'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.

BART votes to reinstate mask mandate through July 18

BART votes to reinstate mask mandate through July 18 | 28 April 2022 | The BART Board of Directors voted to reinstate a mask mandate on Thursday where passengers and employees are required to wear masks in paid areas... This requirement applies to trains and all portions beyond the fare gates, according to a press release from BART. Children ages 2 and under, and people with medical conditions that prevent them from wearing masks, are exempt from the mandate. This rule will remain in effect until July 18.

Student killed himself after bullying about his vaccination status - lawsuit

Student killed himself after bullying about his vaccination status - lawsuit | 27 April 2022 | A 15-year-old boy who was initially targeted by a false rumor that he was unvaccinated was bullied relentlessly until he took his own life in January, a lawsuit claims. The suit filed Monday against the Latin School of Chicago alleges administrators at the private college prep school -- which charges more than $40,000 annually in tuition -- committed "willful failure" to stop the incessant bullying, the Chicago Tribune reported. The Cook County filing named the school, several employees and parents of the alleged bullies as defendants. The late teen, identified as N.B. in the suit, transferred to the school due to its in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic, the complaint states. A student whose parents are named in the lawsuit then started spreading a rumor that the 10th-grader, Nate Bronstein, was unvaccinated, according to the lawsuit.

The US left $7 billion of military gear - including 78 aircraft, 12,000 Humvees and thousands of air-to-ground weapons - in Afghanistan after Biden's chaotic 2021 withdrawal, according to Pentagon report

The US left $7 billion of military gear - including 78 aircraft, 12,000 Humvees and thousands of air-to-ground weapons - in Afghanistan after Biden's chaotic 2021 withdrawal, according to Pentagon report --Some 9,524 air-to-ground munitions were also left in the country | 27 April 2022 | A Pentagon report reveals that billions of dollars in weapons and military equipment transferred to the Afghan government was left behind in Afghanistan after the chaotic U.S. withdrawal from the country. In all, about $7 billion worth of hardware remained in the country after the Taliban seized control, according to the report prepared for Congress which was obtained by CNN. That includes almost $1 billion of aircraft - rendered inoperable and dumped at Hamid Karzai International Airport - some 22,000 military Humvees and almost all the communications equipment supplied during the course of the conflict.

Twitter employees still flooding Democrats with 99 percent of their donations for midterm elections

Twitter employees still flooding Democrats with 99 percent of their donations for midterm elections | 27 April 2022 | Twitter employees are maintaining their torrid pace of 99 percent of their political donations pouring into Democratic campaigns and committees for the midterm elections, filings show. The partisan skew of Twitter employees' donations illustrates the uphill battle facing Elon Musk, who has pledged to make the company "politically neutral" in order to maintain trust. Individuals employed by the social media giant have disbursed 1225 donations through ActBlue, the Democrats' central fundraising platform, totaling $72,296, Federal Election Commission records show. Meanwhile, just ten donations from Twitter employees were pushed through WinRed, the Republicans' fundraising platform, for $505 through the end of March, according to the filings.

World Health Organization Is Preparing Vote to Strip the US and 194 Other Nations of Their Sovereignty

World Health Organization Is Preparing Vote to Strip the US and 194 Other Nations of Their Sovereignty --Move would give WHO total control | 26 April 2022 | On May 22nd, the World Health Organization (WHO) will vote on whether or not to strip 194 countries, including the United States, of their sovereignty. As part of the World Economic Forum's Great Reset goal, the WHO is aiming to alter a treaty that would give them global control over human health. The WHO World Health Assembly will vote on the issue from May 22 to 28... The rule change includes very dangerous amendments -- 13 of them. Investigative reporter Leo Hohmann reports that these amendments will NOT require approval by two-thirds of the United States Senate. It's not called a treaty. It's amending a treaty to which the US already belongs. If they are approved (as submitted by the United States) by a simple majority of the 194 member countries of the World Health Assembly countries, these amendments would enter into force as international law just six months later, November 2022.

