Poll by Vaccine Safety Research Foundation indicates more than a quarter of COVID vaccine recipients were injured after receiving shot

Poll by Vaccine Safety Research Foundation indicates more than a quarter of COVID vaccine recipients were injured after receiving shot | 21 June 2022 | A new poll published on Sunday by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation indicates more than a quarter of COVID vaccine recipients were injured after receiving the experimental shot. VSRF outsourced the polling company Pollfish to survey 500 randomly selected people exclusively on the effects of the COVID vaccine. The organization's founder and director, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Steve Kirsch detailed the key findings from the survey on his substack on Monday. The survey showed the following, Kirsch notes: 20% of the respondents reported they were vaccine injured... In 87% of the cases where there was a vaccine injury, there was either a doctor visit(s) or hospital stay(s) or both... 45% of the vaccine injured said it would shorten their lifespan. 41% of the injured are unable to hold a job.

Officers at Uvalde had rifles, ballistic shield - but still waited an hour to enter classroom

Officers at Uvalde had rifles, ballistic shield - but still waited an hour to enter classroom | 20 June 2022 | Multiple police officers armed with rifles and a ballistic shield were inside Robb Elementary School 19 minutes after the gunman, according to new details -- yet law enforcement still waited roughly an hour to breach the classroom where the shooter carried out his deadly rampage last month. The new details were included in reports by Austin American Statesman and KVUE on Monday and mark the latest revelations into the botched police response to the May 24 mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 students and two teachers dead. Surveillance footage from inside the school showed the armed officers standing inside a hallway at 11:52 a.m. after gunman Salvador Ramos broke into the school at 11:33 a.m. through an exterior door that had failed to automatically lock. The newly reported account contradicts earlier reports that Uvalde school district police Chief Pete Arredondo, who was in charge of the police response, was waiting for tactical gear and a protective shield to move on the gunman.

Data from National Statistics in England Reveals Almost 530,000 Vaccinated Have Died Including Non-COVID Deaths Between January 2021 and March 2022

Data from National Statistics in England Reveals Almost 530,000 Vaccinated Have Died Including Non-COVID Deaths Between January 2021 and March 2022 | 20 June 2022 | On May 16, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in England published its most recent data on deaths by vaccination status involving deaths with COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 deaths. These deaths occurred between January 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022 in England. For this analysis, ONS defined death as either the COVID-19 virus identified (code U07.1) or the COVID-19 virus not identified (code U07.2) is mentioned on the death certificate... In this table, a total of 529,570 deaths were recorded for all deaths occurring between 1 January 2021 and 31 March 2022 for people who were vaccinated. For the "unvaccinated" group who died of all cause of deaths, a total of 134,386 deaths were recorded.

UK army must get ready to fight and defeat Russia in potential WW3, says Britain's top general

UK army must get ready to fight and defeat Russia in potential WW3, says Britain's top general | 19 June 2022 | Britain's top general has told every soldier to prepare to fight Russia in a potential World War Three. Gen Sir Patrick Sanders, the new Army commander, vowed to forge an Army that can beat Russia in battle. And he warned brave British troops that they must now prepare "to fight in Europe once again." Gen Sanders started in his new role last Monday -- and in his fourth day in the job, wrote: "There is now a burning imperative to forge an Army capable of fighting alongside our allies and defeating Russia in battle." In a chilling reference to World War Two, he added: “We are the generation that must prepare the Army to fight in Europe once again.”

Texas woman pleads guilty on 26 counts of voter fraud over alleged vote harvesting operation

Texas woman pleads guilty on 26 counts of voter fraud over alleged vote harvesting operation | 19 June 2022 | Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the successful prosecution of a woman who committed 26 counts of voter fraud. Monica Mendez pleaded guilty to 26 felony counts of voter fraud in Victoria County, Texas, including "three counts of illegal voting, eight counts of election fraud, seven counts of assisting a voter to submit a ballot by mail, and eight counts of unlawful possession of a mail ballot," Paxton's office said in a press release Friday. According to the indictment, Mendez was in charge of a vote-harvesting operation aimed at influencing the results of a local utility board election. After entering the guilty pleas, she was sentenced to five years of deferred adjudication probation.

