New Jersey Governor Arbitrarily Declares COVID-19 Emergency After Senate Declines to Vote on Extension

New Jersey Governor Arbitrarily Declares COVID-19 Emergency After Senate Declines to Vote on Extension | 12 Jan 2022 | New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy extended the state's COVID-19 emergency on Tuesday after the state Senate speaker declined to schedule voting on a bill extending it for 45 days. On Monday, New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, a Democrat, announced that a bill to extend the governor's emergency powers in response to COVID-19 would not be voted that day, the final day of voting in the lame-duck legislative session. The resolution to enact a 45-day extension of the governor's emergency powers was set to expire the next day on Jan. 11. Governor Phil Murphy, a Democrat, declared on Tuesday in a new executive order that his prior COVID-19-related emergency order issued in March 2020 "remains in full force and effect" drawing criticism from Republican lawmakers.

U.S. to Gift $308 Million in Aid to Taliban-Run Afghanistan

U.S. to Gift $308 Million in Aid to Taliban-Run Afghanistan | 11 Jan 2022 | The U.S. has offered Taliban-controlled Afghanistan $308 million in "humanitarian assistance" as the country struggles after barely five months of rule by the terrorist organization. The Democratic-controlled White House has promised the cash boost in an effort to end the humanitarian crisis that followed the chaotic U.S. military withdrawal and Taliban takeover in August, 2021... Since the Taliban takeover, the U.S. has given more than $780 million in humanitarian aid to the former ally. Alongside this financial commitment, Joe Biden's White House has sent 3.3 million coronavirus vaccinations to Afghanistan, with another million pledged to be sent, AP reports.

Fauci on hot mic calls Republican senator a 'moron' after question on investment disclosures

Fauci on hot mic calls Republican senator a 'moron' after question on investment disclosures --Republican Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas had asked Fauci about disclosing his investments to Congress | 11 Jan 2022 | Dr. Anthony Fauci was caught on a hot mic calling a Republican senator a "moron" during a contentious Capitol Hill hearing on Tuesday. "What a moron, Jesus Christ!" Fauci could be heard saying after being questioned by Republican Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas about disclosing his investments to Congress which Fauci, the highest paid federal employee in government, says he has done for decades. "As the highest paid employee in the entire federal government," Marshall, a military veteran and a physician, asked. "Yes or no, would you be willing to submit to Congress and the public a financial disclosure that includes your past and current investments?" Fauci responded, "I don't understand why you're asking me that question..." Marshall then accused "big tech giants" of keeping that information from the public to which Fauci said, "All you have to do is ask for it. You're so misinformed. It's extraordinary." The two continued to spar before Democratic Sen. Patty Murray of Washington intervened at which point Fauci was caught on the hot mic disparaging Marshall.

Justice Department forms new domestic terrorism unit

Justice Department forms new domestic terrorism unit | 11 Jan 2022 | The Justice [sic] Department is establishing a new domestic terrorism unit to combat the threat that has more than doubled in the past two years, the head of the agency's National Security Division said Tuesday. Assistant Attorney General Matthew Olsen told members of the Senate Judiciary Committee that the newly formed unit will encompass a dedicated group of attorneys to focus on the domestic terrorism threat. The number FBI investigations into domestic terrorism has more than doubled since March 2020, he said.

House GOP Oversight Members Release Emails of Fauci and NIH Officials Concealing Information on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory From the American Public

House GOP Oversight Members Release Emails of Fauci and NIH Officials Concealing Information on Wuhan Lab Leak Theory From the American Public | 11 Jan 2022 | The House Republican Oversight Committee members released never before seen emails showing Dr. Fauci "may have" concealed information about COVID-19 originating from the Wuhan lab and then intentionally downplaying the lab leak theory publicly. This is on top of the evidence we already have on Fauci and the lab leak.

Autopsy Confirms 26-Year-Old's Death From Myocarditis Directly Caused by Pfizer COVID Vaccine

Autopsy Confirms 26-Year-Old's Death From Myocarditis Directly Caused by Pfizer COVID Vaccine | 11 Jan 2022 | A 26-year-old South Dakota man who died Nov. 12, 2021, of myocarditis -- four days after his booster dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine -- had no idea he was experiencing a rare and supposedly "mild" heart problem after the shot. Joseph Keating's only warning signs were fatigue, muscle soreness and an increased heart rate, family members said. In an exclusive interview with The Defender, Joseph's father, mother and sister said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has not investigated Joseph's death. The CDC also did not contact the pathologist who performed the autopsy or request the documents which confirmed Joseph’s death was caused by the Pfizer vaccine. According to the autopsy report and certificate of death, Joseph died from severe heart damage from "myocarditis in the left ventricle due to the recent Pfizer COVID-19 booster vaccine."

