Biden Admin Releasing Haitian Migrants Into USA Despite Promise to Remove Them

Biden Admin Releasing Haitian Migrants Into USA Despite Promise to Remove Them | 22 Sept 2021 | Media outlets report that despite promises from DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Haitian migrants are being released into the U.S. interior. One official told the Associated Press the number of migrants released in recent days is in the thousands... Despite bold promises of removal, it appears the number of Haitians being removed is in the hundreds while those being released are in the thousands. The AP reports: The releases come amid a quick effort to empty the camp under a bridge that, according to some estimates, held more than 14,000 people over the weekend in a town of 35,000 people. Fox News also reports the release of Haitian migrants into the U.S. interior.

COVID-19 vaccine mandates, masks in Connecticut schools at stake as Gov. Lamont seeks to extend emergency authority until February 2022

COVID-19 vaccine mandates, masks in Connecticut schools at stake as Gov. Lamont seeks to extend emergency authority until February 2022 | 22 Sept 2021 | More than 18 months after COVID-19 began spreading throughout Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont asked the state legislature Wednesday for the sixth extension of his extraordinary powers to govern during the pandemic. After consulting with lawmakers, Lamont wants to push the extension to Feb. 15 -- nearly a week after the next regular legislative session begins. If approved by the Democratic-controlled legislature in votes by the House and Senate next week, lawmakers would not need to hold any additional special sessions near the Christmas or New Year's holidays when attendance by legislators is traditionally lower... Some Republicans and conservatives have blasted Lamont as "King Ned," saying that the legislature has granted the governor too much power, and the state must return to three equal branches of government -- executive, legislative and judicial. Lamont's powers have been extended five times since last year.

'F--- the Jab, Long Live Australia' - 20,000 Shut Down Melbourne Highway in Massive Lockdown Protest

'F--- the Jab, Long Live Australia' - 20,000 Shut Down Melbourne Highway in Massive Lockdown Protest [that needs to be replicated in the US] | 21 Sept 2021 | Anti-lockdown protests have become more common in Australia since the latest round of "snap" lockdowns began two months ago. Initially, those lockdowns were supposed to last a week. But months later, with tensions running high, millions of Australians are fed up with the government's lockdowns and vaccine requirements. On Tuesday in Melbourne, authorities were forced to confront this blazing public anger as protesters executed an "extremely dangerous maneuver" by marching onto a busy freeway and blocking traffic...Thousands converged on the city for a second consecutive day on Tuesday, with shocking footage capturing dozens moving onto the West Gate Freeway into the path of cars.

County Clerk Submits Report That Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion 'Destroyed' Election Data

County Clerk Submits Report That Colorado Secretary of State and Dominion 'Destroyed' Election Data | 21 Sept 2021 | Mesa County, Colorado Clerk and Recorder Tina M. Peters has submitted a forensic examination report to the Mesa County commissioners. The report shows that a massive amount of election data was deleted and "destroyed" by the office of the Democrat Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Dominion Voting Systems, which performed a supposed system upgrade on the voting equipment in May. Luckily, Peters had the data backed up before it was destroyed, hopefully keeping alive the prospect of performing a full forensic audit of the 2020 election. (Click here to read the report.)

Feds releasing 'numerous' migrants far from southern border in 'catch and release' system 'on a grander scale'

Feds releasing 'numerous' migrants far from southern border in 'catch and release' system 'on a grander scale' --ICE HQ using 'fear and intimidation' to make field offices release migrants deep into US, former official says | 21 Sept 2021 | Amid a crushing wave of migrants rushing the United States' southern border, overwhelmed U.S. immigration agencies are releasing "numerous" migrants not just in southern cities, but deep into the interior of the country in a revolving-door system some are concerned is giving aliens a free pass into the U.S. With destinations like Chicago, Denver, Minneapolis, New York City, Yakima, Wash., and Harrisburg, Pa., U.S. government-contracted planes transport migrants from the border and into the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) field offices around the country. These migrants are often later released from these destinations. These flights are made by iAero Airways, which is a major government contractor... The migrants released into the U.S. after taking these flights add up to at least tens of thousands of individuals.

