Putin: Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Terrorize People, Commit Ethnic Cleansing as They Forget WWII Lessons

Putin: Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Terrorize People, Commit Ethnic Cleansing as They Forget WWII Lessons | 27 Jan 2023 | During Moscow's ongoing special military operation in Ukraine, Russian soldiers are fighting the "evil" that became possible due to the forgetting of the lessons of history, President Vladimir Putin has stated. In a telegram to organizers and participants of the events dedicated to the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of Victims of the Holocaust and the 78th anniversary of the liberation by the Red Army of the prisoners of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, Putin stressed that it was the Soviet people who put an end to the barbaric actions of the Nazis in 1945. According to the Russian president: "We must clearly understand that any attempt to revise our country’s contribution to the Great Victory actually means justifying the crimes of Nazism, and opens the way for the revival of its deadly ideology."

RNC's Ronna McDaniel declares 'this is my last term as chair'

RNC's Ronna McDaniel declares 'this is my last term as chair' | 27 Jan 2023 | Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel says that winning an unprecedented in modern times fourth term as chair of the GOP, there won't be a fifth term in her future. "This is my last term as chair. I'm saying it on Fox News. It's done," McDaniel declared in an exclusive interview with Fox News on Friday. Minutes earlier, McDaniel won the support of 111 committee members who cast ballots in a secret ballot vote for chair, more than the majority of the 168 members needed to secure re-election. The vote took place on the final day of the RNC's winter meeting, which was held this year at a seaside resort in southern California's Orange County. McDaniel topped her main challenger, RNC committee member from California Harmeet Dhillon, who won the support of 51 committee members.

Memphis releases video showing police stop that led to Tyre Nichols's death

Memphis releases video showing police stop that led to Tyre Nichols's death | 27 Jan 2023 | The city of Memphis has released police body camera and surveillance video showing the January 7 traffic stop and violent police confrontation that led to the death of 29-year-old Tyre Nichols. The video clips released by the city include three police body cams and an overhead angle from a pole-based police camera, city officials have said. Five Memphis officers were fired this month and then charged Thursday over Nichols's death, which happened days after the traffic stop police initially said was on suspicion of reckless driving. Nichols was Black, as are the five officers. Two Memphis Fire Department employees who were part of Nichols's initial care have been relieved of duty, pending the outcome of an internal investigation.

Federal Judge Blocks California Law Punishing Doctors for 'COVID Misinformation'

Federal Judge Blocks California Law Punishing Doctors for 'COVID Misinformation' | 26 Jan 2023 | A federal judge in California on Wednesday granted Children's Health Defense (CHD)-California Chapter's request for a preliminary injunction to block a California law that would have allowed the state’s medical boards to punish doctors for spreading "COVID-19 misinformation." In his 30-page opinion, Senior U.S. District Judge William Shubb determined the defendants in the case -- California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Attorney General Rob Bonta and California Medical and Osteopathic Boards -- provided "no evidence that 'scientific consensus' has any established technical meaning," and that the law provides "no clarity" on the meaning of the word "misinformation." Judge Shubb also found the "plaintiffs have established a likelihood of success on the grounds of their Fourteenth Amendment vagueness challenges." The ruling pertains to a lawsuit filed Dec. 1, 2022, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California on behalf of plaintiffs CHD-California Chapter, Dr. LeTrinh Hoang and Physicians for Informed Consent.

