Federal agencies withholding data behind pilot heart condition change, COVID vax stroke reversal

Federal agencies withholding data behind pilot heart condition change, COVID vax stroke reversal | 20 Jan 2023 | Federal agencies are withholding the data behind recent decisions that relate or may relate to COVID-19 vaccines and severe adverse events, fueling speculation that they are putting both vaccinated and unvaccinated lives at risk. The Federal Aviation Administration told Just the News it widened the acceptable range of heart rhythms for commercial pilots, who were initially subject to industry-wide vaccine mandates, in light of "[n]ew scientific evidence" that it has yet to specify. The Oct. 26 update to the heart arrhythmias section of the FAA Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners made two key changes. The agency raised the maximum so-called PR interval for first-degree atrioventricular block to 300 milliseconds, with no regard to age, on the list of "normal variants" that don't require deferment in the absence of "symptoms or AME concerns." FAA spokesperson Ian Gregor provided a modified version of the statement the agency released last spring after American Airlines pilot Robert Snow blamed his in-flight cardiac arrest on coerced vaccination.

'Bombshell' Emails Reveal Fauci Was Part of NIH and Who Conspiracy to Silence Wuhan Lab Leak Theory

'Bombshell' Emails Reveal Fauci Was Part of NIH and Who Conspiracy to Silence Wuhan Lab Leak Theory | 21 Jan 2023 | Dr. Anthony Fauci, once considered America's top Covid doctor, conspired with influential scientists around the world, including at the World Health Organization, to quell concerns that SARS-CoV-2 may have leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, newly un-redacted emails show. The newly released emails raise questions about Dr. Fauci's motives in dispelling public scrutiny over the potential the novel coronavirus had escaped from the Wuhan laboratory. Fauci had misled Congress over the extent that the National Institutes of Health had funded the Wuhan lab as a subcontractor of EcoHealth Alliance. The Wuhan laboratory was also funded by the Pentagon, contract awards show. The un-redacted NIH emails show how public questioning that SARS-CoV-2 may have escaped from a laboratory was a concern for the group's scientists lest it become a "conspiracy theory."

Ghislaine Maxwell claims Prince Andrew, Virginia Giuffre photo is 'fake,' has 'no memory' of the pair meeting

Ghislaine Maxwell claims Prince Andrew, Virginia Giuffre photo is 'fake,' has 'no memory' of the pair meeting | 22 Jan 2023 | Ghislaine Maxwell alleged in her first jailhouse interview that the notorious photograph of Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre at her London home in 2000 is likely a "fake," claiming she has "no memory" of introducing the pair more than two decades ago. The Oxford-educated Maxwell, who is serving a 20-year sentence in a Florida federal prison for her role in a scheme to sexually exploit and abuse multiple minor girls with Jeffrey Epstein over the course of a decade, was recently interviewed by British broadcaster Jeremy Kyle from behind bars... "I have no memory of them [Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre] meeting and I don't think that picture is real," Maxwell added of the photograph. "There is no original of that photo, [only] copies of it that have been produced, copies of copies. Parts of it, according to some experts, looks like it has been photoshopped." ..."Well, it’s a fake," Maxwell said. "I don't believe it's real for a second. In fact, I'm sure it's not." "Well, there's never been an original," she added. "And further, there’s no photograph. I've only ever seen a photocopy of it."

DOJ seizes more classified docs from Biden's Wilmington home after 12-hour FBI search

DOJ seizes more classified docs from Biden's Wilmington home after 12-hour FBI search | 21 Jan 2023 | The Justice Department seized additional classified records from Joe Biden's Wilmington, Delaware, home after an FBI search on Friday, Fox News has learned. "On Jan. 20, 2023, the FBI executed a planned, consensual search of the President's residence in Wilmington, Delaware," Joseph D. Fitzpatrick, an assistant U.S. attorney to U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Illinois John Lausch, told Fox News Saturday. Lausch was the DOJ official running the investigation into Biden's improper retention of classified records ahead of the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Hur... The FBI search began Friday morning at 9:45 a.m. and concluded Friday night around 10:30 p.m.

