Court rules only 152 died of COVID-19 in Portugal - not 17,000

Court rules only 152 died of COVID-19 in Portugal - not 17,000 | 2 July 2021 | Following a citizen's petition, the Administrative Court of the Circle of Lisbon provided verified COVID-19 data showing that only 152 patients died from the disease from January 2020 to April 2021, not 17,000 as Portuguese authorities claim. The remaining deaths were attributed to various causes. Nonetheless, some experts remain skeptical about whether even those 152 deaths are actually due to COVID-19. In a recent article on his blog, Andre Dias, a lung disease specialist from the University of Tromso - The Arctic University of Norway, said the ruling's reference to 152 death certificates being issued "under Justice Ministry supervision" is suspicious since all death certificates are issued under the auspices of Portugal's Ministry of Justice. Therefore, death certificates for the others who supposedly died of COVID-19 could've only been issued by those same auspices.

Rumsfeld admitted that the Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion dollars

Rumsfeld flashback: Rumsfeld admitted that the Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion dollars | 2001 | The U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld admitted the day before the attack that the Pentagon was missing 2.3 trillion dollars. The claim is based on a quote from Donald Rumsfeld from September 10, 2001: "According to some estimates, we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions." The claim supports the conspiracy theory that the terror attack against the Pentagon was supposedly a so-called false flag operation. [Six ways to Sunday. Make no mistake about it: the same cabal behind 9/11 is wrapped up in the COVID/vaccine creation. Trillions made then - trillions made now. See how that works? --LRP] Rumsfeld had knowledge that the terror attack would take place the next day, knowing that the news of the missing trillions would be buried in the massive media cover of the attack. The hijacked Flight 77 was intended to impact the Pentagon at the exact spot where the documents that would reveal the fraud would be. The impact and the subsequent damage and fires were then to destroy the evidence.

Donald H. Rumsfeld, Defense Secretary During Iraq War, Is Dead at 88

Donald H. Rumsfeld, Defense Secretary During Iraq War, Is Dead at 88 | 1 July 2021 | Donald H. Rumsfeld, the secretary of defense for Presidents Gerald R. Ford and George W. Bush, who presided over America's Cold War strategies in the 1970s and, in the new world of terrorism decades later, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, died on Tuesday at his home in Taos, N.M. He was 88. The cause was multiple myeloma, said Keith Urbahn, a spokesman for the family... In his 2011 memoir, Known and Unknown, Mr. Rumsfeld, more than four years out of office, still expressed no regrets over the decision to [illegally] invade Iraq, which had cost the United States $700 billion and 4,400 American lives, insisting that the removal of President Hussein had justified the effort.

Bagram: Last US and Nato forces leave key Afghanistan base

Bagram: Last US and Nato forces leave key Afghanistan base | 2 July 2021 | The last US and Nato forces have left Afghanistan's Bagram airbase, the centre of the war against militants for some 20 years, US officials say. The pull-out could signal that the complete withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan is imminent. Joe Biden has said US forces will be gone by 11 September... Some 2,500-3,500 US troops were thought to be still in Afghanistan until recently and when they depart, fewer than 1,000 American soldiers will remain.

Trump Organization: Top executive charged with tax crimes

Trump Organization: Top executive charged with tax crimes | 1 July 2021 | Former US President Donald Trump's company and its finance chief have been charged with tax-related crimes. Allen Weisselberg, 73, turned himself in to New York authorities on Thursday. He was later charged with concealing $1.7m (£1.2m) worth of income. Prosecutors say the 15-year-long scheme helped executives evade taxes by giving benefits, such as rent and school fees, that were hidden from the authorities. Lawyers for the firm and Mr Weisselberg have pleaded not guilty to tax fraud.

Historic heat wave linked to hundreds of deaths in Pacific Northwest and Canada

Historic heat wave linked to hundreds of deaths in Pacific Northwest and Canada | 1 July 2021 | The historic heat wave that's scorched a great deal of the Pacific Northwest and caused record high temperatures in Canada has been blamed for hundreds of deaths in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia in the past week. Oregon's state medical examiner's office said the extreme heat has killed at least 63 people in the state since Friday; 45 of those deaths were reported in Multnomah County, which includes Portland. The region saw temperatures reach a record high of 116 degrees Fahrenheit. Many of the dead were found alone and without air conditioning.

