Smoke from West Coast wildfires reaches New York City

Smoke from West Coast wildfires reaches New York City --The main sign of the smoke along with the haze would be a 'yellow or brown tinge' in the sky, the National Weather Service's New York office said. | 15 Sept 2020 | Smoke from the wildfires [Directed Energy Weapons-induced fires] devastating much of the West Coast reached the Big Apple Tuesday — but the haze is so high in the sky, it should not affect air quality. "Widespread haze is likely today in NYC, as a plume of wildfire smoke from Western US wildfires moves overhead," New York Metro Weather tweeted. "The smoke will remain elevated between 15,000 and 20,000 feet above our heads," the forecasting service said, stressing that meant that "ground-level air quality effects will be limited." The smoke reaching the city is one of two separate swaths blowing across the US from the devastating wildfires across the West Coast, CNN noted.

California Man Arrested for Firebombing Republican Women's Headquarters After Being Caught on Camera

California Man Arrested for Firebombing Republican Women's Headquarters After Being Caught on Camera | 12 Sept 2020 | A man has been arrested for a firebomb attack on the East Valley Republican Women federated offices in La Quinta, California, that took place in May, with authorities apprehending 23-year-old Carlos Espiru for the incident. Espiru can be seen allegedly striking the Republican office's windows with a baseball bat and shattering them before deploying an incendiary devices against the offices in surveillance camera footage of the crime... The Riverside County Sheriff's Offices confirmed that an arrest had been made in the arson attack on Thursday.

US to loosen restrictions for humanitarian workers traveling to North Korea

US to loosen restrictions for humanitarian workers traveling to North Korea --A new, proposed amendment will allow American humanitarian workers multiple-entry special validation passports | 14 Sept 2020 | The U.S. has taken tentative steps to make it easier for American humanitarian workers to visit North Korea, according to legislative amendments recently filed to the Federal Register for approval. The proposed changes would mean that American citizens who seek to visit the DPRK for humanitarian purposes would no longer need to apply for special authorization before each trip. The U.S. has had an active "geographical travel restriction" prohibiting citizens from using their passports for travel to or within North Korea since Sept. 2017, but four categories of visitors were allowed to apply for an exemption to the rule.

Sewage from US Embassy, NATO headquarters dumped into Kabul River due to aging infrastructure

Sewage from US Embassy, NATO headquarters dumped into Kabul River due to aging infrastructure | 12 Sept 2020 | Raw sewage pours into the fetid waters of Kabul River each day, including some of what comes from the U.S. Embassy and the military headquarters for Resolute Support NATO. The only public facility in Kabul for sewage treatment hasn’t worked for almost two years because of poor maintenance, leading to untreated wastewater being dumped into the river and endangering the health of thousands of families, Afghan officials said. At least 21,000 gallons of raw sewage from portable toilets at the U.S. Embassy are unloaded each month at the aging Makroyan Waste Water Treatment Plant, which pipes the untreated sewage into the river, according to Afghan officials and a representative for the contractor Oryx-Afghanistan, who handles waste for the compound.

Republican lawmaker and woman fined for violating travel order are suing Gov. Ned Lamont, challenging his state of emergency powers

It's about time: Republican lawmaker and woman fined for violating travel order are suing Gov. Ned Lamont, challenging his state of emergency powers | 14 Sept 2020 | A Republican lawmaker is suing Gov. Ned Lamont saying that continuing the public health emergency during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is "completely meritless" because the state is not facing a "major disaster." The lawsuit challenging Lamont's emergency powers was filed was by state Rep. Mike France, a Republican from Ledyard, along with several small businesses and Audrey Hussey, a resident who was fined for violating the state's travel restriction order. The suit, filed Friday in Superior Court in Hartford, asks a judge to vacate Lamont's civil preparedness orders and executive orders and prevent the governor from filing similar declarations again if he does not meet the criteria laid out in state statute. Lamont first declared a state of emergency on March 10 and on Sept. 1 he extended it to Feb. 9, 2021. The lawsuit, which names Lamont as the sole defendant, alleges that the conditions outlined by statute were not present when Lamont declared a civil preparedness emergency. The legislature also did not approve Lamont issuing a public health emergency.

