Russian Foreign Ministry Calls Out Biden Administration for Persecution and Violating Human Rights of Trump Supporters

Russian Foreign Ministry Calls Out Biden Administration for Persecution and Violating Human Rights of Trump Supporters | 18 Feb 2021 | Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova recently railed against Biden administration hypocrisy of criticizing the Russian Federation's handling of Kremlin antagonist Alexei Navalny, while persecuting and violating the human rights of Trump supporters. Zakharova described an "ongoing persecution campaign" taking place "against anybody at all who does not agree with the results of the latest presidential election." She also mentioned Biden minions calling American patriots 'domestic terrorists'. "The FBI has reportedly opened more than 400 criminal cases and applied for more than 500 search warrants and subpoenas for suspects; it has also brought charges against and detained around 200 people...Moreover, people who have not even been officially charged are losing their jobs; they are being banned from social media and publicly ostracised."

Wyoming County GOP Chapters Move to Censure Liz Cheney for Impeaching President Trump

Wyoming County GOP Chapters Move to Censure Liz Cheney for Impeaching President Trump | 19 Feb 2021 | Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) received countless plaudits from the fake news media and Democrats for voting to impeach former President Donald Trump, but she is paying the price from her constituents for her vote. The Laramie County Republican Party's central committee voted on Tuesday evening to censure Cheney, the latest of over a dozen counties throughout the state that have voted to censure the reviled neoconservative 'America Last' figure. The resolution passed by the Laramie County GOP claims Cheney's actions "stand in contradiction to the quantifiable will of the majority of the electorate of Wyoming" and devalued "the political influence of the state of Wyoming by voting in favor of a process that followed no known hearing process, provided no evidence to consider, called no witnesses to be sworn and allowed none of the accusers to be questioned by the accused."

Widely shared vitamin D-COVID-19 preprint removed from Lancet server

Widely shared vitamin D-COVID-19 preprint removed from Lancet server | 19 Feb 2021 | A preprint promoted by a member of the UK Parliament for claiming to show that vitamin D led to an "80% reduction in need for ICU and a 60% reduction in deaths" has been removed from a server used by The Lancet family of journals. The preprint, "Calcifediol Treatment and COVID-19-Related Outcomes," was posted to Preprints with The Lancet on January 22. On February 13, David Davis, a Conservative member of UK's Parliament, tweeted: "This is a very important study on vitamin D and Covid-19... An 80% reduction in need for ICU and a 60% reduction in deaths, simply by giving a very cheap and very safe therapy - calcifediol, or activated vitamin D."

Poland Proposes $13.5 Million Fines for Tech Giants Engaging in Ideological Censorship

Poland Proposes $13.5 Million Fines for Tech Giants Engaging in Ideological Censorship | 19 Feb 2021 | New laws proposed by Poland could implement massive fines for tech giants who censor users or remove posts for ideological reasons, according to the country's Deputy Minister of Justice Sebastian Kaleta. Speaking to Fox News, Kaleta said social media companies have been targeting conservatives, Christianity, and traditional values by banning them or removing posts. Under the new legislation, any platform that bans a user or removes posts for ideological reasons would face fines of $13.5 million unless the content is also illegal under Polish law.

Federal Prosecutors Opened Criminal Investigation After Cuomo Aide Admitted Withholding Nursing Home Death Data from State Legislators - Report

Federal Prosecutors Opened Criminal Investigation After Cuomo Aide Admitted Withholding Nursing Home Death Data from State Legislators - Report | 18 Feb 2021 | Federal prosecutors in the Eastern District of New York opened a criminal investigation after a top aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) admitted on a phone call last week that the Cuomo administration withheld nursing home death data from state legislators, the New York Law Journal reported on Thursday. The report, citing only a "source with knowledge of the matter," said the criminal investigation was opened after Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa said on a Feb. 10 call that the Cuomo administration withheld data from state lawmakers, fearing that the data was "going to be used against us" amid the DOJ civil investigation launched by the Trump administration.