Radioactive hybrid terror pigs have made themselves a home in Fukushima's exclusion zone

Radioactive hybrid terror pigs have made themselves a home in Fukushima's exclusion zone --Human resettlement after 2011's nuclear disaster facing opposition from indestructible, betusked interlopers | 1 July 2021 | Scientists have uncovered a new threat to humanity emerging in the area surrounding the former Fukushima nuclear power plant: indestructible radioactive hybrid terror pigs. The details emerged from studies of how radiation from the partial triple nuclear meltdown at the plant in 2011 had affected local wildlife, which has in many cases "rewilded" urban areas vacated years ago by populations forced to move out by the threat of radiation following the disaster. The scientists were not prepared for the true prospect that awaited them, as related in a report in the Proceedings of the Royal Society Bjournal. Surveys of the local boar population found they are contaminated by up to 300 times the safe human dosage of the lethal isotope caesium-137. In other words, they are highly radioactive and seemingly virtually indestructible.

Firefighter's 7-year-old daughter among victims of Florida condo collapse; death toll rises to 20

Firefighter's 7-year-old daughter among victims of Florida condo collapse; death toll rises to 20 | 2 July 2021 | A 7-year-old daughter of a Miami firefighter was among two additional bodies found overnight in the rubble of the collapsed condo building outside Miami, raising the death toll to 20 with 128 people still missing... Meanwhile, rescue and recovery teams are closely monitoring Hurricane Elsa as officials warn the area may see tropical storm force winds as early as midday Sunday. Friday morning, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said on-site teams are preparing for potential tropical storm force winds and heavy rainfall that may come as early as midday Sunday. He said he is putting together a potential emergency order today.

Pennsylvania Gov. Vetoes GOP-Backed Election Integrity Bill

Pennsylvania Gov. Vetoes GOP-Backed Election Integrity Bill | 30 June 2021 | Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a Republican-backed election overhaul bill that would expand voter identification requirements, move up the voter registration deadline, limit the use of drop-boxes, and allow county officials to conduct early pre-canvassing for mail-in ballots, among other measures. On Wednesday, Wolf also used his line-item veto authority to remove a budget legislation proposal that would earmark millions of dollars to create an election-auditing agency.

Facebook Sending Messages to Some Users Asking About Potentially 'Extremist' Friends

Facebook Sending Messages to Some Users Asking About Potentially 'Extremist' Friends | 1 July 2021 | Some Facebook users have recently reported being sent warning messages from the social media giant relating to “extremists” or “extremist content.” “Are you concerned that someone you know is becoming an extremist?” one message reads. “We care about preventing extremism on Facebook. Others in your situation have received confidential support.” The message also provides a button to “Get Support,” which leads to another Facebook page about extremism.

Arizona Ballot-Harvesting Ban Is Legal, Supreme Court Rules in High-Stakes Electoral Integrity Case

Arizona Ballot-Harvesting Ban Is Legal, Supreme Court Rules in High-Stakes Electoral Integrity Case | 1 July 2021 | Arizona's ban on ballot-harvesting and out-of-precinct voting doesn't violate the federal Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court ruled 6–3 in a closely watched case with implications for future elections...The court opinion split neatly along ideological and partisan lines, with the six conservative justices nominated by Republican presidents voting to uphold the state rules and the three liberal justices nominated by Democratic presidents voting to strike them down. The July 1 decision was a victory for the former Trump administration, which argued in a friend-of-the-court brief the month before it left office that the rules were legally sound.

US military personnel, who were vaccinated against COVID-19, showed higher-than-expected rates of heart inflammation - study

US military personnel, who were vaccinated against COVID-19, showed higher-than-expected rates of heart inflammation - study | 29 June 2021 | According to one study, members of the US military who received the COVID-19 vaccine had a higher than expected incidence of heart inflammation, but the condition was still extremely rare [?]. The study discovered that within four days of receiving a COVID-19 shot, 23 previously healthy men with an average age of 25 complained of chest pain. According to study, the incidence was higher than some previous estimates predicted. At the time of the study's publication, all patients who had recovered from or were recovering from myocarditis (myocardial inflammation) received shots made by either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna.

