Trump, top Republicans call for Gen. Mark Milley's ouster over China report

Trump, top Republicans call for Gen. Mark Milley's ouster over China report | 14 Sept 2021 | Top Republicans began calling for the scalp of the nation's top military officer Tuesday over reports that he circumvented then-President Trump by reassuring China about the U.S. president and his ability to undermine him. Mr. Trump issued a statement Tuesday evening saying that Gen. Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, may have committed treason if, as reported, he told his Chinese counterpart that the U.S. wasn't planning a surprise attack and, if it were, the general himself would sabotage the assault. "If the story of 'Dumbass' General Mark Milley...is true, then I assume he would be tried for TREASON in that he would have been dealing with his Chinese counterpart behind the President’s back and telling China that he would be giving them notification 'of an attack.' Can't do that!" Mr. Trump said.

Gov. Ned Lamont will ask legislature to extend his COVID-19 emergency powers beyond Sept. 30 to February

Hell no! Gov. Ned Lamont will ask legislature to extend his COVID-19 emergency powers beyond Sept. 30 to February | 14 Sept 2021 | Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT) on Tuesday said he would ask the General Assembly to extend his emergency powers until early next year and called on legislative leaders to work with him on rules to overcome COVID-19, such as mask policies for students. The proposed sixth extension of his powers is needed, he said, because action by the General Assembly "takes too long" during a public health emergency...House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora of North Branford said a five-month extension will lead to secrecy in decision-making and "one-party rule." "We continue to express our dismay," he said. "So long as COVID exists, these emergency powers exist. They could operate for years."

Leaked Zoom Video Reveals Hospital Officials Discussing COVID-19 Scare Tactics

Leaked Zoom Video Reveals Hospital Officials Discussing COVID-19 Scare Tactics | 14 Sept 2021 | A leaked Zoom conference reveals a doctor questioning how to increase the count of COVID-19 patient numbers on the hospital's dashboard report. The media outlet National File said it obtained the recording from an "internal source" at the Novant Health System that includes New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, North Carolina. National File posted the video on its Twitter feed on Sept. 10. National File and other local media outlets that reported on the leak identified the people in the video as Mary Kathryn Rudyk, a physician at the medical center, who is asking Carolyn Fisher, the hospital's director of marketing, how to inflate the number of people classified as COVID-19 patients for the purpose of generating fear in the unvaccinated.

States Gear Up for Legal Fight Over Vaccine Mandate

States Gear Up for Legal Fight Over Vaccine Mandate --So far 27 states have voiced opposition to federal vaccine mandate, which governors say infringes on personal liberty | 14 Sept 2021 | Nearly all Republican-led states have voiced opposition to the vaccine mandate announced by Joe Biden last week. Many of them have vowed to fight the mandate in court, but held back on voicing specific legal strategies as details of the Biden administration's policy remain unknown...Governors and attorneys general in at least 27 states, all Republicans, made comments in opposition to the mandate. They all generally support vaccinations and some of them even support vaccine mandates in private businesses. However, they largely oppose the notion that businesses should be forced to require vaccination, especially by the federal government.

14 Israelis infected with COVID despite third vaccine dose - report

14 Israelis infected with COVID despite third vaccine dose - report --Nine days after Israel kicked off campaign for third vaccine dose, Health Ministry statistics reveal two people hospitalized despite booster shot | 8 Aug 2021 | More than a dozen Israelis who have been vaccinated three times against SARS-CoV-2 have been diagnosed with the virus in spite of the vaccines, according to a new report Sunday evening. According to data from Israel's Health Ministry which was published in a report by Channel 12 Sunday evening, fourteen people who have received a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine were diagnosed with the coronavirus at least seven days after receiving the third dose. Two of the 14 people who were diagnosed with COVID at least a week after receiving the booster shot have been hospitalized as a result of their COVID infections.

DeSantis slams Biden for ignoring 'natural immunity' in vaccine mandates

DeSantis slams Biden for ignoring 'natural immunity' in vaccine mandates --GOP governor said mandates 'not about science,' but 'government power' and 'control' | 13 Sept 2021 | Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday slammed President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandates as "not following science" on the natural immunity people acquire from already being infected. "These mandates, this is not about science," the Republican governor said during a press conference in Alachua County. "Because if it was about science, you would recognize the infection conferred immunity." "Every single credible study always shows that it [natural immunity] provides good protection," he continued. "So I don't support mandates at all, but if you're doing mandate based off this, if you were really following science, you would acknowledge this natural immunity. And instead they ignore it...It's really about using government power, control to mandate, much more than it is about the underlying medical issues that are involved."

