January 6 Committee Admits it Doctored Text Message Between Meadows and Jordan

January 6 Committee Admits it Doctored Text Message Between Meadows and Jordan | 15 Dec 2021 | Following reporting by The Federalist that Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and his staff doctored a text message between Rep. Jim Jordan and former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, the House Jan. 6 committee admitted over email that it did, in fact, doctor the text message. As The Federalist reported on Wednesday morning, on Jan. 5, 2021, Jordan forwarded to Meadows a three-paragraph legal summary from attorney Joseph Schmitz, summarizing a four-page legal memorandum Schmitz had written regarding congressional certification of the 2020 presidential electoral vote count. In a statement provided to The Federalist via email, a Democrat spokesman for the Jan. 6 committee confessed that the committee doctored the text message.

House votes to hold Mark Meadows in contempt of Congress

House votes to hold Mark Meadows in contempt of Congress | 14 Dec 2021 | The House of Representatives voted Tuesday in favor of a resolution to hold former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in contempt of Congress. The vote comes a day after the House Select Committee investigating [sic] the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol voted 9-0 to recommend Meadows for prosecution after he refused to testify before the panel. The resolution was adopted in a 222-208 vote. Reps. Adam Kinzinger (IL) and Liz Cheney (WY) [two corrupt "Republican" deep-state dirt-bags] voted with the seven Democrats.

Canadian province stops giving boosters to elders who have had COVID in the past due to severe, life-threatening side effects

Canadian province stops giving boosters to elders who have had COVID in the past due to severe, life-threatening side effects --The immunization committee of Quebec reversed its recommendation after reports of severe side effects. | 11 Dec 2021 | The Quebec government had to stop giving boosters to elders who had received two doses of the COVID vaccine and previously had COVID due to severe, life-threatening side effects. The province’s immunization committee initially recommended that elders who had COVID in the past and who also received both doses of a COVID vaccine be given a booster shot. However, elders in that category reacted very poorly to the booster. Many patients developed a fever after receiving their third dose. They lost appetite, became physically weak, tired and lethargic, Le Devoir reported. In more severe cases, the booster dose caused the patients difficulties in breathing and lowering oxygen levels. Some elders also became delirious after receiving the injection.

Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID vaccines less effective at fighting Omicron - study

Pfizer, AstraZeneca COVID vaccines less effective at fighting Omicron - study | 13 Dec 2021 | Pfizer and AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccines are not as effective in fighting off the Omicron variant compared to other strains, according to a new study published Monday. Researchers from the University of Oxford said in the pre-print paper that they had discovered a "substantial fall" in neutralizing antibodies when the Omicron variant was introduced to blood samples 28 days after participants received their second dose of either Pfizer or AstraZeneca’s vaccine. The study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, discovered that some of the participants "failed to neutralize [the virus] at all."

Supreme Court rejects religious challenge to NY vaccine mandate

Supreme Court rejects religious challenge to NY vaccine mandate --Justices Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch dissented | 13 Dec 2021 | The Supreme Court [of useless eaters] on Monday refused to block a New York regulation that requires health care workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine without any religious exemptions. The vaccine mandate for health care workers, which went into effect in August, allows only for medical exemptions but not religious ones. The Supreme Court turned away two applications from doctors and nurses in the state for injunctive relief to allow religious exemptions while litigation continues in the lower courts over the mandate's constitutionality. Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch dissented. Gorsuch wrote in his dissent that the mandate turns away the very doctors and nurses the state has depended on throughout the course of the pandemic.

Google tells employees they'll lose pay and will eventually be fired if they don't follow vaccination rules

Google tells employees they'll lose pay and will eventually be fired if they don't follow vaccination rules | 14 Dec 2021 | Google has told its employees that they will lose pay -- and will eventually be fired -- if they don’t comply with the company’s Covid-19 vaccination policy, according to internal documents viewed by CNBC. A memo circulated by leadership said employees had until Dec. 3 to declare their vaccination status and upload documentation showing proof, or to apply for a medical or religious exemption. The company said after that date it would start contacting employees who hadn't uploaded their status or were unvaccinated, as well as those whose exemption requests weren't approved.

FDA Works With USPS to Hold Packages Containing Ivermectin

FDA Works With USPS to Hold Packages Containing Ivermectin | 13 Dec 2021 The FDA is allegedly working with the USPS to hold packages containing Ivermectin at JFK, a port of entry for the drug from foreign sources. Aaron Siri posted a Nov. 10 letter using FDA Personal Importation policy to refuse delivery of the drug to a customer whose name is redacted on the letter.

