Twitter Suspends Key mRNA Vaccine Contributor Dr. Robert Malone

Twitter Suspends Key mRNA Vaccine Contributor Dr. Robert Malone | 29 Dec 2021 | Dr. Robert Malone, a key contributor to mRNA vaccine technology and an outspoken critic of COVID-19 mandates and rules, was suspended by Twitter. Writing on his Substack page, Malone, who had massed more than 500,000 followers, confirmed that his account was "permanently suspended from Twitter" and said, "We all knew it would happen eventually." "Over a half million followers gone in a blink of an eye. That means I must have been on the mark, so to speak," he wrote on Dec. 29. "Over the target. It also means we lost a critical component in our fight to stop these vaccines being mandated for children and to stop the corruption in our governments, as well as the medical-industrial complex and pharmaceutical industries."

NJ to pay $52.9M to families of vets who died of COVID in state-run homes

NJ to pay $52.9M to families of vets who died of COVID in state-run homes | 23 Dec 2021 | The state of New Jersey has agreed to pay a nearly $53 million settlement to the families of 119 residents of the state's military veteran facilities who died during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to reports. Each of the families will receive an average of $445,000, to be determined in future arbitration proceedings, according to an administrative official who confirmed the payout to NJ.com. The total amount of the settlement is $52,955,000. Nearly 200 veterans died at two of the state's veterans homes in Paramus and Menlo Park after the pandemic erupted in 2020. The striking number of deaths prompted a federal civil rights investigation by the Department of Justice, which wrote in a letter to New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) in Oct. 2020 that there was "cause for concern that the quality of medical care at these nursing homes has been deficient." That investigation is ongoing. [Yes, but why do New Jersey taxpayers have to foot the bill to provide cover for Murphy's murders?]

CDC Shortens COVID-19 Quarantine Guidelines for General Population

CDC Shortens COVID-19 Quarantine Guidelines for General Population | 27 Dec 2021 | The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in a reversal of a previous recommendation, cut the number of days of isolation for Americans who contract COVID-19 from 10 days to five days regardless of vaccination status. The agency similarly shortened the time that close contacts of COVID-19 need to quarantine. Authorities with the CDC said that its latest guidance is in line with more and more evidence suggesting that those who contract the coronavirus are the most infectious two days before and three days after symptoms emerge. Meanwhile, the CDC said that a surge in the Omicron variant across the United States propelled the latest guidance change.

'Door-To-Door' COVID Vaccine Teams to Target Unvaccinated 'Stragglers' in UK

'Door-To-Door' COVID Vaccine Teams to Target Unvaccinated 'Stragglers' in UK | 27 Dec 2021 | Medical personnel with covid vaccination distribution experience may begin forming teams that will advocate for vaccinations in particular areas of the UK with low vaccination rates. On Sunday, a Cabinet Minister told the Daily Mail that this plan was recently being discussed between the Department of Health and Social Care, officials from 10 Downing Street, and the National Health Service of England (NHS). This plan seeks to convince as many people as possible to get the vaccine and will especially target citizens in rural areas.

Ukraine may strike Russia first at West's behest - MP

Ukraine may strike Russia first at West's behest - MP --Opposition politician Mikhail Delyagin claims that Kiev is preparing to attack Russia. | 27 Dec 2021 | At the behest of the West, Ukraine may strike at Russia in February 2022 and launch an offensive in several directions, including in Crimea, an opposition MP in the Russian State Duma claimed on Sunday. According to RIA Novosti, the unlikely claim from Mikhail Delyagin suggested that, contrary to what has been reported by many Western publications, Russia could actually be the target of a military assault early next year. "There is a real threat of an attack on Russia. They are being prepared for it," Delyagin claimed. "Things are hard enough for them [in Ukraine] to keep people in line. The only way is war." According to the MP, the risk zone for invasion will be somewhere from early February to the end of March, and the Ukrainian troops could attack Crimea, as well as Rostov-on-Don, Belgorod, or Bryansk, three cities near the frontier.

