Scalise demands FBI reopen probe into 2017 baseball shooting

Scalise demands FBI reopen probe into 2017 baseball shooting | 11 May 2021 | House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (La.) and other Republicans on the field in 2017 when a man opened fire at their practice for the congressional baseball game are asking the FBI to reopen their investigation into the shooting and reevaluate their conclusion the shooter sought "suicide by cop." The determination on the shooting, which left Scalise seriously wounded, spilled into open view when FBI Director Christopher Wray appeared before lawmakers in April, with Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) asking why the shooter's political leanings weren't weighed more heavily. "We fear that the FBI's inability or unwillingness to fully investigate this shooting as a matter of domestic extremism four years ago leaves a blind spot within the Bureau in fully assessing risks we face today," Scalise wrote in a letter alongside Wenstrup and 15 others.

Faking the science: CDC greatly exaggerated risk of coronavirus transmission outdoors, bombshell report finds

Faking the science: CDC greatly exaggerated risk of coronavirus transmission outdoors, bombshell report finds --That benchmark "seems to be a huge exaggeration," as Dr. Muge Cevik, a virologist at the University of St. Andrews, said. | 11 May 2021 | A stunning New York Times report claims that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's estimate that the risk of coronavirus transmission while outdoors is around 10% is greatly exaggerated. The CDC has cited the estimate to back up its recommendation that vaccinated individuals do away with masks in certain outdoor situations, but should keep wearing masks during others. According to the Times, the 10% benchmark is based "partly on a misclassification" of some virus transmission in Singapore at various construction sites that may have actually taken place in indoor settings... The number of cases reported at the various sites did not add up to as much as 10% of transmission, but was more like 1% or less, the report stated.

Parents are Enraged After Three Students Get Suspended From UMass-Amherst for Taking Maskless Photo Outdoors

Parents are Enraged After Three Students Get Suspended From UMass-Amherst for Taking Maskless Photo Outdoors --An anonymous coward snitched on the three girls and sent the picture to administrators | 9 May 2021 | Three UMass-Amherst students have been suspended from their university, losing credits and tuition for the semester, because they appeared in a maskless picture together while outdoors. Parents are up in arms over the double standard shown by the school, as they did nothing about sports-ball athletes engaging in recent maskless celebrations. These three students are being singled out to enforce the new culture of fear, ushered in by using COVID-19.

Liz Cheney 'Orchestrated Unprecedented' GOP Sabotage with Washington Post on January 3

Liz Cheney 'Orchestrated Unprecedented' GOP Sabotage with Washington Post on January 3 | 7 May 2021 | Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-Deep State-WY) reportedly "orchestrated unprecedented" Republican sabotage with the Washington Post against former President Donald Trump on January 3. The New Yorker published an essay Thursday in which Eric Edelman -- a "friend" of Cheney's and a former national security adviser to former Vice President Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney's father -- said Liz Cheney "was the one who generated" a hit piece on Trump in the Post, written by "ten living former Defense Secretaries, including her father [another neocon dirt-bag]." Cheney also wrote a memo with her husband and "circulated it on January 3 to the entire House Republican Conference." The memo apparently stated Trump's claims of election irregularities "set an exceptionally dangerous precedent." ...It is important to note Cheney's sabotage of Trump occurred even before January 6 and far ahead of her vote to impeach Trump on his way out of office.

Census reveals weird anomaly: millions less voted in 2020 election than official tally

Census reveals weird anomaly: millions less voted in 2020 election than official tally | 4 May 2021 | US Census data released last week called into question the official vote tally from the 2020 election. As part of the Census, the government collects data on citizens who self-report as having voted in presidential elections. The collected data shows an unusual anomaly in the reported results. According to the Census, the recorded number of people voting in 2020 was tallied at 154,628,000. On the other hand, official results place the number of actual ballots cast slightly north of 158 million. That's a discrepancy of nearly four million votes. Speaking to pollster Richard Baris during an episode of "Inside the Numbers," lawyer Robert Barnes said historically, the Census tends to "pin on the nose" the recorded vote numbers with the actual results... But for decades, in almost every case where the Census grossly botched the results, it was because the bureau over-recorded the number of those who voted.