Republicans Sue New York Officials Over Allowing Non-citizens to Vote

Republicans Sue New York Officials Over Allowing Non-citizens to Vote | 11 Jan 2022 | New York Mayor Eric Adams, the New York City Council, and New York City's Board of Elections were sued Monday over a new law that lets non-citizens vote in elections. The Republican National Committee (RNC) filed the suit in New York Supreme Court along with City Council Minority Leader Joseph Borrelli, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-N.Y.), and other Republicans. Plaintiffs say a new bill that was passed by the Democrat-controlled City Council and allowed to become a law by Adams, a Democrat who took office on Jan. 1, violates the state Constitution and election law. The bill, if allowed to take effect, would let about 800,000 non-citizens such as illegal immigrants who arrived in the United States as children vote in local elections.

U.S. Army will conduct a two-week 'guerrilla war' training exercise in the woods of North Carolina to teach Special Forces how to overthrow an 'illegitimate government' just weeks after Biden's Justice Dept. announced its new 'domestic terrorism' unit

A civil war rehearsal? US Army will conduct a two-week 'guerrilla war' training exercise in North Carolina to teach Special Forces how to overthrow an 'illegitimate government' just weeks after DoJ announced new 'domestic terrorism' unit --Special Forces candidates will participate in the two-week Robin Sage training exercises in which they will practice overthrowing illegitimate governments --Robin Sage places soldiers in a 'politically unstable' fictional country and uses 'unconventional guerrilla warfare' to defeat a 'numerically superior enemy' --Soldiers will face off against seasoned military members and specially trained civilians during the exercise, which serves as the Special Forces final exam --Several citizens, however, are concerned the exercise encourages soldiers to target civilians | 12 Jan 2022 | Young Army soldiers will be battling "seasoned freedom fighters" across two dozen North Carolina counties in a two-week "guerrilla warfare exercise" where they attempt to overthrow an "illegitimate government." News of the training exercise comes just days after the anniversary of the Capitol riot and as the Justice Department announces the creation of a new "domestic terrorism" unit to tackle what officials said is an "elevated threat from domestic violent extremists." Some questioned the close timing of the events, while others went further with fears that the Biden administration is "preparing for American Uprising." "Biden's military wargames fighting and killing American 'Freedom Fighters' in guerilla (sic) warfare," one Twitter user posted in reaction to news of the guerrilla warfare training on US soil. Another Twitter user even questioned if the government was "trying to get troops accustomed to the idea of killing fellow Americans?" During Robin Sage training, young soldiers will face off against seasoned service members from units across Fort Bragg, acting as opposing forces and guerrilla freedom fighters, as well as "specially trained" guerrilla civilians.

'Expect Escalation of Conflict in Donbass and Ukraine Soon,' Says Foreign Correspondent

'Expect Escalation of Conflict in Donbass and Ukraine Soon,' Says Foreign Correspondent --U.S. and Ukraine are already secretly preparing for the all-out war with Russia that they intend to make happen. By Russell Bentley | 11 Jan 2022 | The U.S. and Ukraine are secretly preparing for all-out war while advancing propaganda to make it appear that Russia is the aggressor. ...In early December, the water of the Severdonetsk River, which supplies more than 90% of the municipal tap water to all major cities of the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) in eastern Ukraine (as well as major cities of Donetsk Oblast under Ukrainian control), was contaminated by chemical and biological agents from sources in Kharkov and Slavyansk... Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu reported on December 21 that 120 U.S. mercenaries received deliveries of chemical weapons in the Ukrainian occupied frontline cities of Avdeevka and Krasny Liman for use in a possible false flag attack that could be blamed on Russia. Press Secretary of the DPR Defense Ministry Eduard Basurin confirmed that Ukraine had received several batches of toxic substances, botulinum toxin and an antidote to it from the U.S.