US says it is willing to sit down for talks with Iran and other nations on nuclear deal

US says it is willing to sit down for talks with Iran and other nations on nuclear deal | 18 Feb 2021 | The Biden administration said Thursday that the US is willing to sit down for talks with Tehran and other signatories to the Iran nuclear deal, before either side has taken any tangible action to salvage or return to compliance with the agreement. "The United States would accept an invitation from the European Union High Representative to attend a meeting of the P5+1 and Iran to discuss a diplomatic way forward on Iran's nuclear program," State Department spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement Thursday. The P5+1 refers to the permanent members of the UN Security Council -- China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany.

House Democrats Introduce 'No Glory for Hate Act' to Prevent Trump Name from Being Displayed on Federal Projects

House Democrats Introduce 'No Glory for Hate Act' to Prevent Trump Name from Being Displayed on Federal Projects | 18 Feb 2021 | Democrats in the House of Representatives have introduced legislation that would prevent former President Donald Trump from having his name displayed on federal projects, buildings, statues, lands, or other type of commemoration. According to the bill's text, which was provided late last month, the legislation would "prohibit the use of Federal funds for the commemoration of certain former Presidents." While Trump is not mentioned by name in the proposed legislation, he is the only president to have been impeached twice by the House.

Former Detroit news anchor dies after getting COVID-19 vaccine

Former Detroit news anchor dies after getting COVID-19 vaccine | 18 Feb 2021 | A former Detroit news anchor died just one day after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, according to reports. Karen Hudson-Samuels, 68, worked for over four decades in Detroit as an anchor, producer and news director before she died Tuesday. Hudson-Samuels's husband found her dead in her home. She had received the COVID-19 vaccine only one day earlier, but no official cause of death [? Gee, I wonder what could've killed her? Hmm.] has been given. [FYI, the bioterrorists manufacturing these deadly vaccines have *complete* legal immunity.]

Wuhan Lab Eligible to Receive US Taxpayer Funding Through 2024, NIH Confirms

OMG: Wuhan Lab Eligible to Receive US Taxpayer Funding Through 2024, NIH Confirms | 18 Feb 2021 | The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) is authorized to receive taxpayer funding for animal research until January 2024, the National Institute of Health told the Daily Caller News Foundation. The WIV is at the center of widespread speculation that COVID-19 could have entered the human population in China due to an accidental lab leak. Researchers at the lab were studying bat-based coronaviruses prior to the outbreak, a project partially backed by $600,000 in U.S. taxpayer funds routed to the lab through the nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance.

Whistleblower from Berlin nursing home: the terrible dying after vaccination

Whistleblower from Berlin nursing home: the terrible dying after vaccination | 14 Feb 2021 | For the first time, there is an eyewitness report from a Berlin nursing home on the situation after the vaccination. It comes from the AGAPLESION Bethanien Havelgarten retirement home in Berlin-Spandau. There, within four weeks after the first vaccination with the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine Comirnaty, eight of 31 seniors, who suffered from dementia but were in good physical condition according to their age before the vaccination, died. The first death occurred after only six days, and five other seniors died approximately 14 days after vaccination. The first symptoms of the disease had already appeared shortly after the vaccination. From information available to 2020News the patients have not been duly informed about the risks of this vaccine.

Whistleblower: 8 of 31 Residents Dead in German Nursing Home After Being Forcibly Injected with Pfizer COVID Shots Against Their Will

Whistleblower: 8 of 31 Residents Dead in German Nursing Home After Being Forcibly Injected with Pfizer COVID Shots Against Their Will | 16 Feb 2021 | German Attorney Reiner Fuellmich, who has previously stated that those responsible for the "Corona Scandal" must be criminally prosecuted for Crimes Against Humanity, and has also filed a lawsuit against the Facebook "Fact-Checkers," recently published an interview with a whistleblower who works inside a nursing home in Berlin. The whistleblower describes how German soldiers accompanied nurses to administer the vaccines, and that there was no informed consent, and some who resisted were vaccinated anyway. The whistleblower then gives first-hand knowledge of how the health of the residents rapidly declined soon after vaccination, resulting in 8 of the 31 residents dying within a few weeks. While these residents reportedly suffered from dementia, they were allegedly all in good physical health prior to the injections. They had also tested negative for COVID, but began to test positive after the injections. Attorney at Law Viviane Fischer filed a criminal complaint with the public prosecutor's office, and informed the police, as well.

