Air Force Boots 40 Unvaccinated Recruits, Trainees, Ahead of Deadline - Report

Air Force Boots 40 Unvaccinated Recruits, Trainees, Ahead of Deadline - Report | 2 Nov 2021 | Some 40 Air Force recruits and trainees have been kicked out of the service for refusing to comply with the Biden regime's COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a spokeswoman confirmed on Monday. Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefanek told Stars and Stripes that the individuals had been handed entry-level discharges, meaning that if they choose to get vaccinated against COVID-19 in the future, they may eventually reenlist. She said approximately 23 of the recruits had been undergoing basic training, and the others were in technical training when they were discharged from the Air Force.

Over 23,000 Registered Voters Revealed to Have Same Phone Number and Over 4,000 With Same Date of Registration Found in Wisconsin County

Over 23,000 Registered Voters Revealed to Have Same Phone Number and Over 4,000 With Same Date of Registration Found in Wisconsin County | 1 Nov 2021 | Wisconsin's Racine County’s GOP has discovered significant evidence of Election Fraud while investigating their voter registration database. The County's Republican Party Committee on Election Fraud has identified great areas of consternation while sifting through the database. Most notably, there are over 23,000 voters who are registered under the exact same phone number, one that the city claimed was used as a "default" number up until 2005. However, according to the official report, the Committee found "over 100 active voters that registered after 2005 including 38 active voters that were registered in 2020 with this same number."

Federal Judge Blocks Hospital From Putting Unvaccinated Workers on Unpaid Leave

Federal Judge Blocks Hospital From Putting Unvaccinated Workers on Unpaid Leave --Liberty Counsel, represents the 14 health care workers | 1 Nov 2021 | A federal judge temporarily blocked an Illinois hospital system from allegedly putting workers with religious exemptions on unpaid leave. In late October, several employees at the Chicago-area NorthShore filed a legal complaint against the company, arguing that the firm's vaccine mandate discriminated against them by forcing them to decide between a vaccine and their jobs... U.S. District Judge John Kness on Friday issued a temporary restraining order against the hospital system.

How Fauci Fooled America

How Fauci Fooled America By Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya | 1 Nov 2021 | (Opinion) When the pandemic hit, America needed someone to turn to for advice. The media and public naturally looked to Dr. Anthony Fauci--the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, an esteemed laboratory immunologist and one of President Donald Trump's chosen COVID advisers. Unfortunately, Dr. Fauci got major epidemiology and public health questions wrong. Reality and scientific studies have now caught up with him. Here are the key issues: Natural immunity. By pushing vaccine mandates, Dr. Fauci ignores naturally acquired immunity among the COVID-recovered, of which there are more than 45 million in the United States. Mounting evidence indicates that natural immunity is stronger and longer lasting than vaccine-induced immunity. In a study from Israel, the vaccinated were 27 times more likely to get symptomatic COVID than the unvaccinated who had recovered from a prior infection...

Lincoln Project Democratic Operatives Busted for White Nationalist Hoax

Lincoln Project Democratic Operatives Busted for White Nationalist Hoax | 30 Oct 2021 | The anti-Trump, pedophile-protecting Lincoln Project was forced to issue an emergency press release Friday afternoon after Democratic operatives they paid to impersonate tiki torch-wielding Trump supporters were doxxed, after they stood in front of Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin's campaign bus. The hoax was spread by several notables, including Terry McAuliffe's spokeswoman, Christina Freundlich. It was also spread by MSM journos [sic].

Nearly Half of the Taliban Government's Leaders Are Designated Terrorists

Nearly Half of the Taliban Government's Leaders Are Designated Terrorists | 13 Oct 2021 | Nearly half of the Taliban government's leaders are on the United Nations' terrorist blacklist, a fact that hasn't slowed U.S. efforts to engage in diplomacy with the anti-Western regime. At least 14 of the 33 ministers the Taliban announced as senior leaders in its newly formed government are designated as terrorists under the U.N. Security Council's 1988 Sanctions Committee. This designation includes Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund and his two top deputies, Mullah Baradar Akhund and Mawlavi Hanafi.