49-Year-Old New York Times Editor Dies of Heart Attack One Day After Boasting About Getting Covid Booster Shot

49-Year-Old New York Times Editor Dies of Heart Attack One Day After Boasting About Getting Covid Booster Shot | 27 Dec 2021 | 49-year-old Carlos Tejada, a New York Times Deputy Asia Editor, died of a heart attack last week mere hours after getting a Covid booster shot. Mr. Tejada received a Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine in July, per his Instagram account. Tejada received a Moderna booster shot on December 16 and died of a heart attack less than one day later. "Double-vaxxed. Janssen-fueled, Moderna-boosted. Hey Omicron: Hit me with your wet snot," Tejada boasted on Instagram on December 16.

ICE charter flights carrying minors landed at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport four times this month

ICE charter flights carrying minors landed at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport four times this month --Three charter companies -- KaiserAir, iAero and World Atlantic Airlines -- handled the flights, which were designated as "ICE flights," Gallagher said. | 26 Dec 2021 | Charter flights carrying minors in the care of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency landed at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport four times this month, including twice on Christmas Day, an airport official confirmed Sunday. The confirmation came after a week of rumor and speculation on social media, and after U.S. Rep. Dan Meuser, R-9, Dallas, and former U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta asked officials to release information about the flights, including whether the passengers were in the country illegally. The flights originated in Texas and some of them stopped in Cincinnati en route to Pittston Twp., said Jim Gallagher, president of Aviation Technologies Inc., the airport's fixed-base operator. The first charter flight landed Dec. 11 after it was diverted from a New York airport, Gallagher said. The second flight landed Dec. 17 and two flights landed Saturday, Gallagher said. Gallagher said he personally observed young people, most or all of them minors who did not appear to speak English, disembark from the charter planes and get on buses that were parked near hangars at the airport. [Is this essentially a child trafficking scheme, organized and executed at the highest levels of the US government?]

Polar Bear swimmers forced to mask during New Year's Day dip in Pacific Ocean

Polar Bear swimmers forced to mask during New Year's Day dip in Pacific Ocean --Order goes against CDC guidelines which say swim venues should 'discourage staff and visitors from wearing masks in the water' | 27 Dec 2021 | The annual Alki Beach Polar Bear swim in West Seattle is a go for New Year’s Day 2022 with some new regulations which include participants must wear a mask. According to organizer and community activist Mark Ufkes and Lois Schipper: Adults must be vaccinated and boostered against Covid 19. Everyone must wear a mask. You and your group must be Covid-free, be in good health, and distance yourselves 6 feet from others while on the beach... According to the CDC, "Encourage people who are not fully vaccinated to use masks indoors, except in the water." The website even adds that swim venues should "discourage staff and visitors from wearing masks in the water."

Fully Vaccinated Holland America Cruise Ship Turned Away After COVID-19 Positive Tests Reported

Fully Vaccinated Holland America Cruise Ship Turned Away After COVID-19 Positive Tests Reported | 26 Dec 2021 | A Holland America Line cruise ship was denied entry to a Mexican port over the weekend after health officials discovered positive COVID-19 cases on board. The Mexican state of Jalisco's health department confirmed in a statement to media outlets that 21 crew members on the Koningsdam cruise line tested positive for COVID-19 when it arrived in the tourist resort city of Puerto Vallarta. "Through onboard testing, we have confirmed that a small number of fully vaccinated crew on Koningsdam tested positive for COVID-19," Holland America wrote in a statement on Saturday to news outlets. "All are showing mild or no symptoms and are in isolation. Close contacts have been quarantined out of an abundance of caution."

