CNN medical analyst: life 'needs to be hard' for unvaccinated Americans

CNN medical analyst: life 'needs to be hard' for unvaccinated Americans --Wen urged President Biden to get behind 'vaccine credentialing' | 10 July 2021 | CNN medical contributor Dr. Leana Wen suggested Saturday that life needs to be "hard" for Americans who have not received a[n experimental] COVID-19 vaccine and individuals who refuse to get shots should perhaps face weekly testings. "It needs to be hard for people to remain unvaccinated," Wen, the former Planned Parenthood president, said. "Right now, it's kind of the opposite." Unvaccinated people, she fretted, can at the moment go about their lives as normal without any consequence.

Oregon may use National Guard for door-to-door COVID questions

Oregon may use National Guard for door-to-door COVID questions --Health official: 'We’re looking to bring on a team' | 9 July 2021 | After Joe Biden's recent COVID move – a door-to-door visit to Americans to promote vaccines – was announced, one member of Congress openly suggested while the door knocks this year may concern COVID vaccinations, those next year might be about collecting Americans' guns. But a report from Press California explains Oregon already is considering ways to implement Biden's agenda, and "one tactic could be to send out the National Guard to neighborhoods." The state actually has some 70% of is residents vaccinated, but "that's not enough, according to zealous public health bureaucrats," the report said. "In the state's fourth most populous county, which includes the college town of Eugene, National Guard members may be among the teams designated to persuade people to take the shots, according to Jason Davis, Public Information Officer with Lane County Public Health," the report explained.

Arizona Lawmaker Advises People to Put Up 'No Trespassing' Signs to Deter Door-to-Door Vaccine Checks

Arizona Lawmaker Advises People to Put Up 'No Trespassing' Signs to Deter Door-to-Door Vaccine Checks | 8 July 2021 | Earlier this week, Joe Biden lobbied for higher numbers of Americans to get vaccinated even if it means going "community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, and oft-times door to door, literally knocking on doors." Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich was quick to respond. In a July 6 letter to the Biden administration, Brnovich said he was "greatly alarmed" by remarks indicating the possible use of medical records to obtain contact information on Americans who haven’t been vaccinated. "If this is the case, this is a severe breach of privacy, and I will not tolerate such intrusions within Arizona," Brnovich wrote. Arizona state Sen. Kelly Townsend, a Republican, advised Arizona residents to put up "no trespassing" signs to ward off government compliance checkers. "I have spoken to local law enforcement, and if you don't want the Federal government on your property asking about vaccines, they advise you to post a no trespassing sign in a visible location. This is a prerequisite to [being] able to charge someone for being there against your will," Townsend wrote on Twitter on July 7.

Avenatti sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for extortion

Avenatti sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for extortion --U.S. District Judge Paul G. Gardephe called Avenatti's conduct 'outrageous' | 7 July 2021 | A tearful, repentant Michael Avenatti, the brash lawyer who once represented Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump, was sentenced Thursday to 2 1/2 years in prison for trying to extort up to $25 million from Nike by threatening the company with bad publicity. Avenatti, 50, rose to prominence by sparring publicly with Trump, but criminal fraud charges on two coasts disrupted his rapid ascent. He was convicted last year of attempted extortion and other charges in connection with his representation of a Los Angeles youth basketball league organizer who was upset that Nike had ended its league sponsorship.

Biden says US war in Afghanistan will end August 31

Biden says US war in Afghanistan will end August 31 | 8 July 2021 | Joe Biden on Thursday said the U.S. military mission [sic] in Afghanistan will conclude on Aug. 31, saying "speed is safety" as the United States seeks to end the nearly 20-year war... The administration in recent days has repeatedly sought to frame ending the conflict as a decision that Biden made after concluding it's an "unwinnable war" and one that "does not have a military solution." "How many more, how many more thousands of American daughters and sons are you willing to risk?" Biden said to those calling for the U.S. to extend the military operation. He added, "I will not send another generation of Americans to war in Afghanistan, with no reasonable expectation of achieving a different outcome." [Osama bin Laden was a Saudi, who died in December 2001. Aside from cultivating the CIA's poppy fields and opium routes, why has the US been in Afghanistan for *twenty years?*]

Hartford offering $250 for residents who get the COVID-19 vaccine, post about it on social media

Hartford offering $250 for residents who get the COVID-19 vaccine, post about it on social media | 7 July 2021 | The city of Hartford is offering $250 to the first 200 residents who get the coronavirus vaccine this month and post about it on social media. To qualify, Hartford residents must get the shot, then post a video about it on social media and email the link or the video itself to vaccine at hartford dot gov. This is the second incentive in two weeks the city has announced for residents... Connecticut is also offering its own incentives: concert tickets. [What about the vaccine inury pictures? Do those get posted to social media, too?]

