Donald Trump endorses Leora Levy for U.S. Senate in Connecticut via telephone call

Donald Trump endorses Leora Levy for U.S. Senate in Connecticut via telephone call | 4 Aug 2022 | In a surprise to Republicans, former President Donald Trump endorsed Leora R. Levy for U.S. Senate on Thursday night -- throwing drama into Tuesday's Republican primary. Republican and Democratic insiders had said earlier Thursday that Trump might be making a move for Levy -- and he did several hours later. The endorsement came via a live telephone call during an outdoor gathering for Republicans in Montville that was attended by Levy's two opponents in the primary -- party-endorsed candidate [RINO] Themis Klarides of Madison and conservative Peter Lumaj of Fairfield. The endorsement came in the final days before the primary, and Republicans are already debating how much influence that Trump has over the party in Connecticut. Trump's high-profile endorsements have led to victories for some candidates across the country, while others have been defeated had over a 95% success rate.

Sinema agrees to 'move forward' with social spending and tax bill after Dems make changes

Sinema agrees to 'move forward' with social spending and tax bill after Dems make changes --Sinema support likely sets Manchin-Schumer social spending bill on path to passage | 4 Aug 2022 | Sen. Kyrsten Sinema said Thursday she will "move forward" with the Democrats' social spending and taxation bill, after previously holding out on deal struck by Sen. Joe Manchin and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. "We have agreed to remove the carried interest tax provision, protect advanced manufacturing, and boost our clean energy economy in the Senate's budget reconciliation legislation," Sinema, D-Ariz., said. "Subject to the Parliamentarian's review, I'll move forward." Sinema was widely considered the final senator needed for Democrats to pass the plan on climate, energy, health care and taxes, which, if it becomes law, will cap over a year of intra-party negotiations. With her support, Schumer said he expected all 50 Democrats to vote for the measure.

Kari Lake wins Arizona GOP governor primary as Trump slate sweeps top race

Kari Lake wins Arizona GOP governor primary as Trump slate sweeps top races --She is expected to face off against Katie Hobbs, who is currently Arizona's Secretary of State | 4 Aug 2022 | The Arizona GOP governor primary on Thursday evening was called for candidate Kari Lake, giving former President Donald Trump a clean sweep in the state in Tuesday night's primaries. She is expected to face off against Katie Hobbs, who is currently Arizona's Secretary of State, to replace Republican Gov. Doug Ducey. The Associated Press projected Lake as the winner with about 88.3% of the ballots counted. Lake came in with 46.8% of the vote. Lawyer Karrin Taylor Robson came in second to Lake with 44.0%. Her victory is also a showdown between former President Trump and former Vice President Pence, the latter of whom endorsed Taylor Robson.

Election Desk HQ, AP Call the Race - Kari Lake Wins GOP Primary in Arizona

Election Desk HQ, AP Call the Race - Kari Lake Wins GOP Primary in Arizona --Candidate Wins Every County in Arizona | 4 Aug 2022 | Decision Desk HQ announced on Thursday night that Kari Lake was the winner of the Arizona GOP gubernatorial primary. ABC and The Associated Press also announced Kari Lake as winner tonight... Corrupt Arizona officials stopped counting on Tuesday night after Kari Lake pulled ahead in her race. The state officials then took most of Wednesday off and only released 5,000 more ballots by the end of the day. Tonight they dumped several thousand more votes that put Kari Lake over the top.

Ukrainian forces 'put civilians at risk' - Amnesty

Ukrainian forces 'put civilians at risk' - Amnesty --Kiev is routinely using schools and hospitals as military bases, the rights group says | 4 Aug 2022 | Ukrainian forces appear to have a pattern of placing troops and military vehicles in residential areas, including using hospitals as de facto military bases, Amnesty said on Thursday. Such actions violate international humanitarian law and put civilian lives at risk, the human rights NGO said. The accusation is based on research that Amnesty conducted between April and July in the east of Ukraine. In 19 towns and villages, it found evidence that Ukrainian forces launched strikes from within residential areas. In several cases they were targeted by retaliatory Russian attacks, some of which killed civilians, the report said. In 22 out of the 29 schools visited by Amnesty they said they found evidence of current or prior military activity. In five locations they witnessed Ukrainian troops using hospitals as bases, which was "a clear violation of international humanitarian law."