Iraqi air base hosting US troops targeted in drone attack

Iraqi air base hosting US troops targeted in drone attack | 8 May 2021 | An Iraqi air base that hosts U.S. troops was the target of a drone attack early Saturday, though no injuries or deaths were reported. A spokesperson for the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq tweeted Saturday morning announcing the attack at Ain al-Asad air base, saying it was carried out by an "unmanned aerial surveillance system." An Iraqi military statement also confirmed the attack, according to The Associated Press.

Major US pipeline halts operations after cyberattack

Major US pipeline halts operations after cyberattack | 8 May 2021 | One of the largest pipelines in the U.S. was forced to halt some of its operations Friday after a crippling cyberattack on its energy infrastructure. Colonial Pipeline, which funnels refined gasoline and jet fuel from Texas to New York, said in a statement late Friday that it was shuttering 5,500 miles of pipeline in an attempt to contain the breach. The company has already reached out to law enforcement and tapped a third-party company to conduct an investigation into the attack, though it did not reveal who it believes is behind the breach.

California records first annual population decrease in state history

California records first annual population decrease in state history | 7 May 2021 | California's population declined last year, marking the first time the nation's largest state has registered a drop since it joined the Union in 1850. The state's Department of Finance said in a report Friday that California's population stood at 39,466,855 as of Jan. 1, down 182,083 from the prior year, a growth rate of minus 0.46 percent... Los Angeles County has lost residents for three consecutive years, including a drop of almost 1 percent last year.

Turn Over Routers or Face Subpoenas, Arizona Lawmakers Tell Maricopa County

Turn Over Routers or Face Subpoenas, Arizona Lawmakers Tell Maricopa County | 8 May 2021 | Legislators in Arizona and officials in the state's largest county clashed anew this week over election audit subpoenas, with county officials refusing to hand over routers and claiming they do not have passwords to access administrative control functions of election machines. Arizona's Senate told Maricopa County on Friday that it would issue subpoenas for live testimony from the county's Board of Supervisors unless it received the materials that are being withheld. "We've been asked to relay that the Senate views the County's explanations on the router and passwords issues as inadequate and potentially incorrect," a lawyer for the Senate said in an email to county officials.

Facebook suspended anti-lockdown London mayoral candidate David Kurten on election day

Facebook suspended anti-lockdown London mayoral candidate David Kurten on election day --Banned for 7 days. | 8 May 2021 | Facebook suspended London's mayoral candidate David Kurten on the day of election, for allegedly violating community standards [sic]. Kurten and his Heritage Party have been strong opponents of lockdown measures, and have challenged the idea of vaccine passports. On Thursday morning, the day of the mayoral and assembly elections in London, Facebook suspended Kurten for seven days. The social media network cited five posts dating back to October 2020, which "didn't follow our Community Standards."

Three people, including a 4-year-old, shot in New York's Times Square

Three people, including a 4-year-old, shot in New York's Times Square | 08 May 2021 | Three people including a four-year-old girl were shot in New York City's Times Square after gunfire broke out in a dispute that they were apparently not involved in, the city's top police official said Saturday... Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told reporters gathered at Times Square that she and the two other victims - a 23-year-old female tourist from Rhode Island and a 43-year-old woman from New Jersey - did not appear related to one another or to the shooting itself. "It appears that all three are innocent bystanders," Shea said.

Halt Covid Vaccine, Prominent Scientist Tells CDC

Halt Covid Vaccine, Prominent Scientist Tells CDC | 8 May 2021 | In a public comment to the CDC, molecular biologist and toxicologist Dr. Janci Chunn Lindsay, Ph.D., called to immediately halt Covid vaccine production and distribution. Citing fertility, blood-clotting concerns (coagulopathy), and immune escape, Dr. Lindsay explained to the committee the scientific evidence showing that the coronavirus vaccines are not safe. On April 23, 2021, the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices held a meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. The focus of this ACIP meeting was blood clotting disorders following Covid vaccines. Dr. Janci Chunn Lindsay spoke to the CDC during the time set aside for public comment. The censorship on social media in particular and the internet in general is relentless. Here is a slightly edited, annotated censorship-proof transcript of Dr. Janci Chunn Lindsay's 3-minute comment. You can listen to her testimony on YouTube here (for now, anyway).