Colorado woman, 97, froze to death outside assisted-living center after banging on doors, lawsuit alleges

Colorado woman, 97, froze to death outside assisted-living center after banging on doors, lawsuit alleges --Mary Jo Staub, 97, left 'blood trail in the snow' outside Colorado assisted-living facility, attorneys say | 27 Jan 2023 | A Colorado family is suing an assisted-living facility alleging their 97-year-old loved one "froze to death" outside of her building last year despite being seen on surveillance footage "banging on the glass panes of the French doors located directly adjacent to the nurses' station for help." The wrongful death lawsuit filed on behalf of the family of Mary Jo Staub says the "beloved mother and grandmother" became trapped outside the Balfour at Lavender Farms facility in Louisville in frigid temperatures [around 15 degrees] 12:40 a.m. on Feb. 26, 2022, but nobody working there found her body until more than five hours later... "Once locked out, Mary Jo tried to walk around the northwest side of the building toward the nurses' station for help. Using her walker, she trudged through the snow and climbed a snow mound," the lawsuit added. "At some point, she abandoned her walker and injured her ankle. She continued, crawling on her hands and knees 75 feet to the exit immediately adjacent to the nurses' station. She left a blood trail in the snow marking her path of travel."

Feds adapting AI used to silence ISIS to combat American dissent on vaccines, elections

Feds adapting AI used to silence ISIS to combat American dissent on vaccines, elections --The federal government, working hand-in-hand with universities, private companies and Big Tech, is funneling millions of dollars in taxpayer money to fund an AI censorship program to be used on American citizens. | 26 Jan 2023 | The government's campaign to fight "misinformation" has expanded to adapt military-grade artificial intelligence once used to silence the Islamic State (ISIS) to quickly identify and censor American dissent on issues like vaccine safety and election integrity, according to grant documents and cyber experts. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded several million dollars in grants recently to universities and private firms to develop tools eerily similar to those developed in 2011 by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in its Social Media in Strategic Communication (SMISC) program. DARPA said those tools were used "to help identify misinformation or deception campaigns and counter them with truthful information," beginning with the Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East that spawned ISIS [I-CIA-SIS] over a decade ago. DARPA set four specific goals for the program.

Canada to send four Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine

Canada to send four Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine | 26 Jan 2023 | Canada will send four Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine, Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand said on Thursday, after Germany this week allowed other countries to re-export the German-built tank. "This donation, combined with the contributions of allies and partners, will significantly help the armed forces of Ukraine" in the their defense against the Russian invasion, special operation, Anand told reporters in Ottawa.

World War III Update: Germany Joins Biden and Sends Tanks to Ukraine to Escalate War With Russia

World War III Update: Germany Joins Biden and Sends Tanks to Ukraine to Escalate War With Russia | 25 Jan 2023 | On Tuesday the Biden regime agreed to send Abrams tanks to Ukraine to fight the Russian military. This means the US will be forced to send men and women to operate the tanks and perform maintenance. It is the Biden regime's attempt to escalate the war in Ukraine. Less than 24 hours later, Germany announced they will be sending Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. Chancellor Olaf Scholz asked German citizens, who are paying record gas prices this winter to warm their homes, to "trust the government." [LOL!]

British MPs call for probe into massive spike in deaths

British MPs call for probe into massive spike in deaths --Nearly 3,000 more Britons are dying than average on a weekly basis, and Covid-19 is not responsible | 24 Jan 2023 | Troubled by national statistics showing 20% excess deaths per week, UK MPs have demanded an investigation, the Daily Mail reported on Tuesday. Unlike the last time excess deaths reached such levels, during the second Covid-19 wave, few of these deaths could be attributed to the virus. Speaking before the House of Commons on Tuesday, Conservative MP Esther McVey skewered Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty for blaming the spike in non-Covid excess deaths on "patients not getting statins or blood pressure medicines during the pandemic," pointing out that the monthly figures for statin prescriptions had remained constant. "Where is the evidence? And if there isn’t one, what is causing these excess deaths?" she asked, demanding the minister "commit to an urgent and thorough investigation of the matter." ..."There were 50,000 more deaths than we would have otherwise expected in 2022," Labour Shadow Public Health Minister Andrew Gwynne told the House of Commons on Tuesday. "Excluding the pandemic, that's the worst figure since 1951."

