COVID jabs increase stroke risk by 11,361 percent

COVID jabs increase stroke risk by 11,361 percent | 3 May 2022 | Getting "vaccinated" for the COVID-19 is a great way to massively increase your risk of suffering a stroke, government data show. Data from the United States government's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) show that a jabbed person is about 115 times more likely to suffer a stroke compared to a non-jabbed person. Taking a COVID shot or two increases the risk of stroke by 11,361 percent. Between December of 2020 and the 11th of February in 2022, 4,532 cases of covid jab-related stroke were logged. VAERS only captures about one percent of all vaccine reactions. Comparatively, the number of strokes that occurred as a result of flu shots between 2008 and 2020, a range of 12 to 13 years, is just 122. "Taking these numbers at face value, you could assume that the Covid-19 injections have proven to be 37 times more likely to cause a stroke than the flu vaccines," reports the Daily Exposé (UK).

Hillary Clinton Maskless at Met Gala as Masked Black Staffer Attends Her Gown - Photo

Hillary Clinton Maskless at Met Gala as Masked Black Staffer Attends Her Gown - Photo | 3 May 2022 | Former Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton went maskless at the 2022 Met Gala in New York on Monday night, as a masked black staffer attended the length train of her shimmering red evening gown. The unnamed staffer is the latest example in which the "help," often persons of color, are masked while wealthy liberals, many of whom theoretically support draconian coronavirus restrictions on other people, go maskless at elite celebrations.

Amazon to Reimburse U.S. Employees Who Travel for Abortions

Amazon to Reimburse U.S. Employees Who Travel for Abortions | 3 May 2022 | Amazon reportedly told its staff this week that it will reimburse up to $4,000 in travel expenses every year for medical treatments, including abortions. Amazon's new policy applies if an operation is not available within 100 miles of an employee's home and virtual care is not possible, according to the company's message, obtained by Reuters... The news also reportedly came on the day Amazon stopped offering paid time off for U.S. employees diagnosed with the coronavirus, allowing them to have five days of excused unpaid leave instead.

Leo Terrell on 'Fox & Friends': Democrats are 'ecstatic' after Supreme Court leaker changed the news cycle

Leo Terrell on 'Fox & Friends': Democrats are 'ecstatic' after Supreme Court leaker changed the news cycle --Terrell says leak of SCOTUS draft opinion on abortion case shifts focus from 'disastrous' Biden policies | Fox News contributor Leo Terrell said Tuesday on "Fox & Friends" that the Supreme Court leaker has "changed the news cycle," distracting from Joe Biden's policies. The civil rights attorney said Democrats are "ecstatic" over the focus shifting off of inflation, Ukraine and crime. LEO TERRELL: This to me was designed to change the current narrative away from the disastrous Biden administration. It's designed to focus on the midterm. It's designed to get people angry, emotional and it worked. We changed the news cycle. This leaker has changed the news cycle. The number one story is the leak. And the Democrats are ecstatic right now because the focus is off gas prices, inflation, the war in Ukraine, crime in the streets, critical race theory, all being distracted by the leaker.

Supreme Court chief justice directs marshal to investigate leak, calls out 'egregious breach of...trust'

Supreme Court chief justice directs marshal to investigate leak, calls out 'egregious breach of...trust' --Chief Justice John Roberts called the leak a 'betrayal of the confidences of the Court' | 3 May 2022 | The Supreme Court issued a response to the report of a draft opinion that, if published, would overturn Roe v. Wade, with Chief Justice John Roberts strongly condemning the leak to the press. In a brief message, the court acknowledged that the leaked document is indeed real, while noting that it is just a draft and that the court has not issued a final decision on the matter... Roberts, in his own statement accompanying the court's press release, announced that he has called upon the Marshal of the Court to investigate the situation and find the source who leaked the document to Politico. Roberts also spoke out against the notion that the leak could succeed as a political maneuver to influence the outcome of the case. "To the extent this betrayal of the confidences of the Court was intended to undermine the integrity of our operations, it will not succeed. The work of the Court will not be affected in any way," Roberts said.