'Good Riddance' a Top Twitter Trend as Chris Wallace Leaves for CNN

'Good Riddance' a Top Twitter Trend as Chris Wallace Leaves for CNN | 13 Dec 2021 | The hashtag #goodriddance was among the top trends Sunday on Twitter as anti-Trump host [and previous Iraq war pimp] Chris Wallace announced he is leaving "Fox News Sunday" for CNN's streaming service. "He'll be controlled by the radical left," then-President Donald Trump said about the prospect of facing Wallace as moderator in the one and only 2020 presidential debate. "They control him." Former Trump adviser Steve Cortes tweeted his testy exchange with Wallace after that debate, where Wallace was blasted for "haranguing" Trump and "his incredibly biased performance as debate moderator."

Mayor Declares State of Emergency in Arizona City Rocked by Illegal Immigration

Mayor Declares State of Emergency in Arizona City Rocked by Illegal Immigration | 11 Dec 2021 | The mayor of an Arizona border city that has nearly 100,000 residents declared a state of emergency this week due to the soaring numbers of illegal immigrants flooding in from Mexico. Yuma Mayor Douglas Nicholls said he issued the declaration "due to the unprecedented numbers of migrants entering the city prior to being processed and released by Border Patrol." The action enables the city to receive state and federal funding to try to combat the crisis. Apprehensions of illegal immigrants in Customs and Border Protection's Yuma Sector have shot up since Joe Biden took office in January. Border agents in the sector made about 8,800 arrests in fiscal year 2020, which ended in September 2020. They made over 114,000 arrests in fiscal year 2021 and 21,623 arrests in the month of October alone.

Spokesman: 8 factory workers dead, 8 missing from tornado

Spokesman: 8 factory workers dead, 8 missing from tornado --Kentucky was the worst-hit state by far in an unusual mid-December swarm of twisters across the Midwest | 12 Dec 2021 | Workers on the night shift at Mayfield Consumer Products were in the middle of the holiday rush, cranking out candles, when a tornado closed in on the factory and the word went out: "Duck and cover." Autumn Kirks pulled down her safety goggles and took shelter, tossing aside wax and fragrance buckets to make room. She glanced away from her boyfriend, Lannis Ward, and when she looked back, he was gone. Gov. Andy Beshear initially said Saturday that only 40 of the 110 people working in the factory at the time were rescued, and that "it’ll be a miracle if anybody else is found alive in it." But on Sunday, the candle company said that while eight were confirmed dead and eight remained missing, more than 90 others had been located.

Hospitalizations, Mortality Cut in Half After Brazilian City Offered Ivermectin to Everyone Pre-Vaccine

Hospitalizations, Mortality Cut in Half After Brazilian City Offered Ivermectin to Everyone Pre-Vaccine | 12 Dec 2021 | Early on in the pandemic, before the vaccines were available, the Southern Brazilian city of Itajai offered Ivermectin as a prophylaxis against the disease. Between July and December of 2020, roughly 220,000 people were offered a dose of 0.2mg/kg/day (roughly 18mg for a 200lb person) as an optional treatment for 2 days, once every two weeks. 133,051 people took them up on it, while 87,466 did not. After analyzing the data, a team of researchers spanning several Brazilian institutes, the University of Toronto, and Columbia's EAFIT concluded in a December pre-print study that hospitalization and mortality rates were cut in half over the seven month period among the Ivermectin group.

4 States Call in National Guard to Deal With Health Care Staffing Crisis

4 States Call in National Guard to Deal With Health Care Staffing Crisis | 12 Dec 2021 | At least four states in recent weeks have called in members of the National Guard to deal with health care staffing issues amid COVID-19 vaccine mandates for hospital and nursing home workers. Late last week, Indiana became the latest state to deploy the National Guard to hospitals. The Indiana Department of Health confirmed to local media that Guard members were sent to 13 facilities after officials with Indiana University Health, the state's largest hospital system, made the request. Indiana University officials said it's dealing with "all-time highs" of both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients. Earlier this year, about 125 Indiana University health care workers were fired for not complying with the system’s vaccine mandate, although the hospital said at the time that most fired workers were part-time.

Jussie Smollett guilty of staging hate crime and lying about it

Jussie Smollett guilty of staging hate crime and lying about it --The Empire actor was found guilty on five counts of disorderly conduct, but the jury acquitted him on one count. | 9 Dec 2021 | Battered in the court of public opinion almost from the moment he reported he had been attacked near his Streeterville home three years ago, actor Jussie Smollett was convicted Thursday by a Cook County jury following an eight-day trial. The Empire actor was found guilty of five counts of disorderly conduct and acquitted on a sixth count after nine hours of deliberation by jurors -- six women and six men, only one of whom was Black -- indicating they may have struggled to reach a consensus... The actor will remain free on his own recognizance until his sentencing, which will likely not take place for several months.