'Fully vaccinated' make up majority of COVID hospitalizations in Ontario, gov't data shows

'Fully vaccinated' make up majority of COVID hospitalizations in Ontario, gov't data shows  | 7 Jan 2022 | The government of Ontario's publicly available data regarding COVID-19 shows that most  people in hospitals  because of COVID-19  are "fully vaccinated." According to the data, as of January 7,  there are 1,327 "Fully vaccinated cases" in hospitals, compared with just 441 "Unvaccinated cases."  For "Partially vaccinated cases," there are 100  people in  the  hospital. Of those in ICU  in Ontario, there are  119  "Unvaccinated cases," 17  "Partially vaccinated cases"  and 106  "Fully vaccinated cases." When it comes to those who test positive for COVID, Ontario's data show that the vast majority come from "fully vaccinated" people.

Coronavirus research deemed too dangerous by DARPA was approved by Fauci; EcoHealth Alliance conducted it at Wuhan - report

Coronavirus research deemed too dangerous by DARPA was approved by Fauci; EcoHealth Alliance conducted it at Wuhan - report --The proposal was named "Project Defuse" | 11 Jan 2022 | An investigation by Project Veritas has made a shocking discovery regarding the origin of Covid-19, and the gain of function research to enhance the virus. Project Veritas has claimed to access "never before seen" Department of Defence (USA) documents that show that the USA's elite military research organisation DARPA (Defence Advanced Research and Projects Agency) had rejected a proposal by EcoHealth Alliance. The proposal that DARPA rejected was about studying bat-born Coronaviruses in Wuhan. However, the proposal that was rejected by DARPA saying it is "too dangerous," was later approved by the USA's NIAID, which is headed by Dr Anthony Fauci. The proposal was named "Project Defuse." As per the Project Veritas report, DARPA had rejected the proposal saying that it will violate the "gain of function" moratorium.

Bombshell email exchange reveals how Biden admin pushed to call American parents 'domestic terrorists'

Bombshell email exchange reveals how Biden admin pushed to call American parents 'domestic terrorists' | 11 Jan 2022 | Education Secretary Miguel Cardona solicited the much-criticized letter from the National School Boards Association that compared protesting parents to domestic terrorists, according to an email exchange reviewed by Fox News. The email exchange indicates Cardona was more involved with the letter's creation than previously known. Joe Biden's Department of Justice relied on the NSBA letter, which suggested using the Patriot Act against parents, in creating its own memo directing the FBI to mobilize in support of local education officials... The emails were obtained by the parents group Parents Defending Education in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. "Should this allegation be true, it would reveal that this administration's pretextual war on parents came from the highest levels," PDE President Nicole Neily told Fox News Digital.

California Governor Newsom Wants Health Coverage for All Illegal Aliens

California Governor Newsom Wants Health Coverage for All Illegal Aliens | 10 Jan 2022 | California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) on Monday proposed a budget that would give all illegal aliens health coverage. In 2019, California extended health coverage to illegals age 26 and under. In 2021, California began covering illegals over the age of 55. Now Newsom wants all illegals in California to have health coverage, although it is unclear how he plans to pay for it.

Ikea cuts sick pay for unvaccinated UK staff who are self-isolating

Straight up discrimination: Ikea cuts sick pay for unvaccinated UK staff who are self-isolating | 9 Jan 2022 | Furniture retailer Ikea has cut sick pay for unvaccinated UK staff who are forced to self-isolate because of close contact with someone with Covid-19, it has emerged. Unvaccinated workers at Ikea are only eligible for statutory sick pay of £96.35 a week during 10 days of isolation, compared with weekly pay of more than £400 before tax for an average worker on the shop floor. However, managers at the retailer, which employs 10,000 staff in the UK, will consider mitigating circumstances. ...Ikea and utility company Wessex Water, have joined supermarket Morrisons in imposing a financial cost on those without an exemption who decline to be vaccinated.

Novak Djokovic: judge asks what more tennis star could have done to prove vaccination exemption

Novak Djokovic: judge asks what more tennis star could have done to prove vaccination exemption --Judge says he is 'agitated' that Australian officials did not accept exemption document from Covid vaccination provided by world No 1 | 10 Jan 2022 | The judge hearing Novak Djokovic's case has queried "what more" he could have done to prove his medical exemption and criticised the Australian government for reneging on a deal to give him more time to defend his visa from cancellation. Judge Anthony Kelly said he was "preoccupied" and "somewhat agitated" by the issue of why Australian officials did not accept an exemption document provided by the world No 1 male tennis player from a qualified physician, backed up by an independent Victorian government panel. The federal circuit court began to hear Djokovic's case on Monday morning, allowing him temporarily out of detention to view the hearing away from the Park hotel in Melbourne, where he is being held.

