Shanghai Residents Clash With Police Over Neighborhood Quarantine Centers Under Construction

Shanghai Residents Clash With Police Over Neighborhood Quarantine Centers Under Construction | 17 April 2022 | Footage that widely circulated on social media shows residents entered a neighborhood clash with police in Shanghai due to local authorities' decision to acquire some of their community's apartment buildings as quarantine centers. According to the footage, dwellers in the Zhangjiang Nashi neighborhood compound rallied in protest of the local government's eviction order that forced them to move out. Police in white protective gear pushed back demonstrators while some women were crying desperately for help. The Zhangjiang Group, which owns the compound, said in an April 14 statement that their quarantine construction "met with resistance from part of residents," hinting at the clash between police and community dwellers.

Raleigh church gives away $25 in gas to 500 people on Holy Saturday

Raleigh church gives away $25 in gas to 500 people on Holy Saturday | 16 April 2022 | On the morning before Easter Sunday, hundreds of people in Raleigh received practical gifts: $25 worth of free gas, courtesy of the Baptist Grove Church. "We're blessing our community with gas. Why? Because people are hard pressed at the pump, we know that gas prices are astronomical right now," Pastor Bankole Akinbinu said. Gas prices have forced some people to curtail spur of the moment trips or scenic weekend drives. Rosinski said without the gasoline she got for free on Saturday, he would be sitting at home, staring at the walls. Pastor Akinbinu considers the distribution of free gas part of his ministry.

New Bird Flu Cases Identified in Pennsylvania and Utah, USDA Says

New Bird Flu Cases Identified in Pennsylvania and Utah, USDA Says | 17 April 2022 | New bird flu cases were detected in a commercial chicken flock in Pennsylvania and a backyard flock in Utah, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said on Saturday, with the outbreak now having spread to more than 30 states in the country. The department said earlier this month it was looking into vaccines as an option to protect poultry against deadly bird flu as the country faces its worst outbreak since 2015. The current outbreak has wiped out well over twenty million chickens and turkeys in commercial flocks since February. Federal and state officials were working jointly on additional surveillance and testing in areas around affected flocks, the USDA said.

Florida Department of Education Rejects 54 Math Textbooks for 'Attempting to Indoctrinate Students' With Critical Race Theory, Common Core

Florida Department of Education Rejects 54 Math Textbooks for 'Attempting to Indoctrinate Students' With Critical Race Theory, Common Core | 16 April 2022 | The Florida Department of Education has rejected 54 math textbooks for next school year due to "attempts to indoctrinate students." The math texts reportedly contained references to Critical Race Theory, Common Core, and "social emotional learning." "It seems that some publishers attempted to slap a coat of paint on an old house built on the foundation of Common Core, and indoctrinating concepts like race essentialism, especially, bizarrely, for elementary school students," said Governor Ron DeSantis... According to a press release from the department, "41 percent of the submitted textbooks were impermissible with either Florida's new standards or contained prohibited topics - the most in Florida's history."

Russia offers Ukrainian stronghold chance to surrender

Russia offers Ukrainian stronghold chance to surrender --Moscow promises to spare the lives of "nationalist militants" and "foreign mercenaries" in Mariupol | 16 April 2022 | The Russian Defense Ministry has called on the remaining Ukrainian forces, besieged at a steel plant in the coastal city of Mariupol, to lay down their arms, offering guarantees of life and safety, if they accept the proposal and halt all hostilities starting Sunday morning. "Considering the catastrophic situation at the Azovstal metallurgical plant, and being guided by purely humane principles, the Russian Armed Forces offer militants of nationalist battalions and foreign mercenaries to stop hostilities and lay down their arms starting 6am Moscow time on April 17, 2022," the Russian Defense Ministry said in a late-night announcement on Saturday. "All who lay down their weapons are guaranteed the preservation of life," the ministry stated. "All who lay down their weapons are guaranteed the preservation of life," the ministry stated.

WHO chief promotes Bill Gates's book on 'next pandemic'

WHO chief promotes Bill Gates's book on 'next pandemic' --Book drops as WHO hammers out supranational pandemic treaty | 16 April 2022 | World Health Organization director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus praised the latest book by billionaire and self-styled pandemic 'expert' Bill Gates on Friday, declaring himself in full agreement with Gates's insistence "we must act on Covid-19's lessons and innovate so that we can deliver swift, equitable health solutions to prevent the[ir] next pandemic." The public health official tweeted a photo of himself with the tome, tagging the Gates Foundation, the Microsoft founder's public health policy-making vehicle and one of the primary financial benefactors of the WHO. [The only "lesson" to be learned here is that Tedros, Gates, Fauci, and numerous other terrorists need to be tried for crimes against humanity in Nuremberg II.]

