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"The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) took control of the ideological foundations of the American empire, encompassing the corporate, banking, political, foreign policy, military, media, and academic elite of the nation into a generally cohesive overall world view. By altering one's ideology to that of promoting such an internationalist agenda, the big money that was behind it would ensure one's rise through government, industry, academia and media. There are divisions within the elite, predicated on the basis of how to use American imperial power, where to use it, on what basis to justify it, and other various methodological differences. The divide amongst elites was never on the questions of: should we use American imperial power, why has America become an Empire, or should there even be an empire? If one takes such considerations to heart and questions these concepts, be it within the foreign policy establishment, intelligence, military, academia, finance, corporate world, or media; chances are, such a person is not a member of the CFR." -- Andrew Gavin Marshall

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December 6, 2021

Dec 06 14:30

A Couple Stored IRA Gold at Home. They Owe the IRS More Than $300,000

It’s official: Owners of individual retirement accounts with assets invested in gold and silver coins can’t store them in a safe at their home.

So ruled the judge in a recent Tax Court case, Andrew McNulty et al. v. Commissioner. The decision will cost Mr. McNulty and his wife Donna dearly—taxes of nearly $270,000 on about $730,000 of IRA assets, plus penalties likely to exceed $50,000.

The ruling disallows a scheme that was heavily promoted several years ago, when radio and internet ads touted the benefits of using IRA assets to buy gold and silver coins and then store them at home or in a safe-deposit box. Promoters based pitches on a perceived ambiguity in the law, despite warnings from the Internal Revenue Service and legal specialists.

Dec 06 14:15

Jussie Smollett takes the stand in his own defense

Jussie Smollett testified Monday that he did drugs at a bathhouse and made out with one of the two brothers accusing him of staging a hate crime against himself.

The former “Empire” television star, 39, described meeting Abimbola Osundairo, when called to the stand by his defense at his trial on charges that he staged a hate crime against himself in January 2019 and lied to police about it.

“We were in a club, you go to the bathroom, go to a stall, do a bump, do a bump and then just kind of keep going in and then we went to the bathhouse,” Smollet said.

While at the bathhouse Steamworks in Chicago’s Boystown neighborhood, the pair went into a private room, where there was gay pornography on the screens, Smollett said.

Dec 06 14:14

Omicron's 'Mildness' Is Thorn In Biden Administration's Christmas Narrative

The Biden administration was hoping for a threat from the new variant that would provide political cover for their draconian rules and a mask for their failed economic policies. Instead, as the World Health Organization, as well as hundreds of doctors, have reported, Omicron symptoms are little more than the common cold.

As Christmas approaches and citizens realize the stores are empty and what is on the shelves are insanely expensive, the focus of their ire will be on the administration that created this economy through systematic dismantling of Trump-era policies that worked and kept America moving. Without a distraction like a deadly flu variant to distract the media narrative, the Biden administration is fearing a backlash that will resonate deep into 2022.

Dec 06 14:12

9 Shocking Signs Of The Staggering Decline Of The Traditional American Family

How can anyone possibly be optimistic about the future of our society when our families just continue to get weaker and weaker? Traditional family units are at the foundation of any successful society, and that was certainly true for the United States during our formative years. But now a decline that has stretched on for decades has left the traditional American family in worse shape than ever before. Our entertainment is anti-family, our culture is anti-family and many of our politicians are openly anti-family. There is so much that is working against us, but if we don’t get our families fixed there is no way that we are ever going to have any hope of turning the entire nation around.

If you think that I am exaggerating, just keep reading. The following are 9 shocking signs of the staggering decline of the traditional American family…



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Dec 06 13:03

UK Police Bill Is an Attack on the Rights of Everyone Who Has a Cause They Believe In

By Jun Pang

Just over a year ago, disturbing reports began trickling out: the British government was preparing an attack on the right to protest. The right through which we won many of the things we take for granted today—from voting rights to marriage equality—which allows all of us to stand up against injustice. Now we know the government is taking a sledgehammer to this right, smashing everyone’s ability to stand up to power.

In February, we at Liberty obtained proof that a bill was coming that intended to retain lockdown-like restrictions on our protest rights. Throughout the pandemic, we warned that “crisis is the ground on which long-term erosion of our rights and freedoms are often seeded”.

Dec 06 12:44

Russia issues threat to GPS satellites

The Kremlin warned it could blow up 32 GPS satellites with its new anti-satellite technology, ASAT, which it tested Nov. 15 on a retired Soviet Tselina-D satellite, according to numerous news reports.

