Japan drops vaccine rollout, goes to Ivermectin, ends COVID almost overnight

Japan drops vaccine rollout, goes to Ivermectin, ends COVID almost overnight | 27 Oct 2021 | Japan has PULLED the vaccines and substituted Ivermectin - and in one month, wiped COVID out in that country.

Safe? Japan pulls Moderna vaccine, ends nationwide vaccine drive after "magnetic" "metals" found to contaminate jabs.
Three lots of Moderna jabs recalled in Japan over stainless steel contamination.
Several Japanese cities report white stuff floating in jab vials.
Japan minister of health tells docs to recommend IVM.
Japan now a major success story after it beats COVID rapidly.
By September deaths from the COVID-19 Vaccine jabs were being investigated.
At roughly that time, the vials were under scrutiny and metal "magnetic" material was found in them.
Very shortly thereafter, the Japanese minister of health announced doctors could prescribe Ivermectin.
A month later, the Western press is shocked that COVID has all but disappeared from the island.

Vaccinated People Just as Likely to Spread the Delta Variant as the Unvaccinated, Yearlong Study Shows

Vaccinated People Just as Likely to Spread the Delta Variant as the Unvaccinated, Yearlong Study Shows --Study found similar peak viral load with or without shots | 28 Oct 2021 | People inoculated against Covid-19 are just as likely to spread the delta variant of the virus to contacts in their household as those who haven’t had shots, according to new research. In a yearlong study of 621 people in the U.K. with mild Covid-19, scientists found that their peak viral load was similar regardless of vaccination status, according to a paper published Thursday in The Lancet Infectious Diseases medical journal. The analysis also found that 25% of vaccinated household contacts still contracted the disease from an index case, while 38% of those who hadn't had shots became infected... The research also showed that immunity from full vaccination waned in as little as three months.

Virginia shocker: Glenn Youngkin up 8% over Democrat Terry McAuliffe in gov race poll

Virginia shocker: Glenn Youngkin up 8% over Democrat Terry McAuliffe in gov race poll | 28 Oct 2021 | Republican Glenn Youngkin holds a clear lead over Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia gubernatorial race with five days to go before Election Day, according to a just-released poll. The Fox News survey showed Youngkin leading McAuliffe by eight percentage points (53-45) among likely voters, with just 2 percent supporting other candidates or undecided. That represents a dramatic turnaround from just two weeks ago, when the same poll showed McAuliffe with 51 percent support among likely voters, 46 percent supporting Youngkin and 3 percent undecided or supporting other candidates.

California In-N-Out Shut Down Permanently for Refusing to Check Customers' Vaccination Status

California In-N-Out Shut Down Permanently for Refusing to Check Customers' Vaccination Status | 27 Oct 2021 | An In-N-Out in Contra Costa County, California, has been shut down permanently for refusing to ask patrons for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test within three days of dining in. The fast-food branch was told to close indefinitely on Tuesday according to The Hill. "The Pleasant Hill In-N-Out location received four citations in recent weeks and fines totaling $1,750, all for the same health order violation, before today's action," Contra Costa Environmental Health (CCEH) said in a statement. Arnie Wensinger, chief legal & business officer for the In-N-Out chain, said that the store "properly and clearly" posted signs that outlined the vaccination requirements for indoor diners, but said that the store refused to act as "the vaccination police for any government."

Lori Lightfoot 'booed off' stage amid Chicago vaccine mandate fallout

Lori Lightfoot 'booed off' stage amid Chicago vaccine mandate fallout | 28 Oct 2021 | Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot was mercilessly booed off a stage during a plumbers' union fundraiser amid fallout over the city's vaccine mandate for municipal workers, video shows. A 25-second clip posted to Twitter shows the moment the Democratic mayor was loudly jeered Sunday as she was introduced to Plumbers Union Local 130 -- the Windy City's first union to endorse her in the 2019 runoff election. "That’s f--king brutal," one man sitting at a table said. "And there was a resounding booing throughout the room," the attendee said. "Almost deafening...I was sitting at the table with a bunch of plumbers. They're like, 'We've never heard that before here.'"