University of Dallas history professor accused of 'misnaming COVID-19' on his syllabus, student-run newspaper suggests he face disciplinary action

University of Dallas history professor accused of 'misnaming COVID-19' on his syllabus, student-run newspaper suggests he face disciplinary action --Does a professor have the right to say 'China virus'? At UDallas, the answer is no. (Opinion) By Professor Susan Hanssen, University of Dallas | 21 Sept 2021 | Countless academics have kept their eyes down and mouths shut as our colleagues have been attacked online or administratively over the things they've said or done. Now, cancel culture has come to our campus, University of Dallas. But I will not be silent. The University News, the student-run newspaper, published an article Thursday accusing history Professor William Atto of "misnaming COVID-19" on his syllabus. The print edition of the article suggested he faced some sort of disciplinary action for it although an updated online version toned down such rhetoric. The article was published more than three weeks after the professor was attacked on social media for his choice of words, and reports that "University practice is to refer to this virus as COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2 in accord with medical and scientific literature." The print version, published Thursday, called it a "policy," however, and alluded to "disciplinary actions."

Biden's approval ratings plunge in important heartland battleground - poll

Biden's approval ratings plunge in important heartland battleground - poll --Biden's handling of Afghanistan exit, COVID crisis, take bite out of his standing among Iowans | 21 Sept 2021 | Joe Biden's approval ratings in Iowa are taking a hit, with less than a third of residents in the traditional heartland swing state giving the president a thumbs up on the job he's doing in the White House. Biden's approval rating stands at 31%, with disapproval at 62%, according to a Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa poll, which was released on Tuesday. The last time Biden's approval ratings were above water in Des Moines Register/Mediacom polling in Iowa was in March, early in his presidency, when he stood at 47%-44%.

'Action could be taken' against students using wrong pronouns at Point Park University

'Action could be taken' against students using wrong pronouns at Point Park University --Point Park University students recently received an email outlining the school's anti-discrimination policy, which states that 'action could be taken' if a complaint around 'misgendering' or 'pronoun misuse' is filed. | 20 Sept 2021 | On September 13, the Office of Equity and Inclusion notified the student body of Point Park University (PPU) that "action could be taken" against individuals who do not use their classmates' preferred pronouns. Campus Reform obtained a copy of the email. The university's Misgendering, Pronoun Misuse, and Deadnaming Policy states "any individual who has been informed of another person's gender identity, pronouns, or chosen name is expected to respect that individual." If a complaint is filed regarding this policy, "action could be taken," the email reads.

Vaccine passports: Thousands protest against COVID-19 measures in Montpellier, France

Vaccine passports: Thousands protest against COVID-19 measures in Montpellier, France --The footage captures protesters taking over the streets of Montpellier to denounce government measures established to combat the spread of COVID-19 implement totalitarianism. | 18 Sept 2021 | Activists have planned several demonstrations across the country on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 of September. The purpose of the action is to oppose compulsory vaccination for health care workers and Health Pass, which attests to an individual's vaccination status, to access public indoor spaces. The most disruptive gatherings could take place in Paris, where rallies will take over two locations: Place du Marechal Juin and Place du Trocadero, both central parts of the capital. Participation could reach the tens of thousands.

Hundreds are arrested and six cops are hospitalised with broken bones as the most violent Covid protests yet erupt in Melbourne and thousands turn out at demonstrations across Australia

Hundreds are arrested and six cops are hospitalised with broken bones as the most violent Covid protests yet erupt in Melbourne and thousands turn out at demonstrations across Australia --Anti-lockdown protests erupted across Australia including in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane on Saturday --Demonstrators shut down streets in Richmond, Melbourne, as they protested hardline stay-at-home orders --Protesters have also communicated on a live traffic app to navigate around police roadblocks in Sydney --Police arrested 235 people in Melbourne while six officers were injured with three recovering in hospital | 18 Sept 2021 | Anti-lockdown riots have erupted in Melbourne's CBD with violent protesters overpowering police officers and storming the streets in defiance of the city's [fascist] stay-at-home orders. More than 1,000 demonstrators turned out in full-force to protest against the lockdown as they swarmed in front of traffic in Richmond, in the Victorian capital's inner suburbs, on Saturday. Melbourne has spent 228 days in lockdown since since march 2020, and is set to notch up a grim world record for the most days spent under stay-at-home laws when it passes Buenos Aires on September 23.

Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Tells Idaho Real Estate Agent 'Liberty' and 'Constitutional' are Racist Terms and He Must Remove Them From His Ads

Multiple Listing Service (MLS) Tells Idaho Real Estate Agent 'Liberty' and 'Constitutional' are Racist Terms and He Must Remove Them From His Ads | 19 Sept 2021 | Northern Idaho patriot Todd Savage, a real estate broker and owner of Black Rifle Real Estate, recently received a demand letter from his local real estate Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that is affiliated with the National Association of Realtors. The letter stated that using the words "liberty" and "constitutional" on his ads were "racially charge code words." In his advertisement, Mr. Savage stated that the property is for "Liberty/Constitutional buyers ONLY." MLS demanded that Mr. Savage revise the language used in his listings immediately. Failure to do so would result in the removal of his listings from its website.

