CLG Needs Your Help - April 22, 2021

CLG Needs Your Help - April 22, 2021

The U.S. Postal Service is running a 'covert operations program' that monitors Americans' social media posts | 21 April 2021 | The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans' social media posts, including those about planned protests, according to a document obtained by Yahoo News. The details of the surveillance effort, known as iCOP, or Internet Covert Operations Program, have not previously been made public. The work involves having analysts trawl through social media sites to look for what the document describes as "inflammatory" postings and then sharing that information across government agencies.

Globalists of World Economic Forum to 'Simulate' World-Disrupting Cyber Attack With 'Cyber Polygon' Event | 20 April 2021 | The annual training exercise is garnering extra interest on the heels of WEF's ominous 2019 'Event 201,' which simulated a pandemic that presaged the actual COVID-19 pandemic mere months later. On July 9, business, government, and supranational organization leaders will team up for an event called Cyber Polygon, to simulate and respond to a damaging cyber threat, "a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real time." The training exercise will build upon 'Concept 21,' the WEF's branding of global digitalization trends by which they sense an opportunity for more power to try to shape humanity to their liking.

Multiple rockets land near Baghdad International Airport, US-led coalition base, triggering alarms - reports | 22 April 2021 | Multiple rockets reportedly fell near Baghdad International Airport. There have also been reports of air-raid sirens going off inside Camp Victory, which houses US coalition forces. No casualties are being reported. According to local media sources, a total of three rockets went off in the vicinity of the airport. Security forces are now examining the platforms from which the rockets were launched.

House passes DC statehood bill to make district 51st state after heated floor debate | 22 April 2021 | The divided House Thursday passed legislation to make Washington, D.C., the 51st state and to grant its more than 700,000 residents full representation in Congress. The strictly party-line vote in the House was 216 to 208, with all Republicans rejecting the statehood bill, dubbed H.R. 51. The legislation has support from Joe Biden but faces long odds of passing in the 50-50 split Senate. Debate over statehood got particularly heated on the House floor Thursday when New York Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones accused certain Republicans of being against D.C. statehood because the district was not White enough in their minds to qualify for self-rule.

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Nation Faces 'Hand-to-Hand Combat' to Get Reluctant Americans Vaccinated

Nation Faces 'Hand-to-Hand Combat' to Get Reluctant Americans Vaccinated | 21 April 2021 | Now that Joe Biden has met his goal to have all adults eligible for the coronavirus vaccine, health officials around the country are hitting what appears to be a soft ceiling: More than half the nation's adults have received at least one dose, but it is going to take hard work -- and some creative changes in strategy -- to convince the rest. State health officials, business leaders, policymakers and politicians are struggling to figure out how to tailor their messages, and their tactics, to persuade not only the vaccine hesitant but also the indifferent... White House and state health officials are calling this next phase of the vaccination campaign "the ground game," and are likening it to a get-out-the-vote effort.

Arizona's Maricopa County Delivers Ballots, Equipment for 2020 Election Audit

Arizona's Maricopa County Delivers Ballots, Equipment for 2020 Election Audit | 22 April 2021 | Voting equipment and more than 2 million ballots are being delivered to a facility in Arizona's Maricopa County this week in preparation for a 2020 election audit set to start on April 23. Equipment, including 385 tabulators, was delivered and unloaded at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix on April 21, while boxes of the ballots began arriving early on April 22. Maricopa County officials arranged for the deliveries, which took several trips and were supported by Maricopa County Sheriff's Office personnel, to comply with subpoenas from the state Senate.

The U.S. Postal Service is running a 'covert operations program' that monitors Americans' social media posts

The U.S. Postal Service is running a 'covert operations program' that monitors Americans' social media posts | 21 April 2021 | The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans' social media posts, including those about planned protests, according to a document obtained by Yahoo News. The details of the surveillance effort, known as iCOP, or Internet Covert Operations Program, have not previously been made public. The work involves having analysts trawl through social media sites to look for what the document describes as "inflammatory" postings and then sharing that information across government agencies.

Multiple rockets land near Baghdad International Airport, US-led coalition base, triggering alarms - reports

Multiple rockets land near Baghdad International Airport, US-led coalition base, triggering alarms - reports | 22 April 2021 | Multiple rockets reportedly fell near Baghdad International Airport. There have also been reports of air-raid sirens going off inside Camp Victory, which houses US coalition forces. No casualties are being reported. According to local media sources, a total of three rockets went off in the vicinity of the airport. Security forces are now examining the platforms from which the rockets were launched.