Investigation Launched After Three-Year-Old Girl Dies From Cardiac Arrest One Day After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine in Argentina

Investigation Launched After Three-Year-Old Girl Dies From Cardiac Arrest One Day After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine in Argentina | 26 Dec 2021 | The Ministry of Public Health of Tucumán, Argentina released a report that a three-year-old girl died last December 16 and the justice system has intervened and will investigate the cause of her death. "On Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 12:00 hours, a three-year-old patient, in cardiorespiratory arrest, enters the Emergency Service of the Hospital of the Child Jesus. Advanced resuscitation maneuvers are carried out and, when [she] does not respond, [her] death is declared," the Tucumán Ministry of Health said in a statement. The three-year-old child, Ámbar Suárez, received one dose of the Sinopharm, China's COVID-19 vaccine. The police and justice system will investigate the cause of her death and an autopsy will be performed.

Connecticut coronavirus cases linked to Democratic governor's holiday party - reports

Connecticut coronavirus cases linked to Democratic governor's holiday party - reports --Gov. Ned Lamont, who was not infected, attended numerous large gatherings in the days before and after the party, a spokesman said | 25 Dec 2021 | A holiday party at the home of Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont earlier this month led to a "small number" of guests contracting "breakthrough" coronavirus infections, according to reports. Neither Lamont nor his wife Annie Lamont were affected, CTInsider.com reported. The infections occurred even though guests were required to provide proof of full vaccination status as well as a negative coronavirus test result, the report said. Max Weiss, the governor's communications director, did not say whether the Lamonts and their guests were wearing masks during the party, CTInsider.com reported.

Supreme Court to hear two Biden vaccine mandate cases on Jan. 7

Supreme Court to hear two Biden vaccine mandate cases on Jan. 7 --The Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the government can force healthcare workers at facilities that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding to be jabbed, and the OSHA mandate for large employers. | 22 Dec 2021 | The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on January 7, 2022, for two vaccine mandate cases: whether the Biden administration can force large employers to mandate their employees receive COVID shots or weekly tests, and whether the government can force healthcare workers at facilities that receive Medicare or Medicaid funding to be jabbed. The former mandate is set to take effect on January 4, 2022, and it does not appear the workers whose jobs are on the line if they don't submit to the experimental injections will receive relief from the high court before then. Yesterday, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh asked the Biden administration to respond to appeals asking the Court to block enforcement of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule about large businesses, which was given the go-ahead by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit on Friday, by 4 p.m. December 30.

US Navy Warship Pauses Deployment After COVID-19 Outbreak Among '100 Percent Immunized' Crew

US Navy Warship Pauses Deployment After COVID-19 Outbreak Among '100 Percent Immunized' Crew | 25 Dec 2021 | A U.S. Navy warship has paused its deployment to South America due to a COVID-19 outbreak among its "100 percent immunized" crew, the Navy announced on Christmas Eve. "USS Milwaukee (LCS 5), a Freedom variant littoral combat ship, remains in port as some Sailors test positive for COVID-19," the U.S. 4th Fleet said in a statement. "The crew is 100 percent immunized and all COVID-19 positive Sailors are isolated on board and away from other crew members. A portion of those infected have exhibited mild symptoms. The vaccine continues to demonstrate effectiveness against serious illness." The ship currently remains in port at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, located at the southeastern end of Cuba.

Canada secretly tracked 33 million phones during COVID-19 lockdown - report

Canada secretly tracked 33 million phones during COVID-19 lockdown - report | 25 Dec 2021 | Canada's federal government admitted to secretly surveilling its population's movements during the COVID-19 lockdown by tracking 33 million phones. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) clandestinely tracked the devices to assess "the public's responsiveness during lockdown measures," the agency acknowledged last week, according to Blacklock's Reporter, which first reported the disclosure. Canada's entire population totals 38 million, according to Statistics Canada. "Evidence is coming in from many sources, from countries around the world, that what was seen as a huge surveillance surge -- post 9/11 -- is now completely upstaged by pandemic surveillance," David Lyon, author of Pandemic Surveillance and the former director of the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queen's University in Ontario, told the National Post.