More New Yorkers moved to Florida in 2022 than any year in history in staggering exodus

More New Yorkers moved to Florida in 2022 than any year in history in staggering exodus | 19 Jan 2023 | Dazed and abused by high taxes and rising crime, more New Yorkers fled to Florida in 2022 than any year in history, according to new data. A staggering 64,577 Empire Staters exchanged their driver's licenses for the Sunshine State version last year, according to figures from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. "They come in every day," a staffer at a Jacksonville DMV office told The Post this week with a weary laugh. "I hear all the complaints. I feel like a therapist sometimes." The worker said the venting refugees harbor a long list of grievances -- with taxes and eroding quality of life at the top of the list.

Border Patrol nabbed 17 people on FBI terror watch list at southern border in December

Border Patrol nabbed 17 people on FBI terror watch list at southern border in December | 21 Jan 2023 | Border Patrol agents stopped 17 people on the FBI's terror watch list at the southern border in December, bringing the total of individuals arrested at the southern border to 38 already for the current fiscal year. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) latest numbers for December, released on Friday, revealed Border Patrol has arrested 17 people at the southern border whose names match on the FBI's Terrorist Screening Database (TSDB) -- which contains information about the identities of those who are known or "reasonably suspected" of being involved in terrorist activities. December's numbers bring the total number of terror watch list arrests between the ports of entry to 38 since FY 2023 began on Oct 1. There were 98 terror watch list arrests in FY22, 15 in FY21 and just three in FY 20 at the southern border caught between ports of entry.

Where Did All the Workers Go?

Where Did All the Workers Go? | 20 Jan 2023 | In a November 30, 2022, speech on "Inflation and the Labor Market," Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell blamed most of the 3.5 million estimated shortfall in the U.S. labor force on premature retirements. He also blamed a large portion -- between 280,000 and 680,000 – on "long Covid." In a footnote, however, Powell acknowledged a far more somber factor: an estimated 400,000 unexpected deaths among working age people... In 2020, Covid did not take very many lives of healthy young and middle-age people -- for example, the types of people who are employed at large and mid-size companies and who have group life insurance. ...[G]roup life insurance benefit payments in 2020 were barely higher than in 2018... In 2021, however, group life payments exploded by 20.7 percent over the five year average and by 15 percent over the acute pandemic year of 2020. Why would healthy young and middle-age people suddenly begin dying in large numbers in 2021 when they'd navigated 2020 with relative success? Especially when we consider that in 2021, the US administered 520 million Covid-19 vaccine doses. Shouldn't healthy people employed in good jobs with good benefits, now protected with vaccines, have fared better in 2021 than in 2020?

Utah doctor allegedly destroyed vaccines, gave fake shots to children

Utah doctor allegedly destroyed vaccines, gave fake shots to children | 18 Jan 2023 | A Utah plastic surgeon, his neighbor, and two others are facing charges after allegedly giving people fake vaccination cards and destroying government-provided COVID-19 vaccinations. Dr. Michael Kirk Moore Jr., 58, and his neighbor, Kristin Jackson Andersen, 59, have been charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States, conspiracy to convert, sell, convey, and dispose of government property, conversion sale, conveyance, and disposal of government property and aiding and abetting. The Plastic Institute of Utah Inc., along with office manager Kari Dee Burgoyne, 52, and receptionist Sandra Flores, 31, face the same charges. According to court documents, Moore and his co-defendants allegedly ran a scheme out of Plastic Surgery Institute of Utah Inc. to defraud the United States and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The documents say Moore and Andersen [two heroes] were members of a private organization seeking to "liberate the medical profession from government and industry conflicts of interest." [Speaking of missing government property, when are charges getting filed for this? Pentagon can't account for $220 billion in gov't property, fails fifth audit.]

Customs officials are seizing eggs [instead of fentanyl] at the U.S.-Mexico border

Insane in the membrane: Customs officials are seizing eggs [instead of fentanyl] at the U.S.-Mexico border | 20 Jan 2023 | U.S. customs officials are cracking down on egg smugglers. With egg prices soaring in the U.S. over the last year, more Americans are crossing into Mexico to buy the food item and trying to sneak cartons of raw eggs along some areas of the southern border, including California and Texas. "We are seeing an increase in people attempting to cross eggs from Juarez to El Paso because they are significantly less expensive in Mexico than the U.S.," U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesman Roger Maier told CBS MoneyWatch. "This is also occurring with added frequency at other Southwest border locations." [This is all part of the Great Reset.]

