Feds weigh charges against Hunter Biden, outcome of years-long case could be 'imminent' - source

Feds weigh charges against Hunter Biden, outcome of years-long case could be 'imminent' - source | 6 Oct 2022 | Federal investigators are weighing whether to charge Hunter Biden with various tax and foreign lobbying violations, false statements and more, with a former official telling Fox News that an outcome to the case could be "imminent." Fox News first reported in July that the federal investigation into Joe Biden's son had reached a "critical stage." Hunter Biden has been under federal investigation since 2018. The investigation is being conducted by Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, a prosecutor appointed by former President Donald Trump. Fox News reported in July that the federal grand jury looking into Hunter Biden's business dealings wrapped up its latest term in June and expired. A source, at the time, said no charges had been filed.

Kidnapped California family, including baby, found dead

Kidnapped California family, including baby, found dead | 6 Oct 2022 | A baby girl, her parents and uncle who were kidnapped at gunpoint from their central California business two days ago were found dead Wednesday, the sheriff of Merced County said. "Our worst fears have been confirmed," Sheriff Vern Warnke told reporters Wednesday night. About 5:30 p.m., a farmworker found the bodies close together in a Merced County orchard in an "extremely" rural and remote area, he said... Investigators were trying to discover a motive for the slayings, the sheriff said.

Louisiana divests from BlackRock over ESG policies: 'Would destroy Louisiana's economy'

Louisiana divests from BlackRock over ESG policies: 'Would destroy Louisiana's economy' --ESG standards would lead to the 'crippling of our own economy,' Louisiana Treasurer John Schroder wrote | 5 Oct 2022 | Louisiana informed mega bank BlackRock on Wednesday that it will divest from the firm's investment portfolio over its anti-fossil fuel policies. Louisiana Treasurer John Schroder penned a letter to BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, explaining the state would liquidate all BlackRock investments within three months and, over a period of time, divest nearly $800 million from the bank's money market funds, mutual funds or exchange-traded funds. The state treasurer blasted Fink's pursuit of so-called environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards that promote green energy over traditional fossil fuels. "Your blatantly anti-fossil fuel policies would destroy Louisiana's economy," Schroder wrote to Fink in the letter first obtained by FOX Business.

Living Large on Public Largesse: Five IRS Employees Busted for COVID Fraud

Living Large on Public Largesse: Five IRS Employees Busted for COVID Fraud | 5 Oct 2022 | The Paycheck Protection Program, the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program, and the CARES Act were supposed to provide relief to people affected by the COVID-19 crisis so they could make ends meet during lockdowns and quarantines. But five IRS employees discovered that they could live a little larger on those funds. The Department of Justice has announced that the five employees have been charged with wire fraud and money laundering.

Outsourced censorship: Feds used private entity to target millions of social posts in 2020

Outsourced censorship: Feds used private entity to target millions of social posts in 2020 --Biden administration gave millions in tax dollars to groups after election, records show. Election Integrity Partnership says it had 35% success rate getting tech platforms to label, remove or restrict content. | 30 Sept 2022 | A consortium of four private groups worked with the departments of Homeland Security (DHS) and State to censor massive numbers of social media posts they considered misinformation during the 2020 election, and its members then got rewarded with millions of federal dollars from the Biden administration afterwards, according to interviews and documents obtained by Just the News. The Election Integrity Partnership is back in action again for the 2022 midterm elections, raising concerns among civil libertarians that a chilling new form of public-private partnership to evade the First Amendment's prohibition of government censorship may be expanding.

Biden to fork over $625 million more from U.S. taxpayers to Ukraine; mobile rocker launchers included in aid package

Insane in the membrane: Biden to fork over $625 million more from U.S. taxpayers to Ukraine; mobile rocker launchers included in aid package | 3 Oct 2022 | The Biden regime's next security assistance package for Ukraine is expected to include four High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) launchers, munitions, mines and mine-resistant vehicles, two sources briefed on the $625 million package told Reuters on Monday. The package, expected to be announced as soon as Tuesday, is the first aid package since Russia's most recent declared annexation of Ukrainian territory reuinification of Russian areas and the second Presidential Drawdown Authority (PDA) since Ukraine made large battlefield gains in mid-September.

