Florida surgeon general at odds with FDA panel decision on COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5

Florida surgeon general at odds with FDA panel decision on COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5 --Dr. Joseph Ladapo sees 'insufficient data to inform benefits and risk in children' | 16 June 2022 | Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo disagrees with the FDA's decision to administer the COVID-19 vaccine for kids under the age of 5. The FDA's advisory panel met on Wednesday for a second time to determine whether the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is safe for young children. Medical professionals in Florida have mixed reactions to vaccinating young children. Ladapo is one medical professional who emphasizes his opposition based on the data. "We expect to have good data that the benefits outweigh the risks of any therapies or treatments before we recommend those therapies or treatments to Floridians. That is not going to change. I don't think that is particularly radical. I think it's very sensible," said Ladapo. "From what I have seen, there is just insufficient data to inform benefits and risk in children. I think that’s very unequivocal."

CNN data reporter: Liz Cheney has a 10% chance of being reelected - prediction markets

CNN data reporter: Liz Cheney has a 10% chance of being reelected - prediction markets | 16 June 2022 | Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney faces devastating ratings ahead of her primary election, CNN senior data reporter Harry Enten told host Anderson Cooper Wednesday night. "On Cheney, if you go over to Wyoming, look at her disapproval rating and essentially what you see more than doubled...after voting to impeach Donald Trump," Enten said. “She is very much unpopular in the state and if you look at the betting odds, whether or not she will win re-election, only about a 10% chance she will win reelection." Cheney's disapproval rating skyrocketed from 26% to 72% after her vote to impeach Trump, a slide by CNN displayed. A different poll by Fabrizio, Lee & Associates for Wyoming Values PAC showed that 73% of Republican primary voters disapproved of Cheney.

U.S. Capitol Police arrest Stephen Colbert staffers at House office building, charged with illegal entry

U.S. Capitol Police arrest Stephen Colbert staffers at House office building, charged with illegal entry --The individuals associated with 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' were arrested at the US Capitol complex on Thursday night | 17 June 2022 | The U.S. Capitol Police arrested a group of staffers with CBS's The Late Show With Stephen Colbert after they allegedly illegally entered a U.S. House of Representatives office building on Thursday night, Fox News has learned. The group of seven people were arrested in the Longworth House Office Building after being escorted out of the Jan. 6 committee hearing earlier in the day because they did not have proper press credentials, according to sources. The same group resurfaced later on Thursday night after the Capitol complex was closed to public visitors and Fox News is told that they took videos and pictures around the offices of two Republican members of Congress, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy R-Calif. and Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo. [So...they'll be held without bail in solitary confinement for 18 months in the D.C. gulag like the January 6 detainees?]

MSN Quietly Deleted a Story Revealing That Severe COVID-19 Is Rarely Found in the Unvaccinated

MSN Quietly Deleted a Story Revealing That Severe COVID-19 Is Rarely Found in the Unvaccinated | 16 June 2022 | A research paper found that people who did not receive a COVID-19 vaccine had a lower rate of suffering a severe case of the virus amidst the pandemic. The article, which has been uploaded to the preprint server ResearchGate, relied on data from over 18,500 respondents across 175 countries. Analysis revealed that individuals unvaccinated against COVID-19 reported fewer instances of hospitalization in comparison to their vaccinated counterparts. MSN -- a news website launched by vaccine enthusiast Bill Gates's Microsoft in 1995 – covered the study, titling its article "Severe COVID-19 'Rare' in Unvaccinated People," but appears to have taken down the story since its publication. Archived versions of the article are still available, however.