House Republicans ask Secretary of State for documents related to Wuhan coronavirus lab

House Republicans ask Secretary of State for documents related to Wuhan coronavirus lab --Reps seek information on 'the possibility of a laboratory leak' having started the pandemic. | 8 May 2021 | Multiple Republican representatives have requested that the State Department release and declassify documents related to alleged experiments carried out by a Chinese laboratory under scrutiny for its potential role in the origin of the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic. Numerous GOP leaders of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, including Ranking Member Cathy Rodgers and Health Subcommittee Ranking Member Brett Gurthrie, asked in a letter to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken this week that the department "release unclassified documents and declassify other documents" related to the State Department's earlier claims that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was host to "secret military activity" prior to the pandemic.

Investigation finds massive wrongdoing by prosecutor in case against ex-Missouri governor

Investigation finds massive wrongdoing by prosecutor in case against ex-Missouri governor | 8 May 2021 | Missouri's chief legal disciplinary officer accused St. Louis's top prosecutor of sweeping misconduct in the failed prosecution of former Gov. Eric Greitens, saying she lied to judges in court filings and testimony, withheld exculpatory evidence from the defense, misled her own prosecution team and violated the constitutional right to a fair trial. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner, one of the early local prosecutors bankrolled by liberal megadonor George Soros since 2016, engaged in 62 acts of misconduct that resulted in 79 false representations during Greitens's now-dismissed criminal prosecution, according to Chief Disciplinary Counsel Alan Pratzel's memo obtained Wednesday by Just the News. "Probable cause exists to believe that the respondent is guilty of professional misconduct," Pratzel declared in a 73-page memo that repeatedly accused Gardner of withholding evidence of innocence and providing a false portrait to the courts, the defense and even her own prosecution team. Pratzel also accused Gardner of lying during the disciplinary proceedings, long after the case was dismissed against Greitens, a former Navy SEAL and rising Republican star who was forced to resign as governor in 2018 less than two years after he was sworn in.

U.S. Pipeline Cyberattack Forces Closure

U.S. Pipeline Cyberattack Forces Closure --Colonial Pipeline carries roughly 45% of gasoline and diesel fuel consumed on the East Coast | 8 May 2021 | The main pipeline carrying gasoline and diesel fuel to the U.S. East Coast was shut down by its operator after being hit with a cyberattack. Colonial Pipeline Co. operates the 5,500-mile Colonial Pipeline system taking fuel from the refineries of the Gulf Coast to the New York metro area. It said it learned Friday that it was the victim of the attack and "took certain systems offline to contain the threat, which has temporarily halted all pipeline operations."

Over two dozen killed in Afghanistan after bomb explodes near school

The CIA and/or its agents strike again, staging bombings so that Biden has no choice but to keep US troops in Afghanistan forever: Over two dozen killed in Afghanistan after bomb explodes near school | 8 May 2021 | More than two dozen people were killed in Afghanistan after a bomb exploded near a school in the capital city of Kabul. Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian confirmed that 25 people were killed and 52 others were wounded in the bombing at Syed Al-Shahda school, which is located in a Shiite majority in west Kabul. No group has immediately taken responsibility for the attack or explained why the school was targeted [that would be the deep state], but Shiite Muslims, who represent a minority in Afghanistan, are frequently targeted with violence in the country.

The Wokest Place on Earth

The Wokest Place on Earth --Disney mounts an internal campaign against 'white privilege' and organizes racially segregated 'affinity groups.' | 7 May 2021 | The Walt Disney Corporation famously bills its amusement parks as "the happiest place on Earth," but inside the company's headquarters in Burbank, California, a conflict is brewing. In the past year, Disney executives have elevated the ideology of critical race theory into a new corporate dogma, bombarded employees with trainings on "systemic racism," "white privilege," "white fragility," and "white saviors," and launched racially segregated "affinity groups" at the company’s headquarters. I have obtained a trove of whistleblower documents related to Disney's "diversity and inclusion" program, called "Reimagine Tomorrow," which paints a disturbing picture of the company's embrace of racial politics. Multiple Disney employees, who requested anonymity out of fear of reprisals, told me that the Reimagine Tomorrow program, though perhaps noble in intent [though definitely ignoble in intents], has become deeply politicized and engulfed parts of the company in racial conflict.

Antifa, BLM Activists Armed With Rifles Block Traffic, Assault Drivers in Portland

Antifa, BLM Activists Armed With Rifles Block Traffic, Assault Drivers in Portland | 7 May 2021 | A large group of Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters clashed with people this week during a march in Portland and at least one person was hospitalized for reasons that were not specified, police said. The confrontations between protesters and citizens happened in broad daylight on Wednesday and involved multiple people and separate cases. At least two of the incidents were captured on video, showing armed protesters getting into a conflict with two drivers who appear to attempt to drive through their march.