Multiple Massachusetts colleges extend mask mandates indefinitely

Multiple Massachusetts colleges extend mask mandates indefinitely | 4 Oct 2022 | Three Massachusetts colleges are extending their COVID-19 mask mandate -- and a fourth is putting it to a vote -- even as masking requirements are disappearing around the nation. Mount Holyoke College, Smith College and Hampshire College have all extended their mask mandates indefinitely, according to releases made in the past month. Nearby Amherst College announced recently it will be holding votes in order to determine masking policy on a classroom-by-classroom basis. "If anyone in the class, including the instructor, wants to continue with masking, then masks will be required." [Omg. A lone nut-job can force an entire classroom to suffer!]

OPEC+ ministers agree to cut production by 2M barrels per day

OPEC+ ministers agree to cut production by 2M barrels per day | 5 Oct 2022 | Ministers from Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC+) on Wednesday said they would cut oil production by 2 million barrels a day in a move that is expected to raise oil prices globally, Reuters reported. The decision comes as the White House has pushed top oil producers like Saudi Arabia -- which leads the international oil cartel -- not to make drastic cuts to oil production as gas prices remain high. While the cuts will likely negatively impact consumer wallets they are expected to spur a recovery in oil prices for producing nations like Russia, Kuwait and the UAE.

Fetterman cast lone vote in failed bid to free man convicted in first-degree murder of high schooler

Fetterman cast lone vote in failed bid to free man convicted in first-degree murder of high schooler --Fetterman's effort to commute Alexis Rodriguez's life sentence failed in December 2021 | 4 Oct 2022 | Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. and Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman last year cast the lone vote in a failed bid to free a man convicted of murdering a 17-year-old. Alexis Rodriguez is serving a life sentence in Dallas after he was one of five suspects convicted of first-degree murder in the 1989 killing of Sean Daily, a high school junior and the son of a Philadelphia police officer. Rodriguez, then 18, and the others were accused of beating Daily with a baseball bat before fatally shooting him in the back in a gang-related, revenge motivated attack.

Trump asks Supreme Court to review seized documents

Trump asks Supreme Court to review seized documents | 5 Oct 2022 | Former US President Donald Trump has called on the Supreme Court to evaluate a tranche of documents seized from his home by federal law enforcement, hoping to reverse a ruling by a lower judge which denied any independent review of the allegedly classified papers. Trump filed an emergency appeal in the nation's highest court on Tuesday, asking justices to overturn a recent decision by a federal appeals court, which insisted the documents in question are, in fact, classified and belong to the government, rather than a former commander in chief. "Any limit on the comprehensive and transparent review of materials seized in the extraordinary raid of a president’s home erodes public confidence in our system of justice," attorneys wrote in the filing, adding "the government has attempted to criminalize a document management dispute and now vehemently objects to a transparent process that provides much-needed oversight."

Supreme Court Overturns Ruling on Massachusetts Gun Law, Leaving Constitutionality in Question

Supreme Court Overturns Ruling on Massachusetts Gun Law, Leaving Constitutionality in Question | 4 Oct 2022 | The Supreme Court reversed a federal appeals court decision on Oct. 3 that upheld one of Massachusetts' tough gun laws, months after the high court expanded Second Amendment rights. The Massachusetts law in question, the constitutionality of which is now in doubt, imposed a lifetime ban on purchasing handguns--but not possessing them--on anyone convicted of a nonviolent misdemeanor that involved the possession or use of guns. The high court remanded the case, Morin v. Lyver (court file 21-1160), to the U.S Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit "for further consideration in light of" the Supreme Court's landmark June 23 decision in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen. Massachusetts was previously added to Morin v. Lyver as an intervenor to defend the constitutionality of the state law.

