Biden sent 70 secret night flights of migrants from border to Florida

Biden sent 70 secret night flights of migrants from border to Florida | 6 Nov 2021 | More than 70 flights transporting migrants from the southern border to Jacksonville have landed in the dark of night in recent months as the Biden administration struggles to empty overflowing border facilities, the office of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said. It is the first time the state of Florida has disclosed the number of confirmed flights arriving in the state since the summer. The governor's office has scrambled in recent weeks to uncover who is facilitating the mystery flights landing in northern Florida daily, but the Biden administration has refused to disclose any information, one official said... "We're in a sad situation of trying to run an investigation. Who is facilitating this travel? How are they getting here? Who are the support people? Who are the sponsors?" Larry Keefe, DeSantis's public safety czar, asked.

Hackers have targeted sensitive data at multiple US defense contractors, says cybersecurity research firm

Hackers have targeted sensitive data at multiple US defense contractors, says cybersecurity research firm | 7 Nov 2021 | Suspected foreign hackers have breached nine organizations in the defense, energy, health care, technology and education sectors -- and at least one of those organizations is in the US, according to findings that security firm Palo Alto Networks shared exclusively with CNN. With the help of the National Security Agency, cybersecurity researchers are exposing an ongoing effort by these unidentified hackers to steal key data from US defense contractors and other sensitive targets. Officials from the NSA and the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) are tracking the threat.

Federal court blocks Biden administration's vaccination mandate

Federal court blocks Biden administration's vaccination mandate | 6 Nov 2021 | A federal court in Louisiana has blocked the Biden regime's mandate that millions of workers get vaccinated against Covid-19 or be tested weekly, ruling in a suit filed by several states, companies and conservative religious groups. "Because the petitions give cause to believe there are grave statutory and constitutional issues with the Mandate, the Mandate is hereby STAYED pending further action by this court," a panel of judges for the New Orleans-based Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Saturday. The states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Utah are among the plaintiffs... The four lawsuits were filed by groups of 26 states in the 8th Circuit, 11th Circuit, 6th Circuit and 5th Circuit over the past few days.

Tucker Carlson Hits Lindsey Graham for Demanding Murder of Jan. 6 Protesters

Tucker Carlson Hits Lindsey Graham for Demanding Murder of Jan. 6 Protesters | 2 Nov 2021 | Fox News host Tucker Carlson blasted Sen. Lindsey Graham for reportedly telling Capitol Police to shoot January 6th protesters. "On January 6, Lindsey Graham was running around the Capitol, ordering the Capitol Police to murder the protesters," Carlson said. He was talking about comments the republican lawmaker reportedly made during the riot that were published in the Washington Post over the weekend, per Newsweek. "What are you doing? Take back the Senate! You've got guns. Use them. We give you guns for a reason. Use them," Graham was quoted saying.

Man fatally shot by Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly threatened to kill him - witness

Man fatally shot by Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly threatened to kill him - witness | 4 Nov 2021 | The first victim fatally shot by Kyle Rittenhouse allegedly threatened to kill him before the wannabe police officer gunned him down, a witness testified in court Thursday. Ryan Balch, who was at the chaotic protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, with Rittenhouse last year, told prosecutors they had a dustup with Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, after spotting him allegedly trying to light a fire. "Rosenbaum was right there in front of my face," Balch testified on the second day of Rittenhouse's homicide trial. "He said, 'If I catch you guys alone tonight, I'm gonna f--king kill you.'" "He threatened me and the defendant," Balch said. Balch, who was part of an armed militia at the August 2020 racial injustice demonstration, said he confronted Rosenbaum and asked him to stop setting the blaze before an argument broke out.

