Dow plummets 500 points after the Fed delivers another aggressive rate hike

Dow plummets 500 points after the Fed delivers another aggressive rate hike | 21 Sept 2022 | Stocks fell in volatile trading Wednesday after the Federal Reserve raised rates by 75 basis points and forecast more sizable rate hikes ahead in its fight to tame surging inflation. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 522.45 points, or 1.7%, to close at 30,183.78. The S&P 500 shed 1.71% to 3,789.93 and the Nasdaq Composite slumped 1.79% to 11,220.19. The S&P ended Wednesday’s session down more than 10% in the past month and 21% off its 52-week high, while the Dow and Nasdaq finished more than 21% and 30% off their highs, respectively. Even before the rate decision, stocks were pricing in an aggressive tightening campaign by the Fed that could tip the economy into a recession.

Tesla Megapack battery caught fire at PG&E substation in California

Tesla Megapack battery caught fire at PG&E substation in California --The fire caused road closures and shelter-in-place orders for residents nearby. --Richard Stedman, an air pollution control officer for the Monterey Bay Air Resources District (MBARD) said in general lithium ion battery fires can emit toxic constituents like hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid. | 21 Sept 2022 | At least one Tesla Megapack caught fire early Tuesday morning at the energy storage facility operated by utility PG&E in Monterey, California. As of late Tuesday morning, there were no power outages for PG&E customers, nor any injuries to on-site personnel due to the fire, according to PG&E spokesperson Jeff Smith. The California utility became aware of the fire at 1:30 a.m. on September 20, 2022, Smith said in an e-mail. PG&E had commissioned the 182.5-megawatt (MW) Tesla Megapack system, known as the Elkhorn Battery at Moss Landing, in April this year.

Coalition of 24 State Attorneys General Send Letter to Credit Card Companies for Violation of Second Amendment Rights

Coalition of 24 State Attorneys General Send Letter to Credit Card Companies for Violation of Second Amendment Rights | 21 Sept 2022 | Officials in New York City and the state of New York have asked American Express, MasterCard, and Visa to make a four-digit merchant category code (MCC) like the ones used for other retail categories to better identify and report suspicious behavior, such as large purchases of firearms. On Friday, September 9, 2022, the International Organization for Standardization -- the organization in charge of setting standards for business transactions -- voted to create a "merchant category code" for gun purchases. This will allow banks that process payments from gun retailers to assign the new code to the gun stores. On Tuesday, a group of twenty-four state attorneys general sent a letter to American Express Company CEO Stephen J. Squeri, Mastercard Inc. CEO Michael Miebach, and Visa Inc. CEO Alfred F. Kelly, Jr. strongly objecting to the companies' plans to implement the ISO Merchant Category Code. "The creation of a Merchant Category Code for sales at U.S. gun stores will not only not accomplish its intended goal, but is rife for misuse and abuse," Attorney General Schmitt announced. "Missourians value their Second Amendment rights and oppose any attempts to create a de-facto gun registry. I'm proud to stand up for those rights and will oppose this decision by the major credit card companies at every turn."

Federal Judge Strikes Down Federal School Mask and Vaccine Mandate

Federal Judge Strikes Down Federal School Mask and Vaccine Mandate --Ruling permanently enjoins vaccine, mask mandates in 24 states | 21 Sept 2022 | Today, a federal judge in Louisiana ruled that the federal government cannot require Head Start program teachers, staff and volunteers be vaccinated against COVID-19, nor can they require that adults and students wear masks. In December 2021, teacher Sandy Brick filed a lawsuit in federal court Louisiana to stop the mandate and are represented by the national law firm Liberty Justice Center and the Louisiana-based Pelican Institute for Public Policy. In the ruling permanently enjoining the vaccine and mask mandate in 24 states, U.S. District Court Judge Terry A. Doughty writes: "The public interest is served by maintaining the constitutional structure and maintaining the liberty of individuals who do not want to take the COVID-19 vaccine. This interest outweighs Agency Defendants' interests..." Brick v. Biden was filed Dec. 22, 2021, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana, Lake Charles Division. [See press release.]

