New York Times Forced to Admit it Inflated Number of Children Hospitalized by COVID to 14 Times Higher Than Reality

New York Times Forced to Admit it Inflated Number of Children Hospitalized by COVID to 14 Times Higher Than Reality | 9 Oct 2021 | The New York Times was forced to issue a correction admitting it had inflated the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations of children by more than 800,000. The Times published an article Wednesday discussing the possibility of single-dose COVID-19 vaccines for children. In the original version, reporter Apoorva Mandavilli wrote "[n]early 900,000 children have been hospitalized with Covid-19 since the pandemic began." On Thursday, the Times corrected the article to say "[m]ore than 63,000 children were hospitalized with Covid-19 from August 2020 to October 2021."

Art gallery repping Hunter Biden received $500K federal COVID loan, records show

Art gallery repping Hunter Biden received $500K federal COVID loan, records show | 9 Oct 2021 | A federal COVID loan to the art gallery repping Hunter Biden more than doubled after his father took office, records show. The Georges Berges Gallery initially received a $150,000 COVID "disaster assistance loan" from the Small Business Administration last year, according to public records. But the loan was recently "revised," with the SBA approving a further $350,000 to the SoHo gallery this summer, records show. The approval came on July 26, in the lead-up to Berges's exclusive marketing of 15 paintings by Joe Biden's scandal-scarred son, public records show. In addition to the COVID disaster assistance loans, the SoHo gallery received nearly $80,000 in two payments in April 2020 and February 2021 under the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program, funds meant to help businesses keep up with paychecks to employees during the pandemic. All tolled, $580,000 in taxpayer-funded COVID relief aid was doled out to a gallery with only two employees, according to SBA records.

Court Sides With Unvaccinated Michigan Athletes in Mandate Case

Court Sides With Unvaccinated Michigan Athletes in Mandate Case | 9 Oct 2021 | Sixteen unvaccinated athletes won another round in their legal battle to play sports, despite Western Michigan University's mandate that all of its inter-collegiate athletes get the COVID-19 vaccination shot. In a unanimous published decision issued Oct. 7, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in Cincinnati, Ohio, held that the university violated the athletes’ First Amendment rights. All 16 athletes had filed for religious exemptions, which, according to the court, the university "ignored or denied." The three-judge panel denied a request by the university to stay a lower court's preliminary injunction that stopped it from enforcing the vaccination mandate.

New York Times Pens Major Correction After Overstating Child COVID-19 Hospitalizations By Over 800,000

New York Times Pens Major Correction After Overstating Child COVID-19 Hospitalizations By Over 800,000 --NYT also corrected its previous lie that Sweden and Denmark did not halt use of Moderna vaccine | 8 Oct 2021 | The New York Times issued a correction Thursday saying it severely misreported the number of child COVID-19 hospitalizations in the United States by over 800,000 cases. The NY Times report, "A New Vaccine Strategy for Children: Just One Dose, for Now," first reported that about "900,000 children have been hospitalized" with the virus since the start of the pandemic in early 2020. However, the article has since been corrected to say, "More than 63,000 children were hospitalized with COVID-19 from August 2020 to October 2021." A note from the editor was added to the article. "An earlier version of this article incorrectly described actions taken by regulators in Sweden and Denmark," the correction also said. "They have halted use of the Moderna vaccine in children; they have not begun offering single doses." The article, the editor added, "also misstated the number of COVID hospitalizations in U.S. children. It is more than 63,000 from August 2020 to October 2021, not 900,000 since the beginning of the pandemic."

Appeals court puts temporary hold on judge's order blocking Texas 6-week abortion ban

Appeals court puts temporary hold on judge's order blocking Texas 6-week abortion ban | 8 Oct 2021 | A federal appeals court on Friday night put a temporary hold on a judge's order that had blocked Texas' six-week abortion ban. The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals acted swiftly to grant Texas' request for an administrative stay of the order, which it had filed Friday afternoon. The state's move came after US District Judge Robert Pitman just days earlier issued a sweeping order blocking the law at the request of the US Justice Department, which had brought a legal challenge last month. On Friday night, the New Orleans-based appellate court also asked for the Justice Department to respond by 5 p.m. local time on Tuesday to a request by Texas that Pitman's order be frozen while its appeal is considered by the 5th Circuit.

Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions | 6 Oct 2021 | A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Texas to suspend the most restrictive abortion law in the U.S., calling it an "offensive deprivation" of a constitutional right by banning most abortions in the nation's second-most populous state since September. The order by U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman is the first legal blow to the Texas law known as Senate Bill 8, which until now had withstood a wave of early challenges... Texas officials swiftly told the court of their intention to seek a reversal from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which previously allowed the restrictions to take effect.

AG Merrick Garland's Daughter Married to Co-Founder of Education Company Selling Critical Race Theory Resource Material to School Districts

AG Merrick Garland's Daughter Married to Co-Founder of Education Company Selling Critical Race Theory Resource Material to School Districts | 5 Oct 2021 | U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland recently instructed the FBI to begin investigating parents who confront school board administrators over Critical Race Theory indoctrination material. The U.S. Department of Justice issued a memorandum to the FBI instructing them to initiate investigations of any parent attending a local school board meeting who might be viewed as confrontational, intimidating or harassing. Attorney General Merrick Garland's daughter is Rebecca Garland.  In 2018 Rebecca Garland married Xan Tanner [LINK].  Mr. Xan Tanner is the current co-founder of a controversial education service company called Panorama Education. [LINK and LINK]  Panorama Education is the "social learning" resource material provider to school districts and teachers that teach Critical Race Theory. Yes, the Attorney General is instructing the FBI to investigate parents who might pose a financial threat to the business of his daughter's husband.

Florida State Board Sanctions Eight School Districts for Defying Ban on Mask Mandates

Florida State Board Sanctions Eight School Districts for Defying Ban on Mask Mandates | 8 Oct 2021 | The Florida Department of Education on Thursday sanctioned eight Florida school districts for defying the state's ban on school mask mandates. School districts in Brevard, Broward, Duval, Hillsborough, Leon, Miami-Dade, Orange and Palm Beach counties now face financial penalties. Commissioner Richard Corcoran reported to the board that none of the eight counties had provided any information proving that they were in compliance with state law before Thursday's meeting. "They can't pick and choose which parts of the law they want to follow," Corcoran said as he was handing out the penalties to the school districts. He also gave the districts 48 hours to amend their policies before the penalties went into effect.

Tokyo jolted by strongest earthquake since 2011 disaster

Tokyo jolted by strongest earthquake since 2011 disaster | 8 Oct 201 | Tokyo and surrounding prefectures were jolted by a strong earthquake on Thursday night, leaving more than 20 people injured and bringing the strongest shaking to the capital's central wards since the Great East Japan Earthquake disaster in 2011. Following the magnitude 5.9 quake, which occurred at 10:41 p.m., TV footage showed a home on fire, water leaking from manholes, a partially derailed passenger train and darkened railway stations full of stranded passengers. The magnitude was originally reported as 6.1 and later downgraded by the Meteorological Agency. The agency warned that a quake of similar intensity could occur within the week, with an official estimating a 10% to 20% chance based on previous temblors.

Soros group pours $500k into campaign to oppose reinstating Austin police units that were defunded

Soros group pours $500k into campaign to oppose reinstating Austin police units that were defunded --'It sickens me,' a city council member said of the donation | 4 Oct 2021 | The advocacy group founded by liberal billionaire financier [and totalitarian] George Soros has dumped $500,000 into a campaign to defeat a proposal in Austin, Texas, that would bulk up the city's police department. Proposition A, an Austin ballot proposal for the Nov. 2 election backed by the group Save Austin Now, would require at least two Austin police officers for every 1,000 residents and would provide officers with an additional 40 hours of police training each year on topics such as weapons proficiency and active shooter scenarios. According to financial records reviewed by Fox News, Soros's Open Society Policy Center last week donated $500,000 to Equity Austin, a group that is working to defeat Proposition A.