Gov. Lamont eyeing digital COVID-19 vaccine passport system in Connecticut for admission to entertainment venues, restaurants that require proof

Gov. Lamont eyeing digital COVID-19 vaccine passport system in Connecticut for admission to entertainment venues, restaurants that require proof | 13 Sept 2021 | Gov. Ned Lamont (D) on Monday floated the idea of Connecticut implementing a digital COVID-19 vaccine passport similar to the one incorporated recently in New York to ease admission to venues where vaccination is required. In Connecticut, that decision has been left up to the venues. Several entertainment venues, including The Bushnell and Hartford Stage, have announced proof of vaccination will be required for admission this fall, and while most restaurants have not imposed a vaccine mandate, at least one, BAR New Haven, is requiring either vaccination or a negative test. Max Reiss, a spokesperson for Lamont, said the governor doesn’t plan to require proof of vaccination for access to indoor spaces like in New York City, just to make it more convenient for private businesses to do so if they choose.

Kamala Harris questioned after announcing steps for 'protecting the vaccinated': 'Doesn't the vax do that?'

Kamala Harris questioned after announcing steps for 'protecting the vaccinated': 'Doesn't the vax do that?' --'Protecting the vaccinated' is an odd argument since the vaccinated are already, you know, vaccinated,' Joe Concha responded. | 13 Sept 2021 | Kamala Harris raised eyebrows on Sunday with her tweet urging Americans to help protect already vaccinated people in order to end the COVID-19 pandemic. "By vaccinating the unvaccinated, increasing our testing and masking, and protecting the vaccinated, we can end this pandemic. That’s exactly what we are committed to doing," Harris tweeted... Harris's tweet was met with criticism and confusion. "'Protecting the vaccinated' is an odd argument since the vaccinated are already, you know, vaccinated..." Fox News contributor Joe Concha responded. Former Trump administration staffer Kyle Hooten asked, "Why do you need to protect the vaccinated? Doesn't the vax do that?"

Russia shares America's grief over 9/11 attacks and is ready to partner with Washington to fight terror, Moscow's ambassador says

Russia shares America's grief over 9/11 attacks and is ready to partner with Washington to fight terror, Moscow's ambassador says | 12 Sept 2021 | The Russian Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov sent a message to those attending a memorial event for the victims of 9/11 at the Tear of Grief memorial, adding that sorrow over the tragic loss of life is shared by both nations. Numerous memorial events have been held over the weekend marking the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that left nearly 3,000 dead and spurred the military effort in Afghanistan, which only recently came to an end. On Sunday, an event was held in New Jersey at the Tear of Grief monument, which was created by Russian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli. First responders from the area and New York attended, as well as Russian Consulate General employees from New York, and numerous others. Antonov shared a message with those attending, saying Russia has felt "solidarity" with US grief over that day for the last 20 years. "Russian President Vladimir Putin was the first world leader to call his American colleague, George W. Bush, after those terrorist attacks," the ambassador said, noting that among the victims of 9/11, some were "Russians and immigrants from the former USSR."

Fauci says he would support vaccine requirements for air travel

Fauci says he would support vaccine requirements for air travel | 12 Sept 2021 | Anthony Fauci said in a new interview that he would support vaccine requirements for air travel. "I would support that, if you want to get on a plane and travel with other people that you should be vaccinated," Fauci said during an interview with theSkimm's "Skimm This" podcast, which was taped Friday and is set to be released Thursday. Fauci's backing of a travel vaccine mandate comes after Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) introduced a bill on Thursday that calls for all airline and train passengers in the U.S. to show proof of vaccination or a present negative COVID-19 test in order to travel. The legislation, dubbed the Safe Travel Act, advocates for all travelers on Amtrak and commercial airlines to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or provide a negative coronavirus test taken within 72 hours of traveling.

More than a thousand 9/11 memorials across the country honor victims, first responders

More than a thousand 9/11 memorials across the country honor victims, first responders --The majority of 9/11 memorials are in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut | 11 Sept 2021 | More than a thousand 9/11 memorials across the country currently honor the 2,977 people killed in New York City, Washington D.C., and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, 20 years ago. The majority of those memorials are in the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area, as some 500 people who resided on Long Island and commuted into Manhattan's World Trade Center perished on Sept. 11, 2001. After New York, New Jersey lost the second most amount of people -- counting 746 residents who died. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum's registry counts at least 1,190 memorials in place in the U.S., including at least 347 in New York and at least 41 in Connecticut.

