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White House to withdraw controversial ATF nominee David Chipman --Chipman is second major nominee withdrawn by Biden, after former OMB pick Neera Tanden stalled | 9 Sept 2021 | The White House is withdrawing the nomination of David Chipman to run the Bureau of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.

GOP governors rip Biden over new mandate, threaten legal action

GOP governors rip Biden over new mandate, threaten legal action | 10 Sept 2021 | Republican governors and other lawmakers blasted Joe Biden Thursday after he announced a nationwide vaccinate-or-test requirement for businesses with at least 100 employees -- an edict that could affect two-thirds of American workers. In remarks from the White House, the president said that the Labor Department will force those businesses to require staffers to get inoculated against COVID-19 or be tested weekly for the disease. Businesses that don't follow the new rule will be subject to hefty fines. South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem fired the first rhetorical shot on Twitter, writing before Biden spoke that: "South Dakota will stand up to defend freedom. @JoeBiden see you in court."

L.A. becomes the 1st major school district to mandate COVID vaccines for students, setting stage for national battle

L.A. becomes the 1st major school district to mandate COVID vaccines for students, setting stage for national battle | 9 Sept 2021 | On Thursday Los Angeles Unified School District became the first major K-12 system in the country to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for all eligible students -- a move that most Americans say they support, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll, but that will likely spark an even stronger backlash among some parents than recent school mask requirements. On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reported that "a clear majority of Los Angeles Board of Education members either favor or lean toward" such a mandate, with board president Kelly Gonez telling the paper that it would be a wise step to take "within a reasonable timeline."

Justice Dept. sues Texas over state's new abortion law

Justice Dept. sues Texas over state's new abortion law | 9 Sept 2021 | The Justice Department on Thursday sued Texas over a new state law that bans most abortions, arguing that it was enacted "in open defiance of the Constitution." [But not Biden's vaccine mandates?] The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Texas, asks a federal judge to declare that the law is invalid, "to enjoin its enforcement, and to protect the rights that Texas has violated." The Texas law, known as SB8, prohibits abortions once medical professionals can detect cardiac activity -- usually around six weeks, before some women know they're pregnant. Courts have blocked other states from imposing similar restrictions, but Texas's law differs significantly because it leaves enforcement to private citizens through civil lawsuits instead of criminal prosecutors.

100 million Americans affected: Biden to mandate all employers with over 100 workers to require Covid jab or weekly tests

100 million Americans affected: Biden to mandate all employers with over 100 workers to require Covid jab or weekly tests | 9 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden will instruct all employers with more than 100 workers to force their staff to get vaccinated or to submit to weekly Covid-19 tests. Companies refusing will face stiff fines. The new order, revealed by the White House on Thursday ahead of a speech by Biden, will affect roughly 100 million American workers. Earlier, White House officials told the media that Biden has also signed an executive order making vaccination obligatory for all 2.5 million federal employees and other outside contractors, with no option for testing as an alternative. "This is not about freedom, or personal choice," [!] Biden said in his address to the nation on Thursday afternoon. Americans are "angry" and "frustrated" with some 80 million who haven't been vaccinated, Biden said, adding that his plan aims to "reduce the number of unvaccinated Americans."

'Time to resist': Republicans denounce Biden vax mandate as 'absolutely unconstitutional,' claim he has 'ZERO' authority to do it

'Time to resist': Republicans denounce Biden vax mandate as 'absolutely unconstitutional,' claim he has 'ZERO' authority to do it | 9 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden's just-announced plan to force Covid-19 vaccinations by having federal regulators mandate it for businesses under threat of fines is already being denounced as illegal by critics, who are urging resistance... Republican lawmakers and pundits immediately denounced it as "illegal" and "unconstitutional," with some urging private companies to resist and rebel. "This is absolutely unconstitutional," tweeted Representative Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky). "OSHA has no more authority to enforce this (there's no statutory authorization) than CDC had to issue the eviction moratorium. Which is to say they both have ZERO authority to do these things. Congress makes the laws in a constitutional republic."