Purdue University considers failure to social distance 'in the same category' as drug dealing

Purdue University considers failure to social distance 'in the same category' as drug dealing --Purdue University announced that students who violate coronavirus policies are 'in the same category' as academic dishonesty and drug possession. | 11 Sept 2020 | Purdue University now considers failure to wash hands, properly social distance, and getting a flu vaccination equally as severe and "in the same category" as academic dishonesty, drug distribution, and destruction of university property. On August 19, Purdue University announced that students found violating the Protect Purdue Pledge would be subject to disciplinary action under the same guidelines as hazing and drug use. Additionally, hosting or attending a party could get students suspended or expelled.

'We Hope They Die!' - BLM Protesters Celebrate Shooting of Two LA County Deputies, Block Hospital Entrances

'We Hope They Die!' - BLM Protesters Celebrate Shooting of Two LA County Deputies, Block Hospital Entrances | 13 Sept 2020 | Late Saturday night, news broke that an unidentified gunman ambushed and shot two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies while they sat in their patrol vehicle. The deputies were taken to a nearby hospital and their condition is unknown. Late Saturday night they were reportedly "fighting for their lives," having been shot in the head. Overnight, things took an even darker turn. Black Lives Matter protesters made it clear that to them the deputies' lives do not matter, nor do the lives of anyone in the hospital where the deputies are being cared for. They aligned with the cowardly gunman, celebrating the shooting. The BLM protesters gathered at the hospital and chanted "We hope they die!" They also blocked entrances to the hospital emergency room, according to the LA County Sheriffs' social media. As they blocked the hospital emergency room, the protesters screamed profanities at law enforcement officers and told them they would be killed one by one.

'We don't want your poison': Activists Respond With Dismay to Conn. Governor's Call to Test COVID-19 Vaccine on Blacks First

'We don't want your poison': Activists Respond With Dismay to Conn. Governor's Call to Test COVID-19 Vaccine on Blacks First | 13 Sept 2020 | Shortly after Gov. Ned Lamont (D-Dirt-Bag) said he needed the state's Black churches to support a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, state Sen. Douglas McCrory posed a question on his Facebook page. "Governor Lamont just mentioned he was going to work with the Black churches to encourage the use of a vaccine for COVID-19. What do you think about that?" McCrory asked. Within minutes, McCrory, a Democrat from Hartford, was deluged with responses, blasting Lamont and the notion of asking Black churches to take a lead on vaccinations. "I don't think I want to be a guinea pig," one comment read. "Don't do it! They are looking for people to be test subjects and who better than black people to take this poison!!!" stated another. Reggie Hatchett, 42, a community activist and basketball coach who lives in the North End of Hartford, responded that African-Americans are "the target market, with the emphasis on 'target.'" ..."Don't bring that [vaccine] here. Don't bring that to the Black churches," said Sophia Taylor-Edwards of Hartford. "...We don't want your poison. You bring your poison someplace else." [Omg. Where's Black Lives Matter? This is straight up racism by Governor Ned Lamont, already complicit in murdering thousands of senior citizens in Connecticut nursing homes. NO ONE wants the deadly Gates/Fauci COVID-19 vaccine.]

Arson Probe Opened Into Deadly Oregon Wildfire - Police Chief

Arson Probe Opened Into Deadly Oregon Wildfire - Police Chief | 10 Sept 2020 | Arson investigators have opened a probe into the suspicious origins of a deadly Oregon wildfire that began in the town of Ashland and destroyed hundreds of homes in nearby communities, Ashland's police chief said on Thursday. The remains of two victims have been found in ruins from the blaze, which erupted on Tuesday and roared through a third day in the midst of a spate of wildfires across Oregon, according to a spokesman for the state fire marshal. More bodies are expected to be discovered as search teams comb through the wreckage of dwellings that were engulfed during a chaotic evacuation of populated areas along the path of the swiftly spreading flames, Ashland police chief Tighe O'Meara said.

Biden Says Stay in Mideast, Increase Military Spending

Biden Says Stay in Mideast, Increase Military Spending --Biden wants refocus on fighting Russia | 11 Sept 2020 | Former Vice President Joe Biden gave some of his first foreign policy-related positions in an interview with Stars and Stripes on Thursday, saying the "forever wars have to end" while seemingly ruling out any full-fledged withdrawals, arguing the US still has to worry about terrorism and ISIS [aka I-CIA-SIS]. Biden said the ongoing US wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria are so complicated he can't promise a withdrawal. He also suggested he may increase military spending even beyond its current record levels as he shifts focus to what he believes should be the military's priorities. The priorities, as are so often the case for the US, are fighting Russia, who Biden identified as a "near-peer" power. The US spends more than ten times the amount on its military annually that Russia does, and it is unclear in what way they are a "near-peer."