Mexican Authorities Refuse to Allow Americans Aboard Cruise Ship to Disembark in Puerto Vallarta After 21 Fully Vaxxed Crew Members Test Positive for Covid

Mexican Authorities Refuse to Allow Americans Aboard Cruise Ship to Disembark in Puerto Vallarta After 21 Fully Vaxxed Crew Members Test Positive for Covid | 24 Dec 2021 | More than 1,000 Americans aboard a cruise ship were not allowed to disembark in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico due to a Covid outbreak among fully vaccinated crew members. 21 fully vaccinated crew members tested positive for Covid prompting Mexican authorities to turn the vessel away from the port. "Puerto Vallarta from our veranda. Mexican authorities won't let anyone off our cruise ship, Koningsdam. Some crew members (fully vaccinated) tested positive for Covid. Ship is headed back out to sea," one of the American passengers said in a Facebook post.

Harvard chemist Charles Lieber found guilty of all charges related to Chinese research funding

Harvard chemist Charles Lieber found guilty of all charges related to Chinese research funding | 22 Dec 2021 | The former chair of Harvard University’s chemistry department has been convicted of all six felony charges he faced related to his receipt of millions of dollars in research funding from China, and now faces up to 26 years in prison and up to $1.2 million (£900,000) in fines. Charles Lieber, who is living with late-stage lymphoma, was found guilty on 21 December of two counts of making false statements to federal authorities, two counts of filing a false income tax return, and two counts of failing to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The 62-year-old will be sentenced at a later hearing. Lieber was arrested in January 2020 for concealing his affiliation with the Wuhan University of Technology (WUT) in China from his university and the US government agencies that funded his work.

Fourteen GOP Lawmakers Sign Letter to DC Mayor Bowser to Fire Deputy Warden Landerkin Who Allows Torture of DC Political Prisoners

Fourteen GOP Lawmakers Sign Letter to DC Mayor Bowser to Fire Deputy Warden Landerkin Who Allows Torture of DC Political Prisoners | 24 Dec 2021 | There are currently dozens of Trump supporters indefinitely detained without trial at the DC Gulag in Washington DC. The corrupt DC judges will not allow these men to post bail and many are beaten and regularly abused by the DC prison guards. The J-6 protesters have been beaten by the Trump-hating guards to within an inch of their lives. The Deputy Warden is a leftist who regularly tweets vicious attacks at Trump supporters. Kathleen Landerkin is Deputy Warden at the DC Gulag. Landerkin even tweeted how she wants white Republicans to go extinct. Landerkin allows Trump supporters to be beaten, neglected, and abused by the prison guards. On December 16, 2021, fourteen Republicans signed a letter to Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser demanding she fire Deputy Warden Kathleen Landerkin after news emerged of Landerkin's extremist beliefs and torturing of prisoners.

CDC Confirms Comirnaty Not Available in USA, Meaning No FDA-Approved COVID Vax Is Available to Americans

CDC Confirms Comirnaty Not Available in USA, Meaning No FDA-Approved COVID Vax Is Available to Americans | 23 Dec 2021 | Despite news reports claiming otherwise, the CDC has officially confirmed that Comirnaty is not currently available in the United States, meaning no FDA-approved Covid vaccine is available to Americans. The new Pfizer Covid vaccine, Comirnaty, was approved by the FDA in August of this year, making it the first COVID-19 vaccine to receive a full FDA authorization. Previously, the Pfizer vaccine and all other COVID-19 vaccines were being used under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), and this is what was granted to the Pfizer vaccine as it was originally manufactured and labeled.