Union leaders taking de Blasio's vaccine mandate for DOE staffers to court

Union leaders taking de Blasio's vaccine mandate for DOE staffers to court | 23 Aug 2021 | Union leaders representing 350,000 city workers plan to file a legal action to stop Mayor de Blasio from implementing a vaccine mandate for Department of Education employees without their input. "Many of the unions support and urge their members to be vaccinated. However, the city is required to collectively bargain the steps to be taken for implementing this policy" said Harry Nespoli, chair of the Municipal Labor Committee. His group is filing an unfair labor practices complaint over the new directive.

Outrage over George W. Bush 9/11 Speech Attacking American 'Extremists'

Outrage over George W. Bush 9/11 Speech Attacking American 'Extremists' - 'Americans Are the New Terrorists' | 12 Sept 2021 | Many media and political figures expressed outrage online after George W. Bush appeared to use his speech commemorating the 20th anniversary of 9/11 to compare January 6 Capitol protesters to the Islamic terrorists [and unindicted 9/11 co-conspirators, Bush-Cheney] who viciously attacked America, killing nearly three thousands innocents and wounding more than double that number. Speaking at the 9/11 memorial service for Flight 93 in Pennsylvania, Bush recalled the September 11 attacks while warning of future terrorist threats to the United States. "We have seen growing evidence that the dangers to our country can come not only across borders but from violence that gathers within," he said. Alluding to American citizens who stormed Capitol Hill to protest the 2020 election, Bush stated: "There is little cultural overlap between violent extremists abroad and violent extremists at home. But in it's disdainful pluralism, in their disregard for human life, in their determination to defile national symbols, they are children of the same foul spirit and it is our continuing duty to confront them." In response to the comparison, many took to Twitter to express outrage.

Kentucky Health Care Workers Refused to Comply With Vaccine Mandate, Forced Hospital to Fire Them

Kentucky Health Care Workers Refused to Comply With Vaccine Mandate, Forced Hospital to Fire Them | 12 Sept 2021 | Health care workers at Kentucky’s Med Center in Bowling Green refused to comply with the vaccine mandate or turn in their resignation. Instead, two workers showed up and refused to leave until someone told them that they are fired. The Med Center was the target of protests last month when they became one of the largest hospitals in the country to impose a vaccine mandate on their employees. On August 18, over 100 community members and health care workers demonstrated outside the campus holding signs with slogans such as, "my body my choice" and "medical freedom." Leadership at the hospital had until August 9 to get vaccinated and all other employees had until September 1.

Biden to Announce Even More COVID-19 Measures This Week - Surgeon General

Biden to Announce Even More COVID-19 Measures This Week - Surgeon General | 12 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden will announce more COVID-19 measures before the U.N. General Assembly meets this week, according to U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy. Speaking to CNN on Sept. 12, Murthy didn't say what new measures would be announced by Biden... "There will be more actions that we continue to work on, especially in the global front," he said. The next session for the U.N. General Assembly starts Sept. 14 in New York, and the first day of general debate begins the following week. It's not clear why Murthy tied new COVID-19 measures with the U.N. meeting.

NY Hospital Will Stop Delivering Babies as Maternity Workers Resign Over Vaccine Mandate

NY Hospital Will Stop Delivering Babies as Maternity Workers Resign Over Vaccine Mandate | 12 Sept 2021 | A hospital in Upstate New York won't have the capacity to deliver babies after six employees in its maternity ward resigned instead of taking the COVID-19 vaccine as part of an executive order handed down by former Gov. Andrew Cuomo several weeks ago. Lewis County General Hospital in Lowville said that it will work with state officials to ensure that the maternity unit doesn't shut down permanently, officials said, reported WWNY-TV. Six employees who were employed in the unit resigned, while seven more who are apparently not vaccinated are undecided, Lewis County Health System Chief Executive Officer Gerald Cayer said. Due to the staffing shortage, the hospital won't be able to deliver newborns, Cayer said.

England vaccine passport plans ditched, Sajid Javid says

England vaccine passport plans ditched, Sajid Javid says | 12 Sept 2021 | Plans to introduce vaccine passports for access into nightclubs and large events in England will not go ahead, the health secretary has said. Sajid Javid told the BBC: "We shouldn't be doing things for the sake of it." It was thought the plan, which came under criticism from venues and some MPs, would be introduced at the end of this month. Just a week ago, the vaccines minister had defended the scheme as the "best way" to keep the night industry open...The Night Time Industries Association had said the plans could have crippled the industry and led to nightclubs facing discrimination cases.