Confirmed: Armed Man Arrested at J6 Rally is Federal Officer - US Attorney's Office in DC Will Not Prosecute

Confirmed: Armed Man Arrested at J6 Rally is Federal Officer - US Attorney's Office in DC Will Not Prosecute | 20 Sept 2021 | As TGP reported over the weekend there were more police, reporters and undercover intelligence agents than protesters at the J6 rally in Washington, DC. The only armed person arrested on Saturday was a federal officer. Police surrounded a masked man who was armed with a firearm. The masked man told officers where his gun was and pulled out a badge.

Three States With Highest Vaccination Rate Lead U.S. With Greatest Increase in COVID-19 Case Rates Last Week

Three States With Highest Vaccination Rate Lead U.S. With Greatest Increase in COVID-19 Case Rates Last Week | 20 Sept 2021 | Data from the John Hopkins COVID-19 Tracker show that several states with the highest vaccination rates like Maine, New York, and Vermont have the highest increased rate in COVID-19 cases last week. And the state with the greatest decreased rate in COVID-19 cases was Texas. Vermont, leading the country with the highest vaccination rate of 71.30% (fully vaccinated) had a 34.07% increase rate in COVID-19 cases last week.

Thousands Gather at 'Freedom Rally' in New York City to Oppose Vaccine Passports

Thousands Gather at 'Freedom Rally' in New York City to Oppose Vaccine Passports | 19 Sept 2021 | Thousands gathered near Central Park in Manhattan on Saturday to express their discontent with the vaccine mandates and passport requirements implemented on the city by Mayor Bill de Blasio this month. New York City started enforcing a COVID-19 vaccine mandate Monday, with de Blasio warning that "there’ll be consequences" for those who do not follow the rules. The mandate requires establishments to put up certain signage and verify customers’ COVID-19 vaccine proof, such as vaccination cards issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New York City vaccination records, other official immunization records, the NYC COVID Safe App, or the Excelsior Pass. Participants chanted "my body, my choice," "no vaccine passports," and "freedom over fear!"

Human remains found in Wyoming are 'consistent' with description of Gabby Petito, FBI says

Human remains found in Wyoming are 'consistent' with description of Gabby Petito, FBI says | 19 Sep 2021 | Human remains discovered in Teton County, Wyoming, on Sunday are "consistent with the description of" missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito, FBI officials said in a news conference. "Full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm 100% that we found Gabby, but her family has been notified of this discovery," Charles Jones, FBI Denver's supervisory senior resident agent in Wyoming, said. Jones opened the news conference extending condolences to Petito's family. A body was found Sunday in a national forest in Teton County, Wyoming, according to County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue.

Federal Appellate Court Denies Indiana University's Motion to Dismiss Challenge to IU COVID Vaccination Mandate

Federal Appellate Court Denies Indiana University's Motion to Dismiss Challenge to IU COVID Vaccination Mandate | 17 Sept 2021 | On Friday, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals denied Indiana University's motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging its COVID vaccination mandate for students, so the appellate court will hear the Student's challenge on the merits. In May this year, IU announced it will be requiring all students, faculty, and staff to receive COVID vaccinations before they can return to IU for the fall semester with stringent and limited exemptions to the mandate for those with religious or medical exemptions. Even if a student is granted an exemption they are still subject to rigorous extra requirements, regardless of why they received an exemption, including masking, regular testing and possible quarantining. In June, The Bopp Law Firm, on behalf of IU students, filed a federal lawsuit against IU to preserve students' rights to bodily integrity and autonomy, and of medical treatment choice.

Texas Rep. Pfluger visits Del Rio migrant camp as numbers spike, warns 'worst is yet to come'

Texas Rep. Pfluger visits Del Rio migrant camp as numbers spike, warns 'worst is yet to come' --The number of migrants in Del Rio has spiked from 4,000 on Wednesday to more than 14,000 on Saturday | 18 Sept 2021 | Rep. August Pfluger, R-Texas, on Saturday spoke to Fox News as he visited the site of the migrant surge in Del Rio, Texas, saying that the number of predominantly Haitian migrants camping there in squalid conditions is approaching 15,000 -- and warning the situation could get much worse. "Speaking to Border Patrol agents, the worst is yet to come, they're worried about what is behind here, they’re worried about co-ordination with Mexico," he told Fox News from Del Rio. Officials have described an "out of control" situation as they scramble to cope with a flood of migrants that has spiked from 4,000 on Wednesday to now what Pfluger said was 14,878 as of Saturday afternoon.