White House says calling vaccine mandate a 'mandate' is 'misinformation'

White House says calling vaccine mandate a 'mandate' is 'misinformation' [LOL!] | 5 Nov 2021 | White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Friday said that it's "misinformation" to use the term "vaccine mandate" to describe a requirement that most private-sector workers get vaccinated, submit to regular testing or lose their jobs. She referred to it instead as a "vaccination requirement." The policy, set to take effect Jan. 4, compels workplaces with 100 or more staff to impose a COVID-19 vaccine mandate or a policy that allows unvaccinated staff to keep their jobs if they submit to weekly testing and wear masks at work. But 26 Republican-led states are suing to halt the mandate, which is estimated to cover about 84 million of the 161 million people who are in the US labor force.

Astroworld Festival: Police confirm victims may have been injected with drugs, launches criminal probe

Astroworld Festival: Police confirm victims may have been injected with drugs, launches criminal probe --A security guard reported being pricked in the neck. | 6 Nov 2021 | Houston authorities have shared additional information about Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival, which saw eight people die and numerous others injured while the rapper was on stage on Friday night. In a press conference held on Saturday afternoon, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner confirmed that 25 people were hospitalized, including several attendees under the age of 18... Houston Police Department Chief Troy Finner said that his department had 528 officers on the scene with another 755 security officers provided by event promoter Live Nation.

Bill Gates warns of smallpox bioterror attacks and urges world leaders to use 'germ games' to prepare

Heads up: Bill Gates warns of smallpox bioterror attacks and urges world leaders to use 'germ games' to prepare --Gates said that the US and the UK will have to spend "tens of billions" on research and development (R&D) to prepare for the next pandemic. [Notice how Bill Gates never asks China to spend "tens of billions?"] | 6 Nov 2021 | The founder of Microsoft has warned of bioterrorist attacks and has urged world leaders to use "germ games" to prepare for them. Bill Gates said governments must get ready for [his] future pandemics and smallpox terror attacks by investing billions in research and development. During a sit-down interview with the chair of the Health Select Committee, Jeremy Hunt, for the think tank Policy Exchange, Mr Gates suggested "germ games" could be used to practise how to respond to such events. He also called for the formation of a new billion-dollar World Health Organisation (WHO) Pandemic Task Force... "You say, OK, what if a bioterrorist [one of his Great Reset lab buddies] brought smallpox to 10 airports? You know, how would the world respond to that," Gates asked.

Handful of House Republicans Bail Out Democrats Friday Night, Providing the Decisive Votes to Pass a $1.2 Trillion 'Infrastructure' Bill

Handful of House Republicans Bail Out Democrats Friday Night, Providing the Decisive Votes to Pass a $1.2 Trillion 'Infrastructure' Bill | 5 Nov 2021 | A handful of House Republicans bailed out Democrats Friday night, providing the decisive votes to pass a Senate-approved $1.2 trillion [so-called] infrastructure bill after a day and night of liberal infighting that nearly sank Joe Biden's agenda. The measure was approved 228-206 with 13 Republicans joining 215 Democrats, to send it to Biden's desk 87 days after it cleared the Senate in August. Six [progressive] Democrats voted against the bill, enough to defeat it had Republicans held together. Four New York GOPers voted in favor of the infrastructure plan: Rep. John Katko, Rep. Tom Reed, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis and Rep. Andrew Garbarino. The other Republicans to back the bill were Don Bacon of Nebraska, Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania, Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio, Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, David McKinley of West Virginia, Don Young of Alaska, Fred Upton of Michigan, Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey and Chris Smith of New Jersey.

Honduran illegal immigrant charged with murder entered US falsely claiming to be unaccompanied minor - report

Illegal immigrant who posed as minor while crossing border charged with murder in Florida | 4 Nov 2021 | A 24-year-old Honduran immigrant who's charged with murder in the brutal stabbing death of a Florida man had crossed the US border illegally months earlier while posing as an unaccompanied minor, an investigation by The Post found. Yery Noel Medina Ulloa was busted Oct. 7 in Jacksonville when he was found covered in blood after allegedly killing Francisco Javier Cuellar, 46, a father of four who had taken in the immigrant who told authorities he was 17. Police said they followed a trail of blood back to the victim's home and arrested Ulloa, placing him in a juvenile detention facility. It wasn't until Oct. 13 that authorities learned his real identity -- and his true age. Ulloa, who turned 24 on Friday, had duped border authorities in Texas several months earlier by claiming he was a teenager named Reynel Alexander Hernandez -- and even told his mom about the ruse.

