Jury Awards Former US Senate Candidate Roy Moore Over $8 Million in Defamation Case

Jury Awards Former US Senate Candidate Roy Moore Over $8 Million in Defamation Case | 13 Aug 2022 | A federal jury has found that a Democrat super political action committee (PAC) defamed Roy Moore, a former sheriff and U.S. Senate candidate. The Senate Majority PAC made a false statement about Moore that was defamatory, the verdict, returned on Aug. 12, states. The PAC also published the statement despite knowing it was false or acting "with reckless regard" as to whether the statement was false, the jury said. Jurors also found that the Senate Majority PAC invaded Moore's privacy. They awarded Moore $8.2 million.

Denmark bans COVID vaccines for children

Denmark bans COVID vaccines for children | 10 Aug 2022 | The Danish government barred children under 18 years old from taking COVID-19 vaccines because of the low risk they face from the virus. "Therefore, it will no longer be possible for children and young people under the age of 18 to get the 1st jab, and from 1 September 2022 it will no longer be possible to get the 2nd jab," said the Danish government in a June statement. The statement said high-risk children can be vaccinated after being assessed by a doctor. The Danish government said many people have been vaccinated and infected with COVID-19. Immunity in Denmark remains high.

Racine, Wisconsin, Used Illegal Mobile Voting Sites in Recent Primary - Same District Where Corrupt GOP Speaker Robin Vos Won By 260 Votes

Racine, Wisconsin, Used Illegal Mobile Voting Sites in Recent Primary - Same District Where Corrupt GOP Speaker Robin Vos Won By 260 Votes | 13 Aug 2022 | The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission against the City Clerk of Racine for its use of mobile sites in the latest primary. This is the same primary that Robin Voss squeaked out a win by only 260 votes. The city of Racine's use of mobile sites violates state law directives regarding absentee ballots according to the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) which filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) against the City Clerk of Racine for employing mobile voting sites throughout the community. The complaint, filed on behalf of a Racine voter, urges WEC to direct Racine to comply with applicable state laws that prevent mobile voting sites and ensure that the sites selected do not confer a partisan advantage.

Michigan boil water advisory affects over 930K, includes Flint

Michigan boil water advisory affects over 930K, includes Flint --The boil water advisories follow a water main break | 13 Aug 2022 | A water main break at Michigan's Great Lakes Water Authority's Lake Huron facility on Saturday has impacted an estimated 935,000 people, with 23 communities placed under precautionary boil water advisories. The GLWA said it had discovered a leak on a 120-inch water transmission main that distributes finished drinking water from the treatment facility to communities in southeastern Michigan. The main is the largest in the regional water distribution system.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene files articles of impeachment against AG Merrick Garland

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene files articles of impeachment against AG Merrick Garland --Garland issued a statement confirming that he had personally approved the raid | 12 Aug 2022 | Georgia Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on Friday announced that she had filed articles of impeachment against Attorney General Merrick Garland following the FBI's Monday raid on former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. Greene posted the articles on Twitter, saying that Garland's "personal approval to seek a search warrant for the raid on the home of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, constitutes a blatant attempt to persecute a political opponent." FBI agents from the Washington Field Office on Monday raided Trump's Florida estate in search of classified documents the former president may have removed from the White House.

Donald Trump: All Documents Seized by FBI Were 'Declassified' and 'All They Had to Do Was Ask'

Donald Trump: All Documents Seized by FBI Were 'Declassified' and 'All They Had to Do Was Ask' | 12 Aug 2022 | President Donald Trump on Friday claimed that all the documents seized by FBI agents during the raid on his house Monday were declassified. "Number one, it was all declassified," Trump wrote in a statement released to reporters. "Number two, they didn't need to 'seize' anything." The former president said the documents were secure and the FBI could have asked for any documents that they wanted but accused them of choosing a more political route. "They could have had it anytime they wanted and that includes LONG ago," he wrote. "ALL THEY HAD TO DO WAS ASK."