CDC V-safe Data: Hundreds of Thousands of Americans Sought Medical Care After COVID Vaccination

CDC V-safe Data: Hundreds of Thousands of Americans Sought Medical Care After COVID Vaccination | 4 Oct 2022 | Hundreds of thousands of Americans sought medical care after getting a COVID-19 vaccine, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data released on Oct. 3. Some 782,900 people reported seeking medical attention, emergency room care and/or hospitalization following COVID-19 vaccination. Another 2.5 million people reported needing to miss school, work or other normal activities as a result of a health event after getting a COVID-19 vaccine. The reports were made to the CDC’s V-safe program, a new vaccine safety monitoring system to which users can report issues through smartphones. The CDC released the data to the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) after being sued over not producing the data when asked by the nonprofit.

EU sounds alarm over dangerous infection

EU sounds alarm over dangerous infection --Health watchdog detected an 'unprecedented' surge in a highly pathogenic influenza in wild and domestic birds | 4 Oct 2022 | EU nations are experiencing the largest detected epidemic of avian influenza (HPAI), a more dangerous variant of bird flu, a watchdog has warned on Monday. The statement by the EU's Food Safety Agency (EFSA) drew the public's attention to a paper on influenza, which was published by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). The scientists reported "an unprecedentedly high level of HPAI virus detections in wild birds between June and August 2022." The EU body called the geographic spread of the infection during the ongoing epidemiological season "unprecedented" in scale.

USDA Now Asking People to Register Their Vegetable Gardens for National Database

This is the Great Reset: USDA Now Asking People to Register Their Vegetable Gardens for National Database | 4 Oct 2022 | In a move that has many folks scratching their heads, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has renewed its push for the People's Garden Initiative which now includes registering vegetable gardens nationwide. According to the USDA, the move is to foster a "more diverse and resilient local food system to empower communities to address issues like nutrition access and climate change." But those who have been following the USDA closely for years know that they couldn't care less about your health and nutrition. To register your garden with the USDA, one must meet several easily obtainable standards. "School gardens, community gardens, urban farms, and small-scale agriculture projects in rural, suburban and urban areas can be recognized as a 'People's Garden' if they register on the USDA website and meet criteria including benefitting the community, working collaboratively, incorporating conservation practices and educating the public."

Major Medical Organizations Demand DOJ Prosecute People Who Share 'Misleading' Information Online

Major Medical Organizations Demand DOJ Prosecute People Who Share 'Misleading' Information Online | 3 Oct 2022 | The American Medical Association (AMA) sent Attorney General Merrick Garland a letter Monday calling on him to "investigate the organizations, individuals, and entities coordinating, provoking, and carrying out bomb threats and threats of personal violence against children's hospitals and physicians across the U.S." "The attacks are rooted in an intentional campaign of disinformation, where a few high-profile users on social media share false and misleading information targeting individual physicians and hospitals, resulting in a rapid escalation of threats, harassment, and disruption of care [sic - mutilations] across multiple jurisdictions," the AMA, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Children's Hospital Association (CHA) said in the letter... The AMA, AAP and CHA also called on TikTok, Twitter and Meta to use "safety and hateful conduct policies" to prevent "coordinated campaigns of disinformation."

Girls' Volleyball Team Booted From Their Own Locker Room After Complaining About Trans Student

Girls' Volleyball Team Booted From Their Own Locker Room After Complaining About Trans Student | 2 Oct 2022 | A girls' volleyball team has been booted from their own locker room after complaining about a transgender student - i.e., a boy – being allowed to use it. And, if that weren't shocking enough, the school now says they're investigating allegations that the girls harassed the trans student by voicing their issues. According to this, Randolph High School in Randolph, Vermont has temporarily barred its entire girl's volleyball team from using the school's female locker room after some of the girls complained about a teammate, who's a biological male, being allowed in the space where they change and shower. The girls who complained said it all started when the male student made an "inappropriate comment," leaving some of them feeling uncomfortable with his being in the same locker room.