AFLDS Doctor Simone Gold Sentenced to Prison for Trespassing Jan. 6

AFLDS Doctor Simone Gold Sentenced to Prison for Trespassing Jan. 6 | 17 June 2022 | Dr. Simone Gold, founder of America's Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) received a sentence of 60 days in prison in addition to 12 months of supervised release and a $9500 fine after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count of "entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds." She will also pay $500 in restitution. Gold is known for the viral video of her July 2020 appearance on the steps of the United States Supreme Court. According to reports from the courtroom, Judge Chris Cooper did not feel she was remorseful. Gold and colleague Dr. John Strand, who has also been charged, allegedly entered the building through an open door. According to a report on the AFLDS website, "Police waved protestors in or stood by open doors."

Two NY Federal Judges Consecutively Step Down From Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits Over Ownership of Pfizer Stock

Two NY Federal Judges Consecutively Step Down From Vaccine Mandate Lawsuits Over Ownership of Pfizer Stock --A third judge was also asked to step down | 16 June 2022 | An Obama-appointed federal judge in New York who owns between $50,000 and $100,000 worth of Pfizer stock has recused herself to avoid the possible appearance of bias or prejudice since she was overseeing a case of NYC teachers trying to get exemptions to the COVID vaccines. Recusal, in legal terms, means that a judge excuses him or herself because of a potential conflict of interest. Valerie Caproni is a United States District Court for the Southern District of New York who was overseeing two cases that could potentially have a conflict of interest. "Plaintiffs argue that the Undersigned's ownership of stock in Pfizer Inc. 'constitutes a direct financial conflict of interest in the outcome of this case,'" reads the order granting recusal of Caproni--the first judge--which was filed on June 11.

Mass cattle deaths send shockwaves through food supply as speculation rises: are they being poisoned on purpose?

Mass cattle deaths send shockwaves through food supply as speculation rises: are they being poisoned on purpose? | 16 June 2022 | Following over 100 fires that appear to be acts of sabotage against food facilities across the United States, speculation is now running rampant about thousands of cattle that appear to have died suddenly in Kansas over the weekend... I called one of my friends who owns several hundred head of cattle. He was already aware of the Kansas "mass death" event and had been discussing it with other cattle owners. I asked him if he believed the media story that all these cattle suddenly died from heat exposure. His answer? "I doubt it very seriously that so many would drop dead all at the same time," he told me. "In a heat-related incident, they wouldn't all drop dead at the same time. You would see a few dead at a time, scattered across the herd, but not so many deaths all at once." When I asked him if he thinks these are natural deaths or something more like sabotage, he said, "I’m thinking it's something nefarious."

S&P 500 rises slightly Friday, but still posts worst week since 2020

S&P 500 rises slightly Friday, but still posts worst week since 2020 | 17 June 2022 | The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite bounced on Friday as Wall Street attempted to find its footing following a brutal week of selling. But all the major averages ended the week in the negative, with the S&P 500 posting its worst week since 2020. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 38.29 points, or 0.13% to 29,888.78, while the S&P 500 gained 0.22% to close at 3,674.84. The Nasdaq jumped 1.43% to 10,798.35. Stocks were volatile during Friday's trading, switching between gains and losses as investors grew increasingly worried about a potential economic slowdown.

More than 150 police officers shot so far this year, records show

More than 150 police officers shot so far this year, records show --Anti-police violence comes as officers' morale is low around the country | 16 June 2022 | More than 150 American police officers have been shot this year, at least 24 of them killed in the line of duty, statistics compiled by Fox News Digital show. "Criminals feel free to engage in crime," said Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith, spokesperson for the National Police Association and a retired officer with nearly three decades of experience. "You see videos all over [social media], where criminals are doing things, and they appear to have no fear of the police, of a security guard, of a store manager, none of that." In all, at least 156 officers have been shot around the country in 2022 as of Tuesday, according to Fraternal Order of Police data combined with additional information from the Gun Violence Archive.