Russia to begin partial mobilization - Putin

Russia to begin partial mobilization - Putin --The measure will apply to members of the reserve forces and those with military experience | 21 Sept 2022 | In a nationwide address on Wednesday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial military mobilization. He explained that the Defense Ministry has recommended drawing military reservists into active service, as the country faces a protracted conflict in Ukraine and Donbass. The measure is sensible and necessary under the circumstances, Putin stated, adding that he has already signed an order for the call-up to start immediately. The Armed Forces will draw on military reservists only, and those who have completed national service, the president added. He promised that they will be provided with additional training along with all the benefits due to people involved in active duty. In his speech, Putin accused Kiev of backing away from peace talks, acting on direct orders from its Western backers. Instead of negotiating, the Ukrainian government has beefed up its military with NATO-trained troops, many of whom are neo-Nazi extremists, he said.

A Natural Gas Shortage Is Looming for the U.S.

A Natural Gas Shortage Is Looming for the U.S. | 19 Sept 2022 | Last week, the media rushed to report that natural gas prices in the United States had fallen sharply after trade unions and railway companies reached a tentative deal that averted a potentially devastating strike. Indeed, natural gas prices fell by nearly a dollar per million British thermal units, helped by a respectable build in inventories. And yet, inventories remain below the seasonal average, exports are running at record rates, and producers are beginning to struggle to meet demand, both at home and abroad. Reuters' John Kemp wrote in a recent column that domestic and international gas consumption had risen to record highs, and shale producers--the ones that account for the bulk of U.S. natural gas output--were having a hard time catching up with this demand.

Vladimir Putin announces partial mobilisation for Russian citizens

Vladimir Putin announces partial mobilisation for Russian citizens | 21 Sept 2022 | Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced a partial mobilisation in Russia as the war in Ukraine approaches the seven-month mark. Putin said such a move was necessary to take an urgent decision to protect our people in the "liberated lands" and that the decree had been signed. He announced the move in a bid "to defend the motherland, its sovereignty and territorial integrity, the security of our people." "We are talking about partial mobilisation, that is, only citizens who are currently in the reserve will be subject to conscription, and above all, those who served in the armed forces have a certain military specialty and relevant experience. He added that people living in areas of Ukraine under Russian control do not want to be "under the yoke of neo-Nazis" and doubled down on referendums in the areas. During a televised address, he also issued a threat to the West stating: "If the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, to defend Russia and our people, we will use all means we have. This is not a bluff."

DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhie Regions to Hold Referendum on Joining Russia

DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhie Regions to Hold Referendum on Joining Russia | 21 Sept 2022 | On September 20, the DPR, LPR, and the territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions that are under Russian control simultaneously announced their decisions to hold referendum on joining Russia. On September 19, the Public Chamber of the LPR appealed to the head of the region Leonid Pasechnik and the People's Council (Parliament) with the initiative to immediately hold a referendum on joining Russia. On the same day, the Public Chamber of the Donetsk People's Republic prepared a similar appeal to the head of the DPR Denis Pushilin and the People's Council of the Republic. On September 20, the People's Council of the LPR appointed a referendum on joining Russia for the period from September 23 to 27, 2022. The same dates were chosen for the referendum in the DPR. On September 20, the public movement "We are together with Russia" asked the head of the military-civil administration of the Zaporozhye region, Yevgeny Balitsky, to hold a referendum and join Russia as soon as possible.

Ukraine's Zaporozhye Region bids to join Russia

Ukraine's Zaporozhye Region bids to join Russia --A vote on strategically important province's future is set to start on Friday | 20 Sept 2022 | Zaporozhye Region in northeastern Ukraine will hold a referendum from 23-27 September on whether its people want to secede from the country and join Russia, the local administration’s head has announced. A petition calling on the region's military-civilian administration to hold such a vote was issued on Tuesday by a local group tasked with representing the general public. They asked the region's authorities "to immediately organize a referendum on the issue of joining our region to the Russian Federation." "We want certainty and a stable happy future for our homeland," the civic body's head, Vladimir Rogov, said during a gathering in the city of Melitopol. "We are ready to fulfill our right for self-determination and settle once and for all the issue of the territorial status of our region."

