Pfizer expects $15 billion in COVID-19 vaccine sales in 2021

Making a killing on the killing: Pfizer expects $15 billion in COVID-19 vaccine sales in 2021 | 03 Feb 2021 | The coronavirus pandemic is really paying off for Pfizer, which expects to rake in about $15 billion from its coronavirus vaccine this year -- about a quarter of its entire projected 2021 revenue. The drugmaker said its groundbreaking COVID-19 vaccine is already on track to be its top product this year after it became the first to be cleared for emergency use in the US in December. The shot developed with German partner BioNTech will money, as well as save lives, thanks to a profit margin of more than 20 percent of the shot's total revenues, the company said. The staggering number was revealed Tuesday in a financial forecast from the Manhattan-based drugmaker, which said its revenue for the year would range between $59 billion and $61 billion.

Virginia woman dies shortly after receiving coronavirus vaccine

Virginia woman dies shortly after receiving coronavirus vaccine | 06 Feb 2021 | A Virginia minister died shortly after she received a coronavirus vaccination, authorities said Friday. Drene Keyes, 58, received her Pfizer vaccine at a clinic in Warsaw, which is about 80 miles north of Newport News, before falling ill, Warsaw police Chief Joan Kent told NBC News. Keyes remained at the clinic for 15 minutes after the shot, as recommended, before returning to the clinic later that day, Kent said. She was rushed to VCU Health Tappahannock Hospital, where she died Saturday.

Pennsylvania Secretary of State at Center of Trump Election Concerns Resigns After Botching Requirement for Constitutional Amendment

Pennsylvania Secretary of State at Center of Trump Election Concerns Resigns After Botching Requirement for Constitutional Amendment | 01 Feb 2021 | Pennsylvania Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar (D) resigned on Monday for failing to comply with state election law. Kathy Boockvar will leave office February 5 following three years at the department, Governor Wolf said in a press release. Pennsylvania's constitution requires that proposed amendments must pass the state legislature two times and the Secretary of State's office must put the proposed changes in two newspapers in all 67 counties ahead of each assembly vote -- Boockvar failed to do this in a constitutional amendment unrelated to the 2020 election. According to reports, Boockvar bungled the handling of a constitutional amendment related to sexual abuse victims and their ability to sue alleged abusers.

Professor wishes for death of Trump supporters while studying 'intellectual humility,' funded by large grant

Professor wishes for death of Trump supporters while studying 'intellectual humility,' funded by large grant --University won't say if he violated code of conduct | 02 Feb 2021 | Months after receiving nearly a million dollars to study "intellectual humility" toward political opponents, a professor expressed glee at the deaths of his political opponents. Mark Alfano will face no repercussions from Macquarie University because no one has formally complained about his online comments, a spokesperson for the Australian public institution told The College Fix. The associate professor in the Department of Philosophy shared a Jan. 15 New York Times tweet on the death of a Donald Trump supporter during the Jan. 6 riots outside the U.S. Capitol. His tweet, which remains live as of early Tuesday, reads: "More of this please."

New York GOPer Claudia Tenney declared victor in last lingering House race

New York GOPer Claudia Tenney declared victor in last lingering House race | 05 Feb 2021 | Republican Claudia Tenney will be declared the winner of her nail-biting rematch against upstate Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi following a marathon three-month recount. The recount and reported irregularities has been a black eye on New York’s handling of elections amid the pandemic. "Every single valid vote that was cast in New York's 22nd Congressional District has been accounted for, and counted," wrote state Supreme Court Justice Scott Del Conte, oversee the disputed recount, in a ruling released Friday. Tenney led Brindisi by 109 votes -- 156,099 votes to Brindisi's 155,989.

Democrat Introduces Gun Control Bill: Psych Evaluations, Ammo Bans, Federal Gun Registry

Democrat Introduces Gun Control Bill: Psych Evaluations, Ammo Bans, Federal Gun Registry | 05 Feb 2021 | Democrat Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee (TX) introduced a gun control bill near the start of the current Congress that, if passed, could make California's strict gun control laws seem tame by comparison. H.R.127 states that its purpose is to "provide for the licensing of firearm and ammunition possession and the registration of firearms, and to prohibit the possession of certain ammunition." The bill calls for the U.S. Attorney General to establish a licensing and registration system through the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), which would increase the federal government’s ability to monitor gun owners’ purchases and the location of their firearms by requiring them to inform the government of the "make, model, and serial number" of the firearms that they own and adds that the firearm owner must tell the government "where the firearm is or will be stored."