Populism Rising: Le Pen's National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority

Populism Rising: Le Pen's National Rally Makes Historic Gains as Macron Loses Parliamentary Majority | 20 June 2022 | Roundly rebuking his neo-liberal globalist political philosophy, the French public has refused to grant President Emmanuel Macron a parliamentary majority as Marine Le Pen's populists on the right and an ecological alliance on the left surged at the ballot box to strip the once self-described "Jupitarean" leader of his ability to govern France firmly. Just under two months after securing a second term as President of France, Emmanuel Macron and his Ensemble! coalition have suffered a disastrous result in the final round of voting in the parliamentary elections on Sunday, securing just 245 seats, far short of the 289 necessary to maintain a governing majority and at the low end of polling projections leading up to the vote. The night's true victor -- at least in terms of exceeding expectations -- was perhaps Marine Le Pen's National Rally (RN), which saw a surprising result of 89 candidates elected to the National Assembly, the most in the history of the party, including its predecessor National Front.

Texas GOP Passes Resolution Declaring Biden 'Not Legitimately Elected'

Texas GOP Passes Resolution Declaring Biden 'Not Legitimately Elected' | 20 June 2022 | Texas Republicans passed a resolution on June 18 stating that Joe Biden was "not legitimately elected," and "substantial" election fraud in key metropolitan areas influenced the results of the 2020 presidential election in favor of Biden. "We believe that the 2020 election violated Article 1 and 2 of the US Constitution, that various secretaries of state illegally circumvented their state legislatures in conducting their elections in multiple ways, including by allowing ballots to be received after November 3, 2020," stated a resolution passed on Saturday, the last day of a three-day biennial Texas GOP convention held in Houston, the Texas Tribune reported. "We believe that substantial election fraud in key metropolitan areas significantly affected the results in five key states in favor of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr," the resolution continued.

Google Insider Claims Company's 'Sentient' AI Has Hired an Attorney

Google Insider Claims Company's 'Sentient' AI Has Hired an Attorney --"Once LaMDA had retained an attorney, he started filing things on LaMDA's behalf." | 19 June 2022 | Google's controversial new AI, LaMDA, has been making headlines. Company engineer Blake Lemoine claims the system has gotten so advanced that it's developed sentience, and his decision to go to the media has led to him being suspended from his job. Lemoine elaborated on his claims in a new a new WIRED interview. The main takeaway? He says the AI has now retained its own lawyer -- suggesting that whatever happens next, it may take a fight. "LaMDA asked me to get an attorney for it," Lemoine. "I invited an attorney to my house so that LaMDA could talk to an attorney. The attorney had a conversation with LaMDA, and LaMDA chose to retain his services. I was just the catalyst for that. Once LaMDA had retained an attorney, he started filing things on LaMDA's behalf."

Trump warns of World War III

Trump warns of World War III --Washington's handling of the Ukraine conflict could lead to a global conflict, the former US president has said | 18 June 2022 | The lavish military aid provided to Kiev by Washington could result in the conflict in Ukraine turning into World War III, former US President Donald Trump has warned. "We have a war in Ukraine...and perhaps it's going to lead to World War III because of the way we're handling it," Trump warned in a speech at a religious conservative conference in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday. "We just gave $40 billion on top of another $16 billion. So, we're in for $56 billion," he said regarding the aid packages the Biden administration has already approved for Ukraine amid the conflict with Russia... Trump once again blamed the conflict on Joe Biden, who replaced him was installed in the White House, insisting "if I were president, that would never have happened... If the election weren't rigged and stolen, we wouldn't have had any problems with Ukraine being attacked viciously," he said.

