Massachusetts university hosts segregated 'processing' spaces for responding to Rittenhouse verdict

Massachusetts university hosts segregated 'processing' spaces for responding to Rittenhouse verdict --The optional 'processing' groups were segregated by race | 21 Nov 2021 | Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts hosted several "processing" spaces segregated by race in response to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdict, which found Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges. The Fitchburg State University Center for Diversity & Inclusiveness announced the "processing" spaces were announced in an email to campus community members, which also erroneously stated that Jacob Blake was killed. "The Center for Diversity and Inclusiveness is creating space for our community to process the ’not guilty' on all accounts verdict in the Kenosha, Wisconsin case where Kyle Rittenhouse, an Illinois native shot and killed two people protesting the wrongful death of Jacob Blake in 2020. Kyle was acquitted of all charges in the case after driving to Wisconsin with an automatic rifle," the email read.

Multiple people injured after car plows into crowd at Wisconsin Christmas parade

Multiple people injured after car plows into crowd at Wisconsin Christmas parade - police recover vehicle and 'are aware of a person of interest' --One person died and at least 30 were reportedly injured after red SUV sped through and plowed into holiday parade --There were unconfirmed reports of the driver also firing gunshots as he plowed into parade-goers on Sunday --Police said they have recovered the suspect's vehicle and they are looking for a person of interest --Waukesha Police Department asked residents downtown to shelter in place 'within a half-mile radius' | 21 Nov 2021 | A car traveling at high speed plowed into a holiday parade in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin, killing one person and leaving at least 30 people injured, among them several elderly women who were part of a 'Dancing Grannies' float and members of a schoolgirls' dance team, according to reports. Terrifying video posted to social media shows a speeding red SUV collide into a group of people marching in the middle of the street during the annual holiday parade in Waukesha, some 20 miles west of downtown Milwaukee. Another video shows the speeding SUV narrowly miss a young girl who was dancing in the street as the out-of-control vehicle drove by just feet away. There were also unconfirmed reports of shots fired.

Police officer fired for donating to Rittenhouse defense roars back after not-guilty verdict, wants job back

Police officer fired for donating to Rittenhouse defense roars back after not-guilty verdict, wants job back | 21 Nov 2021 | The Virginia police officer who abruptly lost his job after it was revealed he donated to Kyle Rittenhouse's defense fund wants his job back after a jury concluded that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense and declared him not guilty of murder. Norfolk Police Lt. William Kelly was fired in April after the Guardian revealed the names of police officers and other public officials who donated to Rittenhouse's legal defense fund. Kelly reportedly donated $25, and used his department-issued email address while making the donation... In terminating Kelly, Norfolk city manager Chip Filer said, "His egregious comments erode the trust between the Norfolk Police Department and those they are sworn to serve."

Violent protests break out in Europe over vaccine mandates, lockdowns

Violent protests break out in Europe over vaccine mandates, lockdowns | 21 Nov 2021 | Violent protests have broken out against [tyrannical] COVID-19 vaccine mandates and lockdowns across Europe amid new tough rules to curb winter waves of the virus freedom. Demonstrators angry about the new measures gathered in Austria, Croatia, Italy, Northern Ireland, the French territory of Guadeloupe and the Netherlands to protest the moves. In the Netherlands, a second night of riots broke out Saturday over a partial lockdown, one day after police opened fire on people protesting the rules in Rotterdam. Protesters hurled fireworks at police and set fire to bicycles in The Hague, as cops used horses, dogs and batons to chase the crowds away, the BBC reported.

Navy Shipbuilding Contractor Suspends Vaccine Mandate After Workers Threaten to Leave

Navy Shipbuilding Contractor Suspends Vaccine Mandate After Workers Threaten to Leave | 21 Nov 2021 | A Navy shipbuilding company has ended its vaccine mandate after workers threatened to quit and the Navy confirmed it did not require the mandate. Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), the parent company of Newport News Shipbuilding, is the world’s only manufacturer of the U.S. Navy’s nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. The company also serves as just one of two manufacturers of Virginia and Columbia Class submarines, employing more than 25,000 workers in Virginia. Newport had previously announced plans to require all 25,000 of its workers to be fully vaccinated by Dec. 8. The deadline was later moved to Jan. 4, to allow additional time.The deadline has now been "suspended," with the requirement ended.