Man Died From Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine - New Zealand Coroner

Man Died From Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine - New Zealand Coroner | 20 Sept 2022 | The death of Rory Nairn, a New Zealand plumber, was caused by myocarditis stemming from the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, a coroner confirmed. Nairn, 26, died on Nov. 17, 2021, just 12 days after receiving the first dose of the vaccine. Coroner Sue Johnson led an inquest into the cause of Nairn's death and publicly released the findings on Tuesday. "The cause of [Nairn's] death was myocarditis, due to vaccination with the ComirnatyTM Pfizer/BioN Tech COVID-19 vaccine," she said. Johnson used evidence based on expert findings by pathologist Noelyn Hung, who said the direct cause of Nairn's death was "acute myocarditis," according to NZ Herald.

EU Ramps Up Great Reset Power Grab to Secure Vital Supply Chains

EU Ramps Up Great Reset Power Grab to Secure Vital Supply Chains By 2nd Smartest Guy in the World | 20 Sept 2022 | (Opinion) ...[T]he EU has announced their Single Market Emergency Instrument (SMEI) scheme that will grant WEF-owned bureaucrats ever more powers to usher in their Great Reset... These very same bureaucrats that have central planned this crisis to begin with are now in the open declaring yet another "emergency" to "solve" what they have perpetrated with more of the same central planning. But this is not the definition of insanity, because they are doing the same thing over and over with the expectations of the same results; namely, this is their perfect definition of the ultimate transhumanist eugenics program. Invoking the term "Single Market" is in plain sight an admission of their technocommunism. They then claim to ensure "free movement" of goods, yet their proposal is completely anti-free market, anti-capitalism and de facto anti-free movement of goods.

Chinese-based company buys Levy land for primate quarantine and breeding facility

Chinese-based company buys Levy land for primate quarantine and breeding facility | 17 Sept 2022 | A Chinese-based biological research company purchased 1,400 acres for $5.5 million in July with hopes to build a primate quarantine and breeding facility, according to Levy County officials and records. JOINN Laboratories bought the property from L & T Cattle & Timber LLC, which is owned by Steven and Justin Lamb, longtime Citrus County businessmen... Pre-purchase, JOINN Laboratories, its attorney and the Realtor marketing the property made contact with the Levy County Planning and Zoning Department for a primate quarantine and breeding facility, said Stacey Hectus, the county's planning and zoning director. Levy County permits research laboratories in its industrial zoning only, Hectus told the Chronicle. The parcel that JOINN Laboratories purchased has a Future Land Use and Zoning of Forestry/Rural Residential (F/RR).

Australian Study Treats Climate Change Skepticism as a Mental Disorder

Australian Study Treats Climate Change Skepticism as a Mental Disorder | 17 Sept 2022 | A team of psychological researchers from Australia is delving into the mindset of those who refuse to buy the notion that man-made climate change is quickly creating an unlivable, barren wasteland on Earth. Researchers from the University of the Sunshine Coast looked to explain why such "cranks" continue to deny what they call "the reality of climate change, its causes, impacts and the need for mitigatory action." The study's authors -- Breanna Fraser, Patrick Nunn, and Rachael Sharman -- set out to discover why climate change skeptics think the way they do, beyond what they call "sociodemographic and value factors." Instead, the study proposed to look at psychological factors involved in climate change skepticism. The study asked 390 Australian participants why they refused to buy the climate change narrative... According to the researchers, climate change skeptics were guilty of using "mental gymnastics" in order to deny what they called "the near-universal agreement among scientists on the reality and impact of climate change."

Starbucks closes store over safety concerns in crime-ridden city of New Orleans

Starbucks closes store over safety concerns in crime-ridden city of New Orleans | 18 Sept 2022 | A popular Starbucks location in New Orleans will close next month due to safety concerns, just weeks after Starbucks' top executive said crime will force stores across the country to close. "Challenges to personal safety and security, racism [?], a growing mental health crisis, and issues magnified by COVID [?] are challenges playing out within our stores," Starbucks spokesman Sam Jefferies said of the closure in New Orleans, according to Fox 8. The Canal Street Starbucks location has been in operation for nine years. It will officially close on Oct. 3. Starbucks officials announced in July that 16 stores across the country were closing due to safety concerns. [In reality, the safety concerns are caused by defund-the-police policies and Soros-installed district attorneys whose goal is to destroy the U.S. from within so that BlackRock and other WEF players can swoop in and buy properties cheap. It's Great Reset 101. --LRP]

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's Cellphone Seized by FBI - Report

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's Cellphone Seized by FBI - Report | 14 Sept 2022 | MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell – an ally of President Donald Trump - reportedly has been served with a search warrant and had his cellphone seized by the FBI while sitting at the drive-thru of a Hardee's in Minnesota. The New York Times received confirmation from the FBI field office in Denver that Lindell was served with a warrant, though they provided little in the way of details and declined to comment. The report indicates the MyPillow CEO was questioned about his connection to Tina Peters, a county clerk in Mesa, Colorado recently indicted on state charges related to a scheme to download data from voting machines used in the 2020 presidential [so-called] election.

