Attorney Matthew DePerno Releases Michigan Elections Forensics Report - 66,194 Unregistered Ballots Tallied in Just Nine Counties

Attorney Matthew DePerno Releases Michigan Elections Forensics Report - 66,194 Unregistered Ballots Tallied in Just Nine Counties | 09 April 2021 | Michigan Constitutional Attorney Matthew DePerno released his much anticipated Michigan Elections Forensics Report on Friday. Among the findings: Modem Chipsets Installed in Voting System Motherboards --66,194 unregistered ballots tallied in just 9 counties. --66,194 ballot voter IDs not found in the October registration database.

Israeli Radio Cites Intel Claiming Mossad Hit Iran's Natanz Nuclear Facility With Cyberattack

Israeli Radio Cites Intel Claiming Mossad Hit Iran's Natanz Nuclear Facility With Cyberattack | 11 April 2021 | An unspecified incident occurred at the electricity distribution network of the Shahid Ahmadi Roshan facility in Natanz earlier in the day, which Iran's Vice-President called an act of "nuclear terrorism". The development comes as Tehran notified the IAEA about its intentions to enhance enrichment operations. Israeli state broadcaster, Kan Radio, has announced, citing anonymous intelligence sources, that the country's intelligence service, Mossad, had targeted Iran's Natanz nuclear facility with a cyberattack. The uranium enrichment plant in Natanz, in Isfahan province Iran, suffered an incident this morning that affected its electricity distribution network. According to the country's Atomic Energy Organisation, the incident did not cause any injuries or damage, but would give no further details.

Portland ICE building set on fire during Saturday night protest - reports

Portland ICE building set on fire during Saturday night protest - reports | 11 April 2021 | Rioters in Portland, Oregon, allegedly set fire to a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building late Saturday night, according to videos posted on social media. Police and protesters faced off outside the building near the Willamette River waterfront, according to freelance journalist Chris Landis. Federal agents reportedly used pepper balls in an attempt to disperse the crowd, freelance reporter Grace Morgan reported.

Brooklyn woman gets COVID 3 weeks after Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Brooklyn woman gets COVID 3 weeks after Johnson & Johnson vaccine | 10 April 2021 | She's shot out of luck. A Brooklyn woman who managed to avoid catching COVID-19 throughout 2020 went down with the bug this month -- three weeks after being vaccinated. Ashley Allen, 31, spoke to The Post by phone while quarantined in her Williamsburg apartment and in between calls from city contact tracers. The contact tracers "started asking me questions about what I was doing three weeks ago,” Allen said. "And I said I was getting vaccinated."

Georgia site is fourth in US to pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Georgia site is fourth in US to pause Johnson & Johnson vaccine | 10 April 2021 | A coronavirus vaccine site in Georgia became the fourth US location this week to pause its administration of the Johnson & Johnson jab after concerns over possible adverse reactions, a report said. Eight people experienced lightheadedness after getting the shot Wednesday at the Cumming Fairgrounds, though health officials believe that could have simply been caused by the hot weather [?], WSB-TV reported. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine was also halted in the past week at sites in Colorado, North Carolina and Iowa.

Anti-war activist visited by police after posting embarrassing AOC video

Anti-war activist visited by police after posting embarrassing AOC video | 09 April 2021 | An anti-war activist was visited by California Highway Patrol officers after posting video of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's bumbling comments on Israel-Palestine. The action, which AOC denies triggering, was initiated by a call to US Capitol Police... As he waited for a food delivery at his home in Los Angeles on April 8, Ryan Wentz, an anti-war activist and producer for the online viral program Soapbox, heard two men calling his name from over his front gate. When he approached, he realized they were not delivery drivers, but police officers flashing badges of the California Highway Patrol. The cops informed Wentz that they had received a call from the Capitol Police, the federal law enforcement agency tasked with protecting the US Congress, about a tweet he had sent that allegedly threatened Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Supreme Court Blocks California's Restrictions on In-home Religious Gatherings

Supreme Court Blocks California's Restrictions on In-home Religious Gatherings | 10 April 2021 | The Supreme Court late Friday ruled against California, blocking the restrictions ban on in-home Bible studies and other religious gatherings. The court's narrow 5–4 ruling was in favor of a group of Santa Clara residents who asserted the restrictions violated the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution. The ruling is the fifth time the nation's highest court has overruled the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on California COVID-19 fueled restrictions, including a February ruling that saw the court grant a worshipper’s application asking for restrictions on in-person religious services be rolled back.