U.S. Wins Appeal in Julian Assange Case, Bringing His Extradition Closer

U.S. Wins Appeal in Julian Assange Case, Bringing His Extradition Closer --Lawyers for the WikiLeaks founder said they would seek permission to appeal the ruling at the U.K. Supreme Court | 10 Dec 2021 | The U.S. government won an appeal in its bid to extradite Julian Assange, clearing an important hurdle in Washington's years-long battle to put the WikiLeaks founder on trial on spying charges. The decision by the U.K. High Court to overturn a lower-court ruling isn't the end of the case. Lawyers representing Mr. Assange said they would seek permission to appeal the ruling at the U.K. Supreme Court, setting the stage for weeks or even months of further legal wrangling, lawyers say. In their ruling, Lord Chief Justice Ian Burnett and Lord Justice Tim Holroyde said diplomatic assurances given by the U.S. that Mr. Assange wouldn't be held under the strictest maximum-security conditions if extradited were sufficient to clear the path to extradition. The High Court said Mr. Assange should remain in prison while the process continues.

Assange suffered stroke in UK prison - fiancee

Assange suffered stroke in UK prison - fiancee | 12 Dec 2021 | WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange has suffered a ministroke due to the extreme stress of fighting extradition to the US from the UK's maximum-security Belmarsh Prison, according to his fiancee Stella Moris. Assange was diagnosed with a transient ischemic attack following one of his High Court appeal appearances via video link back on October 27, the mother of his two children revealed to the Mail on Sunday. Also called a ministroke, TIA is often seen as a warning sign of a possible major stroke in future and requires medical attention. Assange has since had an MRI scan and is now reportedly taking anti-stroke medication.

DeSantis Proposes $8 Million in Budget to Relocate Illegal Immigrants to Delaware, Martha's Vineyard

DeSantis Proposes $8 Million in Budget to Relocate Illegal Immigrants to Delaware, Martha's Vineyard | 11 Dec 2021 | Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis set $8 million in his 2022-23 budget to transport illegal immigrants out of The Sunshine State. He proposed the spending in the Freedom First Budget to protect against harms resulting from illegal immigration. The spending may include the transportation of unauthorized aliens located within Florida to other states or the District of Columbia. "In yesterday's budget, I put in $8 million for us to be able to transport people illegally [in the United States] out of the state of Florida," he said during a press conference on Friday. The Republican governor listed Delaware, Joe Biden's hometown state, and Martha's Vineyard, where former President Barack Obama owns a mansion, as potential destinations to relocate the illegal immigrants. "If you sent [illegal immigrants] to Delaware or Martha's Vineyard or some of these places, that border would be secure the next day," he said.

29 US States Have Confirmed Omicron Variant Cases, Most Among Vaccinated

29 US States Have Confirmed Omicron Variant Cases, Most Among Vaccinated | 11 Dec 2021 | Ohio and Rhode Island on Saturday became the 28th and 29th states to report cases of the Omicron virus variant. Ohio officials said two cases were detected, both of which were among persons who were fully vaccinated more than six months ago. Rhode Island officials confirmed one case. The patient is fully vaccinated and recently returned from New York... Across 29 states, 110 cases have been reported as of Saturday. Officials disclosed the vaccination status of 66 of the infected individuals. Of those, the vast majority, or 52, were fully vaccinated. Some had even gotten booster shots.

White House officials push for favorable Biden coverage in secret meetings with news outlets

White House officials push for favorable Biden coverage in secret meetings with news outlets | 8 Dec 2021 | The White House is reportedly unhappy with the media coverage of Joe Biden and has embarked on a mission to change that, according to a report late Tuesday. CNN reported that three top White House officials are secretly meeting with major news outlets to persuade them into more favorable coverage of the president [sic]. The officials also are seeking positive stories about job creation, the economy and the supply chain, arguing the economy is in better shape than it was last year, according to the report. The White House officials attending the meetings are said to be National Economic Deputy Directors David Kamin and Bharat Ramamurti along with Ports Envoy John Porcari. While CNN did not name any of the outlets they met with, it did say that they’ve spoken with anchors, producers and reporters.