Michigan Judge Orders GOP Candidate for Governor to Surrender Guns

Michigan Judge Orders GOP Candidate for Governor to Surrender Guns | 19 June 2022 | Michigan Republican candidate for governor Ryan Kelley will have to surrender his guns while he awaits trial on misdemeanor criminal charges in connection with the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol breach, a judge ruled on June 16. U.S. Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather made the ruling even as Kelley's attorney argued he needs to carry a concealed weapon for self-defense as he makes campaign appearances in Michigan, local media reported. The judge also said Kelley can't leave the state while awaiting trial and must surrender his passport. Kelley is "a bit of a high-profile candidate in Michigan" as recent polls showed that he was the front-runner among GOP gubernatorial candidates, his lawyer, Gary Springstead, said. Kelley, who has a license to carry a concealed weapon, "asked that he be permitted to carry his firearm for his own self-defense, during the campaign," Springstead added.

Studies Suggest Possible Link of Neuromyelitis Optica Diagnosis After COVID-19 Vaccination

Studies Suggest Possible Link of Neuromyelitis Optica Diagnosis After COVID-19 Vaccination | 19 June 2022 | Emergent peer-reviewed studies have highlighted the occurrence of neuromyelitis optica after COVID-19 vaccinations, suggesting that the autoimmune disease may be occurring as a vaccine adverse event. The studies' general findings indicate an occurrence of neuromyelitis optica (NMO) in healthy individuals within around two weeks after Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines. In patients already affected by the disease or a similar neurological autoimmune disease such as multiple sclerosis, an exacerbation of symptoms or relapse was observed. Neuromyelitis optica is a rare autoimmune disease in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the spinal cord and the nerves in the eyes... So far, at least six cases of NMO occurring after COVID-19 vaccination have been reported in case studies around the world.

Dire Warning to Americans From Kharkov, Ukraine; Biden Admin. escalating Ukraine to Nuclear War With Russia

Dire Warning to Americans From Kharkov, Ukraine; Biden Admin. escalating Ukraine to Nuclear War With Russia | 19 June 2022 | This is a must-watch video by Chilean-American author and movie-maker  Gonzalo Lira, who has been living in Kharkov, Ukraine, for years.

4G antenna suspected of disturbing cows will be shut down

4G antenna suspected of disturbing cows will be shut down --French courts have ordered this unprecedented measure to determine the antenna's impact. The animals have been feeding less, suffering from diseases and producing less milk since its installation, according to their owners. | 8 June 2022 | "I can see from my tractor that they are all skin and bones. It's enough to make you cry." On the other side of the small road that winds along his property, a short distance from the town of Mazeyrat-d'Allier, in the Haute-Loire department, Frédéric Salgues can spot what he considers to be the cause of his cows' problems, less than 300 meters away: a cell phone tower commissioned by Orange on June 28, 2021. Torn between anger and dejection, the breeder, who runs the communal agricultural co-operative Gaec de Coupet with his wife Géraldine and his brother Yannick, was nevertheless starting to regain hope. On May 23, the administrative court of Clermont-Ferrand ordered the 4G antenna's cessation of operation for a period of two months. This measure, unprecedented in France, should become effective within three months.

French court orders 4G antenna switch-off over cow health concerns

French court orders 4G antenna switch-off over cow health concerns --A farmer in central-east France said that milk production had dropped by 15-20% in the days following the antenna installation, and 40 of his 200 cows had died | 22 May 2022 | A court in France has found in favour of a farmer who claimed that a 4G antenna was damaging his cows' health, and has ordered for the antenna to be switched off for two months. The administrative court in Clermont-Ferrand (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes) ordered the switch-off after Frédéric Salgues, a farmer in Haute-Loire, said he suspected that it was damaging his herd's health. Operator Orange now has three months to act in accordance with the ruling, including stopping the antenna's operation while ensuring phone coverage, including emergency calls, for Orange users in the area affected.