'Stunning': The Real Reason Health Officials Won't Let Independent Scientists Examine mRNA Vaccine Vials

'Stunning': The Real Reason Health Officials Won't Let Independent Scientists Examine mRNA Vaccine Vials | 13 Sept 2022 | Summary: The reason health officials don't want individual vaccine vials examined by independent scientists is that the vials are all different -- and the mRNA in the shots is not intact. For an effective mRNA product, the mRNA integrity needs to be 100%, meaning all the RNA must be intact. Considering how ineffective the jabs are, it seems fair to question whether lack of mRNA integrity might be to blame. Fragmented RNA could potentially also be hazardous to health by generating incomplete spike proteins. While we do not know if incomplete spike proteins are dangerous, it's possible they might contribute to cellular stress. The "bad batch" phenomenon may also be indicative of quality problems. Independent investigations have revealed that some lots of the shots are associated with very severe side effects and death, whereas other lots have very few or no adverse events associated with their use. However, the fact that "hot" lots are being released in a coordinated fashion suggests vaccine makers may in fact be doing intentional lethal-dose testing on the public, and that these "bad batches" are not merely the result of intermittently poor manufacturing.

Court Rules Against Social Media Companies in Free Speech Censorship Fight

Court Rules Against Social Media Companies in Free Speech Censorship Fight --'We reject the idea that corporations have a freewheeling First Amendment right to censor what people say' | 17 Sept 2022 | A federal appeals court in New Orleans has ruled in favor of a Texas law that seeks to rein in the power of social media companies like Facebook and Twitter to censor free speech. The decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans, handed down on Sept. 16, upholds the constitutionality of a Texas law signed by Gov. Greg Abbott last year and delivers a victory to Republicans in their fight against big tech censorship of conservative viewpoints. "Today we reject the idea that corporations have a freewheeling First Amendment right to censor what people say," U.S. Circuit Court Judge Andrew Oldham wrote in the opinion. "Because the district court held otherwise, we reverse its injunction and remand for further proceedings," Oldham added, setting the stage for a showdown in the U.S. Supreme Court.

U.S. Government Announces Additional $600 Million Arms Package to Ukraine

Insane in the membrane: U.S. Government Announces Additional $600 Million Arms Package to Ukraine | 17 Sept 2022 | The Biden regime recently green-lit an additional $600 million arms package for Ukraine. According to Press TV, the United States government's move was met with sharp condemnation from the Russian government. The authorities in Russia warned that continued military aid to Ukraine will only worsen the Russo-Ukrainian conflict. Per a White House memo that the U.S. State Department received on September 15, 2022, this injection of military aid features High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS), claymore mines, mine clearing equipment, night vision goggles, 105mm artillery rounds, and 155mm precision-guided artillery rounds.

Photo of Zelensky guard sporting Nazi insignia vanishes

Photo of Zelensky guard sporting Nazi insignia vanishes --An image released by the presidential office showing a soldier with an SS-style patch has been quietly removed | 17 Sept 2022 | Ukraine's presidential office has altered the set of photos displayed from Vladimir Zelensky's visit to the recently re-captured town of Izium in the country's east. A picture of one of Zelensky's armed guards wearing an SS-style patch has been quietly removed from all platforms. The photo, originally released on the presidential website, Telegram, and other social media, featured a soldier with a stylized skull and crossbones symbol that closely resembles the one used by the 3rd SS Panzer Division "Totenkopf." The offensive patch appeared to be a modernized, "tactical" version of the insignia, with the skull adorned with a ballistic helmet with headphones. But the helmet appears to display the skeleton key symbol, the insignia of the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler. [WHY is Biden sending billions in U.S. tax dollars to fund Nazis in Ukraine?]