DeSantis bill signed in Brandon forces companies to slam brakes on COVID vaccine mandates

DeSantis bill signed in Brandon forces companies to slam brakes on COVID vaccine mandates --Florida lawyer representing health care workers called the vaccine guidelines a 'temporary victory' | 21 Nov 2021 | Recent legislation signed into law by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is forcing companies to slam the brakes on coronavirus vaccine mandates for employees. "It appears at this point, the hospital is calling their staff back into work," Florida attorney Greg Crosslin told WJHG of Ascension St. Vincent's Hospital calling for their staff to return to work after they were terminated for not getting the vaccine. DeSantis signed multiple bills regarding vaccine mandates on Thursday during Florida's special legislative session. Under one of the bills, private employers must give workers the option of opting out of the vaccine mandate, including medical and religious exemptions.

Here We Go: Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook for Securities Fraud, Alleging the Company Misled Investors

Here We Go: Ohio Attorney General Sues Facebook for Securities Fraud, Alleging the Company Misled Investors | 18 Nov 2021 | Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced on Monday that he has filed a lawsuit against Facebook, claiming the company misled and deceived investors in an effort to boost the price of its stock. Yost, a Republican, filed the lawsuit on behalf of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS), which has invested millions in Facebook stock. Also named as defendants are Facebook executives Mark Zuckerberg, David M. Wehner, and Nick Clegg. The multi-pronged lawsuit alleges "from April 29 through Oct. 21, 2021 Facebook and its senior executives violated federal securities laws by purposely misleading the public about the negative effects its products have on the health and well-being of children and the steps the company has taken to protect the public," and by inflating its user numbers, thus defrauding investors.

CEO of American Trucking Association Reveals 37 Percent of Truckers Will Not Comply With Vaccine Mandate - the Consequences Would Collapse Supply Chains and Civic Society

CEO of American Trucking Association Reveals 37 Percent of Truckers Will Not Comply With Vaccine Mandate - the Consequences Would Collapse Supply Chains and Civic Society | 17 Nov 2021 | A very interview with Chris Spear, president and CEO of the American Trucking Association, took place. During a House Transportation Committee hearing on supply chain issues, CEO Chris Spear shares an internal survey showing that 37% of truck drivers "not only said no, but said hell no" to the Biden vaccine mandates. To give some perspective of the downstream consequence, the ATA President noted "if just 3.7 percent, not 37 percent, just 3.7 percent" of the drivers left the industry, there would be over a quarter million vacancies resulting in a "catastrophic" collapse of the U.S. supply chain. Mr. Spear also shared his opinion the OSHA rule is completely unworkable and unlawful.

Wildfires torched up to a fifth of all giant sequoia trees

Wildfires torched up to a fifth of all giant sequoia trees --Wildfires last year killed 7,500 to 10,400 of giants sequoias | 20 Nov 2021 | Lightning-sparked wildfires killed thousands of giant sequoias this year, leading to a staggering two-year death toll that accounts for up to nearly a fifth of Earth's largest trees, officials said Friday. Fires in Sequoia National Park and surrounding Sequoia National Forest tore through more than a third of groves in California and torched an estimated 2,261 to 3,637 sequoias, which are the largest trees by volume. Nearby wildfires last year killed an unprecedented 7,500 to 10,400 giant sequoias that are only native in about 70 groves scattered along the western side of the Sierra Nevada range. Losses now account for 13% to 19% of the 75,000 sequoias greater than 4 feet (1.2 meters) in diameter.

Europe's lockdown fury: Violence breaks out in Vienna as 10,000 protesters take to the streets and thousands more march in Amsterdam - hours after two people are SHOT in Rotterdam during clashes between activists and Dutch riot police

Europe's lockdown fury: Violence breaks out in Vienna as 10,000 protesters take to the streets and thousands more march in Amsterdam - hours after two people are SHOT in Rotterdam during clashes between activists and Dutch riot police | 20 Nov 2021 | Violence today broke out in Vienna as 10,000 protesters took to the streets to demonstrate against a new Covid-19 lockdown and mandatory vaccinations. It comes after two people were shot and six others injured in Rotterdam last night after activists clashed with Dutch riot police in a demonstration condemned as an "orgy of violence." Demonstrations against virus measures are also expected in other European countries including Switzerland, Croatia and Italy - the latest in rising anger at the re-introduction of restrictions amid soaring cases on the continent. As the march kicked off on Vienna's Heldenplatz, thousands of protesters gathered on the massive square. About 1,300 police officers were on duty. They used loudspeakers to tell protesters masks were required, but most did not wear them.