World Economic Forum Wants to Use AI To Automatically Censor Speech on the Internet

World Economic Forum Wants to Use AI To Automatically Censor Speech on the Internet | 11 Aug 2022 | The World Economic Forum (WEF) proposed a new way of censoring online content that requires a small group of experts to train artificial intelligence on identifying "misinformation" and abusive content. The WEF published an article Wednesday outlining a plan to overcome frequent instances of "child abuse [Yeah, right!], extremism, disinformation, hate speech and fraud" online, which the organization said cannot be handled by human "trust and safety teams," according to ActiveFence Trusty & Safety Vice President Inbal Goldberger, who authored the article. Instead, the WEF proposed an AI-driven method of moderating online content, where subject matter experts provide training sets to the AI so it can learn to recognize and flag or restrict content that human moderators would deem dangerous. The system works through "human-curated, multi-language, off-platform intelligence," input provided from expert sources, to create "learning sets" for the AI machine.

'Sounds About Right': Ex-CIA Chief Michael Hayden Implies Trump Should Be Executed for Taking Classified Docs

'Sounds About Right': Ex-CIA Chief Michael Hayden Implies Trump Should Be Executed for Taking Classified Docs | 12 Aug 2022 | Former CIA Director [deep-state dirt-bag] Michael Hayden seemed to endorse the execution of former president Donald Trump on Thursday after a report indicated FBI agents were searching the former president's residence for classified documents related to nuclear weapons. Hayden responded to a tweet on Thursday by presidential historian Michael Beschloss, who noted that Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Americans who were convicted of spying on behalf of the Soviet Union, were "convicted for giving U.S. nuclear secrets to Moscow, and were executed June 1953." Hayden, who previously served as director of the National Security Agency and the CIA under former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama, replied to the tweet: "Sounds about right."

ABC News Chief Investigative Reporter: Americans Who Are Angry Over Trump Raid Are 'Neo-Nazis' Because Merrick Garland Is Jewish

ABC News Chief Investigative Reporter: Americans Who Are Angry Over Trump Raid Are 'Neo-Nazis' Because Merrick Garland Is Jewish | 12 Aug 2022 | The outrage amongst Americans over the unprecedented FBI raid of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home is anti-Semitic in nature because Attorney General Merrick Garland is Jewish, warns ABC News Chief Investigative Reporter Josh Margolin. "Far right, neo-Nazis, white supremacists" are calling for violence following the raid of Trump's estate because Attorney General Merrick Garland is Jewish, the corporate media talking head argued on Friday. "As soon as President Trump put out confirmation on Monday that the raid had been done and was underway, we immediately started seeing factions on the far right, neo-Nazis, white supremacists, militia organizers calling for violence as they always have done against Jews -- the attorney general is Jewish," Margolin said. "Against the FBI, federal law enforcement, against other perceived enemies -- enemies they perceive to be enemies of President Trump.”

Radiation threat assessed around nuclear site 'attacked by Ukraine'

Radiation threat assessed around nuclear site 'attacked by Ukraine' | 12 Aug 2022 | The Russian-controlled Zaporozhye nuclear power plant did not sustain any critical damage as a result of shelling by Ukrainian forces this week, according to Vladimir Rogov, a member of the region's military-civil administration. In terms of nuclear safety, everything is in order in the vicinity of the plant and background radiation levels are normal, Rogov said on Friday in an interview with Rossiya-24 news channel. "The operation of the reactors was not disrupted as a result of the shelling," he explained. However, the official noted that the attack had destroyed part of a building belonging to the region's emergency services and one of the shells landed just ten meters away from a radioactive waste storage site. Rogov claimed that the specific division of the Ukrainian Armed Forces responsible for the attack had been identified, and suggested that it had used Western-supplied ammunition.

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on lecture stage in New York

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on lecture stage in New York | 12 Aug 2022 | Salman Rushdie, the author whose writing led to death threats from Iran in the 1980s, was attacked and apparently stabbed in the neck Friday by a man who rushed the stage as he was about to give a lecture in western New York. An Associated Press reporter witnessed a man confront Rushdie on stage at the Chautauqua Institution and begin punching or stabbing him 10 to 15 times as he was being introduced. The 75-year-old author was pushed or fell to the floor, and the man was arrested. Rushdie was taken by helicopter to a hospital, state police said.