Another 50 migrants arrive at VP's residence, three buses head to New York

Another 50 migrants arrive at VP's residence, three buses head to New York | 17 Sept 2022 | Around 50 migrants arrived outside Kamala Harris's official Washington, D.C., residence on Saturday morning, marking the third bus sent by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott who is cracking down on illegal immigration in his state. The bus, which carried people mostly from Venezuela, included a one-month-old baby. Upon arrival, aid workers took the migrants to a local shelter. Separately, three more buses carrying migrants arrived in New York City on Saturday morning. Mr. Abbott announced his plans to ship migrants to so-called sanctuary cities to send a message to the Biden administration about its loose border policies.

New study finds organ recipients rejecting transplant after receiving COVID vaccine

New study finds organ recipients rejecting transplant after receiving COVID vaccine | 13 Sept 2022 | Some transplant recipients are rejecting their new organ and scientists say the coronavirus vaccine may be to blame. According to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine, acute corneal allografts are being rejected by immunized patients who've undergone the procedure. Researchers say the underlying cause could be tied to a systemic inflammatory response elicited by the shot post-jab. Corneal grafts are used to restore a damaged cornea. The surgery is known to be one of the most successful organ transplant procedures with low rejection rates... Japanese researchers compiled data from 23 studies. A total of 23 eyes from 21 patients who had undergone corneal graft procedures were assessed. Graft rejection occurred anywhere from one day to six weeks after vaccination in all patients–some who underwent the procedure as far back as twenty years ago.

Denmark Government Advises People Under 50 Not to Get COVID-19 Boosters

Denmark Government Advises People Under 50 Not to Get COVID-19 Boosters | 15 Sept 2022 | Denmark will not offer those under the age of 50 more COVID-19 vaccine boosters, the Danish Health Authority announced this week. "The purpose of vaccination is not to prevent infection with COVID-19, and people aged under 50 are therefore currently not being offered booster vaccination," the agency wrote in a Sept. 13 statement. The Scandinavian country also explicitly dropped any pretense to halt the spread of COVID-19 and announced it will focus on protecting vulnerable individuals, including people with compromised immune systems and the elderly... Instead, the agency has an "aim to prevent serious illness, hospitalization, and death," the statement said. Denmark was one of the first countries in the world to stop giving COVID-19 vaccines to healthy children.

Illinois Governor Issues Emergency Disaster Over Illegal Immigrants Bused From Texas

Illinois Governor Issues Emergency Disaster Over Illegal Immigrants Bused From Texas | 15 Sept 2022 | The governor of Illinois on Wednesday issued an emergency disaster proclamation after several hundred illegal immigrants were bused from the U.S.–Mexico border to Illinois. Gov. J.B. Pritzker, a Democrat, issued an executive order to send 75 members of the state National Guard to assist in making sure "all state resources are available to support asylum seekers arriving nearly daily to Chicago from the state of Texas." For months, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's administration has been sending illegal immigrants who crossed into Texas from Mexico to several Democrat-run municipalities, including New York City, Illinois, and Washington, D.C. The three cities have declared themselves "sanctuary cities" that will not cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement orders.

Martha's Vineyard Migrants Being Shipped to Joint Base Cape Cod

Martha's Vineyard Migrants Being Shipped to Joint Base Cape Cod | 16 Sept 2022 | Migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are being transported to Joint Base Cape Cod (JBCC). Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's administration on Friday released details to provide shelter and humanitarian support for the migrants, and added that the National Guard will be activated as part of the relief effort. DeSantis sent a pair of flights of illegal immigrants Wednesday to Martha's Vineyard in the latest move to get Democrat-run areas away from the southern border to bear some responsibility for Joe Biden's "open border policies." Baker's administration said shelter and humanitarian supports will be provided at JBCC for the approximately 50 Venezuelan migrants who arrived in Martha's Vineyard this week.

Martha's Vineyard, Which Voted 84% for Biden, Gets Illegal Aliens Deported to Military Base

Martha's Vineyard, Which Voted 84% for Biden, Gets Illegal Aliens Deported to Military Base | 16 Sept 2022 | After declaring a "humanitarian crisis," the outcry from Martha's Vineyard over just 50 illegal alien arrivals has prompted Gov. Charlie Baker (R) to deport the group from the elite island off the coast of Massachusetts to a nearby military base. This week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) flew about 50 illegal aliens to Martha's Vineyard -- a wealthy enclave of liberals and home to former President Obama who owns a nearly $12 million estate. Democrat officials on Martha's Vineyard immediately declared a "humanitarian crisis" even as the 50 illegal alien arrivals are a drop in the ocean compared to the nearly 6,000 border crossers and illegal aliens that American border towns are subjected to every day.