Biden Shipped to China 1.6M Barrels of Crude From the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve in October, a Monthly Record

Biden Shipped to China 1.6M Barrels of Crude From the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve in October, a Monthly Record | 11 Nov 2021 | U.S. Already Exporting Oil From Strategic Reserve at Record Pace - About 1.6 million barrels of crude from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve -- a monthly record -- was shipped out in October, according to data from market intelligence firm Kpler. Three cargoes were loaded onto a supertanker in the U.S. Gulf Coast and are headed to Asia. "Given the ongoing pace of the current SPR release -- 12 million barrels in the last two months and the biggest weekly release so far last week at 3.1 million barrels -- it's fair to assume more SPR barrels are going to leave U.S. shores in the weeks ahead," said Matt Smith, an oil analyst at Kpler.

Three States Sue Biden Administration Over Memo That Curtails Arrests of Illegal Immigrants

Three States Sue Biden Administration Over Memo That Curtails Arrests of Illegal Immigrants | 20 Nov 2021 | The attorneys general of three states have sued Joe Biden's administration over a memorandum that ordered immigration agents not to arrest many illegal immigrants inside the United States. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, and Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, all Republicans, assert the directive from Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is "a brazen display of contempt for Congress's statutory commands." Mayorkas, a Biden nominee, wrote on Sept. 30 that being in the country illegally was not enough cause for agents to carry out an arrest. Estimates of illegal immigrants inside the United States range from 11 million to over 14 million.

Ex-New York Times reporter says paper held story about Kenosha riots until after 2020 election

Ex-New York Times reporter says paper held story about Kenosha riots until after 2020 election | 20 Nov 2021 | A former New York Times reporter claims the newspaper held her story about the ravaging effects of the Kenosha riots on impoverished neighborhoods until after the 2020 elections. Nellie Bowles went to the Wisconsin city to report on the racial justice riots in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in August 2020, according to a Thursday post on partner Bari Weiss's Substack channel Common Sense. Protests, riots and civil unrest engulfed the city for days, and the events were the backdrop of then-17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse's fatal shooting of two people. Bowles said she was sent to report on the "mainstream liberal argument" that vandalizing buildings for racial justice was not detrimental because businesses had insurance. "It turned out to be not true," Bowles wrote. "The part of Kenosha that people burned in the riots was the poor, multi-racial commercial district... It was very sad to see and to hear from people who had suffered."

COVID: Austria announces lockdown and mandatory vaccines

COVID: Austria announces lockdown and mandatory vaccines --The lockdown starts Monday and compulsory vaccines are set to begin in February. | 19 Nov 2021 | Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg announced a full lockdown in Austria at a press conference Friday. In addition, vaccinations will be mandatory from February 1 of next year. That makes Austria the first European country to introduce such a measure. Austria's nine federal states agreed to impose nationwide restrictions starting Monday... FPÖ [right-wing party] leader Herbert Kickl, who is currently suffering from a coronavirus infection, called for demonstrations on Saturday in Vienna. Thousands are expected to participate in the protests.

Jared Golden sole Democrat to vote against 'Build Back Better Act'

Jared Golden sole Democrat to vote against 'Build Back Better Act' | 19 Nov 2021 | Rep. Jared Golden (D-Maine) was the sole Democrat to vote against the [so-called] Build Back Better Act on Friday. Golden revealed his plans for voting against the massive spending bill on Thursday in a statement to the Bangor Daily News, citing tax rule changes that would likely benefit the wealthy. Golden said he felt Democrats could "do better" than what has already been included in the social spending package. However, he did not rule out voting for the bill once it made its way through the Senate. "Many of my colleagues argue this major line item is worth accepting to pass the rest of the bill," Golden said in a statement to the newspaper. "I disagree: the SALT giveaway in the Build Back Better Act is larger than the child care, pre-K, healthcare or senior care provisions of the bill."

