Ballots in Maricopa County Found Shredded and in Dumpster – Days Before Senate Audit to Begin

Ballots in Maricopa County Found Shredded and in Dumpster – Days Before Senate Audit to Begin | 06 March 2021 | Piles of shredded ballots were located today in a dumpster in Maricopa County, Arizona. This find occurs only days before the Senate's audit of the county's 2020 election results is due to start. For months, the Board of Supervisors in Maricopa County have blocked and delayed any independent audit performed by the Arizona Senate of the County's results in the 2020 presidential election. As we've reported previously, after being subpoenaed by the Arizona Senate and then suing the senate to prevent a senate audit of their 2020 election results, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors (MCBOS) agreed to have an audit if they could pick the auditors.

'Medical Racism' Film Exposes Long-Standing Experimentation on Minorities

'Medical Racism' Film Exposes Long-Standing Experimentation on Minorities --Medical Racism, premiering March 11, chronicles the medical cartel's history of targeting minorities for unethical experiments, the acquiescence of regulatory agencies and medical ethicists, and the silence of physicians who allow these atrocities to continue today. | 04 March 2021 | Children's Health Defense, in conjunction with Center Productions and the Urban Global Health Alliance, along with co-producers Rev. Tony Muhammad and author-historian Curtis Cost, today released the trailer for their upcoming documentary, "Medical Racism: The New Apartheid." "Medical Racism," which premieres March 11, illuminates the shocking history of government health regulators and private pharmaceutical companies conducting human experiments on Black Americans.

Biden to Sign Election Executive Order to Increase Voting by Criminals

Biden to Sign Election Executive Order to Increase Voting by Criminals | 07 March 2021 | President Joe Biden will sign an executive order on Sunday altering the way the federal government handles elections, including by increasing voting and voter registration access for criminals in prison and on probation, according to the White House. "The order will direct the Attorney General to establish procedures to provide educational materials related to voter registration and voting, and to the extent practicable, to facilitate voter registration, for all eligible individuals in the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons," a fact sheet distributed by the White House states. The order also directs the attorney general to help former prisoners obtain appropriate identification to satisfy state voting requirements.

Two more women accuse Gov. Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior

Two more women accuse Gov. Andrew Cuomo of inappropriate behavior | 06 March 2021 | Two more women came forward Saturday to accuse Gov. Cuomo of sexually harassing behavior, including a former press aide who describes struggling to free herself from his repeated hugs, and a young assistant who now says he left her feeling like "just a skirt." Former press aide Karen Hinton endured a "very long, too long, too tight, too intimate" embrace from Cuomo in a dimly lit Los Angeles hotel room in December 2000, she told the Washington Post... At the time, Cuomo led the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Twitter to Use Strike System to Take Down What They Consider COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation

Twitter to Use Strike System to Take Down What They Consider COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation | 03 March 2021 | Twitter announced on Monday it will put warnings on posts that contain what the platform considers to be misleading information about the CCP virus vaccines, as well as put into practice a strike system that would see users who repeatedly break their rules banned. The enforcement would be monitored by humans who define what misinformation is, who are then assisted by computers through machine learning. "Labels will first be applied by our team members when they determine content violates our policy," Twitter said in a statement about the new rules.

Adverse Incident Reports Show 966 Deaths Following Vaccination for COVID-19

Adverse Incident Reports Show 966 Deaths Following Vaccination for COVID-19 | 06 March 2021 | According to adverse incident reports collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 966 individuals have died after having received an mRNA vaccine for COVID-19. Between Dec. 14 and Feb. 19, 19,769 reports were made to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) following immunizations with either the Moderna or Pfizer BioNTech mRNA vaccines (the only two vaccines given during the time period assessed). At this time, VAERS data is not available after Feb. 19. The 966 deaths represent 5 percent of the total number of adverse events reports.