Russia then claimed on state television that its new ASAT missiles could obliterate NATO satellites and “blind all their missiles, planes and ships, not to mention the ground forces,” said Russian Channel One TV host Dmitry Kiselyov, rendering the West’s GPS-guided missiles useless. “It means that if NATO crosses our red line, it risks losing all 32 of its GPS satellites at once.”

The International Space Station (ISS) Flight Control team was notified of indications of a satellite breakup, causing 1,500 pieces of debris to threaten the station. “Due to the debris generated by the destructive Russian Anti-Satellite (ASAT) test, ISS astronauts and cosmonauts undertook emergency procedures for safety,” said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson.



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Dec 06 12:41

Switzerland Approves Assisted ‘Suicide Capsule’

Switzerland has just legalized a new way to die by assisted suicide. The country’s medical review board has just given authorization for use of the Sarco Suicide Pod, which is a 3-D-printed portable coffin-like capsule with windows that can be transported to a tranquil place for a person’s final moments of life.

Conventional assisted-suicide methods have generally involved a chemical substance. Inventor Philip Nitschke of Exit International told the website SwissInfo.ch that his “death pod” offers a different approach. “We want to remove any kind of psychiatric review from the process and allow the individual to control the method themselves,” he said. “Our aim is to develop an artificial-intelligence screening system to establish the person’s mental capacity. Naturally there is a lot of skepticism, especially on the part of psychiatrists.”

Dec 06 12:40

Trump Calls Out Fake News For Comments About Melania

On Thursday morning, Former President Donald Trump called into Fox News where he spent roughly half an hour attacking President Joe Biden over his COVID-19 mandates, taking credit for the vaccines and accusing the current Administration of turning the United States into a 'dumping ground' for migrants coming to the southwest border.

Toward the end of his interview Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade appeared to catch the former president off-guard with a question about his 2024 prospects - specifically whether his wife would stay by his side.

Dec 06 12:24

81 Million Votes: Devastating Poll Shows Just 22% of Americans Want Joe Biden to Run Again


Dec 06 12:16

Tyrant NJ Governor Doubles Down On Gun Control...Lots of it Too!

Dec 06 12:12

Ukraine warns EU about 5 million refugees

Ukraine’s defense minister has decided to raise the specter of one of the European Union’s major concerns – large scale migration – amid American-driven claims that Russia is planning an invasion of his country.

Alexey Reznikov, who took charge of Kiev's Defense Ministry in November, warns that up to five million of his country men and women could flee to the EU in the event of a full-scale war. A similar number are believed to have already left since 2014, about two million to Russia, and the rest to other European countries.

Writing for pro-NATO lobby group the Atlantic Council, Reznikov said there was “real uncertainty” about whether Brussels understood the impact a much-hyped large-scale Russian incursion into Ukraine would have on the whole of the continent.

Reznikov dedicated his article to explaining to EU leaders the potentially “disastrous consequences” of any conflict – one Russia has repeatedly said it has no intention of starting.

Dec 06 12:10

'Smash & Grab' Crimes Grow This Much As White House Downplays Significance

A surge of robberies across the U.S. has jolted businesses, urging owners and leaders to take precautions to preserve brick-and-mortar shops amid a busy holiday shopping season.

Stores and malls in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago and other metropolitan areas have been the targets of flash mob robberies, break-ins and vandalism.

Specialists who spoke with The Hill said that the uptick of online shopping during the pandemic has added to the increase in these kinds of wrongdoings.

Dec 06 12:10

WOKE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ATTEMPTS TO DOX AND STALK PARENTS WHO QUESTION CRITICAL THEORY TEACHINGS

Dec 06 12:09

WORLD WILD WEB Inside grim world of ‘deepfakes’ where celebs battle bogus sex tapes & ANYONE can be framed in crime videos for just £15

WITH fury in his eyes, Michael Grothaus pointed his gun at a cyclist and told him to give up his backpack or die.

At the end of the terrifying 90-second clip, the would-be victim fortunately fled. He was lucky, the gunman knew he was “going to kill this man” if passers-by hadn’t interrupted.

However, this wasn’t the real Michael. It was a ‘deepfake’ - a video where his face had been superimposed on to another man through artificial intelligence technology.

The journalist was researching his new book, Trust No One, which explores the cunning and terrifying tricks that could see an innocent person appear in porn or commit a crime.