Supreme Court set to overturn Roe v. Wade, leaked draft opinion shows - report

Supreme Court set to overturn Roe v. Wade, leaked draft opinion shows - report --Until an official opinion is signed, Roe v. Wade remains | 2 May 2022 | The Supreme Court is poised to strike down Roe v. Wade, according to an unprecedented leak of a draft opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito. The draft leak obtained by Politico was written in early February. It was not immediately clear if it has been rewritten or revised. Fox News is not being waived off the story... Drafts circulate and change, as do votes. Should Roe v. Wade be overturned, abortions would be left for the states to decide.

Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows

Breaking: Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows --"We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," Justice Alito writes in an initial majority draft circulated inside the court. | 2 May 2022 | The Supreme Court has voted to strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, according to an initial draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito circulated inside the court and obtained by POLITICO. The draft opinion is a full-throated, unflinching repudiation of the 1973 decision which guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights and a subsequent 1992 decision - Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that largely maintained the right. "Roe was egregiously wrong from the start," Alito writes. "We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled," he writes in the document, labeled as the "Opinion of the Court." Deliberations on controversial cases have in the past been fluid. Justices can and sometimes do change their votes as draft opinions circulate and major decisions can be subject to multiple drafts and vote-trading, sometimes until just days before a decision is unveiled. The court's holding will not be final until it is published, likely in the next two months.

China's Lockdowns of Tens of Millions Inflicts More Pain on Global Supply Chains

China's Lockdowns of Tens of Millions Inflicts More Pain on Global Supply Chains | 2 May 2022 | Seeing China's financial hub Shanghai, home to 25 million, come to a standstill amid more than four weeks of lockdown has made those in Beijing nervous. The capital city has detected growing COVID-19 outbreaks and has rushed to conduct mass testing in a bid to contain the virus. Almost all 22 million inhabitants in Beijing completed three rounds of testing on April 30. The results may determine whether they will be destined to experience the same fate as those in Shanghai, where fenced-up people have been banging pans on their balconies at night to protest a month-long lockdown. Shoppers in Beijing have rushed to stock up on food, just in case. Officials have closed schools, without specifying a reopening date, and more venues. Workers have set up blue metal barriers around residential blocks where infections have been recorded. A sign placed outside such a residential complex read, "Entry only. No exit."

NBC News admits to plagiarism

NBC News admits to plagiarism --The network has flagged 11 articles that contained plagiarized information | 2 May 2022 | NBC News [sic] apologized to its readers on Monday for eleven articles over the past year that contained plagiarized passages. The network did not retract the stories, however, but removed the problematic paragraphs and added editors' notes to them. The Comcast-owned network also didn't name the reporter at fault. Other outlets were not so circumspect, however. The eleven articles "contained passages from other news organizations that were used without attribution," NBC said in a statement. "In all cases, the passages were not central to the stories, but instead contained supplemental or background material that did not represent original reporting." "An editor's note has been placed on each of the articles, and the passages that were plagiarized have been removed," NBC added, without naming the reporter or revealing their fate with the company.

Moderna lawsuits could leave taxpayers on the hook after company made billions

Moderna lawsuits could leave taxpayers on the hook after company made billions --Lawsuits against Moderna focus on patents, intellectual property rights related to its coronavirus vaccine | 2 May 2022 | Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine was produced with unprecedented speed, but the pharmaceutical firm now faces multiple lawsuits which could leave taxpayers paying the tab. The lawsuits have focused on intellectual property rights and patents. In particular, a lawsuit from two biotech firms argued that the lipid technology used to develop the vaccine was the exact nature that biotech firm Arbutus had already developed. In response to another suit, Moderna disputed that three National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists played a role in developing the messenger ribonucleic acid (MRNA). A federal loophole could get Moderna off the hook, and force taxpayers to foot the bill.