Tennessee Becomes 20th State to Abolish Permit Requirement for Concealed Carry

Tennessee Becomes 20th State to Abolish Permit Requirement for Concealed Carry | 10 April 2021 | As Joe Biden and the Democrats are pushing for more gun control, Republican controlled states are doing the exact opposite. Tennessee has just become the 20th state to abolish permit requirements for concealed carry. Breitbart News reports: "The legislation signed by Lee takes effect July 1, 2021. The Tennessean reports it 'allows people 21 and older to carry handguns openly or concealed without a permit, along with members of the military ages 18 to 20.'"

Democratic lawmakers call on Biden to make COVID vaccines mandatory for the military

Democratic lawmakers call on Biden to make COVID vaccines mandatory for the military | 24 March 2021 | A group of [Democratic] lawmakers is calling on President Joe Biden to make the COVID vaccines mandatory for all military members. Calling unvaccinated troops "a critical threat to our national security and public health," U.S. Rep. Jimmy Panetta, D-Calif., sent a letter to the White House Wednesday urging Biden to issue a "waiver of informed consent" that would force troops, if ordered, to get the vaccines as soon as they were eligible. The letter, co-signed by six other congressional Democrats, cites testimony by military officials last month that roughly a third of servicemembers had thus far declined the COVID-19 vaccines. A December report from the nonprofit advocacy group Blue Star Families found that just 40 percent of active-duty troops planned to get the vaccine, while 49 percent planned to decline it and 11 percent were undecided.

Nearly 40% of Marines have rejected coronavirus vaccine as Democrats call on Biden admin to make shots mandatory for troops - reports

Nearly 40% of Marines have rejected coronavirus vaccine as Democrats call on Biden admin to make shots mandatory for troops - reports | 10 April 2021 | Just shy of 40 percent of Marine Corps service members have refused to take the coronavirus jab, new data provided to the media shows. The revelation comes as Democratic lawmakers push to make the vaccine mandatory for soldiers. Some 75,500 Marines have agreed to be vaccinated as of Thursday, while around 48,000 have declined the [sometimes deadly] inoculation, CNN reported, citing numbers provided by the branch. That puts the rejection rate at 38.9%, slightly higher than the 33% rate for the whole military given by defense officials. The rejection rate was much higher at certain bases, such as Camp Lejeune, a major Marine installation in North Carolina, where 57% of service members have refused to take the shot. While the military is currently barred from mandating any of the coronavirus vaccines rolled out in the US, as each has received only emergency FDA approval rather than full authorization, some in Congress have pressed the Biden administration to change that.

Nearly 40% of Marines have declined Covid-19 vaccine

US soldiers tired of being Big Pharma's guinea pigs: Nearly 40% of Marines have declined Covid-19 vaccine | 10 April 2021 | Nearly 40% of US Marines are declining Covid-19 vaccinations, according to data provided to CNN on Friday by the service, the first branch to disclose service-wide numbers on acceptance and declination. As of Thursday, approximately 75,500 Marines have received vaccines, including fully vaccinated and partially vaccinated service men and women. About 48,000 Marines have chosen not to receive vaccines, for a declination rate of 38.9%. CNN has reached out to the other services for acceptance and declination rates.

Gov. Ned Lamont moving forward with plans to house migrant youth in former Middletown juvenile prison despite concerns from advocacy groups, local officials

Insane waste of CT taxpayers' money, to provide cheap labor for corporations and an endless supply of Dem voters: Gov. Ned Lamont moving forward with plans to house migrant youth in former Middletown juvenile prison despite concerns from advocacy groups, local officials | 09 April 2021 | Despite concerns from advocacy groups and some local officials, Gov. Ned Lamont (D-deep-state nut-job) said Friday that he may recommend as early as next week to house migrant children in a former juvenile prison in Middletown. Lamont said that he is not looking at other alternatives like the 1,600-acre Southbury Training School and is instead focusing on the highly secure Connecticut Juvenile Training School in Middletown that was closed in 2018 by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Lamont was personally asked by Kamala Harris recently if Connecticut could provide space for some of the thousands of children who are being kept in detention centers along the Texas border after [entering the United States, illegally].