Lawyer: 'PR Executive 1' in Durham Indictment Is Former Democratic Party Campaigner

Lawyer: 'PR Executive 1' in Durham Indictment Is Former Democratic Party Campaigner | 5 Nov 2021 | A lawyer on Thursday confirmed that Washington-based communications executive Charles Dolan Jr. is the individual referred to as "PR Executive-1" in special counsel John Durham's indictment against Russia analyst Igor Danchenko, which was unsealed earlier this week. The grand jury indictment of Dachenko alleges that he lied when he told the FBI that he never communicated with a public relations executive who had been active in the Democratic Party about claims in a dossier issued by former UK spy Christopher Steele. Although the public relations executive, or "PR Executive-1," is never named in the indictment, Dolan's lawyer Ralph Martin told The Epoch Times on Friday that his client is the person in question.

Biden abandoned thousands of Americans and as many as 14,000 in Afghanistan when US fled country

Biden abandoned thousands of Americans and as many as 14,000 in Afghanistan when US fled country | 5 Nov 2021 | Joe Biden and the woke generals abandoned thousands of Americans in Afghanistan and as many as 14,000 during their quick escape from the terrorist-controlled country. And then they left the Taliban with $80 billion in US arms. New figures released by the State Department reveal as many as 14,000 Americans were left to fend for themselves when Biden and the woke generals quickly fled the country due to their artificial timeline. Nearly 100,000 Afghans were able to flee the country in August – most of them were unvetted.

Westport, CT, Increases Vote Results for Conservative Candidate 335% After Residents Find Possible BOE Election Fraud

Westport, CT, Increases Vote Results for Conservative Candidate 335% After Residents Find Possible BOE Election Fraud --Reports of possible election fraud surfaced in Westport, CT, school board race | 5 Nov 2021 | Update 1830 EST: Connecticut Secretary of State Denise W. Merrill (D) has increased the votes received for Alma Sarelli 335% after Westport residents contacted the town and the secretary of state regarding fraudulent vote totals... CDMedia has received multiple reports of votes not being counted during last week's local elections for write-in candidate Alma Sarelli for board of education. Sarelli ran as a write-in candidate for one of several Westport school board seats up for grabs last Tuesday. The town was filled with signs to "Write in Alama for BOE" and instructions on how to do so at the ballot box were readily available online and via a word-of-mouth campaign.

FEC rules foreign donors can finance U.S. ballot fights, allowing foreigners to directly influence American voters and domestic policy

FEC rules foreign donors can finance U.S. ballot fights, allowing foreigners to directly influence American voters and domestic policy --In a 4-2 vote in July [kept quiet until November], the FEC ruled ballot initiatives are not "elections" under existing federal law, and therefore the foreign donation prohibition doesn't apply. | 2 Nov 2021 | The Federal Election Commission has ruled foreign donors can finance U.S. referendum campaigns, opening the door to foreign spending on fights over high-profile policy issues, Axios has learned. Foreign nationals are barred from donating to U.S. political candidates or committees. But the FEC's decision -- allowing them to support ballot committees -- provides another avenue for foreigners to directly influence U.S. voters and domestic policy. A major question stemming from the decision is whether foreign nationals are now permitted to spend money to influence the actual mechanisms of the U.S. democratic process. That would include congressional redistricting, which is frequently subject to ballot referenda. [This ruling will pave the way for George Soros, et al., to complete the destruction of the U.S. from within.]