CDC Ends Differentiation of Unvaccinated Under Coronavirus Guidelines

CDC Ends Differentiation of Unvaccinated Under Coronavirus Guidelines | 11 Aug 2022 | The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its coronavirus guidelines to end the differentiation of the unvaccinated. Released Thursday, the new guidelines make a variety of changes that would have been unthinkable a year or even six months ago, including a lift on mandatory quarantines for individuals exposed to the virus, an end to screening people with no symptoms, and the elimination of testing recommendations after potential exposure. Contact tracing will also be limited to hospitals and high-risk groups living in nursing homes. The most surprising change is perhaps the CDC’s regard for treating the unvaccinated. Per NPR: "It also brings the recommendations for unvaccinated people in line with people who are fully vaccinated - an acknowledgment of the high levels of population immunity in the U.S., due to vaccination, past COVID-19 infections or both."

Donald Trump calls nuclear docs claim a 'hoax'

Donald Trump calls nuclear docs claim a 'hoax' | 12 Aug 2022 | Former President Donald Trump said Friday that a report claiming FBI agents were looking for documents concerning nuclear weapons at his Mar-a-Lago resort this week was a "hoax" -- as a separate report said the bureau had found “dozens” of classified papers during Monday's raid. "Nuclear weapons issue is a Hoax, just like Russia, Russia, Russia was a Hoax, two Impeachments were a Hoax, the Mueller investigation was a Hoax, and much more," Trump posted to Truth Social Friday morning. "Same sleazy people involved. Why wouldn't the FBI allow the inspection of areas at Mar-a-Lago with our lawyer's [sic], or others, present. Made them wait outside in the heat, wouldn't let them get even close -- said 'ABSOLUTELY NOT,'" Trump went on, before again suggesting that federal agents might have planted information during the search.

Attorney General Garland Says He 'Personally Approved' Mar-a-Lago Raid

Attorney General Garland Says He 'Personally Approved' Mar-a-Lago Raid | 11 Aug 2022 | Attorney General Merrick Garland said Thursday that he "personally approved" the FBI search of former president Donald Trump’s personal residence at Mar-a-Lago earlier this week. He said in a statement delivered from the Department on Justice that the agency "does not take such a decision lightly where possible." "It is standard practice to seek less intrusive means as an alternative to a search and to narrowly scope any search that is undertaken," Garland said. He said that the DOJ has filed a motion in the Southern District of Florida to unseal the search warrant that FBI agents used to search Trump's residence. "The government filed the motion to make public the warrant and receipt in light of the former president's public confirmation of the search, the surrounding circumstances and the substantial public interest in this matter," he said.

IRS Deletes Job Posting Seeking Applicants Willing to 'Use Deadly Force'

IRS Deletes Job Posting Seeking Applicants Willing to 'Use Deadly Force' | 10 Aug 2022 | The IRS deleted a job posting Wednesday seeking a Special Agent "willing to use deadly force" for its law enforcement division, Criminal Investigation (CI). The deletion came amid renewed scrutiny of the IRS in response to a Democrat-backed spending bill that would double the size of the agency. "As a Special Agent you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes," the job advertisement read... The "Major Duties" listed in the job description included "a level of fitness necessary to effectively respond to life-threatening situations on the job," and being "willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments." It also included a requirement of carrying "a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary." ...The post was deleted Monday after the job notice was shared on Twitter by documentarian Ford Fischer, garnering thousands of interactions.

Thermal power plant partially damaged in shelling of NPP, reactors function normally

Thermal power plant partially damaged in shelling of NPP, reactors function normally --Head of Russia's National Defense Control Center Mikhail Mizintsev specified that as a result of strikes, the nuclear station's own thermal power plant was damaged as well as the equipment of spray ponds of the nuclear reactors' cooling system | 11 Aug 2022 | Critically important infrastructure of the Zaporozhye NPP has not been damaged in the shelling by Ukraine's armed forces and the operations of reactors have not been disrupted, head of Russia's National Defense Control Center Mikhail Mizintsev said on Thursday. "On August 11, 2022, the units of the 44th artillery brigade of the Ukrainian army shelled the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant using 152-mm artillery from the direction of the Nikopol populated locality," said Mizintsev who also heads Russia’s Joint Coordination Headquarters for Humanitarian Response in Ukraine. The military official specified that as a result of strikes, the nuclear station's own thermal power plant was damaged as well as the equipment of spray ponds of the nuclear reactors' cooling system. "Only thanks to skilled, trained and efficient actions by the units of Russia's Armed Forces on protecting the nuclear energy facility, the NPP's critically important infrastructure was not damaged and the operations of the reactors were not disrupted," he emphasized.

