the issue, attracted considerable scrutiny from conservatives who categorized it as part of the Biden administration's alleged "weaponization" of federal agencies. The subpoena, which the Epoch Times reviewed, marks one of the first salvos by House Republicans against the administration as part of the bevy of investigations they have initiated against it.

COVID Vaccine Package Labels 'Severely Outdated:' Coalition of Health Experts Petition FDA to Update

COVID Vaccine Package Labels 'Severely Outdated:' Coalition of Health Experts Petition FDA to Update | 3 Feb 2023 | A health expert coalition published a citizen petition on Jan. 31 requesting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to update COVID-19 vaccine package labels with the most recent data on safety and efficacy. In the filed petition, coalition members argued that the labels are outdated; recent safety and efficacy clinical data have not been included, and adverse events such as sudden cardiac deaths and pulmonary embolisms should also be added. Represented by professor Linda Wastila from the University of Maryland, the nine members of the Coalition Advocating for Adequately Labeled Medicines (CAALM) petitioned on Jan. 31, 2023, for 10 amendments to messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine labels.

Pentagon says another Chinese spy balloon is traveling over Latin America

Pentagon says another Chinese spy balloon is traveling over Latin America |3 Feb 2023 | The U.S. government says another Chinese spy balloon is traveling over Latin America. "We are seeing reports of a balloon transiting Latin America," Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder, a Pentagon spokesperson, told Fox News Friday night. "We now assess it is another Chinese surveillance balloon." Ryder said during a briefing Thursday the U.S. government detected a high-altitude surveillance balloon over the continental U.S. A senior defense official said during the briefing the U.S. government is "confident" the surveillance balloon is from the People's Republic of China.

Plan to send U.S. contractors to Ukraine revealed

Plan to send U.S. contractors to Ukraine revealed --A private project is seeking to hire 100 to 200 professionals to help Ukrainians with repairs on the battlefield | 3 Feb 2023 | Former U.S. military officers and private entities are raising money to send Western maintenance personnel close to the frontlines in Ukraine, Politico reported on Thursday. According to the news website, the project, dubbed Trident Support and scheduled to launch in March, will involve the recruitment of 100 to 200 experienced contractors, who would be deployed on the ground in Ukraine. They are then supposed to "embed themselves with small units near the front lines" and teach Ukrainian troops to repair their equipment without the need to send it out of the country, the report says, noting that all major maintenance of Western-supplied arms currently takes place in Poland and other NATO countries.

AZ Senate Rocked By New Claims of Election Violations, Private Meeting Held as Lake's Appeal Heats Up

AZ Senate Rocked By New Claims of Election Violations, Private Meeting Held as Lake's Appeal Heats Up | 2 Feb 2023 | On Wednesday, the Arizona Court of Appeals held a private meeting regarding Arizona Republican Kari Lake's election challenge as they prepare to hear damning allegations of election failures, specifically in Maricopa County. The appeals court's meeting was about Lake's appeal of a Maricopa County Superior Court decision from December, which rejected her election lawsuit against county election officials and Governor [sic] Katie Hobbs. Lake claimed that several irregularities in the 2022 gubernatorial election, including problems with voting machines at 60% of the county's 115 voting centers, suppressed the Republican Election Day vote. Two days after Democratic Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes referred Lake's case for criminal prosecution to Attorney General Kris Mayes over a tweet regarding the improper counting of ballots with mismatched signatures in Senate testimony, the court reviewed the case.

American Volunteer, Former U.S. Marine Killed in Ukraine

American Volunteer, Former U.S. Marine Killed in Ukraine | 3 Feb 2023 | American volunteer and former U.S. Marine Pete Reed was killed in Eastern Ukraine on Thursday, according to his family. Reed was working for Global Outreach Doctors in the city of Bakhmut, where his ambulance was struck by incoming Russian fire, relatives said. Global Outreach Doctors listed Reed as the "Ukraine Country Director" on the organization’s website. A decorated Marine, Reed served two tours in Afghanistan before leading a medical team for the Kurdish Peshmerga forces as they liberated Mosul, Iraq from ISIS [I-CIA-SIS].

Montana Sen. Daines 'alarmed' at Chinese spy balloon, says 'significant concern' that ICBM fields targeted

Montana Sen. Daines 'alarmed' at Chinese spy balloon, says 'significant concern' that ICBM fields targeted | 2 Feb 2023 | Montana Senator Steve Daines (R) sent a letter to the Department of Defense (DOD) demanding answers on the suspected Chinese spy balloon spotted above his state. Daines sent a late letter to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Thursday amid reports of the suspected surveillance balloon over U.S. airspace. The Montana Republican called the high-altitude Chinese balloon a "concerning event" and told Austin that the "fact that this balloon was occupying Montana airspace creates significant concern that Malmstrom Air Force Base (AFB) and the United State’s intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) fields are the targets of this intelligence gathering mission."

Pentagon Tracking Suspected Chinese Spy Balloon Over Northern U.S.