New York AG sends notice to Cuomo to preserve documents in sexual harassment probe

New York AG sends notice to Cuomo to preserve documents in sexual harassment probe | 05 March 2021 | New York Attorney General Letitia James said Friday that her office had sent a notice to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office asking it to preserve any records or files that may be relevant to the investigation into sexual harassment claims against the Democratic governor. The preservation request, a relatively standard part of law enforcement procedure at this stage of any inquiry, was made for members of Cuomo's staff including aides and includes electronic communications as well, a spokesperson for James confirmed to NBC News. This comes as James formally launched an investigation earlier this week into sexual harassment allegations against Cuomo. [Hopefully, an investigation into Cuomo's involvement in the death of 15,000 residents in nursing homes - and subsequent cover-up - will soon follow.]

Families of female aides defending Cuomo rake in millions lobbying him

Families of female aides defending Cuomo rake in millions lobbying him --The aides have helped cover Cuomo during a snowballing sexual harassment scandal | 06 March 2021 | Two of Gov. Cuomo's top female aides, who have covered for him during a snowballing sexual harassment scandal, have family ties to high-powered lobbyists whose firms rake in millions of dollars lobbying the governor and those in his orbit. Cuomo's powerful secretary, Melissa DeRosa, is married to Matthew Wing, his former press secretary who now serves as a top communications exec for Uber. Her father, Giorgio DeRosa, is a partner and chief Albany lobbyist for the influential Bolton St. Johns firm. Brother Joseph and sister Jessica also work at the firm. Chief of staff Jill DesRosiers, meanwhile, is life partner of Harry Giannoulis, president and co-founder of the Parkside Group -- another Empire State lobbying behemoth.

Senate Approves $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Stimulus Package on Party-Line Vote

Senate Approves $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Stimulus Package on Party-Line Vote | 06 March 2021 | The Senate approved the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package Saturday on a party-line vote. All 50 Democrats voted for the relief bill while all Republicans but one absent voted against the bill. The bill, also known as the American Rescue Plan or H.R. 1319, was passed by the House on Feb. 27 by a vote of 219–212, with all Republicans and two Democrats voting against it.

New York lawmakers strip Gov. Cuomo of emergency powers

New York lawmakers strip Gov. Cuomo of emergency powers | 05 March 2021 | Gov. Andrew Cuomo wanted to play strip poker, according to one of his sex harass accusers -- now he's the one being stripped. New York state lawmakers moved Friday to rescind the emergency powers they granted to the Democratic to handle the coronavirus pandemic as outrage over his sexual harassment and nursing home cover-up scandals continues to mount. The New York State Senate backed the new restrictions on Cuomo's executive authority by a party-line vote of 43-20 on Friday afternoon. Lawmakers in the Assembly followed suit, voting 107-43 later Friday to strip Cuomo of the emergency powers.

90 percent of COVID deaths occur in countries with high obesity levels - study

90 percent of COVID deaths occur in countries with high obesity levels - study | 05 March 2021 | Nearly 90 percent of coronavirus fatalities have occurred in countries with high obesity levels, according to researchers -- who now want overweight people to be prioritized for vaccinations. Death rates were 10 times higher in countries such as the US where at least 50 percent of the total population is overweight, according to a World Health Organization-backed study released Thursday by the World Obesity Federation. For the report, researchers examined mortality data from Johns Hopkins University and the WHO Global Health Observatory data that showed a total of 2.2 million of the 2.5 million deaths worldwide were in countries with high levels of obesity.

Wyoming State Lawmaker to Challenge Rep. Liz Cheney in 2022 GOP Primary

Wyoming State Lawmaker to Challenge Rep. Liz Cheney in 2022 GOP Primary | 04 March 2021 | A Wyoming state lawmaker announced he will challenge Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the No. 3 Republican in the House, during the 2022 GOP primary for her seat. Wyoming State Rep. Chuck Gray, a Republican, made the announcement on social media. "It's time for a leader who actually listens to the hard-working people of Wyoming, and not to the D.C elitists," he wrote in a tweet... In his announcement, Gray criticized Cheney after she joined House Democrats in impeaching former President Donald Trump in January.