Rabbi Stabbed Outside Shaloh House Synagogue in Brighton; Suspect Is in Custody

Rabbi Stabbed Outside Shaloh House Synagogue in Brighton; Suspect Is in Custody | 1 July 2021 | A rabbi is recovering at Boston Medical Center after he was stabbed eight times outside a Brighton synagogue Thursday afternoon. Boston Police were called to Shaloh House on Chestnut Hill Avenue around 1 p.m after Rabbi Shlomo Noginski was attacked by a man outside the building. Noginski was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police have arrested 24-year-old Khaled Awad in connection to the stabbing.

Throwback photo of spoiled US Olympian Gwen Berry raises eyebrows, website suddenly scrubbed

Throwback photo of spoiled US Olympian Gwen Berry raises eyebrows, website suddenly scrubbed | 1 July 2021 | The Olympic track-and-field athlete who turned her back on the American flag during the national anthem reportedly seemed to embrace Old Glory in the run-up to the 2016 Olympic Games. A now-deleted blog post allegedly from Gwen Berry's blog, circa June 12, 2015, purportedly shows her triumphantly holding the American flag along with text that alludes to her dream of representing the U.S. at the Rio games. At the Olympic trials in Eugene, Ore., last week, Berry turned away during "The Star-Spangled Banner" while she was standing on the podium after winning a bronze medal for third place in the hammer throw.

Pelosi Appoints Trump Hater [and neocon warmonger] Liz Cheney to Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Select Committee

Pelosi Appoints Trump Hater [and neocon warmonger] Liz Cheney to Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Select Committee | 1 July 2021 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., appointed RINO/Trump hater Liz Cheney to her partisan January 6 Capitol riot select committee. Full list of the 8 members chosen by Pelosi:

  • Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), as chairman.
  • Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA)
  • Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA)
  • Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-TX)
  • Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY)
  • Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL)
  • Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD)
  • Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA)

The other 5 members will be picked with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

Biden White House to Deploy 'Delta Variant' Response Teams Across US to Communities With Low Vaccination Rates

Biden White House to Deploy 'Delta Variant' Response Teams Across US to Communities With Low Vaccination Rates | 1 July 2021 | The Biden Administration will be deploying "Delta variant" response teams across the country to communities with low vaccination rates. The teams will be made up of officials from the CDC, Department of Health and Human Services and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to CNN. The government officials will be focused on communities with low vaccination rates as Biden’s goal of 70% vaccination by 4th of July falls short. As of this week, only 47.2% of Americans are fully vaccinated.

Attorney General Merrick Garland orders temporary halt of federal executions

Attorney General Merrick Garland orders temporary halt of federal executions | 1 July 2021 | Attorney General Merrick Garland has ordered a temporarily halt to federal executions as Justice Department senior officials review the policies and procedures for the controversial punishment. There has not been a scheduled federal execution since Joe Biden was sworn in to office. Garland's directive will include a review of changes to regulations made in 2020 under former Attorney General William Barr that expanded the permissible methods of execution beyond lethal injection, to include the use of firing squads.

California sets date for Gov. Gavin Newsom's recall election for Sept. 14

California sets date for Gov. Gavin Newsom's recall election for Sept. 14 | 1 July 2021 | California on Thursday scheduled a Sept. 14 recall election that could drive Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom from office, the result of a political uprising largely driven by angst over [insane] state coronavirus orders that shuttered schools and businesses and upended life for millions of Californians. The election in the nation's most populous state will be a marquee contest with national implications, watched closely as a barometer of the public mood heading toward the 2022 elections, when a closely divided Congress again will be in play. The date was set by Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis, a Democrat, after election officials certified that enough valid petition signatures had been turned in to qualify the election for the ballot.

New York's Mayoral Primary Vote Count Voided After 135,000 Ballot Discrepancy

New York's Mayoral Primary Vote Count Voided After 135,000 Ballot Discrepancy | 30 June 2021 | The New York City Board of Elections said on June 29 that 135,000 test ballots were accidentally included in a preliminary tally of votes cast in the city's mayoral primary election, leading to the count being voided and drawing the ire of candidates. New York's first attempt at ranked-choice voting (RCV) descended into confusion after the elections board abruptly removed updated vote totals from its website hours after posting them, citing a "discrepancy” in the numbers. Later, the board posted another statement noting that it had inadvertently failed to remove sample ballots it had used to test its software.