Deepfakes have spiralled out of control after first emerging in 2017 and as technology continues to advance, things will likely only get worse.


Dec 06 12:05

Watch: French Citizens Resist Vaccine Passports, Take Over Shopping Mall

A video is going around showing French citizens pushing past security and police to enter a shopping mall in protest of vaccine passports.

While it’s not high-quality footage, the video shows dozens of demonstrators outnumbering the security guards and forcing their way into the building.

Dec 06 12:04

War in Ukraine? NATO expansion drives conflict with Russia

Russia is seeking a legally binding pledge that NATO will stop expanding east, including to Ukraine. If the US refuses, is war next? Richard Sakwa joins Pushback.

Russia is seeking a legally binding pledge that NATO will stop expanding east, including to Ukraine. If the US refuses, is war next? Scholar and author Richard Sakwa analyzes the growing Russia-Ukraine conflict and how Russiagate fueled it.

Guest: Richard Sakwa. Professor of Russian and European politics at the University of Kent. His books include “Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands” and his latest, “Deception: Russiagate and the New Cold War.”

Dec 06 12:04

Judge stays State House vax mandate, sets December 13th hearing

NJGOP legislators won round one of their court battle against the State House vax mandate on Thursday after an appellate court judge issued a stay of the controversial State Capitol Joint Management Commission rules.

Incoming Republican legislative leaders – State Senator Steve Oroho and Assemblyman John DiMaio – were represented by former Republican state committee party Chairman Michael Lavery.

Judge Allison Accurso announced a hearing date of December 13th.

Dec 06 11:54

Evergrande DEFAULT confirmed, global financial CONTAGION now imminent



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Dec 06 11:53

Biden admin searching for a town willing to host a US nuclear waste dump

The Biden administration is looking for communities willing to serve as temporary homes for tens of thousands of metric tons of nuclear waste currently stranded at power plants around the country.

The Energy Department filed a public notice Tuesday that it is restarting the process for finding a voluntary host for spent nuclear fuel until a permanent location is identified.

Dec 06 11:53

Canada Announces Plan To Merge With Communist China Social Credit Score .

The Canadian government declared businesses must prepare to merge with Communist China’s corporate model using its Orwellian social credit score system.

The government of Canada has issued guidance in April 2020 for businesses to prepare to adapt to China’s Corporate Social Credit System (CSCS), an offshoot of its social credit score program for individuals.

Dec 06 11:51

This is just sad

Dec 06 11:49

Don't mess with the workers. Solidarity forever.


Dec 06 11:48

INSANITY: Chicago Is Removing Gendered Bathrooms From All Its Public Schools

Dec 06 11:46

Former National Guard official calls out Army’s Jan. 6 ‘lies’

In a 36-page memo obtained by Politico, former National Guard official Col. Earl Matthews accused two Army generals of being “absolute and unmitigated liars,” based on their testimonies before Congress about the January 6 riot.

Matthews’ memo was sent to the congressional committee investigating the events of January 6, 2021 earlier this month. In it, he accuses Gen. Charles Flynn (brother of Trump ally Michael and deputy chief of staff for operations on Jan. 6), and Lt. Gen. Walter Piatt (director of the Army staff), of lying in their congressional testimonies when they said they pushed for a quick deployment of the National Guard following the Capitol being breached.

One of Matthews’ more specific claims is that Piatt testified he had asked then-National Guard commander Gen. William Walker, under whom Matthews was working at the time, on a conference call to get a QRF (Quick Ready Force) deployed not long after the attack.

Dec 06 11:44

Biden Mulls Cutting Russia Off SWIFT Ahead Of Putin Call In "Nuclear Option" Ukraine Response

CNN and others are reporting just a day ahead of the much anticipated video call between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden that the White House is mulling "nuclear option" level actions against Moscow should it launch a military offensive against Ukraine - which US intelligence has lately said could be imminent based on assessing that some 175,000 troops have been mustered in the Crimea and regions near Ukraine's eastern border.

This includes discussion of the possibility of disconnecting Russia from the SWIFT international payment system, seen as the most drastic potential measure which further includes fresh sanctions on Putin's inner circle and on Russian energy producers.

The Kremlin has of course vehemently rejected the Ukraine threat accusations, saying it's free to move its own troops wherever it sees fit within the Russian Federation's sovereign territory and borders.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Cutting Russia off from SWIFT will not lead to a calm discussion!

