BYU Hawaii refuses to grant student exemption from vaccine that could paralyze her

BYU Hawaii refuses to grant student exemption from vaccine that could paralyze her | 19 July 2021 | Brigham Young University Hawaii has refused to grant a medical exemption to incoming freshman Olivia Sandor despite her having a condition that makes receiving a COVID vaccine potentially dangerous. Sandor wrote on Instagram on July 13 that she developed Guillain-Barré Syndrome in 2019 as a side-effect of a vaccination, though she did not say what vaccine she received. On July 13, the FDA said that people who received the Johnson and Johnson vaccine have "an observed increased risk," of developing GBS. But, despite the fact that her doctors and the CDC have said that vaccines could lead to her being paralyzed again or lead to death, the Mormon university denied her exemption. University officials have not mandated the vaccine for employees.

Pingdemic hits Marks and Spencer, rail services, National Trust houses, MOT bookings and businesses across UK as even The Globe's production of The Tempest is halted when actor is told to self-isolate

Pingdemic hits Marks and Spencer, rail services, National Trust houses, MOT bookings and businesses across UK as even The Globe's production of The Tempest is halted when actor is told to self-isolate --It comes as rail services in north of England and parts of Wales are impacted --Pubs bosses have also expressed frustration at having to close due to isolation --Meanwhile, garage bosses warn of an MOT backlog due to staff facing isolation | 18 July 2021 | 'Pingdemic' chaos is spreading across Britain today with more businesses and services announcing closures and delays due to the growing number of staff being told to self-isolate. Shakespeare's Globe has become the latest victim today, with bosses having to cancel a showing because of isolation rules. It comes as the top boss of Marks and Spencer last night warned that store hours may have to be cut due to the number of employees in isolation. Some National Trust sites announced they would have to shut-up shop today due to a lack of staff, while mechanics warned of an MOT backlog due to the number of garage workers facing quarantines. Schools are also facing tough decisions on whether to move classes online close early for the summer due to rising numbers of teachers and staff in isolation.

Israeli spyware is found on cellphones of journalists including at New York Times, CNN and AP, as well as members of royal families and politicians around the world

Israeli spyware is found on cellphones of journalists including at New York Times, CNN and AP, as well as members of royal families and politicians around the world --Software, called Pegasus, was developed by Israel's NSO group, a private firm --List of more than 50,000 phone numbers included journalists and politicians | 18 July 2021 | Activists, journalists and politicians around the world have been spied on using cellphone malware developed by a private Israeli firm, it emerged Sunday, igniting fears of widespread privacy and rights abuses. The use of the software, called Pegasus and developed by Israel's NSO group, was reported on by the Washington Post, the Guardian, Le Monde and other news outlets who collaborated on an investigation into a data leak. The leak was of a list of up to 50,000 phone numbers believed to have been identified as people of interest by clients of NSO since 2016... Among the numbers on the list are those of journalists for media organizations around the world including Agence France-Presse, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, The New York Times, Al Jazeera, France 24, Radio Free Europe, Mediapart, El País, the Associated Press, Le Monde, Bloomberg, the Economist, Reuters and Voice of America, The Guardian said.

Two more fully vaccinated Texas Democrats test positive for COVID after fleeing election vote

Two more fully vaccinated Texas Democrats test positive for COVID after fleeing election vote --Five Texas Democrats have tested positive on their Washington visit | 18 July 2021 | Two more [fully vaccinated] Texas Democrats have tested positive for coronavirus during their trip to Washington, D.C., just one day after three of their colleagues learned they had contracted the virus as well. According to the Texas Tribune, the number of COVID-positive Texas state lawmakers in the nation's capital is now five. The news comes on the same day that Kamala Harris dropped by Walter Reed Medical Center for a "routine" visit after meeting with the group of lawmakers just last week.

'Not backed by science': LA County sheriff slams new mask mandate

'Not backed by science': LA County sheriff slams new mask mandate | 17 July 2021 | The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on Friday ripped the area's newly reinstated indoor mask mandate -- saying the COVID-19 precaution is "not backed by science" and that the law enforcement agency won't enforce it. Sheriff Alex Villanueva said that his department was too underfunded to make sure residents comply with the public health order, which is set to go into effect Saturday amid an uptick in coronavirus cases. Requiring that people wear face coverings indoors, even when vaccinated, is "not backed by science" and "contradicts" federal health guidelines, Villanueva said in a statement.