Triple-vaccinated Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid

Triple-vaccinated Kamala Harris tests positive for Covid | 26 April 2022 | Kamala Harris has tested positive for Covid-19, her office announced on Tuesday. Harris has not displayed any symptoms and will isolate and work from her vice president's residence in Washington DC, her office said, adding that she has also not been in close contact with Joe Biden or his wife, Jill Biden. Harris's case is considered a "breakthrough" infection, as she is fully vaccinated with two doses of Moderna's vaccine and received a booster shot last October. [Let us call it what it is -- a pandemic of the vaccinated.]

Judge temporarily blocks Biden's rescission of Title 42

Judge temporarily blocks Biden's rescission of Title 42 | 25 April 2022 | A federal judge in Louisiana says he intends to block the Biden administration’s plans for rescinding Title 42, siding with GOP-led states that had asked for the courts to force the White House to temporarily retain the pandemic-era border policy. The decision from Judge Robert Summerhays, an appointee of former President Trump, will prevent the Biden administration from carrying out its plans to end Title 42 on May 23 and once again allow migrants to seek asylum. The order, though temporary, is a victory in a suit initially filed by Louisiana, Missouri and Arizona that now includes some 20 GOP-led states.

Nasdaq loses nearly 4%, hits fresh low for 2022

Nasdaq loses nearly 4%, hits fresh low for 2022 | 26 April 2022 | U.S. stocks fell sharply on Tuesday continuing a vicious April sell-off after a one-day breather, as investors dumped shares on fears of an economic slowdown. The tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite dropped 3.95% and retreated more deeply into bear market territory, sitting now more than 22% off its high. The index posted a fresh 52-week low Tuesday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed about 810 points, or 2.4%... For April, the S&P 500 is off by around 7%, the Nasdaq is down about 11% and the Dow is down roughly 3%. Tuesday marks the Dow's third decline of more than 300 points within the past four days.

Jeff Bezos takes a swipe at Musk's Twitter takeover, suggesting it may give China 'leverage'

Jeff Bezos takes a swipe at Musk's Twitter takeover, suggesting it may give China 'leverage' | 26 April 2022 | Amazon's billionaire co-founder [Great Reset troll, co-architect (via massive disinformation) of the 2020 coup d'etat, and China foot soldier] Jeff Bezos has weighed in on Elon Musk's deal to buy Twitter for $44 billion. Bezos shared a tweet late Monday suggesting that China may gain influence over Twitter once the acquisition completes. "Did the Chinese government just gain a bit of leverage over the town square?" Bezos wrote, hinting at Musk's business ties to China. The Tesla CEO established a factory in Shanghai in 2018 and the company relies heavily on Chinese firms to supply the materials that go into its batteries... Despite the caveat, Bezos's comments are the latest in a long-running feud between the two billionaires.

Federal Judge Blocks Biden from Ending Title 42

Federal Judge Blocks Biden from Ending Title 42 | 25 April 2022 | A federal judge in Louisiana has temporarily blocked the Biden administration from ending expulsions of illegal immigrants under Title 42 of the U.S. Code, less than a month before their planned end. The order was announced in a single-page notice by Judge Robert Summerhays, a Trump appointee on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana. He is presiding over Louisiana v. CDC, a lawsuit joined by Arizona and Missouri against the Biden administration over its plans to end Title 42's use on May 23. Summerhays issued a temporary restraining order, designed to block the decision to end Title 42 expulsions until arguments for a more formal injunction may be considered. The order will expire in 14 days, on May 9.

Forced to Get COVID-19 Jab, AA Captain Suffered Cardiac Arrest at Gate

Forced to Get COVID-19 Jab, AA Captain Suffered Cardiac Arrest at Gate | 25 April 2022 | On Saturday, Apr. 9, 2022, American Airlines (AA) flight 1067 departed Denver International Airport for its 1-hour and 46-minute flight to Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW). The [pilot was] AA Captain Bob Snow, who has been with the company for over 31 years. Immediately after pulling into Gate 6 at DFW, Captain Snow--who was forced to get the COVID jab on Nov. 7, 2021, or lose his job--suffered a life-threatening cardiac arrest in the cockpit and almost died... Swiftly, Captain Snow, who passed out and had to be shocked three times, was rushed to Baylor, Scott, and White Health Center ten minutes away. Thankfully, he survived. Snow, who spent time in the hospital's Intensive Care Unit and is now home, is confident his heart attack directly resulted from the COVID-19 experimental "vaccine" he was mandated to receive.

