Virginia pharmacy incorrectly administers Covid vaccine to 112 kids, officials pull remaining doses

Virginia pharmacy incorrectly administers Covid vaccine to 112 kids, officials pull remaining doses | 11 Nov 2021 | A pharmacy in Virginia incorrectly administered Pfizer and BioNTech's Covid-19 shots to 112 children last week, according to the state Department of Health. Loudoun County Health Department director Dr. David Goodfriend Goodfriend alerted parents in a letter sent out Wednesday that Ted Pharmacy may have administered a lower dose than recommended. State and federal officials told the pharmacy to stop distributing shots altogether on Friday before seizing all of its Covid doses, a Virginia health department spokesperson said in a statement. Goodfriend added that his department was not aware of any children receiving too much vaccine. Virginia's Department of Health said Ted Pharmacy administered the improper vaccine doses from Nov. 3 to 4.

Two million COVID-19 at-home test kits recalled over false positive results

Two million COVID-19 at-home test kits recalled over false positive results | 11 Nov 2021 | A recall of at-home COVID-19 test kits that have the potential to produce false-positive results has been expanded to include 2 million kits. The Ellume brand of test kits were manufactured between Feb. 24 and Aug. 11 and distributed from April 13 to Aug. 26. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said 2,212,335 kits were distributed in the United States. Ellume initiated the original recall in early October saying the problem was tied to a manufacturing issue.

BLM leader threatens 'riots, fire, bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams gets tough on crime

BLM leader threatens 'riots, fire, bloodshed' in NYC if Eric Adams gets tough on crime | 11 Nov 2021 | A Black Lives Matter leader vowed there'll be "riots," "fire" and "bloodshed" if Mayor-elect Eric Adams follows through with his promise to bring back plainclothes anti-crime cops to battle New York's surge in violent crimes. New York BLM co-founder Hawk Newsome debated the plan for a return to tougher policing with Adams during a contentious sit-down at Brooklyn Borough Hall Wednesday that was live-streamed on Instagram. Although Adams found common ground with the activists on plans to fight poverty in the black community, the former NYPD captain said he'll be reinstating a revamped version of the undercover anti-crime unit that was disbanded at the height of widespread police protests last year. "If they think they are going back to the old ways of policing then we're going to take to the streets again," New York BLM co-founder Hawk Newsome said outside Borough Hall after the meeting. "There will be riots. There will be fire, and there will be bloodshed," he threatened.

'I will send them to Delaware' on buses: DeSantis hits back over Biden secretly flying migrants into Florida

'I will send them to Delaware' on buses: DeSantis hits back over Biden secretly flying migrants into Florida | 11 Nov 2021 | Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis threatened this week to bus illegal immigrants to President Joe Biden's home state of Delaware should the administration continue to pay for "clandestine" flights carrying migrants into the Sunshine State. "If they're going to come here, you know, we'll provide buses and...I will send them to Delaware," DeSantis warned during a press conference on Wednesday. The governor's tough remarks came amid a lengthy polemic against the president over his handling of the ongoing immigration crisis at the U.S southern border, during which he described the secretive process that the Biden administration has reportedly used to send some 70 flights carrying illegal aliens into his state and elsewhere around the country.

Pennsylvania Department of Health Refuses to Provide Full COVID-19 Death Data

Pennsylvania Department of Health Refuses to Provide Full COVID-19 Death Data | 11 Nov 2021 | The Pennsylvania Department of Health refuses to share complete information about how it counted COVID-19 deaths for reports ordered by the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. The reports were ordered a year ago when the House unanimously approved a resolution in November 2020, requiring the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee (LBFC) to review the Department of Health's reporting of COVID-19 testing and deaths. State Rep. Kate Klunk sponsored the legislation, House Resolution 1087 of 2020, noting that throughout the pandemic, there have been discrepancies in the information published by the Department of Health, including thousands of COVID-19 positive cases being removed from the daily totals, days where there were significant statistical anomalies in the data, the commingling of data, and COVID-19 being listed as a factor of death when the death was the result of something else.

Federal appeals court pauses release of Trump White House records ahead of Friday deadline

Federal appeals court pauses release of Trump White House records ahead of Friday deadline | 11 Nov 2021 | A federal appeals court on Thursday granted former President Donald Trump's request to pause the release of key White House records from his presidency to the House select committee investigating [sic] the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, as he appeals a lower court's decision that he can't claim executive privilege to keep them secret. The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit set oral arguments for a hearing on November 30. The filing by the former president had been a last-ditch effort ahead of a Friday 6 p.m. ET deadline for the House panel to receive 46 records, including White House call logs, visitor logs, drafts of speeches and three handwritten memos from Trump's then-chief of staff Mark Meadows.