Three studies published by the CDC, UK government, and Oxford University find the Covid-19 vaccines do not work

Three studies published by the CDC, UK government, and Oxford University find the Covid-19 vaccines do not work | 12 Sept 2021 | A graduate of Yale University who also obtained a PHD at Princeton University and an MD degree from the John Hopkins University School of Medicine has published a paper in which she concludes that mandating the public to take a vaccine is a harmful and damaging act because of excellent scientific research papers which clearly demonstrate the vaccines do not prevent infection or transmission of Covid-19... Nina Pierpont (MD, PhD) published a paper on September 9 analysing various studies that were published in August 2021 which prove the alleged Delta Covid-19 variant is evading the current Covid-19 injections on offer and therefore do not prevent infection or transmission of Covid-19... Nine Pierpont (MD, PhD) cites three studies whose findings and data support her conclusions and these include a study published August 6, 2021, in the Centre for Disease Control's (CDC) 'Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report', another study published August 10, 2021, by Oxford University, and a final study published August 24, 2021, which was funded by the UK Department for Health and Social Care.

Sydney doctor who criticized medical censorship online is suspended from practicing medicine

Sydney doctor who criticized medical censorship online is suspended from practicing medicine --Dr. Paul Oosterhuis was asked to attend an 'immediate action panel' on September 3rd and the anesthetist was questioned by the Medical Council of New South Wales (MCNSW). | 11 Sept 2021 | On social media, a Sydney doctor questioned whether vaccines and lockdowns would be effective in ending the pandemic while also scrutinizing how medical authorities were handling treatment. As a result of his postings, New South Wales medical authorities have taken action against Dr. Paul Oosterhuis by suspending him. Oosterhuis's social media activities have garnered at least two anonymous complaints to the medical council, the group confirmed on September 2nd. "Over the last 18 months, I have been increasingly concerned about the misinformation and censorship creeping into science and medicine," the doctor had stated. Oosterhuis recommended that medical authorities advise COVID-19 patients to take vitamin D and zinc and to treat them with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. He called the lockdowns "totalitarian" and causing "massive damage to society-wide."

Trump Makes Surprise Visit to NYPD and FDNY on 9/11 Anniversary, Hints 2024 Presidential Run

Trump Makes Surprise Visit to NYPD and FDNY on 9/11 Anniversary, Hints 2024 Presidential Run | 11 Sept 2021 | Former President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) and New York City Police Department (NYPD) on the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11. "It's a sad day, it's a very sad day for a lot of reasons," Trump told reporters. He went on to criticize Joe Biden's pullout from Afghanistan, saying that it hasn't been covered properly by the media and that he felt it was very disappointing... An NYPD officer then asked him if he planned to run for president in 2024. “Oh, that’s a tough question,” he answered, amid some laughter. “Actually for me it’s an easy question. I know what I’m going to do, but we’re not supposed to be talking about it yet, from the standpoint of campaign finance laws, which frankly are ridiculous,” Trump said.

Postal Service Unions Spent Big on Biden. Now They're Exempted From the Federal Vaccine Mandate

Postal Service Unions Spent Big on Biden. Now They're Exempted From the Federal Vaccine Mandate | 10 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal workers will exempt United States Postal Service (USPS) employees who pumped millions of dollars into the 2020 election campaign. A USPS spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon that Biden's mandate, announced Thursday, will not apply to the nearly 500,000 workers who deliver mail to American residents each day. The postal service's status as an independent agency frees it from the purview of the executive order. The exempted workers happen to be members of two of the most influential government workers unions in the country. The American Postal Workers Union and National Association of Letter Carriers spent about $3 million on the 2020 elections, with nearly all of the money going to boost Biden and other Democrats, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

White House requests language change to allow Afghan refugees to collect welfare

White House requests language change to allow Afghan refugees to collect welfare | 10 Sept 2021 | As thousands of Afghan migrants are being processed and transferred to the United States, the White House is requesting Congress make welfare benefits available to Afghan nationals paroled into the nation. During the chaotic US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan as the Taliban took over the nation, US troops helped evacuate more than 116,000 people from Kabul, including 6,000 Americans. This week, the White House asked Congress for $6.4 billion in funds to help resettle the Afghan evacuees.