Rep. Kinzinger-Sponsored Bill Would Granting Sweeping New War Powers to Biden

Rep. Kinzinger-Sponsored Bill Would Granting Sweeping New War Powers to Biden | 2 May 2022 | Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) on Monday introduced legislation that would give Joe Biden sweeping new powers to conduct and manage U.S. aid to Ukraine as the Russian invasion of the country moves into its ninth week of fighting. Kinzinger's Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF), if passed, would grant Biden congressional approval to deploy U.S. ground troops if Russian President Vladimir Putin uses chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons... Prior to his wide-reaching AUMF bill, Kinzinger pushed the administration to send high-powered MiG fighter jets to the region, a proposal that some other lawmakers worried could cause the conflict to escalate.

Fire damages food processing plant in northwest Fresno

Another food-processing facility taken out to hasten the destruction of the U.S. from within: Fire damages food processing plant in northwest Fresno --Hours later, firefighters responded to an ammonia leak at the same building. | 2 May 2022 | An investigation is underway to determine what sparked a fire at a food processing plant in northwest Fresno. The fire broke out at the Saladino's plant on Shaw Avenue and Golden State Boulevard Sunday night. Several employees were evacuated from the building while firefighters put out the flames... Hours later, firefighters responded to an ammonia leak at the same building.

Chesapeake Fire responds to industrial fire at Perdue Farms facility

Chesapeake Fire responds to industrial fire at Perdue Farms facility | 30 April 2022 | A fire took place at Perdue Farms facility in the South Norfolk area of Chesapeake Saturday evening. The Chesapeake Fire Department is currently working on an industrial fire at the grain processing and storage facility. Firefighters received a call at 501 Barnes Road at 8:41 p.m. after a plant operator at Perdue acknowledged and verified a fire at the location. All employees from the area were evacuated. When crews arrived they found a large soybean processing tank with flames showing from the top. Firefighters climbed multiple flights of stairs using multiple hose lines to battle the fire.

BlackRock and Vanguard are taking over centralized food production technologies and will have near-total control over the future food supply in America

BlackRock and Vanguard are taking over centralized food production technologies and will have near-total control over the future food supply in America | 1 May 2022 | Many people are still blissfully unaware of what has happened, but the global food supply has been largely taken over by the oligarchs, including financial giants BlackRock and Vanguard. It turns out that BlackRock and Vanguard have been gradually gobbling up ownership of the means of production, and now intend to lord it over the masses by centralizing all food production technologies in the United States and enslaving everyone under their control. The top three shareholders of CD Industries Holdings, the world's largest fertilizer company, include both BlackRock and Vanguard. BlackRock and Vanguard are also the top shareholders in Union Pacific, the railroad giant that moves fertilizer and other agriculture inputs all across the country.

Bill Gates warns a more transmissive and fatal Covid variant 'could be generated'

Bill Gates warns a more transmissive and fatal Covid variant 'could be generated' --Eugenics enthusiast says there is "way above five percent" risk of pandemic generating more transmissive and "even more fatal" Coronavirus variant | 1 May 2022 | Bill Gates has warned there is a "way above five percent" risk the world has not yet seen the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The tech mogul and philanthropist said he did not want to sound "doom and gloom" but warned there was a risk an "even more transmissive and even more fatal" variant could be generated. "We're still at risk of this pandemic generating a variant that would be even more transmissive and even more fatal," Gates told The Financial Times on Saturday. "It's not likely, I don't want to be a voice of doom and gloom, but it's way above a five percent risk that this pandemic, we haven't even seen the worst of it." It is not the first time he has made such a prediction. In December 2021, he warned his millions of Twitter followers to brace themselves for the worst part of the pandemic having previously cautioned in 2015 that the world was not ready for the next pandemic. [Amazing how Gates's "predictions" seemingly always materialize right after he makes them… almost as if he has a hand in hastening the arrival of events.]