Larry Elder says 'racial epithets' were yelled during egg attack, calls out liberal silence

Larry Elder says 'racial epithets' were yelled during egg attack, calls out liberal silence --Elder said the left would be 'screaming about systemic racism' if he were 'a liberal' | 9 Sept 2021 | California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder said "racial epithets" were yelled at him while he was being egged by a person in a gorilla mask and called out the deafening silence from liberals. The Republican candidate told Fox News in a phone interview that the racist phrases were screamed at him during the attack, in which a White woman wearing a gorilla mask threw an egg at him. "One person said to the effect of, 'Larry Elder doesn't give a blank about Black people; Larry Elder only cares about White people,'" Elder said. "I will tell you: 6.5% of the population of California is Black, but according to a [Department of Housing and Urban Development] study, 40% of the homeless population is Black."

Biden plan for forced vaccinations doesn't include illegal immigrants

Biden plan for forced vaccinations doesn't include illegal immigrants [Of course!] --About 30% of illegal immigrants detained at the border refuse to be vaccinated | 9 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden announced a sweeping plan that could force millions of unvaccinated Americans to get the COVID-19 shot but left out mandating the vaccine for illegal immigrants crossing the border. Biden announced Thursday that all employers with more than 100 employees will be forced to either require their employees get vaccinated against COVID-19 or mandate weekly testing for the virus. He also announced that the remaining 17 million healthcare workers employed in facilities that receive federal Medicare or Medicaid also will have to be fully vaccinated. Together, the two groups represent about 100 million Americans.

UK health secretary confirms 12-15-year-olds could be vaccinated against parents' will

UK health secretary confirms 12-15-year-olds could be vaccinated against parents' will | 9 Sept 2021 | The U.K. Health Secretary has confirmed that adolescents aged 12-15 will be able to override parental consent in order to receive COVID jabs, echoing a statement made on Sunday by the British Minister for Covid Vaccine Deployment. U.K. Health Secretary Sajid Javid told Sky News on Wednesday that in case children aged 12-15 wish to receive the COVID-19 vaccine against their parents' will, they will be able to do so, provided they are deemed "competent enough to make that decision." This comes just a few days after the British Minister for Covid Vaccine Deployment, Nadhim Zahawi, 54, gave conflicting statements on parental consent for the vaccination of 12-15-year-olds.

Creepy Australian Officials Start Using 'New World Order' as a Talking Point

Creepy Australian Officials Start Using 'New World Order' as a Talking Point | 9 Sept 2021 | Two senior medical officers have, shockingly, said out loud what a lot of ordinary people already noticed: Australia is sliding inexorably toward a "New World Order." New South Wales (NSW) Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant used the sinister phrase during a Thursday press conference, in response to a question about reopening after the interminable lockdowns imposed by various Australian states. Chant replied: "We will be looking at what contact tracing looks like in the New World Order and yes, it will be in pubs and clubs and other things…" The clip has already had over one million views, causing Twitter to issue a Snopes-style fact-check correction, headlined "Unfounded claims about the 'New World Order' conspiracy theory are shared after an Australian governmental official used the expression during a press conference on Thursday." Twitter goes on to libsplain that there is nothing remotely dubious about this perfectly innocent phrase.

Australian authorities now confiscating alcohol to 'limit number of drinks' residents in lockdown can have

Australian authorities now confiscating alcohol to 'limit number of drinks' residents in lockdown can have | 9 Sept 2021 | Authoritarian measures under the guise of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to be implemented by Australian authorities and now include the limiting of alcoholic beverages to residents of locked-down apartment complexes in New South Wales (NSW). According to news.com.au, the complexes have been placed under lockdown by NSW Health authorities, who are now monitoring and policing alcohol deliveries "as part of a policy to limit the number of drinks being consumed each day." The crackdown has been met with complaints by residents of the complexes who say that Aussie health authorities are searching care packages sent to them by relatives before allowing them to be delivered. "They are searching all bags and things coming into the building...They confiscated a series of gifts. So things like bottles of spirits, we weren't allowed to have those and we still (aren't)," Common Ground resident Robin Elhaj told the national news outlet.

Mandatory COVID Testing for Unvaccinated DoD Civilian Workers to Start This Fall

Mandatory COVID Testing for Unvaccinated DoD Civilian Workers to Start This Fall | 8 Sept 2021 | The Pentagon will begin regular mandatory COVID-19 testing of unvaccinated civilian workers this fall, its next step in fighting the disease after requiring troops to get the shots, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks said Wednesday. Hicks said the department is adding stricter monitoring of its massive workforce of about 700,000 civilians, and also is considering how to deal with contractors, after Joe Biden announced in July his intention to test all federal employees. Civilian employees will be required to provide an "attestation of testing," meaning they must supply proof of vaccination, or undergo testing to monitor for the disease.

