Former Obama Official Demands 'No-Fly List for Unvaccinated Adults'

Former Obama Official Demands 'No-Fly List for Unvaccinated Adults' | 4 Aug 2021 Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security under President Obama Juliette Kayyem called Tuesday for the Biden administration to restrict the unvaccinated from flying by placing them on a no-fly list. Kayyem claimed in the Atlantic that "a no-fly list for unvaccinated adults is an obvious step that the federal government should take" due to TSA PreCheck, which "divide[s] passengers into categories according to how much of a threat the government thinks they pose." At the time of publication, the headline for the piece echoed this line, stating bluntly: "Unvaccinated People Belong on the No-Fly List." The headline has since been changed to a more ambiguous sentence: "Unvaccinated People Need to Bear the Burden."

Albany DA says Cuomo criminal probe open, asks victims to get in touch

Albany DA says Cuomo criminal probe open, asks victims to get in touch | 3 Aug 2021 | Albany County District Attorney David Soares confirmed Tuesday that his office is opening a criminal investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo after a report released by state Attorney General Letitia James's office found that Cuomo sexually harassed 11 women in violation of state and federal law. "We are conducting our own separate investigation," Soares told "NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt." Independent investigators found that the three-term Democrat had engaged in “unwanted groping, kissing, hugging and making inappropriate comments,” toward former and current state employees. Cuomo has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and did so again Tuesday -- defying calls to resign by statelocal and federal officials from Joe Biden on down.

Biden finally says Cuomo should resign hours after blistering harassment report

Biden finally says Cuomo should resign hours after blistering harassment report | 3 Aug 2021 | Joe Biden on Tuesday called on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign after an official report found that he sexually harassed 11 women. "I think he should resign," Biden said of his longtime Democratic ally. Biden spoke hours after Cuomo proclaimed his innocence and issued a counter-report with photos of Biden and other elected officials hugging women. Biden himself has faced allegations of making women [and children] feel uncomfortable with unwanted touching and he has denied a sexual assault allegation from former Senate aide Tara Reade. Biden did not weigh in on whether the New York state Legislature should impeach Cuomo -- or if the governor should face criminal charges.

Scientific Journal Paper Suggests Making it a 'Federal Hate Crime' to Criticize Fauci

Scientific Journal Paper Suggests Making it a 'Federal Hate Crime' to Criticize Fauci | 3 Aug 2021 | A scientific journal article authored by Professor Peter Hotez, a frequent guest on corporate media networks, called to "extend federal hate-crime protections" for scientists facing criticism from alleged "far-right extremists," including National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci. Dr. Hotez, who himself has been funded by Anthony Fauci's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1993, offered the robust defense of scientists including Fauci and EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak in a recent paper: "Mounting Antiscience Aggression in the United States." "There is a troubling new expansion of antiscience aggression in the United States. It's arising from far-right extremism," the paper, published in the peer-reviewed Public Library of Science (PLOS) Biology journal, begins.

NYC mandates proof of vaccination for many indoor settings

NYC mandates proof of vaccination for many indoor settings | 3 Aug 2021 | New York City is mandating proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter certain indoor businesses -- including all indoor restaurants, entertainment venues and gyms, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday. The program, which de Blasio dubbed the "Key to NYC Pass," makes New York the first major US city to create such a mandate, and marks a significant escalation. The initiative will launch on Aug. 16, the mayor said. "It will require vaccination for workers and customers in indoor dining, in indoor fitness facilities, indoor entertainment facilities," he said from City Hall. "The only way to patronize these businesses indoors is if you're vaccinated." "If you want to participate in society fully, you've got to get vaccinated," de Blasio added.

More than half of Covid hospitalisations are 'patients who tested positive AFTER admission', leaked data reveals

More than half of Covid hospitalisations are 'patients who tested positive AFTER admission', leaked data reveals | 27 July 2021 | More than half of covid hospitalisations are patients who tested positive after they were admitted, it has been reported. Leaked data suggests the majority of patients classed as being hospitalised with Covid-19 were initially admitted for different ailments. Figures show patients were eventually diagnosed with Covid through routine testing that is required for everyone admitted to the hospital. The data, covering all NHS trusts in England, suggests that as of last Thursday, just 44 per cent of Covid patients had tested positive by the time they were admitted, the Telegraph reports. The majority of cases were not detected until the standard Covid tests were carried out. Fifty six per cent of Covid hospitalisations fell into this category, the data suggests.