125 Staff Part Ways With Indiana's Biggest Hospital System After Refusing Vaccine

125 Staff Part Ways With Indiana's Biggest Hospital System After Refusing Vaccine | 18 Sept 2021 | Indiana University Health, the biggest hospital system in the state, has announced that 125 staff members are no longer employed there after refusing to comply with the organization's COVID-19 vaccine mandate. "Indiana University Health has put the safety [sic] and well-being of patients and team members first by requiring employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 1," IU Health said in a Sept. 16 statement. "After a two-week unpaid suspension period ending Sept. 14, a total of 125 employees, the equivalent of 61 full-time employees, chose not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and have left the organization." While the statement did not specify whether the workers quit or were fired, a spokesperson for IU Health told Newsweek that the employees who refused to get the shot resigned.

Times Square swarmed by hundreds protesting COVID vaccine mandate, chanting 'F--- Joe Biden'

Times Square swarmed by hundreds protesting COVID vaccine mandate, chanting 'F--- Joe Biden' --The event was part of the 'World Wide Rally For Freedom' | 18 Sept 2021 | Hundreds [thousands, truth be told] of protesters took to the streets in New York City's Times Square Saturday to protest coronavirus vaccine mandate requirements. Protesters could be seen waving flags and signs on Saturday with many of them chanting against mandatory vaccines. Protesters could be heard chanting "freedom" and "my body my choice." At one point a woman got on a stage and told Biden that she has lost her patience with him prompting chants of "F--- Joe Biden" from the crowd.

The Pandemic Has Ended for Much of India - Using Ivermectin

The Pandemic Has Ended for Much of India - Using Ivermectin | 18 Sept 2021 | Dr. Pierre Kory, an American pulmonary and critical care specialist and founding member of FLCCC, is "thrilled as the pandemic for much of India is over." Cases are rare, deaths near zero – in Indian states which use ivermectin in early treatment protocols. In Uttar Pradesh, India, 33 districts have been declared "Covid-free." With a combined population of 241 million there are only 199 active cases and the positive test rate is 0.01% – statistically zero. It is a poor state and worse, the most-populous in the nation and has extremely high-density cities -- the most-fertile environment imaginable for a pandemic virus -- yet they defeated Covid with a cheap, widely available drug.

Two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's kids test positive for COVID-19

Two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's kids test positive for COVID-19 | 17 Sept 2021 | Two of California Governor Gavin Newsom's children tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesperson for the office of the governor said on Friday. The spokesperson, Erin Mellon, said the tests were conducted on Thursday, and that the governor, his wife and two other children have since tested negative.

Barnard tried to force Jewish students to violate religious laws for COVID monitoring

Barnard tried to force Jewish students to violate religious laws for COVID monitoring | 16 Sept 2021 | Barnard College told its observant Jewish students that they would have to violate their religious beliefs and use a mobile application on Shabbat and during the High Holidays for COVID-19 monitoring. Observant Jews are prohibited from using technology on the Sabbath and High Holy Days, which includes Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The latter starts tonight. Cynthia Yang, the head of Barnard's Pandemic Response Team, sent an email to students who identified themselves as a "Sabbath-observer" to Barnard Residential Life and Housing Department. The email came in just hours before the start of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, on Monday...The email claimed that Barnard simply could not wait a day, after Rosh Hashanah ended, for students to report symptoms.

DC getting zero Afghan refugees in first wave of resettlement, as many states get 1,000+

DC getting zero Afghan refugees in first wave of resettlement, as many states get 1,000+ --The Biden regime wants to resettle 95,000 Afghans in the next year | 17 Sept 2021 | Some of the loudest voices calling for the resettlement of tens of thousands of Afghan refugees in the United States have come from Washington, D.C. – and yet the nation's capital won’t be receiving any of the initial wave of refugees. State Department data show where the initial group of 37,000 Afghans are heading after being processed into the United States. California (5,255) and Texas (4,481) will receive the largest numbers of the first wave, while smaller populated states like Oklahoma and Missouri will receive 1,800 and 1,200, respectively. Michigan, Florida and Georgia will both receive more than 1,000 Afghans each. New York will receive 1,143 and Arizona will receive 1,610.

Thousands of Illegal Immigrants Amass Under Bridge in Texas

Thousands of Illegal Immigrants Amass Under Bridge in Texas | 16 Sept 2021 | Thousands of illegal immigrants, mostly from Haiti, are congregating under an international bridge in Texas while they wait to be processed by Border Patrol... Some 9,000 illegal immigrants, including Haitian, Cuban, and Venezuelan nationals, are in the area, Val Verde County Sheriff Joe Frank Martinez confirmed at 3:45 p.m. local time on Sept. 16. Five hundred more had arrived within the previous half-hour as the sheriff and the mayor of Del Rio, Texas, held a press conference near the bridge–almost within sight of the Rio Grande, which serves as the international border with Mexico.