Parents threaten to sue UConn over COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Parents threaten to sue UConn over COVID-19 vaccine mandate | 29 June 2021 | A parental-rights nonprofit and families of UConn students are demanding that the university roll back its [insane] COVID-19 vaccination mandate, which was instituted earlier this month. Ryan P. McLane, an attorney representing The Family Freedom Endeavor and "dozens" of UConn students and their parents, sent a letter last week to interim university president Dr. Andrew Agwunobi and outgoing president Thomas Katsouleas requesting that the university "withdraw the current vaccine mandate." If the university does not revoke its mandate by July 2, McLane warned, the group will "litigate this issue in order to prevent the irreparable harm to their rights and potentially their physical selves." The Family Freedom Endeavor, a Florida-based nonprofit incorporated last month, describes its work as "fighting for the rights of individuals and the family over government-imposed regulations and restrictions."

Oakland TV crew held up at gunpoint as police department's funding slashed

Oakland TV crew held up at gunpoint as police department's funding slashed --The California news crew was filming an interview when 2 armed suspects tried to take their camera | 30 June 2021 | A pair of robbers in Oakland, California, held up a television news crew at gunpoint just hours after the city's police chief warned of safety concerns following officials' decision to slash his department’s budget by more than $18 million, police said. The news crew was filming an interview with the city's director of violence prevention outside City Hall around 3 p.m. local time Monday when two armed suspects tried to take their camera, the Oakland Police Department said in a statement... At the time, the crew was interviewing Guillermo Cespedes, head of the city's Department of Violence Prevention, the police department confirmed.

Trump Organization and CFO expected to be charged Thursday in New York tax probe

Trump Organization and CFO expected to be charged Thursday in New York tax probe | 30 June 2021 | New York prosecutors are expected to charge the Trump Organization and its longtime chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg with tax-related crimes on Thursday, two sources familiar with the matter told CBS News. The grand jury indictment would be the first stemming from a years-long probe by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office into former President Donald Trump's company. Ronald Fischetti, a lawyer representing Mr. Trump, told CBS News on Tuesday that he does not foresee charges against the former president himself.

Facebook Antitrust Cases Brought by FTC and States Are Thrown Out

Facebook Antitrust Cases Brought by FTC and States Are Thrown Out | 28 June 2021 | In a stunning setback to regulators' efforts to break up Facebook, a federal judge on Monday threw out antitrust lawsuits brought against the company by the Federal Trade Commission and more than 40 states. The judge, James E. Boasberg of U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, eviscerated one of the federal government's core arguments, that Facebook holds a monopoly over social networking, saying prosecutors had failed to provide enough facts to back up that claim. And he said the states had waited too long to bring their case, which centers on deals made in 2012 and 2014. The judge said the F.T.C. could try again within 30 days with more detail, but he suggested that the agency faced steep challenges.The rulings were a major blow to attempts to rein in Big Tech.

NY Couple Furloughed for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine Over Pregnancy Concerns

NY Couple Furloughed for Refusing COVID-19 Vaccine Over Pregnancy Concerns | 28 June 2021 | A New York couple has filed a lawsuit with the Queens Supreme Court after both were furloughed from their catering jobs for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine, citing unknown effects on conception and pregnancy. Jisserlin Reyes, 33, and Sandra Balbin, 36, planned to conceive via artificial insemination. Balbin said that the company already required wearing masks, social distancing, and getting tested twice a week--all measures with which the couple had complied. Concerns mounted over the vaccine when the couple's OB/GYN provided a letter stating that "the safety of the currently available COVID-19 vaccine has not been established."

FDA Adds Heart Inflammation Warning to Pfizer, Moderna COVID Vaccines as Some Experts Call for Full Approval

FDA Adds Heart Inflammation Warning to Pfizer, Moderna COVID Vaccines as Some Experts Call for Full Approval | 28 June 2021 | The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on June 25 added a warning to patient and provider fact sheets for Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines indicating an increased risk of myocarditis and pericarditis following vaccination. The warning notes reports of adverse events suggest increased risks of myocarditis and pericarditis, particularly following the second dose and with onset of symptoms within a few days after vaccination. The FDA’s update followed a review of information and discussion by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting on June 23 where the committee acknowledged 1,200 cases of heart inflammation in 16- to 24-year-olds and said mRNA COVID vaccines should carry a warning statement.