Wisconsin Lawmaker Calls for 'Full Forensic Audit' After Georgia, Arizona Updates

Wisconsin Lawmaker Calls for 'Full Forensic Audit' After Georgia, Arizona Updates | 17 July 2021 | A Wisconsin representative on Friday said 2020 election reviews being done in the state should be expanded into a "full forensic audit" following alleged irregularities being revealed in Arizona and Georgia. State Rep. Timothy Ramthun, a Republican, formally requested "a more comprehensive audit" from former state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, who is leading a conducting a review of the election at the behest of Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos along with retired police officers, and the Legislative Audit Bureau, which lawmakers authorized earlier this year to investigate the election. Ramthun is pushing for the forensic audit after reviewing recently released information from two counties.

Harris visits Walter Reed for 'routine' doctor appointment days after meeting with infected Texas Democrats

Harris visits Walter Reed for 'routine' doctor appointment days after meeting with infected Texas Democrats --Three of the Democratic lawmakers tested positive for COVID-19 | 18 July 2021 | Kamala Harris is going for what a White House official told Fox News is a "routine doctor's appointment" at Walter Reed Medical Center on Sunday. The visit to the Bethesda, Maryland, hospital comes after she met with Texas Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday. Three of the Democrats had tested positive for coronavirus, with one testing positive Friday night and two others Saturday morning. Fox News asked Harris's office if Harris is showing any symptoms of COVID-19, but they did not immediately respond.

Anti-lockdown protesters flood the streets of Sydney, chanting 'Freedom', 'No to the vaccine', while truckies and tradies block major bridge demanding extraordinary two-week ban on all construction be lifted

Anti-lockdown protesters flood the streets of Sydney, chanting 'Freedom', 'No to the vaccine', while truckies and tradies block major bridge demanding extraordinary two-week ban on all construction be lifted --Protests erupted in Sydney on Saturday as new lockdown rules announced --The harsh new restrictions will see all construction work halted until July 30 --In Bankstown more than a hundred of protesters clashed with police --Convoy of trucks, utes and tradie vans blockaded Anzac and Harbour Bridges | 17 July 2021 | Co-ordinated rallies have erupted across Sydney demanding tough Covid lockdown restrictions be lifted - with trucks blockading the city's bridges and protesters clashing with police. A convoy of trucks stretching hundreds of metres caused havoc for commuters on the Anzac Bridge on Saturday afternoon with similar scenes at the Harbour Bridge. Simultaneously in the city's south-west - where locals have been hit with harsher restrictions than elsewhere - scores of protesters flooded a community park in Bankstown. The protesters directed their anger at NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian chanting 'Freedom, Freedom', 'No to the vaccine', and 'P*** off Gladys' as they marched through Paul Keating Park.

Hate crimes against Christians becoming commonplace in Canada

Hate crimes against Christians becoming commonplace in Canada | 17 July 2021 | Hate crimes targeting Christians are increasingly becoming normal in Canada. There have been at least 45 attacks on Christian congregations in the country since June, including 17 cases in which churches were completely burned down. The fires and vandalism span six provinces and the Northwest Territories, some of which have been in the heartland of First Nations' territory. Christians are being forced to defend themselves or hire private security just to protect their places of worship.

Appeals Court Agrees to Review Decision on Big Tech's Section 230 Immunity

Appeals Court Agrees to Review Decision on Big Tech's Section 230 Immunity | 17 July 2021 | A little-watched civil rights case that threatens Silicon Valley's Section 230 immunity took a huge step forward on July 16, as an appeals court that rarely does so agreed to review a lower court's decision. The U.S. Appeals Court for the Second Circuit in New York agreed to review a lower court's ruling that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) protects Big Tech companies such as Vimeo from civil rights liability in censorship cases. Big Tech censorship became a hot button issue during the 2020 presidential campaign when then-President Donald Trump was selectively censored by Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.

ICE releases immigrants in Shreveport with little warning to local officials

ICE releases immigrants in Shreveport with little warning to local officials | 16 July 2021 | (Shreveport, LA) Approximately 80 Haitian immigrants were dropped off in the city Thursday by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and local officials are warning there may be more busloads to come. The influx of immigrants came in two waves to the SporTran Intermodal Terminal at Texas and Murphy streets in downtown Shreveport, according to a SporTran official who did not want to be identified. ICE confirmed the arrival of two buses. But the influx came with apparently little or no warning to City of Shreveport government and law enforcement officials. Marquel Sennet, spokeswoman for Mayor Adrian Perkins, said the city was notified the same day.