Fire at Russian military site near Ukraine - governor

Fire at Russian military site near Ukraine - governor --The head of Belgorod Region says the emergency services have been deployed | 1 May 2022 | A blaze broke out on Sunday at a Russian military site in the Belgorod Region, which borders Ukraine, Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov has said. "A fire has occurred on the territory of one of the sites belonging to the Defense Ministry," the governor wrote on social media. He added that officials were determining the damage and if there were any casualties. Gladkov later added that a civilian was lightly injured. Photos and videos posted on social media purportedly show a large cloud of smoke in the area.

Lawmaker seeks to bring US troops to Ukraine

Lawmaker seeks to bring US troops to Ukraine --The resolution would give the president sole authority to determine whether such aggression by Russia had actually taken place, without requiring any international investigation. Accordingly, it could incentivize Ukrainian forces to stage such an attack [as they've done since the get-go] in the hopes of drawing the US into the conflict, as commanders in Moscow have accused Kiev of planning. | 1 May 2022 | Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a Republican [deep-state troll] from Illinois, announced on Sunday that he will introduce a resolution authorizing the use of military force should Russia deploy "chemical, biological and/or nuclear weapons" in Ukraine. Kinzinger has continuously pushed for US involvement in the ongoing conflict, and previously backed measures that critics and Joe Biden said would lead to a "third world war." Kinzinger's resolution would authorize the president to use the American military to "assist in defending and restoring the territorial integrity of Ukraine," in response to a hypothetical Russian use of chemical, biological or nuclear weapons on Ukrainian soil.

Experts, Users Say Musk's Purchase of Twitter Could Change Platform Moderation, Algorithms

Experts, Users Say Musk's Purchase of Twitter Could Change Platform Moderation, Algorithms | 1 May 2022 | The purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk could result in the social media platform changing its moderation policy in line with the tech billionaire's declared free speech commitments, restoring suspended accounts as well as making its algorithms more transparent, experts and users surveyed by Sputnik have said... Some, like [CLG Founder] Michael Rectenwald the former NYU professor of global studies and author of Google Archipelago, see direct political implications as the social media platform "has been an organ of the Democratic party and the state it now runs unilaterally." "I expect that Elon Musk will attempt to make good on his promises for free speech and that Twitter will come to reflect his free-speech commitment. If Musk has his way, the platform will no longer discriminate against content based on wokeness, political belief, and adherence to official state narratives and dictates," Rectenwald said, adding that it could include "the restoration of banned accounts on request by users and dramatic changes to Twitter's discriminatory, leftist algorithms."

French Election Fraud Puts 2020 to Shame - Millions of Uncounted Le Pen Ballots Found

French Election Fraud Puts 2020 to Shame - Millions of Uncounted Le Pen Ballots Found | 29 April 2022 | If you thought the U.S. election in 2020 was bad, it's nothing compared to the sham election that just went down in France. Emmanuel Macron, a World Economic Forum "Young Global Leader," may have been crowned the victor, but millions of Le Pen voters lost their ballots and rights on Sunday. In France, if a ballot is damaged, it cannot be cast. So the political establishment, who are desperate to install Macron in office for another five years, arranged for the destruction of millions of Le Pen ballots. Following an eerily similar script from the last French presidential election in 2017, evidence circulating on Twitter shows the same issue which reared its head at that time -- spoiled ballots... As today, Le Pen's name is consistently prefaced with the descriptor "far-right" even though Macron escapes any prejudicial descriptor.

Many people fully vaccinated for covid are now going blind

Many people fully vaccinated for covid are now going blind | 28 April 2022 | There is another concerning side effect occurring in the "fully vaccinated" for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) that is rarely mentioned: blindness. The latest data out of the United Kingdom suggests that a growing number of fully jabbed people are losing their eyesight. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) Yellow Card system currently shows 163 cases of total blindness among people who got jabbed with the Pfizer-BioNTech needle, along with an additional six cases of central vision loss and four cases of sudden visual loss. Twenty-one people also reportedly now suffer from "blindness transient" specifically caused by the Pfizer injection.