Novak Djokovic released from immigration detention after Australian court quashes visa cancellation

Novak Djokovic released from immigration detention after Australian court quashes visa cancellation --Federal court orders government to pay tennis star's costs and release him within 30 minutes, but immigration minister could still intervene --Judge 'agitated' by issue of why Australian government did not accept medical exemption --Visa may be cancelled again even if Djokovic wins | 10 Jan 2022 | 06:17 Update: Court quashes visa decision -- Judge Anthony Kelly reads out a minute agreed to by both the government and Djokovic, where he quashes the decision to cancel Novak Djokovic's visa, orders government to pay costs, and for Djokovic to be released from detention in 30 minutes with his passport and personal effects released to him. The minute notes Djokovic was allowed until 8.30am when he was originally detained to response to the notification to cancel his visa, but the decision was made at 7.42am. It found if he had had more time he could have consulted more widely and responded further than he was able to. This is why it was so delayed: they were coming to an agreement.

NYC Democrats Grant Voting Rights to Nearly One Million Non-citizens

NYC Democrats Grant Voting Rights to Nearly One Million Non-citizens | 9 Jan 2022 | Up to one million non-citizens living in New York City will have access to the ballot box after Mayor Eric Adams (D) on Sunday approved legislation by the city council to automatically become law. As Breitbart News reported last November, Adams has always supported the move. Beneficiaries could vote in municipal elections as early as next year unless a judge halts its implementation. New York City is now the most populous city in the United States to grant voting rights to non-citizens.

Vaccinated and boosted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tests positive for COVID-19

Vaccinated and boosted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tests positive for COVID-19 | 9 Jan 2022 | New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D) has tested positive for COVID-19 and is recovering at home – just over a week since she was spotted partying without a mask in Florida, her office said on Sunday. "Representative Ocasio-Cortez has received a positive test result for COVID-19. She is experiencing symptoms and recovering at home," the statement said. "The Congresswoman received her booster shot this fall, and encourages everyone to get their booster and follow all CDC guidance."

Washington State Bill Would Authorize Strike Force to 'Involuntarily Detain' Unvaccinated Families

Washington State Bill Would Authorize Strike Force to 'Involuntarily Detain' Unvaccinated Families --Gov. Jay Inslee (D) is currently hiring a "strike team" to run the quarantine facilities. | 9 Jan 2022 | The Washington State Board of Health may soon amend state law to authorize the involuntary detainment of residents as young as five years old in Covid-19 "internment camps" for failing to comply with the state's experimental vaccine mandate. WAC 246-100-040, a proposed revision to include Covid protocol under the state's Communicable and Certain Other Diseases act, outlines "Procedures for isolation or quarantine." The measure would allow local health officers at "his other sole discretion" to "issue an emergency detention order causing a person or group of persons to be immediately detained for purposes of isolation or quarantine." ...The amended law would also allow health officers to deploy law enforcement officials to assist with the arrest of noncompliant Washington residents. According to W 246-100-040, "A local health officer may invoke the powers of police officers, sheriffs, constables, and all other officers and employees of any political subdivisions within the jurisdiction of the health department to enforce immediately orders given to effectuate the purposes of this section in accordance with the provisions of RCW 43.20.050(4) and 70.05.120."

Michelle Obama Fires Off Urgent Message About Midterm Elections, Vows to Deploy Thousands of Lawyers to 'Protect American Voters'

Michelle Obama Fires Off Urgent Message About Midterm Elections, Vows to Deploy Thousands of Lawyers to 'Protect American Voters' | 9 Jan 2022 | Michelle Obama fired off an urgent message about this year’s midterm elections as Joe Biden's poll numbers continue to drop into the abyss. "We've got to vote like the future of our democracy depends on it," Obama wrote in a letter titled "Fight For Our Vote" in an ad in the New York Times. Michelle Obama said the "When We All Vote" coalition will deploy an army of thousands of lawyers to 'protect American voters' and help push through the 'voting rights' legislation currently stalled in Congress. Last Monday Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said the senate will vote later this month on whether to change filibuster rules to make it easier to pass a 'voting rights' bill. The legislation will mandate ballot harvesting, ban voter ID, and give taxpayer money to campaigns.