State Dept. Order ‘Blocks’ Private Flights for Americans Conducting Unauthorized Rescue Missions to Afghanistan - Report

State Dept. Order ‘Blocks’ Private Flights for Americans Conducting Unauthorized Rescue Missions to Afghanistan - Report | 28 Aug 2021 | Update: "The Federal Aviation Administration said on Monday that the airport was now without air-traffic control and civilian aircraft were barred from landing in Afghanistan without prior approval," the Wall Street Journal reported. The Biden administration has issued orders that will make the unauthorized rescue and extraction missions to get Americans and Afghan allies out of country significantly more difficult. Amid widespread reports of rescue efforts from groups like Task Force Pineapple, Task Force Dunkirk, and Team America, the U.S. State Department has issued an advisory to nations surrounding Afghanistan to deny support to aircraft conducting such operations in Afghanistan. "Now being told that State Dept. is telling nations surrounding Afghanistan not to allow private jets handling the private extractions to land and/or refuel," John Cardillo reported. "This is inexplicable and evil."

Tucson Pauses COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate After Arizona Attorney General Deems It Illegal

Tucson Pauses COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate After Arizona Attorney General Deems It Illegal | 8 Sept 2021 | The city of Tucson, Arizona, has paused a mandate that ordered employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine or face five days of suspension and other discipline. The state's attorney general, Mark Brnovich, said on Sept. 7 that the mandate, imposed last month, is illegal because it violates an executive order by Gov. Doug Ducey earlier this year, in addition to a state law that is set to go into effect later this month. Brnovich warned Tucson officials that unless the mandate was rescinded, he would proceed with directing the state treasurer to withhold the city's portion of state shared revenue until officials halted the policy. The revenue for the current fiscal year was estimated at more than $175 million by the Arizona League of Cities and Towns.

DHS Labels Those Questioning COVID Shots 'Domestic Violent Extremists'

DHS Labels Those Questioning COVID Shots 'Domestic Violent Extremists' | 19 Aug 2021 | The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently issued a new National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) Bulletin implying that if Americans question and challenge the COVID shot mandates, they are now considered potential "Domestic Violent Extremists" (DVE). However, the "terrorism alert"...barely mentions al-Qaida [al-CIAduh]. The Secretary of Homeland Security made an alarming announcement creating this as the official position of the United States Government under Joe Biden. The NTAS bulletin states, "These threats include those posed by domestic terrorists, individuals and groups engaged in grievance-based violence. Such threats are also exacerbated by impacts of the ongoing global pandemic, including grievances over public health safety measures and perceived government restrictions."

Qantas COVID-19 vaccine rules: Alan Joyce reaffirms airline will ban unvaccinated passengers from international flights

Qantas COVID-19 vaccine rules: Alan Joyce reaffirms airline will ban unvaccinated passengers from international flights | 8 Sept 2021 | Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has reiterated that the airline will ban unvaccinated passengers from international flights when borders reopen and hopes this will happen in December. Speaking to the Trans-Tasman Business Circle in the latest in a series on vaccination, Mr Joyce said the airline would introduce a policy that would require proof of vaccination before flying. "Qantas will have a policy that internationally we'll only be carrying vaccinated passengers," he said. "...We're hoping that can happen by Christmas."

L.A. firefighters, police officers join forces to resist vaccination mandate

L.A. firefighters, police officers join forces to resist vaccination mandate | 3 Sept 2021 | Los Angeles firefighters and police officers, angry over City Hall's new requirement that employees be vaccinated against COVID-19, are mounting an offensive. Firefighters 4 Freedom, a group of Los Angeles city firefighters, was launched recently "to stop the mandated vaccinations for all city employees as well as the citizens of this great country," according to its website. "We want to bring education and truth to the people without being censored." Firefighter John Knox, one of the group’s leaders, appeared on a nationally syndicated radio show and compared vaccination requirements for entering businesses to rules imposed in Nazi Germany, warning that freedoms are at stake. "I basically stated in the union meeting that I will not submit to this. I will come to work every day, as long as I'm healthy," Knox said on The Kate Dalley Show.