New FBI Initiative Will Put 'Hate Crime' Quotas on Local Law Enforcement

New FBI Initiative Will Put 'Hate Crime' Quotas on Local Law Enforcement | 29 July 2021 | The Department of Justice and the FBI have a message for local police departments: start charging more white people with hate crimes or invite an investigation. Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta told an assembly of FBI agents yesterday that they are now tasked with hounding police departments in their district if they do not register any "hate crimes." Gupta and FBI Deputy Assistant Director of the Criminal Investigative Division Jay Greenberg have declared "hate crimes" by "racially motivated violent extremists" (a euphemism generally reserved for right-wing white men) to be a national threat priority -- a rare designation.

Fourth police officer who responded to Capitol riot dies of 'suicide'

Fourth police officer who responded to Capitol riot dies of 'suicide' | 2 Aug 2021 | A Washington, DC police officer who responded to the deadly riot at the US Capitol on Jan. 6 took his own life last month, making him the fourth law enforcement officer who took part in the events of that day to [allegedly] die by his own hand. Officer Kyle DeFreytag helped enforce the curfew put in place after hundreds of supporters of then-President Donald Trump breached the Capitol building in an effort to disrupt the certification of the 2020 election results, The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) told WUSA. DeFreytag died on July 10. He was described as a Pennsylvania native and a five-year veteran of the DC force.

Two American travelers to Canada fined $16,000 each for fake vaccine docs

Two American travelers to Canada fined $16,000 each for fake vaccine docs | 2 Aug 2021 | Canadian officials have charged two American travelers and fined them 20,000 Canadian dollars each -- around $16,000 USD -- for providing fake COVID-19 vaccination documents. The unnamed travelers arrived from the US in Canada the week of July 18. Officials from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) fined each traveler four times for a total of 19,720 CAD per traveler. The fake documents consisted of proof of vaccinations and pre-departure tests; officials also cited the pair for "non-compliance" with government requirements for accommodation and on-arrival testing, according to a PHAC press release.

Border Patrol not testing migrants for COVID before they're released across US

Border Patrol not testing migrants for COVID before they're released across US | 2 Aug 2021 | Migrants who illegally come across the U.S.-Mexico border and are apprehended by Border Patrol are not being tested for the coronavirus before being released from custody and allowed to travel across the United States, the Washington Examiner has learned. "They aren't tested at encounter. [Unaccompanied children] and family units are moved out of custody quickly. If they are infected and do not have obvious symptoms, they are sent out," a senior Customs and Border Protection official told the Washington Examineron Monday. The official is not a union member and spoke on the condition of anonymity. Migrant families and children are "only tested once we turn them over or unless symptomatic," the official added. Chris Cabrera, National Border Patrol Council spokesman, said in an email Monday that the "majority of people in Border Patrol custody are not tested."

Shocking footage shows thousands of migrants huddled under Texas overpass

Shocking footage shows thousands of migrants huddled under Texas overpass | 2 Aug 2021 | New video shows ​nearly a thousand illegal immigrants being held by border patrol agents under a bridge near the southern border in Texas -- with a top Republican calling it an "absolute catastrophe," as the Biden administration continues to take heat for the escalating migrant crisis. "An absolute catastrophe from Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and House & Senate Democrats. #BidenBorderCrisis," GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) wrote on Twitter Sunday, linking to the footage posted by Bill Melugin of Fox News in Los Angeles. "NEW: This is the largest group of migrants we've ever seen being held by Border Patrol under Anzalduas Bridge in Mission, TX. Looks like it could be up to 1,000 people. We can only get a look at the area with our drone. There's a popular Rio Grande crossing area nearby," Melugin posted along with drone footage of the incident.

Fully vaccinated GOP senator gets COVID-19

Fully vaccinated GOP senator gets COVID-19 | 2 Aug 2021 | Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., announced Monday that, despite being vaccinated for COVID-19, he has tested positive for the virus. In a statement, Graham said his test results were confirmed by the House physician. "I am very glad I was vaccinated because without vaccination I am certain I would not feel as well as I do now," he said. Graham, who was vaccinated in December, has long been a proponent of vaccination, saying during a visit this spring to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston

Disney requires COVID vaccine for salaried and non-union hourly employees in US

Disney requires COVID vaccine for salaried and non-union hourly employees in US | 2 Aug 2021 | Disney is joining the scores of major companies requiring its employees to be fully vaccinated. The Mouse House said it will require all salaried and non-union hourly workers in the US to be vaccinated. Additionally, all new employees must be fully vaccinated if they want to work at Disney. Employees who have not gotten the jab but are working on site will have 60 days to "complete their protocols and any employees still working from home will need to provide verification of vaccination prior to their return, with certain limited exceptions," the company said.