FDA assigned Pfizer's COVID vaccine a license number months prior to actually licensing it

FDA assigned Pfizer's COVID vaccine a license number months prior to actually licensing it | 6 Jan 2023 | Back in July 2020, when the U.S. Government committed to purchasing millions of doses of Pfizer's Covid vaccines prior to the vaccines actually being authorized for use in the American public, some wondered whether the FDA's "review" process for granting Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) was just a mere formality... Based on an FDA document that ICAN's (Informed Consent Action Network) attorneys recently obtained, it appears we can now say that the FDA's post-EUA procedure for determining whether to formally license Pfizer's Covid vaccine was indeed just that - a mere formality. On June 17, 2021, the FDA drafted a memo announcing that it was issuing a license number for Pfizer's Covid vaccine. But the FDA didn't actually license the Pfizer's Covid vaccine until several months later on August 23, 2021. In the document, the FDA makes the stunning admission that, while granting a BLA license number prior to actual licensing was a "deviation from [the FDA's] normal practice," it was doing so to "facilitate product labeling and distribution" because it had reviewed "much" of the information in Pfizer's licensing application.

COVID Vaccines 'Opened the Floodgates' for New Wave of mRNA Vaccines for Livestock

COVID Vaccines 'Opened the Floodgates' for New Wave of mRNA Vaccines for Livestock | 19 Jan 2023 | Several new government- and industry-funded studies are underway to develop mRNA vaccines for livestock, part of the massive expansion of the animal vaccine industry projected to be worth $26.12 billion by 2030. Researchers at Iowa State University are undertaking a project funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop mRNA vaccine technology to prevent bovine respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). ...Researchers in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service experimented with vaccinating captive-bred black-footed ferrets against COVID-19. They also experimented with social distancing and quarantining of ferrets. "Third generation vaccines," including DNA, RNA and recombinant viral vector vaccines, are not only administered to livestock -- but they also are being developed for companion animals and wild animals.

CDC Knowingly Left Serious Adverse Events Off Post-Vaccination Surveys, Documents Show

CDC Knowingly Left Serious Adverse Events Off Post-Vaccination Surveys, Documents Show | 19 Jan 2023 | The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) didn't include serious adverse events like heart inflammation on post-vaccination surveys even though the agency knew the issues could be linked to COVID-19 vaccines, documents show. Even before the surveys were rolled out in December 2020 after the first vaccines were authorized, the CDC knew that myocarditis--a form of heart inflammation since confirmed as being caused by the Pfizer and Moderna shots--and other serious adverse events were of "special interest" when it came to the vaccines, according to a newly disclosed version of the protocol for the survey system. The Nov. 19, 2020, protocol for V-safe, the survey system, lists myocarditis, stroke, death, and a dozen "prespecified medical conditions." The protocol was obtained by the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), a nonprofit that seeks transparency around health information. All of the conditions can cause severe symptoms.

Russia moves to leave European treaties

Russia moves to leave European treaties | 17 Jan 2023 | President Vladimir Putin instructed Russian lawmakers on Tuesday to adopt a law that would formally end the country's participation in 21 treaties and charters related to the Council of Europe. Moscow withdrew from the human rights body last March, claiming it had been captured by the US and its allies and only serves Western political objectives. Putin has formally submitted the bill on terminating the treaties to State Duma chair Vyacheslav Volodin, following the provisions of a 1995 federal law. Among the 21 treaties that will cease to apply to Russia is the charter of the Council of Europe (CoE), the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, the European Convention for the Suppression of Terrorism, the European Charter of Local Self-Government, and the European Social Charter. The CoE will also lose the immunities and privileges granted by the charter.

U.S. may assist Ukrainian strikes on Crimea - NYT

U.S. may assist Ukrainian strikes on Crimea - NYT | 19 Jan 2023 | The U.S. government is weighing whether to supply Ukraine with the capability to attack the strategically important Crimean Peninsula, according to the New York Times. The discussions highlight a gradual shift among U.S. officials toward more brazen support for Kiev, even as Washington insists it does not seek confrontation with Moscow. Following months of hesitation, the White House is now warming to the idea that Ukraine may "need the power" for strikes deep inside Russian territory, namely military targets in Crimea, the Times reported on Wednesday, citing several unnamed U.S. officials.

Biden Regime Announces Massive $2.5 Billion Weapons Package for Ukraine

Biden Regime Announces Massive $2.5 Billion Weapons Package for Ukraine | 19 Jan 2023 | America last. The Biden Regime on Thursday announced another massive weapons package for Ukraine. The U.S. pledged a $2.5 billion package of military aid for Ukraine which includes 59 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, missiles, Avenger air defense systems, and more. Joe Biden has already sent tens of billions of dollars to Ukraine in the last year... CBS released a documentary titled Arming Ukraine. The documentary looked into what has happened to the military weapons that have been given to Ukraine. It exposed that only "like 30%" of weapons given to Ukraine reached their final destination.