U.S. announces military activity near Taiwan

Biden is desperate to start WWIII to distract from the U.S. economy which he destroyed: U.S. announces military activity near Taiwan --Chinese drills will not deter the US Navy from operating in the area, the White House said | 5 Aug 2022 | US Navy ships and planes will transit the Taiwan strait in the next two weeks, the White House announced on Thursday. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby condemned Chinese military drills in the area and said the Pentagon had ordered the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan and her escorts to remain near Taiwan to "monitor the situation." The Reagan and her accompanying ships are based in Japan and were deployed to the East China Sea in recent days, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi paid a visit to Taipei against Chinese objections. Beijing has responded to Pelosi’s visit by launching extensive drills around Taiwan and firing a dozen missiles across the island.

Trump blasted by Dick Cheney as former vice president stars in his daughter's latest ad

Trump blasted by war criminal Dick Cheney as former vice president stars in his daughter's latest ad | 4 Aug 2022 | Former Vice President [unindicted war criminal] Dick Cheney calls former President Donald Trump a "coward" and argues that Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming is "fearless," as he stars in the latest ad released by his daughter's re-election campaign. "In our nation's 246-year history, there has never been an individual who is a greater threat to our republic than Donald Trump. He tried to steal the last election using lies and violence to keep himself in power after the voters had rejected him," the elder Cheney says in the ad, which the younger Cheney started running on Thursday, a week and a half before she faces a Trump-endorsed challenger in the Republican congressional primary Wyoming's single congressional seat... Cheney caught a break in March when the Wyoming legislature [insanely] decided against scrapping same-day party registration in primaries, which would have prevented Democrats from crossing party lines and registering as Republicans to vote for her in the state's primary.

Armed guard allegedly thought school shooting was 'drill' with 'good makeup'

Armed guard allegedly thought school shooting was 'drill' with 'good makeup' | 3 Aug 2020 | An attorney representing victims of the Nov. 30, 2021, Oxford High School shooting in Michigan that left four students dead and seven injured revealed on Wednesday that an armed security guard employed by the school district allegedly thought the shooting was a drill with "good makeup." "What we now know is this. When the shots rang out at 12:51…Ms. Potts walked down the hallway, where, ultimately, she found Tate Myre," Johnson said during a Wednesday press conference. "...Tate had already been shot. He was on the ground. Ms. Potts told the investigators that when she looked at Tate, she thought, 'Boy, this ALICE drill -- they’re really using good makeup." Oxford Community School District security guard Kimberly Potts, a 20-year veteran of Oakland County law enforcement, allegedly thought the shooting was an ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) drill even after she saw the body of deceased 16-year-old Myre.

Blake Masters wins Arizona's Republican Senate primary in key battleground state showdown

Blake Masters wins Arizona's Republican Senate primary in key battleground state showdown | 3 Aug 2022 | The Associated Press has called Arizona's Republican Senate primary for venture capitalist Blake Masters, who will face off in November against Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly in a key battleground state race that may determine if the GOP wins back the Senate majority. Masters was the front-runner in the most recent public opinion surveys heading into Tuesday's primary election. The field of contenders also included solar power businessman Jim Lamon, who pumped millions of his own money behind his bid.

Ayman al-Zawahiri 'dead' - Al-Qaeda boss dies from asthma in Afghan mountain hideout, reports claim

Ayman al-Zawahiri 'dead' - Al-Qaeda boss dies from asthma in Afghan mountain hideout, reports claim | 20 Nov 2020 | Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri who took over after the death of Osama bin Laden has reportedly died in Afghanistan. Al-Zawahiri - sometimes dubbed Dr. Death - last appeared in a video message for the group on the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on the US. Arab News reports the terrorist, 68, died of natural causes related to asthma citing four sources in Pakistan and Afghanistan... An al-Qaeda translator told Arab News: "He died last week in Ghazni. He died of asthma because he had no formal treatment." A Pakistani security official added: "We believe he is no longer alive. We are firm that he has died of natural causes." Another source close to al-Qaeda said he died earlier this month and a small number of followers attended his funeral in Ghazni. "What we know is that he was having some breathing issues and has passed away somewhere in Afghanistan," they said.

China suspends 2,000 food products from Taiwan as Nancy Pelosi visits

China suspends 2,000 food products from Taiwan as Nancy Pelosi visits --Taipei perceives bans as retribution for US House Speaker's trip | 2 Aug 2022 | China has blocked imports from hundreds of Taiwanese food producers and temporarily suspended exports of natural sand to the country in what Taipei perceives as the opening shot in a campaign to punish it economically for a visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Since Monday night, when US and Taiwanese officials confirmed that Pelosi would travel to Taiwan to meet President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday, the China Customs Administration has suspended imports of more than 2,000 of about 3,200 food products from Taiwan. ...Analysts and government officials said the move was a huge expansion of such economic warfare.