U.S. stocks skid to levels not seen since mid-July

U.S. stocks skid to levels not seen since mid-July | 16 Sept 2022 | All three major U.S. stock indexes slid to levels not touched since mid-July, with the S&P 500 closing below 3,900, a closely watched support level. The S&P 500 lost 0.72% to end at 3,873.33 points, while the Nasdaq Composite lost 0.90%, to 11,448.40. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.45%, to 30,822.42. FedEx dominated the conversation. The package delivery company said it expects business conditions to further weaken in the current quarter after global volume softness accelerated in the final weeks the quarter ending August 31.

DeSantis Sends Illegal Immigrants on Flights to Martha's Vineyard

DeSantis Sends Illegal Immigrants on Flights to Martha's Vineyard --Martha's Vineyard--where former President Barack Obama bought a $12 million estate in 2019--is an island south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts. | 16 Sept 2022 | Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has sent two planes of illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, following through on his plan to send illegal aliens to Democrat-controlled areas. Taryn Fenske, the governor's communications director, told media outlets in a statement on Sept. 14 that the flights were part of Florida's "relocation program to transport illegal immigrants to sanctuary destinations." Fenske pointed out that Florida's Republican-controlled Legislature has handed DeSantis $12 million to transport illegal immigrants out of the state. When the governor made the budget request in December, he named Martha's Vineyard as one of the destinations for sending illegal aliens, as well as Joe Biden's home state of Delaware.

Fetterman cast lone vote in failed bid to free man convicted of murdering woman with scissors; DA speaks out

Fetterman cast lone vote in failed bid to free man convicted of murdering woman with scissors; DA speaks out --'He had a predetermined agenda,' District Attorney Matt Weintraub says of Fetterman | 16 Sept 2022 | Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. and Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman last year cast the lone vote in a failed bid to commute the sentence of a man convicted of murdering a woman with a pair of scissors. The district attorney in the case alleged during an interview with Fox News Digital on Thursday that Fetterman "had a predetermined agenda" to get the man released, and that he tried to use his power as chair of the state's Board of Pardons to substitute the "power of the jury and the criminal justice system." John David Brookins was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison in 1992 for the 1990 killing of his girlfriend's mother, Sharon Ginsberg, who was found with a pair of large scissors lodged in her chest.

Trident Order #12, Which Disqualified SEALs From Duty for Seeking Vaccine Mandate Religious Exemption, Quietly Canceled by U.S. Navy

Trident Order #12, Which Disqualified SEALs From Duty for Seeking Vaccine Mandate Religious Exemption, Quietly Canceled by U.S. Navy | 15 Sept 2022 | “Trident Order #12” disqualified SEALs seeking religious exemptions from the COVID-19 vaccine. SEALs seeking the exemption would be barred from training, traveling for deployment and conducting other standard business thus making them un-deployable. The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on the negative impact that vaccine mandates have had on the US Military as well as the concerning use of the mandate to "intentionally purge" religious military members... The US Navy quietly rolled back Trident Order #12, an order denying religious exemptions for covid vaccinations, a few months after an injunction was issued by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in early 2022 as part of an ongoing lawsuit brought by First Liberty Institute.

Judge Rules NYPD Can't Fire Cop Who Refused to Receive Experimental Covid-19 Shot

Judge Rules NYPD Can't Fire Cop Who Refused to Receive Experimental Covid-19 Shot | 15 Sept 2022 | On Tuesday, a court in New York ruled that the NYPD could not terminate an officer who refused to take the shot and had sued the city over its mandatory COVID vaccination policy. This may help the nearly two dozen police officers who have brought similar lawsuits, according to the New York Post. Alexander Deletto, a 43-year-old police officer, had his request for a religious exemption granted after the city failed to provide a specific explanation for rejecting his appeal. The NYPD denied Deletto's request for religious exemption on Feb. 15. Without providing any additional context, the NYPD simply stated, "does not meet criteria." Deletto -- a nine-year veteran of the force who works out of the 88th Precinct in Clinton Hill -- filed suit the day before he was set to be fired on Aug. 5 for not getting vaccinated.

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