29 Percent of Young Pfizer COVID Vaccine Recipients Suffered Heart Effects - Study

29 Percent of Young Pfizer COVID Vaccine Recipients Suffered Heart Effects - Study | 10 Aug 2022 | Nearly three in 10 children who received Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine experienced heart effects afterwards, according to a new study. Researchers studied 301 students across two schools in Thailand. The students were aged 13 to 18 and had received a dose of Pfizer's vaccine without a serious adverse event... Researchers conducted laboratory tests to establish a baseline and followed up at three days, seven days, and 14 days after the students received a second dose of the vaccine. Researchers found that 29 percent of the youth experienced cardiovascular effects, including heart palpitations, chest pain, and shortness of breath. Fifty-four had abnormal electrocardiogram results. Six experienced mitral valve prolapse, which the Mayo Clinic describes as a heart valve disease; six had high blood pressure, and seven were diagnosed with heart inflammation. Two of the children were hospitalized, with one being admitted to intensive care.

Trump Pleads the Fifth in New York AG Deposition

Trump Pleads the Fifth in New York AG Deposition | 10 Aug 2022 | Former President Donald Trump announced he did not answer any of New York Attorney General Letitia James's questions as she deposed him Wednesday, employing his constitutional right against self-incrimination. Trump shared a statement on Truth Social Wednesday declaring his innocence, criticizing James, calling the deposition "part of an unfounded politically motivated Witch Hunt" and referencing the Monday FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago residence. He concluded, "Accordingly, under the advice of my counsel and for all the above reasons, I declined to answer the questions under the right and privileges afforded to every citizen under the United States Constitution." James has been investigating Trump and the Trump Organization for bank, tax and insurance fraud since 2019. The former president had earlier posted that he was at the "very plush, beautiful and expensive" New York AG's office. He added, "Nice working conditions, as people are being murdered all over New York - and she spends her time and effort on trying to 'get Trump.'"

Twitter Announces Plan to 'Protect' November Midterm Elections

Twitter Announces Plan to 'Protect' November Midterm Elections | 11 Aug 2022 | Far-left Twitter has declared it will "protect" the midterm elections with a range of policies designed to suppress what the company considers "misinformation," and deliver Twitter-curated news to users. 2020 was the first American election in which Big Tech companies like Twitter, Facebook, and Google had "election integrity" policies -- and they resulted in one of the most consequential stories of that cycle, the New York Post's reporting on Hunter Biden's corrupt business dealings, being suppressed just weeks before the election. Twitter was one of the companies that suppressed that story in the name of fighting "misinformation" -- now it plans to activate similar policies ahead of the midterms.

Pollster: Hageman Leading Cheney by 57 Points Among Likely Republican Voters

Pollster: Hageman Leading Cheney by 57 Points Among Likely Republican Voters | 11 Aug 2022 | Trump-endorsed Harriet Hageman is leading Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) by 57 points among Republican voters likely to vote in the Wyoming GOP primary, Brian Harnisch, the director of the University of Wyoming's Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center (WYSAC) stated on Thursday. "When looking only at residents who say they are Republican and likely voters in the primary, we actually see Hageman leading by roughly 50 points," the Wyoming pollster said about the August 16 primary race. The poll sampled likely Wyoming voters from all political affiliations from July 25-August 6 and has a four point margin of error.

'Stunning' Link Between Pfizer Vaccine and Myocarditis in Teens, Study Shows

'Stunning' Link Between Pfizer Vaccine and Myocarditis in Teens, Study Shows | 11 Aug 2022 | A prospective study in Thailand conducted during the country's national COVID-19 vaccination campaign for adolescents showed what one physician described as a "stunning" association between myocarditis and the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. The preprint, accepted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, involved 314 participants ages 13-18 who were healthy and without abnormal symptoms after receiving their first vaccine dose... Although the study included 314 adolescents, 13 were excluded from the findings as they were "lost to follow-up." Of the 301 remaining participants, 202 (67.1%) were male. Researchers found that 18% of the 301 teens analyzed had an abnormal electrocardiogram, or EKG after receiving their second dose of Pfizer, 3.5% of males developed myopericarditis or subclinical myocarditis, two were hospitalized and one was admitted to the ICU for heart problems.