'How Old Are You, 14?' Biden Asks Little Girl If She's a Teenager During Tour of Child Development Center in Illinois

'How Old Are You, 14?' Biden Asks Little Girl If She's a Teenager During Tour of Child Development Center in Illinois | 7 July 2021 | Joe Biden on Wednesday traveled to Illinois to promote his infrastructure bill. Biden was greeted by 1,000 Trump supporters as he arrived in Crystal Lake. As he toured a child development center, Biden beelined it to a little girl as soon as he entered one of the classrooms. He leaned down in the little girl's face and asked her if she's a teenager. "How old are you, 14?" Biden said to the adorable 4-year-old.

1/6 Photos, Videos Show Potential Undercover Feds Participate in Violence, Assault Trump Supporters Trying to De-Escalate

1/6 Photos, Videos Show Potential Undercover Feds Participate in Violence, Assault Trump Supporters Trying to De-Escalate --How many of these people were working with or for the FBI, local police, or federal law enforcement? | 7 July 2021 | Following explosive reports from Revolver News pertaining to the US government's apparent infiltration of patriot groups ahead of the events at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, National File has obtained exclusive footage and photos of the assault on the doors of the Capitol building leading to the inaugural stage, depicting individuals who were potentially working with or for the FBI, local police, or federal law enforcement observing, instigating, and participating in the violence...National File has obtained exclusive footage and photos from the chaotic scene on the Inaugural stage near the doors of the Capitol building on January 6, showcasing individuals who may have been working with or for the FBI, local police, or federal law enforcement, observing, instigating, and ultimately participating in the assault under the guise of being members of Patriot groups like the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, and Three Percenters.

Trump sues Facebook, Twitter, Google for 'censorship of the American people'

Trump sues Facebook, Twitter, Google for 'censorship of the American people' | 7 July 2021 | President Donald Trump filed suits Wednesday against Big Tech titans Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for shuttering his accounts and taking similar actions against other conservatives in what he called the "illegal and shameful censorship of the American people." The class-action filings seek unspecified damages for alleged First Amendment violations that Trump said could total "trillions" of dollars. Trump is also asking federal judges to overturn the controversial immunity protections granted to internet companies in 1996 by declaring Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act unconstitutional. "We're asking the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida to order an immediate halt to stop social media companies' illegal and shameful censorship of the American people. That's exactly what they're doing," he said.

Federal Judge Rejects Challenge to Georgia Voting Law

Federal Judge Rejects Challenge to Georgia Voting Law | 7 July 2021 | A federal judge in Georgia declined to block portions of the recently passed Georgia election law after an organization filed a legal challenge that sought to invalidate parts of the mandate. The Coalition for Good Governance, a left-leaning group that describes itself as an election security group, opposed the Election Integrity Act of 2021's provision that voters request absentee ballots at least 11 days ahead of Election Day... But U.S. District Judge J.P. Boulee, in ruling against the petition, said he wouldn't "change the law in the ninth inning" in reference to ongoing runoff elections for seats in the Georgia state House.

'Entire paragraph of lies': Carlson fires back at NSA after spy organization claims he is not their target in 'non-denial denial'

'Entire paragraph of lies': Carlson fires back at NSA after spy organization claims he is not their target in 'non-denial denial' | 30 June 2021 | Accused by Fox's Tucker Carlson of snooping through his emails, the National Security Agency insisted the host is not “an intelligence target” in a carefully worded reply that was blasted by critics as deliberately vague. The spy agency took to Twitter on Tuesday to respond to Carlson's charges that he was surveilled -- made during a segment of his show the night prior -- calling the allegations "untrue." ...While Carlson noted that he tried to contact NSA Director Paul Nakasone, he said he could not get through. He was eventually able to reach lower-level officials, but said they declined to answer his questions directly. “Orwellian does not begin to describe the experience,” Carlson said of his exchange with the agency, adding that the officials “refused to say” whether they had spied on his communications.