Democrats' 'Build Back Better' bill would increase penalties to $700,000 for employer violations of Biden's vaccine mandate

Democrats' 'Build Back Better' bill would increase penalties to $700,000 for employer violations of Biden's vaccine mandate --Build Back [the Oligarchy] Better plan would increase OSHA violations tenfold | 5 Nov 2021 | The Democrats' $1.75 trillion social spending bill would massively increase fines imposed on employers for occupational hazards. Joe Biden's vaccine mandate will be enforced through such penalties. Businesses with over 100 employees must ensure by Jan. 4 that their workers are either fully vaccinated or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing, according to the mandate, which was finalized Thursday. Fines, enforced through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), could be as high as $14,000 per violation. But the Democrats' Build Back Better [sic] legislation would increase OSHA penalties tenfold from their initial levels -- up to $70,000 for "serious violations" and $700,000 for willful or repeated violations.

Russian analyst who was source for Steele dossier arrested in Durham probe

Russian analyst who was source for Steele dossier arrested in Durham probe | 4 Nov 2021 | A Russian analyst who served as a source for a dossier of unverified accusations against former President Donald Trump was arrested Thursday on charges of lying to the FBI about how he gathered the information. Igor Danchenko worked with former British spy Christopher Steele to compile the unproven claims about Mr. Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. He is charged with five counts of lying to the FBI as part of special counsel John Durham's probe. If convicted on all five counts, Mr. Danchenko could face up to five years in prison and a $25,000 fine for each charge.

Republican Edward Durr, Truck Driver Who Spent $153 on Campaign, Defeats New Jersey Senate President

Republican Edward Durr, Truck Driver Who Spent $153 on Campaign, Defeats New Jersey Senate President | 4 Nov 2021 | Republican Edward Durr defeated New Jersey Senate president Stephen Sweeney in New Jersey's third district. Now Edward Durr, truck driver, has picked up a new side hustle as a state senator, one who earned his seat by vanquishing the upper chamber's -- and arguably the state's -- most powerful political figure. Durr has said that his seemingly quixotic run for office was inspired by a local sheriff telling him not to "bother" applying for a concealed carry permit... Despite having spent only $153 in total -- $66.64 at Dunkin Donuts and $86.67 on campaign materials -- Durr led Sweeney 32,497 to 30,268 on Thursday morning, with 100 percent of precincts reporting.

Biden Administration Warns of 'Planned Inspections' and $136,532 Fines to Enforce Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate

Biden Administration Warns of 'Planned Inspections' and $136,532 Fines to Enforce Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate | 4 Nov 2021 | Joe Biden's administration warned Thursday there would be "planned inspections" and heavy fines to ensure businesses comply with a new coronavirus vaccine mandate set for a Jan. 4th deadline. A senior Biden official spoke to reporters about their planned enforcement measures prior to leveling an Occupational Safety and Public Health requirement for businesses with over 100 employees to get them vaccinated for the coronavirus or test unvaccinated employees weekly and require them to wear masks. "We also will be having some programmed or planned inspections where we do go to workplaces to check to make certain that the workplace is in compliance with the rule," the official said. The official said they would focus much of their vaccine mandate enforcement efforts on employers where employees complained about their working status.

White House aide who joined Biden in Scotland tests positive for COVID

White House aide who joined Biden in Scotland tests positive for COVID | 4 Nov 2021 | An official who accompanied Joe Biden to a climate change conference in Scotland tested positive for COVID-19 and was left behind when Biden departed Glasgow this week, the White House said Thursday. The unsettling news emerged after Biden, who turns 79 this month, remained out of public view Thursday -- a day after he appeared tired and coughed repeatedly during a press conference. "One member of the Biden's traveling party tested positive through a lateral flow test on Tuesday for COVID-19, although additional tests to date have been inconclusive," a White House official said in a statement provided to The Post.

Report of Problems With Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Being Investigated - Contract Company

Report of Problems With Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Being Investigated - Contract Company | 4 Nov 2021 | Alleged problems with a major clinical trial examining Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine are being probed, a contract company involved in the research has confirmed. Ventavia Research Group operated several of the trial sites in the fall of 2020. Brook Jackson, who worked for the company during this time, told the British Medical Journal that the trial was riddled with issues, including the falsification of data. Jackson said she alerted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the problems she witnessed and was fired within hours.

