Marine Corps rescinds penalties for service members seeking COVID vax religious accommodations

Marine Corps rescinds penalties for service members seeking COVID vax religious accommodations --New guidance comes after Fox News Digital report that Navy also rolling back penalties | 16 Sept 2022 | The U.S. Marine Corps is rolling back strict punishments for service members seeking religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine, including ending involuntary terminations and delays of promotions for those refusing the shot. According to a new "interim guidance," signed Sept. 14 and posted quietly online, the message "amends actions" directed toward unvaccinated Marines whose religious accommodation requests were denied and who appealed the decision. The memo states that the amended guidance comes after a U.S. Federal District Court in Florida issued a preliminary injunction on Aug. 18 prohibiting the Marines from taking "certain actions" against those seeking religious exemptions.

CIA torture report to remain secret for 'national security'

CIA torture report to remain secret for 'national security' | 16 Sept 2022 | A US federal judge has ruled that a sprawling congressional report on the CIA's Terror War torture program will remain classified, claiming citizens have no right to access the controversial document, portions of which were already leaked to the public by a Democratic senator in 2014. In a decision on Thursday, District of Columbia Judge Beryl Howell said the report "does not qualify as a public record subject to the common law right of public access," as a previous case concluded it was a "congressional record" and therefore could not be obtained through standard Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. "The Report contains highly classified information about the CIA's detention and interrogation policies and procedures that would compromise national security if released, far outweighing the public's interest in disclosure," the judge wrote in her opinion.

2 busloads of migrants dropped off near U.S. Naval Observatory

2 busloads of migrants dropped off near U.S. Naval Observatory | 15 Sept 2022 | Two buses of migrants from the U.S.-Mexico border were dropped off near Kamala Harris's home in residential Washington on Thursday morning in the bitter political battle over the Biden administration's immigration policies. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has been busing migrants out of Texas to cities with Democratic mayors as part of a political strategy this year because he claims there are too many arrivals over the border to his state. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey also has adopted this policy, and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis also got in on the act recently... Abbott tweeted that he'd sent the buses that arrived Thursday: "We're sending migrants to her backyard to call on the Biden Administration to do its job & secure the border." About two dozen men and women stood outside the U.S. Naval Observatory at dawn, clutching clear plastic bags of their belongings carried with them over the border, before moving to a nearby church.

Judge names special master in Trump FBI case, denies DOJ use of disputed documents

Judge names special master in Trump FBI case, denies DOJ use of disputed documents | 15 Sept 2022 | U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon on Thursday appointed New York Judge Raymond Dearie as special master to independently review documents the FBI took from former President Donald Trump's Florida home in early August. Cannon's appointment of Dearie came alongside a separate ruling that denied the Department of Justice's request to continue its own review of the documents. "The Court does not find it appropriate to accept the Government's conclusions on these important and disputed issues without further review by a neutral third party in an expedited and orderly fashion," Cannon wrote in her ruling denying the DOJ further review of the seized documents. The DOJ has already appealed that matter to the 11th Circuit.

Facebook Spied on Messages of Conservatives Questioning 2020 Election, Sent Them to FBI - Report

Facebook Spied on Messages of Conservatives Questioning 2020 Election, Sent Them to FBI - Report | 15 Sept 2022 | A recent report claims that Facebook has been spying on the private messages of American users and reporting them to the FBI if they express anti-government sentiments or question the 2020 election. The New York Post reports that Facebook has been spying on the private messages and data of American users. The company has reportedly been informing the FBI of users that express anti-government or anti-authority sentiments. Sources within the DOJ allege that the company also reported users that questioned the validity of the 2020 election. As part of an FBI collaboration operation, an employee at Facebook red-flagged private messages containing such sentiments over the past 19 months, transmitting redacted versions to the domestic terrorism operational unit at the FBI headquarters in Washington, DC. This was all done without a subpoena.