'It's confirmed, it's true': Fox News host Tucker Carlson says NSA leaked his emails to journalists

'It's confirmed, it's true': Fox News host Tucker Carlson says NSA leaked his emails to journalists | 7 Jul, 2021 | The NSA has shown journalists the content of Tucker Carlson's illegally obtained emails, the Fox News host has revealed, calling it a "totally dysfunctional, out-of-control third-world system" of targeting political opposition. Carlson, who hosts the most-watched cable show in the US, announced last week that the spy agency had been monitoring him -- in violation of its constitutional mandate to spy on foreigners only -- and claimed it was done to pressure and discredit him. The NSA denial only said Carlson was not a "target," but did not dispute the substance of his allegations. On Wednesday, Carlson appeared on a Fox Business morning show and revealed that the NSA actually shared the content of his emails to at least one reporter.

Pennsylvania Senate Chairman Initiates Forensic Probe of 2020, 2021 Elections

Pennsylvania Senate Chairman Initiates Forensic Probe of 2020, 2021 Elections | 7 July 2021 | A Pennsylvania senator on Wednesday announced that he has triggered a forensic investigation of the 2020 and 2021 elections. State Sen. Doug Mastriano, a Republican, issued letters to several counties requesting information and materials that he said would enable an investigation. The counties, which includes Philadelphia and York counties, represent different geographical regions and include ones that lean Republican and others that lean Democratic, Mastriano said in an op-ed sent to news outlets.

White House: Biden Would 'Certainly Support' States Re-imposing COVID-19 Restrictions

White House: Biden Would 'Certainly Support' States Re-imposing COVID-19 Restrictions | 7 July 2021 | Joe Biden would "certainly support" states if they re-impose lockdowns over COVID-19, said White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday. When asked by a reporter whether the White House would reimpose such restrictions, Psaki deferred to the states. "We certainly support their decisions to implement measures that they think will help their community safe [sic]," she said. "States are going to have to make evaluations and local communities are going to have to make evaluations about what is in their interest."

How a Marxist of Twenty-Five Years Became a Misesian Libertarian

How a Marxist of Twenty-Five Years Became a Misesian Libertarian (Opinion) By CLG Founder, Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. | 6 July 2021 | In the fall of 2016, I was a left communist. As I will show below, I came to this position after a circuitous tour through numerous sects of Marxism. A year later, I had thoroughly renounced Marxism and embraced the views of free market economists and philosophers Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard. How did a career world tourist of left intellectual and radical movements find a home in libertarian social and economic thought? And why did it take twenty-five years to defect? ...Except for the brush with the ISO and an activist stint after the 2000 presidential election, when I’d founded the site CLG News, I had never been involved in practical politics.

From 'Event 201' to 'Cyber Polygon': The WEF's Simulation of a Coming 'Cyber Pandemic'

From 'Event 201' to 'Cyber Polygon': The WEF's Simulation of a Coming 'Cyber Pandemic' | 7 July 2021 | On Wednesday, the World Economic Forum (WEF), along with Russia's Sberbank and its cybersecurity subsidiary BI.ZONE announced that a new global cyberattack simulation would take place this coming July to instruct participants in "developing secure ecosystems" by simulating a supply-chain cyberattack similar to the recent SolarWinds hack that would “assess the cyber resilience" of the exercise's participants. On the newly updated event website, the simulation, called Cyber Polygon 2021, ominously warns that given the digitalization trends largely spurred by the COVID-19 crisis, "a single vulnerable link is enough to bring down the entire system, just like the domino effect," adding that "a secure approach to digital development today will determine the future of humanity for decades to come."

Russia is ready to respond 'harshly and decisively' to any future US power plays, country's foreign minister Lavrov warns Washington

Russia is ready to respond 'harshly and decisively' to any future US power plays, country's foreign minister Lavrov warns Washington | 6 July 2021 | Moscow's most senior diplomat has said that his country will not allow the US to dictate negotiations and relations from an unequal position of power, insisting that it would view any such attempts as an escalation of hostilities. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Russian President Vladimir Putin "has made it clear, including publicly, that achieving results is only possible through finding a mutually acceptable balance of interests on a strictly equal basis." Despite constructive talks between Putin and his American counterpart, Joe Biden, in Geneva last month, Lavrov said that Washington's officials had made a return to "lecturing" the Kremlin.

Eric Adams wins Democratic primary in NYC's mayoral race

Eric Adams wins Democratic primary in NYC's mayoral race --Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has won the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City | 6 July 2021 | Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has won the Democratic primary for mayor of New York City after appealing to the political center and promising to strike the right balance between fighting crime and ending racial injustice in policing. A former police captain, Adams would be the city's second Black mayor if elected. He triumphed over a large Democratic field in New York's first major race to use ranked choice voting.