Southwest launches internal investigation into 'Let's go Brandon' incident

Southwest launches internal investigation into 'Let's go Brandon' incident | 31 Oct 2021 | Southwest Airlines will conduct an internal investigation into a pilot who was captured on video saying "Let's Go Brandon" over the flight’s intercom, the airline said in a statement. "Southwest does not condone Employees sharing their personal political opinions while on the job serving our Customers, and one Employee's individual perspective should not be interpreted as the viewpoint of Southwest and its collective 54,000 Employees," the airline said in a statement on Sunday. The phrase is a tongue-in-cheek reference to a "F--k Joe Biden" chant that erupted at a NASCAR race in Talladega earlier this year.

Fully vaccinated White House spokesperson Psaki has COVID-19, last saw Biden on Tuesday

Fully vaccinated White House spokesperson Psaki has COVID-19, last saw Biden on Tuesday | 31 Oct 2021 | White House press secretary Jen Psaki tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, she said in a statement, adding she had last seen Joe Biden on Tuesday. Psaki, 42, who stated she was vaccinated and experiencing mild symptoms, said she and the president sat outside more than 6 feet (1.8 m) apart and wore masks on Tuesday. Biden tested negative for COVID-19 on Saturday, said a person familiar with the matter. Psaki, the main spokesperson for the White House, is the most high-profile person in the Biden administration known to have contracted COVID-19 since he took [literally, *took*] office in January.

U.S. Supreme Court rejects religious challenge to Maine vaccine mandate

U.S. Supreme Court rejects religious challenge to Maine vaccine mandate | 29 Oct 2021 | The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday turned away healthcare workers seeking a religious exemption to Maine's COVID-19 vaccine mandate in the latest battle over vaccination to reach the justices. The court, which has a 6-3 conservative majority, rejected a request made by nine unnamed plaintiffs who identified themselves as healthcare workers who object to receiving the shots on religious grounds. The court previously rejected challenges to vaccine mandates in New York and Indiana, though those cases did not involve religious objections.

Los Angeles Police Union Files Lawsuit Against City Over Vaccination Mandate

Los Angeles Police Union Files Lawsuit Against City Over Vaccination Mandate | 30 Oct 2021 | The vaccination mandate for city employees was negotiated in bad faith, according to a lawsuit filed by the Los Angeles Police Protective League, the rank and file's union. The lawsuit claims the city is inappropriately trying to pass on associated costs to officers. The suit ws filed Friday in California Superior Court. The suit also claims the city withheld information about the contractor it hired to test unvaccinated employees for COVID-19. Currently, city policy requires unvaccinated employees to have twice-weekly COVID-19 testing. The employees must pay for those tests by having $65 deducted from their paychecks per test. Religious and medical exemptions which be reimbursed.

Slew of GOP-Led States Sue Biden Admin Over Covid Vaccine Rule

Slew of GOP-Led States Sue Biden Admin Over Covid Vaccine Rule --Eighteen states with Republican governors and one with a Democratic governor filed suit claiming the president doesn’t have the authority to implement a vaccination mandate for federal contractors | 30 Oct 2021 | At least 19 states -- all but one of which are led by a Republican governor -- have filed suit against the Biden administration’s forthcoming enforcement of a vaccine mandate for federal contractors. The majority of the states brought suits on Friday. here are now at least four pending lawsuits from states opposing the mandate. Texas and Florida have each sued the administration individually, while two groups of states teamed up to file two joint suits. Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming attorneys general filed a suit in a Missouri federal district court Friday, calling the mandate "unconstitutional, unlawful, and unwise."

Iowans who are fired for refusing COVID-19 vaccine will be granted unemployment benefits

Iowans who are fired for refusing COVID-19 vaccine will be granted unemployment benefits | 30 Oct 2021 | Republican Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Friday signed a bill that allows residents to obtain unemployment benefits if they are fired for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine. Reynolds, who has opposed other government vaccine mandates, said in a statement "no Iowan should be forced to lose their job or livelihood over the COVID-19 vaccine," according to The Associated Press. The Iowa legislature passed the bill in a one-day special session Thursday with a 68-27 vote.