Russia says it destroyed Odesa terminal where foreign weapons were stored

Russia says it destroyed Odesa terminal where foreign weapons were stored | 23 April 2022 | Russia used high precision missiles on Saturday to destroy a logistics terminal in Odesa where a large number of weapons supplied by the United States and European nations were being stored, the defence ministry said. In an online post, it also said Russian forces had on Saturday killed up to 200 Ukrainian troops and destroyed more than 30 vehicles, some of them armoured.

Macron projected to win France's presidential election

Macron projected to win France's presidential election --Incumbent Macron projected to stay in office | 24 April 2022 | French President [World Economic Forum totalitarian] Emmanuel Macron will win France's presidential runoff Sunday, according to French polling projections. Macron faced off against right-wing rival Marine Le Pen, who conceded soon after projections were released. Polling agency Ipsos shows Macron won 58.2% of the vote to Le Pen's 41.8% of the vote.

Russia opens humanitarian corridor for civilians from Mariupol's Azovstal plant

Russia opens humanitarian corridor for civilians from Mariupol's Azovstal plant --Soldiers will observe a ceasefire to let civilians exit in all directions, the Ministry of Defense has announced | 25 April 2022 | Russian and Donbass forces will observe a ceasefire around the besieged Azovstal steel mill in Mariupol starting from 2 p.m. Moscow time on Monday, allowing civilians to evacuate to safety, the Russian Defense Ministry has said. Colonel General Mikhail Mizintsev, the head of Russia's National Defense Management Center, said that armed units will "withdraw to a safe distance and maintain the exit of civilians from the said area in any direction they choose." Russian and Donbass troops mainly control the city, but a number of Ukrainian soldiers have been holed up in Azovstal. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, however, claimed last week that roughly 1,000 civilians remained in the mill as well.

Ukraine-backed radicals considered assassinating RT editor-in-chief - Moscow

Ukraine-backed radicals considered assassinating RT editor-in-chief - Moscow | 25 April 2022 | A neo-Nazi group that was allegedly instructed by Kiev to kill TV anchor Vladimir Solovyov had several other targets, including RT Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan, according to video footage released by Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB). Amid the ongoing Russian military offensive in Ukraine aimed at the "denazification" of the country, the FSB claimed that it had detained a group of neo-Nazis. According to the service, the group had been instructed by the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) to kill popular Russian TV host and journalist Vladimir Solovyov. The FSB later released a video of what they said was the detention, search, and questioning of the suspects. One of the detainees said that the group had been discussing the potential assassinations of the director general of the Sputnik news agency, Dmitry Kiselyov, the editor-in-chief of Sputnik and RT, Margarita Simonyan, and her husband, the prominent film director and TV presenter Tigran Keosayan, as well as TV hosts Olga Skabeeva and Evgeny Popov.

Twitter accepts Musk's $44 billion deal

Twitter accepts Musk's $44 billion deal --Musk, a self-described "free-speech absolutist", says Twitter plays favorites | 25 April 2022 | Twitter's board has accepted Tesla CEO Elon Musk's $54.20 per share offer to take the social media giant private. Under the terms of the agreement, Twitter stockholders will receive $54.20 in cash for each share of Twitter common stock that they own upon closing of the proposed transaction. The purchase price represents a 38% premium to Twitter's closing stock price on April 1, 2022, the last trading day before Musk disclosed a 9.2% stake in the company.

Two people shot dead by police in Paris amid protests - media

Two people shot dead by police in Paris amid protests - media --Officers opened fire on a vehicle after the passengers "refused to comply" | 24 April 2022 | Two people were killed in Paris amid election protests on Sunday evening after police fired at a vehicle, following a "refusal to comply," AFP news agency reported. The vehicle reportedly tried to run the officers over at Pont Neuf, and one of them fired his weapon. The driver and one passenger died; another sitting in the back seat was injured. The driver reportedly stopped at the request of the police, but during the check, he suddenly took off and drove towards the officers. According to the media, one of the police officers shot with a rifle several times in self defense.