Dec 06 11:43

US Officially Announces Diplomatic Boycott Of Beijing Winter Olympics

The Biden administration has officially announced a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, an announcement that was widely expected, WSJ reports.

A diplomatic boycott means that no U.S. government officials are attending the Games, but U.S. athletes will still be present.

On Monday, ahead of the expected announcement, China's Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said, "the Winter Olympics is not a stage for political show and political manipulation." He said a boycott "severely tarnishes the spirit of the Olympic Charter."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Actually, China has not invited any American diplomats to the games.


Dec 06 11:42

School officials could be charged in deadly Michigan shooting: prosecutor

Michigan school officials could still be charged for ignoring multiple red flags ahead of the deadly mass shooting at Oxford High School, the local prosecutor warned in a new interview.

Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald had already lashed out at how “angry” she was at Ethan Crumbley, 15, being allowed to remain in class before he allegedly killed four classmates in the deadliest school shooting of the year.

Asked Monday on NBC’s “Today” show if it was “possible that school officials could face charges,” McDonald conceded, “It’s possible, yes.”

The prosecutor — who earlier confirmed that the investigation was ongoing — did not elaborate further, or give an expected timeline on a decision.

Dec 06 11:42

Joe Biden Abolishes 90 Percent of ICE’s Deportations

President Joe Biden has slashed the deportation of illegal migrants from 25 cities by roughly 90 percent, so helping business groups with a flood of desperate, low-wage workers.

Biden’s business giveaway was revealed by the Center for Immigration Studies, which also showed that Biden’s deputies have reduced by two-thirds the deportation of criminal migrants who threaten Americans and the nation’s growing population of illegal migrants.

Only 18,713 illegals were formally “removed” — deported — from 25 interior cities, such as Atlanta, Baltimore, and Miami, from January to July in 2021, according to the data from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. The 2021 removal number includes only 6,000 migrants convicted of serious crimes, such as MS-13 migrants.

Dec 06 11:41

Anonymous: All Signs Point To World War 3:Hacktivist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video – urging people around the world to prepare for World War 3

Hacktivist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video – urging people around the world to prepare for World War 3 – warning that the US is maneuvering its military for battle.

“All the signs of a looming war on the Korean peninsula are surfacing,” the group claimed in a six-minute clip, posted on YouTube over the weekend.

“Unlike previous world wars, although there will be ground troops the battle is likely to be fierce, brutal and quick. It will also be globally devastating on environmental and economical levels,” Anonymous warn.

Dec 06 11:31

To Deny the "Lab Leak" COVID Theory, the NYT and WPost Use Dubious and Conflicted Sources

That COVID-19 infected humanity due to a zoonotic leap from a "wet market” in Wuhan — rather than a leak from a lab in the same Chinese city — was declared unquestionable truth at the start of the pandemic. For a full year, anyone dissenting from this narrative was deemed so irresponsible that they were banned from large social media platforms, accused of spreading "disinformation.” No debate about COVID's origins was permitted. It had been settled by The Science™. Every rational person who believed in science, by definition, immediately accepted at the start of the pandemic that COVID made a natural leap from bats or pangolins; that it may have escaped from a lab in Wuhan which just so happens to gather, study and manipulate novel coronaviruses in bats was officially declared a deranged conspiracy theory.



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Dec 06 11:29

'At Least Alec Baldwin Did Not Blame Trump For Pulling The Trigger'

In a preview for an upcoming broadcast interview on Thursday night, Alec Baldwin claimed that he did not pull the trigger on the revolver that fired, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Baldwin will sit down for his first formal interview regarding the tragic shooting on the set of the independent Western film "Rust," it was announced on Wednesday. Baldwin addressed the fact that he was holding a gun that was apparently loaded with a live bullet that should not have been on the set at all, let alone in an actor's hand, in a trailer for the tell-all.

An emotional Baldwin asserts categorically that he did not pull the trigger during the preview, which is extensively edited for the purpose of promoting the longer interview that will run Thursday evening.

Dec 06 11:29

John Eastman Already Plead The Fifth Ahead Of Jan 6 Committee Appearance

The attorney representing lawyer John Eastman, who counseled President Donald Trump amid his election fraud claims effort, has told the Jan. 6th committee his client is asserting his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination.

Lawyer Charles Burnham revealed the remarkable information in a letter to panel chair Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), in a week that marked another Trump loyalist, former DOJ official Jeffrey Clark, suggesting he intended to take the Fifth.