Chip Roy to introduce bill requiring HHS to provide information on natural immunity as it relates to COVID

Chip Roy to introduce bill requiring HHS to provide information on natural immunity as it relates to COVID --Roy says the Biden administration is prioritizing 'government power over personal freedom' | 19 Nov 2021 | Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, is introducing legislation which would require the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide Congress with data relating to the effectiveness of natural immunity in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Dubbed the Natural Immunity Transparency Act, Roy's bill would require HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra to report to Congress the number of unvaccinated individuals who recovered from a COVID infection and how many of those people died, were hospitalized, tested positive again, and/or spread the virus to another person. The measure, should it pass successfully, would also require Becerra to provide Congress with information relating to those who have received the recommended number of vaccine doses and how many of those people have passed away, were hospitalized, and/or had a "breakthrough case."

Austria faces major protests over lockdown and mandatory Covid vaccines

Austria faces major protests over lockdown and mandatory Covid vaccines --Germany also considers tighter restrictions as both countries post low vaccination rates | 19 Nov 2021 | Vienna is bracing itself for massive demonstrations on Saturday against a 20-day national lockdown, imposed from next Monday in a bid to break a runaway fourth wave of Covid-19. At least 10,000 people are expected to attend a rally in the Austrian capital organised by the populist opposition Freedom Party (FPÖ). On Friday it described the new restrictions -- and plans for a Covid-19 vaccine mandate from February -- as proof that Austria "is now a dictatorship." From Monday all Austrians, regardless of vaccination status, are required to stay at home except for essential reasons such as food shopping, exercise, religious services and medical appointments.

Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted of all charges in Kenosha shootings

Breaking: Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted of all charges in Kenosha shootings | 19 Nov 2021 | Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted Friday on all charges for shootings that killed two men and injured a third during last year's violence in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Emotions have been running high in anticipation of the jury's verdict, with protests and shouting outside the courthouse and Gov. Tony Evers deploying National Guard troops to Kenosha. The case left Americans divided over whether Rittenhouse, 18, was a patriot taking a stand against lawlessness or a vigilante. The teen faced five charges, including intentional homicide in the fatal shootings of Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 26, as well as attempted homicide for wounding Gaige Grosskreutz, 27. Judge Bruce Schroeder threw out a weapons charge against Rittenhouse on a technicality over the length of the gun's barrel.

Army to Begin Forcing Out Soldiers Who Refuse COVID Vaccine, Including Guardsmen

Army to Begin Forcing Out Soldiers Who Refuse COVID Vaccine, Including Guardsmen --New policy bars unvaccinated soldiers from re-enlistment, promotions as Oklahoma governor says National Guard need not obey Biden's vax mandate. | 18 Nov 2021 | Soldiers who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine and have not requested an exemption will no longer be allowed to re-enlist or be promoted, effectively ending their military careers. The new directive applies to active-duty troops as well as reservists and National Guardsmen, including those serving in states whose governors do not require the vaccine. The Nov. 16 memo, signed by Army Secretary Christine Wormuth, says troops' service records will be flagged the day they make their final vaccine refusal, which follows a meeting with a medical professional and a secord order to get vaccinated. This flag will bar them from being promoted, reenlisting, continuing to receive enlistment bonuses, attending service-related schools, or receiving tuition assistance.

OSHA Suspends Implementation, Enforcement of Vaccine Mandate

OSHA Suspends Implementation, Enforcement of Vaccine Mandate | 18 Nov 2021 | The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says it has suspended the implementation and enforcement of the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses. The announcement came shortly after a U.S. appeals court rejected a challenge by the Biden administration on Nov. 12 and reaffirmed its decision to put on hold OSHA's mandate, which requires that businesses with 100 employees or more ensure that workers either be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4, 2022, or be tested weekly and wear a mask. The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans stated in an opinion that OSHA's mandate is "staggeringly overbroad," and ordered it to "take no steps to implement or enforce the Mandate until further court order." The court had previously issued a temporary halt to the mandate on Nov. 6, pending litigation.

Steve Bannon pleads not guilty to contempt of Congress charges

Steve Bannon pleads not guilty to contempt of Congress charges | 17 Nov 2021 | Steve Bannon, a one-time adviser and longtime ally of former President Donald Trump, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two counts of contempt of Congress, waiving an arraignment scheduled for Thursday. Bannon, who turned himself in to federal authorities on Monday, will still join his attorneys Thursday for a virtual "status conference." Bannon, 67, was indicted last week by a federal grand jury after flouting a subpoena issued by the Democrat-led House select committee investigating [sic] the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Bannon had refused to either show up to testify or hand over documents requested by the committee, citing Trump's argument that conversations between the two should be protected under "executive privilege."

