I am a bit burned out and I need time to recuperate. Also, I have some other things I need to work on, including developing some other revenue…
"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws" -- Mayer Amschel Rothschild -- International Banker
The glaring association between the COVID-19 vaccines and sudden cardiac death in healthy adults (e.g., athletes) who would never die otherwise has made at least half of the public believe these unsafe injections are causing sudden adult death syndrome (SADS).
SADS emerged from a related condition, SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), which many likewise associated with vaccination. For example, there have been countless cases of a parent taking their child in for a routine vaccination, being told the infant is completely well, and then their child dying suddenly for no explicable reason later that night.
Whatever era the election of Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs in Arizona was supposed to usher in, it certainly wasn’t “unity.”
Since taking over from GOP Gov. Doug Ducey following a controversial 2022 election, Hobbs has been butting heads with the state’s Republican legislature, rejecting more bills than any Copper State governor who came before her. And in a record amount of time.
And on Friday, she vetoed several more pieces of legislation the GOP legislature sent her, including four measures Republicans said were aimed at providing more election “transparency,” bringing the total of vetoed bills to 99, according to The Epoch Times.
One measure known as Senate Bill 1135 aimed to remove Arizona from the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) and transfer voter registration to a “contracted third party.” Additionally, the bill mandated the use of blue or black pens for filling out ballots.
According to the federal government, “incidents of domestic terrorism increased by 357%” – a nearly fourfold increase – “between 2013 and 2021.”
The Government Accountability Office (GAO), an agency of the federal legislative branch, defines “domestic terrorism” as “involving criminal acts dangerous to human life occurring in the U.S. that appear intended to coerce a civilian population or influence or affect the conduct of government.”
“This kind of vague definition is a hallmark of government bureaucratic agencies,” noted CatholicVote Director of Government Affairs Tom McClusky. “What it really means is that unelected agency directors have the latitude to define essentially whomever they disagree with as a ‘domestic terrorist.’”
Back in March, the GAO’s official website posted an article on their website entitled “The Rising Threat of Domestic Terrorism in the U.S. and Federal Efforts to Combat It.”
A GOP lawmaker on Friday suggested that the Republican-led House jump-start new investigations into failed 2016 Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton after special counsel John Durham’s report cited her campaign as being responsible for the phony ‘Russian collusion’ allegations against her rival, Donald Trump.
In an interview with Fox News, Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) responded after co-anchor Sandra Smith noted that much of the mainstream media came out in defense of the FBI even after Durham’s report also pointed out that the bureau launched an investigation into Trump’s campaign over the collusion charges despite having no evidence to indicate they were valid.
“The media was in on this from the beginning, in my view. They’re the ones who were willing to launder out Hillary Clinton’s phony, made-up information about Donald Trump,” he said, adding it was “the same information that she used with her friends at the upper echelon of the FBI to start the ‘Crossfire Hurricane’ investigation.”
“So her media friends are not gonna come out now and say, ‘Oh yeah, you know what? We were wrong, and this is damning,'” Donalds continued. “They’re just gonna laugh it off, cover it for one or two days, and then ignore it. This is really dangerous for our country.”