Fourth Texas migrant bus arrives in D.C. near U.S. Capitol

Fourth Texas migrant bus arrives in D.C. near U.S. Capitol --Bus carrying approximately 10 migrants was assisted by a social services organization | 16 April 2022 | A fourth bus transporting migrants from Texas who crossed the U.S. border illegally arrived in the nation's capital Saturday. The bus, transporting approximately 10 passengers, arrived near Union Station in Washington, D.C., Saturday morning. Passengers were dropped off at the same area as previous envoys – blocks away from the Capitol and directly in front of the city's central train station.

Amazon is adding a 5% fuel and inflation surcharge

Amazon is adding a 5% fuel and inflation surcharge | 16 April 2022 | Amazon said Wednesday that for the first time in company history it will charge sellers a 5% fuel and inflation surcharge. The e-commerce giant said the new fee will begin April 28 and is being imposed because inflation has worsened significantly in recent months. "In 2022, we expected a return to normalcy as Covid-19 restrictions around the world eased, but fuel and inflation have presented further challenges," Amazon wrote in memo that was provided to CNN by the company. "It is unclear if these inflationary costs will go up or down, or for how long they will persist." Amazon spokesman Patrick Graham told CNN that the fee surcharge applies only to fee rates paid by sellers that choose to use Amazon's fulfillment services, which include storing, packing and shipping products.

Former Clinton Campaign Lawyer Made False Statements to Second Government Agency - Durham

Former Clinton Campaign Lawyer Made False Statements to Second Government Agency - Durham | 16 April 2022 | Former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussman, who is accused of lying to the FBI when he claimed he was not handing over information about then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016, made false statements to CIA officers in a meeting after Trump was sworn into office, according to new filings by Special Counsel John Durham's team. Sussman told James Baker, at the time the FBI's general counsel, that he had "time-sensitive (and sensitive)" information to share before the pair met, according to a text message recently disclosed by prosecutors... Sussman provided Baker in a Sept. 19, 2016, meeting with white papers that alleged Trump's business had a secret channel with a Russian bank, allegations the FBI later determined were untrue. On Feb. 9, 2017, Sussman met with CIA officers--where he also made false statements, according to the new filings.

Air Force Master Sergeant Facing Court-Martial After Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine

Air Force Master Sergeant Facing Court-Martial After Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine --Possibly the first U.S. service member to be sent to court-martial, lawyer says | 15 April 2022 | An Air Force non-commissioned officer whose attempt to get a religious exemption to the U.S. military's COVID-19 vaccine mandate was rejected is slated to go on trial by court-martial. Master Sergeant Vincent White's exemption application was denied, as was his appeal for the denial. White has continued to refuse to get a shot, prompting his superiors to punish him with "nonjudicial punishment" pursuant to Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Under the code, a service member's commander can make them perform extra duties, strip their rank, and levy other penalties.

Russia warns US to stop arming Ukraine

Russia warns US to stop arming Ukraine | 15 April 2022 | Russia this week sent a formal diplomatic note to the United States warning that U.S. and NATO shipments of the "most sensitive" weapons systems to Ukraine were "adding fuel" to the conflict there and could bring "unpredictable consequences." The diplomatic démarche, a copy of which was reviewed by The Washington Post, came as Joe Biden approved a dramatic expansion in the scope of weapons being provided to Ukraine, an $800 million package including 155 mm Howitzers -- a serious upgrade in long-range artillery to match Russian systems -- coastal defense drones and armored vehicles, as well as additional portable anti-air and antitank weapons and millions of rounds of ammunition. The United States has also facilitated the shipment to Ukraine of long-range air defense systems...

Twitter Board Approves 'Poison Pill' After Musk's $43 Billion Offer to Buy Company

Twitter Board Approves 'Poison Pill' After Musk's $43 Billion Offer to Buy Company | 16 April 2022 | Twitter’s board of directors [disregarding shareholders' best interest] has approved a provision aimed at preventing a hostile takeover that’s known in the financial world as a "poison pill," the company announced on April 15. The board unanimously chose to adopt the "limited duration shareholder rights plan" after an "unsolicited, non-binding proposal to acquire Twitter," the company said. Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, offered to purchase the California-based firm for around $43 billion this week shortly after buying nearly 10 percent of the company. Under the approved provision, if any entity, person, or group acquires 15 percent or more of Twitter's outstanding stock in a transaction not approved by the board, other stock holders will be able to buy additional shares of common stock at a lower price. [Hopefully, Twitter shareholders will soon launch a class-action lawsuit against the totalitarian dirt-bags sitting on the board of directors.]