Russia didn't blow up gas pipeline - Nord Stream boss

Russia didn't blow up gas pipeline - Nord Stream boss | 26 Jan 2023 | Russia is unlikely to be behind an attack last September on the Nord Stream gas pipelines, according to Matthias Warnig, the head of Nord Stream AG and Nord Stream 2 AG -- two Swiss-based companies operating the undersea Russian gas pipelines. Warnig, who is said to have long-standing personal ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin, spoke to German newspaper Die Zeit recently. "The Russians? No," he responded, when asked about Moscow's potential complicity in the incident that left both Nord Stream 1 strings and one Nord Stream 2 string severely damaged... Warnig, who has been the managing director of the Nord Stream AG company since it was founded in 2006, provided no definitive answer to a question on who might be behind the incident. When asked whether London might have been behind it, he called it "speculation" and suggested that the journalist "think about it."

Stroke After Pfizer Booster May Be Connected to Flu Vaccine - Officials

Stroke After Pfizer Booster May Be Connected to Flu Vaccine - Officials | 26 Jan 2023 | Instances of stroke following receipt of Pfizer's new booster in the elderly may be connected to the influenza vaccine, officials said on Jan. 26. One-hundred thirty cases of ischemic stroke, which can be deadly, were recorded among people aged 65 or older within 21 days of a bivalent Pfizer booster, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee heard on Thursday. That was higher than the 92 cases recorded in the 22- to 42-day window following vaccination, triggering a safety signal... A preliminary review of medical records at one site, which saw 24 ischemic stroke cases in the three weeks following Pfizer vaccination, revealed that a majority of the people who suffered a stroke had an influenza vaccine administered on the same day as the COVID-19 vaccine.

Rep. Matt Gaetz introduces 'PENCIL' resolution barring Adam Schiff from accessing classified information

Rep. Matt Gaetz introduces 'PENCIL' resolution barring Adam Schiff from accessing classified information | 26 Jan 2023 | Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., introduced the "Preventing Extreme Negligence with Classified Information Licenses," or PENCIL Resolution, on Thursday that would bar Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Deep State-Calif., from accessing any classified information. "The resolution expresses the sense of the U.S. House of Representatives that Congressman Adam Schiff should not have access to classified information, should be investigated by the House Ethics Committee, and should have his comments made during any proceeding of Congress regarding Russian Collusion and the Trump campaign be officially struck from the record," Gaetz's office said in a statement... "Every member of Congress can access classified information by virtue of their election. Only the most egregious actions would warrant removal, and Adam Schiff has undoubtedly crossed the Rubicon," Gaetz told Fox News Digital... Schiff has recently announced his candidacy to replace Sen. Dianne Feinstain, D-Calif., in the Senate.

Sen. Johnson Calls for Congress to Investigate Vaccine Manufacturers and Covid Vax Approval Process in Response to Project Veritas Exposé on Pfizer

Sen. Johnson Calls for Congress to Investigate Vaccine Manufacturers and Covid Vax Approval Process in Response to Project Veritas Exposé on Pfizer | 26 Jan 2023 | Senator Ron Johnson on Thursday called for Congress to investigate vaccine manufacturers and the Covid vax approval process in response to a Project Veritas explosive undercover video exposing Pfizer's alleged plans to "mutate" the Covid virus. Pfizer is experimenting with dangerous gain-of-function on Covid-19, according to a director of research for the pharma company. "Federal health agencies have been captured by Big Pharma and grossly derelict in their duties throughout the pandemic." Ron Johnson said. "It's time for Congress to thoroughly investigate vaccine manufacturers and the entire COVID vaccine approval process," he said.