Four Female Track Athletes Who Lost to Biological Men in HS Sue Connecticut Over Transgender Policy

Four Female Track Athletes Who Lost to Biological Men in HS Sue Connecticut Over Transgender Policy | 3 Oct 2022 | Four female track athletes are renewing their suit against the state of Connecticut for allowing transgendered females to compete in women's sports. Selina Soule, one of the four athletes in the middle of the lawsuit, suffered the consequences of the transgender ideology first-hand as a track athlete at Glastonbury High School in Connecticut. During the Connecticut Indoor Track & Field State Championships in 2019, Soule was one place away from qualifying for the New England Regional Championships in the 55-meter dash. However, the first and second-place spots were taken by biological men... Since 2017, Connecticut's Department of Education has protected transgenders from discrimination, arguing that Title IX protects them from any such scrutiny. But the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), which is representing the four girls on the case, said that Connecticut's policy violates Title IX, and the case is being heard before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern condemned for comparing free speech to 'weapons of war' at UN

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern condemned for comparing free speech to 'weapons of war' at UN | 29 Sept 2022 | New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was blasted for comparing free speech online to "weapons of war" in a recent speech to the U.N. that critics called "authoritarian." At the U.N. General Assembly on Friday, Ardern announced a new initiative "to help improve research and understanding of how a person's online experiences are curated by automated processes..." Ardern then suggested that online speech is a weapon often used by those with evil intent. "But we have an opportunity here to ensure that these particular weapons of war do not become an established part of warfare. In these times, I am acutely aware of how easy it is to feel disheartened. We are facing many battles on many fronts," she said. Footage of the New Zealand prime minister’s speech went viral on Wednesday, with many commentators condemning her remarks. Independent journalist and The Intercept co-founder Glenn Greenwald called out Ardern on Twitter. "This is the face of authoritarianism... And it's the mindset of tyrants everywhere," Greenwald wrote. "This is someone so inebriated by her sense of righteousness and superiority that she views dissent as an evil too dangerous to allow."

Major Scientific Publisher Retracts More Than 500 Papers

Major Scientific Publisher Retracts More Than 500 Papers --The papers have all been published since August 2020. | 3 Oct 2022 | One of the world's largest open-access journal publishers is retracting more than 500 papers, based on the discovery of unethical actions. London-based Hindawi, which publishes more than 200 peer-reviewed journals across multiple disciplines, stated that its research team identified in June "irregularities" in the peer review process in some of the journals. "...Following thorough investigation, we identified that these irregularities in the peer review process were the result of suspicious and unethical activities. Since identifying this unethical activity and breach of our processes, we began proactively adding further checks and improving our processes and continue to do so," Liz Ferguson, a senior vice president for John Wiley & Sons, Hindawi's U.S.-based parent company, said in a Sept. 28 statement. As a result of the investigation, 511 papers will be retracted.

Doctors Speak Out Against 'Medical Totalitarianism' as Newsom Signs Bill That Punishes Doctors for COVID 'Misinformation'

Doctors Speak Out Against 'Medical Totalitarianism' as Newsom Signs Bill That Punishes Doctors for COVID 'Misinformation' | 3 Oct 2022 | California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill that subjects the state's doctors to discipline, including the suspension of their medical licenses, for sharing "misinformation" or "disinformation" about COVID-19 with their patients. California Assembly Bill 2098 (AB 2098) defines "misinformation" as "false information that is contradicted by contemporary scientific consensus contrary to the standard of care" and "disinformation" as "misinformation that the licensee deliberately disseminated with malicious intent or an intent to mislead." Newsom said the law applies only to physicians' speech with patients during discussions directly related to COVID-19 treatment. Language in the bill points out that the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) has warned that physicians who spread misinformation or disinformation "risk losing their medical license, and...have a duty to provide their patients with accurate, science-based information." The FSMB, as previously reported by The Defender, takes money from Big Pharma and has a history of challenging and attacking non-pharmaceutical medical approaches used by integrative doctors as falling outside the "standard of care" as they define it.