Michigan School System Closes After 'Large Number' of Teachers Become Ill From COVID Shot

Michigan School System Closes After 'Large Number' of Teachers Become Ill From COVID Shot | 10 Nov 2021 | Numerous schools in a Michigan township closed on Monday after numerous staff members fell ill suffering "negative reactions" from COVID-19 booster shots. As employees get fired or resign from their jobs for refusing to comply with the vaccine mandate, schools in the Saginaw school district and around the country are substantially understaffed. After numerous staff members of Saginaw County Community Schools received an experimental COVID booster shot over the weekend, they had negative reactions and were too sick to return to work, forcing the township's elementary, middle and high schools to close in the district on Monday.

Ten States Sue Biden Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers

Ten States Sue Biden Over COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Health Care Workers | 11 Nov 2021 | A coalition of ten states led by Missouri's attorney general on Nov. 10 sued Joe Biden over his administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers. A federal court has blocked, for now, the regime's private employer vaccine mandate, although a stricter one focused on health care workers remains in place. The health care worker mandate, which covers more than 17 million nurses and others, doesn't include a testing opt-out. The coalition says the mandate is unlawful under federal law in part because the federal government is trying to wrest away compulsory vaccination power that has "always been the province of--and still properly belongs to--the states."

Tucker, unchained, says Kyle Rittenhouse's first victim 'died as he had lived, trying to touch a minor'

Tucker, unchained, says Kyle Rittenhouse's first victim 'died as he had lived, trying to touch a minor' | 11 Nov 2021 | Fox News host Tucker Carlson is by no means sugar-coating the background of one of the men shot by Kyle Rittenhouse, then age 17, during civil unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August 2020. "So Joseph Rosenbaum died as he had lived, trying to touch an unwilling minor," the host of Tucker Carlson Tonight declared during an opening monologue on Wednesday evening's episode. Carlson was reacting to the day's events during the trial of Rittenhouse on homicide charges, particularly his lawyers' high-risk decision to put him on the witness stand. Moreover, his attorneys seldom objected despite argumentative, and some say abusive, cross-examination by the prosecutor.

Biden calls Satchel Paige 'the great negro' in latest gaffe

Biden calls Satchel Paige 'the great negro' in latest gaffe | 11 Nov 2021 | Joe Biden referred to the late baseball player Satchel Paige as "the great negro" before correcting himself during his Veterans Day address at Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday. Biden was honoring former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary Donald Blinken, an Army veteran and father of Secretary of State Antony Blinken, during his speech when he launched into a story about Paige, who played in the so-called "Negro leagues" before moving to to Major League Baseball in the late 1940s. "I've adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time, pitcher of the Negro leagues, who went on to become a great pitcher in the pros -- in Major League Baseball -- after Jackie Robinson. His name was Satchel Paige," Biden recalled.

U.S. govt to rely on 'corps of informers' to identify violators of Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate

U.S. govt to rely on 'corps of informers' to identify violators of Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate | 9 Nov 2021 | To enforce Joe Biden's new COVID-19 vaccine regulation mandate, the Labor Department is going to need a lot of help. The 490-page regulation [from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)] will cover American businesses with at least 100 workers, or about 84 million employees in all. So the government will rely upon a corps of informers [snitches] to identify violations of the order: other employees. "There is no army of OSHA inspectors that is going to be knocking on employers door or even calling them," said Debbie Berkowitz, a former OSHA chief of staff who is a fellow at Georgetown University's Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor. "They're going to rely on workers and their union representatives to file complaints where the company is totally flouting the law.'' [#DoNotComply.]

Commonwealth Court throws out governor's school mask mandate; Wolf appeals

Commonwealth Court throws out governor's school mask mandate; Wolf appeals --The judges have thrown out an order by Pennsylvania's acting health secretary that requires masks inside public schools | 10 Nov 2021 | Commonwealth Court on Monday threw out an order that required individuals to wear masks inside public and private schools, saying that state health officials lacked the authority to implement such a rule. But the state Department of Health quickly appealed the ruling, stopping any immediate action. The court sided 4-1 with the ranking Republican in the state Senate and others who sued to challenge the masking order that took effect in early September.