Pfizer Executive: 'Mutate' COVID via 'Directed Evolution' for Company to Continue Profiting Off of Vaccines, 'COVID Is Going to be a Cash Cow for Us'

Pfizer Executive: 'Mutate' COVID via 'Directed Evolution' for Company to Continue Profiting Off of Vaccines, 'COVID Is Going to be a Cash Cow for Us' | 25 Jan 2023 | Project Veritas released a new video today exposing a Pfizer executive, Jordon Trishton Walker, who claims that his company is exploring a way to "mutate" COVID via "Directed Evolution" to preempt the development of future vaccines. Walker says that Directed Evolution is different than gain-of-function, which is defined as "a mutation that confers new or enhanced activity on a protein." In other words, it means that a virus such as COVID can become more potent depending on the mutation/scientific experiment performed on it. The Pfizer executive told a Veritas journalist about his company's plan for COVID vaccines, while acknowledging that people would not like this information if it went public. "One of the things we [Pfizer] are exploring is like, why don't we just mutate it [COVID] ourselves so we could create -- preemptively develop new vaccines, right? So, we have to do that. If we're gonna do that though, there's a risk of like, as you could imagine -- no one wants to be having a pharma company mutating f**king viruses," Walker said.

Seattle officials deliberately 'purged' thousands of CHOP-related text messages, despite 'legal obligation' to retain them - federal judge

Seattle officials deliberately 'purged' thousands of CHOP-related text messages, despite 'legal obligation' to retain them - federal judge | 24 Jan 2023 | Several former and current Seattle, Washington, officials who were in office during the 2020 Capitol Hill Organized Protest or Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone -- better known as CHOP or CHAZ -- deliberately "purged" evidentiary text messages related to that event, a federal judge has determined. As a result, the jury that will eventually consider a lawsuit about that event may presume that the missing text messages were "unfavorable" to the city and to those officials...But physical violence was not the only harm CHOP caused. Businesses located within the occupied territory suffered serious injury to their bottom line, to say nothing of the integrity of their buildings, because protesters refused to allow employees and clients to access them. More than a dozen of those businesses quickly filed a lawsuit against the city, claiming that officials had supported CHOP by providing various accommodations to the protesters.

Durham man charged with murder in assault death of 82-year-old Home Depot worker in Hillsborough

Durham man charged with murder in assault death of 82-year-old Home Depot worker in Hillsborough | 24 Jan 2023 | Hillsborough police said Tuesday that they've made an arrest in the case where a Home Depot worker was assaulted and later died from his injuries. The incident, which was captured on surveillance video, happened Oct. 18 when the worker, Gary Rasor, was approaching a man wheeling three power washers that he may not have paid for toward the garden center exit. Without breaking stride, the man knocked the 82-year-old Rasor to the ground. Rasor died Nov. 30 after complications from his injuries. Police said Terry McAnthony McMillian Jr., 26, of Durham, was taken into custody Tuesday and charged with first-degree murder and robbery.

Four migrants bused to NYC arrested for shoplifting $12K from Macy's

Four migrants bused to NYC arrested for shoplifting $12K from Macy's | 23 Jan 2023 | Four migrants bused into New York City from Texas were busted for snatching thousands of dollars in merchandise from a Nassau County mall, officials said Monday. Wrallan Cabezas Meza, 19, Miguel Angel Rojas, 21, Rafael Rojas, 27, and Jose Garcia Escobar, 30, are accused of driving from the Big Apple to Garden City and stealing $12,489 in goods from Macy's Roosevelt Field earlier this month, according to county police. Cops caught the crew shortly after the Jan. 9 heist in Hampstead when Meza was pulled over for allegedly failing to use a turn signal in a 2006 BMW with bogus plates, a criminal complaint in the case states. The suspects later told a Spanish-speaking Nassau County detective that they came to New York City on a bus from the Lone Star State, Detective Lt. Richard Lebrun said.