Trump Lawyer Says He Sent Children to Secret Location, Hired Armed Guards Over Threats

Trump Lawyer Says He Sent Children to Secret Location, Hired Armed Guards Over Threats | 17 Feb 2021 | An attorney who represented former President Donald Trump during his impeachment trial said he sent his children to a secret location and was forced to hire guards at his home and work, citing threats against him for defending the former president. Michael van der Veen told Newsmax on Monday, "I moved my children to a secretive location. We've hired armed guards to protect our places of living and working. And we're doing fine." ...The lawyer, who is based in Philadelphia, said that his home was vandalized with graffiti. Detective Scott Pezick of the West Whiteland Township Police Department confirmed the development on Feb. 12. Photos uploaded online showed "traitor" spray-painted on his property.

Trump Impeachment Attorney Canceled by Law School, Civil Rights Law Group

Trump Impeachment Attorney Canceled by Law School, Civil Rights Law Group | 17 Feb 2021 | An attorney who represented President Donald Trump during the recent impeachment trial says a law school canceled a civil rights law course he was going to teach and he was suspended from a civil rights lawyer email discussion list. Schoen, an Alabama-based lawyer recognized for his civil rights litigation, declined to name the school that canceled his course. He likewise declined to name the legal organization behind the email list that suspended him.

FBI, U.S. attorney in Brooklyn probing Cuomo administration on nursing homes

FBI, U.S. attorney in Brooklyn probing Cuomo administration on nursing homes | 17 Feb 2021 | The FBI and the U.S. attorney's office in Brooklyn have launched an investigation that is examining, at least in part, the actions of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's coronavirus task force in its handling of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities during the pandemic, the Times Union has learned. The probe by the U.S. attorney's office in the Eastern District of New York is apparently in its early stages and is focusing on the work of some of the senior members of the governor's task force, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter who is not authorized to comment publicly... It's unclear whether the federal probe by the office of acting U.S. Attorney Seth D. DuCharme is tied to two letters that Cuomo's administration received from a civil division attorney at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C., last year seeking information on the state's nursing home policies and data.

Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio pioneer, dead at 70

Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio pioneer, dead at 70 | 17 Feb 2021 | Rush Limbaugh, the monumentally influential media icon who transformed talk radio and politics in his decades behind the microphone, helping shape the modern-day Republican Party, died Wednesday at the age of 70 after a battle with lung cancer, his family announced. Limbaugh's wife, Kathryn, made the announcement on his radio show. The radio icon learned he had Stage IV lung cancer in January 2020 and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Trump at the State of the Union address days later.

NYC public school asks parents to 'reflect' on their 'whiteness'

NYC public school asks parents to 'reflect' on their 'whiteness' --Passed out a ranking list titled, 'The 8 White Identities' | 16 Feb 2021 | A city public school principal is asking parents to "reflect" on their "whiteness" -- passing out literature that extols "white traitors" who "dismantle institutions," education officials confirmed to The Post on Tuesday. The "woke" offensive at the East Side Community School in Manhattan features a ranking list titled "The 8 White Identities," which ranges from "White Supremacist’’ to "White Abolitionist." The curriculum, written by Barnor Hesse, an associate professor of African American studies at Northwestern University in Illinois, claims, "There is a regime of whiteness, and there are action-oriented white identities. People who identify with whiteness are one of these,’’ Hesse writes above the eight-point list.

Woke teachers want Shakespeare cut from curriculum: 'This is about white supremacy'

Woke teachers want Shakespeare cut from curriculum: 'This is about white supremacy' | 15 Feb 2021 | The crown teachers once put on William Shakespeare now lies uneasy upon his head as the English playwright comes under assault from teachers who fault his unwoke attitudes regarding race, sexuality, gender and class. For the new breed of teachers, Shakespeare is seen less as an icon of literature and more as a tool of imperial oppression, an author who should be dissected in class or banished from the curriculum entirely. "This is about white supremacy and colonization," declared the teachers who founded #DisruptTexts, a group that wants staples of Western literature removed or subjected to withering criticism.