Biden admin launching 'door-to-door' push to vaccinate Americans, sparks major backlash

Biden admin launching 'door-to-door' push to vaccinate Americans, sparks major backlash | 6 July 2021 | The Biden administration is launching a new "door-to-door" effort to vaccinate Americans after falling short of its Fourth of July goal of having 70 percent of the adult population with at least one shot of the coronavirus vaccine. Joe Biden pitched his plan to boost the vaccinated population during remarks he made on Tuesday. "Now we need to go community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood and oftentimes door-to-door, literally knocking on doors, to get help to the remaining people protected from the virus," Biden said. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki also referred to the "door-to-door" effort while listing the five objectives of Biden's COVID response earlier in the day at Tuesday's briefing... Critics were quick to slam the new initiative on social media, including several GOP lawmakers..."It's NONE of the governments [sic] business knowing who has or hasn't been vaccinated," Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Az., expressed. [We'll take your shot after you take ours.]

Michigan boy dies in his sleep three days after getting vaccine

Michigan boy dies in his sleep three days after getting vaccine | 5 July 2021 | A 13-year-old Michigan boy died in his sleep three days after receiving the coronavirus vaccine in June and the Centers for Disease Control has opened an investigation into the death, a report said on Sunday. Jacob Clynick -- who was preparing to enter high school in the fall -- received his second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a Walgreens in Zilwaukee, Mich. on June 13, his aunt told the Detroit Free Press. Jacob was healthy and had no underlying health conditions...On June 15, two nights after receiving the second dose, Jacob complained of a stomach ache before going to sleep and never woke up.

Pfizer vaccine protection against infection declines to 64% in Israel

Pfizer vaccine protection against infection declines to 64% in Israel | 5 July 2021 | Israel on Monday reported that the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine decreased in preventing infections and symptomatic illness. The vaccine effectiveness of preventing infection and symptomatic disease fell to 64% since June 6, the Health Ministry said, Reuters reported. The good news is the vaccine was 93% effective in preventing serious illness from the coronavirus, including hospitalizations.

Remaining portion of Florida condo leveled in controlled demolition

Remaining portion of Florida condo leveled in controlled demolition | 4 July 2021 | The precarious, remaining portion of a collapsed Florida condo building was demolished Sunday night -- clearing the way for rescue teams to resume their search for any possible survivors. The timing of the demolition of the unstable structure was announced just hours earlier by Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, who said bringing the building down is necessary for work to continue at the site. At about 10:30 p.m., the rigged explosives were set off, leveling the building and leaving behind a cloud of dust and debris over the area.

Judge rejected woman's request to save pet before Florida condo razed

Judge rejected woman's request to save pet before Florida condo razed | 5 July 2021 | A woman filed an emergency petition with a court to save a stranded pet from the remaining portion of the collapsed Florida condo building -- but it was denied and the structure was razed an hour later. Attorney Paula Phillips filed the request in Miami-Dade Circuit at 9:30 p.m. Sunday on behalf of Stacey Karron, a paralegal and animal rescue volunteer who sought to enter the doomed building to save the animal, the Miami Herald reported. The motion stated that Karron would have released anyone from liability had she injured herself trying to get the animal, a rescue and emotional support pet for its owner, according to the paper. The name of the stranded pet was not mentioned in a hearing or the motion, but it may be a cat named Coco who lived in a fourth-floor unit with a 89-year-old woman and her daughter, according to the Herald.

Prepare for mandatory COVID vaccines in September, Army tells commands

Prepare for mandatory COVID vaccines in September, Army tells commands | 2 July 2021 | The Army has directed commands to prepare to administer mandatory COVID-19 vaccines as early as Sept. 1, pending full Food and Drug Administration licensure, Army Times has learned. The directive came from an execute order sent to the force by Department of the Army Headquarters. Army Times obtained a portion of a recent update to HQDA EXORD 225-21, COVID-19 Steady State Operations. "Commanders will continue COVID-19 vaccination operations and prepare for a directive to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for service members [on or around] 01 September 2021, pending full FDA licensure," the order said. "Commands will be prepared to provide a backbrief on servicemember vaccination status and way ahead for completion once the vaccine is mandated." EXORDS are utilized when the president directs the defense secretary to execute a military operation.