Dec 06 11:28

Shocking Truth About New Variant Brings Into Question Biden's Motives For New Rules

No one has died with the new super mutant Omicron Covid variant despite the variant being recognized in 38 countries, the World Health Organization (WHO) has reported.

The US and Australia became the latest countries to establish locally transmitted cases of the variant, as Omicron infections pushed South Africa's total cases past three million.

And India affirmed its third Omicron infection today, with cases also now spotted in Sri Lanka, South Korea, and Malaysia.

Dec 06 11:27

Kevin McCarthy Slams 'America First' Reps As GOP Infighting Grows

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said that debates about Republican Reps. Lauren Boebert of Colorado, Paul Gosar of Arizona, and Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia are distractions that will cause difficulties for Republicans as the party focuses on gaining back the House in next year’s midterm elections.

“It's things we would not want to deal with,” McCarthy said at a press conference on Friday when asked if the three members are distractions for Republicans heading into 2022.


Dec 06 11:25

UPDATE – Flynn Team Successfully Collected Antrim County, MI Dominion Hard Drive Data…Analysis Today

This story is developing…

2300 EST – Flynn Cyber Team Successfully Collected Antrim County, MI Dominion Hard Drive Data…Analysis Tomorrow

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1230 EST – Antrim County Administrator tries to take pictures and dox forensic team, forced to delete pictures

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0950 EST – Flynn cyber team has removed Dominion hard drive and is copying, will take 6-8 hours

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UPDATE 0902 EST – Local sheriff tried to prevent Flynn forensics team from entering courthouse in Antrim County – but they are now in!

Dec 06 11:24

Books Depicting Graphic Sex Scenes Back in Virginia School Library

Books containing extremely graphic sex scenes and pictures were returned to a Virginia school library last week.

The books—”Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe, and “Lawn Boy” by Jonathan Evison—are among many books containing sexual content that have been banned from school libraries in several states, including Arkansas, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee, and Minnesota.

Dec 06 11:22

Lockdowns compared: tracking governments’ coronavirus responses

From business closures to movement restrictions, how countries’ policies around the world are changing

Curfews and other restrictions on daily life aimed at curbing the virus' spread remain a reality for millions around the world.

Governments have been cautious about easing lockdown measures after the lifting of restrictions over the summer led to new waves of the virus. For many, optimism generated by rapid progress in the development has been partially offset by concerns over slow rollouts and their efficacy with new, highly transmissible variants of the virus.

This page provides an ongoing visual representation of the worldwide imposition and relaxation of lockdown measures. It uses the Covid-19 government response stringency index, a composite score developed by researchers at Oxford university, to compare countries’ policy responses to the coronavirus pandemic.

Dec 06 11:21

Oregon is set to enforce PERMANENT mask mandate for indoor public spaces as COVID cases continue to rise

Oregon sparked panic when its health authority announced it was planning to make its mask mandate 'permanent' for indoor public spaces.

The state's Health Authority's Rules Advisory Committee met with business leaders, faith leaders and stakeholders on Thursday to discuss the worryingly worded draft of the new mandate, which will be released next week.

The state, which remains one of the few to require masks for the vaccinated in public spaces, is planning the extended mandate in the midst of rising concerns over increasing COVID cases in the country as well as the presence of the Omicron variant. This also comes after Oregon lifted the outdoor mask mandate last week.

Dec 06 11:21

Congress’ vicious assault on your Liberty

A most vicious assault on your personal liberty was fomented unanimously by House Democrats with the help of 80 Republicans Tuesday in passing the “Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act of 2021.” The bill, if passed by the Senate, would fund an unprecedented nationwide citizen health information and tracking system by expanding CDC and Public Health Department electronic surveillance. This legislation empowers the Federal government in coordination with local health departments and health care providers to track your immunization records, your movements, and use your personal health decisions to force you to comply with government and worldwide edicts.

Dec 06 11:20

Critical Race Theory Serves to Usher in Communist Agenda in America, Says Philosophy Professor

Critical race theory has become the philosophic foundation supporting a Marxist communist agenda sweeping American society, according to philosophy professor Jason Hill.

Acting as racial managers or agents for African-Americans, practitioners of critical race theory (CRT) are after power and aim to “destroy all those foundational values, all those codified values, and principles that we use in times of crisis,” Hill said in a recent interview with Epoch TV’s “American Thought Leaders” program.

