Rutgers University makes COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for students

Rutgers University makes COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for students | 25 March 2021 | Rutgers University students will be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine by the time they start classes in the fall, school officials announced Thursday. The New Jersey college is believed to be the first in the nation to make the shot a prerequisite for attending classes. Students will be able to request an exemption for medical or religious reasons, the university said. Those who are enrolled in fully remote degree programs or online-only continuing education programs will not need to get the shot either.

House chamber fortified with bulletproof doors - report

House chamber fortified with bulletproof doors - report | 25 March 2021 | The House chamber is reportedly being fortified with bulletproof doors to give the chamber extra protection after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. An Axios reporter saw the workers replacing the doors on Wednesday with staffers reportedly saying they were being replaced with kevlar. Security has been high around the Capitol since the protest.

Ship Stuck in Suez Canal Risks Blocking Key Trade Route for Days

Ship Stuck in Suez Canal Risks Blocking Key Trade Route for Days | 24 March 2021 | It may take days for salvage crew to move the giant container vessel that's clogging the Suez Canal out of the way, according to two people familiar with the situation. The vessel, Ever Given, is well and truly stuck in the embankment along the canal, according to two people familiar with the situation, who asked not to be identified discussing private details. The ship has been jammed length-ways across the canal early Tuesday in Egypt, leaving at least 100 vessels gridlocked.

Suez Canal Snarled by Giant Ship Choking Key Trade Route

Suez Canal Snarled by Giant Ship Choking Key Trade Route --Incident has caused congestion for tankers, ships in the area | 24 March 2021 | A giant ship could be stuck in the Suez Canal for days, blocking one of the world's busiest maritime trade routes that's vital for the movement of everything from oil to consumer goods. The Ever Given, a container ship longer than the Eiffel Tower, ran aground in the southern part of the canal in Egypt, leaving dozens of vessels gridlocked as they attempt to transit between the Red Sea and Mediterranean. People familiar with the matter said the canal may be blocked for days. No progress has been made so far in floating the vessel and clearing the canal, the Gulf Agency Company, which provides services including Suez transits, said by email. Images released by the Suez Canal Authority showed the vessel's hull firmly wedged into a banking. They also depicted efforts by the Baraka 1, one of eight tug boats deployed so far in the rescue, to try and yank the ship free.

Twitter says calling Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa a 'white Christian terrorist' doesn't violate its misinformation policies

Twitter says calling Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa a 'white Christian terrorist' doesn't violate its misinformation policies --Alissa is from Syria and has been identified as Muslim. | 24 March 2021 | Twitter told Newsweek that characterizing accused mass killer Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa as a "white Christian terrorist" doesn't violate its misinformation policies -- even though Alissa is from Syria and has been identified as Muslim. Authorities charged Alissa, 21, with 10 counts of first-degree murder in connection with Monday's mass killing in King Sooper's grocery store in Boulder, Colorado.

F.B.I. Investigating Whether Cuomo Aides Gave False Data on Nursing Homes

F.B.I. Investigating Whether Cuomo Aides Gave False Data on Nursing Homes --The inquiry has added to the legal pressure faced by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his aides over the deaths of nursing home residents from Covid-19. | 19 March 2021 | A federal investigation into Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's handling of nursing homes during the pandemic has focused in recent weeks on whether the governor and his senior aides provided false data on resident deaths to the Justice Department, according to four people with knowledge of the investigation. Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation have contacted lawyers for Mr. Cuomo's aides, interviewed senior officials from the state Health Department and subpoenaed Mr. Cuomo's office for documents related to the disclosure of data last year, the people said. The interviews have included questions about information New York State submitted last year to the Justice Department, which had asked the state for data on Covid-19 cases and deaths in nursing homes, according to the people. False statements in such a submission could constitute a crime.