Explosive eruption rocks volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent

Explosive eruption rocks volcano on Caribbean's St. Vincent | 09 April 2021 | An explosive eruption rocked La Soufriere volcano on the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent on Friday after the government ordered thousands to evacuate their homes nearby. Experts said the first explosion shot an ash column 32,000 feet (10 kilometers) into the sky and that the majority of the ash was headed northeast into the Atlantic Ocean. Lightning crackled through the towering column of smoke and ash late Friday. Heavy ashfall was reported in communities around the volcano and beyond, with authorities saying some evacuations were limited by poor visibility.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Voters Can Stay on Voter Rolls Even After They Move

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Voters Can Stay on Voter Rolls Even After They Move | 09 April 2021 | The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled on Friday that voters can stay on the voter rolls even after they move. The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty says it is now up to the legislature to ensure fair and free elections and fix the law. The Sentinel-Journal reported: "The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday that state election officials do not have to quickly take people off the voter rolls when they suspect they may have moved. The 5-2 ruling means the Wisconsin Elections Commission will not force tens of thousands of people off the rolls near a major election, such as the 2022 contest for governor and U.S. Senate."

US warships set sail for Black Sea amid stand-off with Russia over military conflict in Eastern Ukraine, Turkish diplomats report

US warships set sail for Black Sea amid stand-off with Russia over military conflict in Eastern Ukraine, Turkish diplomats report | 09 April 2021 | American sailors have set course for the Black Sea, off the south coast of Russia, in a move widely seen as a show of support for Ukraine, where fighting between Kiev’s forces and separatist militias has worsened in recent weeks. On Friday, a source at the Turkish foreign ministry told TASS that it had received a notification from Washington that two US warships would pass through the Bosporus straits and into the Black Sea. Under international law, Ankara controls access to the inland body of water for certain types of vessels, including navy ships. In accordance with these conventions, Turkish envoys say they "were notified through diplomatic channels 15 days ago that two US warships would enter the Black Sea. The ships will remain there until 4 May," the unnamed official said.

European Union High Court Declares Mandatory Vaccinations Are 'Necessary in a Democratic Society'

European Union High Court Declares Mandatory Vaccinations Are 'Necessary in a Democratic Society' | 09 April 2021 | The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) declared on Thursday that mandatory vaccinations do not violate human rights and may be necessary to remedy public health concerns. "The measures could be regarded as being 'necessary in a democratic society,'" the court judgment stated. They ruled that mandatory vaccinations administered in the Czech Republic were not illegal because the jabs were delivered in the "best interests" of children... Big League Politics has reported on how pharmaceutical companies are not even liable for many of the side effects caused by their experimental shots.

Amazon defeats historic Alabama union effort

Amazon defeats historic Alabama union effort | 09 April 2021 | Amazon has defeated activists hoping to establish the company's first unionised warehouse in the US. Workers at the Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse voted 1,798 to 738 against the effort, labour officials said. That represented a majority of votes cast in the contest, which was seen as a key test for Amazon after global criticism of its treatment of workers during the pandemic. The union said it would challenge the results.

Duke University will require students to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination before returning for fall semester

Let the lawsuits begin: Duke University will require students to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination before returning for fall semester | 09 April 2021 | f you are a student and plan on returning to Duke University next semester you will need to have proof that you got a COVID-19 vaccine. Duke University announced Friday that all new and returning students will have to present proof of a COVID-19 vaccination before they can enroll in the fall 2021 semester. The requirement will extend from undergraduate students to professional students who intend on returning to the campus. Proof of vaccination will have to be presented to the campus Student Health before being able to enroll; documented medical and religious exemptions will be accommodated.

Multiple Governors Signal They Won't Put Up With Biden's Second Amendment Attack: 'Out of Control'

Multiple Governors Signal They Won't Put Up With Biden's Second Amendment Attack: 'Out of Control' | 08 April 2021 | Multiple governors signaled that they will be taking action against Joe Biden after Biden officially unveiled his initial plan to attack Second Amendment rights. Biden announced a series of actions, which he articulated during a press conference where he made multiple false claims, targeting two types of gun parts: pistol braces and chunks of plastic and metal that are unfinished firearms. The Biden administration also will be publishing "model red-flag legislation" for states to consider. This comes just a couple of weeks after the Biden administration urged the Supreme Court to uphold a warrantless gun confiscation case.