W.H.O. Admits Gates-Backed Vaccines Caused Recent Polio Outbreak in Africa

Bill Gates is systematically murdering and maiming African children - where's Black Lives Matter? W.H.O. Admits Gates-Backed Vaccines Caused Recent Polio Outbreak in Africa | 09 Sept 2020 | The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) is admitting that the vaccines pushed by the likes of technocratic overlord Bill Gates and other globalists have caused a polio outbreak in Sudan that is now spreading across Africa. They admitted that two Sudanese children -- one from South Darfur and another from Gedarif -- had been paralyzed because they were given the oral polio vaccine. The outbreak is reportedly spreading to Chad and Cameroon. These type of vaccinations are being pushed with the backing of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The infamous organization is behind a consortium known as the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI)... It's no longer just the third-world children who are being exploited by Gates and his teams of mad scientists. Big League Politics has reported on Gates's frenzied push to introduce experimental COVID-19 vaccines to the public. [Yes, well: We'll take your shot after you take ours.]

Trump announces deal between Bahrain, Israel to normalize relations in push for Mideast peace

Trump announces deal between Bahrain, Israel to normalize relations in push for Mideast peace --Deal comes after a similar agreement with United Arab Emirates just last month | 11 Sept 2020 | President Trump on Friday announced that Bahrain has agreed to normalize relations with Israel, another diplomatic win for the president coming after a similar agreement with the United Arab Emirates just last month. "This is really something special, very, very special," Trump said in the Oval Office, predicting that the region "will become more secure and prosperous" as a result of the diplomatic moves. "The sand was loaded up with blood, and now you’ll see a lot of that sand will be loaded up with peace," he said. According to a formal statement issued by the three countries, they agreed to "the establishment of full diplomatic relations between Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain."

Trump nominated a second time for Nobel Peace Prize

Trump nominated a second time for Nobel Peace Prize | 11 Sept 2020 | A member of the Swedish Parliament on Friday nominated President Trump and the governments of Kosovo and Serbia for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize over economic cooperation and trade talks. "I have nominated the US Gov. and the governments of Kosovo and Serbia for the Nobel Peace Prize for their joint work for peace and economic development, through the cooperation agreement signed in the White House," Magnus Jacobsson announced in a tweet. "Trade and communications are important building blocks for peace," the Swedish elected official added in the post, along with a copy of the full letter supporting Trump's nomination.

The Atlantic calls to 'end the Nobel Peace Prize' following Trump nominations

The Atlantic calls to 'end the Nobel Peace Prize' following Trump nominations | 11 Sept 2020 | The Atlantic magazine raised eyebrows on Friday when it published a piece calling for the abolition of the Nobel Peace Prize after President Trump was nominated for the prestigious honor. The president's name was submitted for the 2021 prize by Norwegian lawmaker Christian Tybring-Gjedde, who cited Trump's role in brokering a peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Trump has since earned a second nomination from Swedish lawmaker Magnus Jacobsson for overseeing an economic deal between Kosovo and Serbia. The nominations, however, apparently didn't sit well with the liberal magazine, which declared Friday that "peace had its chance, and blew it." The article was greeted with incredulity and criticism on social media. "Is this a parody account," Newsweek opinion editor Josh Hammer asked.

University of North Texas president says he is 'looking into' conservative group after student says she feels 'unsafe'

University of North Texas president says he is 'looking into' conservative group after student says she feels 'unsafe' | 10 Sept 2020 | The Young Conservatives of Texas chapter at the University of North Texas is being "looked into" by the university president, Neal Smatresk, after a student tweeted that she feels "unsafe" and "harassed" by the group's affiliation with the university. After multiple instances of tweets and bake sales from the group were deemed “offensive” by some students, a petition was started to have the group removed from campus. The petition, signed by UNT Democrats, highlights the incidents from the  YCT Twitter account and accuses them of "racism, transphobia, and homophobia." "UNT made a huge mistake reinstating YCT in 2019, even after the last chapter's actions. In order for a safe campus climate to be strengthened, YCT must be removed from UNT as an officially registered organization," the petition reads. The petition, which has 2,700 signatures, highlights YCT being removed from campus in 2005 for similar reasons.