Pentagon Still Can't Account for Roughly $220 Billion in Equipment, Gov't Watchdog Says

Pentagon Still Can't Account for Roughly $220 Billion in Equipment, Gov't Watchdog Says | 17 Jan 2023 | The Department of Defense (DOD) has neglected to address its inability to keep track of at least $220 billion in equipment provided to government contractors, according to a Tuesday report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Auditors first reported the Pentagon's failure to account for government-owned equipment or material offered up for use to contracting agencies, also called government furnished property, in 2001, according to the report. DOD has made little improvement since then, increasing the risk that the Pentagon could accidentally overlook errors in the books. "This long-standing issue affects the accounting and reporting of GFP and is one of the reasons DOD is unable to produce auditable financial statements," GAO said. Of all the major federal agencies GAO is obligated to review, DOD is the only one unable to receive an opinion on its financial statements.

Pentagon can't account for $220 billion in gov't property, fails fifth audit

Pentagon can't account for $220 billion in gov't property, fails fifth audit | 18 Jan 2023 | A Tuesday report by the Government Accountability Office revealed that the Department of Defense failed its fifth audit in a row after it could not account for at least $220 billion in government-furnished property, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported. The DOD has been mandated by federal law to complete audits since 1994; however, the mandate was ignored for decades due to the agency's massive size, according to Military.com. Since launching its first independent audit, in 2017 the Pentagon has never passed. The Pentagon failed its fifth audit in November after the agency could not prove expenditures for 61% of its $3.5 trillion in assets. To perform this year's overall audit of the DOD, which was expected to cost $218 million, the agency aggregated 27 separate audits conducted by approximately 1,600 auditors. According to Military.com, the auditors performed 220 in-person site visits and 750 virtual site visits.

Connecticut bill would let minors 12 and up get vaccines without parental consent

Connecticut bill would let minors 12 and up get vaccines without parental consent | 18 Jan 2023 | A new bill introduced to the Connecticut state legislature (Connecticut General Assembly) would allow children ages 12 and up to receive vaccines without parental consent. Democratic state Rep. Kevin Ryan introduced the measure, which would amend Connecticut's general statutes to give children 12 and older the right to access "vaccinations without the consent of a parent or guardian." Currently, children under the age of 18 in Connecticut need a parent or guardian to give written or verbal consent to receive medical care, including vaccination. State Rep. Holly Cheeseman (R) expressed concerns to WTNH about what could happen if a child had an adverse side effect [not to mention, suddenly dropping dead] to a vaccine and the guardian was not aware they had received the shot. The proposed bill was referred Tuesday to the state legislature's Joint Committee on Public Health, which will decide whether to move the legislation forward.

New Zealand Totalitarian Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Announces She Will Resign and Step Down on Sunday

New Zealand Totalitarian Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Announces She Will Resign and Step Down on Sunday | 18 Jan 2023 | After destroying all individual freedoms in her idyllic island country, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Wednesday that she will resign and step down on Sunday... Ardern had proudly declared free speech a "weapon of war" at the United Nations. She told Kiwis not to talk to their neighbors... Ardern insisted her party trailing in the polls the the rival National Party ahead of the upcoming election had nothing to do with her decision to step down.

Supreme Court rejects New York gun retailers' bid to block new concealed carry laws

Supreme Court rejects New York gun retailers' bid to block new concealed carry laws | 18 Jan 2023 | The Supreme Court rejected a bid by New York gun retailers on Wednesday to block a slew of new gun control laws in the state, which they argued violate their Second Amendment rights and hurt their businesses. There were no noted dissents in the order or explanations from the justices for their decision. "We are disappointed that not one of the nine justices saw fit to grant the plaintiffs some stay of enforcement of the new laws against them," Paloma Capanna, the lead attorney for the New York gun retailers, told Fox News Digital on Wednesday... Wednesday's order comes one week after the high court rejected a separate bid by gun rights activists to block the Concealed Carry Improvement Act, which was implemented last year by New York's Democrat-controlled legislature.