Migrants killing dogs, stealing from homes prompts some Texas border town residents to arm themselves

Migrants killing dogs, stealing from homes prompts some Texas border town residents to arm themselves | 13 Sept 2022 | Migrants have killed pets, stolen from shops and knocked on doors late at night in a Texas border town, prompting some residents to arm themselves, locals told Fox News. "I don't feel safe," Laura Ramos, an Eagle Pass business owner, told Fox News. She said she keeps "several weapons" at her store for defense... Kamala Harris, who Joe Biden had tasked with tackling the migrant crisis, recently said in an interview, "the border is secure, but we also have a broken immigration system." "I live far from the downtown, but in that area, it's a lot of ranch[es], a lot of big properties," Cindy told Fox News. She said migrants went onto one property, "and in order to steal something, they killed the dogs." "They are like robbing stuff or killing animals to eat," Cindy continued. "So that's what concerns me."

Insect chips could be just the cricket for the planet's future

Insect chips could be just the cricket for the planet's future | 13 Sept 2022 | Snacks containing bugs have been introduced to 1000 school canteens across the nation by a NSW company that said its products could help save the planet from global warming. Kids around Australia are now munching on chips dusted with an eco-friendly cricket protein made by Circle Harvest. One 50g pack contains more protein than an egg, as well as 14 per cent of the recommended daily intake of iron, said Circle Harvest founder Skye Blackburn, who is also an entomologist and food scientist. "It's better for you and it's better for the planet," Ms Blackburn said. Protein from insects generates about 1/100th of the greenhouse gases from traditional livestock farming. Changing Australians' eating habits, including by replacing red meat with bugs as a source of protein [But not for the elites - just us peasants, right?], is recommended in research underpinning the climate action plan of leading independent MP Zali Steggall.

Snacks containing bugs have been introduced to 1000 school canteens across the country

Snacks containing bugs have been introduced to 1000 school canteens across the country | 7 Sept 2022 | (Australia) Kids are now munching on chips laced with eco-friendly cricket protein made by Circle Harvest. (Video - if you can endure it.)

CDC Director Admits Agency Gave False Information on COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Monitoring

CDC Director Admits Agency Gave False Information on COVID-19 Vaccine Safety Monitoring | 13 Sept 2022 | The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has acknowledged publicly for the first time that the agency gave false information about its COVID-19 vaccine safety monitoring. Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the agency's director, said in a letter made public on Sept. 12 that the CDC did not analyze certain types of adverse event reports at all in 2021, despite the agency previously saying it started in February 2021. "CDC performed PRR analysis between March 25, 2022, through July 31, 2022," Walensky said. "CDC also recently addressed a previous statement made to the Epoch Times to clarify PRR were not run between February 26, 2021, to September 30, 2021."

Fertilizer Ban Trims Yields by 30-60%

Fertilizer Ban Trims Yields by 30-60% | 30 Aug 2022 | Posted in Crop Protection, Nutrient Management In April of 2021, the president of Sri Lanka banned the import of fertilizers and pesticides and told the southwestern Asia country's two million farmers they were immediately moving to total organic production. The predictable result was a dramatic drop in yields and a food crisis for its 22 million residents. While the government policy was dropped in November, it was too late to overcome limited food supplies due to 30-60% yield decreases for most crops and grocery prices that increased by as much as 90%. Even with the short-lived organic-only mandate, thousands of farmers are facing bankruptcy... Rice production fell 20% within 6 months, forcing the government to import $450 million of rice to feed its citizens.

Biden Administration Decides Not to Enforce COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors

Biden Administration Decides Not to Enforce COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Federal Contractors | 13 Sept 2022 | Joe Biden's administration has opted not to enforce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors, following a recent court decision that enabled the government to enforce the rule in some parts of the country. The White House Safer Federal Workforce quietly updated its website on Aug. 31 to say that the government "will take no action to implement or enforce" Biden's executive order mandating COVID-19 vaccination for contractors. Clauses in existing agreements that implement requirements of the order will also not be enforced "absent further written notice," the workforce added. The workforce also made other updates, including clarifying that screening for COVID-19 symptoms for contractors can be self-conducted and does not need to be verified by government workers. The moves came after a federal appeals court partially lifted a nationwide ban on enforcement of the order.