Bombshell: Up to 90% of COVID-19 'positive' test results are false, test kits matching dead viral fragments that pose no infection risk

Bombshell: Up to 90% of COVID-19 'positive' test results are false, test kits matching dead viral fragments that pose no infection risk --Flawed PCR tests have raked in more than $13 billion in corporate profits. | 09 Sept 2020 | The overwhelming majority of people who supposedly test "positive" for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are actually virus-free, according to The New York Times. As it turns out, the PCR tests that millions of scared Americans have been hoodwinked into getting are a sham. They only pick up partial viral fragments rather than whole viruses, and are hardly the "gold standard" that proponents claim they are. While the Times says that PCR tests are "diagnosing huge numbers of people who may be carrying relatively insignificant amounts of the virus," the fact of the matter is that PCR tests are diagnosing huge numbers of people who have none of the virus at all. Testing data from Massachusetts, New York, Nevada, and elsewhere shows that upwards of 90 percent of people who test positive for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are not actually infected with it.

University Professor Threatens to 'Document' Nick Sandmann's Behavior on Campus, Calls His Beliefs 'Atrocious and Uninformed'

University Professor Threatens to 'Document' Nick Sandmann's Behavior on Campus, Calls His Beliefs 'Atrocious and Uninformed' | 06 Sept 2020 | A university professor posted a public screed against conservative hero Nick Sandmann on Facebook before backtracking after being called out for bias. The exchange began after a left-wing activist wished that Transylvania University, the small Kentucky college that the former Covington Catholic student is now attending, would discriminate against Sandmann because of his conservative beliefs... "If he [Sandmann] were to cause problems by being disruptive, trolling, or engaging in unethical behavior of any kind, I would immediately document it…and he would just be putting himself in a position for me to file a conduct report," wrote Dr. Avery Tompkins, who works as Assistant Professor and Diversity Scholar [sic] at Transylvania University. "I'm interested in knowing why he chose Transy, whose mission is the antithesis of what he believes and promotes," she added.

Former Defense Secretary Mattis Is Caught Suggesting Potential Military Coup Against Trump

Former Defense Secretary Mattis Is Caught Suggesting Potential Military Coup Against Trump | 10 Sept 2020 | According to the new book on The Trump administration by the Washington Post's Bob Woodward, former Defense Secretary James Mattis reportedly once told a top United States intelligence official that "collective action" might be needed to thwart President Donald Trump's "dangerous" [aka stopping the deep state's endless wars] actions. Woodward’s book on the Trump administration "Rage" claims that in 2017, Mattis was concerned about Trump's leadership during a standoff with North Korea over its missile tests. The Washington Post shared excerpts, reporting on Wednesday that "Mattis quietly went to Washington National Cathedral to pray about his concern for the nation's fate under Trump’s command and, according to Woodward, told Coats, 'There may come a time when we have to take collective action' since Trump is 'dangerous. He's unfit.'"

Hurricane center monitors 7 tropical systems, one just off Florida, Tropical Storm Rene gets stronger

Hurricane center monitors 7 tropical systems, one just off Florida, Tropical Storm Rene gets stronger | 10 Sept 2020 | Living up to the phrase "peak of hurricane season," the National Hurricane Center is juggling seven tropical systems Thursday morning, including Tropical Storms Paulette and Rene, as well as a disturbance that formed just east of Florida. September 10 is considered the peak of hurricane season, statistically the most common date to have a large number of tropical systems in the Atlantic basin, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration... Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Rene is getting stronger as vertical wind shear has fallen, according to the 11 a.m. update. Gradual strengthening is forecast for the next two days, and Rene should become a hurricane Saturday, the 6th hurricane of the busy 2020 season. It should be a tropical storm again by the start of next week.