100% of Covid-19 vaccine deaths were caused by just 5% of the batches produced, according to official government data

100% of Covid-19 vaccine deaths were caused by just 5% of the batches produced, according to official government data --Pfizer - unusually high AE from lots that went to 13-50 states --'Deadly' lots were distributed widely across the United States whilst other 'benign' lots were sent to just a few locations. [I wonder who got the 'benign' batches?] | 31 Oct 2021 | An investigation of data found in the USA's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has revealed that extremely high numbers of adverse reactions and deaths have been reported against specific lot numbers of the Covid-19 vaccines several times, meaning deadly batches of the experimental injections have now been identified. But what's perhaps more concerning is that the "deadly" lots were distributed widely across the United States whilst other "benign" lots were sent to just a few locations... The reports pulled from the database were ones that had been submitted up to October 15, 2021, and they included all adverse reactions reported against the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA Covid-19 injections, as well as all adverse reactions reported against the influenza vaccines; which were used to generate a control dataset.

Democratic Politicians Profit From Forcing COVID Tests on Cops, Firefighters

Democratic Politicians Profit From Forcing COVID Tests on Cops, Firefighters | 29 Oct 2021 | We are wearily accustomed to political corruption in Los Angeles... Recently came the news that Mark Ridley-Thomas, a career politician currently serving on the L.A. City Council, was indicted for bribery for alleged acts he committed while sitting on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors. One of his council colleagues, Jose Huizar, is already under indictment for bribery... The city has awarded a $3 million contract for COVID-19 testing to a company called Bluestone, which is partly owned by Pedram Salimpour, a Los Angeles doctor. By the most remarkable of coincidences, he also sits on the commission that oversees the city's fire and police pension plan. And, by another of the most unlikely of coincidences, Salimpour is one of those deep-pocket players who donate lavishly to Democratic candidates, including former city councilman Mitch Englander, who earlier this year was sentenced to 14 months in federal prison, and the above-mentioned Mark Ridley-Thomas, who may soon be Englander's cell mate. After entertaining no competing bids, the city council awarded Bluestone the contract for the twice-weekly testing to be required of city employees who decline to be vaccinated. Employees will be dunned $65 per test, or $520 every month, to be extracted from their paychecks. Only tests from Salimpour's company will be accepted, this despite the presence of several lower-cost testing services available in the L.A. area.

Police beef up security at malls, shopping centers outside DC following ISIS threat

Police beef up security at malls, shopping centers outside DC following ISIS threat | 30 Oct 2021 | Northern Virginia authorities were on high alert following an ISIS threat against malls and shopping centers outside the US capital this weekend. Police were stepping up their presence through Halloween into the run-up of Election Day, according to CBS News. "We have increased our police presence throughout the county to include major thoroughfares, transit hubs, shopping plazas and shopping malls," Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis reportedly said Friday. A federal intelligence chief said this week that the terror group is pushing lone wolves to attack targets without support, the article stated.

Youngkin to Newsmax: I Won't Order Vaccine Mandates

Youngkin to Newsmax: I Won't Order Vaccine Mandates | 31 Oct 2021 | While he supports the COVID-19 vaccine and encourages people to be inoculated, Virginia GOP candidate Glenn Youngkin on Newsmax said vaccine mandates will be out of his state if he is elected governor Tuesday night. "...I have encouraged people who can get the vaccine where it's approved to get it, but I will not mandate the vaccine, and I don't think schools should, particularly for young children," Youngkin told "Dick Morris Democracy" this weekend. "I think that's a parent's decision, and I believe in parents' rights fundamental rights to make decisions with regard to their children. And, as governor, I'm going to make sure I'm standing up for parents' rights."

Border crisis hits classrooms as unaccompanied minors flood NY schools

Border crisis hits classrooms as unaccompanied minors flood NY schools | 30 Oct 2021 | The Biden Administration is flooding New York City and Long Island communities with thousands of unaccompanied immigrant minors captured crossing the Mexico-US border, often arriving here, as The Post recently reported, via clandestine flights in the middle of the night... Four counties alone, Suffolk, Queens, Nassau and Brooklyn, took in nearly 5,000 unaccompanied children in just 11 months, from Oct. 1, 2020 to Aug. 31, 2021, according to HHS. With public education in the area costing about $28,000 per child, per year, that's a $139 million hit on New York taxpayers to educate children arriving unexpectedly just in those four counties.