Biden admin tells hospitals certain COVID patients may qualify for treatment faster based on their race

Biden admin tells hospitals certain COVID patients may qualify for treatment faster based on their race --New York and Minnesota among states prioritizing race in COVID treatment distribution | 8 Jan 2022 | Guidance issued by the Biden regime states certain individuals may be considered "high risk" and more quickly qualify for monoclonal antibodies and oral antivirals used to treat COVID-19 based on their "race or ethnicity." In a fact sheet issued for healthcare providers by the Food and Drug Administration, the federal agency approved emergency use authorizations of sotrovimab – a monoclonal antibody proven to be effective against the Omicron variant – only to patients considered "high risk." The guidance, updated in December 2021, says "medical conditions or factors" such as "race or ethnicity" have the potential to "place individual patients at high risk for progression to severe COVID-19," adding that the "authorization of sotrovimab under the EUA is not limited to" other factors outlined by the agency.

Sonia Sotomayor roasted after spreading false information about child COVID hospitalizations

Sonia Sotomayor roasted after spreading false information about child COVID hospitalizations --'We have over 100,000 children...in serious condition, many on ventilators,' Sotomayor claimed | 7 Jan 2022 | Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor came under withering criticism Friday after she falsely suggested that upwards of 100,000 children in the United States are hospitalized from COVID-19, many of them on ventilators. During oral arguments on the Biden regime's mandate on private businesses for employees to be either vaccinated or frequently tested, Sotomayor drastically overstated lied about the number of young people who have fallen severely ill from coronavirus. "We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people severely ill on ventilators. We have over 100,000 children, which we've never had before, in serious condition, many on ventilators," she said. ...According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the seven-day average of pediatric hospitalizations was around 3,700 this week, according to the Washington Post. As with prior strains of the virus, younger people are at far less risk than old ones of severe outcomes from the coronavirus. "It’s actually terrifying that a Supreme Court justice can be so misinformed. The emperor has no clothes," Florida Governor Ron DeSantis's press secretary Christina Pushaw chimed in.

Australian Regime Kidnaps Second Professional Tennis Player This Month

Australian Regime Kidnaps Second Professional Tennis Player This Month | 8 Jan 2022 | The Aussie regime kidnapped a second professional tennis player on Friday. The regime revoked the visa for Czech tennis player Renata Voracova and tossed her into the same detainment camp as Novak Djokovic from Serbia. Czech player Renata Voracova had joined Novak Djokovic in the immigration detention facility on Thursday despite already having been allowed into the country and playing in a match before having her visa canceled. The Australians lured Novak Djokovic to their homeland before tossing him in their COVID detention facility earlier this week. Djokovic claims he had COVID last month and should be released from his internment camp.

Western Carolina University subjects RAs to mandatory 'woke' 'Gender Unicorn' training

Western Carolina University subjects RAs to mandatory 'woke' 'Gender Unicorn' training | 7 Jan 2022 | Resident Assistants at Western Carolina University are subjected to mandatory racial and gender sensitivity training with slides instructing students to avoid certain phrases that could potentially be deemed offensive. In one of the presentations, a slide obtained by Fox News warns students that they are "denying" the "racial experience" of another person if they say, "when I look at you, I don't see color." In another class, titled "Rainbow 101," students are shown a picture of a "gender unicorn" outlining various "gender identities" and "gender expressions" along with a video titled "Human Sexuality Is Complicated..." One of the presenters, a black woman, said she was too afraid to stop her car in northern Georgia because she is black, which prompted a conversation with students about "post traumatic slave disorder." The trainings take place each semester and are mandatory for both new and existing RAs at the school.

Democratic Gov. Inslee wants to make lying a crime - elected officials, candidates who lie about election results could face imprisonment

Democratic Gov. Inslee wants to make lying a crime - elected officials, candidates who lie about election results could face imprisonment | 7 Jan 2022 | Washington Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee is calling on lawmakers in the Evergreen State to make it a crime for "elected officials or candidates for office" to lie about election results. "It should not be legal in the state of Washington for elected officials or candidates for office to willfully lie about these election results," Inslee said, according to a report from the Seattle Times. The legislation would make it a gross misdemeanor for elected officials or candidates for office to lie about the results of an election. However, Inslee said later in an interview on Thursday that there would have to be "knowledge that there’s potential to create violence" for it to be considered a gross misdemeanor. It is not clear yet how a lie would be defined and who would decide whether it is a lie and if it is one that could incite violence.