Death toll could exceed 100 following tornadoes, severe weather - Kentucky governor

Death toll could exceed 100 following tornadoes, severe weather - Kentucky governor --About 110 people were in a Mayfield, Kentucky candle factory when the tornado hit. | 11 Dec 2021 | A monstrous tornado, carving a track that could rival the longest on record, ripped through the middle of the U.S. in a storm front that killed dozens and tore apart a candle factory, crushed a nursing home, derailed a train and smashed an Amazon warehouse. ...Crews sifted through the wreckage of the candle factory in Mayfield, where 110 people were working overnight Friday when the storm hit In Kentucky alone, 22 were confirmed dead by Saturday afternoon. But Gov. Andy Beshear said upwards of 70 may have been killed when a twister touched down for more than 200 miles (320 kilometers) in his state and that the number of deaths could eventually exceed 100 across 10 or more counties... If early reports are confirmed, the twister "will likely go down perhaps as one of the longest track violent tornadoes in United States history," said Victor Genzini, a researcher on extreme weather at Northern Illinois University.

Leaked SoCal hospital records reveal huge, automated markups for healthcare

Leaked SoCal hospital records reveal huge, automated markups for healthcare By David Lazarus | 10 Dec 2021 | Ridiculous, seemingly arbitrary price markups are a defining characteristic of the $4-trillion U.S. healthcare system -- and a key reason Americans pay more for treatment than anyone else in the world. But to see price hikes of as much as 675% being imposed in real time, automatically, by a hospital's computer system still takes your breath away. I got to view this for myself after a former operating-room nurse at Scripps Memorial Hospital in Encinitas shared with me screenshots of the facility's electronic health record system... Her screenshots, taken earlier this year, speak for themselves. What they show are price hikes ranging from 575% to 675% being automatically generated by the hospital's software. The eye-popping increases are so routine, apparently, the software even displays the formula it uses to convert reasonable medical costs to billed amounts that are much, much higher.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Ends School Mask Mandate

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Ends School Mask Mandate --Department of Education hosts mask-free event as state battles to keep masks on kids | 11 Dec 2021 | The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Friday affirmed a Commonwealth Court decision that said Acting Health Secretary Alison Beam did not have the authority to issue a mask mandate for everyone indoors at schools and childcare centers. It means, effective immediately, school mask mandates are no longer mandatory, although many schools have a local rule that students who wish to wear a mask may still do so. The suit was brought by Pennsylvania Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, a Republican who is running for governor. It was filed personally, as a parent, along with other parents, and not as part of a Senate action.

Ritual Humiliation of Children in Germany: Kids Are Forced to Go to Front of the Class and State Their Vaccination Status - The Vaccinated Are Applauded

Ritual Humiliation of Children in Germany: Kids Are Forced to Go to Front of the Class and State Their Vaccination Status - The Vaccinated Are Applauded | 10 Dec 2021 | Children in Germany are put through the ritual humiliation of going to the front of their classroom and stating their vaccination status. The vaccinated are applauded. The unvaccinated have to explain why they haven't taken the jab. Journalist Alex Story reported on the ritual humiliation of children in Germany.

CNN producer, former Chris Cuomo staffer arrested for allegedly inducing minors for sex

CNN producer, former Chris Cuomo staffer arrested for allegedly inducing minors for sex --John Griffin is a senior producer on CNN's morning program 'New Day' | 11 Dec 2021 | CNN suspended one of its staffers following a federal indictment accusing him of coercing parents to allow their minor daughters to engage in sexual activity in his home. John Griffin, who according to his LinkedIn profile is a senior producer for CNN's flagship morning program "New Day," was arrested on Friday by the FBI after being charged by a grand jury in Vermont "with three counts of using a facility of interstate commerce to attempt to entice minors to engage in unlawful sexual activity."

Chris Cuomo sought to discredit Fox News' Janice Dean for speaking out on brother's nursing home scandal

Chris Cuomo sought to discredit Fox News' Janice Dean for speaking out on brother's nursing home scandal --The now-fired CNN anchor allegedly referred to Dean as 'this Fox weather b----' to the governor's staff | 10 Dec 2021 | Disgraced CNN anchor Chris Cuomo reportedly leveled personal attacks against Fox News' senior meteorologist Janice Dean, an outspoken critic of his brother's nursing home scandal. Dean, who lost both of her in-laws last year after they had contracted the coronavirus in nursing homes, had placed blame on then-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's controversial policy ordering assisted-living facilities to accept COVID-positive patients in the early weeks of the pandemic. However, the New York Post reported that the "Cuomo Prime Time" host was in close contact with the governor's office and expressed his desire to target the Fox News star, according to a source.