UN says new polio outbreak in Sudan caused by oral vaccine

UN says new polio outbreak in Sudan caused by oral vaccine | 02 Sept 2020 | The World Health Organization says a new polio outbreak in Sudan is linked to an ongoing vaccine-sparked epidemic in Chad -- a week after the U.N. health agency declared the African continent free of the wild polio virus.  In a statement this week, WHO said two children in Sudan -- one from South Darfur state and the other from Gedarif state, close to the border with Ethiopia and Eritrea -- were paralyzed in March and April. Both had been recently vaccinated against [sic] polio. WHO said initial outbreak investigations show the cases are linked to an ongoing vaccine-derived outbreak in Chad that was first detected last year and is now spreading in Chad and Cameroon...On Monday, WHO warned that the risk of further spread of the vaccine-derived polio across central Africa and the Horn of Africa was "high," noting the large-scale population movements in the region.

Biden botches military coronavirus death count, campaign says he accidentally cited Michigan number

Biden botches military coronavirus death count, campaign says he accidentally cited Michigan number | 09 Sept 2020 | Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden misspoke during a campaign stop in Michigan, incorrectly saying that over 6,000 U.S. military members have died from the novel coronavirus. Speaking in Warren, Mich., Biden cited the number of confirmed cases and deaths from COVID-19 in Michigan as being the numbers for the military, saying the armed forces had seen 118,984 cases and 6,114 deaths. Shortly after the event, Biden's campaign quickly clarified that Biden had mixed up the numbers for Michigan with those from military. As of Wednesday, only seven members of the military had died from COVID-19.

Zuckerberg: Election May Take 'Weeks' and Cause 'Civil Unrest' Until Media Creates 'Consensus' on Next President

Zuckerberg: Election May Take 'Weeks' and Cause 'Civil Unrest' Until Media Creates 'Consensus' on Next President | 09 Sept 2020 | In a recent appearance on Axios on HBO, Facebook founder [deep-state dirt-bag] Mark Zuckerberg suggested that his company and "and other [deep-state] media" should work to convince the American public there is nothing illegitimate, strange, or suspect about the results upcoming presidential election taking days or weeks to be tabulated due to mail-in voting. Zuckerberg stressed that Facebook is preparing Americans to accept that election results may take weeks after November 3 to be tabulated, and explained that Facebook will add "informational context" to posts by any candidate who attempts to declare victory in an election before a media "consensus result" coup d'etat has been established... Zuckerberg explained that "If one of the candidates, in any of the races, claims victory before there's a consensus result victory declared by the deep state, then we’re going to add some informational context to that post directly, saying that there’s no consensus result yet." [Hopefully, in addition to Civil War II, that insanity will lead to the end of Facebook.]

Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian official, citing Israel-UAE peace deal

Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize by Norwegian official, citing Israel-UAE peace deal --Nomination was submitted by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament | 09 Sept 2020 | Just weeks after helping to broker peace between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), President Trump has been nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. The nomination submitted by Christian Tybring-Gjedde, a member of the Norwegian Parliament, lauded Trump for his efforts toward resolving protracted conflicts worldwide. "For his merit, I think he has done more trying to create peace between nations than most other Peace Prize nominees," Tybring-Gjedde, a four-term member of Parliament who also serves as chairman of the Norwegian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, told Fox News in an exclusive interview.

Professor: 'Nothing wrong with' murder of Trump supporter from a 'moral perspective'

Professor: 'Nothing wrong with' murder of Trump supporter from a 'moral perspective' | 09 Sept 2020 | University of Rhode Island Professor Erik Loomis appeared to defend the murder of Aaron "Jay" Danielson, the member of the right-wing group Patriot Prayer, during recent social unrest in Portland, Oregon... Loomis is once again under fire after publishing a blog post titled "Why was Michael Reinoehl killed?" Reinoehl is the man suspected of fatally shooting Danielson. Reinoehl was killed as federal authorities tried to arrest him... In the comment section of the blog post, one reader challenged Loomis by writing, "Erik, he shot and killed a guy," referring to Reinoehl. Loomis responded by saying, "He killed a fascist. I see nothing wrong with it, at least from a moral perspective." He further added that "tactically, that's a different story. But you could say the same thing about John Brown."