FAA Quietly Indicates U.S. Pilots' Hearts Are Damaged After Taking Vaccines

FAA Quietly Indicates U.S. Pilots' Hearts Are Damaged After Taking Vaccines | 17 Jan 2023 | A report from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) admits that the EKG's of pilots are no longer normal. This report has been hidden by the FAA. Steve Kirsch released a report Tuesday where he shares some very disturbing information about the health of Americans and pilots flying us all around the world. According to Kirsch: "After the vaccine rolled out, the FAA secretly widened the EKG parameter range for pilots so they wouldn’t be grounded. It looks like the vax gave at least 50M Americans heart damage." Kirsch also noted: "In the October 2022 version of the FAA Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners, the FAA quietly widened the EKG parameters beyond the normal range (from a PR max of .2 to unlimited). And they didn't widen the range by a little. They widened it by a lot. It was done after the vaccine rollout."

Pentagon Not Pursuing Back Pay for Those Dismissed Due to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Pentagon Not Pursuing Back Pay for Those Dismissed Due to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate | 17 Jan 2023 | The Department of Defense indicated on Tuesday it is not going to consider back pay for troops discharged due to having refused to take a COVID-19 vaccine amid mandates that were recently lifted. At a press briefing, Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder was asked by a reporter whether the Pentagon was still "actively exploring" providing back pay or reinstatement to the separated service members. "In terms of back pay, you're talking specifically on COVID vaccination? What I would tell you is right now, we are not currently pursuing back pay to service members who were dismissed for refusing to take the COVID vaccination," Ryder responded. He did not provide any comment on reinstatement. More than 8,000 service members have been discharged for refusing the vaccine.

Ukraine may get another Patriot battery

Ukraine may get another Patriot battery --Dutch PM promised to "join" the US and Germany on the "Patriot project" | 18 Jan 2023 | Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has announced that the Netherlands agreed to send Kiev one of its missile defense systems, even as Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte remained extremely vague and avoided making any specific commitments. "We have the intention to join what you are doing with Germany on the Patriot project," Rutte told Joe Biden ahead of their meeting at the White House on Tuesday, offering no details besides that he already discussed the issue with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Rutte previously told public broadcaster NOS that the "idea is not only training but also equipment," though the country's military has yet to review "what exactly we have, how can we ensure that it works well with the American and German systems."

Secret Service doesn't record visitors at Biden's 'weekend White House' where classified docs were found

Secret Service doesn't record visitors at Biden's 'weekend White House' where classified docs were found | 16 Jan 2023 | The Secret Service said Monday it does not track who comes and goes from Joe Biden's Delaware residence where classified documents were improperly stored -- despite Biden using the home as a weekend White House. Since taking office in January 2021, Biden has made 52 trips to the Wilmington house, spending all or part of 167 days there, according to a tally by The Post. Despite the frequency of the president's [sic] trips home, Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told FoxNews.com "we don't independently maintain our own visitor logs because it's a private residence." Guglielmi's statement goes beyond two previous claims made by the Secret Service last year to The Post in response to records requests for visitor information at Biden's Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach homes.

Top U.S. general inspects Ukrainian troops

Top U.S. general inspects Ukrainian troops --Mark Milley visited a German camp to oversee the Pentagon's newly expanded training program | 17 Jan 2023 | U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, the highest-ranking officer in the American armed forces, met with Ukrainian soldiers undergoing Pentagon training at a base in Germany, where Washington recently stepped up efforts to prepare foreign troops for combat. The general visited the U.S. Army's Grafenwoehr Training Area in the German state of Bavaria for just shy of two hours on Monday, overseeing training operations with Ukrainian soldiers and their American instructors. The trip coincided with an expansion of the U.S. training program for Ukrainian troops at the Grafenwoehr base just one day prior, with Milley saying the Pentagon now hopes to turn out 500 combat-ready soldiers in five to eight weeks.

Dr. Harriet Hall, Staunch Critic of Anti-vaxxers and Alternative Medicine, Dies in Her Sleep

Dr. Harriet Hall, Staunch Critic of Anti-vaxxers and Alternative Medicine, Dies in Her Sleep | 16 Jan 2023 | Dr. Harriet "The SkepDoc" Hall, an author of a science medicine blog slamming the anti-vaxxers and critic of alternative medicine, died suddenly in her sleep last week. Dr. Hall was a retired Air Force physician and flight surgeon who writes about pseudoscience and questionable medical practices... She was a proponent of the vaccination mandate and against all-natural remedies. "Are you contemplating getting a second booster for COVID-19? Check out my SkepDoc's Corner at Skept Inquirer to find out why I say your decision should be a resounding YES!" she wrote in a post.