Provinces could make vaccination mandatory, says federal health minister

Provinces could make vaccination mandatory, says federal health minister --Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says vaccination remains the only way out of the pandemic | 7 Jan 2022 | Provinces are likely to introduce mandatory vaccination policies in the coming months to deal with surging COVID-19 caseloads, Canada's Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said today. He stressed that it's up to the provinces to decide whether to implement mandatory vaccination policies... Robert Strang, chief medical officer for Nova Scotia, told CBC Radio's The House in an interview airing Saturday that his province isn't considering mandatory vaccination but it is looking at increasing the number of places in the province that can be accessed only by those who are fully vaccinated.

Conservative Supreme Court justices grill Biden lawyer on OSHA vaccine requirement

Conservative Supreme Court justices grill Biden lawyer on OSHA vaccine requirement --Justices seem split along ideological lines on vaccine requirements affecting nearly 100 million workers | 7 Jan 2022 | The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Friday in a high-stakes public session to decide whether the U.S. government can begin enforcing sweeping COVID-19 vaccine requirements affecting nearly 100 million workers. For three hours and 40 minutes, the justices heard oral arguments over federal vaccine and testing rules for businesses with 100 employees or more, and on vaccine mandates for health care workers at facilities receiving Medicaid and Medicare funding. Enforcement of the policies, which were announced in November, has been put on hold pending resolution in the high court.

Three Georgia men sentenced to life in prison for 'chilling' Arbery murder

Three Georgia men sentenced to life in prison for 'chilling' Arbery murder | 7 Jan 2022 | A Georgia judge sentenced Travis McMichael and his father Gregory McMichael on Friday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for what he called the "chilling" 2020 murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man running through their mostly white neighborhood in the southern U.S. state. Judge Timothy Walmsley also gave a life sentence to their neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan but ruled that he could seek parole after 30 years in prison, the minimum sentence allowed for murder under Georgia law. Echoing comments made by Arbery's anguished relatives earlier in the hearing at Glynn County Superior Court, the judge condemned the three men for what he described as their mistake of failing to see Arbery as just another neighbor.

Judge Gives FDA Eight Months, Not 75 Years, to Produce Pfizer Safety Data

Judge Gives FDA Eight Months, Not 75 Years, to Produce Pfizer Safety Data --The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will have eight months -- not the 75 years it requested [!] -- to release all documents related to the licensing of Pfizer's Comirnaty COVID vaccine, a federal judge ruled Thursday. | 7 Jan 2022 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will have eight months — not the 75 years it requested — to release all documents related to the licensing of Pfizer's Comirnaty COVID vaccine, a federal judge ruled Thursday. In his ruling, Judge Mark Pittman of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, quoted President John F. Kennedy, writing, "A nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people." Judge Pittman rejected the FDA’s claim that it could release redacted versions of documents at a rate of only 500 pages per month, which would have meant the full cache of documents wouldn’t become public until 2096. The documents in question relate to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed in August 2021 by Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT), a group of more than 30 medical and public health professionals and scientists from institutions such as Harvard, Yale, and UCLA.

COVID-19: Sajid Javid directly challenged on mandatory coronavirus jabs by unvaccinated NHS doctor

COVID-19: Sajid Javid directly challenged on mandatory coronavirus jabs by unvaccinated NHS doctor --Steve James, a consultant anaesthetist who has been treating coronavirus patients since the start of the pandemic, tells Health Secretary Sajid Javid about his displeasure with the government's policy of mandatory vaccination for NHS staff. | 7 Jan 2022 | Health Secretary Sajid Javid has been directly challenged by an unvaccinated hospital consultant over the government's policy of compulsory COVID jabs for NHS staff. During a visit to King's College Hospital in south London, Mr Javid asked staff members on the intensive care unit about their thoughts on new rules requiring vaccination for NHS workers. And Steve James, a consultant anaesthetist who has been treating coronavirus patients since the start of the pandemic, told the health secretary about his displeasure. "I'm not happy about that," he said. "I had COVID at some point, I've got antibodies, and I've been working on COVID ICU since the beginning. "I have not had a vaccination, I do not want to have a vaccination. The vaccines are reducing transmission only for about eight weeks for Delta, with Omicron it's probably less. "And for that, I would be dismissed if I don't have a vaccine? The science isn't strong enough."

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