Dow tumbles 1,200 points for worst day since June 2020 after hot inflation report

Dow tumbles 1,200 points for worst day since June 2020 after hot inflation report | 13 Sept 2022 | Stocks fell sharply on Tuesday after a key August inflation report came in hotter than expected, hurting investor optimism for cooling prices and a less aggressive Federal Reserve. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 1,276.37 points, or 3.94%, to close at 31,104.97. The S&P 500 dropped 4.32% to 3,932.69, and the Nasdaq Composite sank 5.16% to end the day at 11,633.57. Just five stocks in the S&P 500 finished in positive territory.

Ken Starr, prosecutor in Clinton Whitewater probe, dies at 76

Ken Starr, prosecutor in Clinton Whitewater probe, dies at 76 | 13 Sept 2022 | Ken Starr, who led the Whitewater investigation into former President Bill Clinton, died Tuesday at 76, his family said in a statement. Starr died in Houston of complications from surgery, the statement said. Starr was nominated by former President Ronald Reagan for a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Washington, D.C., circuit, and he served as U.S. solicitor general under then-President George H.W. Bush.

DOJ issues more than 30 subpoenas to Trump associates - source

DOJ issues more than 30 subpoenas to Trump associates - source --The DOJ also seized the phones belonging to two top Trump advisers | 13 Sept 2022 | The Department of Justice has issued a flurry of over 30 subpoenas to aides of former President Donald Trump, a source familiar with the federal investigation confirmed to Fox News. The Justice Department also seized phones from two top Trump advisers in the investigation, which aims to probe Trump's unsubstantiated claims of a rigged 2020 presidential election. The dozens of new subpoenas mark a rapid escalation in pressure applied to the Trump camp by the DOJ.

Twitter shareholders approve $44 billion Musk buyout

Twitter shareholders approve $44 billion Musk buyout | 13 Sept 2022 | Twitter shareholders voted Tuesday in favor of Elon Musk's purchase of the social media platform, despite his efforts to get out of the $44 billion deal. Musk, the multi-billionaire owner of SpaceX and electric car company Telsa, has tried to terminate the deal on multiple occasions, citing the platform's alleged security problems. The purchase would be for $54.20 per share, more than $10 over that which shares are now trading. The vote came the same day Twitter's former security chief Peiter Zatko testified to Congress that the company is "misleading" the public and cannot protect users' data.

New Durham bombshell: FBI paid Russian accused of lying as a confidential informant against Trump

New Durham bombshell: FBI paid Russian accused of lying as a confidential informant against Trump --Prosecutor says Igor Danchenko was paid by FBI as confidential human source for three years despite prior concerns he was tied to Russian intelligence services. | 13 Sept 2022 | In a bombshell revelation, Special Prosecutor John Durham revealed Tuesday in court filings that the FBI paid a Russian businessman as a confidential human source in the investigation of Donald Trump's 2016 campaign even though it had prior concerns that businessman was tied to Moscow's intelligence services. Durham persuaded the federal judge in the upcoming trial of Igor Danchenko to unseal a motion revealing that Danchenko, the primary source of the now-discredited Steele dossier, was paid by the FBI as a confidential human source for more than three years until the fall of 2020 when he was terminated for lying to agents. Danchenko is charged with five counts of lying to the bureau during that relationship and faces trial next month in federal court in the Virginia suburbs of Washington D.C. "In March 2017, the FBI signed the defendant up as a paid confidential human source of the FBI," Durham's unsealed court filing disclosed for the first time. "The FBI terminated its source relationship with the defendant in October 2020. As alleged in further detail below, the defendant lied to FBI agents during several of these interviews."