Rittenhouse judge bans MSNBC from courtroom after person accused of trailing jury bus

Rittenhouse judge bans MSNBC from courtroom after person accused of trailing jury bus --Judge Bruce Schroeder briefly addressed incident under investigation by Kenosha police | 18 Nov 2021 | The Wisconsin judge presiding over the case against Kyle Rittenhouse on Thursday banned staff from MSNBC from entering the Kenosha courthouse for the remainder of the trial. In a brief statement before the court Thursday, Judge Bruce Schroeder addressed an incident in which a person who identified himself as an employee for MSNBC allegedly followed a sealed bus with blocked out windows as it left the courthouse to transport jurors to an undisclosed location. "I have instructed that no one from MSNBC news will be permitted in this building for the duration of this trial," Schroeder said. "This is a very serious matter and I don't know what the ultimate truth of it is, but absolutely it would go without much thinking that someone who is following the jury bus – that is an extremely serious matter and will be referred to the proper authorities for further action."

DeSantis bill signing interrupted by 'Lets go, Brandon!' chants

DeSantis bill signing interrupted by 'Lets go, Brandon!' chants --DeSantis signed four bills limiting COVID-19 vaccine mandates | 18 Nov 2021 | A crowd supportive of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis chanted "Let's Go, Brandon" as the governor prepared to sign a package of anti-COVID-19 vaccine mandate bills Thursday in Brandon, Florida. DeSantis signed four bills from the COVID-19 special legislative session into law, which will require private employers to allow vaccine exemptions including, but not limited to health or religious concerns; pregnancy or anticipated future pregnancy; and past recovery from COVID-19. The legislation also prevents schools from requiring students to be vaccinated, strips the surgeon general's ability to mandate vaccines, and takes steps for Florida to exit the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). "Nobody should lose their job due to heavy-handed COVID mandates and we had a responsibility to protect the livelihoods of the people of Florida," DeSantis said. The crowd chanted "Let's go, Brandon" after state Attorney General Ashley Moody celebrated the bill signing being held in her "hometown" of Brandon.

Israel Holds 'War Games' to Prepare for More Lethal Covid Strain

Israel Holds 'War Games' to Prepare for More Lethal Covid Strain --Prime Minister Naftali Bennett tweeted, "The simulation will be in the format of a war-game and is called the 'Omega Drill.'" | 11 Nov 2021 | Israel on Thursday began a nationwide drill to test its readiness in the event of an outbreak of a new, more lethal Covid-19 variant. The exercise, war-gamed over three sessions to simulate the passage of time after a potential flare-up, will test the resilience of systems that determine lockdown policies, monitor variants, offer economic support for citizens, enforce quarantines and watch border crossings.

GOP defeats Obama-endorsed candidate in deep blue city that Biden won handily in 2020

GOP defeats Obama-endorsed candidate in deep blue city that Biden won handily in 2020 --Republicans say their victory is part of a 'red wave' | 17 Nov 2021 | Endorsements from former President Obama and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn in reliably blue Columbia, South Carolina, were not enough to push the city's Democratic mayoral candidate over the finish line. Republican Daniel Rickenmann, a businessman and Columbia city council member, defeated Democrat Tameika Isaac Devine 52% to 48% on Tuesday night in Columbia, which sits in a county that Joe Biden carried by almost 40 points in 2020... Columbia has been so reliably blue over the last several years that Republicans didn’t put forth a challenger to Rickenmann's Democratic predecessor, Mayor Stephen Benjamin.