Man arrested for alleged kidnapping, sex with minor, Gascon's office recommended $0 bail - California police

Man arrested for alleged kidnapping, sex with minor, Gascon's office recommended $0 bail - California police | 24 Dec 2021 | A 21-year-old homeless man was arrested in Los Angeles County this week on charges of kidnapping and having sex with a minor, according to police. Simon Lopez was arrested Monday afternoon in a residential neighborhood of Canoga Park, Glendale police said in a press release... Investigators learned that the male was seen physically assaulting the minor before fleeing the area in a vehicle. Investigators also learned that Lopez had been having a romantic relationship with a minor under the age of 15 and had a non-local warrant out for his arrest, according to police. He was charged with kidnapping, domestic violence, engaging in intercourse with a minor, and for his outstanding warrant. Glendale police said District Attorney George Gascón's office recommended that Lopez's bail be set at $0 because of the county's emergency "Zero-Dollar" bail order. [Be sure to visit Recall Gascon Now.]

FAA fears 5G could affect 'wide range' of aircraft systems

FAA fears 5G could affect 'wide range' of aircraft systems | 24 Dec 2021 | The FAA issued the broadened safety bulletin on Thursday, outlining new concerns on how 5G networks could impact aviation while stating that it is working with telecom providers to ensure the two can "safely coexist." The agency had previously warned that 5G could disrupt aircrafts' radio altimeters - which allow planes to land in low-visibility conditions, among other things. But its latest notice states that anomalous data readings from altimeters could in turn affect a "wide range" of other safety systems, naming at least 17 - from terrain awareness and ground proximity, to take-off and flight control, as well as various warning systems.

Former Minneapolis Officer Kim Potter Found Guilty on Manslaughter Charges

Former Minneapolis Officer Kim Potter Found Guilty on Manslaughter Charges | 23 Dec 2021 | A jury found Kim Potter, the former Minnesota police officer who said she mistakenly thought her gun was a Taser, guilty on two manslaughter counts on Wednesday. Potter, a former Brooklyn Center police officer, pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter charges in connection to the death of Daunte Wright, which sparked protests and violent riots earlier this year. Potter said she mistakenly took her pistol for a Taser when she shot Wright in April. The jury, comprised of six men and six women, spent over 26 hours deliberating before rendering the decision. Potter, 49, will face a sentence of about seven years under state guidelines, though prosecutors have said they will seek more.

Inflation hits highest level in 39 years as consumer prices jump 5.7 percent

Inflation hits highest level in 39 years as consumer prices jump 5.7 percent | 23 Dec 2021 | The inflation rate is running at its hottest pace in nearly four decades, as widespread supply disruptions, high consumer demand and worker shortages fuel a surge in prices. Consumer prices soared by 5.7 percent in the year through November, according to the Personal Consumption Expenditures price index released by the Commerce Department Thursday. That topped the previous month's rate of 5.1 percent, becoming the fastest pace increase since February 1982, when it hit 6.2 percent. The string of annual price gains have far outpaced the 2 percent inflation target set by the Federal Reserve. Food and energy prices rose 4.7 percent in November from the prior year, which is also the highest since 1982.

Triple-Vaxxed House Democrat Whip James Clyburn Tests Positive for Covid-19

Triple-Vaxxed House Democrat Whip James Clyburn Tests Positive for Covid-19 | 22 Dec 2021 | Fully vaccinated and boosted House Democrat Whip James Clyburn on Wednesday evening announced he tested positive for Covid-19. "Tonight, I received a positive COVID-19 diagnosis. This is a breakthrough case, and I am asymptomatic." the 81-year-old lawmaker said... Fully vaccinated and boosted Senators Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren tested positive for Covid this week. Five fully vaccinated representatives also tested positive for Covid this week.

University of California Fires Director of Ethics Program for Defying COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

University of California Fires Director of Ethics Program for Defying COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate | 21 Dec 2021 | Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, the longtime professor of psychiatry at the University of California–Irvine School of Medicine who sued the university over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate because it made no exceptions for natural immunity, has been fired by the institution for refusing the vaccine. In a blog post titled "Farewell, University of California," Dr. Kheriaty said he received notice of what he called his "arbitrary and capricious" firing on Dec. 16. It was effective the same day. The termination ends his UCI medical teaching career and his longtime role as director of the Medical Ethics Program at UCI Health. Kheriaty said he worked unpaid nights helping the UCI president's office draft triage guidelines for scarce resources and vaccines during the pandemic. When N-95 masks were so scarce that hospitals kept them under lock and key, Kheriaty said he found a supply at a local construction company and provided them to doctors and nurses.