Biden Executive Order: 'Americans Must Surrender All Human Rights That Stand in the Way of Transhumanism'

Biden Executive Order: 'Americans Must Surrender All Human Rights That Stand in the Way of Transhumanism' | 13 Sept 2022 | If anyone needed proof that the powers pushing the levers behind [Biden] are fully on board with the World Economic Forum/United Nations agenda of biomedical tyranny and transhumanism, look no further than the executive order that Joe Biden signed on Monday, September 12. By quietly getting Biden's signature on this document, "Executive Order on Advancing Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Innovation for a Sustainable, Safe, and Secure American Bioeconomy," his handlers may have given us the most ominous sign yet that we stand on the threshold of a technocratic one-world beast system. Karen Kingston, a former Pfizer employee and current analyst for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, helps us decipher what's going on in this executive order. Kingston stated in a Twitter post: "Let me read between the lines for the America. Biden's Sept. 12, 2022, executive order declares that Americans must surrender all human rights that stand in the way of transhumanism. Clinical trial safety standards and informed consent will be eradicated as they stand in the way of universally unleashing gene-editing technologies needed to merge humans with A.I. In order to achieve the societal goals of the New World Order, crimes against humanity are not only legal, but mandatory."

Inflation report sends Dow to worst day since June 2020

Inflation report sends Dow to worst day since June 2020 | 13 Sept 2022 | Dow loses 1,200 points, S&P 500 loses 4%, Nasdaq down 5% on inflation report U.S. stocks ended a four-day winning streak after the latest read on inflation came in higher than expected. CME’s FedWatch shows a 32% chance the Fed will raise interest rates by 1% when it meets later this month. On Monday, FedWatch predicted a 0% chance of a 1% increase. The odds of a 75 basis point hike went to 69% from 91%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 1,200 points. The S&P 500 slid 4% for the worst day this year and the Nasdaq lost 5%.

Pentagon in 'potential noncompliance' with law after denying vaccine religious accommodation requests - IG

Pentagon in 'potential noncompliance' with law after denying vaccine religious accommodation requests - IG --Department of Defense watchdog concerned about certain denials of service members' religious accommodation requests | 13 Sept 2022 | The Pentagon's watchdog says the Department of Defense is in "potential noncompliance" with standards for reviewing and denying religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to a report obtained by Fox News Digital. According to an internal memo by the Pentagon's Acting Inspector General Sean O'Donnell to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin written in June, but circulated on Sept. 2, the IG writes that he reviewed "concerning denials of religious liberty accommodation requests from COVID-19 vaccination requirements." O'Donnell stated that the purpose of the report is "To inform [Secretary Austin] of potential noncompliance with standards for reviewing and documenting the denial of religious accommodation request from Service members." He said that the DOD hotline received "dozens" of complaints regarding denied religious exemption requests from military service members.

U.S. involved in Ukrainian strikes on nuclear plant - Moscow

U.S. involved in Ukrainian strikes on nuclear plant - Moscow --Top Russian security official suggests the US is creating the conditions for the attacks | 12 Sept 2022 | Washington has been supplying Kiev with crucial intelligence to designate targets for shelling around the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant, the head of Russia's Security Council Nikolay Patrushev has claimed. Speaking at a security meeting on Monday, Patrushev said there was a "serious threat" to radiation safety posed by Kiev's shelling. He claimed that attacks near the plant are carried out using NATO-supplied weapons while Washington was supplying Ukraine's forces with the targets. The security official noted that the continued attacks on the ZNPP could lead to an unprecedented nuclear disaster. "The consequences of these provocations could be very catastrophic not only for the majority of the population of Ukraine and Russia but also for Europe, and in terms of their scale they could surpass the tragedies that occurred at the nuclear power plants in Chernobyl and Fukushima," Patrushev warned.