Pacific Northwest heat wave peaks Monday with temperatures 50 degrees above average

Pacific Northwest heat wave peaks Monday with temperatures 50 degrees above average | 28 June 2021 | The extraordinary heat wave that's stifling the Pacific Northwest reached its peak in many areas on Monday. Seattle smashed its all-time high-temperature record, set just the day before, by 4°F. A highly unusual weather pattern that statistically has less than a 1-in-several-thousand-year chance of occurring is in place over the Pacific Northwest, with a record-strong high-pressure area aloft -- colloquially known as a "heat dome" -- sitting over Washington state and British Columbia. This heat dome is yielding temperatures 25–50°F above average across multiple states and British Columbia. The heat was so severe Monday that pavement buckled across the Seattle and Portland metro areas.

Official 2011 Chinese government submission discusses 'weaponising specific viruses to target races'

Official 2011 Chinese government submission discusses 'weaponising specific viruses to target races' | 27 June 2021 | An official Chinese government document -- submitted to the United Nation’s Biological Weapons Convention in 2011 -- discusses "weaponising specific viruses to target races," according to Sky News host Sharri Markson. "It is a shocking and grotesque area of bioresearch," Ms Markson said. She said it was part of the warning which was included in the government’s formal submission to the United Nation’s Biological Weapons Convention in 2011. Ms Markson said the documents show that the Chinese government took concerns about a potential lab leak extremely seriously. "So seriously they said a lab leak involving virus research could place the whole of mankind in great danger".

Dr Fauci lied to Congress by saying he didn't know why Trump canceled a $370k grant for the Wuhan Institute of Virology when he knew it was due to fears it was the source of COVID, new book claims

Dr Fauci lied to Congress by saying he didn't know why Trump canceled a $370k grant for the Wuhan Institute of Virology when he knew it was due to fears it was the source of COVID, new book claims --Fauci initially resisted an order to halt funding for Wuhan Institute of Virology --Was aware Trump was concerned lab could be source of COVID-19, book claims --But later told Congress that he didn't know reasons for then-president's decision | 27 June 20221 | Dr Anthony Fauci was accused of lying Sunday after claims he falsely denied knowing the reasons behind President Trumps's decision to cut funding to the Chinese lab accused of releasing COVID-19. TheWhite House's chief medical advisor initially resisted Trump's order to halt taxpayer funding for the Wuhan Institute of Virology in April 2020, according to an upcoming book, before telling a house committee in June that he 'didn't know the reason' behind the then-president's decision. However, Fauci's account is contradicted by 'verbatim' quotes which show he was fully aware Trump took the decision out of concern about the lab's safety record and fears it was the source of the COVID pandemic, included in the new book 'Nightmare Scenario: Inside the Trump Administration's Response to the Pandemic That Changed History' by Washington Post journalists Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta.

Biden orders airstrikes targeting militias in Syria, Iraq

While US borders remain open: Biden orders airstrikes targeting militias in Syria, Iraq | 27 June 2021 | The U.S. military, under the direction of Joe Biden, conducted airstrikes Sunday against what it said were "facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups" near the border between Iraq and Syria. Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby said the militias were using the facilities to launch unmanned aerial vehicle attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq. Kirby said the U.S. military targeted three operational and weapons storage facilities -- two in Syria and one in Iraq.

Vaccinated Israelis may need to quarantine because of 'Delta variant'

Vaccinated Israelis may need to quarantine because of 'Delta variant' | 23 June 2021 | Israel empowered health officials on Wednesday to quarantine anyone deemed to have been exposed to an especially infectious variant of COVID-19, even if they were previously vaccinated or recovered from the disease with presumed immunity. The decision followed a warning by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday over new outbreaks caused by the Delta variant vaccine, with daily infections rising after weeks of low plateau credited to Israel's record mass-vaccination drive. Under the updated Health Ministry directives, vaccinated or formerly infected people can be ordered to self-isolate for up to 14 days if authorities believe they may have been in "close contact with a carrier of a dangerous virus variant".

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