New Jan. 6 Bodycam Videos Show D.C. Police Officer Assaulting Unconscious Protester

New Jan. 6 Bodycam Videos Show D.C. Police Officer Assaulting Unconscious Protester --Use-of-force expert says DC Metro Police officer committed felony in attack on Rosanne Boyland | 30 April 2022 | A District of Columbia police officer used a large wooden stick to strike the body and head of protester Rosanne Boyland three times as she lay motionless on the ground on Jan. 6, 2021, according to bodycam footage from several officers obtained by The Epoch Times. Use-of-force expert Stanley Kephart, upon reviewing the previously unreleased footage, concluded that the three full-force blows by D.C. police officer Lila Morris constituted a felony assault with intent to cause great bodily harm. Kephart called Morris's use of force "indefensible" and the internal-affairs investigation of Boyland's death a "clear and convincing coverup."

CDC reports first human H5 bird flu infection in U.S.

CDC reports first human H5 bird flu infection in U.S. | 28 April 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced late Thursday that a person in Colorado has tested positive for an H5 bird flu virus -- the first such recorded infection in the United States. The CDC did not reveal the neuraminidase subtype of the virus -- the N portion of an influenza A virus's name. The country is currently experiencing an unprecedented outbreak of H5N1 bird flu in both wild birds and in commercial poultry flocks. The man, described by Colorado health officials as being younger than 40 years old, experienced only fatigue; he is now in isolation and being treated with the flu antiviral oseltamivir. A statement from Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment said he is incarcerated at a state correctional facility and was culling poultry as part of a pre-release employment program.

Italian Court Rules Mandatory Vaccination Unconstitutional, 'Fatal Side Effects' too Risky

Italian Court Rules Mandatory Vaccination Unconstitutional, 'Fatal Side Effects' too Risky --"Who would determine the percentage of disposable citizens? It is indisputable. Otherwise, it results in Nazism." | 27 April 2022 | Sicily's Court of Administrative Justice has ruled that Italy's mandatory Covid vaccination obligation is unconstitutional. The court stated that the experimental mRNA treatments intended to protect the public from Covid have been shown to cause "serious or fatal adverse effects." The court explains that even if such fatalities are rare, a single death is enough to render the mandate unconstitutional. The Sicilian ruling passes the decision to the Constitutional Court, which will now have to rule on the issue.

Large fire burning near homeless encampment in Oakland - reports

Large fire burning near homeless encampment in Oakland - reports --Smoke from the fire could be seen rising above the city's skyline | 29 April 2022 | A large fire was burning in Oakland, California, Thursday evening. Residents who live nearby took to social media to say it is burning at a homeless encampment. The video also appeared to show firefighters on the scene. The fire appears to be burning under a bridge near Lake Merritt in the center of the city. Flames could be seen rising above the bridge and thick black smoke was rising above the city's skyline.

Biden blasted for policing free speech with 'dystopian' disinformation bureau

Biden blasted for policing free speech with 'dystopian' disinformation bureau | 28 April 2022 | Joe Biden came under fire Thursday for the creation of a "dystopian" disinformation bureau created under his Homeland Security department, which critics are blasting as just a way for the government to police free speech online. Conservatives slammed the Department of Homeland Security's Orwellian new "Disinformation Governance Board" -- with some suggesting the timing is convenient given Elon Musk vowed to make Twitter a free speech haven after his $44 billion takeover of the social media platform notorious for selectively censoring right-leaning points of view. Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley called the new board a "disgrace" that was designed to "monitor all Americans' speech." In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Hawley said he initially thought Wednesday's announcement was "satire." "Surely, no American administration would ever use the power of government to sit in judgement on the First Amendment speech of its own citizens. Sadly, I was mistaken," Hawley wrote. "Rather than protecting our border or the American homeland, you have chosen to make policing Americans’ speech your priority."

