Shooter Was Inside School for About an Hour as Police Waited Outside - Report

Shooter Was Inside School for About an Hour as Police Waited Outside - Report | 25 May 2022 | The gunman who [allegedly] shot and killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas was inside for about one hour until a tactical unit arrived, the New York Times has reported. Before the shooting, the 18-year-old gunman was reportedly confronted by an armed officer outside the school, but the officer was unable to prevent him from entering. Once inside, the gunman unleashed a reign of terror. Roughly one hour after he entered the school, a tactical unit from the border patrol showed up and engaged the shooter, killing him. The New York Times reported: "While gaps remained in the timeline of events, details emerged on Wednesday of a protracted scene of carnage at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde. What began around 11:30 a.m., with the first report of an armed man approaching the school, ended as specialized officers breached a pair of adjoining classrooms and killed the gunman barricaded inside just after 1 p.m., state police officials said."

Texas Police Lieutenant Says Cops Were Reluctant to Engage Gunman Because 'They Could've Been Shot'

Texas Police Lieutenant Says Cops Were Reluctant to Engage Gunman Because 'They Could've Been Shot' | 26 May 2022 | A Texas Department of Public Safety official said responding officers were cautious as they entered Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas because "they could've been shot." Nineteen children and two teachers were murdered after authorities say an 18-year-old male entered with a rifle 12 minutes after he crashed a car near campus. The New York Times reported the shooter was inside the school for about an hour before officers finally breached the classroom he was in and shot and killed him. Reporters demanded answers during a contentious press conference Thursday afternoon. State law enforcement officials addressed the public a day after some parents with children in the school said they were prevented from going in by officers. One girl inside the room reportedly bled for an hour after she was shot. She died at a hospital.

National Science Teachers Association Bans Use of Words Including 'Mother,' 'Father,' 'Man,' and 'Woman' Because They Are 'Oppressive'

National Science Teachers Association Bans Use of Words Including 'Mother,' 'Father,' 'Man,' and 'Woman' Because They Are 'Oppressive' | 23 May 2022 | According to the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), science teachers must cease using words like "parent," "men," "women," "mother," and "father" since they are "oppressive." The world's largest association of science teachers has released a guide for science teachers on "anti-oppression" vocabulary, which includes instructions to refer to men as "XY individuals..." In the guide, titled "Gender-Inclusive Biology: A framework in action," the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) mothers are now referred to as "persons with ovaries" in reference to reproduction cycles. The NSTA also announces its support for biological men competing in women's sports, declaring the move of various states toward "Sex verification in sports" as an example of oppression.

Big Pharma Boss Caught Faking His COVID Vaccination Status, Injected Himself With Salt Water Instead - Now Facing Criminal Charges

Big Pharma Boss Caught Faking His COVID Vaccination Status, Injected Himself With Salt Water Instead --Sousa-Faro is now facing criminal charges | 26 May 2022 | While the WHO and our political leaders want us to trust in the COVID vaccines and push for legal measures to force it upon us, it seems even Big Pharma executives don't trust the safety of the vax. Police have charged Jose Maria Fernandez Sousa-Faro, the president of European pharmaceutical behemoth PharmaMar, with being falsely vaccinated against COVID-19. Dr. Sousa-Faro is embroiled in a European controversy involving individuals, many of whom are well-known figures, being added to the National Immunization Registry in exchange for large sums of money. According to police sources and El Periodico de Espana, Sousa-Faro arranged to be injected with a saline solution instead of a COVID-19 vaccination and spent hundreds of euros to have his name added to Spain's immunization register. Dr. Sousa-Faro is one of almost 2,200 celebrities and European elites who have been erroneously vaccinated against Covid, according to a list compiled by National Police.