Hochul demanded White House appointment to be replaced as Cuomo's No. 2 - sources

Hochul demanded White House appointment to be replaced as Cuomo's No. 2 - sources | 7 Oct 2021 | Gov. Kathy Hochul demanded a plum job as a US ambassador or undersecretary of commerce in exchange for being replaced as Andrew Cuomo's 2022 running mate -- before he was forced to resign as governor over sexual harassment allegations, sources told The Post on Thursday. Top Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa reached out to the White House in January to try score then-Lt. Gov. Hochul a diplomatic posting to her ancestral homeland of Ireland or to Canada, sources said. The US Embassy to Canada is located in Ottawa, which is less than a six-hour drive from Hochul's hometown of Buffalo. But officials in the Biden administration "laughed us out of the room" when Cuomo's people asked that she be nominated, one source said. The White House made a counter-offer of "an undersecretary role" for Hochul and she agreed to work in the Commerce Department, the source said.

Biden holds vaccine mandate event at business owned by major campaign donor

Biden holds vaccine mandate event at business owned by major campaign donor --Clayco CEO Robert Clark gave more than $100,000 to Biden and $1.6 million to Democratic campaigns | 7 Oct 2021 | Joe Biden delivered remarks Thursday about vaccine mandates for businesses at an Illinois construction site run by a company whose CEO has donated millions to Democratic campaigns. Biden spoke in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, at a site affiliated with Clayco, whose CEO Robert Clark gave $1.6 million to Democratic campaigns in 2020, according Federal Election Commission records. At least $116,000 of those donations were to Biden's presidential campaign. The Biden campaign listed Clark as someone who "raised at least $100,000 for our campaign and affiliated joint fundraising committees." Clayco affiliates donated $387,037 to Democratic campaigns in 2020.

Biden Admin Weighing Plans to Send Migrants to Vermont - Memo

Biden Admin Weighing Plans to Send Migrants to Vermont - Memo --Internal deliberations come after crisis in Del Rio, Texas | 7 Oct 2021 | The crisis on the southwest border is forcing the Department of Homeland Security to consider flying migrants all the way to Vermont for processing, according to internal documents reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon. Federal immigration agencies are preparing contingency plans for a chaotic fall and winter that include looking to states thousands of miles away for assistance. According to a memo obtained by the Free Beacon, DHS is husbanding resources for the "unconfirmed" transfer of migrants to New York and Vermont and awaiting a response from Border Patrol about the number of additional processing machines required.

Virginia Judge Hands Victory to Parents, Sides Against Prosecutor on School Board Recall

Virginia Judge Hands Victory to Parents, Sides Against Prosecutor on School Board Recall | 07 Oct 2021 | A Virginia-based parent group attempting to oust five Loudoun County School Board members was given a small win after a Loudoun County Circuit Court judge ruled Tuesday in favor of the organization's recall petition against a board member who sought to dismiss it. On Tuesday, a judge denied Loudoun County school board member Beth Barts's motion to dismiss the case and also removed Loudoun County Commonwealth's Attorney Buta Biberaj from the case. The group Fight For Schools and others have alleged that Barts was involved in a private Facebook group that violated the School Board's Code of Conduct and other laws after members allegedly tried to attempt to reveal private information about parents and opponents.

No jab, no wedding: Canadian town requires vaccine proof to get married

No jab, no wedding: Canadian town requires vaccine proof to get married --A marriage license is required to get legally married in Canada, meaning that Oakville's rules effectively prohibit people who refuse the COVID shots from tying the knot. | 7 Oct 2021 | A town in Ontario prohibits engaged couples who have chosen not to take the COVID shots from obtaining a marriage license. Oakville's regulations require that anyone who wants a marriage license from now on must show proof of inoculation. A marriage license is required to get legally married in Canada, meaning that Oakville's rules effectively prohibit people who refuse the COVID shots from tying the knot. Couples cannot obtain a license online... However, even proof of vaccination may halt plans to legally wed. "When you arrive at Town Hall for your scheduled appointment, you will be required to complete a COVID-19 self-assessment," the city said. "If you do not successfully meet the screening criteria, you will not be allowed to enter the building and your appointment will be cancelled."