Ukraine outlaws two more opposition parties

Ukraine outlaws two more opposition parties --Shariy’s Party and Left Opposition bloc bring a total of banned political movements to nine | 16 June 2022 | Two more political parties, the Left Opposition bloc and Shariy's Party, have been banned by a Ukrainian court. Both featured on the list of the 11 parties and political movements suspended in March by Ukraine's national Security Council. Thursday's announcement brings the total of outlawed parties to nine. As Justice Minister Denis Malyuska explained, the two join other banned "pro-Russian" parties, activities of which were allegedly aimed at "undermining sovereignty" of Ukraine. [Why is the US funding the dictatorship in Ukraine?]

Wall Street plunges as recession fears grow

Wall Street plunges as recession fears grow | 16 June 2022 | U.S. stock indexes closed sharply lower on Thursday in a broad sell-off as recession fears grew following moves by central banks around the globe to stamp out rising inflation after the Federal Reserve's largest rate hike since 1994. The benchmark S&P 500 (.SPX) suffered its sixth decline in seven sessions. Stocks had rallied on Wednesday as the Fed delivered an aggressive 75 basis point rate hike, as expected, to help the index snap its longest daily losing streak since early January.

Fifth largest life insurance company in the US paid out 163% more for deaths of working people ages 18-64 in 2021

Fifth largest life insurance company in the US paid out 163% more for deaths of working people ages 18-64 in 2021 --Total claims/benefits up $6 billion --Company cites "non-pandemic-related morbidity" and "unusual claims adjustments" in explanation of losses from group life insurance business | 15 June 2022 | Five months after breaking the story of the CEO of One America insurance company saying deaths among working people ages 18-64 were up 40% in the third quarter of 2021, I can report that a much larger life insurance company, Lincoln National, reported a 163% increase in death benefits paid out under its group life insurance policies in 2021. This is according to the annual statements filed with state insurance departments -- statements that were provided exclusively to Crossroads Report in response to public records requests. The reports show a more extreme situation than the 40% increase in deaths in the third quarter of 2021 that was cited in late December by One America CEO Scott Davison -- an increase that he said was industry-wide and that he described at the time as "unheard of" and "huge, huge numbers" and the highest death rates that have ever been seen in the history of the life insurance business. The annual statements for Lincoln National Life Insurance Company show that the company paid out in death benefits under group life insurance polices a little over $500 million in 2019, about $548 million in 2020, and a stunning $1.4 billion in 2021.

Baby formula production halted at Abbott's Michigan plant due to flooding after severe storms

Baby formula production halted at Abbott's Michigan plant due to flooding after severe storms | 16 June 2022 | The Abbott Laboratories plant in Michigan that was at the center of the nation's baby formula crisis has stopped production again. Production of its EleCare specialty formula was stopped after severe storms in southwestern Michigan flooded areas of its Sturgis, Michigan, plant. This is the same plant that forced Abbott to issue a recall of some of its formulas in February due to contamination issues. The company, which has notified the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, said the incident will likely delay production and distribution of the infant formula for a few weeks.

Severe COVID-19 'Rare' in Unvaccinated People, Survey Reveals

Severe COVID-19 'Rare' in Unvaccinated People, Survey Reveals | 14 June 2022 | A survey has found that people who did not get the vaccine had a lower rate of suffering severe COVID-19 amid the pandemic. The survey uploaded to the preprint server ResearchGate presented data from more than 18,500 respondents from the "Control Group" project with more than 300,000 overall participants. An analysis revealed that compared to those who got jabbed, unvaccinated people reported fewer hospitalizations. The international survey also found that the unvaccinated people from more than 175 countries were more likely to self-care to prevent and manage COVID-19 infection. They used natural products like vitamin D, vitamin C, zinc, quercetin, and drugs, such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.

Sudden vaccine deaths are now so common they've assigned a syndrome name for it: Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS)

Sudden vaccine deaths are now so common they've assigned a syndrome name for it: Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) | 9 June 2022 | The medical regime knows that covid vaccines are killing healthy young people at an alarming rate, so they've suddenly assigned a medical label for the phenomenon in order to distract people from the truth. Now, healthy young people who suddenly die without any medical explanation are said to have died from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS) rather than from vaccines. While SADS has existed in medical terminology long before covid, doctors and the media are now using this syndrome label in a new way: To try to explain away vaccine deaths. From what we can tell so far, there are no such "sudden deaths" in unvaccinated young adults. So far, this seems to be happening solely among those who have been vaccinated. The UK Daily Mail has published an article detailing this new so-called "syndrome" which is of course just a convenient label to mask the true underlying cause of these sudden deaths.