Minnesota man freed by Kamala Harris-supported bail fund now charged with murder

Minnesota man freed by Kamala Harris-supported bail fund now charged with murder | 7 Sept 2021 | A bail fund once backed by Kamala Harris helped free an alleged domestic abuser who is now accused of murder. George Howard, 48, allegedly became involved in a road rage altercation on an Interstate 94 entrance ramp before he shot another driver, according to Minneapolis police -- weeks after bailing out on domestic assault charges. Surveillance video recorded the moments when the driver of a blue BMW confronted Howard, who was driving a white Volvo, according to St. Paul's KSTP-TV. The victim can be seen punching Howard, then collapsing.

Biden asks for $6.4 billion to bring 95,000 often unvetted Afghans to US - while Americans remain stranded under Taliban control

OMG: Biden asks for $6.4 billion to bring 95,000 often unvetted Afghans to US - while Americans remain stranded under Taliban control | 7 Sept 2021 | The Biden regime is planning to ask Congress for funding to bring some 95,000 (often unvetted) Afghans to America and assist in resettling them -- a sign both of U.S. commitments to allies oligarchs who demand cheap labor at US taxpayer expense and the likelihood that efforts to evacuate them will linger for months. The White House is asking for $6.4 billion through a continuing resolution to fund ongoing efforts to get allies and other vulnerable [? Like the guy who was recently caught carrying explosive materials] Afghans out of the country. A senior administration official said those funds would be used to help bring 65,000 Afghans to the U.S. by the end of September as well as another 30,000 who may come over the course of the next year.

Highly contagious virus found at military base as thousands of refugees enter US

Highly contagious virus found at military base as thousands of refugees enter US | 7 Sept 2021 | Fort McCoy Army Base in Wisconsin identified a case of the measles this week as it brings in thousands of Afghan refugees as part of the mass evacuation effort in the wake of the Taliban takeover of Kabul. An internal government email, viewed by Fox News, said that the base confirmed a case of the measles on Sunday... According to the CDC, Afghanistan has the seventh highest number of measles cases in the world. The document said that due to the disease's contagious nature, Fort McCoy was not receiving evacuees "at this time" and was working to procure the necessary vaccines. However, a spokesperson for Task Force McCoy said that the base was still accepting Afghans, of which it can support 13,000.

CUNY enrollment plummets, decline coincides with requirement that students get vaccinated and other strict COVID protocols

CUNY enrollment plummets, decline coincides with requirement that students get vaccinated and other strict COVID protocols | 7 Sept 2021 | Student enrollment at the City University of New York -- CUNY -- has plummeted by an estimated 33,000 students at its 25 campuses combined over the past two academic years, according to unpublished data obtained by The Post... The unpublished data as of August 20 shows CUNY enrollment for this fall semester at 185,989 -- a projected reduction of 32,846 students or 15 percent lower than the same period two years ago. The continued decline coincides with strict safety protocols, including requiring students to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or tested for the virus... Earlier this year, SUNY Chancellor James Malatras said student applications were down 20 percent during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Over 100 Ontario youth suffer heart inflammation following COVID-19 jab, report says

Over 100 Ontario youth suffer heart inflammation following COVID-19 jab, report says --People aged 12-24 years are among the least vaccinated in Ontario, yet make up between 52% - 78% of all the myocarditis and pericarditis cases linked to the injections. | 7 Sept 2021 | Public Health of Ontario released a report last week stating that 106 cases of myocarditis and pericarditis -- heart inflammation conditions -- have been detected in young people aged 12-24 shortly after they received one of the COVID-19 vaccines. The jab, which attorney Thomas Renz attributes to a conservative estimate of 45,000 deaths in the United States alone, has a history of causing heart inflammation, especially in the younger age cohorts. The recent report released by Public Health of Ontario, which looked at the vaccine injury data from December 13, 2020 to August 7, 2021, confirmed in their findings that young people, primarily adolescent males, have an increased susceptibility to developing cardiac conditions following the jab.