Bill Gates warns of smallpox terror attacks in bid for pandemic prevention funds

Bill Gates warns of smallpox terror attacks in bid for pandemic prevention funds --The Microsoft founder also called for the formation of a new billion-dollar World Health Organisation Pandemic Task Force | 4 Nov 2021 | Bill Gates has warned that governments must prepare for future pandemics and smallpox terror attacks by investing billions in research and development. Mr Gates [aka the terrorist who will likely navigate their release] made the warning during a Policy Exchange interview with the chair of the UK Health Select Committee Jeremy Hunt. The Microsoft founder also called for the formation of a new billion-dollar World Health Organisation Pandemic Task Force. He said that countries like the US and the UK must spend "tens of billions" to fund the research. [Why doesn't *China* fund the new billion-dollar World Health Organisation Pandemic Task Force for this deadly "research?" It's China/Fauci - the same perps behind COVID-19 pandemic - who will likely release the next one, using US taxpayer-funded DARPA research. --LRP]

Congress made crucial change to vaccine definition weeks before COVID-19

Congress made crucial change to vaccine definition weeks before COVID-19 --The US government's definition of 'biological product' until December 2019 may have prohibited the mRNA COVID-19 products from being labeled as vaccines. | 29 Oct 2021 | Without a quiet change to federal law just before the onset of COVID-19, the experimental, mRNA COVID jabs may never have been labelled as vaccines... In December 2019 (before reported outbreak of COVID-19), the U.S. federal government signed a contract with one COVID-19 vaccine maker, Moderna, which stated "mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates [are] developed and jointly owned" by both Moderna and the U.S. federal government, the article explains. This article discusses the additional significant fact that, also in December of 2019, the U.S. federal government changed the definition of "biological product" in federal laws governing vaccine labeling, emergency use authorization, and approval. The U.S. federal government labels vaccines as "biological products."

Minneapolis voters reject measure to replace police department

Minneapolis voters reject measure to replace police department --The measure asked voters if they favored amending the city's charter to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety. | 3 Nov 2021 | Voters in Minnesota's largest city have rejected what would have been an unprecedented move to dismantle the police department at the ballot box Tuesday following calls for reform following the death of George Floyd. The measure asked voters if they favored amending the city's charter to replace the Minneapolis Police Department with a Department of Public Safety. The initiative would have removed language from the charter related to the agency, including minimum funding requirements, and would have divided control of public safety between the mayor and City Council. The question failed 57% to 44%, according to the results released by the Minnesota Secretary of State's office with 133 of 136 precincts reporting. It needed 51% of voter approval to pass.

NYC mayoral election: Democrat Eric Adams soundly defeats Republican Curtis Sliwa

NYC mayoral election: Democrat Eric Adams soundly defeats Republican Curtis Sliwa --Adams, the current Brooklyn borough president, was overwhelmingly favored to win the election | 2 Nov 2021 | Democratic candidate Eric Adams won New York City's mayoral election on Tuesday night, soundly defeating Republican challenger and "Guardian Angels" founder Curtis Sliwa in a race to determine who will lead the nation's most populous city. Adams, the current Brooklyn borough president, was overwhelmingly favored to win the election since defeating 12 other Democratic candidates in a primary election over the summer. Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by approximately seven-to-one in New York City.

It's history: Gainey defeats Moreno in mayor's race

It's history: Gainey defeats Moreno in mayor's race --Gainey made history as the first Black mayor elected in Pittsburgh. | 2 Nov 2021 | Pittsburgh elected its first Black mayor on Tuesday, handing over the reins of a rapidly changing city to a state lawmaker who shared a vision of unity, progressive change and who pledged to make it safer, more affordable and more diverse. Ed Gainey, a state representative who was born and raised in Pittsburgh, beat retired Pittsburgh police officer Tony Moreno in the municipal election, giving a city famously deemed America's most livable a leader who frequently asks: "For whom?" Mr. Gainey, 51, will succeed Bill Peduto, the two-term mayor whom he beat in May's primary.