Trump Mulling Whether to Launch Own Social Media Platform, Says Jason Miller

Trump Mulling Whether to Launch Own Social Media Platform, Says Jason Miller | 07 Feb 2021 | Senior adviser to former President Donald Trump, Jason Miller, said on Saturday that Trump is deciding how he will reemerge on social media, including considering whether to create his own platform. "I would expect that we will see the president reemerge on social media," Miller told Breitbart News Saturday on SiriusXM 125. "Whether that's joining an existing platform or creating his new platform, there are a number of different options and a number of different meetings that they've been having on that front. Nothing is imminent on that." When pressed for more information about Trump's social media plans, Miller said "all options are on the table."

Wyoming Republican party votes to formally censure Liz Cheney, demands she resign and hand back all state political donations after she voted to impeach Trump

Wyoming Republican party votes to formally censure Liz Cheney, demands she resign and hand back all state political donations after she voted to impeach Trump --Only eight of the 74-member state GOP's central committee stood to oppose censure in a vote that didn't proceed to a formal count --The censure document accused Liz Cheney of voting to impeach even though the U.S. House didn't offer Trump 'formal hearing or due process' --In addition to the vote, the party also announced that it was going to 'withhold any future political funding' from Cheney --The motion also called for Cheney to repay donations from the state GOP and any county Republican parties that donated to her most recent campaign ​​​​​​--Republican officials said they invited Cheney but she didn't attend. An empty chair labeled 'Representative Cheney' sat at the front of the meeting room | 06 Feb 2021 | The Wyoming Republican Party voted overwhelmingly Saturday to censure U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney for voting to impeach President Donald Trump for his [alleged] role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Only eight of the 74-member state GOP's central committee stood to oppose censure in a vote that didn't proceed to a formal count. The censure document accused Cheney of voting to impeach even though the U.S. House didn't offer Trump 'formal hearing or due process.' 'We need to honor President Trump. All President Trump did was call for a peaceful assembly and protest for a fair and audited election,' said Darin Smith, a Cheyenne attorney who lost to Cheney in the Republican U.S. House primary in 2016. 'The Republican Party needs to put her on notice.'

Democrats Seek to Force Big Tech to Police Content More Tightly in Section 230 Reform Bill

Democrats Seek to Force Big Tech to Police Content More Tightly in Section 230 Reform Bill | 06 Feb 2021 | Democratic lawmakers have introduced a bill to reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, seeking to make big tech companies more accountable and force them to police their content more stringently. Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.), Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii), and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) on Friday introduced the Safeguarding Against Fraud, Exploitation, Threats, Extremism and Consumer Harms (SAFE TECH) Act to reform Section 230 and "allow social media companies to be held accountable for enabling cyber-stalking, targeted harassment, and discrimination on their platforms." ...At a recent hearing on domestic terrorism, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) warned tech companies to police content more tightly or face more stringent government intervention.

Calls for Bank of America boycott grow after data given to FBI

Calls for Bank of America boycott grow after data given to FBI | 05 Feb 2021 | Customers are calling for a boycott of Bank of America, after a report that the bank handed over the account information of hundreds of innocent people in connection with the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol. At the request of the FBI, the country's second-largest bank allegedly snooped through information of anyone making certain purchases in and around Washington before and after the riots, and handed over the information of 211 people, according to Fox News' Tucker Carlson. Only one of those 211 people was brought in for questioning, and none of them were arrested, according to Fox's report... Now, customers and non-customers alike are calling those reported actions an overreach, and taking to Twitter to announce they are canceling their accounts and calling on others to do the same.