Biden Admin Withholds Info on Bungled Afghanistan Withdrawal, Lawsuit Say

Biden Admin Withholds Info on Bungled Afghanistan Withdrawal, Lawsuit Says | 24 May 2022 | The Biden administration is illegally withholding information about its bungled withdrawal from Afghanistan, including information that could show senior U.S. officials knew prior to the withdrawal that the Taliban would quickly rise to power and trap scores of Americans, according to a nonpartisan advocacy group focused on U.S. national security issues. The Center to Advance Security in America (CASA) is petitioning a district court in Washington, D.C., to force the State Department to release communications records related to the 2021 Afghanistan evacuation. This would include information "related [to the] vetting of Afghan refugees, and the number of U.S. citizens and lawful residents that were or were not evacuated from Afghanistan," according to a copy of the lawsuit obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Billions of Pounds of Cheese Stored by USDA in Caves in Missouri

Billions of Pounds of Cheese Stored by USDA in Caves in Missouri | 25 May 2022 | The U.S. government, specifically the USDA, is storing billions of pounds of cheese in Missouri caves. Modern Farmer explains that, in part, it has to do with the fact that milk alone doesn't store well for very long. But the other explanation has to do with manipulating and controlling the markets. Initially, the purpose was to stabilize the markets while providing farmers a dependable income. But as the USDA stockpiled millions upon millions of pounds of milk, cheese and butter, they found they'd simply replaced one problem with another. All told, the government now has 1.5 billion pounds of cheese and 355 million pounds of butter, along with incidentals such as 211 million pounds of pecans and 1 billion pounds of french fries.

Police waited to enter Texas school as shooter spent at least 40 minutes on killing spree - witness

Police waited to enter Texas school as shooter spent at least 40 minutes on killing spree - witness | 25 May 2022 | The teenage madman who allegedly slaughtered 19 kids and two teachers in a Texas elementary school spent more than 40 minutes inside as witnesses desperately urged police to charge into the building, it was revealed Wednesday. Now a father of one of the dead children is blaming officers at the scene for not acting sooner to stop the alleged gunman, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos. "There was at least 40 lawmen armed to the teeth but didn't do a darn thing [until] it was far too late," Jacinto Cazares, the father of 10-year-old victim Jackie Cazares, told ABC News. A witness who lived across the street from Robb Elementary, where 19 students and two teachers were shot dead Tuesday, said onlookers begged officers outside the school to do something as bullets rang inside the building.

Top Airline Pilot Suffers Cardiac Arrest Between Flights Post Mandatory COVID Vaccination

Top Airline Pilot Suffers Cardiac Arrest Between Flights Post Mandatory COVID Vaccination | 23 May 2022 | Robert Snow, a pilot for American Airlines, one of the top 3 largest airlines in the country, has 31 years of commercial airline experience and additionally seven years of experience as a U.S. Air Force pilot. Snow says that he might not be able to fly again after he suffered a cardiac arrest only 6 or 7 minutes after landing a plane he piloted from Denver to Dallas Fort Worth (DFW). He still had two more flights scheduled on April 9. He believes that his cardiac arrest is connected to the Johnson and Johnson COVID vaccine he was forced to take in order to keep his job on Nov. 4, 2021, even though he already had natural immunity from previously contracting the virus.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wins GOP primary in Georgia

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wins GOP primary in Georgia | 24 May 2022 | U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene defeated five challengers Tuesday in a GOP primary race that tested how her conservative Georgia constituents judged her turbulent freshman term. Greene, 47, will face the winner of a three-way Democratic primary in northwest Georgia's 14th District, a seat drawn to give Republicans a huge advantage, in November. She remained on the primary ballot Tuesday in Georgia's 14th Congressional District after a failed [illegal] effort to disqualify her by opposing voters.

Zelensky Requests $5 Billion a Month From Global Community in World Economic Forum Speech

Zelensky Requests $5 Billion a Month From Global Community in World Economic Forum Speech | 23 May 2022 | The World Economic Forum conference kicked off today in Davos, Switzerland. Ukrainian President [corrupt WEF dirt-bag] Volodymyr Zelensky opened the annual conference by requesting $5 billion a month from the global community. Zelensky requested the cash infusion immediately. The US Congress and Joe Biden [insanely] just gave Ukraine $40 billion of taxpayer dollars last week.