FBI, CDC investigating vials labeled 'smallpox' found in freezer in Merck lab near Philadelphia

FBI, CDC investigating vials labeled 'smallpox' found in freezer in Merck lab near Philadelphia -- There were reportedly a total of 15 "questionable vials." | 16 Nov 2021 | The FBI and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating "questionable vials" labeled "smallpox" and found in a freezer last night at a Merck facility outside Philadelphia, according to an alert sent to Department of Homeland Security leadership on Tuesday night. There were reportedly a total of 15 questionable vials, according to the unclassified "For Official Use Only" alert, a copy of which was obtained by Yahoo News. Five of the vials were labeled as "smallpox" and 10 were labeled as "vaccinia." ...The discovery of the vials prompted a lockdown of the facility, which has since been lifted. The FBI and CDC launched investigations, which remain ongoing. [See: CLG's recent lead story: Bill Gates warns of smallpox bioterror attacks and urges world leaders to use 'germ games' to prepare --Gates said that the US and the UK will have to spend "tens of billions" on research and development (R&D) to prepare for the next pandemic. | 6 Nov 2021 | The founder of Microsoft has warned of bioterrorist attacks and has urged world leaders to use "germ games" to prepare for them. Bill Gates said governments must get ready for [his] future pandemics and smallpox terror attacks by investing billions in research and development.]

Bank of America Initiates Pilot Program Separating Vaccinated From Unvaccinated Employees

Bank of America Initiates Pilot Program Separating Vaccinated From Unvaccinated Employees | 18 Nov 2021 | A source who works with Bank of America has disclosed a pilot program beginning Nov. 18 that plans to separate vaccinated from unvaccinated employees at an administration building in Jacksonville, Florida. The source, who asked to remain anonymous, told The Epoch Times that the program was initiated as a way to bring employees back to the office after a period of working remotely during the pandemic. But the plan casts a dark shadow on our potential future society, the source said. "It’s segregation," they said. "I'm blown away."

Kyle Rittenhouse prosecutors HELD BACK high-def drone footage of Kenosha shootings from defense and gave them low quality video

Kyle Rittenhouse prosecutors HELD BACK high-def drone footage of Kenosha shootings from defense and gave them low quality video - sparking them to file mistrial motion that could see teen walk free --Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger initially shared low quality drone footage from the night of the shooting with the defense --The defense claims Binger only shared the high-definition footage after evidence had closed on Saturday | 17 Nov 2021 | Prosecutors in the Kenosha shooter trial withheld evidence from the defense that was "at the center of their case," only sharing the high-definition drone video footage on which they have hung their prosecution after the trial had concluded, DailyMail.com can reveal. Assistant District Attorney Thomas Binger played the enhanced drone footage to the jury during his closing statements and claimed that it showed Rittenhouse "pointing his gun" at people -- an assertion that opened the door to the state claiming Rittenhouse provoked the violence of the night of August 25, 2020. Now, in the motion obtained by DailyMail.com, Rittenhouse's defense insist that the state only shared it with the defense after evidence had closed on Saturday, November 13.

FDA Asks Federal Judge to Grant it Until the Year 2076 to Fully Release Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Data

Oh wow. Looks like we'll find out who killed JFK before we get data on the COVID vaccine: FDA Asks Federal Judge to Grant it Until the Year 2076 to Fully Release Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine Data By Aaron Siri | 17 Nov 2021 | The FDA has asked a federal judge to make the public wait until the year 2076 to disclose all of the data and information it relied upon to license Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. That is not a typo. It wants 55 years to produce this information to the public. As explained in a prior article, the FDA repeatedly promised "full transparency" with regard to Covid-19 vaccines, including reaffirming "the FDA's commitment to transparency" when licensing Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine... [I]n September, my firm filed a lawsuit against the FDA on behalf of this group to demand this information. To date, almost three months after it licensed Pfizer's vaccine, the FDA still has not released a single page. Not one. Instead, two days ago, the FDA asked a federal judge to give it until 2076 to fully produce this information. The FDA asked the judge to let it produce the 329,000+ pages of documents Pfizer provided to the FDA to license its vaccine at the rate of 500 pages per month, which means its production would not be completed earlier than 2076.

Flu rips through University of Michigan, bringing CDC to campus to investigate spread

Flu rips through University of Michigan, bringing CDC to campus to investigate spread | 16 Nov 2021 | Influenza is sweeping the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus, with 528 cases diagnosed at the University Health Service since Oct. 6. The outbreak is so sudden and large - 313 cases were identified the week of Nov. 8 alone, and 37% of flu tests that week were positive - that it has drawn the attention of federal health leaders. A team of investigators from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be on campus this week trying to learn more about the spread of the virus and the effectiveness of this year's flu vaccine.

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