Supreme Court to Consider 2020 Election Challenge Lawsuits in February Conference

Supreme Court to Consider 2020 Election Challenge Lawsuits in February Conference | 06 Feb 2021 | The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday scheduled several high-profile contest-of-election lawsuits, including ones brought by attorneys Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, and the Trump campaign, for consideration at its Feb. 19 conference. According to a case listing, the lawsuits include Sidney Powell's Michigan case (20-815), the Trump campaign's Pennsylvania lawsuit (20-845) and Wisconsin lawsuit (20-882), the Pennsylvania lawsuit brought by Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) (20-810), and Lin Wood's Georgia case (20-799). All cases allege some form of unlawful election-related conduct affecting the result of the election, including expansion of mail-in balloting by elections officials changing rules in contravention of state election laws, lack of adequate security measures around mail ballots, issues with machine vote tabulation, and denial of meaningful access to poll watchers.

Wyoming GOP censures Rep. Liz Cheney over impeachment vote

Wyoming GOP censures Rep. Liz Cheney over impeachment vote | 06 Feb 2021 | The Wyoming Republican Party voted overwhelmingly Saturday to censure U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney for voting to impeach President Donald Trump for his [alleged] role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Only eight of the 74-member state GOP’s central committee stood to oppose censure in a vote that didn't proceed to a formal count. The censure document accused Cheney of voting to impeach even though the U.S. House didn't offer Trump "formal hearing or due process." "We need to honor President Trump. All President Trump did was call for a peaceful assembly and protest for a fair and audited election,' said Darin Smith, a Cheyenne attorney who lost to Cheney in the Republican U.S. House primary in 2016. "The Republican Party needs to put her on notice."

The Thirty Tyrants

The Thirty Tyrants --The deal that the American elite chose to make with China has a precedent in the history of Athens and Sparta By Lee Smith | 03 Feb 2021 | Reports claiming that the Biden administration will continue the Trump administration's aggressive efforts to roll back China's technology industry are misdirection. The new administration is loaded with lobbyists for the American tech industry, who are determined to get the U.S.-China relationship back on track. Biden's Chief of Staff Ron Klain was formerly on the executive council of TechNet, the trade group that lobbies on behalf of Silicon Valley in Washington. Biden's White House counsel is Steve Ricchetti whose brother Jeff was hired to lobby for Amazon shortly after the election... What seems clear is that Biden's inauguration marks the hegemony of an American oligarchy that sees its relationship with China as a shield and sword against their own countrymen. Like Athens' Thirty Tyrants, they are not simply contemptuous of a political system that recognizes the natural rights of all its citizens that are endowed by our creator; they despise in particular the notion that those they rule have the same rights they do. Witness their newfound respect for the idea that speech should only be free for the enlightened few who know how to use it properly. Like Critias and the pro-Sparta faction, the new American oligarchy believes that democracy's failures are proof of their own exclusive right to power--and they are happy to rule in partnership with a foreign power that will help them destroy their own countrymen.

New York climbs up list of states with highest COVID-19 nursing home mortality rate after true numbers revealed

New York climbs up list of states with highest COVID-19 nursing home mortality rate after true numbers revealed --Total nursing home deaths are now equal to about 14% of the state's pre-pandemic nursing home population | 05 Feb 2021 | New York rapidly climbed among the states with the highest number of coronavirus-related nursing home fatalities after officials recently revealed thousands of additional deaths. The state's total nursing home deaths are now equal to about 14% of its pre-pandemic nursing home population -- higher than the national average of 12% -- according to data from independent think tank, the Empire Center. That places New York 13th of all 50 U.S. states. It had fallen in at 35th based on the data it had previously released.

Nevada governor touts proposal to allow tech companies to create local governments

Nevada governor touts proposal to allow tech companies to create local governments | 06 Feb 2021 | Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) touted a proposal that would allow tech companies to create local governments. A draft proposal that has not been introduced in the Nevada State legislature would clear the way for "Innovation Zones," allowing tech companies to form separate governments in the state, according to a draft of the bill obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Sisolak touted his plan on Twitter Wednesday, saying he was glad it was getting national attention as a "Top Tech Agenda." He also said that Blockchains, LLC committed to building a "smart city" that ran on its technology following the bill's passage. [CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald says: "The Google Archipelago represents the convergence of state and corporate power. This proposal offers the creation of particular islands of the Archipelago, in which one's 'rights' will be determined by the corporate masters and one’s personal autonomy will be a thing of the past." Get Google Archipelago!]