Monkeypox Cases in U.S Coincide With Vaccine Purchases by BARDA

Monkeypox Cases in U.S Coincide With Vaccine Purchases by BARDA | 24 May 2022 | The detection of monkeypox cases in Europe and the U.S. is highly unusual because monkeypox has previously been mostly confined to tropical areas of west or central Africa. Monkeypox belongs to the same family of orthopox viruses as smallpox (variola) and the CDC states that smallpox (vaccinia) vaccines can be used to prevent monkeypox. On May 18, 2022, biotechnology firm Bavarian Nordic of Denmark announced that the U.S. Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), part of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), signed a contract with it to supply a freeze-dried version of its smallpox and monkeypox vaccine. A freeze-dried version of the vaccine is stated to have a longer shelf life. BARDA placed an $119 million order for 13 million freeze-dried doses of Bavarian Nordic's smallpox and monkeypox vaccine known as JYNNEOS®. The contract states that the U.S. has an option to purchase additional vaccines worth $180 million if needed.

Air Force Academy grads may have to repay up to $200,000 in tuition after refusing Covid-19 vaccine

Air Force Academy grads may have to repay up to $200,000 in tuition after refusing Covid-19 vaccine --They will not be commissioned as long as they are unvaccinated. | 23 May 2022 | Three Air Force Academy cadets may very well have sacrificed their military careers and may have to repay the U.S. government for their education after refusing to get vaccinated for the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). While the cadets will receive bachelor's degrees when they graduate from the Air Force Academy on Wednesday, they will not be commissioned as long as they remain unvaccinated, The Associated Press first reported. "A decision to reimburse the United States for education costs in lieu of service will be made by the Secretary of the Air Force," the Air Force Academy announced in a May 21 news release. While the cost of an Air Force Academy education varies for each cadet, the total cost of tuition can run between $160,000 to $200,000, depending on [various] factors.

The World Economic Forum Deleted a Document Revealing That Wuhan's Mayor Attended WEF Events

The World Economic Forum Deleted a Document Revealing That Wuhan's Mayor Attended WEF Events | 24 May 2022 | The World Economic Forum has removed a document from its website, which revealed the attendance of the Mayor of the Chinese city of Wuhan - which hosts the lab believed to be responsible for COVID-19 -– at one of its events. Former Wuhan Mayor Tang Liangzhi is included on the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) list of attendees to its 2013 "Meeting of the New Champions." The event, hosted in China, is described by the WEF as the "premier gathering in Asia of leaders of multinational corporations [and] governments." "The Meeting was held in close collaboration with the Government of the People’s Republic of China," explains the WEF meeting summary. A link containing a 42-page document, which revealed hundreds of attendees at the event, reroutes users to an error page reading "Apologies -- this section of our website is currently unavailable." An archived version of the webpage, however, reveals a document containing a list of the event's participants, including the then-Mayor of the Wuhan Municipal Government Tang Liangzhi.

Biden's Latest Taiwan Gaffe Stokes Tensions With Beijing

Biden's Latest Taiwan Gaffe Stokes Tensions With Beijing --Biden says US would defend island militarily if attacked | 24 May 2022 | Joe Biden is seeking to show US resolve against China, yet an ill-timed gaffe on Taiwan risks undermining his bid to curb Beijing’s growing influence over the region. Whether intentional or not, Biden provoked China with a vow to defend Taiwan militarily. After saying that US policy on Taiwan "had not changed at all" during a news conference in Tokyo, he then answered "yes" when asked if the US would act "militarily" to defend the island in the event of a Chinese attack. "It's a commitment we made," Biden added. White House officials later walked back the remark, saying the president [sic] was only promising US aid to help Taiwan defend itself in the event of hostilities. That would be akin to what the US is doing in Ukraine, where Biden has vowed not to send troops.

Hedge Fund CEO and GOP Candidate David McCormick Files Lawsuit in PA GOP Senate Primary Race - Demands Undated Ballots That Arrived Late Be Counted in Race

Hedge Fund CEO and GOP Candidate David McCormick Files Lawsuit in PA GOP Senate Primary Race - Demands Undated Ballots That Arrived Late Be Counted in Race | 23 May 2022 | Who is former hedge fund CEO David McCormick? A recent fundraiser sponsor in New York for David McCormick was the founder of a consulting firm representing the controversial Dominion Voting Systems. McCormick also made big bucks lobbying for Communist China. McCormick moved back to Pennsylvania to run in the GOP Senate race after Sean Parnell dropped from the race. Last Tuesday night when the mail-in ballots started to come in, David McCormick built a sizeable lead against Dr. Oz and Kathy Barnette in the GOP Senate primary election. There are still votes to count nearly a week later. Dr. Oz leads by less than 1,000 votes after six days of counting. The state is STILL not through counting ballots!