Sign at George Floyd Square gives list of special orders for white visitors

Sign at George Floyd Square gives list of special orders for white visitors | 22 April 2021 | The square where George Floyd was killed by ex-Minnesota cop Derek Chauvin now has a sign with special rules for white people. The placard at the entrance of George Floyd Square in Minnesota calls it "a sacred space for community, public grief, and protest," telling visitors to "honor the space as a place to connect and grieve as caring humans." But most of the instructions are listed under five orders "for white people in particular."

House passes DC statehood bill to make district 51st state after heated floor debate

House passes DC statehood bill to make district 51st state after heated floor debate --Rep. Mondaire Jones, D-N.Y., accused GOP of being against DC statehood because of race | 22 April 2021 | The divided House Thursday passed legislation to make Washington, D.C., the 51st state and to grant its more than 700,000 residents full representation in Congress. The strictly party-line vote in the House was 216 to 208, with all Republicans rejecting the statehood bill, dubbed H.R. 51. The legislation has support from Joe Biden but faces long odds of passing in the 50-50 split Senate. Debate over statehood got particularly heated on the House floor Thursday when New York Democratic Rep. Mondaire Jones accused certain Republicans of being against D.C. statehood because the district was not White enough in their minds to qualify for self-rule.

71 fully vaccinated people in St. Louis County have tested positive for COVID-19, health officials say

71 fully vaccinated people in St. Louis County have tested positive for COVID-19, health officials say | 21 April 2021 | St. Louis County health officials are reminding the public that these COVID-19 vaccines aren't 100% effective and that some people are contracting the virus after being fully vaccinated. Officials say they've discovered 71 people who have contracted COVID-19 even though they were fully vaccinated... Last week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated there were 5,814 reports of breakthrough infections.

Unvaccinated Women Report Miscarriages After Interactions With Vaccinated People

Unvaccinated Women Report Miscarriages After Interactions With Vaccinated People | 16 April 2021 | Unintentional effects of the Covid-19 vaccines should be expected as the vaccines are still on trial until 2023, but many of these adverse effects have startled the unvaccinated. The reports began with an unvaccinated Instagram user sharing with her followers that after years of regular cycles she missed her menstrual cycle two months in a row. Shortly after she shared her experience, the woman began noticing mainstream news articles drawing a connection between menstrual issues and the covid vaccine. After hypothesizing that women's negative reaction to the experimental mRNA vaccines - even if they're unvaccinated - may be due to shedding, many other women started sharing their testimonies. The account went from 9,000 followers to 30,000 in less than 24 hours as she started sharing the testimonies.

CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald interviewed by RT International

CLG Founder Michael Rectenwald interviewed by RT International | 21 April 2021 | The founder of CLG News, Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D., was interviewed Wednesday by RT International on alleged election interference by Russia in the 2020 election and the Biden administration’s aggressive stance toward Russia.

Globalists of World Economic Forum to 'Simulate' World-Disrupting Cyber Attack With 'Cyber Polygon' Event

Heads up: Globalists of World Economic Forum to 'Simulate' World-Disrupting Cyber Attack With 'Cyber Polygon' Event | 20 April 2021 | The annual training exercise is garnering extra interest on the heels of WEF's ominous 2019 'Event 201,' which simulated a pandemic that presaged the actual COVID-19 pandemic mere months later. On July 9, business, government, and supranational organization leaders will team up for an event called Cyber Polygon, to simulate and respond to a damaging cyber threat, "a targeted supply chain attack on a corporate ecosystem in real time." The training exercise will build upon 'Concept 21,' the WEF's branding of global digitalization trends by which they sense an opportunity for more power to try to shape humanity to their liking.

Cruz: Biden comments on Chauvin verdict 'grounds for a mistrial'

Cruz: Biden comments on Chauvin verdict 'grounds for a mistrial' | 20 April 2021 | Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said Tuesday that President Biden's comments on the trial of Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer charged with the death of George Floyd last year, could lead to a mistrial in the case. The Texas senator's remarks came after Biden commented on the trial during questions he fielded in the Oval Office earlier Tuesday. "I'm praying the verdict is the right verdict," Biden said. "Which is -- I think it is overwhelming in my view," he added. Cruz seized on the president's comments later in the day, saying Biden's remarks on the case could derail the judicial process or leave a potential conviction open to an appeal.