Rittenhouse judge tears into prosecution with aggressive tongue-lashing over questioning

Rittenhouse judge tears into prosecution with aggressive tongue-lashing over questioning --'Don't get brazen with me,' the judge in Rittenhouse's trial told the prosecutor | 10 Nov 2021 | The judge presiding over Kyle Rittenhouse’s trial scolded the prosecutor during a fiery exchange on Wednesday during cross-examination. "Don't get brazen with me," Judge Bruce Schroeder told prosecutor Thomas Binger in the courtroom. The exchange came after Binger asked Rittenhouse a series of questions regarding whether he knows that deadly force cannot be used to protect property. The judge soon asked the jury to exit the courtroom. Schroeder accused Binger of improperly trying to introduce testimony that he had earlier said he was not inclined to include. Rittenhouse attorney Mark Richards also suggested Binger might be attempting to provoke a mistrial. "I was astonished when you began your examination by commenting on the defendant's post-arrest silence. That's basic law. It's been basic law in this country for 40 years. 50 years. I have no idea why you would do something like that," Schroeder told Binger.

Police search for Florida man who beat seagull with a shovel

Police search for Florida man who beat seagull with a shovel --Police asks for witness help to identify the seagull attacking suspect | 10 Nov 2021 | A man is wanted after he beat a seagull with a shovel on the beach in Marco Island, Florida. According to Wink News, the graphic attack was witnessed by fellow beachgoers. "I think it’s a pretty terrible thing," said Craig Jobin who was on-site during the attack. "I’m amazed that he got away without somebody responding to him, you know, trying to stand up for the seagull or whatever." A picture of the man holding a beach chair, wearing light green shorts, a straw hat with shades on the top was captured. Marcos Island Police Department are asking to contact them if anyone can help to identify the suspect. After the bloody attack on the Laughing Gull, a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) officer brought it to the Von Arx Wildlife Hospital in Naples, FL. [Arrest this sociopath NOW!]

Pfizer seeks for approval for COVID booster for all adults

Pfizer seeks for approval for COVID booster for all adults | 9 Nov 2021 | Medical giant Pfizer asked federal regulators on Tuesday to OK COVID vaccine booster shots for all adults -- not just people in "high-risk" categories. Getting an extra dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has already been an option for people older than 65, those with underlying health conditions and workers whose jobs mean they have a higher chance of exposure to the virus. Emergency approval was given for those categories in September, but a Food and Drug Administration panel rejected a more widespread approval as questions lingered over whether healthy young people needed the additional dose...

French health authority advises against Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for under 30s

French health authority advises against Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for under 30s | 9 Nov 2021 | France's public health authority has recommended people under 30 be given Pfizer's Comirnaty COVID-19 vaccine when available instead of Moderna Inc's Spikevax jab, which carried comparatively higher risks of heart-related problems. The Haute Autorite de Sante (HAS), which does not have legal power to ban or licence drugs but acts as an advisor to the French health sector, cited "very rare" [actually, frequent] risks linked to Myocarditis, a heart disease, that had shown up in recent data on the Moderna vaccine and in a French study published on Monday. The decision in Paris came after regulators in several other countries, including Canada, Finland and Sweden, had also taken a more defensive stance on Spikevax over heart-related safety concerns affecting younger people.

What Is the Great Reset?

What Is the Great Reset? By CLG Founder, Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. --Presented at Hillsdale College, November 7, 2021. I’ll begin by addressing the elephant in the room. Isn’t the Great Reset simply a "conspiracy theory" concocted and circulated by "rightwing extremists?" The so-called conspiracy theories run something like this: the Great Reset is a plot hatched by a technocratic global elite to establish a socialist-communist New World Order. The Great Reset will abolish the property rights of the majority, as well as individual and national sovereignty, and wipe out the last vestiges of personal freedom. It uses covid-19 and climate change as pretexts to enslave what will remain of humanity, using never-ending lockdowns, experimental vaccines, and pervasive and inescapable surveillance.

Biden Administration Pushes Court to Lift Block on OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Biden Administration Pushes Court to Lift Block on OSHA COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate --The filing neglected to mention that vaccine effectiveness against COVID-19 infection is plummeting and a growing share of hospital admissions and deaths are among the vaccinated. | 9 Nov 2021 | COVID-19 presents a "grave danger" to businesses because the illness spreads in workplaces and people who haven't gotten a vaccine continue to be hospitalized and die, the U.S. government told a court late Monday in trying to get a stay against its private employer COVID-19 vaccine mandate lifted. The Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) unveiled the mandate as an emergency temporary standard last week for every business with 100 or more workers. A federal appeals court panel over the weekend stayed the mandate, or blocked it for now, citing "grave statutory and constitutional issues."