Biden seeks $33 billion more for Ukraine

Insane in the membrane: Biden seeks $33 billion more for Ukraine | 28 April 2022 | Joe Biden has asked Congress for an additional $33 billion in funding to prop up Ukraine in the ongoing conflict with Russia. A vast part of the massive package is destined for additional military and security aid, while the rest will be used for economic and humanitarian assistance. "The Administration is requesting $20.4 billion in additional security and military assistance for Ukraine and for U.S. efforts to strengthen European security in cooperation with our NATO allies and other partners in the region," the white House said in a statement. Unveiling the package during his speech at the White House, Biden said it was "critical" for the lawmakers to adopt it. The US administration wants the aid package to get designated as emergency spending, so that it does not have to be offset by spending cuts elsewhere. Apart from the massive aid package for Ukraine, Biden is also seeking new powers to target wealthy Russians the U.S. administration believes to be "oligarchs."

U.S. unveils plans to ramp up censorship with 'Disinformation Governance Board'

U.S. unveils plans to ramp up censorship with 'Disinformation Governance Board' --Move comes days after Elon Musk struck deal to buy Twitter and pledged to restore freedom of speech on social media | 27 April 2022 | Joe Biden's administration is expanding the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) purview to include fighting speech that the government deems to be "disinformation." Plans for the new initiative were revealed on Wednesday, when DHS chief Alejandro Mayorkas said in a congressional hearing that his department had created a "Disinformation Governance Board." The new body will be headed by Nina Jankowicz, whose resume includes advising the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry and overseeing the Russia and Belarus programs at the National Democratic Institute lobby group. Although Mayorkas unveiled the new entity in response to a question about disinformation being used to sway elections, the new board will reportedly focus on countering "misinformation related to homeland security, focused specifically on irregular migration and Russia."

Republicans File FEC Complaint Against Google Over 'Unfairly Shaping the Political Playing Field'

Republicans File FEC Complaint Against Google Over 'Unfairly Shaping the Political Playing Field' --Gmail's algorithmic bias may have cost Republicans over a billion dollars of missed fundraising money, one GOP senator said | 28 April 2022 | As candidates ready themselves for the 2022 midterm elections, Republicans are demanding the Federal Election Commission (FEC) investigate Google on allegations of inherent political bias against Republican candidates embedded in the search engine's algorithms. On April 27, the Republican National Committee (RNC), National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), and National Republican Senate Committee (NRSC) filed a joint complaint with the FEC to investigate the claims made by researchers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) that Gmail’s algorithm "makes it much harder for Republicans to reach their supporters" than Democrats and stifles the fundraising efforts of Republicans. The Republican groups said that this bias significantly impacted the party’s fundraising and outreach efforts, with potential costs running at over a billion.

Turkish National With Terror Ties Deported After Crossing U.S. Border Illegally

Turkish National With Terror Ties Deported After Crossing U.S. Border Illegally | 28 April 2022 | A Turkish national with ties to terrorism was deported from the United States last week, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The man, Volkan Gogebakan, 31, was turned over to Turkish officials at Istanbul airport on April 22, ICE stated. He had crossed the border illegally near El Paso, Texas, on Sept. 23, 2021, and was apprehended the same day, officials said. Gogebakan was subsequently convicted of unlawful entry and transferred to ICE. ICE said the man is "suspected of providing support to terrorist organizations," but didn't elaborate.

'What I've Seen in the Last Two Years Is Unprecedented': Physician on COVID Vaccine Side Effects on Pregnant Women

'What I've Seen in the Last Two Years Is Unprecedented': Physician on COVID Vaccine Side Effects on Pregnant Women --Former Pfizer VP: 'Adverse impacts on conception and ability to sustain a pregnancy were foreseeable' | 28 April 2022 | Dr. James Thorp is an extensively published 68-year-old physician MD board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, as well as maternal-fetal medicine, who has practiced obstetrics for over 42 years. Thorp told The Epoch Times that he sees 6,000–7,000 high-risk pregnant patients a year and has seen many complications among them due to the COVID vaccines. "I've seen many, many, many complications in pregnant women, in moms and in fetuses, in children, offspring," Thorp said. "Fetal death, miscarriage, death of the fetus inside the mom. What I’ve seen in the last two years is unprecedented," Thorp asserted.

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