J&J reports $100M in sales of COVID-19 vaccine

J&J reports $100M in sales of COVID-19 vaccine | 20 April 2021 | Health care giant Johnson & Johnson reported strong first-quarter numbers, boosted by sales of its one-dose COVID-19 vaccine -- despite the shot currently being on pause in the United States. J&J reported a first-quarter net income of $6.2 billion ($2.32 per share), which included $100 million from sales of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to The Associated Press. That is up 6.9 percent from $5.8 billion ($2.17 per share) from the same time last year. The New Jersey-based company reported $22.32 billion in revenue, well above a projection of $21.82 billion, AP reported, citing a Zacks Investment Research survey.

NYU joins Columbia in requiring COVID-19 vaccines for all students next fall

NYU joins Columbia in requiring COVID-19 vaccines for all students next fall | 20 April 2021 | NYU will join Columbia University in requiring students to get COVID-19 vaccines before next fall, officials said. "[New York University] intends to require vaccinations for all NYU students returning to campus in New York City and other U.S. sites for the fall semester, while accommodating medical and religious exemptions," the school announced in an email. The school said it has not yet opted to require faculty and staff to get the shot but that their guidance could change. Columbia said this week that it would mandate vaccinations for both students and staff before the upcoming academic term.

Former police officer Derek Chauvin found guilty of murder, manslaughter in the death of George Floyd

Former police officer Derek Chauvin found guilty of murder, manslaughter in the death of George Floyd --A jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all three charges stemming from the killing of the unarmed Black man George Floyd last year. --Jurors reached the verdict on their second day of deliberations. | 20 April 2021 | A jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all three charges stemming from the killing of the unarmed Black man George Floyd last year. Jurors began deliberating in the case on Monday. Chauvin was convicted of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Second-degree murder carries a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison. Third-degree murder has a maximum penalty of 25 years. Second-degree manslaughter has a maximum of 10 years. Sentencing guidelines call for sentences short of the maximum. Chauvin's high-profile trial on three charges stemming from Floyd's death began in March and concluded on Monday in a Minneapolis courthouse fortified with barbed wire.

New vaccine side effect? In Israel, six people develop herpes zoster

New vaccine side effect? In Israel, six people develop herpes zoster | 19 April 2021 | A new study published this month by researchers from Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and Carmel Medical Center in Haifa found that the risk of developing herpes zoster (HZ) infection following a coronavirus vaccination in people with autoimmune inflammatory rheumatic diseases (AIIRD) increases. HZ is characterized by a small, red rash that develops on the skin and itches. If complications develop, it can cause nerve damage and pain, including a prolonged burning session on the skin even after it goes away. The study was carried out on 491 patients with AIIRD and 99 controls at the hospitals. Of the 491 patients, 1.2% or six people developed HZ.

Democrats block McCarthy's motion to censure Maxine Waters for 'confrontational' remarks in Minnesota

Democrats block McCarthy's motion to censure Maxine Waters for 'confrontational' remarks in Minnesota --McCarthy resolution cited judge in Derek Chauvin's trial for the public rebuke | 20 April 2021 | GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy introduced a privileged resolution on the House floor Tuesday to censure Rep. Maxine Waters for her controversial comments to Minnesota protesters over the weekend urging them to "get more confrontational" if ex-Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin is not found guilty of the death George Floyd. But Democrats moved quickly to table the resolution in a 216 to 210 party-line vote and avoided taking a vote directly on whether to formally reprimand the longtime California congresswoman. McCarthy's two-page resolution, shared first with Fox News, quotes heavily from Waters's own remarks on April 17 to protesters gathered outside the Brooklyn Center Police Department in Minnesota.

'The Squad' Pushes to 'Defund the Police' While Spending Thousands on Private Security to Protect Themselves

'The Squad' Pushes to 'Defund the Police' While Spending Thousands on Private Security to Protect Themselves | 19 April 2021 | Members of the progressive-Democrat group in Congress called "The Squad" who have been pushing to defund the police, spent thousands of dollars on private security for themselves, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) records reviewed by the Daily Caller. FEC reports show Democrats New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley, and Missouri Rep. Cori Bush each spent thousands of dollars on their own security. The payments were described in the FEC filings as either "security" or "security services." In January 2020, Ocasio-Cortez criticized New York City's proposed $1 billion cuts from the police department budget, saying it did not go far enough.

Judge in Derek Chauvin trial says Maxine Waters's comments could lead to whole case 'being overturned'

Judge in Derek Chauvin trial says Maxine Waters's comments could lead to whole case 'being overturned' | 19 April 2021 | The judge in Derrick Chauvin's murder trial slammed Rep. Maxine Waters’ call for protesters to "get confrontational" if the ex-cop is cleared in the death of George Floyd on Monday -- saying it could lead the to the whole case "being overturned." The stunning remarks came as the city of Minneapolis braces for unrest while the jury deliberates in the case. Defense attorney Eric Nelson had urged Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill to declare a mistrial, arguing "an elected official, US Congressperson" made statements that "I think are reasonably interpreted to be threats against the sanctity of the jury process" and had the effect of "threatening and intimidating the jury." Cahill denied the motion but told Nelson, "I'll give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned."