Texas Hospital Faces Closure Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate - CEO

Texas Hospital Faces Closure Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate - CEO | 15 Sept 2021 | The chief executive of a hospital in Texas warned that his facility faces closure after Joe Biden's announcement last week that most healthcare workers get the COVID-19 vaccine. If the mandate goes through, Brownfield Regional Medical Center CEO Jerry Jasper said, "20 percent of my, probably 20 to 25 percent of my staff will have to go away if that's the case," reported KCBD. Losing those workers, he said, would likely cause his hospital to shut down, and losing Medicare and Medicaid money isn't an option either..."It's huge in our rural community as all the other rural communities. We all have high poverty levels and stuff like that, so a lot of Medicaid usage in our communities and stuff like that," Jasper remarked to the station. Another local hospital executive said that the mandate echoed Jasper's sentiments.

John Durham Grand Jury Indicts Lawyer Whose Firm Represented Democrats in 2016

John Durham Grand Jury Indicts Lawyer Whose Firm Represented Democrats in 2016 | 16 Sept 2021 | Special prosecutor John Durham has charged Washington-based lawyer Michael Sussmann, who represented former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee, with lying to the FBI during Clinton's 2016 campaign. Sussmann works for the high-powered law firm Perkins Coie--which has long done legal work for the Democratic Party and top Democrats, including filing election-related lawsuits. The lawyer was indicted on a single felony count of making a false statement during a meeting with FBI General Counsel James Baker in September 2016. Prosecutors allege that Sussmann lied by denying he represented any client when he told the federal law enforcement agency about evidence that allegedly linked then-candidate Donald Trump's Trump Tower to a bank in Russia.

Los Angeles County to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine Passports - Officials

Los Angeles County to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine Passports - Officials | 15 Sept 2021 | Los Angeles County, the most populous county in the United States, announced Wednesday it would require proof of COVID-19 vaccination at bars, nightclubs, breweries, lounges, and related businesses. The order will also require vaccine proof or a negative COVID-19 test for large outdoor events, including Los Angeles Rams, Chargers, and Dodgers games, said County Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer told the Board of Supervisors to the Board of Supervisors. Would-be customers will have to have at least one vaccine dose by Oct. 7 and be fully vaccinated by Nov. 4, she said.

Rand Paul: Gen. Milley should be removed, court-martialed if secret calls to China are confirmed

Rand Paul: Gen. Milley should be removed, court-martialed if secret calls to China are confirmed --Gen. Mark Milley made calls to China out of concern Trump would order attack, new book claims | 15 Sept 2021 | Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said Wednesday that General Mark Milley needs to be interviewed and face consequences if it is confirmed that he spoke with Chinese officials out of concern then-President Donald Trump would cause conflict with the communist nation. RAND PAUL: It should be investigated immediately, today, he should be questioned under oath, if not with a polygraph test, on whether it happened. If it happened, he should be immediately relieved of his duties and court-martialed. You have to find out if it’s true. This is innuendo and rumor and propaganda perhaps. But, if it is true he absolutely immediately needs to be removed.

White House Cuts Biden's Feed During Briefing

White House Cuts Biden's Feed During Briefing | 13 Sept 2021 | During a trip to Boise, Idaho, on Monday for a briefing on wildfires with federal and state officials, Joe Biden's feed was abruptly cut by the White House. Biden said during the briefing he wanted to hear more from George Geissler of the National Association of State Foresters. Biden asked Geissler if he could ask him a question, and Geissler replied "of course." Biden then said, "One of the things that I've been working on with some others is --," before his feed was cut. It was then replaced by a full-screen graphic saying, "Thank you for watching."

LA officers sue over vaccine mandate as police across California threaten to resign

LA officers sue over vaccine mandate as police across California threaten to resign --Police department employees claim 'hostile work environment' for the unvaccinated and say mandate violates civil rights | 13 Sept 2021 | Los Angeles police department (LAPD) employees have sued over requirements they get vaccinated for Covid-19, alleging that the department has created a "hostile work environment" for the unvaccinated and that the mandate violates employees' privacy and civil rights. The suit is one of several aggressive challenges to vaccine mandates by police unions and officers across California, some of whom have threatened mass resignations in response to new rules. It comes as staff at law enforcement agencies remain unvaccinated at disproportionately high rates. LA's vaccine mandate requires city employees to be vaccinated by 20 October unless they are approved for a specific religious or medical exemption.

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