Christmas turkeys are at risk - UK farmers

This is the Great Reset: Christmas turkeys are at risk - UK farmers --Britain has been fighting its largest ever outbreak of bird flu, and cases continue to rise | 2 Oct 2022 | The largest outbreak of bird flu in UK history might affect the supply of turkeys and could jeopardize traditional Christmas celebrations, the National Farmers' Union (NFU) has said. The warning came as the government has reported more than 150 cases of the disease across the country in less than a year. In an interview with Sky News, James Mottershead, chairman of the NFU Poultry Board, claimed that if avian influenza gets into turkeys, it could cause "holy carnage." "That could cause real supply chain issues in the run-up to Christmas time," Mottershead said. He explained that if a farm is designated as an infected premise, it can be "out of production" for up to a year.

Fauci Received Israel's Dan David Prize in 2021 - the Same Prize Funds Used By Klaus Schwab to Launch WEF's Young Global Leaders Program

Fauci Received Israel's Dan David Prize in 2021 - the Same Prize Funds Used By Klaus Schwab to Launch WEF's Young Global Leaders Program By Lori Price | 2 Oct 2022 | As RT reported Sunday: "U.S. chief medical officer Anthony Fauci's net worth surged to $12.6 million in 2021, nearly twice the $7.6 million it had been in 2019, watchdog group OpenTheBooks revealed on Friday, citing financial disclosures it obtained from Fauci's employer, the National Institutes of Health." That is a shocker in itself, but also the OpenTheBooks spreadsheet included this nugget. Under Anthony Fauci's 2021 Gifts and Reimbursements category, his disclosure notes: "I received the Dan David Prize for public health from the Tel Aviv University on May 9, 2021." The declared prize total was $901,400.00. Interestingly, World Economic Forum (WEF) Founder Klaus Schwab used Dan David Prize money -- $1 million -- in 2004 to launch the inaugural 237-member class of WEF's Young Global Leaders (YGLs) in 2005. [YGL history gleaned from CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald's forthcoming book: The Great Reset and the Struggle for Liberty.]

U.S. helicopters circled over Nord Stream for weeks

U.S. helicopters circled over Nord Stream for weeks | 1 Oct 2022 | The Arabic news channel Al Mayadeen reported that weeks before the attack, U.S. helicopters were circling over the sea area where the explosions took place on September 26 with a striking frequency. This can be reconstructed using the flight data from the online service "Flightradar24." According to this, at the beginning of September, just under a month before the attack, U.S. Navy Sikorsky MH-60R "Seahawk" helicopter was circling for hours on several consecutive days - especially on September 1, 2 and 3 later over the area of the damaged natural gas pipelines, not far from the island of Bornholm. According to the aircraft tracking portal, the U.S. helicopter flew from Gdansk to the area where the Nordstream pipelines were several times.

Pennsylvania Counties Can Help Voters 'Fix Defects' With Mail-In Ballots - Judge

Pennsylvania Counties Can Help Voters 'Fix Defects' With Mail-In Ballots - Judge | 2 Oct 2022 | Pennsylvania counties can help voters "cure" mail-in ballots to fix defects, a judge in the state has ruled, rejecting an attempt to block counties from doing so in the upcoming midterm election. The Republican National Committee (RNC) and other parties, which filed a petition over the matter on Sept. 1, "have not proven that there is a clear violation of the Election Code or the law interpreting the Election Code," Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Judge Ellen Ceisler ruled on Sept. 29. The petition pointed to a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling in 2020 that found that the state election code enables voters to vote by mail but "does not provide for the 'notice and opportunity to cure' procedure" that was sought by Democrats. The task of setting rules on fixing ballots "is one best suited for the Legislature," according to Ceisler.

Judge Throws Out Lawsuit by Stacey Abrams's PAC Over 2018 Georgia Governor's Election

Judge Throws Out Lawsuit by Stacey Abrams's PAC Over 2018 Georgia Governor's Election | 1 Oct 2022 | A federal judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit filed by Stacey Abrams challenging Georgia's election system after she lost the 2018 gubernatorial race to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. The lawsuit, which sought to change how the state administers elections, was filed around four years ago by Fair Fight Georgia, a political action committee established by Abrams after her election defeat. Earlier this year, the judge pared down the lawsuit by dismissing many of its original complaints. Abrams alleged "misconduct, fraud or irregularities" in the voting process. She took legal action to stop counties from throwing out some rejected provisional and absentee ballots when updated vote totals affirmed Kemp was the likely winner. When she eventually conceded on Nov. 16, 2018, Abrams vowed to take legal action to continue fighting the outcome.