Biden Administration Expands List of 'Sensitive' Places Where Immigration Officers Cannot Make Arrests

Biden Administration Expands List of 'Sensitive' Places Where Immigration Officers Cannot Make Arrests | 28 Oct 2021 | Joe Biden's top homeland security official on Wednesday ordered immigration officers not to arrest illegal immigrants at a number of places, including food banks and shelters. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas detailed the safe spaces for illegal aliens in a memorandum to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers. "Sensitive locations" where officers were barred from detaining people in the country illegally previously constituted of a small number of settings, including churches, hospitals, and schools. The locations are now being referred to as "protected areas."

U.S. in Talks to Pay Hundreds of Millions to Families Who Crossed Illegally Into America and Were Separated at Border

As Steve Deace noted on Twitter: "This is some traitorous crap right here." U.S. in Talks to Pay Hundreds of Millions to Families Who Crossed Illegally Into America and Were Separated at Border --Government is considering payments of $450,000 per person | 28 Oct 2021 | The Biden administration is in talks to offer immigrant families that were separated during the Trump administration around $450,000 a person in compensation, according to people familiar with the matter, as several agencies work to resolve lawsuits filed on behalf of parents and children who say the government subjected them to lasting psychological trauma [that could have been obviated if the (alleged) parents didn't illegally enter the US]. The U.S. Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services are considering payments that could amount to close to $1 million a family, though the final numbers could shift, the people familiar with the matter said. Most of the families that crossed the border illegally from Mexico to seek asylum in the U.S. included one parent and one child, the people said. government subjected them to lasting psychological trauma. Many families would likely get smaller payouts, depending on their circumstances, the people said. [Too bad homeless veterans aren't getting this money, instead.]

'Another nail in the coffin of democracy': Tulsi Gabbard slams Biden administration's 'crusade' against Julian Assange

'Another nail in the coffin of democracy': Tulsi Gabbard slams Biden administration's 'crusade' against Julian Assange | 28 Oct 2021 | Former Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has called out the “Biden-Garland administration” for its “vindictive retaliatory crusade against Julian Assange,” warning it was a slippery slope to the demise of American democracy. “If they succeed in [extraditing Assange], this will be yet another nail in the coffin of democracy here in our country and around the world,” Gabbard warned in a video posted to social media on Thursday. The Democratic representative slammed what she referred to as the “increasingly authoritarian Biden-Garland administration,” dodging any mention of Vice President Kamala Harris in favor of Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Judge Extends Order Blocking United Airlines From Putting Unvaccinated Workers Seeking Mandate Exceptions on Leave

Judge Extends Order Blocking United Airlines From Putting Unvaccinated Workers Seeking Mandate Exceptions on Leave | 27 Oct 2021 | A federal judge this week extended an order that's blocking United Airlines from putting workers who are seeking exceptions to the company's COVID-19 vaccine mandate on leave. U.S. District Judge Mark Pittman, a Trump nominee, extended the temporary restraining order until Nov. 8. Before his extension, it was to expire on Oct. 26.

Tennessee senator implores Sanders to stop unlimited Green Cards for Big Tech

Tennessee senator implores Sanders to stop unlimited Green Cards for Big Tech --"These provisions will allow Facebook, Microsoft, Google, and numerous other technology companies across America to employ a functionally limitless supply of cheaper foreign labor in place of willing, able, and qualified American workers," Senator Hagerty wrote. | 26 Oct 2021 | United States Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) has written a "Dear Colleague" letter to Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT), the Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee and author of the Democrats' tax-and-spend package, seeking an explanation concerning several radical immigration provisions that benefit Big Tech corporations to the detriment of American workers. Hagerty pointed out that the bill eliminates numerical limits on the annual allotment of green cards for foreign workers that exist to protect American workers. This provision would benefit America’s largest and most powerful tech corporations by allowing them--for a small fee--to purchase an unlimited supply of cheaper foreign labor, which not only reduces job opportunities for Americans but reduces wages by increasing the labor supply.