Senate passes relief act for veteran victims of burn pits

Senate passes relief act for veteran victims of burn pits | 2 Aug 2022 | The Senate on Tuesday passed the PACT Act to provide relief funds to veterans who suffered injuries or health impairment from exposure to burn pits while stationed abroad. The upper chamber passed the measure 86-11 after Republicans initially objected to the bill's passage, according to Business Insider. It previously passed the bill on a 84-14 vote in June, but changes in the reconciliation process led to the holdup. Burn pits are refuse piles the military often employs at its installations in underdeveloped countries. Personnel who serve at locations with burn pits often find themselves exposed to harmful chemicals as a result of burning the waste.

Trump-backed candidate wins crowded GOP primary, will take on Whitmer in November

Trump-backed candidate wins crowded GOP primary, will take on Whitmer in November | 2 Aug 2022 | Republican Michigan gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon has come out on top in a crowded primary field and will face incumbent Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in the November general election. The Associated Press called the race for Dixon with approximately 19% of the vote counted, showing her in the lead with 41% of the vote. Dixon received a last-minute endorsement from former President Donald Trump on Friday, which appeared to help solidly her front-runner status... Whitmer is seeking a second term as governor following a tumultuous few years filled with criticism over her [mis]handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which included a slow economic recovery for the state, a large loss of small businesses, and suffering school performance.

130 Coast Guard Members Sue Federal Government Over Vaccine Mandates

130 Coast Guard Members Sue Federal Government Over Vaccine Mandates | 2 Aug 2022 | More than 130 U.S. Coast Guard members filed a class action lawsuit alleging the religious exemptions they filed in response to the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for military service members were unlawfully denied. The lawsuit, filed July 25 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas -- Galveston Division, also challenges the constitutionality of the mandate. The number of plaintiffs exceeds 130 and will likely end up surpassing 200, according to Dale Saran, one of the attorneys representing the service members. The suit names four defendants: Alejandro Mayorkas, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS); Linda L. Fagan, commandant of the Coast Guard; Lloyd Austin, secretary of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and Dr. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Eastern Kentucky flooding updates: Death toll rises to 37, more rain in forecast

Eastern Kentucky flooding updates: Death toll rises to 37, more rain in forecast | 1 Aug 2022 | The death toll is climbing as recovery efforts continue across several Eastern Kentucky counties ransacked by last week's historic flooding as local and state agencies, as well as national relief organizations, help residents starting to return to their homes and begin the cleanup process. The record floodwaters have killed at least 37 people, including four children, and hundreds of Kentuckians still unaccounted for, Gov. Andy Beshear said Monday. Beshear said the death toll is expected to increase over the coming days as more crews arrive to survey the damage and search along still-swollen rivers and creeks for victims. Joe Biden has approved a major disaster declaration, allowing for use of emergency federal funding to assist recovery efforts in Breathitt, Clay, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Magoffin, Martin, Owsley, Perry, Pike and Wolfe counties.

Chicago Health System to Pay Workers $10 Million in Settlement Over Vaccine Mandate

Chicago Health System to Pay Workers $10 Million in Settlement Over Vaccine Mandate | 1 Aug 2022 | The first settlement in the nation has been reached in a lawsuit filed by medical staff regarding an Illinois university system’s coronavirus vaccine mandate. The Center Square reported Friday: "Chicago-based NorthShore University HealthSystem has agreed to pay more than 500 current and former health-care workers a total of $10,337,500 as part of the terms of the settlement. It's also changing its policy to accommodate religious exemption requests and rehiring former employees who were fired or forced to resign whose exemption requests were denied...The settlement was filed Friday in the federal Northern District Court of Illinois." In a press release, [nonprofit religious freedom organization] Liberty Counsel said the settlement must receive approval from the federal District Court.

Afghans cast doubt on Kabul killing of Al-Qaeda chief

Afghans cast doubt on Kabul killing of Al-Qaeda chief | 2 Aug 2022 | Many Afghans expressed shock or doubt Tuesday that Al-Qaeda's chief had been killed in Kabul by a US drone strike, saying they couldn't believe Ayman Al-Zawahiri had been hiding in their midst. "It's just propaganda," Fahim Shah, 66, a resident of the Afghan capital, told AFP. Late Monday, Joe Biden announced Zawahiri's assassination, saying, "justice has been delivered" to the Egyptian with a $25 million bounty on his head. A senior US official said the 71-year-old was on the balcony of a three-storey house in the upmarket Sherpur neighbourhood when targeted with two Hellfire missiles shortly after dawn Sunday. "We have experienced such propaganda in the past, and there was never anything in it," Shah said. "In reality, I don't think he was killed here."