NYU study, paid for by billionaire Biden-backer, claims conservative censorship on social media isn't real

NYU study, paid for by billionaire Biden-backer, claims conservative censorship on social media isn't real --Researchers at New York University published a report claiming there is no evidence of bias against conservative social media users, and characterizing claims to the contrary as 'political disinformation.' --Ironically, the study was funded by a billionaire tech entrepreneur. --The researchers further suggested that the Biden administration create a new Digital Regulatory Agency. | 04 Feb 2021 | Conservative students and activists have been banned from multiple social media platforms over the past few years, but according to a New York University study, the reasoning is not because Big Tech companies hold a liberal bias. The report, “False Accusation, The Unfounded Claim that Social Media Companies Censor Conservatives," authored by Paul Barrett and Grant Sims states that “the false bias narrative is an example of political disinformation, meaning an untrue assertion that is spread to deceive.” The report from NYU's Center for Business and Human Rights states that Twitter, Instagram and Facebook banning former President Donald Trump may have been "unprecedented" but justified it as a "reasonable" response to his alleged violation of Twitter rules.

Fox Business suddenly cancels 'Lou Dobbs Tonight,' its highest-rated show

Fox Business suddenly cancels 'Lou Dobbs Tonight,' its highest-rated show | 05 Feb 2021 | Lou Dobbs, the longtime host of the signature right-wing talk show on the Fox Business Network, was canned by the network on Friday night. "Lou Dobbs Tonight" is off the air, effective immediately, a Fox spokesperson confirmed. An interim show will take Dobbs' place at 5 and 7 p.m. Eastern starting Monday. It was a head-scratching change by Fox Business, since Dobbs was its highest-rated host, albeit on a relatively low-rated network. He often doubled his lead-in's ratings, which is a rare feat in television. Dobbs, a veteran financial news anchor, became known at Fox Business, was one of the former president's biggest boosters on television.

Arizona Senate to Consider Contempt Charge in Election Fight

Arizona Senate to Consider Contempt Charge in Election Fight | 03 Feb 2021 | Republicans who control the Arizona Senate are moving ahead with their threat to pass a contempt resolution finding Maricopa County has failed to comply with a subpoena demanding access to elections equipment and ballots cast in the November election. The Senate Rules committee plans to meet Wednesday afternoon to start the procedure for introducing the resolution. Timing on a full Senate vote is unclear. If the resolution passes, board members could be jailed for failing to comply.

Marjorie Taylor Greene Removed From All Her Committees, Multiple Republicans Vote to Remove Her

Marjorie Taylor Greene Removed From All Her Committees, Multiple Republicans Vote to Remove Her | 04 Feb 2021 | The House of Representatives voted to remove Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) from her committee assignments on Thursday following a range of controversial remarks that she made in the past while embracing debunked conspiracy theories. Greene was removed from her assignments following a 230-199 vote where 11 Republicans broke ranks and voted with Democrats. The vote came after Greene renounced some the incendiary remarks that she made in the past during a 10-minute speech on the House floor.

San Francisco School Officials Say Acronyms Are Symptoms of 'White Supremacy'

San Francisco School Officials Say Acronyms Are Symptoms of 'White Supremacy' | 04 Feb 2021 | The San Francisco school district's art department removed an acronym from its official name in the name of antiracism. Sam Bass, director of what was previously known as the "Visual and Performing Arts" Department, or VAPA, announced the change this week in a memo explaining that acronyms are "symptoms" of "white supremacy culture." Henceforth, VAPA will be known as the Arts Department. "We are prioritizing antiracist arts instruction in our work," Bass told ABC7 on Monday. "The use of so many acronyms within the educational field often tends to alienate those who may not speak English to understand the acronym," he said, citing a 1999 paper by antiracist education consultant Tema Okun.

Biden admin. releasing illegal immigrants into U.S. cities, without COVID tests, amid new migrant surge

Biden administration's CBP revives 'catch and release' policy at border amid COVID concerns --Customs and Border Protection forced to return to controversial policy in Texas | 05 Feb 2021 | A perfect storm of events has the Biden administration's Customs and Border Protection on its heels in parts of Texas, forcing the agency to begin releasing newly arrived illegal immigrants back into U.S. cities as part of a policy known as "catch and release." This is the first time since the surge of 2019 that CBP has been compelled to revive the controversial policy. It raises concerns the Biden administration's softer, more welcoming approach will trigger a wave of migrants from Central America that could overwhelm the agency's limited detention capacity. This week, President Biden signed immigration-related executive orders, which included revoking then-President Trump s order ending the so-called "catch and release" policy.