Third Police Officer Who Responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Has Died of 'Suicide,' Metro Police Report

Third Police Officer Who Responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Has Died of 'Suicide,' Metro Police Report | 2 Aug 2021 | A third police officer who responded to the January 6th Capitol Riot has died from an apparent suicide, Metro Police reported. The officer's death was reported to the Guardian's Hugo Lowell on Monday. "New: DC Metro Police say a third officer who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack has died by suicide," Lowell tweeted. Metro Police also provided a name, MPD Officer Gunther Hashida.

'Greatest coverup of all time': GOP probe concludes COVID leaked from Wuhan lab

'Greatest coverup of all time': GOP probe concludes COVID leaked from Wuhan lab | 2 Aug 2021 | COVID-19 leaked from the controversial Wuhan lab sometime before Sept. 12, 2019 -- with China's Communist Party keeping the deadly virus under wraps in the "greatest coverup of all time," according to a damning Republican investigation into the origins released Monday. The report showed "a preponderance of the evidence proves that all roads lead" to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the bat-research lab already eyed as a source for the pandemic, according to Rep. Michael McCaul (TX-10). "It is our belief the virus leaked sometime in late August or early September 2019," said McCaul, the lead Republican in the House Foreign Affairs Committee. "When they realized what happened, Chinese Communist Party officials and scientists at the WIV began frantically covering up the leak, including taking their virus database offline in the middle of the night and requesting more than $1 million for additional security," McCaul said.

Mayhem on streets of Berlin: Anti-lockdown protests turn into violent scuffles with police in Germany, 600 arrested

Mayhem on streets of Berlin: Anti-lockdown protests turn into violent scuffles with police in Germany, 600 arrested --Officers were seen brutally grabbing some protesters and throwing them to the ground. | 1 Aug 2021 | Berlin witnessed chaotic scenes and violent brawls on Sunday as riot police sought to forcefully disperse anti-lockdown [and anti-vaccine] rallies that had been banned by authorities, after thousands took to the streets of the German capital. Coronavirus skeptics once again gathered in the center of the German capital, despite the fact that the German authorities had banned as many as 16 protests by opponents of Covid-19 restrictions. Some 5,000 people on Sunday joined several "spontaneous" demonstrations in various parts of the city, according to police estimates. Earlier, the organizers of just one such demonstration, which was eventually banned, said that it might be attended by as many as 22,000 people. (Videos)

Sky News Australia Suspended by YouTube Over 'COVID-19 Misinformation'

Sky News Australia Suspended by YouTube Over 'COVID-19 Misinformation' --Sky News mentioned ivermection, and Big Pharma can't have people curing COVID for eleven cents a pill | 1 Aug 2021 | YouTube has temporarily suspended Sky News Australia from posting on its video platform, issuing a first strike to the popular conservative news channel over "COVID-19 misinformation," according to a statement. The tech giant said its decision to issue a strike was based on local and global health authority guidance, which Sky News Australia challenged as being constantly “subject to change” alongside updates to guidance from the various authorities. Sky News Australia said the suspension was over "old videos" posted on its channel. The strike means that Sky News Australia is suspended for a week from uploading content to its 1.85 million subscribers on its YouTube account. "Specifically, we don't allow content that denies the existence of COVID-19 or that encourages people to use hydroxychloroquine or ivermectin to treat or prevent the virus [because it actually works]," YouTube['s totalitarians] said in an early version of its statement that was sent to local media.

Pennsylvania Senator Prepares to Issue Subpoenas After Three Counties Reject Audit Requests

Pennsylvania Senator Prepares to Issue Subpoenas After Three Counties Reject Audit Requests | 31 July 2021 | A Pennsylvania senator is preparing to ask a panel he chairs for the authority to issue subpoenas to compel counties to cooperate with his effort to investigate the 2020 election. "We're eagerly awaiting my committee coming together when I can get a quorum, get everyone’s calendars matched up--it is summertime. As soon as I get a quorum, we will have a meeting, we will vote on subpoenas, and let the fun begin," Pennsylvania Sen. Doug Mastriano, a Republican who chairs the state Senate's Intergovernmental Operations Committee, said on One America News this week. Mastriano initiated a forensic probe of the 2020 and 2021 elections in early July by sending requests for materials like ballots and asking for access to machines, to Tioga, York, and Philadelphia counties. But officials in all three counties are refusing to comply voluntarily, setting up the need for subpoenas. Mastriano set a deadline of July 31 in his letters to the counties.