Navy destroyer second-in-command relieved of duty over refusal to take COVID-19 vaccine

Navy destroyer second-in-command relieved of duty over refusal to take COVID-19 vaccine --Commander Lucian Kins applied for a religious exemption, which was refused by the Navy | 10 Dec 2021 | A top-ranking officer for U.S. Navy destroyer USS Winston S. Churchill was relieved of duty Friday night over his refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Speaking to Fox News, a senior US Navy official familiar with the situation said Commander Lucian Kins, the Arleigh Burke-class Navy ship's number-two officer, refused to get vaccinated or tested. Sources tell Fox News that Kins applied for a religious exemption, which was refused by the Navy, and that he later appealed that decision. In a statement issued to Fox News, LCDR Jason S. Fischer, a Navy spokesman, claimed that Kins was relieved of duty "due to loss of confidence" in his ability to perform work duties.

Mark Meadows Will No Longer Cooperate with House Jan. 6th Inquisition

Mark Meadows Will No Longer Cooperate with House Jan. 6th Inquisition | 7 Dec 2021 | Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows will stop cooperating with the House January 6th Inquisition despite previous efforts to work with them. Meadows and his attorney, George Terwilliger, informed the committee Tuesday morning after Meadows could not come to terms with lawmakers on an arrangement to work with them. "We have made efforts over many weeks to reach an accommodation with the committee," Terwilliger told Fox News.

Canadian province allows grocers to ban unvaccinated food shoppers

Canadian province allows grocers to ban unvaccinated food shoppers | 6 Dec 2021 | Grocery stores in Canada's New Brunswick province are now allowed to lay down the law with shoppers who aren't vaccinated against Covid-19: No jab, no food. The provision -- which was contained in a "winter action plan" announced by New Brunswick Health Minister Dorothy Shephard on Friday -- gives grocery stores, malls and salons the option of either enforcing physical-distancing rules or requiring proof of vaccination to enter their establishments. Other new restrictions include limiting household gatherings to 20 people, capping outdoor gatherings at 50 people and requiring unvaccinated people to avoid indoor gatherings -- in other words, a lonely and potentially hungry Christmas for the unjabbed... Citizens must register to travel, and all unvaccinated people entering the province must be quarantined and take a test to prove they’re not infected after 10 days in isolation.

Over 23,500 airmen and guardians say no to COVID vaccines as final deadline passes

Over 23,500 airmen and guardians say no to COVID vaccines as final deadline passes | 3 Dec 2021 | Nearly 95% of airmen and guardians -- about 473,000 people -- are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, the Department of the Air Force announced Friday. About 23,500 troops remained unvaccinated as of 8 a.m. Friday, more than half of whom belong to the Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard. That accounts for around one in every 20 people in the department. Nearly twice as many Guard and Reserve airmen are unvaccinated than in the active duty component, 14,500 to 8,800.

Germans, Australians dragged to government 'quarantine centers' for COVID-19

Germans, Australians dragged to government 'quarantine centers' for COVID-19 --Quarantine centers in Germany have included prisons, and Australian authorities have resorted to isolated camps under 24-hour surveillance. | 3 Dec 2021 | More than a dozen people have been forcibly placed in government isolation facilities in Germany while hundreds of people have been held in similar Australian centers as Western countries continue to ramp up the use of forced quarantine centers in the name of stopping COVID-19. A recent survey by German newspaper Welt am Sonntag found that at least 15 people have been taken to quarantine facilities in Germany's 10 largest cities since the beginning of the year. The 15 individuals, who allegedly violated at-home isolation requirements for COVID-19, include 11 in Munich, two in Stuttgart, and one each in Düsseldorf and Frankfurt, Welt am Sonntag reported. The full number of cases is likely higher, as authorities Berlin and Leipzig did not provide figures to the paper. Some of the quarantine facilities were located within prisons, according to Welt. "Most of the federal states have closed areas in hospitals or prisons for quarantine breakers," the outlet noted.

Connecticut Reports First Confirmed Case of Omicron Variant in Fully Vaccinated Hartford County Man

Connecticut Reports First Confirmed Case of Omicron Variant in Fully Vaccinated Hartford County Man | 4 Dec 2021 | Connecticut has reported its first case of the Omicron variant. State officials said Saturday that a man in his 60s from Hartford County developed mild symptoms on Nov. 27. He took an at-home COVID test and tested positive on Nov. 29, then took a molecular test on Dec. 1, which also came back positive. The man is fully vaccinated. Officials say a family member of the man was in New York City between Nov. 17-22 to attend the Anime NYC convention at the Javits Center. That family member developed mild symptoms on Nov. 21, and on Nov. 23, they took an at-home COVID test, which came back positive... They are also fully vaccinated.

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