Biden shakes hands with thin air after North Carolina speech

Biden shakes hands with thin air after North Carolina speech | 14 April 2022 | Joe Biden was left empty-handed following an address at a North Carolina university Thursday. Biden, 79, had just finished delivering a nearly 40-minute speech at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro when he turned toward stage right with his paw outstretched in a handshake position. There was no one else on stage and no one from the applauding crowd approached the president to exchange the pleasantry, according to footage of the event.

Biden administration resumes after-dark migrant flights to airport outside NYC

Biden administration resumes after-dark migrant flights to airport outside NYC | 15 April 2022 | The White House has quietly resumed its after-dark charter flights of underage migrants [aka Biden's child trafficking] to a suburban airport north of New York City -- after a Post expose led to their suspension last year. The Post watched as a group of migrant teens got off an Avelo Airlines plane that arrived at the Westchester County Airport near White Plains at 9:25 p.m. Thursday. The group then boarded three waiting buses that drove off about 50 minutes later. One bus traveled to the Walt Whitman Service Area in Cherry Hill, NJ, just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia... The plane that landed in Westchester flew out of El Paso International Airport in Texas and made a stopover in Jacksonville, Fla., online flight records show.

Japan's nuclear regulator to okay release of radioactive water from Fukushima plant

Japan's nuclear regulator to okay release of radioactive water from Fukushima plant | 15 April 2022 | Japan's nuclear regulator has largely approved a plan to release treated water from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the ocean. The plant suffered triple meltdowns in the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster. Water is used to cool molten nuclear fuel. It mixes with rain and groundwater that flows into damaged reactor buildings. The water is treated to remove most of the radioactive materials, but still contains radioactive tritium. The Japanese government plans to dilute treated water that continues to accumulate at the plant to levels below national regulations and start releasing it from around spring 2023... In 13 meetings since December, the Nuclear Regulation Authority discussed the safety of the new facility to be built for the water release and the maximum concentration of radioactive tritium when it is released.

Records Reveal Multiple Attacks on Secret Service by Biden's Dog, Agents Upset with Psaki's Misleading Statements about an Incident - Judicial Watch

Records Reveal Multiple Attacks on Secret Service by Biden's Dog, Agents Upset with Psaki's Misleading Statements about an Incident - Judicial Watch | 13 April 2022 | Judicial Watch announced today it obtained 400 pages of new records including incident reports detailing multiple attacks and damages caused to United States Secret Service (USSS) members by Joe Biden's dog Major at both the White House and Biden's lake home in Wilmington, DE. The documents also reveal that a member of USSS who was attacked by the dog was displeased that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki misled the press about the incident. (In August 2021, Judicial Watch uncovered records from the Secret Service revealing Biden's dog was responsible for many more biting incidents than the Biden White House has publicly acknowledged. One email notes "at the current rate an Agent or Officer has been bitten every day this week (3/1-3/8) causing damage to attire or bruising/punctures to the skin.")

More Than One Million COVID Vaccine Injuries, Nearly 27,000 Deaths Reported to VAERS, CDC Data Show

More Than One Million COVID Vaccine Injuries, Nearly 27,000 Deaths Reported to VAERS, CDC Data Show | 15 April 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,226,314 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and April 8, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). VAERS is the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S. The data included a total of 26,976 reports of deaths -- an increase of 277 over the previous week -- and 219,865 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 2,564 compared with the previous week. Excluding "foreign reports" to VAERS, 805,921 adverse events, including 12,471 deaths and 79,811 serious injuries, were reported in the U.S. between Dec. 14, 2020, and April 8, 2022. Foreign reports are reports foreign subsidiaries send to U.S. vaccine manufacturers.

Three Kansas deputies shot after suspicious vehicle call; suspect dead

Three Kansas deputies shot after suspicious vehicle call; suspect dead | 15 April 2022 | Three Kansas deputies were shot Friday during a gunfire exchange and a female suspect is dead, authorities said. The shooting occurred around U.S. Highway 77 and 122nd Road just outside of Wichita. The deputies initially responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle when gunfire was exchanged, Cowley County Sheriff Dave Falletti told reporters at the scene, according to video footage taken by KNS News. The injured deputies were in stable condition and were taken to a hospital in Wichita, he said.