Cuomo Advisers Altered Report on Covid-19 Nursing-Home Deaths

Cuomo Advisers Altered Report on Covid-19 Nursing-Home Deaths --Changes resulted in a significant undercount of the death toll attributed to long-term-care facility residents | 04 March 2021 | New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top advisers successfully pushed state health officials to strip a public report of data showing that more nursing-home residents had died of Covid-19 than the administration had acknowledged, according to people with knowledge of the report's production. The July report, which examined the factors that led to the spread of the virus in nursing homes, focused only on residents who died inside long-term-care facilities, leaving out those who had died in hospitals after becoming sick in nursing homes. As a result, the report said 6,432 nursing-home residents had died--a significant undercount of the death toll attributed to the state's most vulnerable population, the people said. The initial version of the report said nearly 10,000 nursing-home residents had died in New York by July last year, one of the people said.

People more concerned about violence in cities than Capitol riot - Poll

People more concerned about violence in cities than Capitol riot - Poll | 04 March 2021 | A poll shows that a majority of U.S. voters are more concerned about the violence that took place in cities over the summer than the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. The most recent Harvard-Harris poll found that 55% of registered voters see violence in cities as more concerning, while 45% said the Capitol riot was more concerning. The poll also found that 71% of voters view antifa as a domestic terrorist group, with 29% of respondents disagreeing with that characterization.

Tsunami warning issued for Hawaii after 8.1 magnitude earthquake hits New Zealand

Tsunami warning issued for Hawaii after 8.1 magnitude earthquake hits New Zealand | 04 March 2021 | A tsunami warning was issued for Hawaii and surrounding areas Thursday in the hours after an 8.1 magnitude earthquake struck off the northeast coast of New Zealand. The watch from the National Weather Service's Tsunami Warning System was ordered for Hawaii at 12:24 p.m. PT, or 3:24 p.m. ET. The alert said that the waves could hit Hawaii later in the afternoon, with the weather center adding that it was continuing to investigate a potential tsunami threat.

YouTube Deletes All Copies of President Trump's CPAC Speech, Suspends RSBN for Two Weeks

YouTube Deletes All Copies of President Trump's CPAC Speech, Suspends RSBN for Two Weeks | 04 March 2021 | YouTube has deleted all copies of President Trump's speech to CPAC given last Sunday in Orlando and has suspended the account of Right Side Broadcasting Network for two weeks as apparent punishment for live streaming the speech in which Trump reiterated his belief the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him. YouTube took down videos from mainstream outlets including the U.K. Independent which had over one million views as well as Fox, Fox Business, ABC News and the U.K. Sun. A search of YouTube that earlier this week showed several channels with archived live streams of the speech now shows all archived live streams have been taken down.

Gov. Tate Reeves ditches mask mandates, COVID-related business restrictions

Gov. Tate Reeves ditches mask mandates, COVID-related business restrictions | 02 March 2021 | Gov. Tate Reeves announced on Tuesday that he's lifting all state-imposed mask mandates across Mississippi and removing COVID-19 related restrictions on business operations. "The governor's office is getting out of the business of telling people what they can and cannot do," Reeves said at a press conference. The executive order, which will go into effect on March 3, replaces mask mandates and business restrictions with non-binding recommendations that they continue to follow CDC guidelines.

Minneapolis drops plan to hire social media influencers for Chauvin trial

Minneapolis drops plan to hire social media influencers for Chauvin trial | 03 March 2021 | The City of Minneapolis announced Monday it is dropping its plan to pay social media influencers to push out the city's messaging during trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd. Monday’s announcement came in a public safety preparations meeting one week ahead of the trial, which is scheduled to begin with jury selection on Monday. March 8. "We will not pursue the cultural social media partners," said City of Minneapolis Director of Neighborhood and Community Relations David Rubedor.