Two Women Die From Adverse Reactions After Receiving Johnson & Johnson Vaccine

Two Women Die From Adverse Reactions After Receiving Johnson & Johnson Vaccine | 6 Oct 2021 | A woman from King County, Washington, who was in her late 30s, has died from a rare blood-clotting syndrome after receiving Johnson & Johnson vaccine on September 7, according to a statement by Public Health - Seattle & King County. The woman, whose identity was not disclosed, received her vaccination on August 26, 2021. After 11 days of getting the vaccine, she died on September 7 with thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS). The CDC verified that the woman indeed died from the vaccine and confirmed the diagnosis.

Sweden and Denmark Ban Use of Moderna SpikeVax in Young People, Citing Myocarditis

Sweden and Denmark Ban Use of Moderna SpikeVax in Young People, Citing Myocarditis | 6 Oct 2021 | The Swedish Public Health Agency revealed on Wednesday that it is recommending use of the Moderna SpikeVax be discontinued in young people born after 1991, citing serious cardiac issues incuding myocarditis and pericarditis. Denmark implemented a ban for people aged 12-17 the same week. "The Swedish Public Health Agency has decided to suspend the use of Moderna's vaccine Spikevax, for everyone born in 1991 and later, for precautionary reasons," the Agency stated on Wednesday. "The cause is signals of an increased risk of side effects such as inflammation of the heart muscle or heart sac. However, the risk of being affected is very small."

Federal Workers, U.S. Service Members Sue Biden Admin Over Vaccine Mandates

Federal Workers, U.S. Service Members Sue Biden Admin Over Vaccine Mandates | 2 Oct 2021 | A group of federal workers, including several members of the military, are suing the Biden administration over a pair of mandates directing all federal workers and military service members to get vaccinated against COVID-19. "Americans have remained idle for far too long as our nation’s elected officials continue to satisfy their voracious appetites for power," says the lawsuit, filed by a group of plaintiffs including four Air Force officers and a Secret Service agent, according to The Washington Post. Ten plaintiffs filed a suit in the U.S. District Court in Washington on September 23, seeking for the judge to place an injunction on Joe Biden's vaccine mandates that cover all federal workers and contractors, as well as all members of the U.S. military.

Ka-ching: Pharma giant Merck sells its COVID pills to Biden admin at 4,000% markup

Ka-ching: Pharma giant Merck sells its COVID pills to Biden admin at 4,000% markup | 6 Oct 2021 | Even as the Democrats and their media allies agitate against potentially safe, cheap and effective COVID-19 treatments, the Biden administration is now buying a new drug called Mulnupiravir, created by pharmaceutical giant Merck, at nearly 4,000% more than it costs to create. According to The Intercept, the new drug Malnupiravir is being hailed as a "huge advance" in the treatment of COVID-19, and costs only $17.74 to produce. Merck apparently realized this was an opportunity to expand their profits and decided to charge the government $712 for the same amount of medicine. This is nearly a 3913.53% increase from the cost to produce the supposed miracle drug.

Federal investigators secretly started using 'keyboard warrants' and asked Google to provide govt with users' search terms

Federal investigators secretly started using 'keyboard warrants' and asked Google to provide govt with users' search terms | 5 Oct 2021 | The U.S. government is reportedly secretly issuing warrants for Google to provide user data on anyone typing in certain search terms, raising fears that innocent online users could get caught up in serious crime investigations at a greater frequency than previously thought. In an attempt to track down [alleged] criminals, federal investigators have started using new "keyword warrants" and used them to ask Google to provide them information on anyone who searched a victim's name or their address during a particular year, an accidentally unsealed court document that Forbes found shows. Google has to respond to thousands of warrant orders each year, but the keyword warrants are a relatively new strategy used by the government and are controversial.