Connecticut Officials Announce Diesel Tax Hike, Increasing the Price Even More

Connecticut Officials Announce Diesel Tax Hike, Increasing the Price Even More | 15 June 2022 | Connecticut's Department of Revenue Services this week announced a coming tax hike on diesel fuel, resulting in a nine cent increase. The current tax in the state is 40.1 cents on diesel fuel, but it will increase to 49.2 cents per gallon in about two weeks, beginning July 1. "In accordance with this statutory obligation, I am hereby notifying you that, effective July 1, 2022, the tax rate on diesel fuel will be 49.2 cents per gallon," Commissioner of Revenue Services Mark Boughton announced in a letter to lawmakers. "You have to remember that Connecticut does not have a highway use tax or highway use fee for in-state trucking companies or those small delivery companies nor do we have tolls," Boughton told WTNH last week. 

Fed Hikes Interest Rates By 75 Basis Points, Largest Increase Since 1994

Fed Hikes Interest Rates By 75 Basis Points, Largest Increase Since 1994 | 15 June 2022 | The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by 75 basis points, the single largest increase in nearly thirty years as inflation soars. The hike to the federal funds rate -- the benchmark interest rate at which banks borrow and lend money to each other overnight, affecting money supply in the economy -- was announced Wednesday, after a meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee led by Chairman Jerome Powell. In the short-term, the Federal Reserve said that it would intend to bring the rate to a range of 1.5 percent to 1.75 percent. Of the eight-member committee, seven voted in favor of the hike while one member, Esther George, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, voted against the increase, preferring that it be 0.5 percent instead.

'Open Season': Pro-Abortion Terrorist Group Vows to Ramp Up Violence against Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers

'Open Season': Pro-Abortion Terrorist Group Vows to Ramp Up Violence against Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers | 15 June 2022 | Pro-abortion terrorist group Jane's Revenge, which has claimed credit for a string of recent attacks on pregnancy centers across the country, on Tuesday declared "open season" on pro-life organizations as the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health draws closer. In a statement posted by a radical leftist news website on Tuesday, the organization vowed to attack any pro-life group that "doesn't close their doors." Those pro-life organizations that do shut down will be spared, the group said, "But until you do, it's open season, and we know where your operations are." The statement added: "Everyone with the urge to paint, to burn, to cut, to jam: now is the time. Go forth and manifest the things you wish to see."

Sarah Palin Advances in Alaska House Special Election, AP Projects

Sarah Palin Advances in Alaska House Special Election, AP Projects | 15 June 2022 | Former Alaska governor and 2008 vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin will advance to the August special general election to fill the at-large House seat of the late Representative Don Young, the Associated Press projected on Wednesday. Palin, who received an early endorsement from former President Trump, finished first in a crowded field of 48 candidates in the special primary election, according to the AP. The primary included candidates from all parties and those with no party affiliation vying to fill the state's only U.S. House seat. Under Alaska's new election system, the top four candidates in the primary are set to advance to a ranked-choice special election on August 16.