Hillary Clinton approved dissemination of Trump-Russian bank allegations to media, campaign manager testifies

Hillary Clinton approved dissemination of Trump-Russian bank allegations to media, campaign manager testifies --Clinton's former campaign manager said he took the idea of leaking Trump-Russia allegations to multiple senior campaign officials | 20 May 2022 | Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified Friday that then-Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton approved the dissemination of materials alleging a covert communications channel between the Trump Organization and Russia's Alfa Bank to the media, despite campaign officials not being "totally confident" in the legitimacy of the data. Former FBI General Counsel James Baker testified Thursday that the bureau investigated the data alleging a Trump connection to the Kremlin-linked bank, and found "there was nothing there." Mook was called to the stand for testimony by Michael Sussmann's defense Friday... The government asked Mook if Clinton approved "the dissemination" of the data to the media. "She agreed," Mook testified.

CDC Now Recommends COVID-19 Testing for All Domestic Air Travel, Including the Vaccinated

CDC Now Recommends COVID-19 Testing for All Domestic Air Travel, Including the Vaccinated | 22 May 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that all domestic travelers undergo COVID-19 testing before and after they travel--regardless of vaccination status. In an update on the agency's website, anyone traveling within the United States may want to consider "getting tested as close to the time of departure as possible," and no more than three days before a flight. It previously only recommended testing for people who have not received COVID-19 vaccines or up-to-date booster shots. The CDC update is also recommending that people take a test before or after a trip if they went to crowded spaces "while not wearing a well-fitting mask or respirator."

George Soros throws $1M behind Stacey Abrams's second gubernatorial run

George Soros throws $1M behind Stacey Abrams's second gubernatorial run --One Georgia, Inc., quietly launched to aid Abrams's second shot at becoming the Peach State's governor. | 11 May 2022 | Liberal billionaire George Soros has pushed $1 million into Georgia to back Stacey Abrams's second attempt at landing in the governor's office, filings show. Soros's Democracy PAC II, a federal committee bankrolled by $125 million from the financier for the 2022 elections, made a $1 million donation to One Georgia, Inc., on March 11, Federal Election Commission records show. One Georgia Inc. is a leadership committee launched to aid Abrams's candidacy, and Abrams nor the group appear to have publicly announced its existence.

As Monkeypox Cases Spread, Report Shows Gates Foundation, WHO, Pharma Execs Took Part in Monkeypox Pandemic 'Simulation'

As Monkeypox Cases Spread, Report Shows Gates Foundation, WHO, Pharma Execs Took Part in Monkeypox Pandemic 'Simulation' | 23 May 2022 | The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday held an emergency meeting to discuss the outbreak of monkeypox after more than 100 cases were reported across 12 countries. Days before the WHO convened, the Biden administration placed a $119 million order for monkeypox vaccines after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed six people in the U.S. were being monitored for the viral infection, and one person had tested positive... In October 2019, just weeks before the outbreak of COVID-19, the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, along with the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, organized "Event 201," a "high-level pandemic exercise" that mirrored what later followed with COVID-19 pandemic. In March 2021, the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), in conjunction with the Munich Security Conference, held a "tabletop exercise on reducing high-consequence biological threats." This "fictional exercise scenario" involved the simulation of "a deadly, global pandemic involving an unusual strain of monkeypox virus that first emerged in the fictional nation of Brinia and spread globally over 18 months."

First case of monkeypox confirmed in Scotland as contact tracing gets underway

First case of monkeypox confirmed in Scotland as contact tracing gets underway | 23 May 2022 | The first case of monkeypox has been confirmed in Scotland, as a further 56 were identified in England, bringing the UK total to 57. Public Health Scotland (PHS) said the Scottish case has been taken into hospital in line with protocols, and is being treated. Contact tracing has begun and contacts of the case will be offered a vaccine. Scotland has ordered a "small" supply of vaccine to be held in Glasgow and Edinburgh, PHS said, while plans are made for drawing more from UK stocks once a larger storage site is found.