California oil spill: Pipeline wasn't shut down for more than 3 hours after pressure failure alert, feds say

California oil spill: Pipeline wasn't shut down for more than 3 hours after pressure failure alert, feds say | 6 Oct 2021 | 6 Oct 2021 | The energy company that owns the ruptured pipeline that spewed more than 140,000 gallons of oil into Southern California waters didn't shutdown the pipeline for more than three hours after being alerted, according to federal regulators. In a letter to the company's president, U.S. Department of Transportation safety regulators wrote that company personnel "received a low-pressure alarm" at 2:30 a.m. Saturday on the pipeline that signaled "possible failure." It wasn't until 6 a.m. -- more than three hours later -- that it was shutdown, the letter states. The letter was sent to the pipeline operator's parent company, Amplify Energy Corp., from the department's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration -- which oversees the pipelines across the country. The letter also notes it took "over six hours" before the company reported the spill to the 24-hour federal National Response Center, the designated federal point of contact for reporting all oil, chemical, radiological, biological and etiological discharges into the environment.

AG Merrick Garland Instructs FBI to Mobilize Against Parents Who Oppose Critical Race Theory, Covid Mandates in Public Schools

AG Merrick Garland Instructs FBI to Mobilize Against Parents Who Oppose Critical Race Theory, Covid Mandates in Public Schools | 4 Oct 2021 | The Biden regime is targeting political opponents and using the might of the federal government to abolish the First Amendment by classifying dissent as "domestic terrorism." US Attorney General Merrick Garland has instructed the FBI to mobilize against parents who oppose Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Covid mandates, citing "threats." Merrick Garland's letter to the FBI follows the National School Board Association's request to classify protests as "domestic terrorism." "Threats against public servants are not only illegal, they run counter to our nation's core values," wrote Attorney General Garland... Garland's letter didn't actually specify any credible threats.

Pfizer Scientist: 'Your Antibodies Are Probably Better Than the Vaccination'

Pfizer Scientist: 'Your Antibodies Are Probably Better Than the Vaccination' --Nick Karl, Pfizer Scientist:"When somebody is naturally immune -- like they got COVID -- they probably have more antibodies against the virus…When you actually get the virus, you’re going to start producing antibodies against multiple pieces of the virus…So, your antibodies are probably better at that point than the [COVID] vaccination." --Chris Croce, Pfizer Senior Associate Scientist: "You're protected for longer" if you have natural COVID antibodies compared to the COVID vaccine. --Croce: "I work for an evil corporation...Our organization is run on COVID money." Rahul Khandke, Pfizer Scientist: "If you have [COVID] antibodies built up, you should be able to prove that you have those built up." | 4 Oct 2021 | Project Veritas released the fourth video in its COVID vaccine investigative series today which exposed three Pfizer officials saying that antibodies lead to equal, if not better, protection against the virus compared to the vaccine. Nick Karl, a scientist who is directly involved in the production of Pfizer's COVID vaccine, said that natural immunity is more effective than the very vaccine he works on, and Pfizer produces.

US and Chinese scientists were planning to create a brand new coronavirus at the Wuhan lab that became Covid ground zero before the pandemic erupted, leaked proposals show

US and Chinese scientists were planning to create a brand new coronavirus at the Wuhan lab that became Covid ground zero before the pandemic erupted, leaked proposals show --Consortium led by Brit Peter Daszak asked DARPA to fund research at lab in city where Covid pandemic began --A 2018 grant proposal sought to combine data from similar strains for new virus --It was submitted by scientists from US, China and Singapore, but was rejected --A genetics expert from the WHO told The Telegraph that such work could explain why a close ancestor for Covid-19 has yet to be found in nature | 5 Oct 2021 | US and Chinese scientists were planning to create a new coronavirus before the pandemic erupted, leaked proposals show. Last month, a grant application submitted to the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) revealed that an international team of scientists had planned to mix genetic data of similar strains to create a new virus. The grant application was made in 2018 and leaked to Drastic, the pandemic origins analysis group. 'We will compile sequence/RNAseq data from a panel of closely related strains and compare full length genomes, scanning for unique SNPs representing sequencing errors. 'Consensus candidate genomes will be synthesised commercially using established techniques and genome-length RNA and electroporation to recover recombinant viruses,' the application states. This would result in a virus which had no clear ancestor in nature, a World Health Organization (WHO) expert told The Telegraph.