'They keep threatening to arrest us.' The obstacles facing local news in Uvalde

'They keep threatening to arrest us.' The obstacles facing local news in Uvalde --San Antonio Express-News editor Nora López talks about her newsroom's struggle against authorities to tell the stories of Uvalde | 13 June 2022 | By now, many who have been following this story know that the official narrative of the tragedy that left 19 students and two teachers dead has shifted, with early accounts being amended or retracted. Over the past two weeks, Nora López, executive editor of the Express-News, has led her staff in covering this story. Visiting law enforcement officials and bikers obstructed reporters' abilities to cover the funerals of victims... One of the journalists said: It has been very frustrating because we're hearing a little bit here and there, and it doesn't line up. We still don't have the full story about how these things unfolded... For example, the teacher who they said had left the door open, and that that’s how the gunman had gotten in. The video shows that she had opened it to go get something from the car, but when she saw that there was this guy with a gun outside -- and somebody from the funeral home across the street yelled at her (about) this guy with a gun -- she closed it. They have this on video. They knew that she had indeed closed the door. And she thought it was locked and apparently it wasn't locked, so now they’re investigating that. They knew that from day one.

FDA Advisors Unanimously Endorse Pfizer, Moderna COVID Shots for Infants and Young Kids

FDA Advisors Unanimously Endorse Pfizer, Moderna COVID Shots for Infants and Young Kids | 15 June 2022 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) vaccine advisory panel today unanimously voted 21-0 to recommend Pfizer and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines for infants and young children, stating the totality of the evidence available shows the benefits of the vaccines outweigh the risks of use. Pfizer’s three-dose vaccine would cover children 6 months to 5 years old, while Moderna's two-dose vaccine covers children 6 months to 6 years old. States have already ordered millions of doses made available prior to FDA authorization by the Biden administration... The Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC) ignored pleas from experts, the vaccine injured and a congressman representing 17 other lawmakers to halt authorization until questions about the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines for the nation’s youngest children could be properly addressed.

Lauren Boebert taking legal action over Dem PAC's 'false and disgusting claims' that she was 'paid escort'

Lauren Boebert taking legal action over Dem PAC's 'false and disgusting claims' that she was 'paid escort' --Boebert's attorney says he has "irrefutable evidence that each one of these statements is patently false" | 15 June 2022 | Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., will take legal action against the Democrat political action committee (PAC) that claimed, without evidence, that she was an "unlicensed paid escort," Fox News Digital has learned. Boebert's attorney sent a letter to the American Muckrakers PAC regarding the claims that she was an "unlicensed paid escort" who had "two abortions," pledging to bring "civil defamation" lawsuits against the PAC. "Partisan organizations putting out blatantly false and disgusting accusations won’t stop me from advancing freedom and conservative values," Boebert told Fox News Digital in a Wednesday statement... Boebert's attorney Jonathan Anderson noted that proving a defamation case against a public figure has a "heightened standard of proof" and said that what "is legally, and financially, disastrous for Muckrakers is the fact that we also have evidence, including internal Muckrakers’ text and email communications, that demonstrates Muckrakers did in fact publish statements knowing those statements to be false."

Manatee released to Cape Coral waters after remarkable 15-month recovery

Manatee released to Cape Coral waters after remarkable 15-month recovery | 15 June 2022 | A manatee was released Wednesday morning at Horton Park in Cape Coral following a 15-month rehabilitation after being stranded and wedged in mangroves for days in Lee County last year. The manatee known as Bellissima was rescued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and taken to ZooTampa in critical condition. The manatee was reportedly emaciated after suffering severe wounds to its body. After a lengthy rehabilitation, Bellissima is healthy and now weighs 1,445 pounds.

Biden to Announce Nearly $1BN More in Arms for Ukraine, Including Anti-Ship Missiles

Insane in the membrane: Biden to Announce Nearly $1BN More in Arms for Ukraine, Including Anti-Ship Missiles | 15 June 2022 | At a moment Ukrainian forces are on the brink of total defeat in Luhansk province in the country's east, and with the Kremlin now claiming almost 100% control of the region, given its army has the final key city of Severodonetsk completely surrounded and Russian troops have reached the town's center, the White House is rolling out yet another new high price tag weapons transfer to Kiev. "The White House is expected as soon as Wednesday to announce around $1 billion dollars worth of new weapons aid for Ukraine, including anti-ship rocket systems, artillery rockets, and rounds for howitzers, people familiar with the packages said," Reuters reports Wednesday morning. [Biden is working 24/7 to destroy the U.S. from within. Forking over additional billions to the Nazis in Ukraine does not help the inflation situation.]