Fleeing by the Dozen: Kamala's Chief of Staff Becomes 12th Aide to Ditch Scandal-Plagued Veep

Fleeing by the Dozen: Kamala's Chief of Staff Becomes 12th Aide to Ditch Scandal-Plagued Veep | 22 April 2022 | Kamala Harris's chief of staff Tina Flournoy will become the latest aide to leave her office, the Washington Post reported Thursday. Flournoy is the 12th--and the highest-ranking--Harris adviser to walk away from the White House, following her deputy chief of staff, national security adviser, and communications director, among others. Former staffers describe working for Harris as so "toxic" and "abusive" that they are "terrified at the thought of her becoming president," the Washington Free Beacon reported last year.

New Ebola case confirmed in northwestern Congo, health authorities say

New Ebola case confirmed in northwestern Congo, health authorities say | 23 April 2022 | A new case of Ebola has been confirmed in northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo, prompting health authorities to enforce urgent containment measures just four months after the previous outbreak came to an end. The case, a 31-year old male, was detected in the city of Mbandaka, capital of Congo's Equateur province. Around 74 of his contacts are being tracked, the health ministry said in a statement... He was admitted to an Ebola treatment centre on April 21 and died later that day.

Durham issues trial subpoenas to Clinton campaign and DNC

Durham issues trial subpoenas to Clinton campaign and DNC | 23 April 2022 | Special counsel John Durham issued trial subpoenas for members of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and the Democratic National Committee as he pushed his theory of a "joint venture" in the case against Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann, who represented the Clinton campaign, and Rodney Joffe. Clinton's campaign, the DNC, the opposition research firm Fusion GPS, and the Perkins Coie law firm are fighting Durham's efforts to compel the submission of withheld documents, arguing their claims of attorney-client privilege should keep the records concealed. However, Durham is continuing his legal pressure as he insists those groups played a coordinated role in pushing false Trump-Russia collusion claims.

Tenured Canadian professor fired after saying BLM 'destroyed' her university

Tenured Canadian professor fired after saying BLM 'destroyed' her university | 20 April 2022 | A tenured Canadian professor who was fired after criticizing Black Lives Matter (BLM) has a proposed arbitration date set during which she intends to lay out her grievances against her former university. "All of my grievances are going forward together at this time," Frances Widdowson said during a recent interview with The College Fix. She confirmed to Fox News Digital that the proposed dates are Jan. 16-27, 2023, but they have not been confirmed. Widdowson, who taught economics, justice and policy studies, was fired from Mount Royal University (MRU) in Calgary, Alberta, last December after stoking controversy for comments criticizing BLM, which she said "destroyed MRU" to such an extent that she "doesn’t recognize the institution anymore."

Fauci crushed for saying it's 'disturbing' that a U.S. court can overrule the CDC

Fauci crushed for saying it's 'disturbing' that a U.S. court can overrule the CDC --'Fauci may want to take a little time and review the Constitution and the case law.' | 22 April 2022 | Dr. Anthony Fauci took major heat after lamenting on Thursday that it was "disturbing" that a federal court would rule against the CDC's COVID-19 travel mask mandate, adding his opinion, "This is not a judicial matter." Prominent conservative Twitter users crushed Fauci for his "stupidity," with many accusing the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director of thinking he and the CDC "are above the law." Fauci's irksome comments happened during a Thursday interview with CBS News about U.S. District Court Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle striking down the travel mask mandate on Monday. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, R-W.V., tweeted: "Fauci may want to take a little time and review the Constitution and the case law. The CDC must follow the law just like any other agency or person. We must fight against the woke-left which appears hell bent on using Covid to control people as long as possible. #NoToFauci"

U.S. Navy investigating vandalism of nuclear submarine

U.S. Navy investigating vandalism of nuclear submarine | 22 April 2022 | The U.S. Navy is investigating what they believe is an intentional act of vandalism that damaged equipment within the Virginian-class submarine USS Texas (SSN-775) in the last month. The suspected vandalism took place as the USS Texas has been undergoing maintenance at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Maine. Shipyard spokesperson Danna Eddy said in a statement reported by the Portsmouth Herald on Thursday that federal government equipment on the submarine was damaged on or around March 29 of this year... The case is currently under investigation by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS).