Pennsylvania's Supreme Court Upholds Mail-In Voting Law on Party-Line Vote

Pennsylvania's Supreme Court Upholds Mail-In Voting Law on Party-Line Vote | 2 Aug2022 | The Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the state's law allowing mail-in voting on a strict party-line vote after the lower court ruled in January that it violated the state's constitution. The state's mail-in voting law, Act 77, was upheld on a 5-2 decision released Tuesday from the state's partisan Supreme Court; only two of the judges are Republican. Justice Sallie Updyke Mundy began her dissent in the case: "Its most glaring omission is its failure to come to grips with the fact that the Pennsylvania Constitution's election-related provisions have been amended on numerous occasions in the 160 years since this Court first explained that by default it requires in-person voting, and in none of those instances have the people of this Commonwealth sought to eliminate, alter, or clarify the textual basis for that ruling as it appears in our organic law..."

Joe Biden's Approval Rating Latest Lowest for Any President

Joe Biden's Approval Rating Latest Lowest for Any President | 1 Aug 2022 | Joe Biden approval ratings have sunk to an all-time low in the most recent Gallup Poll, with just 38 percent of people happy with the job the president is doing. The July survey is the first time that Biden's approval rating has fallen below 40 percent in Gallup's monthly polls since he took office in January 2021. A follow up question found that 45 percent of Americans "strongly" disapprove of Biden's performance, compared to just 13 percent who strongly approve. [Right, so it's time to kill Ayman Al-Zawahiri again. He's "died" about eight times perviously, whenever a president's poll ratings needed a lift.]

German Hospital Federation Demands Withdrawal of Vaccination Mandate After Massive Side Effects Revealed

German Hospital Federation Demands Withdrawal of Vaccination Mandate After Massive Side Effects Revealed | 28 July 2022 | Even after the Ministry of Health admitted on Wednesday that 1 in every 5,000 injections given causes "serious side effects," they continue to mandate Covid "vaccinations." Less than a week after the German Ministry of Health admitted that 1 in 5,000 Covid shots lead to serious side effects, the German hospital federation calls for the vaccination obligation for healthcare personnel to be revoked. "It is not wise to continue with it." Until now, the German Federation of Hospitals (DKG) has favored mandatory vaccination for nursing and care staff. However, according to an official statement, the association, which falls under the Ministry of Health, is now changing its position because the vaccinations have little meaning against the Omicron variant.

Cassidy Hutchinson Reportedly Worked for Trump Nine Weeks After He Left Office

Cassidy Hutchinson Reportedly Worked for Trump Nine Weeks After He Left Office | 2 Aug 2022 | Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who became a star [alleged] witness in the Select Committee on Jan. 6 show trials, continued to work for former President Donald Trump nine weeks after he left office. Hutchinson, according to government documents published by Business Insider, worked as a "coordinator" in Trump's taxpayer-funded post-presidential office from about Jan. 20, 2021, when the Biden presidency began, to April 1, 2021. Records from the General Services Administration show the low-level aid was raking in what would amount to an annual salary of $90,000. The post-presidential employment lasting months after the Jan. 6 riot stands in stark contrast to the narrative Hutchinson presented to lawmakers in June.

Liz Cheney Is Lying About Trump's Inaction on the National Guard

Liz Cheney Is Lying About Trump's Inaction on the National Guard --Before Liz Cheney claimed President Donald Trump took no action on the National Guard, she coordinated a campaign to prevent its deployment. | 2 Aug 2022 | Days before the Capitol riot provoked a years-long effort to impeach, prosecute, and politically malign former President Donald Trump, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney coordinated efforts to deter the very actions she now claims haunt the former president. Cheney has blamed Trump for not ordering the National Guard to defend the Capitol complex, even though multiple sources confirm that he authorized their deployment days prior to the Jan. 6 rally at the White House and riot at the Capitol. Security officials in charge of the Capitol declined to call up troops to protect it, government records show. Yet, Cheney herself seems to have orchestrated opposition to use of the military to quell election-related unrest, allegedly organizing a Washington Post op-ed on Jan. 3, 2021, signed by every living former defense secretary. "All 10 living former defense secretaries: Involving the military in election disputes would cross into dangerous territory," the headline read... The op-ed was allegedly organized by Cheney, whose father was secretary of defense under President George H.W. Bush before serving as President [sic] George W. Bush's vice president. Eric Edelman, a national security adviser to Dick Cheney, told the New Yorker the Wyoming lawmaker "was the one who generated" the piece for the Post.