NYU professor linked to Cuomo's cover-up of nursing home deaths

NYU professor linked to Cuomo's cover-up of nursing home deaths --An NYU Law professor who taught an 'Ethics in Government' course is accused of altering the reported COVID-19 death toll in nursing homes as a member of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration. | 24 March 2021 | Linda Lacewell, the superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services and an adjunct professor at the NYU School of Law, is one of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aides accused of changing a state report to conceal the number of nursing home residents who died during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. NYU Law students now say Lacewell is unfit to teach at NYU Law. According to a New York Times investigation, a report written by New York state health officials in mid-2020 indicated that more than 9,000 nursing home residents died due to the pandemic by June 2020. The number included residents who died in nursing homes as well as in hospitals. Lacewell and two other top Cuomo aides allegedly edited and rewrote the report -- which was not yet public at the time -- to include only residents who died in nursing homes. By excluding residents who died in hospitals, they thereby reduced the reported death toll.

Wisconsin Assembly Votes to Conduct Full-Blown Investigation Into 2020 Election Fraud

Wisconsin Assembly Votes to Conduct Full-Blown Investigation Into 2020 Election Fraud | 24 March 2021 | 2020 election irregularities and outright voter fraud were present in every state in America, but only a couple of states had more reports than Wisconsin. Now, the state Assembly has passed a resolution allowing a full-blown investigation into the 2020 election that authorizes complete legal powers to an investigative committee. This resolution gives the committee authorization if it decides to issue subpoenas to compel testimony and gather documents, said Rep. Joe Sanfelippo. It was passed by the Republican-controlled Assembly along party lines.

HHS asks Pentagon to house migrant children at two Texas bases

HHS asks Pentagon to house migrant children at two Texas bases | 23 March 2021 | The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has asked the Pentagon to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant children at two Texas military installations, the Department of Defense (DOD) confirmed Tuesday. HHS sent a request for assistance to the Pentagon for specific use of a vacant dorm at Joint Base San Antonio, in Lackland, and vacant land at Fort Bliss outside of El Paso, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters. The two bases had previously not been disclosed as under consideration to house migrant children, who have increased in number at the southwestern border in recent months.

Covid Cases Spike in a Dozen States With High Vaccination Rates Which May Signal a Feared Health Catastrophe

Covid Cases Spike in a Dozen States With High Vaccination Rates Which May Signal a Feared Health Catastrophe | 22 March 2021 | The fact COVID cases are spiking in a dozen States with high vaccination rates may indicate vaccination is spawning viral mutations that turn vaccinated individuals into super-spreaders. The vaccine suppresses symptoms but fails to halt transmission. A vaccine-induced health catastrophe may be unfolding. It is something journalist Mike Whitney recently called "Satan's Poker." It is what mathematicians in France recently feared in their analysis of the future course of the COVID pandemic. COVID-19 is likely mutating and is turning on younger age groups. As the mathematicians stated in October of 2020 in the journal Mathematical Biosciences, health authorities need to monitor, very early on, if a significant number of younger people are affected by a severe form of the disease. That would be a shift from the frail elderly to middle-age adults, which is what is occurring in Israel where 50% of the population has been inoculated with an RNA vaccine.

Biden considering executive action on gun control, Psaki says

Biden considering executive action on gun control, Psaki says | 23 March 2021 | Joe Biden is considering executive action on gun control in the wake of two mass shootings in less than a week, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday. Psaki did not specify what action Biden might take. "We are considering a range of levers, including working through legislation, including executive action," Psaki told reporters. "That has been under discussion and will continue to be under discussion."

Lobbyists see Biden's infrastructure package as windfall

Lobbyists see Biden's infrastructure package as windfall | 23 March 2021 | A massive White House spending proposal on infrastructure and other domestic priorities is setting the stage for a potential lobbying blitz on Capitol Hill, particularly as more lawmakers embrace a return to earmarks. Lobbying shops on K Street are eager to take on clients big and small who would be competing for new government funding in the legislation expected to hit $3 trillion, and lobbyists on both sides of the aisle are excited about earmarks opening up new avenues of advocacy. "Anytime you have a bill of this magnitude, if you're a lobbyist you wake up and you say to yourself, 'This could be good. There's going to be a lot of opportunity,'" said Ivan Zapien, a partner at Hogan Lovells.