George Soros Bankrolls New Media Corporation That Will Pay Journalists to Fight 'Misinformation,' Control Local News Outlets

George Soros Bankrolls New Media Corporation That Will Pay Journalists to Fight 'Misinformation,' Control Local News Outlets | 26 Oct 2021 | A coalition of left-wing billionaires, including controversial hedge fund manager [deep-state dirt-bag] George Soros, are bankrolling a new media company according to a report on Tuesday from left-leaning outlet Axios. The report states that a "new public benefit corporation backed by billionaires Reid Hoffman, George Soros, and others is launching Tuesday to fund new media companies and efforts that tackle disinformation." The news comes as the corporate media continues to struggle to convince most Americans that all information which does not conform to the personal political beliefs of corporate journalists should be labeled "misinformation" and discarded. Branded "Good Information Inc." by its funders, the new company will be led by Tara McGowan, who previously led a left-wing organization called ACRONYM that reportedly spent over $100 million to ensure that President Donald Trump would lose the 2020 presidential election. ACRONYM was the subject of a complaint from the Federal Elections Commission last year.

Email Shows Biden Ordered Afghanistan Evacuation Flights Be Filled to 'Excess' With Unvetted Refugees

Email Shows Biden Ordered Afghanistan Evacuation Flights Be Filled to 'Excess' With Unvetted Refugees | 26 Oct 2021 | During America's chaotic exit from Afghanistan earlier this year, the Biden administration issued a directive that evacuation flights be filled to "excess" with refugees who had not been properly vetted before arriving in America, according to an internal administration communication disclosed on Tuesday by Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.). "Total inflow to the U.S. must exceed the number of seats available. Err on the side of excess," reads an Aug. 16 email to U.S. officials involved in the exit from Afghanistan. "This guidance provides clear discretion and direction to fill seats and to provide special consideration for women and children when we have seats." Hawley, who says he obtained the email through a U.S. official who was outraged by the Biden administration's failure to vet Afghan refugees flown into America, published the email Tuesday afternoon on Twitter.

FDA vaccine advisers vote to recommend Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11

FDA vaccine advisers vote to recommend Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11 | 26 Oct 2021 | Vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration voted 17-0 with one abstention Tuesday to recommend emergency use authorization of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine in children ages 5 to 11. Members of the FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee agreed the benefits of vaccinating younger children appeared to outweigh the risks, but some members appeared troubled about voting to vaccinate a large population of younger children based on studies of a few thousand. Pfizer has cut its vaccine to one-third of the adult dose for the children under 12 and said clinical trials showed this lower dose protected children well against symptomatic infection. The hope is it will cause fewer side-effects. [Or, the side-effects could be avoided entirely if people avoid experimental mRNA jabs.]

Climate Financing Plan Won't Help Climate, but Will Push Country to Totalitarianism - Experts

Climate Financing Plan Won't Help Climate, but Will Push Country to Totalitarianism - Experts | 26 Oct 2021 | The Biden administration's plan to impose a slew of financial regulations in order to counter climate change would end up having little impact on reducing global temperatures. But the measures would be quite effective at hurting economy, expanding government authority, and moving the country toward totalitarianism, according to several experts... [CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald, former NYU professor and authority on corporate socialism, predicted the ESG disclosures would serve to signal one's ideological compliance, similar to how shop owners in socialist countries would plaster their stores with political slogans, as described in the famous essay "Power of the Powerless" by former Czech President Václav Havel. "Either don the right symbolics (the party slogans, or in this case, ESG index score) or face the consequences," Rectenwald told The Epoch Times via email. "Incidentally, this accords with my arguments regarding what I have called 'corporate socialism.'" "While approved corporate 'stakeholders' are not necessarily monopolies, the effect of the ESG index is the vesting of as much capital in these corporations as possible, while eliminating producers deemed either unnecessary or inimical. ESG scores work to eliminate competition."