Trump adviser Jason Miller launches 'cancel-free' social media platform

Trump adviser Jason Miller launches 'cancel-free' social media platform --GETTR officially launched on July 4 to declare 'independence' from Big Tech | 4 July 2021 | Former Donald Trump senior adviser Jason Miller launched a new social media platform on Sunday, using the July 4 holiday to declare "independence" from Big Tech. Miller announced that the platform, which he calls "GETTR" and says evolved from the idea of "getting together" as a community on social media, officially launched at 10 a.m. ET. "GETTR is a direct challenge to the social media oligarchs from Silicon Valley, and what better day to declare independence from their woke tyranny than July 4th?" Miller, GETTR's chief executive officer, said in a statement.

Biden nominates UPenn president for ambassadorship following China disclosure complaint

Biden buries this announcement on the Saturday of a holiday weekend: Biden nominates UPenn president for ambassadorship following China disclosure complaint --The National Legal and Policy Center filed a complaint against UPenn in 2020, alleging it failed to disclose millions of dollars in donations from China | 3 July 2021 | Joe Biden has nominated the China-linked president of the University of Pennsylvania to be the next U.S. ambassador to Germany. Amy Gutmann is the Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science...and has been president of UPenn since 2004. Between 2013 and last year, the university allegedly received tens of millions in undisclosed donations from China, according to the National Legal and Policy Center, a conservative-leaning public ethics group. And the dollar totals dramatically increased after the school opened its Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement. The NLPC filed a complaint against UPenn last year, alleging $22 million in "anonymous" donations from the country for the Biden Center and $70 million from China in total.

Court rules only 152 died of COVID-19 in Portugal - not 17,000

Court rules only 152 died of COVID-19 in Portugal - not 17,000 | 2 July 2021 | Following a citizen's petition, the Administrative Court of the Circle of Lisbon provided verified COVID-19 data showing that only 152 patients died from the disease from January 2020 to April 2021, not 17,000 as Portuguese authorities claim. The remaining deaths were attributed to various causes. Nonetheless, some experts remain skeptical about whether even those 152 deaths are actually due to COVID-19. In a recent article on his blog, Andre Dias, a lung disease specialist from the University of Tromso - The Arctic University of Norway, said the ruling's reference to 152 death certificates being issued "under Justice Ministry supervision" is suspicious since all death certificates are issued under the auspices of Portugal's Ministry of Justice. Therefore, death certificates for the others who supposedly died of COVID-19 could've only been issued by those same auspices.

Rumsfeld admitted that the Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion dollars

Rumsfeld flashback: Rumsfeld admitted that the Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion dollars | 2001 | The U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld admitted the day before the attack that the Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion dollars. The claim is based on a quote from Donald Rumsfeld from September 10, 2001: "According to some estimates, we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions." The claim supports the conspiracy theory that the terror attack against the Pentagon was supposedly a so-called false flag operation. [Six ways to Sunday. Make no mistake about it: the same cabal behind 9/11 is wrapped up in the COVID/vaccine creation. Trillions made then - trillions made now. See how that works? --LRP] Rumsfeld had knowledge that the terror attack would take place the next day, knowing that the news of the missing trillions would be buried in the massive media cover of the attack. The hijacked Flight 77 was intended to impact the Pentagon at the exact spot where the documents that would reveal the fraud would be. The impact and the subsequent damage and fires were then to destroy the evidence.

Donald H. Rumsfeld, Defense Secretary During Iraq War, Is Dead at 88

Donald H. Rumsfeld, Defense Secretary During Iraq War, Is Dead at 88 | 1 July 2021 | Donald H. Rumsfeld, the secretary of defense for Presidents Gerald R. Ford and George W. Bush, who presided over America's Cold War strategies in the 1970s and, in the new world of terrorism decades later, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, died on Tuesday at his home in Taos, N.M. He was 88. The cause was multiple myeloma, said Keith Urbahn, a spokesman for the family... In his 2011 memoir, Known and Unknown, Mr. Rumsfeld, more than four years out of office, still expressed no regrets over the decision to [illegally] invade Iraq, which had cost the United States $700 billion and 4,400 American lives, insisting that the removal of President Hussein had justified the effort.

Bagram: Last US and Nato forces leave key Afghanistan base

Bagram: Last US and Nato forces leave key Afghanistan base | 2 July 2021 | The last US and Nato forces have left Afghanistan's Bagram airbase, the centre of the war against militants for some 20 years, US officials say. The pull-out could signal that the complete withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan is imminent. Joe Biden has said US forces will be gone by 11 September... Some 2,500-3,500 US troops were thought to be still in Afghanistan until recently and when they depart, fewer than 1,000 American soldiers will remain.

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