Border Patrol in Rio Grande Valley releasing illegal crossers into US without court date

Border Patrol in Rio Grande Valley releasing illegal crossers into US without court date | 22 March 2021 | Fox News confirmed Sunday that Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector (RGV) have begun to process and release illegal border crossers who claim asylum without issuing a Notice to Appear (NTA) - allowing them to depart custody without scheduling a court date for a hearing. The unprecedented move places the responsibility of seeking an asylum hearing on the migrants through Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or legal assistance. Multiple Border Patrol agents confirmed the new process to Fox News, revealing that they have been directed to use prosecutorial discretion (PD) to forgo the hours-long process of paperwork required to issue an NTA amid the surge of migrants at the border.

81 Million Vote-Getter Joe Biden Greeted by Two Dozen Supporters in Columbus for Ohio State Speech

81 Million Vote-Getter Joe Biden Greeted by Two Dozen Supporters in Columbus for Ohio State Speech --Weather: sunny, temperatures in the high 60s | 23 March 2021 | 81 million vote getter Joe Biden was received by a small crowd of about two dozen enthusiastic supporters, mostly college students, who gathered to greet him as he arrived for a speech at The Ohio State University in the liberal enclave of Columbus, Ohio. The weather was not a factor as it is a bright sunny day with temperatures in the high 60s. Video shows about two dozen supporters gathered on one corner of the intersection when Biden arrived. No supporters were on the other three corners.

'Everybody wants him' - Trump to launch social media platform in coming months, aide says

'Everybody wants him' - Trump to launch social media platform in coming months, aide says | 23 March 2021 | Former President Donald Trump is planning to return to social media with his own social network, according to spokesman Jason Miller. "I do think that we're going to see President Trump returning to social media, probably in about two or three months here, with his own platform," Miller told Fox News on Sunday... The reported move comes months after the former president was banned from an array of platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube -- the largest social media sites in the United States.

Biden calls on Senate to pass gun control measures 'immediately' after Boulder shooting

Biden calls on Senate to pass gun control measures 'immediately' after Boulder shooting --Biden also urges Congress to ban 'assault weapons' | 23 March 2021 | Joe Biden on Tuesday implored the Senate to pass new gun control measures in the wake of a mass shooting that left 10 dead in Boulder, Colorado, this week. Biden said he didn't "want to wait another minute, let alone an hour," to act on gun violence. He urged the House and Senate to ban "assault weapons," as he said he did as a senator.

King Soopers Shooting: Ahmad Al-Issa Suspected of Killing 10

King Soopers Shooting: Ahmad Al-Issa Suspected of Killing 10 | 23 March 2021 | The suspect in the mass shooting at a grocery store in Boulder on Monday has been identified as 21-year-old Ahmad Al-Issa from Arvada. Ten people, including one police officer, were killed at the King Soopers store at Table Mesa Drive and South Broadway. Al-Issa was shot in the leg by a Boulder police officer and was taken into custody. Al-Issa has been charged with 10 counts of murder.

3 Fully Vaccinated Hawaii Residents Test Positive for COVID-19

3 Fully Vaccinated Hawaii Residents Test Positive for COVID-19 | 23 March 2021 | Three Hawaii residents who were fully vaccinated against the coronavirus have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, according to the Hawaii Department of Health (DOH). All three patients had received both doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, reported KITV4. They all experienced mild symptoms and did not appear to spread the disease to others, the DOH told the news station.

Children Squeezed Body-to-Body in Illegal Immigrant Facility, Leaked Images Show

Children Squeezed Body-to-Body in Illegal Immigrant Facility, Leaked Images Show | 22 March 2021 | Thousands of children that came across the southern border illegally are crowded in the Donna overflow detention facility near the border in the southern tip of Texas, according to leaked images. The images show hundreds of children huddled under emergency blankets in the jam-packed "cells," divided by transparent plastic curtains hanging from metal frames. Eight such "cells" form a "pod." The facility, composed of several interconnected massive tents, contains eight "pods" that hold an average of 3,000 people at any given time, according to Project Veritas, an undercover journalism nonprofit that released the images on March 22. That adds up to 47 people per cell on average.