Canada's Heritage Minister says free speech online 'undermines democracy'

Canada's Heritage Minister says free speech online 'undermines democracy' | 17 July 2021 | Offensive remarks on social media are legal, but Canada's Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault says they "undermine democracy." The government is promoting the internet censorship bill C-36, which seeks to obligate social media platforms to mass censor. In a briefing, reviewed by Blacklock's Reporter, the Heritage Ministry argued for censorship of offensive Twitter messages because he says they prevent "a truly democratic debate." Under Canada's Criminal Code, so-called "hate speech" (open to interpretation) is a crime. What Bill C-36 does is make hate speech illegal even when there is no evidence of a crime.

Several injured after shooting outside Nationals Park in Washington, MLB game suspended

Several injured after shooting outside Nationals Park in Washington, MLB game suspended ] 17 July 2021 | A shooting outside Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., left several people injured and halted a Major League Baseball Game Saturday night, authorities say. The Washington Nationals posted on social media around 9:45 p.m. that a shooting was "reported outside of the Third Base Gate at Nationals Park." The tweet urged fans to leave the park using two different gates. The DC Police Department confirmed the shooting in a tweet at 10 p.m., saying two people were shot outside the park. A second tweet from the police department said two additional victims walked into local hospitals with gunshot wounds.

Three fully-vaccinated Texas Democrats who fled to Washington, D.C., test positive for coronavirus

Three fully-vaccinated Texas Democrats who fled to Washington, D.C., test positive for coronavirus | 17 July 2021 | Several of the Texas Democrats who fled the state capital to avoid voting on an election integrity bill have tested positive for the coronavirus. Three of the 60 Texas House Democrats tested positive for the virus while staying in Washington, D.C., according to Texas House Democratic Caucus leadership. The caucus says that the two other members found out about their positive test on Saturday. The members who tested positive will be forced to isolate themselves for 10 days.

Biden blasted for accusing Facebook of 'killing people' over COVID misinformation as WH partners with Big Tech

Biden blasted for accusing Facebook of 'killing people' over COVID 'misinformation' as WH partners with Big Tech | 16 July 2021 | Joe Biden sparked backlash on social media Friday after he accused Facebook of "killing people" -- as the White House's partnership with Big Tech companies to crack down on so-called coronavirus "misinformation" was raising major free-speech concerns among critics. Biden's comments went viral after a reporter asked him what his message was to "platforms like Facebook" on the subject of "COVID misinformation." "They’re killing people," Biden responded. "The only pandemic we have is among the unvaccinated, and they’re killing people."

Judge Rejects Arizona Senate's Motion to Keep Election Audit Records Private

Judge Rejects Arizona Senate's Motion to Keep Election Audit Records Private | 16 July 2021 | A judge on Thursday rejected the Arizona Senate's motion to dismiss a public records lawsuit relating to its independent full audit of ballots cast in Maricopa County in the 2020 election. The lawsuit was filed by watchdog group American Oversight and sought records of communications between Senate officials and external vendors working on the audit, including Florida-based cybersecurity firm Cyber Ninjas, a private company hired by the Arizona Senate to oversee the audit of Arizona's most populous county. It also sought documents related to the cost of the audit, donor information, and its operations. "It is difficult to conceive of a case with a more compelling public interest demanding public disclosure and public scrutiny," Judge Michael Kemp of the Arizona Superior Court in Maricopa County wrote in a seven-page ruling.

Federal Judge Declares Obama-Era DACA Program Illegal

Federal Judge Declares Obama-Era DACA Program Illegal --Order stipulates that current DACA recipients aren't affected | 16 July 2021 | A Texas federal judge on Friday ruled that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), an Obama-era policy that shields certain illegal immigrants from being deported, is unlawful and blocked new applications from being filed. U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen argued that the policy goes against the Constitution because Congress never provided the executive branch authorization to grant deportation reprieves to illegal immigrants in the United States. DACA, which was established in 2012 by President Barack Obama's administration, has granted an estimated 800,000 individuals protection. After arguing that the Department of Homeland Security violated the Administrative Procedure Act, Hanen ruled that DHS now needs to stop approving new DACA applications. 

Michigan Senate approves petition to revoke Whitmer's pandemic powers

Michigan Senate approves petition to revoke Whitmer's pandemic powers | 15 July 2021 | The GOP-led Michigan Senate on Thursday approved the Unlock Michigan campaign on a 20-15 vote, likely ending the 1945 law employed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to exercise pandemic powers for the past 16 months. The GOP said the petition is the voice of the people. Unlock Michigan submitted at least 460,000 valid signatures when they only needed about 340,000. The Unlock Michigan petition, filed in October 2020, dates back to the early COVID-19 pandemic and is veto-proof.