Trump urges ouster of 'unsmiling political hack' Mitch McConnell

Trump urges ouster of 'unsmiling political hack' Mitch McConnell [It's about time!] | 16 Feb 2021 | Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday issued a blistering attack on the most powerful Republican in post-Trump Washington, calling Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell an "unsmiling political hack" who should be thrown out of office. "The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political 'leaders' like Sen. Mitch McConnell at its helm," Trump said in an emailed 626-word statement that all but declared political war on the Kentucky Republican. "McConnell’s dedication to business as usual, status quo policies, together with his lack of political insight, wisdom, skill, and personality, has rapidly driven him from Majority Leader to Minority Leader, and it will only get worse," Trump said.

Veep Kamala Harris takes foreign calls on behalf of Biden

Veep Kamala Harris takes foreign calls on behalf of Biden | 16 Feb 2021 | Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday held her second call with a foreign leader -- speaking with French President Emmanuel Macron after a talk earlier this month with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, as well as with World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in January. Former Vice President Mike Pence occasionally spoke directly by phone with foreign leaders, but that role generally was performed by former President Donald Trump, especially last year.

Lincoln Project Funneled $45 Million to Companies Owned By Its Founders

Lincoln Project Funneled $45 Million to Companies Owned By Its Founders | 16 Feb 2021 | A group of high-profile "Never Trumpers" known as The Lincoln Project has come under scrutiny not only for the failure of the organization's mission (credible allegations of coercing young men into having sex with one of the founders in exchange for jobs in politics) but also for the fact that over half the money they raised -- roughly $45 million -- was directed to the companies owned by the principals. The Lincoln Project, an organization plagued with controversy including the revelation that one of its founders is a pedophile, took in close to $90 million during the 2020 General Election for a campaign tasked to defeat former President Trump. Of that $90 million, roughly $45 million went to the companies owned by the principal partners of the group.

State GOP votes to censure Burr over Trump vote

State GOP votes to censure Burr over Trump vote | 15 Feb 2021 | In a unanimous vote Monday night, North Carolina Republican Party leaders censured U.S. Sen. Richard Burr for voting to convict former President Donald Trump over the weekend in his impeachment trial. County level parties across the state will likely reprimand Burr, one of seven Senate Republicans who voted to convict Trump, as well. The Wake County Republican Party said on its Facebook page Monday night that it did so Sunday, voting not just to censure Burr, but to ban the Winston-Salem Republican from the party's Raleigh office.

NY Dem lawmakers 'trash' Cuomo's explanation for nursing home data delay: 'No one believes you'

NY Dem lawmakers 'trash' Cuomo's explanation for nursing home data delay: 'No one believes you' | 15 Feb 2021 | New York State Democrats lashed out at Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) Monday following a press conference in which he made a disputed claim about his administration’s handling of requests for data on COVID-19-related deaths at nursing homes... Cuomo said any disconnect between his office and state lawmakers was the result of a "breakdown in communication between the staff and members of the legislature." But several Democratic lawmakers, including New York State Sen. Jessica Ramos, denied that Cuomo's office ever informed them of its decision. "Trash. No one believes you," Ramos wrote on Twitter. "At no point did the Administration notify the legislature about a DOJ investigation," she added. "People died and Cuomo lied then he had the gall to write a book."

Frozen wind turbines contribute to rolling power blackouts across Texas

Frozen wind turbines contribute to rolling power blackouts across Texas | 15 Feb 2021 | Some of the warmest places in Texas, where rolling power outages are occurring across the chilly state, are inside cars and trucks parked in the driveway of a home without electricity. Rolling power blackouts were ordered across Texas on Monday as a winter storm and frigid temperatures gripped the state and knocked out service to more than 3.8 million customers. The rotating outages could continue until the state's weather emergency ends, according to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), a major grid operator that controls about 90% of the state's electric load.