Florida voting law signed by DeSantis stops Mark Zuckerberg, others from bankrolling election administration

Florida voting law signed by DeSantis stops Mark Zuckerberg, others from bankrolling election administration | 6 May 2021 | For at least two Florida counties, the new voting law means losing millions in private grant money bankrolled mostly by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, and closing the spigot for more private dollars to fund election administration. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, signed the bill Thursday that includes provisions such as adding voter ID requirements to absentee voting and limiting ballot harvesting. The law also outright bans private money from being used to pay for local elections. "No agency or state or local official responsible for conducting elections, including, but not limited to, a supervisor of elections, may solicit, accept, use, or dispose of any donation in the form of money, grants, property, or personal services from an individual or a nongovernmental entity for the purpose of funding election-related expenses or voter education, voter outreach, or registration programs," the legislation read.

'Truth over Fear' COVID summit rescheduled after Big Tech censorship

'Truth over Fear' COVID summit rescheduled after Big Tech censorship --The Truth over Fear Summit is now rescheduled to take place May 7–9, highlighting the truth about COVID-19, the Great Reset, and the experimental vaccines. | 06 May 2021 | After Big Tech suddenly pulled the plug during the live conference last week, the Truth over Fear Summit is now rescheduled to take place May 7-9, highlighting the truth about COVID-19, the Great Reset, and the experimental vaccines. The conference, organized by Patrick Coffin of Restore the Culture, was originally set to take place from April 30 through May 2. However, during a live presentation by Minnesota politician Scott Jensen, who was outlining the underhand financial incentives which hospitals are presented with in listing someone as having COVID-19, the website went down. The nearly 50,000 registered viewers were left with blank screens and an error message. The site hosting platform, Kartra, which Coffin was using to host the event, reneged on the contract and left both viewers and organizers with broken internet links instead of talks.

Farmers Sue Biden Administration Over 'Racist' COVID Relief Plan

Farmers Sue Biden Administration Over 'Racist' COVID Relief Plan | 7 May 2021 A disabled white farmer has sued Joe Biden's administration over his COVID-19 loan forgiveness program, alleging he can't participate because he is white. Adam Faust, a white resident of Chilton, Calumet County in Wisconsin, is one of five Midwestern farmers who filed a lawsuit on April 6 that accuses the federal government of violating their constitutional rights, Fox 11 reported. The other plaintiffs are farmers from Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota, and Ohio who have direct loans with the Farm Service Agency or USDA-backed loans and are "otherwise eligible for the loan-forgiveness program in ARPA, except for the color of their skin," according to the lawsuit.

McCarthy confirms living arrangements with Luntz after tip to Tucker Carlson

McCarthy confirms living arrangements with Luntz after tip to Tucker Carlson | 4 May 2021 | House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) confirmed on Tuesday he rented a room from GOP [deep-state-owned] pollster Frank Luntz, news that was first reported by Fox News host Tucker Carlson the night before. Carlson had suggested on his eponymous show the night before that the Republican leader might be violating House ethics rules by "living with a lobbyist for Google." "Why do Republican officials listen more carefully to Frank Luntz than they do their own voters?" Carlson asked, saying the living arrangement would give Luntz an "outsized influence over the Republican Party's policy positions.

Radioactive material stolen from Durham, state officials say

Radioactive material stolen from Durham, state officials say | 06 May 2021 | North Carolina officials are alerting residents to be on the lookout for potentially hazardous radioactive material stolen out of a Durham construction site on Thursday. According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS), the gauge, which uses radioactive materials to test conditions of materials during construction, went missing on May 6. The gauge was being held in a "Type A" transportation container, clearly marked as containing radioactive material, when it went missing. State officials said to be on the lookout for a container is described as having a yellow plastic case with the following labels: Radiation tri-foil (Radioactive - 7); USA DOT 7A; Type A Radioactive Material; Cargo Aircraft Only.