Three Ohio judges 'die unexpectedly' in nine-day span after vaccine mandate

Three Ohio judges 'die unexpectedly' in nine-day span after vaccine mandate | 25 Oct 2021 | In July, stories appeared in media outlets about Ohio judges mandating mRNA and viral vector DNA injections as a condition of probation at sentencing for criminal defendants. Now, several of those judges, are themselves DEAD, possibly from the very vax they told others to take. Franklin County (Columbus) judge David Matia sentenced at least three people to injections at the time of publishing. Said county issued a vaccine mandate that went into effect last week. All 1,400 Franklin County employees were required to show proof of Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson injection last week, or be fired. But the instant story is in Cuyahoga County (Cleveland). Two judges -- Peter Corrigan and David Matia -- were featured in the July story for sentencing people to mRNA and viral vector DNA injections. Cuyahoga County also has a vaccine mandate that required all employees to receive the injections by October 15. And whether it’s karma or coincidence, the story picks up from there.

Students Walk Out in Loudoun County: District 'Protects Rapists'

Students Walk Out in Loudoun County: District 'Protects Rapists' | 26 Oct 2021 | Students at Broad Run High School in Loudoun County, Virginia, walked out of school Tuesday morning in support of sex assault victims in the school district and to demand safety. The walkout was organized, according to WUSA9 News, with leaders asking students and teachers to leave their classes for ten minutes on Tuesday. According to the report, the walkouts were scheduled throughout multiple schools in the Loudoun County district.

Kyle Rittenhouse case: Prosecutors can't call wounded men 'victims' during upcoming trial, judge rules

Kyle Rittenhouse case: Prosecutors can't call wounded men 'victims' during upcoming trial, judge rules --Rittenhouse's defense team can describe 3 wounded men as 'rioters,' 'looters' or 'arsonists,' with exceptions | 26 Oct 2021 | A Wisconsin judge has laid out the final ground rules on what evidence will be allowed when Kyle Rittenhouse goes on trial next week for shooting three people, two fatally, during a protest last year, ruling that he will prohibit both sides from using certain words to describe the wounded individuals, according to reports. Monday's hearing was likely the last before Rittenhouse heads to trial Nov. 1 for the shootings during destructive demonstrations in Kenosha on Aug. 25, 2020, two days after a White police officer in that city shot a Black man, Jacob Blake, in the back while responding to a domestic disturbance. Rittenhouse, 18, of Antioch, Illinois, was among a number of people who traveled to the Wisconsin city that night, with the teen telling reporters on the ground there that he was in Kenosha to guard a business and to help if people got hurt.

Ivey directs agencies to resist COVID vaccination mandate

Ivey directs agencies to resist COVID vaccination mandate | 25 Oct 2021 | Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday directed state agencies not to cooperate with the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate, where possible, and instead help with the state's efforts to file a lawsuit challenging the vaccination requirements. The directive is part of Republican officials' efforts to resist the Biden administration's vaccine mandate, but the impact of the Alabama order is unclear since it can only cover state executive branch agencies. Ivey signed an executive order forbidding executive branch agencies -- which include agencies such as Medicaid, Mental Health and Human Resources -- from penalizing employees or businesses for non-compliance with the federal vaccine mandate. If federal law requires the penalty, Ivey directed the state entity to take steps to notify the affected business or individual that Alabama does not condone the penalty.

This year's Thanksgiving feast will wallop the wallet

This year's Thanksgiving feast will wallop the wallet | 25 Oct 2021 | Thanksgiving 2021 could be the most expensive meal in the history of the holiday. Matthew McClure paid 20% more this month than he did last year for the 25 pasture-raised turkeys he plans to roast at the Hive, the Bentonville, Arkansas, restaurant where he is the executive chef. And Norman Brown, director of sweet-potato sales for Wada Farms in Raleigh, North Carolina, is paying truckers nearly twice as much as usual to haul the crop to other parts of the country... Nearly every component of the traditional American Thanksgiving dinner, from the disposable aluminum turkey roasting pan to the coffee and pie, will cost more this year, according to agricultural economists, farmers and grocery executives.