James O'Keefe sues Twitter for defamation

James O'Keefe sues Twitter for defamation --O'Keefe was banned in the middle of an exposé into bias at CNN. | 19 April 2021 | James O'Keefe, the founder of investigative journalism group Project Veritas, has sued Twitter for defamation after the social media platform permanently banned him for allegedly "operating fake accounts." "I am suing Twitter for defamation because they said I... 'operated fake accounts,'" O'Keefe said in a statement. "This is false, this is defamatory, and they will pay. Section 230 may have protected them before, but it will not protect them from me." The complaint was filed Monday and can be read here.

Man charged with attacking undercover Asian NYPD cop released without bail

Man charged with attacking undercover Asian NYPD cop released without bail | 19 April 2021 | The man charged with trying to shove an Asian undercover cop onto Queens subway tracks was cut loose without bail Sunday -- as the judge claimed: "My hands are tied." Suspect Ricardo Hernandez, 32 -- who faces three hate-crime charges in the attack on the unnamed cop on a Long Island City train platform around 5:30 p.m. Saturday -- has at least 12 prior arrests under his belt. At Hernandez's arraignment over the attempted push onto the tracks, Queens Supreme Court Justice Louis Nock said the state's bail-reform measures barred him from holding Hernandez in jail. "My hands are tied because under the new bail rules, I have absolutely no authority or power to set bail on this defendant for this alleged offense," the judge said.

Kevin McCarthy Moves to Formally Censure Maxine Waters for Having 'Broke the Law,' 'Incited Violence'

Kevin McCarthy Moves to Formally Censure Maxine Waters for Having 'Broke the Law,' 'Incited Violence' | 19 April 2021 | House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy told Breitbart News exclusively that he will move to formally censure House Financial Services Committee chairwoman Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) over her call to violence in Minnesota this weekend. McCarthy's move, which comes after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refused to hold Waters accountable, will force a censure vote in the House. Pelosi cannot stop McCarthy's resolution censuring Waters from receiving a vote, because it is a privileged resolution. If Democrats lose just three of their members on this vote and all Republicans vote for it, then Waters will be formally censured by the House and likely lose her powerful position as chair of the Financial Services Committee.

Derek Chauvin trial: Pig's head left at former home of defense witness

Derek Chauvin trial: Pig's head left at former home of defense witness --Police discovered blood on the home and a severed pig's head on the front porch | 19 April 2021 | The former California home of a defense witness in the Derek Chauvin murder trial was vandalized with a pig's head and blood smears most likely tied to his testimony from the trial, police said. Last week, Barry Brodd, the retired police officer, said he believed the former Minneapolis officer was justified in his use of force during the George Floyd arrest. The Santa Rosa Police Department issued a statement on Saturday that said it seemed that the "suspects in this vandalism were targeting" Brodd for his testimony.

Oxford Scientists Infect Volunteers With COVID-19 After Recovery for Future Vaccines - Report

Oxford Scientists Infect Volunteers With COVID-19 After Recovery for Future Vaccines - Report | 19 April 2021 | Researchers at the University of Oxford announced the start of a human challenge trial to learn more about what happens when people who have already been infected with the coronavirus become infected again, the Daily Mail reported on Monday. Researchers would look at what kind of immune response could help people avoid getting infected with COVID-19 again, as well as how the immune system responds to the virus a second time. They will expose any volunteer to the virus, with only those who have a high enough immune response avoiding reinfection.

US Convoy Spotted Transporting Weapons, Logistic Materials to Its Base in Northern Syria

US Convoy Spotted Transporting Weapons, Logistic Materials to Its Base in Northern Syria | 19 April 2021 | Syrian media have reported that US forces have transported weapons, as well as smuggled oil and stolen wheat, to its bases in Syria and Iraq on multiple occasions, despite the fact that the Syrian Arab Republic has never allowed the American military presence in the country. A US convoy carrying weapons and logistic materials, and several armored vehicles, was witnessed in the northwestern province of al-Hasakah, the state-run Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported on Sunday, citing local sources. According to the sources, the convoy of 24 trucks, loaded with boxes of weapons, ammunition, refrigerators, was headed for the US base in the city of al-Shaddadi, south of al-Hasaka.