Border Patrol released suspected terrorist who crossed into U.S. illegally, ICE took weeks to rearrest him

Border Patrol released suspected terrorist who crossed into U.S. illegally, ICE took weeks to rearrest him | 23 May 2022 | U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement didn't rearrest a suspected terrorist who was released into the United States by Border Patrol agents until two weeks after he was flagged by the Federal Bureau of Investigations. The suspected terrorist, Isnardo Garcia-Amado, 35, was released into the United States by Border Patrol agents on April 18 near Yuma, Arizona, and given a GPS monitoring device as an alternative to detention, according to a memo from a federal source obtained by Fox News. Garcia-Amado, a Colombian citizen, was then flagged by the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Terrorist Screening Center on April 21, which determined he is a match on the terror watch list.

Is There a Common Link Among the Major Troubles of Our Times? Feat. Professor Michael Rectenwald

Is There a Common Link Among the Major Troubles of Our Times? Feat. Professor Michael Rectenwald --"The Chinese system is effectively the model for the 'Great Reset.' And that is to say, what they have in China is effectively what they’re trying to establish here." -- [CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald | 19 May 2022 | (Interview with Brendon Fallon on Wide Angle) Having returned to the United States after three months away, I reflect on what it is to travel overseas amid globally coordinated pandemic rules and restrictions. Alongside this, I ask the "anti-woke professor" Michael Rectenwald to connect the dots between the present troubles of our times, like the Roe v. Wade contention, record inflation, and food shortages. He points to a common thread to the chaos rising around us: a suspected global control agenda that could drastically change life as we know it; and, by and large, it appears to be in plain view. (Video)

Michael Sussmann: Clinton lawyer 'lied to manipulate FBI over Trump'

Michael Sussmann: Clinton lawyer 'lied to manipulate FBI over Trump' | 18 May 2022 | A lawyer for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign lied to the FBI to "manipulate" the agency in order to win the election, a court has heard. Arguments in the trial of Michael Sussmann have begun with prosecutors saying he hoped to create an "October surprise" in the race's final weeks. Mr. Sussmann has pleaded not guilty. He is the first defendant to go on trial in an investigation into the FBI's original probe to find if Donald Trump was conspiring with Russia... Prosecutors say Mr Sussmann lied by not disclosing in the meeting that he was working for the Democrat's campaign. The indictment charges that he claimed not to be representing any particular client and that he presented himself purely as a concerned citizen.

White House Looks to Be Planning for 'Wave of Infection,' Just in Time for Midterms, Advises Indoor Masking

White House Looks to Be Planning for 'Wave of Infection,' Just in Time for Midterms, Advises Indoor Masking | 22 May 2022 | During his Sunday morning appearance on ABC's This Week, Dr. Ashish Jha, the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health and the White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, spoke of an expected surge of Wuhan coronavirus cases for the coming fall and winter. In other words, the surge is expected to come right before the November midterms. When asked by host Martha Raddatz about the expected surge, Dr. Jha explained they are indeed "planning for a variety of scenarios including a wave of infection this fall and winter," which he used as an opportunity to push "making that sure we have a new generation of vaccines that are being worked on right now, that we have availability of treatments and testing, and we have the resources."

Plan to Discharge Fukushima Water Into Pacific Gets OK From Regulators

Plan to Discharge Fukushima Water Into Pacific Gets OK From Regulators | 18 May 2022 | Despite outcry from local leaders and the Japanese public and warnings from environmental campaigners, Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority on Wednesday gave its approval for a plan to discharge contaminated radioactive water from Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean, a move critics say will pose a major threat to marine life. After spending several months reviewing the plan announced by then-Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's administration last spring, the NRA said discharging more than 1.2 million tons of treated wastewater will help the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) secure space needed to decommission the plant, where three reactors melted down in March 2011 after a tsunami. Assuming the plan goes forward, the discharge is expected to begin in 2023, but critics including the governor of a neighboring prefecture are calling on TEPCO and the Japanese government to consider other options.