Fully Vaccinated and Double-Boosted Anthony Fauci Has COVID

Fully Vaccinated and Double-Boosted Anthony Fauci Has COVID | 15 June 2022 | The nation's top infectious disease specialist, Anthony Fauci, has contracted Covid-19. Fauci, who is fully vaccinated and twice boosted, is experiencing mild symptoms according to a Wednesday statement from the NIH.

Los Angeles DA George Gascon recall group says it has collected required signatures to put matter on ballot

Los Angeles DA George Gascon recall group says it has collected required signatures to put matter on ballot | 15 June 2022 | The group working to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon said it has collected the necessary number of signatures required to put the matter before voters. The Recall George Gascon campaign told Fox News it received over 30,000 petitions over the past few days in an effort to gather the 567,857 needed by July 6. The group said it hit the target Wednesday but is working toward collecting 650,000 signatures as some will likely be deemed invalid by the Los Angeles County officials. "Simply clearing the required threshold is not enough -- we must build the necessary cushion for signatures that are inevitably invalidated," a campaign statement said.

Fully vaccinated and double-boosted Anthony Fauci tests positive for Covid-19

Breaking: Fully vaccinated and double-boosted Anthony Fauci tests positive for Covid-19 | 15 June 2022 | Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and Joe Biden's chief medical adviser, has tested positive for Covid-19, the institute said Wednesday. Fauci, 81, has mild symptoms and has been fully vaccinated and boosted twice, the institute said in a statement.

Trump-Endorsed Adam Laxalt Wins Nomination in Nevada U.S. Senate Republican Primary

Trump-Endorsed Adam Laxalt Wins Nomination in Nevada U.S. Senate Republican Primary | 14 June 2022 | Trump-endorsed Nevada U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt secured the Republican nomination in a landslide victory on Tuesday, according to projections from the New York Times. Former Nevada Attorney General Laxalt beat his competitor Sam Brown 56 percent to 33 percent when the Times called the race with just 40 percent of votes counted by 10:00 p.m. PDT. Laxalt pulled off a victory after leading in the polls by double digits in the months leading up to the primary election... Laxalt heavily benefited from the endorsements of conservative heavyweights, including former President Donald Trump, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Trump Cheers Primary Wins in South Carolina, Nevada

Trump Cheers Primary Wins in South Carolina, Nevada | 15 June 2022 | Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday cheered wins by political candidates he endorsed in primary races. "Every single endorsed by Trump candidate won last night, by big margins, with the exception of one very long shot who did FAR better than anticipated against an incumbent," Trump posted to social media platform Truth Social. "The 'Impeacher' was ousted without even a runoff. A GREAT night!" Trump bet on 13 candidates in Tuesday's primary races in Nevada and South Carolina, including many who said the 2020 presidential election was stolen. In South Carolina, state Rep. Russell Fry defeated Rep. Tom Rice, who was targeted by Trump for voting to impeach him after the Capitol riot, in the state's 7th Congressional District...

Jan. 6 committee will not make any criminal referrals, chairman says

Jan. 6 committee will not make any criminal referrals, chairman says --Rep. Bennie Thompson indicated it's up to the Justice Department to decide on its own whether to pursue criminal prosecutions. | 13 June 2022 | The chair of the House committee investigating the Capitol riot said Monday night that the panel will not make any criminal referrals, even though its leaders have previously hinted at the possibility of doing so. "Our job is to look at the facts and circumstances around January 6 -- what caused it -- and make recommendations after that," Chair Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., told reporters as he left the House chamber after the second day of public hearings by the panel. But the committee's vice chair Liz Cheney, "R"-Deep State-Wyo., suggested later on Monday that a decision was not yet final.

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