Al Qaeda leader Zawahiri killed in U.S. drone strike in central Kabul

Al Qaeda leader Zawahiri killed in U.S. drone strike in central Kabul | 2 Aug 2022 | The United States killed al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri [Again?!?] with a drone missile while he stood on a balcony at his home in downtown Kabul, U.S. officials said, the biggest blow to the militants since Osama bin Laden was shot dead more than a decade ago. Afghanistan's Taliban government has not confirmed the death of Zawahiri, an Egyptian surgeon who had a $25 million bounty on his head and helped to coordinate the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States that killed nearly 3,000 people. U.S. officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said Zawahiri was killed when he came out on the balcony of his safe house in the Afghan capital at 6:18 a.m. (0148 GMT) on Sunday and was hit by Hellfire missiles from a U.S. drone. [Notice that on the day when Joe Biden's approval rating his the lowest in recorded history for a pResident - 38% - al-Zawahiri is killed...again! See: Al-Zawahiri is back from the dead again, giving interviews! By Lori Price 28 Nov 2008.]

Al-Qaeda No. 2 May be Injured, Possibly Re-killed By Lori Price 02 Aug 2008

Dead, now wounded or re-killed!

Four days after the CIA re-killed Abu Khabab al-Masri (aka Midhat Mursi) who 'died' in January 2006, CBS News 'exclusively reports' that al-Qaeda #2 (tons of those, btw) Ayman al-Zawahiri was injured and 'believed to be somewhere in Pakistan's remote tribal areas' (so he can be re-killed during a 'bad news' week for the Bush administration). Al-Zawarhiri has a US$25 million reward on his head. ROFL! Someone is making more money on these bounties than Exxon Mobil makes in an hour!

Ayman al-Zawahiri Killed in Predator Strike? 02 Aug 2008 Al Qaeda number 2 Ayman al-Zawahiri was severely wounded in a US predator strike earlier this week, CBS is reporting. Ayman al-Zawahiri - the second most powerful leader in al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden’s No. 2 - may be critically wounded and possibly dead, CBS News chief foreign affairs correspondent Lara Logan reports exclusively... A counter-intelligence expert and other U.S. officials confirmed to CBS News that the U.S. is looking into reports that al-Zawahiri is dead.

CBS News reports:

Exclusive: Al Qaeda No. 2 Injured? Unverified Letter Obtained By CBS News Urgently Requests Doctor to Treat Ayman al-Zawahiri01 Aug 2008 Ayman al-Zawahiri - the second most powerful leader in al Qaeda [al-CIAduh] and Osama Bin Laden's No. 2 - may be critically wounded and possibly dead, CBS News reports exclusively. CBS News has obtained a copy of an intercepted letter from sources in Pakistan, which urgently requests a doctor to treat al-Zawahiri. He's believed to be somewhere in Pakistan's remote tribal areas. The letter refers to Sheikh Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri by name - and says that he is in "severe pain" and his "injuries are infected." It is reportedly written by local Taliban leader, Baitullah Mehsud, whose signature and seal are visible on the letter. The Taliban logo and the Mehsud's seal have been confirmed by experts as legitimate. The letter is dated July 29 - one day after a U.S. air strike that [re-]killed al Qaeda weapons expert Abu Khabab al-Masri, and five other Arabs in South Waziristan.

Pelosi's trip to Taiwan is designed by US to start conflict - analyst

Pelosi's trip to Taiwan is designed by US to start conflict - analyst | 2 Aug 2022 | Senior US officials have dismissed the possible visit to Taiwan by the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi as of no significance and stated that if China acts to oppose it, the ensuing conflict would be Beijing's fault. But researcher Tim Anderson told RT, the move appears to be a pre-planned provocation meant to trigger a major confrontation with China. "They say 'this is China's war' as they said Ukraine was Russia's war," he said, referring to Moscow's failed effort to get security guarantees from the US before it launched a military attack against its neighbor in late February...Pelosi "is going in there with a military escort, there are a number of large warships going with her," he noted, referring to the reported deployment by the US Navy to ensure the safety of the congressional delegation. Considering that Washington formally recognized Taiwan as part of China, the move can be considered a "military incursion" into Chinese territory, Anderson suggested.