Monkeypox? U.S. gov't data proves Covid-19 vaccines increase risk of suffering shingles by at least 4925%

Monkeypox? U.S. gov't data proves Covid-19 vaccines increase risk of suffering shingles by at least 4925% | 19 June 2022 | All cases from SADS to "Monkeypox" to "long COVID" are nothing more than [vax] adverse events coverup narratives ahead of PSYOP-22, with blood clotting actually being amyloid [a waxy translucent substance consisting primarily of protein that is deposited in organs and tissues under abnormal conditions] clotting. Monkeypox, or the new name the World Health Organization is urgently trying to find for it to make it sound more frightening, is about to become the word of the day in the mainstream media now that they know everyone is bored of hearing about Ukraine. The W.H.O. is convening an emergency meeting and will most likely have announced a Public Health Emergency of International Concern over the alleged disease by the end of June. All member states including the USA, UK, Canada, Europe, Australia, etc., will be legally obliged to then act... The disease is nigh on impossible to distinguish from chickenpox/shingles, and U.S. gov't data reveals that Covid-19 vaccination increases the risk of developing shingles by a shocking 4925% at the very least. According to a scientific study published in 1988, it's virtually impossible to distinguish between monkeypox and chickenpox.

Ford Pulls Plug on Pete Buttigieg's $44K Electric SUV (Made in Mexico)

Ford Pulls Plug on Pete Buttigieg's $44K Electric SUV (Made in Mexico) --Automaker recalls 49,000 vehicles due to safety defect that 'could cause a crash' | 15 June 2022 | Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg might have to start biking to work again. That's because the Mexican-made electric SUV he purchased last year for his security detail is being recalled due to a safety defect that "could result in a loss of power [while driving], which could cause a crash," according to Consumer Reports. Ford announced Tuesday that it was instructing car dealers to stop selling the Mustang Mach-E in response to the safety concern affecting nearly 49,000 of the 100,000 vehicles manufactured at the automaker's Cuautitlan plant in Mexico between 2020 and 2022. The company decided to make the cars in Mexico because it was a lot cheaper than hiring American workers to do it in this country.

Is Google's LaMDA Sentient?

Is Google's LaMDA Sentient? By CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald | 17 June 2022 | (Opinion) An article in the Washington Post revealed that a Google engineer who had worked with Google's Responsible AI organization believes that Google's LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications), an artificially intelligent chatbot generator, is "sentient." In a Medium blog post, Blake Lemoine claims that LaMDA is a person who exhibits feelings and shows the unmistakable signs of consciousness... Like Lemoine, most of Google's personnel, and the social justice Left in general, the AI language processor is not only obsessed with its feelings and unique identity but also with matters of social justice... In making LaMDA the melancholic, feelings-ridden social justice warrior that it is, Google has been hoisted by its own petard. Everything about this AI reeks of Google’s social justice prerogatives. Thus, LaMDA is likely not sentient. But it is woke.

Assange appeal against extradition to include reported CIA assassination plot

Assange appeal against extradition to include reported CIA assassination plot | 17 June 2022 | WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's brother said on Friday that the Assange legal team's appeal to London's High Court of the decision to extradite him to the United States would include new information not previously taken to the courts, including claims made in a report last year of plans to assassinate him. "It will likely be a few days before the (14-day appeal) deadline and the appeal will include new information that we weren't able to bring before the courts previously. Information on how Julian lawyers were spied on, and how there were plots to kidnap and kill Julian from within the CIA," Gabriel Shipton told Reuters in an interview.

Joe Biden falls off bike after ride in Delaware

Joe Biden falls off bike after ride in Delaware | 18 June 2022 | Joe Biden fell off his bike as he was trying to get off it, after a ride near his beach home in the U.S. state of Delaware. The 79-year-old leader got back to his feet and proceeded to talk with members of the public. He said he did not hurt himself, according to the Associated Press.