Critical race theorists “want to first erase personal identity, then erase history, erase those codified values to usher in a new, what I would call, Marxist communist agenda in our society,” he added.

Dec 06 11:16

'Stick Your Vaccine Mandate Up Your A**' Anthem Spreads

Dec 06 11:14

The 1963 List “Current Communist Goals” Is Becoming A Reality Right Before Our Eyes

The document “Current Communist Goals” lists 45 objectives pursued by the Communists to overthrow America from within. Although this document is over 60 years old, it is more relevant than ever. In fact, everyone should read it right now. Here’s a look at this important list.

On January 10th, 1963, a document titled Current Communist Goals was presented to the US Congress and was added to the Congressional record “under unanimous consent”. It lists 45 goals pursued by the Communists to overthrow America by infiltrating and corrupting its key institutions.

That list is an excerpt from the 1958 book The Naked Communist written by FBI special agent Cleon Skousen. Reading it today is as mind-blowing as it is troubling. While some points are somewhat outdated – especially those concerning geopolitics – most of them are, today, more relevant than ever.

Dec 06 11:13

Manchin Joins The Fight Against Vaccine Mandates

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said on Thursday night that he is backing a GOP attempt to block President Biden’s vaccine mandate for bigger companies, which is expected to get a vote in the Senate next week.

“Let me be clear, I do not support any government vaccine mandate on private businesses. That’s why I have cosponsored and will strongly support a bill to overturn the federal government vaccine mandate for private businesses," Manchin said in a statement.

Dec 06 11:12

Border Patrol prepares to punish non-compliant unvaccinated agents

Border Patrol agents who missed the vaccination deadline under the COVID-19 vaccine mandate will begin receiving letters of counseling to enforce compliance or begin the disciplinary process, including termination, according to information shared with The Monitor.

Administration officials were recently instructed on the process to bring employees who failed to meet the Department of Homeland Security’s deadline of Nov. 22.

Dec 06 11:12

Face masks on flights: TSA extends mask requirements on planes, trains, buses and in airports through at least March 18

Transportation Security Administration has extended its face mask requirement through at least March 18.

“Following the President’s order and announcement regarding efforts to combat the Omicron variant, TSA, in conjunction with the CDC, will extend the face mask requirement for individuals across all transportation networks throughout the United States, including at airports, onboard commercial aircraft, on over-the-road buses, and on commuter bus and rail systems through March 18, 2022,” TSA said in a statement.

Dec 06 11:11

New Brunswick begins allowing essentials like grocery stores to ban those without a vaccine passport

Since Saturday, grocery stores in New Brunswick have been allowed to ban those who do now show a vaccine passport. Authorities are trying to justify the measure as a way to keep Covid infections down.

Announcing the “winter action plan” the government of New Brunswick allowed all businesses, businesses that provide essentials such as food, to require proof of vaccination from clients.

Dec 06 11:06

7-Year-Old Girl Has Stroke and Brain Hemorrhage 7 Days After Pfizer COVID-19 Shot

A man in Pennsylvania has reported that his niece, Harper, was taken to the ICU recently due to having a stroke and hemorrhaging in her brain, 7 days after receiving a Pfizer COVID-19 shot.

The uncle, Barry Gewin, does not refer to the shot she received as a “vaccine,” but a “lethal injection” that is “pure evil,” suggesting that he might have a different opinion about the Pfizer shots for children than maybe his brother does, the father of Harper.

Dec 06 11:05

ARE YOU ON THE VAXX EXEMPT LIST ?

Dec 06 11:04

UK to put booster jab programme ‘on steroids’ in wake of Omicron

British Health Secretary Sajid Javid said the country will intensify its vaccination campaign in response to the arrival of the potentially more contagious Omicron variant of the coronavirus.

“The minimal interval for booster jabs should be halved from six months to three months,” Javid told Parliament on Monday, citing the new advice from the government’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

The health secretary added that booster jabs should be expanded to include all adults. The JCVI previously advised boosters for people aged 40 and older.

We’re absolutely right to basically put the booster programme on steroids because that will really help us.

Dec 06 11:04

Who Says You Can’t Overturn Fraudulent Elections? The Results of a Local 2020 Election in Florida Were Just Overturned and Decertified

Who says elections can’t be decertified? A 2020 local election in Florida just was.
According to a report, in a recent court ruling, a judge overturned the results of a 2020 town council election in Florida.