Intel officials have 'low to moderate' confidence in reports of Russian bounties on U.S. troops

US has 'low to moderate confidence' in reports of Russian bounty on US troops --US intelligence evaluates claims of Afghanistan bounties --Press reports sparked outrage and calls to confront Kremlin | 15 April 2021 | US intelligence agencies have only "low to moderate confidence" in reports [fabricated by the deep state to harm Trump and erode US relations with Russia] last year that Russian spies were offering Taliban militants in Afghanistan bounties for killing US soldiers. The reports in the press citing intelligence sources sparked outrage and demands from Democrats for the Trump administration to confront the Kremlin over the issue. US intelligence had "low to moderate confidence" in the reporting on bounties because "it's based in part on detainee reporting and because of the difficult operating environment in Afghanistan", a senior administration official told reporters.

'US-backed coup plot' involving assassination of Belarusian president, other officials foiled by Minsk and Moscow

'US-backed coup plot' involving assassination of Belarusian president, other officials foiled by Minsk and Moscow | 17 April 2021 | Several people, including two in Russia, have been arrested for allegedly plotting an armed insurrection against the Belarusian president. He claims that the US may have sanctioned the assassination attempt. Earlier this week, several Belarusian opposition figures were arrested in their home country and in neighboring Russia. The two nations made it clear that those arrested are all suspected of plotting an armed insurrection against President Alexander Lukashenko, whose long grip on power was challenged last year by mass protests.

Ted Cruz slams Maxine Waters for ' encouraging riots and violence' after she called on BLM protesters get 'more confrontational' - hours before two National Guardsmen were injured in drive-by shooting in Minneapolis

Ted Cruz slams Maxine Waters for ' encouraging riots and violence' after she called on BLM protesters get 'more confrontational' - hours before two National Guardsmen were injured in drive-by shooting in Minneapolis --Maxine Waters appeared at the Brooklyn Center protests on Saturday --Waters told protesters to ignore the curfew: 'We gotta stay on the street' --She said that the activists should 'get more confrontational' --Hours later, two Guardsmen in Minneapolis were injured in a drive-by shooting | 18 April 2021 | Senator Ted Cruz has accused Democrats of 'actively encouraging riots & violence' after California Representative Maxine Waters joined protesters in Minnesota on Saturday night, and urged the crowd to 'get more confrontational'. Cruz and others slammed Waters for her remarks in Minneapolis on Saturday night -- made just hours before two National Guardsmen tasked with keeping the peace there were injured in a drive-by shooting. Waters traveled to Minneapolis the weekend before closing arguments in the trial of Derek Chauvin, charged with murdering George Floyd on May 25. She also spoke amid protests in response to the killing last week of Daunte Wright, a black 20-year-old shot and killed at a traffic stop by a white police officer, Kimberly Potter.

Pentagon scientists reveal a microchip that senses COVID-19 in your body before you show symptoms and a filter that extracts the virus from blood

Pentagon scientists reveal a microchip that senses COVID-19 in your body before you show symptoms and a filter that extracts the virus from blood --Scientists at the Pentagon's secretive unit are researching viruses | 12 April 2021 | Pentagon scientists working inside a secretive unit set up at the height of the Cold War have created a microchip to be inserted under the skin, which will detect COVID-19 infection, and a revolutionary filter that can remove the virus from the blood when attached to a dialysis machine. The team at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have been working for years on preventing and ending pandemics. They assess the issues and come up with ingenious solutions, which at times appear more from a science fiction novel than a working laboratory. One of their recent inventions, they told 60 Minutes on Sunday night, was a microchip which detects COVID infection in an individual before it can become an outbreak. The microchip is sure to spark worries among some about a government agency [especially DARPA] implanting a microchip in a citizen.

Ontario: Checkpoints at borders, churches restricted, playgrounds closed

Ontario: Checkpoints at borders, churches restricted, playgrounds closed --'We have implemented the strictest measures in all of North America,' Premier Doug Ford said. 'Understand the restrictions will be strongly, strongly enforced.' | 16 April 2021 | Using modeling predictions that have historically proven to be unreliable, the government of Ontario added two more weeks to the already month-long stay-at-home order while burdening citizens with additional restrictive measures that include a 10-person limit at church services, cracking down on travel, closing playgrounds, and stepping up enforcement of rules already in place. "We have implemented the strictest measures in all of North America," Premier Doug Ford said this afternoon during a press conference at Queen's Park where he announced the measures that come into effect on Saturday, April 17 just after midnight... Checkpoints will be set up at all of the province's interprovincial borders with Quebec and Manitoba to clamp down on people trying to enter the province.

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