Biden Signs on to 'Declaration of North America' (DNA) With Canada and Mexico - Is the Planned North America Union Making a Comeback?

Biden Signs on to 'Declaration of North America' (DNA) With Canada and Mexico - Is the Planned North America Union Making a Comeback? By Leo Hohmann | 16 Jan 2023 | Joe Biden met last week in Mexico City with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for the 10th North American Leaders' Summit. The three leaders signed onto a document that looks like a prelude to a North American Union, which the globalists talked a lot about during the George W. Bush [illegitimate] presidency. It looks like the push toward a merger of the U.S., Canada and Mexico may be back on the front burner if this document is any indication. The document attracted very little media attention since it was released on January 10, as the mainstream corporate press focused instead on classified documents found in Biden's office and home... The stated goal of the document is to fortify the continent's "security, prosperity, sustainability and inclusiveness." The North American leaders, dubbed the "Three Amigos," committed their countries to six "pillars," all of which were taken straight from United Nations documents Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030.

Omicron Subvariant XBB.1.5 Could Be More Likely to Infect Vaccinated - NYC Health Officials

Omicron Subvariant XBB.1.5 Could Be More Likely to Infect Vaccinated - NYC Health Officials | 16 Jan 2023 | The Omicron XBB.1.5 variant of COVID-19 is more likely to infect individuals who have been vaccinated, according to New York City health officials. "Omicron subvariant XBB.1.5 now accounts for 73 percent of all sequenced COVID-19 cases in NYC. XBB.1.5 is the most transmissible form of COVID-19 that we know of to date and may be more likely to infect people who have been vaccinated or already had COVID-19," the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene wrote on Twitter on Jan. 13. Despite this, the department [insanely] urged New Yorkers to get vaccinated and receive the updated COVID-19 booster shot, stating that doing so "is still the best way to protect yourself from hospitalization and death from COVID-19, including from these new variants." ...In an interview with Science News on Jan. 13, infectious diseases specialist Peter Chin-Hong of the University of California, San Francisco, stated that vaccinations are likely to provide just three months of protection against the XBB.1.5 variant of COVID-19.

Congressional Democrat Moves to End Free Speech for White People

Congressional Democrat Moves to End Free Speech for White People --Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee has introduced legislation that will charge white people with federal "hate crimes" for questioning immigration, or criticizing non-whites. | 15 Jan 2023 | Texas Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee has introduced legislation to Congress that would end free speech for white people in the United States, creating a new type of speech-based federal "hate crime" with which only white people can be charged. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee's "Leading Against White Supremacy Act of 2023," which, as the name suggests, would only be enforced against white people, makes it illegal for white people to question open-borders immigration, advocate for preserving America's culture and traditional demographic make-up, or even criticize minorities... Under Jackson Lee's legislation, merely posting online about the decline of American culture, at the hands of open borders immigration, could land a white person in federal prison. "A person engages in a white supremacy [sic] inspired hate crime when white supremacy ideology has motivated the planning, development, preparation, or perpetration of actions that constituted a crime or were undertaken in furtherance of activity that, if effectuated, would have constituted a crime," Jackson Lee's bill reads, laying the groundwork for her all-out attack on white American's constitutionally protected freedom of speech.

House Democrat Introduces Legislation to End Free Speech for White People

House Democrat Introduces Legislation to End Free Speech for White People --Under legislation proposed by Jackson Lee, a white person could face federal imprisonment for posting online about the impact of open borders immigration on American culture. | 16 Jan 2023 | House Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas is introducing legislation that would end free speech for white people in the United States. The representative wants to define "hate speech" that only white people can be charged with. In her "Leading Against White Supremacy Act of 2023," which clearly suggests that this bill only applies to white people, white people would not be allowed to ask questions about open borders, criticize minorities or advocate for preserving American culture... Under Jackson Lee's legislation, if federal investigators determine that the web postings of a third party had "inspire[d]" someone else, even someone they don't know, to commit a federal hate crime, that person would be arrested, and federally charged with a hate crime of their own. Specifically, Jackson Lee targets Americans who are in favor of border security, calling out "replacement theory" by name, an ideology that holds that open borders and mass migration into the Western World are part of a deliberate effort to "replace" white people in their native lands.

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