Israeli Jews Petition International Criminal Court, Say Israel's Mandatory COVID Vaccines Violate Nuremberg Code

Israeli Jews Petition International Criminal Court, Say Israel's Mandatory COVID Vaccines Violate Nuremberg Code --The group believes that Jews are being experimented on en masse, in a program similar to the Nazi regime in Germany. | 20 March 2021 | Israel became one of the first nations in the world to mandate COVID-19 vaccines, and to introduce a COVID passport system that would only allow individuals to participate in society -- including commerce -- after they received the vaccine and were approved to join the system. Now, a group of Israeli Jews are suing the Netanyahu administration in international court, making the case that Israel is violating the Nuremberg Code by essentially making Israelis subject to a medical experiment using the controversial vaccines. The Anshe Ha-Emet (People of the Truth) fellowship -- comprising Israeli doctors, lawyers, campaigners and concerned citizens -- complained to the ICC prosecutor at the Hague, accusing the government of conducting a national "medical experiment" without first seeking "informed consent."

Illegal Immigrants to Receive $4.38 Billion in Stimulus Checks - Report

Illegal Immigrants to Receive $4.38 Billion in Stimulus Checks - Report | 22 March 2021 | As Americans start to receive the latest round of stimulus checks, a new analysis reveals that about $4.38 billion will also go to illegal immigrants. The Center for Immigration Studies estimates that 2.65 million illegal immigrants have Social Security numbers that allow them to receive stimulus checks. This group of illegal immigrants can be described as "aliens temporarily present without status," according to Steven Camarota, director of research for the Center for Immigration Studies.

Facebook permanently suspends page of Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase

Facebook permanently suspends page of Virginia State Senator Amanda Chase --Big Tech deplatforms another politician. | 22 March 2021 | Facebook has permanently suspended the page of Virginia State Senator and gubernatorial candidate Amanda Chase which had more than 144,000 followers. The page was initially given a temporary 60-day suspension on January 8, days after Chase had posted numerous updates about the January 6 storming of the US Capitol including a post stating "Antifa is the culprit" and a post about Iraq veteran Ashli Babbitt who was fatally shot by Capitol police on January 6.

Employees Sue LAUSD for Mandating Experimental Covid-19 Vaccine

Employees Sue LAUSD for Mandating Experimental Covid-19 Vaccine --Employees of LAUSD, with the assistance of the Health Freedom Defense Fund, filed a federal lawsuit demanding that LAUSD halt its Covid-19 vaccine mandate. | 18 March 2021 | Last night employees of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), with the assistance of the Health Freedom Defense Fund, filed a federal lawsuit demanding that LAUSD halt its Covid-19 vaccine mandate. LAUSD, the second largest school district in the US, is forcing its employees to take an experimental vaccine in order to remain employed, which is contrary to federal law and basic human rights. All Covid-19 vaccines available in the US at present have been issued under Emergency Use Authorizations-- (EUA) none have been licensed or approved by FDA.

Teachers Sue LA School District Over COVID Vaccine Mandate

Teachers Sue LA School District Over COVID Vaccine Mandate --Groups representing teachers, counselors and employees say the Los Angeles Unified School District’s vaccine mandate violates federal law and basic human rights. | 22 March 2021 | Employees of the second-largest school district in the U.S. filed suit last week to prevent the district from mandating COVID-19 vaccines as a condition of employment. California Educators for Medical Freedom, with assistance from the Health Freedom Defense Fund (HFDF), filed a federal lawsuit March 17 against the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). In a press release, HFDF said LAUSD's vaccine mandate violates federal law and basic human rights by requiring employees to take an experimental vaccine in order to remain employed.