California Marine base missing 10 pounds of C-4 explosives - reports

California Marine base missing 10 pounds of C-4 explosives - reports | 05 Feb 2021 | Around 10 pounds of explosives have vanished from a Marine Corps base in Southern California, reports said Thursday. The explosives, identified as C-4, were being stored at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms in San Bernardino County, east of Los Angeles, KGTV-TV of San Diego first reported, citing a source with knowledge of the situation. The C-4 disappeared during a long training exercise two weeks earlier and may have been stolen.

FBI Visited Home of Trump Supporter Who Was Working in DC, But Did Not Even Attend the Rally

FBI Visited Home of Trump Supporter Who Was Working in DC, But Did Not Even Attend the Rally | 04 Feb 2021 | The FBI visited the home of Trump supporter Noel Fritsch, formerly of Big League Politics, for being in DC on January 6 -- even though he was no where near the rally or subsequent takeover of the Capitol Building. Fritsch says that the agents harassed his pregnant wife and attempted to intimidate her, while she was home alone with their four young children. Speaking to the Gateway Pundit, Fritsch said that while he was in DC, he was miles away from the action. "I was at my laptop working. I work in conservative politics against Mitch and McCarthy trying to elect Tea Party and MAGA candidates to help the Trump Agenda," he explained.

Bank of America handed over customer data to feds following Capitol riot

Bank of America handed over customer data to feds following Capitol riot --At least one person was interviewed by agents based on info from America's second-largest bank By Tucker Carlson | 04 Feb 2021 | "Tucker Carlson Tonight" has exclusively obtained evidence that Bank of America, the second-largest bank in the country with more than 60 million customers, is actively but secretly engaged in the hunt for extremists in cooperation with the government. Bank of America is, without the knowledge or the consent of its customers, sharing private information with federal law enforcement agencies. Bank of America effectively is acting as an intelligence agency, but they're not telling you about it. In the days after the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, Bank of America went through its own customers' financial and transaction records. These were the private records of Americans who had committed no crime people who, as far as we know, had absolutely nothing to do with what happened at the Capitol. But at the request of federal investigators, Bank of America searched its databases looking for people who fit a specific profile. Here's what that profile was: "1. Customers confirmed as transacting, either through bank account debit card or credit card purchases in Washington, D.C., between 1/5 and 1/6. 2. Purchases made for Hotel/Airbnb RSVPs in DC, VA, and MD after 1/6. 3. Any purchase of weapons or at a weapons-related merchant between 1/7 and their upcoming suspected stay in D.C. area around Inauguration Day. 4. Airline related purchases since 1/6."...Bank of America identified a total of 211 customers who met these "thresholds of interest." At that point, "Tucker Carlson Tonight" has learned, Bank of America turned over the results of its internal scan to federal authorities, apparently without notifying the customers who were being spied upon.

'Black Lives Matter' Teams With Democrat in Attempt to Expel Over 100 Republicans From Congress

'Black Lives Matter' Teams With Democrat in Attempt to Expel Over 100 Republicans From Congress | 02 Feb 2021 | Black Lives Matter is supporting an effort to boot 100 Republicans from Congress on the grounds that anyone who voted to contest the Electoral College results must go. A resolution calling for investigations that could eventually lead to expulsions was introduced last month by Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri, who has aligned herself with the self-styled "squad" of House progressives. "There are still people in Congress who played a role in the violent insurrection a few weeks ago," the group wrote on its website. "It is not enough to denounce the white supremacy behind the attack. We must remove its endorsers from Congress -- Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, Lauren Boebert, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and the over 100 Republicans who voted against certifying the electoral college," Black Lives Matter said. "That’s why we're supporting Rep. Cori Bush's resolution, which would investigate and expel the GOP members of Congress who attempted to overturn the election [sic] and incited a white supremacist attack."