Spain Air Conditioning Crackdown Set to Take Effect

Spain Air Conditioning Crackdown Set to Take Effect --Starting Aug. 9, commercial buildings face AC temperature caps --Spain is among countries looking to cut down on energy use | 8 Aug 2022 | Escaping the sweltering heat baking much of Spain just got a little bit harder. The government last week declared that businesses will not be allowed to run their air conditioning below 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius), part of a broader effort to save energy as Europe contends with record heat and races to cut its dependence on Russian gas. Starting on Aug. 9 and lasting through November 2023, commercial buildings will have to keep summer air conditioning above 80 degrees -- matching a policy in place at public buildings -- and winter heating below 66 degrees Fahrenheit (19 degrees Celsius). The new rules apply to theaters, cinemas, museums, restaurants and shopping malls, while kindergartens, hospitals, schools and universities are off the hook... Beyond temperature, the new rules also mandate turning off the lights of shop windows after 10 p.m., and no longer illuminating monuments at night.

Biden's son jets off on Air Force One as questions mount over business dealings in wake of Trump raid

Biden's son jets off on Air Force One as questions mount over business dealings in wake of Trump raid | 10 Aug 2022 | Hunter Biden joined his dad on an Air Force One flight to South Carolina Wednesday for a family vacation amid criticism of the FBI's alleged double standards after agents raided former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida. The raid comes amid an ongoing federal investigation in whether Trump took any classified materials from the White House when he left office to his Palm Beach estate. The younger Biden was photographed with his wife, Melissa Cohen, and his son, Beau, meeting Joe Biden at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. The Bidens then flew to Kiawah Island, South Carolina for a vacation. Their departure comes just two days FBI agents raided Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate... Crittics of the raid pointed out what they call a double standard, given that Hunter Biden is himself subject to ongoing federal investigations into his finances and foreign business dealings.

Questions grow about Trump raid after revelation of grand jury subpoena, extensive cooperation

Questions grow about Trump raid after revelation of grand jury subpoena, extensive cooperation --Trump got spring grand jury subpoena, gathered responsive documents, turned them over, and allowed agents to search the storage locker the FBI later raided. | 11 Aug 2022 | Two months before his Florida home was raided by the FBI, former President Donald Trump secretly received a grand jury subpoena for classified documents belonging to the National Archives, and voluntarily cooperated by turning over responsive evidence, surrendering security surveillance footage and allowing federal agents and a senior Justice Department lawyer to tour his private storage locker, according to a half dozen people familiar with the incident. While the cooperation was mostly arranged by his lawyers, Trump personally surprised the DOJ National Security Division prosecutor and three FBI agents who came to his Mar-a-Lago compound on June 3, greeting them as they came to pick up a small number of documents compliant with the subpoena, the sources told Just the News, speaking only on condition of anonymity because the visit was covered by grand jury secrecy... Trump signaled his full cooperation, telling the agents and prosecutor, "Look, whatever you need let us know," according to two eyewitnesses.

New virus detected in China infects 35 people

New virus detected in China infects 35 people | 10 Aug 2022 | Health authorities are on high alert after reports of a new virus have arisen in the People’s Republic of China. At least 35 people have been infected by Langya henipavirus (LayV) in China’s Shandong and Henan provinces in the northeast, according to Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control. The health agency cited a recent study from the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), which is titled "A Zoonotic Henipavirus in Febrile Patients in China." Researchers who monitored the infections found that LayV symptoms appear to share similarities with the flu, including fever, cough, headache, muscle soreness, fatigue, loss of appetite and nausea.

IRS faces uproar over job posting requiring ability to use deadly force 'if necessary'

IRS faces uproar over job posting requiring ability to use deadly force 'if necessary' | 10 Aug 2022 | An online job posting for special agents within the law enforcement branch of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is causing a stir on social media, as Congress prepares to pass a spending bill that would greatly expand the federal agency. A link to a job posting for "Criminal Investigation Special Agents" appeared to have been briefly deleted on Wednesday, following online criticism of the posting's language, though it reappeared back online after a FOX Business inquiry to the agency. A "key requirement" for applicants is that they have to be "legally allowed to carry a firearm," and "major duties" include "Carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary" and "Be willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments," according to the job posting.