Nearly 11,000 Deaths After COVID Vaccines Reported to CDC, as FDA Adds New Warning to J&J Vaccine

Nearly 11,000 Deaths After COVID Vaccines Reported to CDC, as FDA Adds New Warning to J&J Vaccine --VAERS data released today by the CDC showed a total of 463,457 reports of adverse events from all age groups following COVID vaccines, including 10,991 deaths and 48,385 serious injuries between Dec. 14, 2020 and July 9, 2021. | 16 July 2021 | Data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) included 463,457 reports of injuries and deaths, across all age groups, following COVID vaccines -- an increase of more than 25,000 compared with the previous week. The data comes directly from reports submitted to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S...Reports submitted to VAERS require further investigation before a causal relationship can be confirmed.

Biden adviser Susan Rice to divest $2.7M stake in company building oil pipeline administration supported

Biden adviser Susan Rice to divest $2.7M stake in company building oil pipeline administration supported --Federal ethics watchdog ordered Rice to sell stakes in more than three dozen corporate entities worth more than $30M | 15 July 2021 | A federal ethics watchdog agency ordered Susan Rice, the director of Joe Biden's Domestic Policy Council, to sell a lucrative stake in Canadian energy firm Enbridge Inc. earlier this this month, just weeks after his administration allowed the company's hotly debated Line 3 oil pipeline to proceed. The Office of Government Ethics directed Rice to divest from more than three dozen corporate entities in which she, her husband, or a family trust held shares, due to potential conflicts of interest, according to filings dated July 9 and obtained by FOX Business. The holdings include shares of Enbridge worth more than $2.7 million on the date of the filing. In late June, Biden administration officials defended a Trump-era decision to grant permits for the Line 3 pipeline. The decision roiled environmental activists and Native American groups and came just months after Biden shuttered the Keystone oil pipeline amid similar protests. [LOL! What a corrupt, hypocritical, deep-state dirt-bag!]

'Really upsetting': Drayton, Ont., server shortchanged on tip because of vaccination status

'Really upsetting': Drayton, Ont., server shortchanged on tip because of vaccination status | 13 July 2021 | A Drayton-area server says she was shortchanged on a tip from a customer after telling them she hadn't yet received a COVID-19 vaccine. "I said, 'Once you're at your table, you can remove your masks,' and that's when he asked me if I was vaccinated, and it kind of threw me off a little bit," said server Brooke Rew. She said there were no issues with the table through the service, but the customer left behind a note on the receipt, taking issue with Rew's answer about her vaccination status. "He gave me something like four or five per cent and said he'd give me the rest when I was vaccinated," Rew explained.

More vaccine deaths last week than COVID-19 deaths - report

More vaccine deaths last week than COVID-19 deaths - report | 13 July 2021 | In a span of one week, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 vaccines reported to the government's database outnumbered the official count of deaths due to the virus. The government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, or VAERS, contains voluntary, unverified reports of adverse events following immunization with U.S.-licensed vaccines. But it's estimated that only between 1% and 10% of the adverse events that occur are reported to VAERS. The Gateway Pundit noted VAERS reported 2,043 vaccine deaths in the week prior to July 7 compared to 1,505 COVID-19 deaths.

More vaccine deaths last week than COVID-19 deaths - report

More vaccine deaths last week than COVID-19 deaths - report | 13 July 2021 | In a span of one week, the number of deaths due to COVID-19 vaccines reported to the government's database outnumbered the official count of deaths due to the virus. The government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, or VAERS, contains voluntary, unverified reports of adverse events following immunization with U.S.-licensed vaccines. But it's estimated that only between 1% and 10% of the adverse events that occur are reported to VAERS. The Gateway Pundit noted VAERS reported 2,043 vaccine deaths in the week prior to July 7 compared to 1,505 COVID-19 deaths.

House Republicans introduce bill to ban 'tyrannical' federal mask mandates

House Republicans introduce bill to ban 'tyrannical' federal mask mandates --House Republicans join with Sen. Rand Paul to ban mask mandates on public transit | 16 July 2021 | A group of House Republicans introduced legislation Friday to ban federal coronavirus mask mandates on public transportation, arguing it's time to return to pre-pandemic normalcy. Rep. Andy Biggs, the chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, shared his legislation first with Fox News that serves as the House companion bill to Sen. Rand Paul's mask mandate legislation in the Senate. "There is no scientific evidence for the continuation of mask mandates on public transportation," Biggs, R-Ariz., told Fox News in a statement. "Bottom line, mask mandates are old news, and are only being kept in place by those who relish controlling our day-to-day lives. The viral spread is collapsing and our normal lives are returning. It's time for the CDC to follow the science and end the tyrannical COVID-19 restrictions once and for all."