Rutgers bars unvaccinated student from attending virtual classes

Rutgers bars unvaccinated student from attending virtual classes | 7 Sept 2021 | A New Jersey student has said he is barred from taking classes at Rutgers University because he has not been vaccinated -- even though he is only studying virtually from home. Logan Hollar, 22, told NJ.com that he largely ignored the school's COVID mandate “because all my classes were remote” from his Sandyston home, some 70 miles from Rutgers’ campus in New Brunswick. But he was locked out of his Rutgers email and related accounts when he went to pay his tuition at the end of last month -- and was told that he needed to be vaccinated even though he has no plans to attend in person. Hollar has now been forced to miss classes that started Sept. 1 -- and has been warned it could be weeks before a decision is reached on his application for an exemption to the vaccine mandate, he said.

Fauci Funded Construction of 'Chimeric Coronaviruses' in Wuhan - FOIA Release

Fauci Funded Construction of 'Chimeric Coronaviruses' in Wuhan - FOIA Release | 7 Sept 2021 | When Dr. Anthony Fauci confidently screamed at Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) in July - calling him a liar for accusing him of funding so-called "Gain-of-Function" (GoF) research in Wuhan, China to make coronaviruses more transmissible to humans, the argument ultimately faded due to Fauci's unsupported claim that the research didn't technically fit the definition of GoF. Now, thanks to materials (here and here) released through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by The Intercept against the National Institutes of Health (which were unredacted enough to toss Fauci under the bus), we now know that Fauci-funded EcoHealth Alliance, a New York-based nonprofit headed by Peter Daszak, was absolutely engaged in gain-of-function research to make chimeric SARS-based coronaviruses, which they confirmed could infect human cells.

Afghan refugee stopped on U.S.-bound flight with explosive materials, but terrorism not suspected

Afghan refugee stopped on U.S.-bound flight with explosive materials, but terrorism not suspected --Luggage included blasting caps and igniter but U.S. officials believe materials were for work related to U.S. government contracting. Passenger red flagged and kept from U.S. | 7 Sept 2021 | A male Afghan refugee who was departing the Ramstein Air Base in Germany for the United States was detained Monday after it was discovered during pre-flight screening that he had blasting caps and other explosives materials in his carry-on luggage, three U.S. officials told Just the News. The man, who was born in the early 1990s and an Afghan citizen, was working as contractor for the U.S. government when he was evacuated, and officials believe the materials were related to his work and not terrorism, officials said. Nonetheless, the man was placed on a restricted list and prevented from traveling to the U.S., according to a Transportation Security Administration summary of the incident obtained by Just the News.

New Details Emerge About Coronavirus Research at Chinese Lab

New Details Emerge About Coronavirus Research at Chinese Lab | 6 Sept 2021 | Newly released documents provide details of U.S.-funded research on several types of coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. The Intercept has obtained more than 900 pages of documents detailing the work of EcoHealth Alliance, a U.S.-based health organization that used federal money to fund bat coronavirus research at the Chinese laboratory. The trove of documents includes two previously unpublished grant proposals that were funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as well as project updates relating to EcoHealth Alliance's research, which has been scrutinized amid increased interest in the origins of the pandemic... One of the grants, titled "Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence,” outlines an ambitious effort led by EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak to screen thousands of bat samples for novel coronaviruses...The documents raise additional questions about the theory that the pandemic may have begun in a lab accident, an idea that Daszak has aggressively dismissed.

Despite 95% vaccination rate, Cornell today has five times more COVID cases than it did this time last year

Obviously, it's a pandemic of the vaccinated: Despite 95% vaccination rate, Cornell today has five times more COVID cases than it did this time last year | 4 Sept 2021 | Cornell University has aggressively pushed its students to get vaccinated, a announcing a vaccine mandate for the 2021-22 academic year in April and frequently denying religious and medical exemptions. As a result, 95 percent of the campus population, both students and faculty, is vaccinated. Despite this, Cornell University has more than five times the amount of confirmed positive cases during its first week of this academic year than it did during its first week of the 2020-21 academic year, according to the Cornell COVID dashboard.

Congressman: At Least 500 Americans Stranded in Afghanistan, Contradicting White House Estimates

Congressman: At Least 500 Americans Stranded in Afghanistan, Contradicting White House Estimates | 6 Sept 2021 | Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), whose office has been working to evacuate two elderly U.S. citizens from Afghanistan, said it's likely that about 500 Americans remain stranded in the country, a figure that's at odds with estimates provided by White House officials. When including the family members of U.S. citizens, Issa said the number of people stranded in Afghanistan could be as high as 1,000...Other than Issa, some veteran-led rescue groups told AP that the estimate that no more than 200 Americans were left behind is too low.

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