5 Big Tech Companies to Be Investigated for Censorship of Conservative Content - Indiana AG

5 Big Tech Companies to Be Investigated for Censorship of Conservative Content - Indiana AG | 07 April 2021 | Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita (R) said on April 7 that he will be scrutinizing five big tech companies that might have potentially caused harm to Indiana consumers through "abusive, deceptive and/or unfair" practices. The five companies to be scrutinized by Rokita are Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Twitter. The attorney general is particularly looking into procedures that allegedly restrict consumers' access to specific content, referring to the deletion or obscuring of conservative posts. The attorney general is also probing into allegations that attorney Vanita Gupta took actions that encouraged censorship of conservative voices by the relevant companies. Gupta is Joe Biden's nominee for associate U.S. attorney general.

BLM Co-Founder Buys $1.4 Million Home in Virtually All-White Area. Black Commentators Slam Her

BLM Co-Founder Buys $1.4 Million Home in Virtually All-White Area. Black Commentators Slam Her | 09 April 2021 | After reports that a $1.4 million home in a secluded area of Los Angeles whose population is reputedly less than 2% black was sold to one of the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, some black conservative commentators took her to task. On Wednesday, dirt.com reported: "A secluded mini-compound tucked into L.A.'s rustic and semi-remote Topanga Canyon was recently sold for a tad more than $1.4 million to a corporate entity that public records show is controlled by Patrisse Khan-Cullors, 37-year-old social justice visionary and co-founder of the galvanizing and, for some, controversial Black Lives Matter movement."

Biden Creates Commission to Study Expanding the Supreme Court

Biden Creates Commission to Study Expanding the Supreme Court --The number of Supreme Court justices has remained at nine since 1869. | 09 April 2021 | Joe Biden on Friday formed a bipartisan commission to study potential U.S. Supreme Court changes including expanding the number of justices beyond the current nine, a goal of some liberal Democrats hoping to end its conservative majority. Under an executive order signed by the Democratic president, the 36-member commission will consider the "merits and legality" of potential reforms to the nation's top judicial body including adding justices or imposing term limits on their service instead of the current lifetime appointments.

Progressives slam Biden's 'bloated' proposed Pentagon budget

Progressives slam Biden's 'bloated' proposed Pentagon budget | 09 April 2021 | [Deep-state neocon fraud] Joe Biden is getting hammered from both sides of the aisle for his proposed $715 billion defense budget the White House released Friday, with progressives saying that's too much money for the Pentagon while Republicans say the proposal falls way short [?] of defense [sic] needs. Biden announced the Pentagon spending proposal Friday as part of his broader $1.5 trillion budget request for 2022. Progressives panned Biden for proposing $715 billion for the Pentagon -- an increase of 1.6% from the 2021 enacted levels of $703.7 billion, according to the budget plan. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said he has "serious concerns" about the "bloated" Pentagon request. "At a time when the U.S. already spends more on the military than the next 12 nations combined, it is time for us to take a serious look at the massive cost over-runs, the waste and fraud that currently exists at the Pentagon," Sanders, chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said Friday.

Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine under investigation in EU over potential link to 'unusual' blood clots

Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine under investigation in EU over potential link to 'unusual' blood clots | 09 April 2021 | The European Union's drug regulator EMA says it will assess Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 Vaccine Janssen after "four serious cases of unusual blood clots" occurred in people who received the jab in the US. The statement from EMA's Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee says one case occurred in a clinical trial and three others during the vaccine rollout in the US. One of the cases was fatal. Covid-19 vaccine Janssen is currently only used in the USA but the rollout in the EU is expected within the next few weeks. The EMA authorised the jab for use in the EU in March. The agency says the cases are being investigated and currently it's not clear whether the incidents of blood clots are connected to the vaccinations.