President's son says 30 agents refused to hand over warrant, kicked lawyer off property, rifled through clothes - and how Mar-a-Lago staff refused to turn off security cameras

President's son says 30 agents refused to hand over warrant, kicked lawyer off property, rifled through clothes - and how Mar-a-Lago staff refused to turn off security cameras --He said that they kicked Donald Trump's lawyer Christina Bobb off the property and made her wait at the end of a driveway during the raid | 10 Aug 2022 | Eric Trump revealed FBI agents refused to hand over the search warrant for their raid on Mar-a-Lago and kicked an attorney off the property in a new, incisive account of the Monday operation at the Florida estate. Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com, the former president's son said the 30 agents who arrived at the property asked staff to turn security cameras off - but they refused. He also said that the attorney was forced to stand at the end of the Mar-a-Lago driveway while the team searched inside - and allegedly used safe crackers to break into his father's safe. He called the raid another 'coordinated attack' on his father Donald Trump and insisted there is no way President Joe Biden was kept in the dark about the search. Eric said that his father's lawyer Christina Bobb was forced to stand at the end of the Mar-a-Lago driveway throughout the raid. "There's 30 agents there," he recalled of the Monday search in a phone call with DailyMail.com. "They told our lawyer...you have to leave the property right now. Turn off all security cameras." "They would not give her the search warrant," he claimed. "So they showed it to her from about 10 feet away. They would not give her a copy of the search warrant."

FBI searched Melania's wardrobe, spent hours in Trump's private office during Mar-a-Lago raid

FBI searched Melania's wardrobe, spent hours in Trump's private office during Mar-a-Lago raid --Federal agents at Trump residence from 9:00am until 6:30pm | 10 Aug 2022 | FBI agents scoured Melania Trump's wardrobe and spent several hours combing through Donald Trump's private office, breaking open his safe and rifling through drawers when they raided the former First Family's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida Monday morning. The Post has learned that the search warrant used by the FBI to enter the palatial Palm Beach property focused solely on presidential records and evidence of classified information being stored there. A source close to the former president expressed concern that FBI agents or DOJ lawyers conducting the search could have "planted stuff" because they would not allow Trump's attorneys inside the 128-room building to observe the operation, which lasted more than nine hours... An eyewitness to the raid said all of the boxes were confiscated by federal agents Monday, but it is unknown if anything else was taken as no itemized list of items was provided by the FBI. The boxes contain documents and mementos from Trump's presidency, reportedly including letters from Barack Obama and Kim Jong Un, and other correspondence with world leaders.

Judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion donated $2,000 to Barack Obama's campaign and represented Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express pilots, his scheduler and 'Yugoslavian sex slave'

Judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago mansion donated $2,000 to Barack Obama's campaign and represented Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita Express pilots, his scheduler and 'Yugoslavian sex slave' | 9 Aug 2022 | The Florida judge who signed off the FBI raid on Donald Trump's mansion represented Jeffrey Epstein's workers, it has been revealed. Bruce Reinhart acted for several employees of the billionaire pedophile before he sanctioned the "unannounced" search on Mar-a-Lago yesterday. He left the local US Attorney's office over a decade ago to set up a private practice and help staff members including his Lolita Express pilots and his scheduler. He was accused in a lawsuit of breaking the Justice Department's policies by using information from his previous job to benefit in the private sector, which he denied. Meanwhile Reinhart was also revealed to have donated to Barack Obama's campaign in 2008 and Jeb Bush's when he ran against Trump in 2015.

WHO Renews Push for Global Pandemic Treaty, as World Bank Creates $1 Billion Fund for Vaccine Passports

WHO Renews Push for Global Pandemic Treaty, as World Bank Creates $1 Billion Fund for Vaccine Passports | 9 Aug 2022 | The World Health Organization (WHO) is moving ahead with plans to enact a new or revised international pandemic preparedness treaty, despite encountering setbacks earlier this summer after dozens of countries, primarily outside the Western world, objected to the plan. A majority of WHO member states on July 21, during a meeting of WHO's Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB), agreed to pursue a legally binding pandemic instrument that will contain "both legally binding as well as non-legally binding elements." STAT News described the agreement, which would create a new global framework for responding to pandemics, as "the most transformative global health call to action since [the] WHO itself was formed as the first specialized United Nations agency in 1948." Meanwhile, the World Economic Forum, African Union and World Bank -- which created a $1 billion fund for "disease surveillance" and "support against the current as well as future pandemics" -- are developing their own pandemic response mechanisms, including new cross-country vaccine passport frameworks.

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