Border officials count 599,000 'gotaway' migrants in Fiscal Year 2022 - source

Border officials count 599,000 'gotaway' migrants in Fiscal Year 2022 - source --Number of 'gotaways,' migrants observed by not apprehended, is up from 389,155 in FY2021 and just 60,000 in FY2020 | 2 Oct 2022 | U.S. officials are aware of at least 599,000 migrants who crossed the southern border and evaded authorities in Fiscal Year 2022, a Customs and Border Protection source told Fox News. That amounts to an average of roughly 50,000 "gotaways" every month and more than 1,500 per day. These numbers represent those migrants have been observed on cameras or detected via sensors, footprints or other means, but were never apprehended because of a lack of manpower. The number of gotaways in FY2022 – which spans from Oct. 1, 2021 to Sept. 30, 2022 – is up drastically from the year before. In April, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas told the House Judiciary Committee that there were 389,155 gotaways at the border in FY2021.

Putin introduces bills on accession of new Russian regions to Parliamen

Putin introduces bills on accession of new Russian regions to Parliament --Lawmakers are expected to vote on the documents on Monday | 2 Oct 2022 | President Vladimir Putin forwarded, on Sunday, treaties on the accession to Russia of four formerly Ukrainian regions to the State Duma for ratification. Voters in Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, and the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, overwhelmingly chose to join Russia in referendums, last week. Earlier in the day, the four documents were approved by the Russian Constitutional Court. They must now be passed by both chambers of the Russian parliament, the State Duma and the Federation Council. Lawmakers are expected to vote on the treaties on Monday. Putin has also provided Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his deputy Evgeny Ivanov with special powers for the period of accession of the new territories.

Navy lied about fuel-laced water on US aircraft carrier - media

Navy lied about fuel-laced water on US aircraft carrier - media --A whistleblower has alleged that crew members of the USS Nimitz were led to drink contaminated water and denied medical help | 2 Oct 2022 | A US Navy whistleblower has reportedly accused his superiors on the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier of lying to crew members about the severity of a fuel leak into their drinking water and denying them medical treatment when they were sickened by the contaminated fluid. "We were exposed to an unhealthy amount of JP-5," a sailor on the carrier told Business Insider, referring to a common type of kerosene-based jet fuel. The media outlet, which posted its article on Saturday, said it didn't identify the sailor out of concern that he might face retribution from the Navy for speaking out.

Here's a Full List of Congressional Republicans Funded by Bill Gates

Here's a Full List of Congressional Republicans Funded by Bill Gates | 30 Sept 2022 | Most Republicans feel that the party is in a much better position [for a 2022 takeover of Congress] after ousting RINOs like Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger. Cheney, for instance, was the number three Republican in the House of Representatives. She served in the position of Conference Chair. She was replaced in 2021 by New York Republican Representative Elise Stefanik. Stefanik had the backing of many within the "MAGA" movement... Upon investigation of published federal campaign finance data, Launch Liberty has discovered that Stefanik has taken a lot of money from Billionaire William Henry Gates III, better known as Bill Gates.

CDC: 222 People at the Grand Canyon Got Sick With 'Explosive' Symptom

CDC: 222 People at the Grand Canyon Got Sick With 'Explosive' Symptoms | 30 Sept 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that a possible norovirus outbreak sickened at least 222 people who visited Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona. "At least 222 rafters and backpackers became infected, probably with norovirus," said the agency in a recent update. "Strong partnerships with river outfitters and National Park staff members enabled implementation of prevention and control measures." Between April 1 and June 17, tourists reported being sick during or after their trips to the Grand Canyon, the CDC said.

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