Newsom recall effort surpasses 1.9M signatures in California

Newsom recall effort surpasses 1.9M signatures in California | 03 March 2021 | The petition to recall California's Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has climbed above 1.9 million signatures with two weeks to go until its deadline, proponents announced Wednesday evening. "We have cleared another milestone, and now we are entering the final stretch of this part of the official campaign to remove California Governor Gavin Newsom from power and office," organizer Orrin Heatlie said in a statement. The petition needs just shy of 1.5 million signatures -- but they need to be verified as authentic and the recall movement expects Newsom to challenge many of them in court, so they've continued collecting names.

Donald Trump CPAC speech - read the full transcript

Donald Trump CPAC speech - read the full transcript --It was Trump's first major public appearance since leaving the White House | 02 March 2021 | In his first major speech since leaving the White House, Donald Trump teased a 2024 presidential run, maintained that he won the 2020 election, and listed the GOP rivals he wanted out of the party for criticizing him. For about 90 minutes, the ex-president continued his regular airing of grievances that had become synonymous with his campaign rallies before the election, and his attempts to challenge the 'election' results. Read the full speech here.

Cuomo addresses harassment claims, vows to stay in office

Cuomo addresses harassment claims, vows to stay in office | 03 March 2021 | New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday rejected calls for his resignation in the face of sexual harassment allegations that have threatened his hold on power and damaged his national political standing. The Democrat, speaking somberly in his first public appearance since three women accused him of inappropriate touching and offensive remarks, apologized and said that he "learned an important lesson" about his behavior around women. Asked about calls for him to step aside, the third-term governor said: "I wasn't elected by politicians, I was elected by the people of the state of New York. I'm not going to resign."

'Threats to Capitol' prompt House to cancel Thursday votes

'Threats to Capitol' prompt House to cancel Thursday votes | 03 March 2021 | House Democrats will accelerate passage of a sweeping police reform bill, bringing the legislation to the floor Wednesday night — and canceling votes Thursday -- amid revelations of new [alleged] threats to the Capitol. Democrats altered the schedule Wednesday, prompted by ears from lawmakers that their physical safety was at risk from conservative militia groups threatening violence at the Capitol on Thursday, according to four Democratic sources familiar with the change... The heightened security has been condemned by many of Trump's Republican allies on Capitol Hill, who have accused Democrats of maintaining unnecessary precautions against a nonexistent threat simply to portray Trump's supporters as universally violent.

Deadly California crash involving 25 immigrants jammed in SUV probed as human smuggling - ICE

Deadly California crash involving 25 immigrants jammed in SUV probed as human smuggling - ICE | 03 March 2021 | U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Tuesday that agents are conducting a human smuggling investigation and were at the scene of a devastating crash in California that left at least 13 people dead, according to the agency. The investigation was announced after human smugglers and 25 illegal immigrants jammed into a single SUV, which collided with a big rig and left bodies scattered across a roadway near the U.S. Mexico border on Tuesday, a Border Patrol source told Fox News. "Special agents from Homeland Security Investigations San Diego responded ... and have initiated a human smuggling investigation," ICE said in a statement.

108 illegal immigrants released by Border Patrol in Texas test positive for coronavirus, officials say

108 illegal immigrants released by Border Patrol in Texas test positive for coronavirus, officials say --Texas city says it doesn't have authority to prevent migrants who test positive from traveling elsewhere | 03 March 2021 | More than 100 illegal immigrants released by the Border Patrol into Texas since late January have tested positive for the coronavirus following their arrival, officials in a city on the U.S.-Mexico border tell Fox News. Felipe Romero, a spokesperson for Brownsville, said Wednesday that the 108 positives represent 6.3% of the number of total migrants who have been rapid-tested at the city's main bus station, where they are being released by the Border Patrol... He added that Brownsville does not have the authority to prevent those who test positive from traveling elsewhere in the U.S. -- and are advising them to quarantine, follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and socially distance.