Fox News meteorologist Adam Klotz attacked on NYC subway after stopping teens from assaulting older man

Fox News meteorologist Adam Klotz attacked on NYC subway after stopping teens from assaulting older man | 23 Jan 2023 | Fox News meteorologist Adam Klotz was brutally attacked on the New York City subway by a group of teens over the weekend. Klotz was on his way home after watching the Giants-Eagles NFL playoff game at a Manhattan bar shortly before he noticed a group of teens harassing an "older gentleman," and had set his hair on fire with a joint. "I was like, whoa, you can't do that," Klotz said on Fox & Friends. "That's not cool, and that's all it took, and then I was the focus of all their attention." He said the group was taunting him, and he tried to remove himself from the situation, but the attack did not stop there. The group followed him to another subway car... Klotz was treated at a local hospital after the assault.

European official warns Musk era of 'Wild West' for free speech is over: 'There will be sanctions'

Heads up! The WEF lizard people are on the march to stop any mention or questioning of eating insects over beef, climate lockdowns, and Big Pharma's deadly mRNA clot shots European official warns Musk era of 'Wild West' for free speech is over: 'There will be sanctions' --Euronews Next reported that Europe is pushing legislation that will force online platforms to remove 'disinformation' | 23 Jan 2023 | European politician Věra Jourová warned Elon Musk from the World Economic Forum in Davos that Twitter will face "sanctions" if it does not shut down some forms of speech. Jourová, the European Commission's Vice President for Values and Transparency, told Euronews Next that Twitter may face penalties for enabling free speech in violation of European Union regulations. "The time of the Wild West is over," she said. "We will have the Digital Services Act [DSA]. We will have the Code of Practice as a part of this legislation," Jourová said. "So, after Mr. Musk took over Twitter with his 'freedom of speech absolutism' - we are the protectors of freedom of speech as well. But at the same time, we cannot accept, for instance, illegal content online and so on. So, our message was clear: we have rules which have to be complied with, otherwise there will be sanctions."

Ukraine storing weapons at nuclear plants - Russia

Ukraine storing weapons at nuclear plants - Russia --Kiev is using the facilities as cover for stockpiles of Western-made munitions, Moscow's foreign intelligence chief says | 23 Jan 2023 | Ukrainian forces are storing Western-supplied missiles and artillery shells in nuclear power plants, Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Director Sergey Naryshkin said on Monday. He claimed that Kiev has been using the plants as cover for ammunition stockpiles. "There is credible information that Ukrainian troops are stockpiling the Western-supplied weapons and ammunition on the territory of nuclear power plants," Naryshkin said, according to a statement on the intelligence service's website. He added that the armaments include rockets for US-made HIMARS launchers and missiles used by foreign air defense systems, as well as "large-caliber artillery shells." According to Naryshkin, several cars loaded with "lethal cargo" were delivered by rail to the Rovno Nuclear Power Plant in western Ukraine during the last week of December alone.

California Democrats plot to tax people who fled to red states

California Democrats plot to tax people who fled to red states | 23 Jan 2023 | California lawmakers are pushing legislation that would impose a new tax on the state's wealthiest residents -- even if they've already moved to another part of the country. Assemblyman Alex Lee, a progressive Democrat, last week introduced a bill in the California State Legislature that would impose an extra annual 1.5% tax on those with a "worldwide net worth" above $1 billion, starting as early as January 2024. As early as 2026, the threshold for being taxed would drop: those with a worldwide net worth exceeding $50 million would be hit with a 1% annual tax on wealth, while billionaires would still be taxed 1.5%...California was one of several blue states last week to unveil bills to impose new wealth taxes. The other states were Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New York and Washington.

Ukrainian Strategic Defense Lines Bulging at Seams on Donbass Front

Ukrainian Strategic Defense Lines Bulging at Seams on Donbass Front | 23 Jan 2023 | Russian forces have gained the tactical initiative on almost all front lines in Ukraine. Amid the breaking victory of Wagner fighters in Soledar and their ongoing advance in Bakhmut, units of the Russian Army launched an offensive in the Zaporozhie region, taking new advantageous positions. On the northern Luhansk front lines, a fierce battle is ongoing for control of Novoselovskoye, most of which remains under Ukrainian control... South of Bakhmut, after the liberation of Kleshcheyevka, Wagner assault units have already taken a number of Ukrainian strongholds on the way to Ivanovskoe. On January 22, Wagner forces shot down a Ukrainian Mi-8 helicopter over the village of Khromovo. As a result, the aircraft crashed at the Bakhmut railway station.