Pentagon Tracking Suspected Chinese Spy Balloon Over Northern U.S. | 2 Feb 2023 | The U.S. military is currently tracking a suspected Chinese spy balloon over Montana, according to a senior Pentagon official. "The United States Government has detected and is tracking a high altitude surveillance balloon that is over the continental United States right now," said Pentagon Press Secretary Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder in a Feb. 2 statement. A senior defense official told reporters the Pentagon has a "very high confidence" that the balloon comes from China... A senior defense official said that Pentagon leadership including Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin convened a meeting to determine whether or not the balloon should be shot down, but ultimately decided against that course of action "due to the risk to safety and security of people on the ground from the possible debris field."

NJ Republican Lawmaker Killed in Apparent 'Targeted' Attack

NJ Republican Lawmaker Killed in Apparent 'Targeted' Attack | 2 Feb 2023 | A Republican member of a New Jersey borough council was shot and killed Wednesday night near her residence. Council member Eunice Dwumfour of Sayreville, New Jersey, was found shot multiple times in her vehicle just outside of the apartment complex where she lived, according to WABC-TV. Police said that the vehicle crashed after Dwumfour was shot. She was pronounced dead at the scene... Police said she was the target of an attack, WABC reported. Community organizer Charlie Kratovil called her killing a "targeted" attack.

MIT Expert Calls for Immediate Stop of mRNA COVID Jabs - Evidence Shows 'Unprecedented Level of Harm'

MIT Expert Calls for Immediate Stop of mRNA COVID Jabs - Evidence Shows 'Unprecedented Level of Harm' | 1 Feb 2023 | The rollout of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines should be immediately suspended, as they are causing "an unprecedented level of harm, including the death of young people and children," said Retsef Levi, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "This is not a theory anymore," the professor told The Epoch Times, referring to findings that link the messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines with myocarditis, a potentially fatal inflammation of the heart. "These are proven facts that basically undermine any sense of safety about these vaccines." For more than 30 years, Levi has worked extensively in the areas of analytics and modeling, looking at risk management issues in the context of health systems and health policies.

Hunter Biden Admits Infamous Laptop Belongs to Him

Hunter Biden Admits Infamous Laptop Belongs to Him --Calls for criminal probe into attempts to 'weaponize' contents | 2 Feb 2023 | A lawyer for Joe Biden's son, Hunter, urged state and federal agencies in a letter on Feb. 1 to probe what he said were attempts by close allies of former President Donald Trump and others to "weaponize" the contents of a laptop that an electronics repair shop owner says was dropped off at his Delaware store in 2019. The letters from Hunter Biden's attorneys mark the first time he and his legal team have publicly acknowledged that it was his personal data found on the laptop. The letters were sent by Hunter Biden's lawyer Abbe Lowell to the Delaware attorney general, the Department of Justice's National Security Division, and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). They call for an investigation into former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon, campaign lawyer and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, as well as Giuliani's own lawyer, Robert Costello, and the owner of the Wilmington computer repair shop, John Paul Mac Isaac, who said Hunter Biden dropped a laptop off at his store in April 2019 and failed to return to pick it up.

SFPD may resubmit proposal for 'killer robots' after policy was blocked, reigniting debate

SFPD may resubmit proposal for 'killer robots' after policy was blocked, reigniting debate | 2 Feb 2023 | Robots with the ability to use deadly force may be back on the agenda in San Francisco. There was an uproar over the idea just a few months ago that got national attention. SFPD drafted a policy to allow lethally armed robots to be used in "extreme" cases where violent suspects pose an immediate risk to life. Initially, the robots were approved but the Board of Supervisors ended up blocking the policy. During Wednesday night's police commission meeting, the idea was floated again.

Moscow provides more evidence of U.S. biolabs in Ukraine

Moscow provides more evidence of U.S. biolabs in Ukraine --Kiev's troops were among the test subjects for Pentagon-funded research, the Russian MOD says | 30 Jan 2023 | Russia's Defense Ministry on Monday laid out more evidence that U.S.-funded laboratories were working in Ukraine. Documents and materials recovered by Russian troops showed that Western pharmaceutical companies operating in territory under Kiev's control conducted HIV/AIDS research on Ukrainian military personnel. The commander of Russia's Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defense Forces, Lieutenant General Igor Kirillov, presented Ukrainian-language documents referring to HIV infection studies that began in 2019... According to Kirillov, the Russian military has recovered more than 20,000 documents and other materials related to the biological programs in Ukraine, while interviewing eyewitnesses and participants. The evidence "confirms the focus of the Pentagon on creating biological weapons components and testing them on the population of Ukraine and other states along [Russia's] borders," the general told reporters.

Biden tells Congress he'll end COVID-19 emergencies on May 11

Biden tells Congress he'll end COVID-19 emergencies on May 11 --House Republican plan to vote on resolutions this week that would end COVID-19 emergency declarations immediately | 30 Jan 2023 | Joe Biden told Congress on Monday that his administration will end twin emergencies related to the COVID-19 pandemic on May 11, 2023, more than three years after they were enacted. The COVID-19 national emergency is set to expire on March 1, while the public health emergency (PHE) will expire on April 11. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) wrote in a Statement of Administration Policy that Biden will extend both emergencies to May 11, at which point they will expire. The statement came in response to two resolutions being brought to the House floor by Republicans this week that call for an immediate end to the emergencies... Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., who introduced a bill with 51 co-sponsors to end the emergency immediately, said the House will go ahead with the vote on Wednesday. "There is no reason to wait. There is no reason to trust the Biden Regime," Gosar tweeted.

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