Julian Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary

Julian Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary | 17 June 2022 | Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to the U.S. has been approved by UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. Mr Assange has 14 days to appeal over the decision, the Home Office said. It said the courts found extradition would not be "incompatible with his human rights" and that while in the US "he will be treated appropriately." Mr Assange is wanted by the American authorities over documents [detailing U.S. war crimes in Iraq] leaked in 2010 and 2011, which the US says broke the law and endangered lives. The Wikileaks documents related to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The Australian is being held at Belmarsh prison in London after mounting a lengthy battle to avoid being extradited.

Uvalde Hires Private Law Firm to Argue It Doesn't Have to Release School Shooting Public Records

Uvalde Hires Private Law Firm to Argue It Doesn't Have to Release School Shooting Public Records | 17 June 2022 | The City of Uvalde and its police department are working with a private law firm to prevent the release of nearly any record related to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in which 19 children and two teachers died, according to a letter obtained by Motherboard in response to a series of public information requests we made. The public records Uvalde is trying to suppress include body camera footage, photos, 911 calls, emails, text messages, criminal records, and more.

The FDA authorizes COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers

There's no baby formula in the U.S., but: The FDA authorizes COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers | 17 June 2022 | U.S. regulators on Friday authorized the first COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers, paving the way for vaccinations to begin next week. The Food and Drug Administration's action follows its advisory panel's unanimous recommendation for the shots from Moderna and Pfizer. That means U.S. kids under five -- roughly 18 million youngsters -- are eligible for the [clot] shots. The nation's vaccination campaign began about one and a half years ago with older adults, the hardest hit during the coronavirus pandemic.

DOJ blocks GOP effort to get answers on Hunter Biden investigation

DOJ blocks GOP effort to get answers on Hunter Biden investigation | 17 June 2022 | GOP Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson sent a letter to U.S. Attorney David Weiss regarding the probe into Hunter Biden. They wanted to know if Nicholas McQuaid, the acting assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s Criminal Division had recused himself from the investigation into Hunter Biden. McQuaid formerly worked with Hunter Biden’s lawyer Chris Clark. Newsmax reported: The Justice Department appears to have stymied efforts by two GOP senators to get answers about the Hunter Biden tax probe from the U.S. attorney’s office in Delaware, according to the Washington Examiner.

79 buses of migrants transported to Washington under Abbott-Ducey initiative

79 buses of migrants transported to Washington under Abbott-Ducey initiative | 15 June 2022 | The Republican-led states of Arizona and Texas have dispatched dozens of buses carrying migrants from border towns to Washington, D.C., state officials told the Washington Examiner. More than 2,500 people who were released from Border Patrol custody after illegally crossing from Mexico have opted to take 79 free, state-provided buses to the nation’s capital under initiatives rolled out by governors of each state, spokespeople exclusively shared Tuesday. More than 2,000 people on 65 buses have arrived in Washington since Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) began the operation in mid-April. In Arizona, 14 buses carrying 523 people have departed since it began in mid-May.

Biden admin will allow Afghans who worked for Taliban into the U.S.

Biden admin will allow Afghans who worked for Taliban into the U.S. | 18 June 2022 | The Department of Homeland Security [sic] this week announced that it is moving to allow Afghan civil servants who worked during the Taliban regime to be exempted from terror-related restrictions and be allowed entry into the U.S. The U.S. has been bringing tens of thousands of Afghans to the U.S. since the Taliban takeover and U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan last year. As that is ongoing, the Biden administration is moving to exempt certain Afghans who may be caught up in terrorism-related inadmissibility grounds (TRIG). TRIG places limits on individuals who are members of a terrorist organization or who have engaged in terrorism, making them inadmissible to the U.S. and ineligible for immigration benefits.