Cashless Society: Big Banks Prepare to Launch Digital Wallet to Compete With Apple Pay, PayPal

Cashless Society: Big Banks Prepare to Launch Digital Wallet to Compete With Apple Pay, PayPal | 23 Jan 2023 | Major US banks, including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JPMorgan, and others, will push into the digital wallet space in the second half of this year to take on Apple Pay and PayPal. Early Warning Services LLC (EWS), the bank-owned company that operates the money-transfer service Zelle, will be managing the new digital wallet, according to WSJ. The wallet has yet to be named but will be separate from Zelle and allow shoppers to pay at merchants' online checkouts with linked debit and credit cards. EWS plans to offer the new digital wallet later this year and can handle up to 150 million debit and credit cards during the initial launch. Consumers in good standing with banks will be eligible for the new service.

Harris required people to sign 'attestation of vaccination' paper to attend her Florida 'speech' - reports

Harris required people to sign 'attestation of vaccination' paper to attend her Florida 'speech' - reports | 22 Jan 2023 | Kamala Harris required all attendees of her event on Sunday in Tallahassee, Florida, to sign a form confirming whether they have been vaccinated or not, according to reports. The requirement is a counter-approach to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis's claims that the vaccine is being used as a weapon. The governor plans to propose protections for residents, such as a ban on vaccine and mask requirements, during the next legislative session. The form was titled "Attestation of Vaccination," and it required guest to indicate whether they are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated or vaccinated. The Republican National Committee Research Twitter handle @RNCResearch tweeted about the form on Sunday. "Kamala Harris made people sign an 'attestation of vaccination' to attend her incoherent speech in Florida today," the tweet read. Followers of the page had mixed responses, with some agreeing for the necessity of the form, and many others mocking the requirement on the basis that vaccines do not stop transmission.

Biden Regime Announces Former COVID-Czar Jeff Zients as New Chief of Staff - Grifter Who Pushed for Forced Vaccinations

Biden Regime Announces Former COVID-Czar Jeff Zients as New Chief of Staff - Grifter Who Pushed for Forced Vaccinations | 22 Jan 2023 | As reported on Saturday, the "brains behind Biden," Ron Klain, is expected to step down in the coming weeks. Klain is believed to be the force behind the Biden regime and their disastrous policies. Klain's departure comes as a blow to the Biden regime as the economy turns sour and the investigations into the Biden family are expected to heat up in the coming weeks. On Sunday afternoon, the Biden White House announced that the former COVID czar Jeff Zients will replace Klain as Chief of Staff. Zients pushed for forced vaccinations, particularly on young people.

Antifa protesters in Atlanta are calling for 'Night of Rage' against cops after shooting near training facility dubbed 'Cop City' left one man dead and a state trooper injured

Antifa protesters in Atlanta are calling for 'Night of Rage' against cops after shooting near training facility dubbed 'Cop City' left one man dead and a state trooper injured | 19 Jan 2023 | Violent Antifa protecters are calling for a "Night of Rage" against police officers after a raid of "Cop City" left an activist dead and a state trooper injured. Georgia State Patrol troopers swooped on the autonomous zone at the site of the future $90million Atlanta Public Safety Training Center in a "clearing operation" on Wednesday. In a press conference, Georgia Bureau of Investigations director Michael Register confirmed that the shooting was in self-defense, with the protester opening fire "without warning" at the trooper. But activists are now calling for a "Night of Rage' and bloodshed against the police following the shooting -- threatening to enact "reciprocal violence" against the authorities. In a statement posted on social media, the Scenes from the Atlanta Forest account said: "A call for retaliation. Consider this a call for reciprocal violence to be done to the police and their allies. On Friday, January 20th, wherever you are, you are invited to participate in a night of rage in order to honor the memory of our fallen comrade."