Second Texas bus drops off migrants near US Capitol in Washington, D.C.

Second Texas bus drops off migrants near US Capitol in Washington, D.C. | 14 April 2022 | A second bus from Texas arrived near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., just before 4:30 a.m. Thursday, transporting more than a dozen illegal immigrants as part of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's new plan to counter federal immigration policies during an ongoing border crisis. Abbott announced last week that he was directing the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to transport migrants released from federal custody in Texas to the nation's capital and other locations outside his state. Fourteen migrants stepped off the bus a block from Union Station on First Street. The migrants are from Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba and Colombia, one man said.

First Texas bus drops off migrants blocks from U.S. Capitol in D.C.

First Texas bus drops off migrants blocks from U.S. Capitol in D.C. | 13 April 2022 | A bus from Texas arrived in Washington, D.C., Wednesday morning, transporting dozens of illegal immigrants as part of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's new plan to counter federal immigration policies during an ongoing border crisis. Abbott announced last week that he was directing the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to transport migrants released from federal custody in Texas to the nation's capital and other locations outside his state. The bus pulled up at approximately 8 a.m. local time, blocks away from the U.S. Capitol building.

Artillery and helicopters among $800 million in new military assistance for Ukraine approved by Biden

Artillery and helicopters among $800 million in new military assistance for Ukraine approved by Biden | 13 April 2022 | In anticipation of a new Russian offensive in eastern Ukraine, Joe Biden on Wednesday approved an $800 million package of military assistance, including additional helicopters and the first provision of American artillery. The Ukrainians also will receive armored personnel carriers, armored Humvees, naval drone vessels used in coastal defense, and gear and equipment used to protect soldiers in chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological attacks. It is the latest in a series of U.S. security assistance packages valued at a combined $2.6 billion that has been committed to Ukraine since Feb. 24. Biden is under pressure from members of both parties in Congress to expand and accelerate U.S. aid.

Biden admin sets off alarms over possibility medical staff for veterans could be pulled to treat illegal migrants

Biden admin sets off alarms over possibility medical staff for veterans could be pulled to treat illegal migrants | 13 April 2022 | More than 50 House Republicans Wednesday are pressing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) over the possibility it may use Veterans Affairs (VA) medical personnel to stem an expected migrant border surge. The letter comes a little over a month before the May 23 end date for the Title 42 policy -- a Trump-era public health order that allows for the expulsion of most migrants entering the U.S. because of COVID-19. After Joe Biden announced earlier this month he would end the order, fears grew over a potential surge of migrants to the southern border as a result. Fox News reported shortly before Biden's announcement that CBP was considering the idea to have VA personnel assist in taking care of the migrants. The letter, addressed to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, stated that any consideration of moving VA medical personnel to the border would be "deeply troubling." "Moving VA medical staff away from our veteran's healthcare needs to examine illegal immigrants is a recipe for disaster," the letter said. "Wait times for a veteran to see their doctor can average 22 days and reach as high as 42 days. This is unacceptable mismanagement of federal government resources by the Biden administration."

New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin resigns after arrest in campaign finance scheme

New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin resigns after arrest in campaign finance scheme | 12 April 2022 | Embattled Lieutenant Gov. Brian Benjamin resigned Tuesday evening just hours after he was indicted by federal prosecutors in Manhattan on a five corruption-related charges that alleged he attempted to trade a state grant for campaign contributions. "I have accepted Brian Benjamin's resignation effective immediately. While the legal process plays out, it is clear to both of us that he cannot continue to serve as Lieutenant Governor," Gov. Kathy Hochul said. Hochul -- who picked Benjamin as her running mate last year -- announced his departure after spending much of the day dodging questions about his arrest Tuesday morning.

New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin arrested in campaign finance scheme

New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin arrested in campaign finance scheme | 12 April 2022 | New York Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin surrendered to federal authorities Tuesday morning to face bribery conspiracy charges tied to an alleged campaign finance scheme that dates back to his days as a state senator. Benjamin, who Gov. Kathy Hochul chose in August as her No. 2 and running mate for this year's election, is accused of funneling phony campaign contributions to his unsuccessful city comptroller campaign, in a scheme that a top prosecutor called "plain and simple" bribery. During a press conference, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams labeled Benjamin's actions "a simple story of corruption."