Florida surgeon general at odds with FDA panel decision on COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5

Florida surgeon general at odds with FDA panel decision on COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5 --Dr. Joseph Ladapo sees 'insufficient data to inform benefits and risk in children' | 16 June 2022 | Florida Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo disagrees with the FDA's decision to administer the COVID-19 vaccine for kids under the age of 5. The FDA's advisory panel met on Wednesday for a second time to determine whether the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is safe for young children. Medical professionals in Florida have mixed reactions to vaccinating young children. Ladapo is one medical professional who emphasizes his opposition based on the data. "We expect to have good data that the benefits outweigh the risks of any therapies or treatments before we recommend those therapies or treatments to Floridians. That is not going to change. I don't think that is particularly radical. I think it's very sensible," said Ladapo. "From what I have seen, there is just insufficient data to inform benefits and risk in children. I think that’s very unequivocal."

CNN data reporter: Liz Cheney has a 10% chance of being reelected - prediction markets

CNN data reporter: Liz Cheney has a 10% chance of being reelected - prediction markets | 16 June 2022 | Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney faces devastating ratings ahead of her primary election, CNN senior data reporter Harry Enten told host Anderson Cooper Wednesday night. "On Cheney, if you go over to Wyoming, look at her disapproval rating and essentially what you see more than doubled...after voting to impeach Donald Trump," Enten said. “She is very much unpopular in the state and if you look at the betting odds, whether or not she will win re-election, only about a 10% chance she will win reelection." Cheney's disapproval rating skyrocketed from 26% to 72% after her vote to impeach Trump, a slide by CNN displayed. A different poll by Fabrizio, Lee & Associates for Wyoming Values PAC showed that 73% of Republican primary voters disapproved of Cheney.

U.S. Capitol Police arrest Stephen Colbert staffers at House office building, charged with illegal entry

U.S. Capitol Police arrest Stephen Colbert staffers at House office building, charged with illegal entry --The individuals associated with 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' were arrested at the US Capitol complex on Thursday night | 17 June 2022 | The U.S. Capitol Police arrested a group of staffers with CBS's The Late Show With Stephen Colbert after they allegedly illegally entered a U.S. House of Representatives office building on Thursday night, Fox News has learned. The group of seven people were arrested in the Longworth House Office Building after being escorted out of the Jan. 6 committee hearing earlier in the day because they did not have proper press credentials, according to sources. The same group resurfaced later on Thursday night after the Capitol complex was closed to public visitors and Fox News is told that they took videos and pictures around the offices of two Republican members of Congress, Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy R-Calif. and Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo. [So...they'll be held without bail in solitary confinement for 18 months in the D.C. gulag like the January 6 detainees?]

MSN Quietly Deleted a Story Revealing That Severe COVID-19 Is Rarely Found in the Unvaccinated

MSN Quietly Deleted a Story Revealing That Severe COVID-19 Is Rarely Found in the Unvaccinated | 16 June 2022 | A research paper found that people who did not receive a COVID-19 vaccine had a lower rate of suffering a severe case of the virus amidst the pandemic. The article, which has been uploaded to the preprint server ResearchGate, relied on data from over 18,500 respondents across 175 countries. Analysis revealed that individuals unvaccinated against COVID-19 reported fewer instances of hospitalization in comparison to their vaccinated counterparts. MSN -- a news website launched by vaccine enthusiast Bill Gates's Microsoft in 1995 – covered the study, titling its article "Severe COVID-19 'Rare' in Unvaccinated People," but appears to have taken down the story since its publication. Archived versions of the article are still available, however.

AFLDS Doctor Simone Gold Sentenced to Prison for Trespassing Jan. 6

AFLDS Doctor Simone Gold Sentenced to Prison for Trespassing Jan. 6 | 17 June 2022 | Dr. Simone Gold, founder of America's Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) received a sentence of 60 days in prison in addition to 12 months of supervised release and a $9500 fine after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count of "entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds." She will also pay $500 in restitution. Gold is known for the viral video of her July 2020 appearance on the steps of the United States Supreme Court. According to reports from the courtroom, Judge Chris Cooper did not feel she was remorseful. Gold and colleague Dr. John Strand, who has also been charged, allegedly entered the building through an open door. According to a report on the AFLDS website, "Police waved protestors in or stood by open doors."

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