DC police: 2 briefly detained near National Mall after 'suspicious vehicle' spotted

DC police: 2 briefly detained near National Mall after 'suspicious vehicle' spotted --Two individuals were detained but later released | 11 Sept 2021 | Police in Washington, D.C. detained two people following reports of a suspicious vehicle near the Tidal Basin on the National Mall. On Saturday, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the Metro Police Department confirmed to Fox News they were assisting the U.S. Park Police near the Tidal Basin conducting a sweep of a suspicious vehicle and one individual has been detained.

Biden Pulls His Mask Down to Shout at Someone at 9/11 Memorial

Biden Pulls His Mask Down to Shout at Someone at 9/11 Memorial | 11 Sept 2021 | Joe and Jill Biden attended the 9/11 memorial Saturday morning to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Islamic [/Bush-Cheney] terror attack that killed nearly 3,000 Americans. Biden, Clinton, Bush and Obama (swamp) were all together at the memorial in lower Manhattan. Getty captured Biden taking off his mask to shout at someone in the crowd.

Members of Congress and Their Staff Are Exempt From Biden's Vaccine Mandate

Members of Congress and Their Staff Are Exempt From Biden's Vaccine Mandate [Ditto illegal immigrants, another Biden protected species.] | 10 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden's new vaccine mandates for federal employees don't apply to members of Congress or those who work for Congress or the federal court system. Biden issued two executive orders on Thursday requiring vaccination against COVID for federal workers and contractors who work for the federal government. He also asked the Department of Labor to issue an emergency order requiring businesses with more than 100 employees to ensure their workers are vaccinated or tested on a weekly basis. However, Biden's order on federal workers applies to employees of the executive branch. The House of Representatives and the Senate belong to the separate legislative branch, and the courts to the judicial branch of the federal government.

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US drone strike in Kabul killed aid worker, not ISIS terrorist, NYT investigation shows

US drone strike in Kabul killed aid worker, not ISIS terrorist, NYT investigation shows | 11 Sept 2021 | A new investigation claims that a US drone strike in Kabul did not take out a dangerous terrorist driving a car bomb, but an innocent Afghan aid worker employed by an American NGO, and the children who came to greet him. The Pentagon's official version said that the August 29 drone strike targeted a white Toyota belonging to Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K), a terrorist group that took credit for the killing of 13 US troops and 170-plus Afghan civilians at the Kabul airport several days prior. Multiple officials [lied and] claimed that "secondary explosions" proved the car was rigged with explosives. A New York Times visual investigation published Friday, however, found no traces of secondary explosions, only the fragments of a Hellfire missile that killed Zemari Ahmadi and seven children.

US halts inbound Afghan evacuee flights after measles outbreak

US halts inbound Afghan evacuee flights after measles outbreak | 10 Sept 2021 | All flights into the United States carrying Afghanistan evacuees have been halted in the wake of a measles outbreak. The flights from two main airbases in Germany and Qatar were temporarily paused after four Afghans who recently arrived in the US were diagnosed with measles, White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed Friday. The decision to stop the flights was based on a recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Pskai said. The four people are currently in isolation and the CDC is in the process of contact tracing.

Psaki stands by having employer vaccine mandate while illegal immigrants get a pass

Psaki stands by having employer vaccine mandate while illegal immigrants get a pass --Thirty percent of migrants at US detention centers are refusing to be vaccinated | 10 Sept 2021 | White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dismissed a question from Fox News's Peter Doocy on why American businesses with 100 or more employees are required to vaccinate workers but migrants at the southern border are not required to vaccinate... Doocy then pressed Psaki again saying, "Vaccines are required for "people at a business with more than 100 people. It is not a requirement for migrants at the border. Why?" "That's correct," Psaki responded. About 30% of immigrants held at federal detention facilities are refusing to be vaccinated, and they have the option to refuse.

White House to withdraw controversial ATF nominee David Chipman

White House to withdraw controversial ATF nominee David Chipman --Chipman is second major nominee withdrawn by Biden, after former OMB pick Neera Tanden stalled | 9 Sept 2021 | The White House is withdrawing the nomination of David Chipman to run the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco (ATF) and Firearms, Fox News has confirmed. Chipman, who had a history of caustic comments about gun owners and worked for gun control groups for years after his career as an ATF agent, was staunchly opposed by Republicans. But he struggled to gain the support of several Democrats, who never explicitly opposed Chipman's nomination but also never publicly supported him either... The Washington Post first reported the development, which several Republicans who led the fight against Chipman's nomination welcomed.

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