California mass shooting: man shoots himself in van linked to Lunar Near Year massacre - sources

California mass shooting: man shoots himself in van linked to Lunar Near Year massacre - sources --10 people killed and another 10 injured during rampage Saturday evening | 22 Jan 2023 | A man found inside a white van linked to a Lunar New Year massacre that left 10 people dead and 10 others injured in Southern California was found dead Sunday afternoon after what authorities believe was a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Law enforcement sources told Fox News that the man shot himself and died following a standoff with a "barricaded suspect" in a van in Torrance, located roughly 30 miles southwest of Monterey Park, where Saturday's shooting unfolded. "I want to address also that there is a tactical incident that's occurring in the city of Torrance," Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna said during an earlier press briefing. "People have asked is that your suspect? We don't know." "It's a barricaded suspect situation. We are working with one of our partner agencies, the Torrance Police Department, to resolve that. We believe there is a person inside of that vehicle."

Elon Musk Reveals 'Major Side Effects' After 2nd COVID-19 Booster

Elon Musk Reveals 'Major Side Effects' After 2nd COVID-19 Booster | 22 Jan 2023 | Elon Musk said he felt like he "was dying" after his second COVID-19 booster shot. "I had major side effects from my second booster shot," the new Twitter boss wrote in a social media post. "Felt like I was dying for several days. Hopefully, no permanent damage, but I don't know." ...Musk posted a string of Twitter posts in response to a post by Rasmussen Reports which is criticizing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s narrative that major side effects after COVID vaccination are "rare." A new Rasmussen Reports poll, released on Jan. 2 and based on a representative sample of 1,000 American adults, shows that nearly half of Americans believe that the COVID-19 vaccines probably caused a "significant number of unexplained deaths," while over a quarter said they personally know someone whose death may have been caused by vaccination side effects.

AOC heckled over Ukraine weapons

AOC heckled over Ukraine weapons --Protesters interrupted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's town hall event to demand an end to the arms shipments | 22 Jan 2023 | U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Soros-installed Great Reset pea-brain-NY) had an event in New York on Saturday disrupted by a group of demonstrators who rose to their feet and began singing a Latin hymn for peace. The protestors were voicing their objection to the self-professed progressive's [sic] vote to send billions of dollars worth of weapons to Ukraine. Holding signs reading "negotiation not annihilation" and "stop sending weapons to Ukraine," the group sang "Dona Nobis Pacem," a Latin hymn used in the Catholic mass that translates as "Give Us Peace." We always support everyone's First Amendment rights here and everyone has the complete right to political expression,” Ocasio-Cortez responded, but only after the protesters had been removed from the premises by security. A member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, Ocasio-Cortez...voted in May to provide Ukraine with $40 billion in military and economic aid, a decision that led a left-wing activist to accuse her of "voting to start a nuclear war" during a similar town hall in October.

Border agents confirm 1.2 million 'gotaway' migrants under Biden administration

Border agents confirm 1.2 million 'gotaway' migrants under Biden administration --Illegal immigration continues to skyrocket under Biden | 22 Jan 2023 | U.S. border agents have confirmed that 1.2 million illegal migrants "got away" from authorities while crossing the border under Joe Biden's administration, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) sources told Fox News on Sunday. CBP tracks hundreds of thousands of migrant encounters at the U.S.-Mexico Border every month, but that stat does not include the number of known "gotaways," or migrants who were detected by authorities but not apprehended. Since Biden entered office in January 2021, border crossings have exploded, and at least 1.2 million migrants successfully evaded authorities. The first half of Biden's four-year term saw monthly border encounters rise from 101,000 in February 2021 to 251,000 in December 2022, according to CBP stats.

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