More Reports of COVID Vaccine-Linked Heart Inflammation in Young Males Submitted to CDC

More Reports of COVID Vaccine-Linked Heart Inflammation in Young Males Submitted to CDC | 11 Sept 222 | Reports submitted to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s vaccine surveillance system suggest that cases of post-COVID-19 vaccine-linked heart inflammation among young males have risen. Recent figures published in the CDC's Vaccine Safety Datalink surveillance system show that within a week of getting the two-dose Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, there were 14 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis among 102,091 males between the ages of 16 and 17. And of the 206,000 12- to 15-year-old males who got the same two-dose vaccine series, there were 31 cases within a week, according to the CDC. Those reports were presented to the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices on Sept. 1 show that the incident rate for the 12- to 15-year-old group is 150.5 per million--or about 1 in 6,600--and 137.1 per million for the 16- to the 17-year-old group--or about 1 in 7,262.

Court Orders Bill Gates, Indian Government to Respond to Lawsuit Filed by Family of Woman Who Died After AstraZeneca Vaccine

Court Orders Bill Gates, Indian Government to Respond to Lawsuit Filed by Family of Woman Who Died After AstraZeneca Vaccine | 12 Sept 2022 | An Indian court ordered Bill Gates, the Indian government and the Serum Institute of India -- the world's largest vaccine manufacturer -- to provide formal responses relating to a case filed by the father of a woman who died after receiving AstraZeneca's Covishield COVID-19 vaccine. The High Court of Judicature at Bombay set a Nov. 17 deadline for the responses and scheduled a hearing for the same day. In a lawsuit filed in February, Dilip Lunawat alleged his daughter, Snehal Lunawat, died March 1, 2021, of complications arising from the Covishield vaccine. He is seeking compensation of ₹1000 crores (approximately $126 million).

UK government data: COVID-19 shots linked to 5.5 times as many deaths as all other vaxxes in the past 21 years

UK government data: COVID-19 shots linked to 5.5 times as many deaths as all other vaxxes in the past 21 years | 10 Sept 2022 | The data shared subsequently comes from the United Kingdom's official medicine regulator, known as the UK Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, or MHRA. The government agency "regulates medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion in the UK," according to their website... In response to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request submitted on August 6, 2021, via email by a gentleman simply referenced as Mr. Anderson, the MHRA recently revealed [that] over the past 19 months, COVID-19 shots have been linked to 5.5 times as many deaths as all other vaxxes available in the UK in the past 21 years. "The MHRA has received a total of 404 UK spontaneous suspected [adverse reaction reports] for any vaccine between 01/01/2001 - 25/08/2021 associated with a fatal outcome," the agency says in their response, dated September 6 of last year. The agency adds, "Please note this number excludes reports received for the COVID-19 vaccines."

In State After State, Democrats Are Running as Republicans to Get Into Office – They Even Have a Name for It: 'Secret Sleepers'

In State After State, Democrats Are Running as Republicans to Get Into Office – They Even Have a Name for It: 'Secret Sleepers' | 10 Sept 2022 | Democrats are running as Republicans in races across America today. It's the only way they can win in a majority of locations around the country. So they pretend to be Republicans until after they are elected. They even have a name for these Democratic plants. They're called "secret sleepers." In June, Project Veritas released leaked audio of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Krystle Matthews speaking on the phone with an inmate at Perry Correctional Institution. Democrat Matthews called for "secret sleepers" to infiltrate the South Carolina Republican party... Democrats have been running "secret sleepers" for years.

Medical Crisis Declaration

Medical Crisis Declaration By James Roguski | 10 Sept 2022 | Doctors around the world came together to sign a Declaration of an International Medical Crisis due to the diseases and death co-related to the COVID-19 "vaccines." At 11am on Saturday, September 10, 2022, top doctors from across India met virtually with doctors from 34 countries to sign a Declaration of International Medical Crisis. "Iatrogenocide: Murder by doctor, as in the administration of COVID-19 shots despite scientific evidence of serious harm and lack of effectiveness." --Rima E. Laibow, MD...