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American mercenaries preparing 'chemical weapon' incident in east Ukraine, Russia claims

Heads up! The deep state is poised to carry out a big fat false flag in Ukraine: American mercenaries preparing 'chemical weapon' incident in east Ukraine, Russia claims | 21 Dec 2021 | US private military companies (PMCs) are preparing a provocation using chemical weapons in troubled and tense eastern Ukraine, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu claimed on Tuesday. Moscow believes there are more than 120 employees of American PMCs operating in the region, where they are working with Ukrainian special forces. Containers with "unidentified chemical components" have been delivered to the cities of Avdeevka and Krasny Liman in Donbass in order to stage provocations, Shoigu said, at Tuesday’s meeting of the Defense Ministry board, in Moscow, attended by President Vladimir Putin.

Judge Blocks Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors in 10 States

Judge Blocks Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors in 10 States | 21 Dec 2021 | A federal judge in Missouri has issued a temporary hold on the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors in 10 U.S. states while litigation plays out. "We just beat the Biden Administration in court again,"Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced on Twitter late Monday. "This afternoon, we obtained a preliminary injunction against the vaccine mandate on federal contractors, halting enforcement of that mandate in Missouri and the other states in our coalition." The preliminary injunction, issued by U.S. Magistrate Judge David Noce, applies to Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Schmitt and Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, both Republicans, on Oct. 29 co-led the 10 states in suing the Biden administration over the mandate, calling it "unconstitutional, unlawful, and unwise."

Fully vaccinated and boosted Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan tests positive for COVID-19

Fully vaccinated and boosted Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan tests positive for COVID-19 | 20 Dec 2021 | Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday he tested positive for COVID-19. Hogan said he received a positive rapid test for COVID-19 as part of his regular testing routine. "I have been vaccinated and boosted, and I am feeling fine at the moment," Hogan said in a tweet. A spokesman for the governor's office said they are still waiting on the PCR test result. The governor continues to urge Marylanders to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. [Why? "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."]

'Potential terrorist' from Saudi Arabia nabbed at US-Mexico border; ties to Yemeni subjects of interest, feds say

'Potential terrorist' from Saudi Arabia nabbed at US-Mexico border; ties to Yemeni subjects of interest, feds say --Saudi man, 21, was photographed wearing 'Central Oneida County Volunteer' jacket | 20 Dec 2021 | A "potential terrorist" with links to a number of "Yemeni subjects of interest" was captured in Arizona late last week after illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. Border Patrol officials announced Monday. The 21-year-old man was apprehended Thursday night entering the U.S. from Mexico through Yuma, Arizona, according to a tweet from Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Chris T. Clem. He appears to have been wearing a jacket emblazoned with an American flag patch and another that stated: "Central Oneida County Volunteer." The man is allegedly from Saudi Arabia and "is linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest."

Guard Coby White becomes second fully vaccinated Chicago Bulls player to test positive for COVID-19

Guard Coby White becomes second fully vaccinated Chicago Bulls player to test positive for COVID-19 | 1 Dec 2021 | Chicago Bulls guard Coby White tested positive for COVID-19, coach Billy Donovan announced after practice Wednesday afternoon. White will enter the NBA's health and safety protocols and will not travel with the team to New York this week for games against the Knicks and Brooklyn Nets. White is the second Bulls player to contract the coronavirus recently, following center Nikola Vucevic, who missed seven games last month while in the league's health and safety protocols. All Bulls players have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, an achievement the team reached at the start of November.

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