Large protest against vaccine mandate for city workers takes over Brooklyn Bridge

Large protest against vaccine mandate for city workers takes over Brooklyn Bridge | 25 Oct 2021 | So many people showed up for a protest march across the Brooklyn Bridge against the city's COVID-19 vaccine mandate that for the better part of an hour, the bridge was a sea of people as far as the eye could see. Even though the number of people who turned out is dwarfed by the more than six million New York City residents who've been vaccinated, according to city records, the significant turnout at Monday's protest and rally indicated that pushback against the mandate could be fierce, particularly among police officers and firefighters. All of the thousands of demonstrators said they're against the mandate. It will require any city worker who's not vaccinated on Monday be placed on unpaid leave.

Hillary Clinton's Message to UK Prime Minister: 'Introduce Vaccine Passports'

Hillary Clinton's Message to UK Prime Minister: 'Introduce Vaccine Passports' --Boris Johnson is one of the few leaders to be hesitant to introduce the controversial measures. | 26 Oct 2021 | Former US Secretary of State and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has waded into UK politics and has said UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson should enforce vaccine passport mandates. She made the remarks in an appearance on BBC's Andrew Marr Show. During the interview, Clinton suggested the enforcement of vaccine mandates in order to contain the spike of infections ahead of the winter. "I do think it is imperative that the Prime Minister do what he can to stop the rise in Covid in the UK. He doesn't need to shut the society down but he does need to mandate vaccines," Clinton said.

52,000 Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases Recorded In Indiana; 531 Fully Vaccinated Residents Dead

52,000 Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases Recorded In Indiana; 531 Fully Vaccinated Residents Dead | 24 Oct 2021 | More than 52,000 fully vaccinated residents in Indiana have suffered from a breakthrough infection since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the state data. A total of 52,484 breakthrough infections were reported in Indiana as of Thursday, Oct. 21. The figures represent 1.568% of the state's vaccinated population, according to the Indiana Department of Health. The latest report from the state's health department also showed that 531 fully vaccinated individuals in Indiana died of COVID-19 since the state confirmed its first case of novel coronavirus on March 6, 2020.

Floating Time Bomb? Cargo Ship Leaking Flammable, Toxic Gas Catches Fire Off Washington Coast

Floating Time Bomb? Cargo Ship Leaking Flammable, Toxic Gas Catches Fire Off Washington Coast | 24 Oct 2021 | Fears of a major disaster are rising as fire rages aboard a massive container ship now drifting in the waters between the state of Washington and the British Columbian city of Victoria. Ten containers are burning, according to the Canadian Coast Guard, which said the fire was continuing to spread, according to NBC. Two containers are carrying around 57 tons of xanthates, a chemical used in mining.

NYPD's Largest Police Union Sues Mayor Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

NYPD's Largest Police Union Sues Mayor Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate | 25 Oct 2021 | The largest New York City Police Department union on Monday filed a lawsuit to block a citywide COVID-19 vaccine mandate that’s slated to go into effect by the end of this month. The Police Benevolent Association union sued over Mayor Bill de Blasio's COVID-19 vaccine mandate, which goes into effect for all police officers and other city workers on Friday, Oct. 29. "The City has provided no explanation, much less a rational one, for the need to violate the autonomy and privacy of NYPD police officers in such a severe manner, on the threat of termination," the lawsuit said, adding that the current policy to either mandate vaccines or testing for COVID-19 is "sufficient enough."

Afghan refugees to be resettled across U.S., granted thousands to buy furniture and silverware

Afghan refugees to be resettled across U.S., granted thousands to buy furniture and silverware | 24 Oct 2021 | Take some refugees, please, the Biden administration is now asking veterans and private groups. With about 55,600 Afghan refugees currently parked at military bases, the Biden administration wants to leapfrog the existing system of refugee resettlement agencies, according to CNN. It wants to create sponsorship circles of veterans and others who will provide money for refugees to have housing, furniture, silverware and a variety of other expenses -- as well as develop a resettlement plan for each refugee. To hurry up the process, the Biden administration also wants to place refugees beyond the former 100-mile limit from a resettlement office.