WEF Issues Edict to Global Leaders: Phase Out Car Ownership, People Can 'Walk or Share'

WEF Issues Edict to Global Leaders: Phase Out Car Ownership, People Can 'Walk or Share' | 23 July 2022 | Earlier this month, Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum ordered compliant governments around the world to increase the already sky-high price of gas. Now the WEF is claiming people have no right to own cars and must instead "walk or share." In a paper published by the WEF on Friday, the globalist elites claim that communal sharing of cars is part of a "circular approach" necessary to reduce global demands for precious metals and fossil fuels. Thousands of private jets fly into Davos each year for the WEF's summit, but according to Klaus Schwab, ordinary people should not own their own car.

Los Angeles Ends Citizenship Requirement for Government Jobs

Los Angeles Ends Citizenship Requirement for Government Jobs | 1 Aug 2022 | People in the United States illegally can now work for Los Angeles County with no requirement to provide proof of citizenship. Last week, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to allow non-citizens to work in government positions provided the position does not conflict with state or federal law. People will still be required to provide proof of citizenship to work for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Authored by Chair Hilda l. Solis and co-authored by Sheila Kuehl, the policy allegedly aims to better represent the "community" in city government.

LIV Golf crowd shouts 'Let's go, Brandon' to Trump, Greene, Carlson

LIV Golf crowd shouts 'Let's go, Brandon' to Trump, Greene, Carlson | 1 Aug 2022 | Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) were among the GOP figures who joined former President Trump at the LIV Golf event at his Bedminster Golf Club in New Jersey this weekend. At one point, the crowd gathered near where the trio were watching the action, in a tent just off a tee box, and broke out in a "Let's Go, Brandon" chant, an online joke turned political slogan popularized on the right by critics of Joe Biden. Carlson, Greene and Trump are all seen smiling on the video, with the former president giving the crowd several fist bumps and egging them on.

Thousands of western Pennsylvania Democrats are leaving for the Republican Party. No one seems sure why

Thousands of western Pennsylvania Democrats are leaving for the Republican Party. No one seems sure why | 1 Aug 2022 | A significant number of voters in western Pennsylvania are leaving the Democratic Party to become Republicans ahead of the 2022 midterms, a trend that’s taken shape over several years and has both parties split on what the reason for the pattern is. From Jan. 1 to July 25, more than 8,100 Democrats changed their voter registration to Republican in Allegheny County and the adjacent Armstrong, Butler, Beaver, Washington and Westmoreland counties., according to Pennsylvania Department of State data. Less than a third of that number -- 2,500 -- made the change in the opposite direction, and Republicans have held a similar advantage in persuading independents and third-party registrants to come aboard.

University of Michigan Refuses to Consider Mom of Five For a Heart Transplant Over COVID Vaccine

University of Michigan Refuses to Consider Mom of Five For a Heart Transplant Over COVID Vaccine | 1 Aug 2022 | Despite a mother of five's desperate appeal to the University of Michigan (UM) hospital for a life-saving heart transplant, the state-run facility will not budge from its refusal to consider her for surgery until she is vaccinated against COVID-19. The university hospital, which has deep ties to vaccine maker Pfizer, also denied 35-year-old Katie Shier's application for a religious exemption. In a recent, heart-wrenching email about her condition, Katie Shier describes how the pump she relies on to keep her heart beating has become engulfed in a bacteria that is no longer responding to the series of antibiotics she’s been prescribed by University of Michigan doctors. As a result, Shier has been repeatedly hospitalized for blood infections. She and her husband Ron are worried it will eventually lead to sepsis, which can be fatal. "It just feels like no one at UM cares what they are doing to us and to our kids," Ron Shier told The Epoch Times.

Japanese Government Pays Family for Death Tied to COVID Shot

Japanese Government Pays Family for Death Tied to COVID Shot | 31 July 2022 | On July 25, 2022, a committee of Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced that it would provide a lump-sum death benefit of ¥44.2 million ($324,000), plus an additional ¥212,000 for funeral expenses, to the family of an elderly woman who died shortly after receiving a COVID-19 shot. The committee determined there was a causal relationship between the vaccination and the woman's death. The payment was the first such payment by the Japanese government for a death linked to COVID vaccination. According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the woman "developed an acute allergic reaction and acute myocardial infarction (heart attack) after the vaccination, and died." ...Some 3,680 other people in Japan have filed applications with the health ministry for vaccine-injury related compensation and have had them reviewed.

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