Georgia Sen. Warnock Under Investigation for Voter Registration Misconduct

Georgia Sen. Warnock Under Investigation for Voter Registration Misconduct | 10 Feb 2021 | The Georgia State Election Board voted unanimously Wednesday to move forward with an investigation of U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) for his role serving as board chairman of a voter registration organization founded by Stacey Abrams that election officials say failed to follow deadlines, in what appears to be the latest legal step in the ongoing feud between the progressive Abrams and the state's Republican election officials.

House GOP pressures Pelosi to turn over information about security decisions leading up to Capitol attack

House GOP pressures Pelosi to turn over information about security decisions leading up to Capitol attack | 15 Feb 2021 | House Republican leaders sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday demanding that she turn over security decisions her office made leading up to and during the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol... While Democrats blame Trump and the Republicans whom they say enabled him for the violence at the Capitol that day, GOP members point fingers at Pelosi. Republicans said the Speaker's office and House officials are denying requests for these materials.

Biden's 308,000 Ballot Drop in Fairfax County Virginia on Election Night: One Ballot Drop Was 73% of Biden Votes in the County

Biden's 308,000 Ballot Drop in Fairfax County Virginia on Election Night: One Ballot Drop Was 73% of Biden Votes in the County | 15 Feb 2021 | The election results in Virginia's Fairfax County were very suspect late Election Night. There were five ballot drops each with over 300,000 votes for Biden in and out like a yoyo which ended up being 73% of the County's votes for Biden... We uncovered a pattern that occurred in Virginia as well as in other states that we labeled the "Drop and Roll."

Biden Calls on Congress to Restrict Gun Ownership

Biden Calls on Congress to Restrict Gun Ownership | 14 Feb 2021 | President [sic] Joe Biden on Feb. 14 urged Congress to strengthen existing laws concerning gun ownership on the third anniversary of the mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida. "...Today, I am calling on Congress to enact commonsense gun law reforms, including requiring background checks on all gun sales, banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, and eliminating immunity for gun manufacturers who knowingly put weapons of war on our streets."

National Guard could stay in DC until the fall, source reveals to FOX 5

National Guard could stay in DC until the fall, source reveals to FOX 5 | 13 Feb 2021 | An internal e-mail obtained by FOX 5 reveals members of the National Guard might still be in D.C. through the fall of 2021. The National Security Council is asking the Department of Defense to engage Capitol Police on planning for post-March 12th support, according to the e-mail. A meeting is scheduled for agencies to discuss on Wednesday, February 17.

MSM's narrative about the murderous Capitol mob has collapsed, but don't let that get in the way of a good political lynching

MSM's narrative about the murderous Capitol mob has collapsed, but don't let that get in the way of a good political lynching By Tony Cox | 12 Feb 2021 | As their dishonest narrative collapses around them, mainstream media outlets and Democrat politicians are trying to hold together their latest bid to destroy Donald Trump, but some of the lies are getting too big to shrug off... The tale of the brutal Trump mob is always punctuated with the fact that five people were "killed" during the riot, er, "white-supremacist insurrection." One of those people was Ashli Babbitt, one of the rioters, who was fatally shot by a law enforcement officer. Three others were election-fraud protesters who died from health crises -- a heart attack, a stroke and an unidentified medical emergency -- during the January 6 demonstration and riot. The talking heads who wish Trump supporters dead in every other case are counting Trump supporters in the death toll from an incident perpetrated primarily by Trump supporters. It's as if they're leading a story on a hostage crisis by saying that 30 people were killed without mentioning that 25 of those were hostage takers, including 22 who died of food poisoning.

Seven Republican Senators Who Voted to Convict Trump Face Backlash From Within Party

Seven Republican Senators Who Voted to Convict Trump Face Backlash From Within Party | 14 Feb 2021 | The seven Republican senators who called former President Donald Trump guilty of inciting an insurrection are already facing backlash from within the GOP, where Trump remains a popular figure. The Louisiana GOP's Executive Committee unanimously voted to censure Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) over his vote, the party said in a brief statement. The state party had said earlier this week that it was "profoundly disappointed" when Cassidy sided with five other Republicans and all Democrats in the upper chamber to declare the trial constitutional. Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), another guilty vote, was condemned by the North Carolina Republican Party.

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