Biden Admin Taps School Board Association Honcho For Post in Wake of Infamous Letter

Biden Admin Taps School Board Association Honcho For Post in Wake of Infamous Letter --Appointment is the latest indication of the Biden administration's collaboration with the group | 25 Oct 2021 | The Department of Education earlier this month tapped the president of the National School Board Association to serve on a federal board that tracks student progress, the latest indication of the Biden administration's collaboration with the group that compared parents to domestic terrorists. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Oct. 13 appointed National School Board Association president Viola Garcia to the National Assessment Governing Board, which develops the tests used to track student achievement across the country. Garcia was behind a Sept. 29 letter urging Joe Biden to have the FBI monitor school board meetings for potential violence. The Department of Justice formed a task force on Oct. 4 consisting of the FBI and Justice Department's national security and civil rights divisions, sparking outrage from parents groups who say the administration is trying to stifle parents who oppose mask mandates and left-wing curricula.

GOP Doctors Caucus warns Biden healthcare vaccine mandate could worsen patient care, labor shortages

GOP Doctors Caucus warns Biden healthcare vaccine mandate could worsen patient care, labor shortages --The doctors warned a 'mass layoff of health care employees would be detrimental' to the US | 25 Oct 2021 | The GOP Doctors Caucus sent a pair of letters to Joe Biden and the director of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) warning a vaccine mandate for healthcare workers could worsen patient care and healthcare labor shortages. The congressional caucus of healthcare experts sent letters led by Rep. Andy Harris, R-Md., to Biden and CMS Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure warning of the adverse affects a vaccine mandate might have on the healthcare industry. The lawmakers also warned that the American healthcare system already seeing labor shortage pressure on it "will be further -- and perhaps catastrophically -- strained by an inflexible COVID-19 vaccine mandate forcing frontline health care workers to choose between vaccination and continued employment."

Biden Administration Announces Vaccine Rules for Travelers Into US

Biden Administration Announces Vaccine Rules for Travelers Into US  [With Exceptions, of Course, for Illegal Immigrants] | 25 Oct 2021 | The Biden regime is rolling out new vaccine requirements for international travelers coming into the United States. Starting Nov. 8, three new orders from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will be put into place, according to a senior administration official. The first requires non-U.S. citizens traveling into the country, who are not immigrants, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding their flight. Officials say both digital and paper proof of vaccination will be accepted by international airlines. 

New Emergency Powers Bill: The Premier Will Be Able to Declare a Pandemic Even if There Are No Cases Within Victoria

New Emergency Powers Bill: The Premier Will Be Able to Declare a Pandemic Even if There Are No Cases Within Victoria | 25 Oct 2021 | Controversial legislation is due to be tabled in Victoria which would grant the Premier an unprecedented level of power. The Emergency Powers bill will enter the Lower House on Tuesday, where it will likely succeed. It is expected to replace existing emergency powers. In an extraordinary move, the detail of the bill has been kept secret from the public. MPs have taken to social media to complain that they are only being briefed on the bill the night before voting on it, despite the bill's extremely serious contents. It has been rumoured that if the legislation succeeds, the Victorian premier will be able to declare a pandemic even if there are no cases within Victoria...In other words, a permanent state of emergency could be created by the premier even if there was no outbreak.

Meet Ray Epps - the Fed-Protected Provocateur Who Appears to Have Led the First 1/6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol

Meet Ray Epps - the Fed-Protected Provocateur Who Appears to Have Led the First 1/6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol | 25 Oct 2021 | In a House hearing on Thursday, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) questioned AG Merrick Garland about a mysterious man, Ray Epps, instructing protesters to enter the US Capitol building on January 5, and who later shepherded crowds toward the Capitol on January 6. The story of the mystery man, Ray Epps, featured in Rep. Massie's video is in fact far more shocking than even the Congressman implies in the hearing. It's a story so strange, and so scandalous at every turn, that it threatens to shatter the entire official narrative of the "Capitol breach" and expose yet another dimension of proactive federal involvement in the so-called "insurrection" of January 6th. If Revolver News' previous reporting points to a proactive role of the federal government in relation to the conspiracy cases against Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, the Ray Epps story that follows suggests a similar, yet more egregious, explicit, direct and immediate degree of federal involvement in the breach of the Capitol itself.

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