Maricopa County Auditors Seek Ballot Envelope Images, Splunk Logs After Discovering Discrepancies

Maricopa County Auditors Seek Ballot Envelope Images, Splunk Logs After Discovering Discrepancies | 15 July 2021 | Teams conducting a forensic audit in Arizona's largest county said on July 15 that they want more items to complete their review, which has turned up several major discrepancies. The auditors, led by Florida-based Cyber Ninjas, want ballot envelope images, router images, splunk logs, hard drives that contain information about the 2020 election in Maricopa County, and details on the county's policies and procedures as they try to complete a review that started nearly three months ago...Doug Logan, CEO of Cyber Ninjas, told senators at the Arizona State Capitol during a hearing that auditors could find no record of the county sending more than 74,000 mail-in ballots.

Parents Sue City of Washington D.C. for Vaccinating Minors Without Parental Consent

Parents Sue City of Washington D.C. for Vaccinating Minors Without Parental Consent | 14 July 2021 | A recent District of Columbia law, the D.C. Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act of 2020, allows kids aged 11 and up to get any vaccine recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), including COVID shots, without parental consent or knowledge. The bill passed the D.C. Council on a 10-3 vote last November, and was signed into law by Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) in December. It went into effect on March 19, 2021. On Monday, the Children's Health Defense (CHD) and the Parental Rights Foundation filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for D.C., seeking a court order to rule the law unconstitutional.

Vaccinated people make up almost 47% of all new Covid cases in UK

Vaccinated people make up almost 47% of all new Covid cases in UK | 15 July 2021 | Vaccinated Britons now make up almost half of Covid cases in the country, a symptom-tracking study suggested today -- but there are signs the third wave may have already peaked. King's College London scientists estimated 33,118 people were catching the virus daily in the week ending July 10, compared to 33,723 in the previous seven-day spell. But 47 per cent of cases are among those who have received at least one dose of the Covid vaccine, surging upwards from around a quarter at the start of June.

Critics slam the White House after Psaki reveals it's consulting with Facebook to 'flag misinformation'

Critics slam the White House after Psaki reveals it's consulting with Facebook to 'flag misinformation' | 15 July 2021 | Critics roundly condemned the White House after Press Secretary Jen Psaki revealed the Biden administration is working with Facebook to flag "problematic" posts that "spread disinformation" on COVID-19. On Thursday, Psaki was asked a question regarding the Biden administration’s request for tech companies to be more "aggressive" when policing what they referred to as "misinformation." Psaki revealed that the White House is "in regular touch with social media platforms" to handle it... Psaki's comments were met with fierce pushback online with some calling the actions as infringing on the First Amendment. Dan Gainor of the Media Research Center, said people being anti-vaccine is part of free speech and that Psaki is "against freedom."

AZ Audit Finds 74,000 Ballots Returned and Counted in 2020 Election with No Record of Being Sent

AZ Audit Finds 74,000 Ballots Returned and Counted in 2020 Election with No Record of Being Sent | 15 July 2021 | Audit expert Doug Logan noted that the auditors reported that there were 74,000 ballots that were received and included in the 2020 Election in Maricopa County, Arizona, that were never mailed. Logan reported this along with other issues already identified per their work. 74,243 mail-in ballots found where there is NO clear record of them ever being sent.

White House admits to 'flagging problematic posts' for Facebook, says it's necessary to fight medical 'misinformation'

White House admits to 'flagging problematic posts' for Facebook, says it's necessary to fight medical 'misinformation' | 15 July 2021 | As the Biden administration called "medical misinformation" a public health threat, the White House said it was working with social media to flag "problematic" posts. Critics called it an end-run around the First Amendment. "We're flagging problematic posts for Facebook that spread disinformation [aka truth]," White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Thursday. In addition to directing the company to censor people, the government is also working to "get trusted content [aka Big Pharma's propaganda] out there" by putting medical professionalsin touch with social media influencers. Psaki's admission came after Surgeon General Vivek Murthy issued an advisory declaring misinformation "an imminent and insidious threat to our nation's health." [Just as CLG Founder, Michael Rectenwald, argued in Google Archipelago, social media sites are extensions of the state! And they are leftist authoritarians. So much for the idiots among the libertarians and leftists who kept saying "they’re a private company they can do whatever they want." This collusion between the state and Big Tech now clearly represents the infringement of the First Amendment by the government.]

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