University student ordered to undergo psychological evaluation and then suspended after questioning definition of 'microaggressions'

University student ordered to undergo psychological evaluation and then suspended after questioning definition of 'microaggressions' | 08 April 2021 | A student who was suspended by the University of Virginia for daring to ask questions during a presentation about 'microaggressions' has taken the institution to court, with his story sparking disbelief and anger on social media. The bizarre saga begins in October 2018, when Kieran Bhattacharya, a student at the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine, attended a panel discussion on the subject of 'microaggressions.' During a Q &A session, Bhattacharya asked the presenter, an assistant dean at the university, to clarify what constitutes a mini form of aggression. According to an audio recording of the exchange, the student thanked the dean for her presentation before launching into his query... The incident apparently set off alarm bells for an assistant professor who helped organize the event, who submitted a report known as a "professionalism concern card" claiming that Bhattacharya had run afoul of university policy.

Biden's false remarks on gun show background checks gets a pass from some fact-checkers

Biden's false remarks on gun show background checks gets a pass from some fact-checkers --Biden claimed 'you can buy whatever you want' with no background check at gun shows | 09 April 2021 | Joe Biden's false remarks Thursday that one could buy whatever they wanted at a gun show with no background check received a pass from some fact-checkers. During a speech in the Rose Garden, Biden made an oft-repeated claim by gun control proponents about the so-called "gun show loophole." "Most people don't know, you walk into a store and you buy a gun, you have a background check," Biden said. "But you go to a gun show, you can buy whatever you want and no background check." Yet that does not apply to federally licensed dealers at gun shows, who require background checks on sales regardless of their location. Private sales do not necessarily require a background check. While fact-checks from the conservative Dispatch and Washington Free Beacon noted Biden's comments were untrue, some mainstream media outlets were more forgiving.

Midwin Charles: 47-year-old MSNBC legal analyst dead one month after mRNA shot

Midwin Charles: 47-year-old MSNBC legal analyst dead one month after mRNA shot | 07 April 2021 | Brooklyn defense attorney and television commentator Midwin Charles is dead after what appears to be several days of suffering after receiving at least one experimental shot. Ms. Charles posted the trendy "I'm vaccinated" announcement on Twitter on March 1. The tweet is still live as of publishing. It is also archived. She then retweeted a North Carolina professor talking about "black vax hesitancy." An analysis of her tweet activity thereafter indicates that her health started deteriorating three weeks later.

Racist graffiti in Michigan dorm written by Black student - report

Racist graffiti in Michigan dorm written by Black student - report --College says the student acted alone and has been temporarily suspended | 08 April 2021 | A Black student was responsible for racist graffiti at an Albion College dorm, according to campus police. Pictures of racist and anti-semitic graffiti surfaced on the City Watch NEWS Group Facebook page last week. The photos included messages like "white power," "Die N----s," and "KKK." MLive.com reported on Thursday that Albion Chief of Public Safety Scott Kipp said the suspect, a 21-year-old Black male, was brought in for questioning on April 6 and admitted to creating most of the graffiti. According to Kipp, video evidence corroborated the student's confession. In a statement Wednesday, the Michigan-based college said the student acted alone.

Arizona GOP congressman introduces No Vaccine Passport Act

Arizona GOP congressman introduces No Vaccine Passport Act --Rep. Andy Biggs says vaccine passports 'will simply impose more Big Brother surveillance on our society' | 08 April 2021 Arizona Republican Rep. Andy Biggs introduced legislation Thursday that would ban federal agencies from creating "vaccine passports." ...Republicans in Congress have condemned the idea as an invasion of privacy and an opening for government surveillance. "I am profoundly disturbed that the Biden Administration would even consider imposing vaccine passports on the American people," Biggs said in a statement Thursday. "My private healthcare decisions--and yours--are nobody else's business. Vaccine passports will not help our nation recover from COVID-19, instead, they will simply impose more Big Brother surveillance on our society."

New York Will Offer One-Time Payments of Up to $15,600 to Illegal Immigrants Who Lost Work During Pandemic

New York Will Offer One-Time Payments of Up to $15,600 to Illegal Immigrants Who Lost Work During Pandemic | 08 April 2021 | New York lawmakers carved out a $2.1 billion Covid fund for illegal aliens who lost work during the pandemic. This is by far the largest in the country and dwarfed California's $75 million give away to undocumented people last year. The fund is part of a larger state budget agreement that will offer one-time payments of up to $15,600 to illegals. In order to receive the money, illegal aliens must prove they are New York residents who were eligible for Covid stimulus checks but didn't receive one due to their immigration status.

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