Lowell parents threatened with arrest, child custody loss during mask dispute

Lowell parents threatened with arrest, child custody loss during mask dispute --"Option C: you leave, but leave your child here, we contact DCF, possibly placing her in state custody for abandonment." | 8 Nov 2021 | (Lowell, VT) Two Lowell Graded School parents demanding their second-grade daughter be taught in the classroom without a mask were warned by a state trooper Thursday, Nov. 4 to take her home or risk arrest for trespass or loss of custody of their child. The live Facebook video was recorded by the girl's father, Andre "Mike" Desautels. In March, a Vermont judge sided with Vermont Attorney General TJ Donovan and ordered Desautels to require his employees to wear masks. As the video opens, Desautels explains he and wife Amy have a note from a doctor exempting his daughter from wearing a mask. However, the parents have been told that a doctor's note isn't enough and that the school needs to see a formal medical diagnosis in order to develop a 504 plan.

Biden Administration Weighs Shutting Another Pipeline, White House Confirms

Biden Administration Weighs Shutting Another Pipeline, White House Confirms | 8 Nov 2021 | The Biden administration is reviewing shutting a pipeline in Michigan after anonymously sourced reports said federal officials were quietly studying its potential environmental impact, a White House spokeswoman confirmed on Nov. 8. When pressed by a reporter during a news conference, White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre disputed reports saying Joe Biden was going to terminate Enbridge Inc.'s Line 5 pipeline, which stretches from Canada into Michigan. However, she conceded that the Army Corps of Engineers was reviewing the matter. "Yes, we are. We are," Jean-Pierre said. "I thought you were saying that we were going to shut it down, but that is not inaccurate. The Army Corps of Engineers is preparing an environmental impact [statement] to look through this..."

U.S. judge rules that United’s employee vaccine mandate can continue

U.S. judge rules that United's employee vaccine mandate can continue | 8 Nov 2021 | A federal judge in Texas on Monday ruled that United Airlines' employee vaccine policy can proceed. The Chicago-based airline has one of the strictest employee vaccine policies in the country. In September, it said that staff who receive medical or religious exemptions would be placed on unpaid leave. Six employees filed suit to block the policy in September. United said Monday that the roughly 2,000 employees who were granted religious or medical exemptions to its policy could apply for non-customer facing roles and that those who do not apply will be put on leave.

Italian Institute of Health Reduces Its Official COVID Death Toll Number by Over 97 Percent

Italian Institute of Health Reduces Its Official COVID Death Toll Number by Over 97 Percent | 4 Nov 2021 | The Italian Higher Institute of Health has drastically reduced the country's official COVID death toll number by over 97 per cent after changing the definition of a fatality to someone who died from COVID rather than with COVID. Italian newspaper Il Tempo reports that the Institute has revised downward the number of people who have died from COVID rather than with COVID from 130,000 to under 4,000. "Yes, you read that right. Turns out 97.1% of deaths hitherto attributed to Covid were not due directly to Covid," writes Toby Young. Of the of the 130,468 deaths registered as official COVID deaths since the start of the pandemic, only 3,783 are directly attributable to the virus alone. "All the other Italians who lost their lives had from between one and five pre-existing diseases. Of those aged over 67 who died, 7% had more than three co-morbidities, and 18% at least two," writes Young.

Taxpayers to cover cost of Afghan evacuees' immigration applications

Taxpayers to cover cost of Afghan evacuees' immigration applications | 8 Nov 2021 | Homeland Security announced Monday that it will waive the usual immigration fees for Afghan evacuees who've been paroled into the country since the start of the airlift operation, leaving U.S. taxpayers to pick up the tab for their costs. The department said not having to worry about the fees will allow the Afghans to settle into their new lives more quickly. They'll also get "streamlined" processing to apply for work permits and asylum, which would give them permanent status. About 70,000 Afghans already have been brought to the U.S., most of them through Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas's "parole" authority.

Feds Deliberately Trying to Conceal Nasal Spray Proven Effective Against COVID-19 - Manufacturer

Feds Deliberately Trying to Conceal Nasal Spray Proven Effective Against COVID-19 - Manufacturer --The spray's main ingredients are saline, grapefruit seed extract, and xylitol, a plant-derived sweetener commonly used in oral care products. | 8 Nov 2021 | The leading U.S. manufacturer of xylitol-based products says the federal government is deliberately trying to conceal a nasal spray it developed that it says has been scientifically proven to be effective in treating and preventing COVID-19. The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit in federal court against Utah-based company Xlear on Oct. 28, saying it has deceptively advertised its nasal spray as a treatment and preventative of COVID-19. The lawsuit asks a federal court to permanently ban the company from promoting the nasal spray as a treatment for COVID-19 and also asks that monetary penalties be levied against it. The DOJ filed the complaint on behalf of the Federal Trade Commission, which alleges the company has violated the Federal Trade Commission Act and the Consumer Protection Act by making false claims about the benefits.