Maricopa County Did Not Have 'Admin' Access to the 2020 Election. This Means They Ceded Ownership of Election to Their Outside System Provider

Maricopa County Did Not Have 'Admin' Access to the 2020 Election. This Means They Ceded Ownership of Election to Their Outside System Provider | 06 May 2021 | The Maricopa County Election team claims they do not have 'Admin' access to their voting machines. If this is the case, then the County did not own the election process they ceded it to their external vendor. System administrators are individuals who have access to the systems at their highest levels. They have complete and total control and can even delete or alter system logs. By allowing Dominion to have the administration access only, Maricopa County has basically turned over the system to the Dominion voting machine system people. There is no IT control here [in Maricopa County] because that's been ceded to Dominion.

Helmand Post Transferred to Afghan Army as Withdrawal Begins

Helmand Post Transferred to Afghan Army as Withdrawal Begins | 4 May 2021 | The U.S. military has transferred an installation in Helmand province to the Afghan National Army as it begins the process of withdrawing from Afghanistan. Contingency Location New Antonik has been officially handed over to the Afghans, U.S. Central Command officials said in a Tuesday release. Since Joe Biden last month announced plans to pull all remaining U.S. forces from Afghanistan no later than Sept. 11, CENTCOM said about 60 C-17 loads of material have been flown out. Another more than 1,300 pieces of equipment were turned over to the Defense Logistics Agency for destruction, CENTCOM said.

Maricopa County Admits to Withholding Routers Demanded in Senate Subpoena

Maricopa County Admits to Withholding Routers Demanded in Senate Subpoena | 5 May 2021 | Maricopa County officials have not fully complied with the State Senate's election audit subpoenas, a decision made to avoid causing a "significant security risk" to data utilized by numerous law enforcement agencies, the Maricopa County Attorney's Office said Monday. "We had previously believed that the risk would be eliminated by redacting the law enforcement data on the routers and not producing it. But we were informed that redaction did not eliminate the risk," Deputy County Attorney Joseph LaRue wrote in a letter to Senate Audit Liaison Ken Bennett... The letter from LaRue was prompted by Bennett's comments to KFYI's James T. Harris on Monday that Maricopa County officials are not in compliance with subpoenas signed by Senate President Karen Fann and Senate Judiciary Chair Warren Petersen. A judge ruled in February the legislative subpoenas are valid.

Facebook Oversight Board upholds Trump ban but calls indefinite suspension 'not appropriate'

Facebook Oversight Board upholds Trump ban but calls indefinite suspension 'not appropriate' --Decision comes after Trump rolled out a new communications platform, 'From the desk of Donald J. Trump' | 05 May 2021 Facebook's Oversight Board on Wednesday upheld former President Donald Trump's ban from Facebook and Instagram, but said it was "not appropriate" for Facebook to impose the "indeterminate and standard-less penalty of indefinite suspension." "The Board has upheld Facebook's decision on January 7, 2021, to restrict then-President Donald Trump’s access to posting content on his Facebook page and Instagram account," the board announced Wednesday morning. But the board gave Facebook six months to review the "arbitrary" indefinite ban, saying in a tweet that the company "violated its own rules."

Trump slams Facebook ban as 'total disgrace,' says Big Tech companies 'must pay a political price'

Trump slams Facebook ban as 'total disgrace,' says Big Tech companies 'must pay a political price' | 05 May 2021 | Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday slammed the Facebook Oversight Board's decision to uphold his ban from Facebook and Instagram as a "total disgrace," saying Big Tech companies "must pay a political price." The board on Wednesday upheld Trump's ban from Facebook and Instagram but said it was "not appropriate" for Facebook to impose the "indeterminate and standardless penalty of indefinite suspension." The board gave Facebook six months to review the "arbitrary" indefinite ban, saying in a tweet that the company "violated its own rules." "What Facebook, Twitter, and Google have done is a total disgrace and an embarrassment to our Country," Trump said in a statement after the decision, which he also posted to his new communications platform, "From the Desk of Donald J. Trump."

Who are the first members of Facebook's oversight board?

Who are the first members of Facebook's oversight board? | 5 May 2021 | Facebook Inc's independent oversight board, which on Wednesday upheld the company's ban on former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently consists of 20 members. Here is a list of the board members.

Trump Appears to Launch Communications Platform Months After Twitter Ban

Trump Appears to Launch Communications Platform Months After Twitter Ban | 4 May 2021 | Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday appeared to launch a new communications platform, coming several months after he was suspended from Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms. The platform appears on Trump's personal website. It includes social-media-like posts from the former president that can be shared to Facebook and Twitter. It's not clear whether the website will be developed into a full-fledged social media website.

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