The attorney for the man who eventually won the election claimed that there were illegal votes cast and fraudulent votes cast and the judge agreed. The man who won the race was awarded the win.

The race was in Eatonville, Florida.

Dec 06 11:03

Rory James Nairn: 26-Year-Old Dies 12 Days After Receiving Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, Fiancee Speaks Out

A fit and active 26-year-old man has died 12 days after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, the NZ Herald reports. Rory James Nairn had heart palpitations for several days before collapsing to the floor of his home on November 17th. His fiancee Ashleigh Wilson recently went public to speak about the ordeal.

“I watched him die and I could not get to him. We were about to leave for the hospital and he was in the toilet and I heard a thud. He had fallen, his body was blocking the door, his full weight was against it and I couldn’t get it open. I could just see him through a crack in the door, I could see that he was gone.”

Rory had received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on November 5th and started feeling ‘heart flutters’ that evening. The symptoms continued and 12 days later, he started to suffer heart palpitations and an ‘uncomfortable’ feeling in his chest.

“We put this down to stress as we were in the process of selling and buying a house and planning a wedding.

Dec 06 11:03

Canada Trying to Deny Food to Unvaccinated?

Dec 06 11:02

Must Watch: Rand Paul Tells Americans To Simply Ignore Fauci

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) went on Fox News host Sean Hannity's show Friday night and told Americans to "ignore" Dr. Anthony Fauci and "not live in fear."

"Let's not live in fear because Dr. Fauci is promulgating things that are unscientific just to scare you. If you've been vaccinated or if you've had the disease, live your life and ignore this man and let's hope he can be gone as soon as possible," he announced.

Dec 06 11:02

666 Cases of Heart Disease in 12 to 17-Year-Olds After COVID Shots – Less than 2 Cases Per Year Following All Vaccines for Past 30+ Years

The COVID-19 shots cause heart disease, mainly myocarditis and pericarditis, which is destroying the health of our young people.

This is a fact that is no longer in dispute, as even the CDC admits this, as their most recent report states:

As of November 24, 2021, VAERS has received 1,949 reports of myocarditis or pericarditis among people ages 30 and younger who received COVID-19 vaccine. Most cases have been reported after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), particularly in male adolescents and young adults. (Source.)

The only debatable points are, 1, whether or not these cases are “rare,” and 2, if the benefits of COVID-19 mass vaccination of young people outweigh the risk for heart disease.

And it is on these two points that the CDC is lying to the public, as I will conclusively prove in this article.

The second point is actually very easily debunked, by simply looking at publicly available statistics on COVID-19 deaths for this age group.

Dec 06 11:01

After a “thorough review,” NASA awards additional astronaut flights to SpaceX

NASA has announced that it will purchase three additional flights for its astronauts to the International Space Station on SpaceX's Crew Dragon vehicle.

The announcement, posted on the space agency's website late on Friday afternoon, follows a "request for information" issued by NASA in October seeking the additional transportation to keep "uninterrupted" US access to the space station.

The blog post contained the following somewhat stilted rationale for selecting SpaceX to provide these three crewed flights while not selecting the other potential provider, Boeing's Starliner spacecraft.

"After a thorough review of the near-term certified capabilities and responses from American industry, NASA’s assessment is that the SpaceX crew transportation system is the only one certified to meet NASA’s safety requirements to transport crew to the space station, and to maintain the agency’s obligation to its international partners in the needed timeframe," the agency said.

Dec 06 11:00

Russia claims Aeroflot flight from Tel Aviv to Moscow was forced to divert to avoid mid-air crash with NATO spy plane over the Black Sea amid growing tensions over troops on Ukraine border

A Russian plane with more than 140 people on board had to change course to avoid collision with a NATO spy plane, avoiding disaster by metres, according to authorities from Moscow.

Transport officials in Russia claim the plane 'descended rapidly' across the planned route of a Tel Aviv-Moscow Aeroflot service with 142 passengers on board late on Saturday over the Black Sea.

According to reports, the Airbus A330 had to lower its path by 500 metres (1,600 feet) to keep a safe distance from the CL-600 Artemis aircraft, which pilots were able to see from the cockpit.

Dec 06 11:00

When can you see the newly discovered Comet Leonard in the sky?

A dazzling green comet is set to light up the night sky in December as it passes Earth for the first time in 70,000 years.

The newly discovered Comet Leonard will likely become the brightest comet of the year following its long journey into the inner Solar System. It’s expected to be at its brightest and closest to Earth on December 12th (34.9 million km).