GOP Leader Says Homes of Trump Supporters May Soon Be Raided by FBI

GOP Leader Says Homes of Trump Supporters May Soon Be Raided by FBI | 11 Sept 2022 | A top former Republican leader and prominent attorney has said that the homes of more supporters of former President Donald Trump may soon be raided by FBI agents--weeks after the unprecedented Aug. 8 raid of Mar-a-Lago. Harmeet Dhillon, who was the vice chairwoman of the California Republican Party, told Fox News that within 24 hours of a Politico reporter's Twitter post claiming that the FBI is ready to serve warrants "three of our clients...did either get search warrants or subpoenas. And these subpoenas are extremely broad." In a Twitter post, Dhillon alleged that someone Department of Justice's (DOJ) Jan. 6 team "told a Politico reporter that 50 or so search warrants and grand jury subpoenas were being issued to Trump allies--before it happened. Clients, already being harassed by House J6 Committee investigators."

Biden extends Bush's 9/11 emergency

Biden extends Bush's 9/11 emergency --The 'terrorist threat' behind the attacks continues to menace the country, Biden warned | 11 Sept 2022 | U.S. President [sic] Joe Biden has renewed the national emergency declared by former president [sic - also an unelected dirt-bag installed by the deep state] George W. Bush in the days following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 for another year. The "terrorist threat" behind the attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people "continues," Biden wrote in a Thursday memo published in the Federal Register, adding that the "powers and authorities adopted to deal with" the attacks "must continue in effect beyond September 14, 2022." The 9/11 emergency declaration is just one of several Biden has extended this week alone.

Pro-Western Bots Behind Vast Majority of Russia-Ukraine Tweets Studied, New Report Finds

Pro-Western Bots Behind Vast Majority of Russia-Ukraine Tweets Studied, New Report Finds | 11 Sept 2022 | A bombshell report has revealed that one of the largest bot armies ever discovered was secretly working to advance Western interests in NATO's ongoing proxy war on Russia in Ukraine. Researchers at the University of Adelaide who studied 5.2 million tweets published in the weeks after Russia's special military operation in Ukraine have published an alarming new study which found that 60% to 80% of those posts were shared by fake accounts -- and 90% of them were in favor of the Ukrainian regime. According to their groundbreaking research, fake accounts using hashtags like #IStandWithUkraine, #IStandWithZelenskyy, and #ISupportUkraine were utilized en masse to perpetuate myths like the "Ghost of Kiev" -- a non-existent pilot that pro-Ukraine influencers held up for months as an example of supposed anti-Russian gallantry before the Kiev regime's military quietly acknowledged he never existed.

Woman Beheaded With Sword in Front of Onlookers in California

Woman Beheaded With Sword in Front of Onlookers in California | 9 Sept 2022 | (San Carlos, CA) A young mother of two was beheaded in front of horrified witnesses Thursday morning. The suspect, identified as Jose Landaeta Solano, severed his ex's head with what was described as a "Samurai sword." Solano has a violent criminal past, NBC Bay Area reported. The victim, who has not been identified, had a restraining order against Solano, according to the outlet. The suspect, who returned to the scene, was arrested in connection with the woman’s death, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office. The suspect was later identified as Jose Landaeta Solano.

Reporter tries to blame Trump for Las Vegas Democrat who allegedly stabbed journalist to death

Reporter tries to blame Trump for Las Vegas Democrat who allegedly stabbed journalist to death | 9 Sept 2022 | A reporter tried to compel a Las Vegas sheriff to condemn former President Donald Trump after police arrested a local Democrat politician for the murder of an investigative journalist. On Thursday, the sheriff of the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, Joe Lombardo, took to the podium to address questions from the media regarding a recent high-profile arrest. The day before, Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles was arrested for the gruesome murder of Jeff German, a reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, a story that had drawn the attention of media throughout the country. But one reporter, whose name has not been given, instead queried Lombardo about Trump, likely attempting to reorient the conversation from a discussion about the violent actions of one person into a larger statement about the former president. "Now is probably not the appropriate time to talk politics," the unnamed reporter began. To which Lombardo replied, "So why are we talking politics then?"

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