ICE to release 600,000 illegal immigrants by September

ICE to release 600,000 illegal immigrants by September | 19 April 2022 | ICE is getting ready to release as many as 600,000 illegal immigrants into communities before the end of September, the agency told a federal judge, giving an early estimate of the chaos the administration is predicting after it ends the Title 42 pandemic border shutdown. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement revealed the figure in a court filing dealing with how it plans to handle illegal immigrant children who arrive as part of the surge. Deane Dougherty, ICE's juvenile coordinator, wrote in the filing that the Homeland Security Department expects a "historic border surge, with projections forecasted to triple current arrivals."

ICE preparing for 'historic border surge,' says migrant arrivals could triple

ICE preparing for 'historic border surge,' says migrant arrivals could triple --There were more than 221,000 migrant encounters in March alone | 23 April 2022 | Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) says it is expecting a "historic" surge in migration at the border, and the number of those arriving at the border is expected to triple -- as the Biden administration prepares to lift the Title 42 public health order. In a filing in a case on family detention, ICE's Juvenile Coordinator painted a grim picture of what the months ahead look like for the agency. "ICE is preparing to utilize its limited resources to respond to an historic border surge, with projections forecasted to triple current arrivals," the April 8 filing in the Flores v Garland case says.

RT International: Michael Rectenwald discusses big tech powers and national security

RT International: Michael Rectenwald discusses big tech powers and national security | 22 April 2022 | CLG Founder and former NYU Professor Michael Rectenwald shared his perspective on big tech and national security with RT International. (Video)

Food Shortages and Food Processing Plant Fires - What's Going On?

Food Shortages and Food Processing Plant Fires - What's Going On? | 22 April 2022 | there have been an unusual number of significant fires in food processing facilities around the country this year and even going back into last year. The fires are starting to give rise to noteworthy chatter online, especially as the Biden administration--whose policies largely support the "Great Reset" agenda pushed by the World Economic Forum and the World Health Organization--warns us about food shortages... UncoverDC confirmed over two dozen facilities linked to our food supply were impacted by fires, 19 of them happening this year. There could be more. While there has been no concrete evidence that any of the fires are connected or were intentionally set, we felt it relevant to list them, especially since Bill Gates is the largest owner of farmland in the United States. Here they are, with a brief description of what we found out about each one.

Texas National Guard soldier missing after mission to rescue migrant from river - sources

Texas National Guard soldier missing after mission to rescue migrant from river - sources --The soldier has not yet been found, officials say | 22 April 2022 | A Texas National Guard soldier has gone missing while trying to rescue migrants in a river at the state's border with Mexico, Texas officials said Thursday. The incident occurred in Eagle Pass during an attempt to rescue migrants. Law enforcement sources initially told Fox News that the service member had drowned. However, the sources later said that the body that had been recovered was in fact a migrant, not the service member. The Texas Military Department said in a statement that a soldier assigned to Operation Lone Star "has gone missing along a river during a mission-related incident." "The Texas Military Department, Texas DPS and Border Patrol are working rapidly to find the Soldier," the statement said.

House Republicans ask Twitter board to retain records tied to Musk offer

House Republicans ask Twitter board to retain records tied to Musk offer | 22 April 2022 | A group of 18 U.S. House Republicans sent Twitter board members a letter on Friday asking them to preserve all records and materials relating to Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk's offer to purchase Twitter, laying the groundwork for a potential investigation. "As Congress continues to examine Big Tech and how to best protect Americans' free speech rights, this letter serves as a formal request that you preserve all records and materials relating to Musk’s offer to purchase Twitter, including Twitter's consideration and response to this offer, and Twitter's evaluation of its shareholder interests with respect to Musk's offer," said the letter signed by the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, Jim Jordan, and others on the committee. The order to save records strongly suggests Jordan plans to probe Twitter if the Musk offer is rejected and Republicans take back the House in midterm elections in November.

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