Iraq rocket fire targets base hosting US, coalition forces - report

Iraq rocket fire targets base hosting US, coalition forces - report --U.S. military officials were expecting possible retaliation after Biden ordered airstrikes in Syria last week | 03 March 2021 | An air base in Iraq that hosts U.S., Iraqi and coalition troops was targeted Wednesday as multiple rockets struck the facility, according to a report. At least 10 rockets struck the Ain al-Asad base, located in western Anbar province, at 7:20 a.m., The Associated Press reported. The rocket fire came just days after sources told Fox News that the Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve raised the threat level for U.S. troops serving in Iraq.

US wasted billions of dollars in Afghanistan - watchdog

US wasted billions of dollars in Afghanistan - watchdog | 01 March 2021 | U.S. spending in Afghanistan included billions of dollars wasted on vehicles and buildings that were later abandoned, according to a watchdog report issued Monday. The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) said that of $7.8 billion in spending since 2008, only $343.2 million was spent on buildings and vehicles that were "maintained in good condition" and only $1.2 billion went to vehicles and buildings that were put to their intended use. In a statement, Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.), chairman of the House Oversight Committee’s Subcommittee on National Security, said the report indicated "serious gaps" in U.S. spending strategies in Afghanistan.

Amazon Quietly Bans Books Containing Undefined 'Hate Speech'

Amazon Quietly Bans Books Containing Undefined 'Hate Speech' | 02 March 2021 | Amazon has adopted a rule against books that contain anything the company labels as "hate speech." It appears there was no announcement of the new rule. It was only noticed by media after the online retailer recently banned a book that criticizes transgender ideology. It isn't clear what Amazon means by "hate speech" or even if it used that label to drop that particular book. In general parlance, Americans hold widely diverging views on what constitutes hate speech, a 2017 Cato poll found. Some tech platforms describe it as speech that disparages people based on characteristics such as race, gender, and sexual proclivities. But insider evidence indicates the companies aren't clear on where to draw the lines, perpetually redraw them, and at least in some instances ignore violations when politically convenient.

California Releases Video Pushing Partnership with Microsoft to Collect Biometric Data From Children, Enforce Vaccine Mandates

California Releases Video Pushing Partnership with Microsoft to Collect Biometric Data From Children, Enforce Vaccine Mandates --The Orwellian Nightmare is manifesting itself. | 02 March 2021 | A video released by California contains propaganda meant to cajole state residents into accepting digital health IDs for children as necessary to reopen schools. A kid's voice is used to tug at the heartstrings of the viewer so they are more likely to comply with absurd mandates. California then introduced their new partnership with Microsoft, giving a massive globalist corporation access to a treasure trove of the biometric data from children -- an apparent violation of the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution -- under the guise of safety. The video then shows children being forced to comply with these invasive checks to be able to go to school, with folksy-sounding music in the backdrop to make the process of subjugation seem quaint and fun.

Texas Gov. Abbott announces plan to fully reopen businesses, end state mask mandate

Texas Gov. Abbott announces plan to fully reopen businesses, end state mask mandate --The order will go into effect next Wednesday | 02 March 2021 | Texas's Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday said he planned to open the state next week "100%," roughly a year after the coronavirus pandemic broke out throughout the U.S. Abbott issued an executive order that rescinds many of the state's previous orders, allowing all businesses in the state to fully reopen and revoking the statewide mask mandate as of next Wednesday.

New York's leading Democrats reach deal to strip Cuomo's emergency coronavirus powers

New York's leading Democrats reach deal to strip Cuomo's emergency coronavirus powers --The move comes as the governor is enmeshed in scandal | 02 March 2021 | New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's emergency powers would be limited by state legislators under new legislation, the leaders of the state's Democratic legislative majorities announced Tuesday. They said they had finalized a deal to strip Cuomo of his emergency coronavirus powers. It comes amid growing uproar surrounding his alleged treatment of women and his handling of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in the state's nursing homes.

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