New Military Policies Coerce Service Members Into Getting COVID Vaccines

New Military Policies Coerce Service Members Into Getting COVID Vaccines --Under Emergency Use Authorization, a vaccine must be voluntary. Yet military officers are coercing service members into taking COVID vaccines by withholding privileges from the unvaccinated. | 19 March 2021 | The military has imposed widespread coercive policies to reach a goal of 100% vaccinated personnel. Despite the COVID-19 vaccine being voluntary under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), service members are being subjected to segregation policies designed to coerce them into taking an experimental drug. The COVID vaccines have not demonstrated efficacy in preventing infection or transmission, nor do these vaccines have long-term safety data. At Altus Air Force Base in Oklahoma, Col. Matthew A. Leard, recently signed a memorandum, "97 AMW Policies and Directives Regarding Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)" for all personnel with two very different lists of restrictions for those vaccinated and not vaccinated.

Biden admin green-lights $86 million taxpayer funds to house illegal border crossers in hotels

Biden admin green-lights $86 million taxpayer funds to house illegal border crossers in hotels --Nearly 19,000 migrant families were caught crossing southwest border in February, CBP reports | 21 March 2021 | Immigration and Customs Enforcement is securing hotel rooms to handle the growing influx of illegal families crossing into the United States. The Biden administration has awarded ICE an $86.9 million contract for hotel rooms near the border to provide temporary shelter and processing services for families who have not been expelled from the United States but have been placed in immigration proceedings for their removal. The contract, through Texas-based nonprofit Endeavors, provides 1,239 beds and "other necessary services."

Border Patrol in Rio Grande Valley considering releasing illegal crossers into US without court date

Border Patrol in Rio Grande Valley considering releasing illegal crossers into US without court date --Such a decision would be unprecedented if enacted and would place the responsibility of seeking an asylum hearing on the migrants | 21 March 2021 | Fox News has learned from a senior source with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) that a plan is under consideration for Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector (RGV) to begin releasing illegal border crossers who claim asylum without issuing a Notice to Appear (NTA) - meaning they will depart custody without a court date. Such a decision would be unprecedented if enacted and would place the responsibility of seeking an asylum hearing on the migrants through Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or legal assistance. The source says the reasoning for the decision is that the situation has "become so dire that BP [Border Patrol] has no choice but to release people nearly immediately after apprehension because there is no space to hold people even to do necessary NTA paperwork."

Letlow wins Louisiana special House election to replace late husband

Letlow wins Louisiana special House election to replace late husband | 20 March 2021 | Louisiana Republican Julia Letlow won the special election in the state's 5th Congressional District in the race to replace her late husband, former Rep.-elect Luke Letlow (R), who died from COVID-19 complications in December. According to election results recorded by The New York Times, Letlow won a resounding 64.5 percent of the vote. Both NBC and CNN projected Letlow's win Saturday night after 10 p.m., EDT. Letlow, who was backed in the race by former President Trump, bested at least eight other Republicans and won the seat outright on Saturday, avoiding a runoff.

Tanzania's populist President John Magufuli has died at 61

Tanzania's populist President John Magufuli has died at 61 | 17 March 2021 | President John Magufuli of Tanzania, a prominent COVID-19 skeptic in Africa whose populist rule often cast his East African country in a harsh international spotlight, has died. He was 61 years old. Magufuli's death was announced on Wednesday by Vice President Samia Suluhu, who said the president died of heart failure. "Our beloved president passed on at 6 p.m. this evening," said Suluhu on national television.

Pelosi Dismisses Expulsion Resolution for GOP Rep. Greene

Pelosi Dismisses Expulsion Resolution for GOP Rep. Greene | 20 March 2021 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) dismissed a move to expel a Republican representative from Congress. On Friday, Pelosi said she did not want to be involved with the effort to kick out freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.). This came after Rep. Jimmy Gomez (D-Calif.) proposed the resolution, accusing the Republican of pedaling 'conspiracy' theories.

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