US Military Back to Face Masks, Moves to Mandatory Vaccination

US Military Back to Face Masks, Moves to Mandatory Vaccination | 30 July 2021 | The United States Department of Defense (DoD), through the initiative of Joe Biden, is moving towards implementing mandatory vaccinations within the military and has returned to the wearing of face masks. The DoD on Thursday ordered all employees deployed in areas with high risks of COVID-19 transmission to start wearing face masks again. "In accordance with the guidance the President issued today, all military and civilian DoD personnel will be asked to attest to their vaccination status," Jamal Brown, Deputy Pentagon Press Secretary on COVID-19 Vaccinations, said in a statement. However, those who cannot comply must adhere to minimum safety standards and regular testing.

Australia sends in army to enforce Sydney lockdown

Australia sends in army to enforce Sydney lockdown | 30 July 2021 | Australia has deployed hundreds of soldiers to Sydney to help enforce an extended Covid lockdown. A Delta outbreak which began in June has produced nearly 3,000 infections and led to nine deaths. Many have questioned whether the military intervention is necessary, calling it heavy-handed...Australian Defence Force soldiers will join police in virus hotspots to ensure people are following the rules, which include a 10km (6.2 miles) travel limit.

China shuts down reactor at nuclear plant for maintenance over damaged fuel rods, says situation 'completely under control'

China shuts down reactor at nuclear plant for maintenance over damaged fuel rods, says situation 'completely under control' | 30 July 2021 | The Chinese operator of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant has said it will shut down one of its reactors over damaged fuel rods, adding that there is no cause for concern over safety. On Friday, China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) released a statement reiterating that everything was "completely under control" and that they had decided to shut down a reactor at the facility for maintenance. The statement notes that a small [!] amount of damage occurred with the fuel rods at reactor unit one, but it was still within the allowable range [?] and could continue to operate stably. The maintenance operation at the Guangdong-based plant will focus on finding the cause of the fuel rod damage and replacing the units in question.

Defence Force called in to help with Sydney COVID-19 lockdown enforcement

Defence Force called in to help with Sydney COVID-19 lockdown enforcement | 29 July 2021 | The Australian Defence Force will assist with enforcement of Sydney's lockdown following a formal request to Prime Minister Scott Morrison from NSW Police. While NSW has previously declined an offer for military assistance with the operation to enforce COVID-19 public health orders, police said an escalation of efforts over the coming days justified the request. NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller made the formal request to the federal government for 300 Defence Force personnel, police said in a statement.

Government 'looking into' potential COVID-19 vaccine mandate - CDC director

Government 'looking into' potential COVID-19 vaccine mandate - CDC director | 30 July 2021 | CDC Director Rochelle Walensky was pressed Friday as to whether she supports or foresees a federal vaccine mandate, as the Biden regime publicly laments continued vaccine hesitancy in parts of the country. Walensky told "Special Report" anchor Bret Baier that she and Joe Biden are "looking into" whether or not to establish a mandate. "Are you for mandating a vaccine on a federal level?" Baier asked. "That's something that I think the administration is looking into. It's something that I think we are looking to see approval of from the vaccine," Walensky replied.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signs order banning COVID vaccine, mask mandates

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signs order banning COVID vaccine, mask mandates | 30 July 2021 | Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday signed an executive order prohibiting mask mandates or COVID-19 vaccine requirements from government agencies and municipalities statewide. Abbott issued the order Thursday, two days after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended indoor mask mandates, regardless of vaccination status, in places with at least 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people over the previous seven days. "To further ensure that no governmental entity can mandate masks, the following requirement shall continue to apply: No governmental entity, including a county, city, school district, and public health authority, and no governmental official may require any person to wear a face-covering or to mandate that other person wear a covering," the executive order read.