Trump ends 'critical race theory' training for federal employees, calls it a 'sickness'

Trump ends 'critical race theory' training for federal employees, calls it a 'sickness' --Trump said the training 'cannot be allowed to continue.' | 06 Sept 2020 | The Trump administration is halting "critical race theory" training in federal agencies, with White House officials calling it "anti-American propaganda." "This is a sickness that cannot be allowed to continue," President Trump tweeted. "Please report any sightings so we can quickly extinguish!" Russ Vought, director of the Office of Management and Budget, wrote a memo informing agencies of Trump's instruction to stop using controversial forms of training on "critical race theory," "white privilege" and "any other training or propaganda effort that teaches or suggests either...that the United States is an inherently racist or evil country or...that any race or ethnicity is inherently racist or evil."

GOP senators unveil new bill to update tech liability protections

GOP senators unveil new bill to update tech liability protections | 08 Sept 2020 | Republican Sens. Roger Wicker (Miss.), Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Marsha Blackburn (Tenn.) introduced legislation Tuesday aimed at modifying legal protections for online platforms. The Online Freedom and Viewpoint Diversity Act would modify Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act by conditioning the protection on whether content decisions are "objectively reasonable," while also limiting the things platforms can act on. Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, which has come under increased scrutiny since President Trump targeted it in an executive order in May, gives internet companies immunity from lawsuits for content posted on their sites by third parties and allows them to make "good faith" efforts to moderate content.

Trump plans to withdraw more U.S. troops from Iraq

Trump plans to withdraw more U.S. troops from Iraq --Troops may also be pulled back from Afghanistan --There are more than 5,000 American troops in Iraq | 08 Sept 2020 | The Trump administration will announce Wednesday that it is withdrawing additional troops from Iraq, as President Donald Trump tries to make good on his campaign promise to disentangle the country from "endless wars." A senior administration official discussed the draw-down with reporters aboard Air Force One on Tuesday night, on condition of anonymity. The official said the administration is also looking to announce the withdrawal of additional troops from Afghanistan in the coming days. The planned announcements come as the president has been trying to make the case that he has fulfilled the promises he made four years ago as he tries to secure a second term.

New CDC Data Shows 94 Percent of COVID-19 Death Cases Had Underlying Poor Health Conditions

New CDC Data Shows 94 Percent of COVID-19 Death Cases Had Underlying Poor Health Conditions | 07 Sept 2020 | The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Sept. 2 weekly update on COVID-19 mortality in the U.S., which is published by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), reported 170,566 deaths "involving COVID-19" that occurred between Feb. 1, 2020, and Aug. 29, 2020. During the same time period there were 1,841,678 deaths from all causes. About 94 percent of the death cases confirmed to be COVID-19-related involved other coinciding infections or underlying poor health conditions, including influenza, pneumonia, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Of the deaths involving COVID-19, 79 percent were over age 65 and 31 percent were over age 85. Children under age 14 accounted for 0.00035 percent of deaths.

Trump signs executive order extending ban on offshore drilling off Florida coast

Trump signs executive order extending ban on offshore drilling off Florida coast | 08 Sept 2020 | President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order to extend and expand a ban on oil drilling off the coast of Florida. Speaking at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum in Jupiter, Fla., Trump said he would extend the existing moratorium on offshore oil exploration in the Gulf of Mexico off Florida's west coast through 2032 and expand it to include the Atlantic coasts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina... Current Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a close ally of Trump's, also opposed the offshore drilling plan as part of his campaign platform and on Tuesday hailed the order as "another great win" for Florida's environment.

COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Unlikely in Canada, Say Health Officials

COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Unlikely in Canada, Say Health Officials | 07 Sept 2020 | The government of Canada has signed deals to purchase COVID-19 vaccines from four pharmaceutical companies when their vaccines are approved to be given to the public. According to Canada's Minister of Public Services and Procurement Anita Anand, the Canadian government has contracts with Janssen Pharmaceuticals (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson), Moderna, Novavax and Pfizer for up to 190 million doses of their experimental Ad26... All of the companies from which Canada plans to buy COVID-19 vaccines have received funding from the U.S. government "Operation Warp Speed" (OWS)  program designed to accelerate development, production and delivery of a COVID-19 vaccine by January 2021. Recently, Kelvin Goertzen, Minister of Education for the province of Manitoba, said: "For those who refuse to get a vaccine, that is absolutely your right! And it should be protected." He added, "While I personally support vaccination, I also believe that vaccination should be a personal choice. There has never been a mandatory vaccine in Canada federally or provincially."

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