Wholesale prices surge 11.2% in March, highest level on record

Wholesale prices surge 11.2% in March, highest level on record --Economists expected producer inflation to surge by 10.6% in March | 13 April 2022 | Wholesale prices surged again in March as strong consumer demand, pandemic-related supply-chain snarls and the war in Ukraine continued to fuel the highest inflation in decades. The Labor Department said Wednesday that its producer price index, which measures inflation at the wholesale level before it reaches consumers, surged 11.2% in March from the year-ago period. On a monthly basis, prices grew by 1.4% – an uptick from February, when the gauge increased by 0.9%.

20 Federal 'Assets' Embedded at Capitol on Jan. 6, Court Filing Says

20 Federal 'Assets' Embedded at Capitol on Jan. 6, Court Filing Says | 13 April 2022 | At least 20 FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives "assets" were embedded around the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, a defense attorney wrote in a court filing on April 12. The disclosure was made in a motion seeking to dismiss seditious conspiracy and obstruction charges against 10 Oath Keepers defendants in one of the most prominent Jan. 6 criminal cases. David W. Fischer, attorney for Thomas E. Caldwell of Berryville, Virginia, filed a 41-page motion to dismiss four counts on behalf of all Oath Keepers case defendants before U.S. District Judge Amit P. Mehta in Washington, D.C.

NYC subway shooting suspect charged with one federal count of terrorism

NYC subway shooting suspect charged with one federal count of terrorism | 13 April 2022 | The suspect in the New York subway mass shooting has been charged with one federal count of terrorism, the Department of Justice announced Wednesday. Frank James, 62, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in connection to a mass shooting on a subway in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, officials said. During rush hour Tuesday morning, the suspect [allegedly] detonated two smoke grenades and opened fire as a Manhattan-bound N train pulled into the 36th Street subway station in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Biden approval rating tumbles to lowest point of his presidency - poll

Biden approval rating tumbles to lowest point of his presidency - poll --Only 26% of Independents approve of Biden's job performance | 13 April 2022 | Joe Biden's approval rating has reached the lowest level of his presidency [sic], with a new poll showing only a third of Americans approve of his job performance. Just 33% of Americans approve of Biden's job performance compared to 54% who disapprove, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. That mark ties the lowest approval Biden has received in the poll during his precedency, matching the number set in January when the president faced a 33-53 approval deficit... Independents also indicated disapproval of Biden's performance, with 56% saying they disapprove compared to 26% who like how Biden is doing.

Inflation in US soars 8.5% in one year, highest since 1981

Inflation in US soars 8.5% in one year, highest since 1981 | 12 April 2022 | The consumer price index jumped 8.5% in March from 12 months earlier, according to the Labor Department -- the biggest year-over-year increase since December 1981 and a larger increase than the 8.4% that analysts predicted. Since March of last year, food costs are up 8.8%, electricity is up 11.1% and gasoline is up 48%, driven up by supply chain issues, consumer demand and disruptions to global food and energy markets worsened by Russia's war against Ukraine Biden's march toward the Great Reset and his policies which are accelerating the destruction of the US from within. Month-to-month, the report showed inflation rose 1.2% from February to March, up from a 0.8% increase from January to February.

Revealed: NYC subway shooting suspect Frank James posted unhinged race-obsessed YouTube clips warning of his intentions and hatred for Mayor Eric Adams

Revealed: NYC subway shooting suspect Frank James posted unhinged race-obsessed YouTube clips warning of his intentions and hatred for Mayor Eric Adams --James remains at-large despite a multi-state hunt for him that also involves the FBI --He was known to the bureau and was on a terrorist watchlist after an incident in New Mexico in 2019 --James pulled out a gas mask on the northbound N train in Brooklyn yesterday then released a smoke bomb --He then opened fire with a handgun, shooting ten people, before somehow managing to flee --The surveillance cameras inside the station were not working which has hampered efforts to find him | 13 April 2022 | The race-obsessed suspect in Tuesday's horror shooting on the New York City subway posted a terrifying YouTube warning that he was driving from his home in Wisconsin and would "never be back again alive" three weeks before unleashing terror during rush hour. Frank James, 62, remains on the run on Wednesday morning 24 hours after allegedly opening fire on a packed northbound N train as it approached 36th Street station in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. On Wednesday morning, Mayor Eric Adams officially named James as a suspect - upgrading him from "person of interest." ...It has emerged that he was known to the FBI and was questioned in 2019 in New Mexico though it is not yet clear why. He was cleared but was entered into the state's "Guardian Lead" system. The Guardian Program is the bureau's terrorist threat and suspicious incident tracking system. Despite being on that list, James was unimpeded as he relentlessly uploaded hate-speech-filled clips on YouTube about how oppressed black people were and how black and white people should have "no contact," for weeks before Tuesday's attack.

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