74% of people infected in Massachusetts Covid outbreak were fully vaccinated - CDC study

74% of people infected in Massachusetts Covid outbreak were fully vaccinated - CDC study --About three-fourths of people infected in a Massachusetts Covid-19 outbreak were fully vaccinated, according to new data published Friday by the CDC. --The new data, published in the U.S. agency’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, also found that fully vaccinated people who get infected carry as much of the virus in their nose as unvaccinated people. | 30 July 2021 | About three-fourths of people infected in a Massachusetts Covid-19 outbreak were fully vaccinated against the coronavirus with four of them ending up in the hospital, according to new data published Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The new data, published in the U.S. agency’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, also found that fully vaccinated people who get infected carry as much of the virus in their nose as unvaccinated people, and could spread it to other individuals. While the delta variant continues to hit unvaccinated people the hardest, some vaccinated people could be carrying higher levels of the virus than previously understood and are potentially transmitting it to others, Walensky told reporters on a call Tuesday.

Israel: 56% of current serious COVID cases occur among fully vaccinated individuals

Israel: 56% of current serious COVID cases occur among fully vaccinated individuals | 6 July 2021 | Eran Segal, a COVID expert and one of the top government advisers to the coronavirus cabinet, says that Israel should not reinstate major restrictions at this point. "Changes should only be made if serious cases rise," Segal says on Channel 12 News, "because of the widespread vaccines, which are still effective, and because we've vaccinated more than 90% of people at risk." He also reveals that while 56% of current serious COVID cases occur among fully-vaccinated individuals, the vaccine nevertheless remains the best possible protection against the disease.

Delta variant vaccine breakthrough cases may be as transmissible as unvaccinated cases - CDC report

Delta variant vaccine breakthrough cases may be as transmissible as unvaccinated cases - CDC report | 30 July 2021 | The Delta COVID-19 variant appears to spread as easily as chickenpox, possibly even among the vaccinated -- which made it time to "acknowledge the war has changed" and alter mask recommendations, according to a report of internal federal documents. An internal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention presentation, largely based on unpublished research, suggests that the latest strain is almost a completely different virus to the initial outbreak, according to The Washington Post, which first obtained the slides. The variant -- now the most dominant one in the US -- causes more severe illness and is more transmissible than the viruses that cause Ebola, flu and even the common cold, the leaked report claims. Despite previous claims from the CDC that breakthrough infections among the vaccinated were "rare," the latest information also suggests Delta is spreading just as easily among the jabbed, the report warns.

DOJ indicates it might sue states returning to pre-pandemic voting regulations

DOJ indicates it might sue states returning to pre-pandemic voting regulations --'Where violations of such laws occur, the Justice Department will not hesitate to act,' attorney general said | 28 July 2021 | Joe Biden's Justice Department warned states on Wednesday that they could face legal action in rolling back COVID-era voting procedures. "The department's enforcement policy does not consider a jurisdiction's re-adoption of prior voting laws or procedures to be presumptively lawful; instead, the department will review a jurisdiction's changes in voting laws or procedures for compliance with all federal laws regarding elections, as the facts and circumstances warrant," reads a document released by DOJ. It proceeds to outline a long list of statutory protections on voting rights, including those surrounding mail-in voting. The new guidance comes as Arizona audits its 2020 [stolen] election results and as Congress weighs legislation on the issue.

MyPillow Employee Beheaded in Broad Daylight Near Minneapolis

MyPillow Employee Beheaded in Broad Daylight Near Minneapolis | 29 July 2021 | A 55-year-old woman was beheaded in broad daylight Wednesday in Shakopee, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. The victim, Shakopee resident America Mafalda Thayer, was an employee of MyPillow, according to Fox-9 Minneapolis. Alexis Saborit, 42, also of Shakopee, was reportedly in an abusive long-term relationship with her, and he was arrested on suspicion of second-degree murder, according to the Shakopee Police Department.

Just like in China, citizens in the West are now inventing codewords to bypass online censorship

Just like in China, citizens in the West are now inventing codewords to bypass online censorship | 29 July 2021 | The West has imported yet another "product" from China: this time it's the use of code words on social media to avoid censorship around COVID topics, vaccination in particular. COVID vaccine skeptics are not allowed to have discussions about that on the world's biggest social media network. Reports say that in order to fool the censors, users are substituting some keywords with other expressions, thus being able to have a conversation. This is not at all uncommon in China, including where it concerns topics about COVID, and where the state openly controls and stringently censors unwanted content, steering the populace in a desired direction. Users of platforms like Facebook have started doing much the same as their Chinese peers: evading deletion and bans by coming up with an entire vocabulary of code words.

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