Lt. Col. Scheller Freed, But Charges Loom

Lt. Col. Scheller Freed, But Charges Loom | 5 Oct 2021 | Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller has been freed from pretrial detention, but could still face charges for criticizing senior military officials over the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan, The Epoch Times has learned. Scheller was scheduled for a pretrial confinement initial review hearing Tuesday. Military officials planned to conduct the hearing in secret, sparking anger from some media outlets and members of the public. But prior to the hearing, the Marine Corps agreed to free Scheller, cancelling the pretrial review as a result, according to a source familiar with the matter.

PCR Sales Soared in Wuhan Before 1st Official COVID-19 Cases Publicized - Report

PCR Sales Soared in Wuhan Before 1st Official COVID-19 Cases Publicized - Report | 5 Oct 2021 | Spending on tests to detect the novel coronavirus soared in Wuhan, China, several months before the first official reporting of COVID-19 cases, suggesting the virus was already circulating in communities during the northern summer in 2019 before it was made public by Beijing, according to research by Australian cybersecurity firm Internet 2.0. The firm tracked the sales of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests over several years, revealing an almost 50 percent increase between 2018 to 2019 -- the year before the COVID-19 outbreak spread across the world. Sales of PCR tests, used to detect specific viruses, totaled 19.1 million yuan (AU$4 million) in 2016, before rising to 29.1 million yuan (AU$6 million) in 2017, 36.7 million yuan in 2018, and 67.4 million yuan (AU$14 million) in 2019.

Thousands of Unvaccinated New York City Teachers on Unpaid Leave - Union

Thousands of Unvaccinated New York City Teachers on Unpaid Leave - Union | 4 Oct 2021 | Thousands of unvaccinated New York City teachers were placed on unpaid leave after a citywide mandate went into effect, according to the United Federation of Teachers. About 97 percent of teachers and other school staff represented by the union got the vaccine, the United Federation of Teachers President Michael Mulgrew confirmed in a news conference on Monday afternoon. "Under 4,000" of about 121,000 workers represented by the United Federation of Teachers were missing from city schools as of Monday, Mulgrew said in response to a question about how many teachers were taken off the payroll due to the city's vaccine mandate.

New York's largest healthcare provider fires 1,400 unvaccinated workers

New York's largest healthcare provider fires 1,400 unvaccinated workers | 4 Oct 2021 | New York State's largest healthcare provider, Northwell Health, has fired 1,400 employees who refused to get COVID-19 vaccinations, according to a spokesman, Joe Kemp. As with other healthcare companies that have recently terminated workers for not complying with vaccine mandates, the fired employees represent a small percentage of Northwell's workforce of more than 76,000, all of whom are now inoculated. New York's vaccination mandate for healthcare workers went into effect last week. Several other states, including California, have imposed similar measures.

Pentagon Begins 'Continuous Vetting' of All Troops for Insider Threats, Extremism; Social Media May Come Next

Pentagon Begins 'Continuous Vetting' of All Troops for Insider Threats, Extremism; Social Media May Come Next --Automatic alerts will flag records or activities of concern among all Defense Department personnel. | 5 Oct 2021 | All Defense Department personnel are now subject to "continuous vetting" designed to spot extremists and other insider threats, with surveillance of their public social-media postings likely coming soon, Pentagon officials said Tuesday. The announcement follows years of effort to comply with a 2011 executive order to improve on the current security-clearance process, which features an initial investigation but generally no followup for five or more years. The new system will raise flags when new information arrives, such as when a DOD employee is arrested. Conservatives have accused the Biden administration and senior U.S. military leaders of purging conservative free speech.

Francis Collins, longtime head of NIH, will resign, report says

Francis Collins, longtime head of NIH, will resign, report says | 4 Oct 2021 | Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, is set to announce his resignation on Tuesday and will vacate his post by the end of 2020, according to reports. The 71-year-old physician-geneticist, who oversaw the research center for 12 years, aims to return to the National Human Genome Research Institute, the Washington Post reported. The lab is a branch of NIH. The paper, citing an NIH official, reported that the agency does not have an interim director to replace Collins.

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