Youngkin defeats McAuliffe in race for Virginia governor

Youngkin defeats McAuliffe in race for Virginia governor --McAuliffe was expected to handily win the contest in a state that Joe Biden won by 10 points | 3 Nov 2021 | The Fox News Decision Desk can now project that Republican Glenn Youngkin will win the Gubernatorial race in Virginia, defeating former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe in a contest that was once was widely expected to go to the Democrat. Youngkin ran a disciplined campaign, focusing on taxes, crime, and holding public schools accountable to parents, while McAuliffe repeatedly tried to link Youngkin to former President Trump. McAuliffe also called on Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and former President Obama to boost his fortunes in an effort that clearly fell short. "Alrighty Virginia, we won this thing," Youngkin told supporters in his victory speech a little after 1 AM Wednesday.

West Haven Mayoral Race Will Head to Recount

West Haven Mayoral Race Will Head to Recount | 2 Nov 2021 | (West Haven, CT) The West Haven mayoral race will head to a recount after incumbent Mayor Nancy Rossi, a Democrat, declared victory with a margin of just 24 votes Tuesday night. She was challenged by Republican challenger Barry Lee Cohen. Rossi noted that she won by a tight margin of 24 votes and said she expected a recount... However, the CT Republican Party contradicted [Rossi's claim] in a tweet, saying they had Cohen up by 20 or so votes. Addressing supporters Tuesday night, Cohen said he's "not defeated" and that there was a disparity between the ballots cast and ballots counted.

New Jersey governor's race too close to call

New Jersey governor's race too close to call | 3 Nov 2021 | New Jersey’s gubernatorial contest turned out to be an unexpected nail-biter as the race remained too close to call on Wednesday morning. Tallies shortly before 1 a.m. ET showed Gov. Phil Murphy (D) and former state lawmaker Jack Ciattarelli (R) separated by under 1 point. Earlier tallies had shown Ciattarelli with a single-digit lead, but as ballots were tabulated from Democratic-leaning areas, that margin was winnowed down... The New Jersey contest was fought largely on two different battlefields. Murphy ran as a staunch progressive and an effective manager of the pandemic [Really? Murphy murdered thousands of seniors by sending COVID-positive patients to nursing homes] while trying to tie Ciattarelli to former President Trump. Meanwhile, Ciattarelli focused his campaign almost exclusively on education and economic issues like school closures over the coronavirus and how race and gender are taught as well as New Jersey's high taxes. 

Republican Winsome Sears wins Virginia lieutenant governor's race

Republican Winsome Sears wins Virginia lieutenant governor's race --Sears made history as the first woman and Black woman to hold the position. | 3 Nov 2021 | Former Virginia Del. Winsome Sears (R ) is projected to win the state's lieutenant gubernatorial race, making history as the first woman and Black woman to hold the position. NBC and CNN both called the race for Sears early Wednesday morning. In addition to being second-in-command in Richmond, Sears will also play the crucial role as the president of the state Senate, where she could cast a number of tie breaking votes over the next two years. Current Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D) has cast 52 tie-breaking votes in his role as president of the legislative body. Democrats control the state Senate, which doesn't see elections until 2023, 21 to 19.

Republican Mike Carey wins special election for Ohio House seat

Republican Mike Carey wins special election for Ohio House seat | 2 Oct 2021 | Republican Mike Carey is projected to win a special election to replace former Rep. Steve Stivers (R-Ohio) in Congress, holding on to Ohio's 15th Congressional District for the GOP. The Associated Press said Carey, a coal industry lobbyist, had bested Democratic State Rep. Allison Russo on Tuesday. The race largely favored the GOP from the outset, given the district's Republican tilt... Carey emerged from a crowded GOP primary field in August after securing the support of former President Trump, who remains an influential endorser in the Republican Party.

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