Russia bans 963 Americans

Russia bans 963 Americans | 21 May 2022 | The Russian Foreign Ministry on Saturday published a list of US nationals permanently banned from entering the country. The blacklist contains 963 individuals accused of anti-Russian activities. "In response to the continuously imposed anti-Russian sanctions from the US and incoming requests about the exact composition of our national 'stop list,' the Russian Foreign Ministry has published a list of American citizens who are permanently banned from entering Russia," the ministry said in a statement. any new names have been added to the list in the three months since Russia launched its military operation against Ukraine, causing a downward spiral in relations with Washington. The individuals include Joe Biden, his son Hunter, Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and Kamala Harris.

COVID Vaccine Blood Clot Issue 'May Be in the Hundreds,' but 'Heart Issue Is in the Thousands' - Cardiologist

COVID Vaccine Blood Clot Issue 'May Be in the Hundreds,' but 'Heart Issue Is in the Thousands' - Cardiologist | 20 May 2022 | Dr. Sanjay Verma, an adult cardiologist practicing in Coachella Valley, California, sees a few hundred patients a month, and since last summer, he has seen “possibly a dozen” patients whose heart conditions might be connected to the COVID vaccines. "I can only say possibly--not definitively--because we do not yet have any diagnostic test that 100 percent says 'this caused this.' What we do is what's called a process of exclusion. We look for common associations like coronavirus, influenza virus, other infections, atherosclerosis or coronary artery disease, alcohol, recreational drugs, and if everything keeps coming back negative or normal, then by default and process of exclusion, vaccine-associated heart injury is a probability. "Usually we don’t even see that many [heart problems] in a year," Verma said. Adding that prior to the pandemic it would be "much less than that per year." Verma is puzzled as to why the media has given more attention to COVID vaccine blood clot issues when there have been many more cases of myocarditis, according to his observation.

Belgium becomes first country to introduce compulsory monkeypox quarantine

Belgium becomes first country to introduce compulsory monkeypox quarantine --Anyone testing positive must isolate for 21 days as 14 countries now confirm outbreaks and doctors warn of 'significant rise' in UK cases | 22 May 2022 | Belgium has become the first country to introduce a compulsory 21-day monkeypox quarantine - as 14 countries now confirm outbreaks of the viral disease and doctors warn of a "significant rise" in UK cases Those who contract the virus will now have to self-isolate for three weeks, Belgian health authorities have said, after three cases were recorded in the country. The infections, the first of which was recorded on Friday, are all linked to a festival in the port city of Antwerp. It comes as doctors have warned that the UK faces a "significant" rise in infections and the government's response is "critical" in containing its spread... Health Secretary Sajid Javid yesterday revealed another 11 Britons had tested positive for the virus, taking the total to 20. The cases include a British child currently in a critical condition at a London hospital, while a further 100 infections have been recorded in Europe.

ECDC Bombshell: 'Monkeypox Outbreak Appears to Have Leaked From Ukraine Lab'

ECDC Bombshell: 'Monkeypox Outbreak Appears to Have Leaked From Ukraine Lab' | 22 May 2022 | The current monkeypox outbreak originated from a bioweapons lab in Ukraine, a source at the European Centers For Disease Control reportedly has revealed. Independent investigator Dr. Benjamin Braddock claims that an unnamed source at the ECDC told him that preliminary analysis of the monkeypox strain currently doing the rounds found the virus came from a lab and may be related to U.S. biological research in Ukraine. "ECDC source tells me that the preliminary analysis of monkeypox indicates that it is 'a third lab strain with unknown characteristics' and that there is chatter about this being somehow related to Moscow's charges against U.S. biological activities in Ukraine," Braddock tweeted on Saturday.

Jair Bolsonaro Says Brazil Will Not Sign Globalist WHO Pandemic Treaty

Jair Bolsonaro Says Brazil Will Not Sign Globalist WHO Pandemic Treaty | 21 May 2022 | Jair Bolsonaro announced this week that Brazil will not turn over its sovereignty to the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO, led by Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus failed repeatedly and pushed outright lies about the China Coronavirus pandemic in 2020. As The Gateway Pundit was first to report back in March 2020, Dr. Tedros claimed COVID had a mortality rate for those who caught the virus of 3.4%, causing a global panic. This proved to be a ridiculous overestimation of the facts based on faulty calculations... Tedros and the WHO also urged countries not to shut down travel from China, and pushed restrictions that did little to nothing to lessen the severity of the pandemic.

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