Defense Secretary Orders Military-Wide Stand-Downs to 'Address White Nationalism,' Rid Military of 'Extremists and Racists'

Defense Secretary Orders Military-Wide Stand-Downs to 'Address White Nationalism,' Rid Military of 'Extremists and Racists' | 03 Feb 2021 | Biden's Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered military-wide stand-downs pausing regular activity to "address white nationalism" in the ranks and rid the military of "extremists and racists." The Pentagon did not clearly define what makes one an extremist or how they will deal with extremism among the ranks. "We don’t know how we're going to be able to get after this in a meaningful, productive, tangible way and that is why he had this meeting today and that is why he certainly ordered this stand-down," Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters. Reuters reported: "The U.S. military on Wednesday acknowledged it was unsure about how to address white nationalism and other extremism in its ranks, and announced plans for military-wide stand-downs pausing regular activity at some point in the next 60 days to tackle the issue."

Via secret ballot, RINOs vote to keep deep-state warmonger Cheney in leadership role - despite 13% approval rating

Via secret ballot, RINOs vote to keep deep-state warmonger Cheney in leadership role - despite 13% approval rating | 03 Feb 2021 | The establishment wing of the GOP won a rare and dramatic victory Wednesday night, when Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Deep State-Wyo.) beat back an attempt by Donald Trump's staunchest allies to knock her from power as retribution for voting to impeach the former president just three weeks earlier. The 145-61 vote in favor of keeping Cheney [with a 13% approval rating] in leadership, conducted by secret ballot, followed a marathon, closed-door "family discussion" in the basement of the Capitol Visitors Center, where dozens of House Republicans lined up to voice their frustrations with the Wyoming Republican, the most powerful GOP woman in Congress, and called for her removal as conference chair, a role that entails leading the party’s messaging efforts. The critics' resolution -- led by House Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) and Rep. Matt Rosendale (R-Mont.) -- maintained that Cheney, by attacking the Republicans standard-bearer, had forfeited her right to represent the party at the leadership table.

New York Times Wants to Appoint 'Reality Czar' to Eradicate 'Disinformation'

New York Times Wants to Appoint 'Reality Czar' to Eradicate 'Disinformation' | 03 Feb 2021 | Last month, millions [sic] of Americans watched as President [sic] Biden took the oath of office and, in a high-minded Inaugural Address, called for a new era of American unity. Appoint a 'reality czar.' Several experts I spoke with recommended that the Biden administration put together a cross-agency task force to tackle disinformation and domestic extremism, which would be led by something like a "reality czar." It sounds a little dystopian, I'll grant. But let's hear them out. Right now, these experts said, the federal government's response to disinformation and domestic extremism is haphazard and spread across multiple agencies, and there's a lot of unnecessary overlap.

Greene apologizes to GOP colleagues - and gets standing ovation

Greene apologizes to GOP colleagues - and gets standing ovation | 03 Feb 2021 | Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) apologized for her past controversial remarks and embrace of the QAnon conspiracy [sic] theory during a heated closed-door House GOP conference meeting -- and received a standing ovation at one point from a number of her colleagues. Greene told her colleagues that she made a mistake by being curious about "Q" and said she told her children she learned a lesson about what to put on social media, according to two sources in the room... She received a standing ovation from some members of the caucus at the conclusion of her remarks. The House will vote Thursday on removing Greene from the House Budget and Education panels, where she was placed by Republicans. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has so far declined to take disciplinary actions against Greene.

If Black Lives Matter wins Nobel, it should be renamed to 'Mostly Peaceful' Prize

If Black Lives Matter wins Nobel, it should be renamed to 'Mostly Peaceful' Prize | 03 Feb 2021 | While 2020 may be remembered as the year Orwell turned over in his grave -- and also the year deemed the perfect "match" for Satan -- 2021 might well be remembered for the year Alfred Nobel did back flips in his...BLM was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by a Norwegian lawmaker. NBC News reported: "In his nomination letter, Petter Eide, a Socialist Left member of the Storting, Norway's parliament, wrote that he had nominated Black Lives Matter 'for their struggle against racism and racially motivated violence.'" Dedication to the elimination of the family unit, chants to murder cops, the death of at least 19 people, and one to two billion dollars in property destruction – all this seems to have escaped the notice of the Norwegian lawmaker. Or maybe it hasn't. Perhaps this is the all-encompassing goal of "social justice" -- to destroy the fabric of the social body in order to "build back better."

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