Gov. Newsom Injured by Moderna Booster Shot, Source Tells the Defender

Gov. Newsom Injured by Moderna Booster Shot, Source Tells the Defender --A source close to California Gov. Gavin Newsom today told The Defender the governor experienced an adverse reaction to the Moderna COVID vaccine he received Oct. 27, the last day he was seen in public. | 8 Nov 2021 | A source close to California Gov. Gavin Newsom today told The Defender the governor experienced an adverse reaction to the Moderna COVID vaccine he received Oct. 27. The source, who asked not to be identified, said Newsom's symptoms were similar to those associated with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), a known side effect of many vaccines. GBS is a neurological disorder in which the body's immune system mistakenly attacks part of its peripheral nervous system -- the network of nerves located outside of the brain and spinal cord... The governor has not been seen in public since he was photographed Oct. 27 getting his COVID booster.

Hundreds of Thousands to Go on Four-Day Nationwide Strike Over Vaccine Mandates - Organizer

Hundreds of Thousands to Go on Four-Day Nationwide Strike Over Vaccine Mandates - Organizer | 7 Nov 2021 | A nationwide strike against vaccine mandates will take place from Nov. 8 to Nov. 11, according to the main organizer for the walkout, Leigh Dundas, a human rights attorney and public speaker. The event will kick off in Los Angeles on Monday. The locations of the marches have not yet been disclosed. The walkouts involve people from various industries such as trucking and telecom. Air and rail transport workers are not federally allowed to go on strike due to a law passed in 1926 named the Railway Labor Act, but some plan to protest anonymously.

Sen. Cruz Introduces Bill Prohibiting Vaccine Mandate for Minors

Sen. Cruz Introduces Bill Prohibiting Vaccine Mandate for Minors | 6 Nov 2021 | U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, introduced legislation that would prohibit the federal government and any entity at the federal, state, and local level that receives federal funding--including school districts--from requiring COVID-19 vaccines for minors. "Parents should have the right to decide what is best for their children in consultation with their family doctor," he said. "My view on the COVID-19 vaccine has remained clear: no mandates of any kind." The bill would prohibit the federal government and any recipient of federal funding from the Department of Health and Human Services and/or the CDC at the state, local, tribal, or territorial level from requiring any individual aged 18 or younger to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

FBI Searches Home of Project Veritas Founder O'Keefe - Neighbors

FBI Searches Home of Project Veritas Founder O'Keefe - Neighbors | 7 Nov 2021 | The FBI searched the home of Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe on Nov. 6, about a day after the agency had executed a search warrant at homes belonging to Veritas associates. In a statement to The Epoch Times about whether O'Keefe's home was searched, an FBI spokesperson confirmed "a court-authorized law enforcement action" was carried out "in furtherance of an ongoing investigation." Representatives for Project Veritas didn't immediately respond to a request by The Epoch Times for comment. O'Keefe hasn't made any public statements on whether his home was searched and instead posted a video of himself reading a chapter from George Orwell's dystopian novel 1984.

Biden admin considering shutting down another pipeline, drawing criticism and dire warnings as winter nears

Biden admin considering shutting down another pipeline, drawing criticism and dire warnings as winter nears | 7 Nov 2021 | The Biden administration is reportedly weighing the potential market consequences of shutting down an oil pipeline in Michigan, drawing criticism from opponents. Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Biden's energy secretary, predicted Sunday that heating prices will rise this winter regardless of the Biden administration's decision on the pipeline. "Yeah, this is going to happen. It will be more expensive this year than last year," Granholm told CNN. The administration has yet to decide on what to do with Line 5 and officials were gathering information only to present a clear picture of the situation, according to sources who spoke to Politico.

The U.S. Treasury Is Buying Private App Data to Target and Investigate People

The U.S. Treasury Is Buying Private App Data to Target and Investigate People --The department will use controversial firm Babel Street to hunt for tax and sanctions dodgers, raising constitutional concerns. | 4 Nov 2021 | The Treasury Department has in recent months expanded its digital surveillance powers, contracts provided to The Intercept reveal, turning to the controversial firm Babel Street, whose critics say it helps federal investigators buy their way around the Fourth Amendment. Two contracts obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request and shared with The Intercept by Tech Inquiry, a research and advocacy group, show that over the past four months, the Treasury acquired two powerful new data feeds from Babel Street: one for its sanctions enforcement branch, and one for the Internal Revenue Service. Both feeds enable government use of sensitive data collected by private corporations not subject to due process restrictions.

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