Catalogued as C/2021, Comet Leonard was discovered on January 3rd by Senior research specialist Greg Leonard at the Mt. Lemmon Observatory. What was initially a faint, distant speck has soon inched closer to the Sun and Earth.

The comet has a green tail due to its icy rock interior heating up the closer it gets to the sun. Once teal, it means the comet is warm and contains plenty of diatomic carbon, and the potential for it to break up is at its highest.

Dec 06 10:59

Here's How 3 Space Companies Aim to Replace the ISS

THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE Station, with its many modules, four sets of solar arrays, and numerous visitors from around the world, has been an iconic presence in the night sky since the late 1990s and a symbol of global cooperation and space science. But it can’t last forever.

In 2019, small cracks and air leaks appeared in the Russian-built Zarya module, the oldest piece of the station. Orbiting bits of space junk have threatened the spacecraft, too. As China assembles its own space station—whose core module, Tianhe, launched this April—NASA is developing plans for a successor to the aging ISS. Last week, the agency signed agreements with three US-based companies—Blue Origin, Nanoracks, and Northrop Grumman—to design space stations that would combine scientific and commercial activities.

Dec 06 10:58

Doctor Banned For Questioning Efficacy of Masks Wins High Court Case

A doctor in the UK who was banned from using social media by the General Medical Council for claiming “masks do nothing” has won his case in the High Court.

Dr. Samuel White was slapped with and 18 month ban by the GMC after he posted a video to Instagram and Twitter in June questioning the efficacy of face coverings.

In the video, White said why he could no longer tolerate working in his previous roles because of the “lies” around the NHS and the government’s response to the pandemic, which were “so vast” he could no longer “stomach” them.

White also committed the ultimate sin of remarking, “masks do nothing” to stop the spread of COVID, despite this being the consensus medical opinion at the start of the pandemic before it mysteriously switched almost overnight.

Dec 06 10:57

Democrats see Christmas goal slipping away

The goal for Democrats was to pass President Biden's sweeping climate and social spending package by Christmas, but that is slipping away as the Senate bogs down in one time-consuming fight after another.

Democratic senators are growing increasingly doubtful that Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) will be able to meet his Christmas deadline because several major disagreements are holding up the Build Back Better Act, including a fight over lifting the cap on state and local tax (SALT) deductions.

Schumer told reporters last week that his goal is to bring the $2 trillion bill to the floor the week of Dec. 13, but that timeline will be tough to meet because negotiators have a lot left to work out and Congress will also have to raise the debt ceiling by Dec. 15, which will distract attention from Biden’s agenda.

Dec 06 10:56

Texas Toughens Ban on Medication-by-Mail Abortions With Jail Time and Hefty Fine

Texas already had the most restrictive abortion laws in the U.S. — and they just got tougher. On Wednesday, a new law took effect that adds penalties of jail time and a fine of up to $10,000 for anyone who prescribes pills for medication abortions through telehealth or the mail.

Texas bans all abortions after cardiac activity can be detected in the embryo, which typically occurs about six weeks into pregnancy — often before people realize they’re pregnant. Medication abortions via telehealth or mail were already illegal in Texas, and the new criminal penalties took effect on the day the Supreme Court heard arguments in a Mississippi case that ultimately could overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 ruling that established a constitutional right to abortion.

Dec 06 10:56

Dems plot escape from Biden’s poll woes

Rep. Jared Golden is facing one of the toughest reelection battles in the country. One thing he says doesn’t keep him up at night, though, is President Joe Biden’s sinking approval rating.

“I really don't care at all. I've got my own approach to doing things,” the Maine Democrat said, adding that he handily outran Biden in Trump country. “What I know about his approval ratings right now versus my own is that I'm outpacing him by about 30 points."

Golden's nonchalance is rare.

Most Democrats are worried that Biden’s flagging polling numbers — with an approval hovering in the low 40s — will lead to a thrashing at the ballot box. With historical headwinds and a GOP-dominated redistricting process already working against them, they fear that unless Biden pulls out of his current slide, Congress will be handed to the Republicans in next year's midterms.

Dec 06 10:49

Ministers 'could use legislation to strike out judicial rulings they don't like' under reforms being pushed by Boris Johnson

Ministers could strike out judicial rulings they do not like under reforms being pushed by Boris Johnson, it was claimed today.

The government is said to be considering a system of annual legislation that would effectively overrule judicial reviews of policy.

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