Kamala Harris gets COVID booster shot on the fake White House set

Kamala Harris gets COVID booster shot on the fake White House set | 31 Oct 2021 | Vice President [also fake] Kamala Harris rolled up her sleeve for a third COVID-19 shot Saturday. Harris took a seat on the faux White House set that has earned mockery this month to receive her booster jab from a member of the White House Medical Unit. [With the thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of vaccine injuries, I'm wondering if the the fake VP got a fake booster shot while on the fake White House set?]

Republicans demand answers from Biden Cabinet on reported payments to illegal immigrants: 'Horrific decision'

Republicans demand answers from Biden Cabinet on reported payments to illegal immigrants: 'Horrific decision' | 29 Oct 2021 | Dozens of House Republicans are sending a letter to three of Joe Biden’s Cabinet secretaries regarding reports that their agencies are in talks to give illegal immigrants separated at the border under the previous administration $450,000 each. The Republicans are demanding answers from Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Attorney General Merrick Garland. Forty-five House Republicans, including House Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, GOP Caucus Chair Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York and Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw, have signed onto the letter, which is led by North Carolina Rep. Greg Murphy.

Reported Biden plan to pay illegal immigrants $450K could surpass payments to some 9/11, military families

Reported Biden plan to pay illegal immigrants $450K could surpass payments to some 9/11, military families | 30 Oct 2021 | A reported plan by the Biden administration to pay $450,000 per person to illegal immigrants who had been separated during the Trump administration could exceed the payments given to some families of 9/11 victims and Gold Star families. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services are considering payments of $450,000 to those who crossed the border illegally and were separated from family members... The payments could therefore amount to close to $1 million per family and $1 billion overall, although the Journal said that many families would get smaller payouts.

ADL Writes Letter Begging Fox News to Stop Tucker Carlson's January 6 Documentary Before it Airs

ADL Writes Letter Begging Fox News to Stop Tucker Carlson's January 6 Documentary Before it Airs --ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt is begging for Fox News to stop the release of Tucker Carlson's January 6 exposé | 29 Oct 2021 | Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt is frantically pleading with Fox News to stop the release of Tucker Carlson's upcoming Patriot Purge documentary and hide it from public view. In a letter written to Fox Corporation Executive Chairman and CEO Lachlan Murdoch, Greenblatt called Patriot Purge "dangerous misinformation," and desperately pleaded with Murdoch to "reconsider airing" the program because it has the potential to make people angry with our public officials and elected leaders... The documentary is expected to expose undercover federal involvement in the escalation of the January 6 protests, something that federal officials, aside from a select few elected officials, have been severely reluctant to discuss despite growing evidence indicating otherwise.

Virginia malls and shopping centers increase security amid ISIS threat

Virginia malls and shopping centers increase security amid ISIS threat | 29 Oct 2021 | Police in Northern Virginia are on a heightened state of alert as a new law enforcement alert warned of a potential threat against malls and shopping centers located just outside of Washington, D.C. The threat originated with ISIS and is the basis for the alert, sources told CBS News. "We have increased our police presence throughout the county to include major thoroughfares, transit hubs, shopping plazas and shopping malls," Fairfax County police chief Kevin Davis said Friday. Police said the increased law enforcement presence will be in place through the Halloween weekend and ahead of Virginia's gubernatorial election.

FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11

FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine for children ages 5-11 | 29 Oct 2021 | COVID-19 vaccines for younger children are one step closer to becoming available after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday authorized Pfizer-BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine for emergency use in children ages 5 to 11. A CDC panel is scheduled to meet early next week to recommend how the vaccines should be used. If the panel gives favorable recommendations and CDC Director Rochelle Walensky accepts them, the vaccination campaign would begin. While school is already underway, some of the first children in line could be fully vaccinated in time for Christmas.

Team McAuliffe emails reveal effort to 'kill this' Fox News story

Team McAuliffe emails reveal effort to 'kill this' Fox News story --'Can we try to kill this,' a spokesperson asked | 28 Oct 2021 | Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe's campaign raised eyebrows by spending nearly $60,000 to hire a high-profile attorney known for masterminding election-related legal challenges. When Fox News sent the campaign a request for comment, the McAuliffe campaign scrambled to "kill" the story, according to emails mistakenly sent to Fox News. Less than a month before Election Day, McAuliffe's campaign spent $53,680 on the services of the Elias Law Group, a firm that Marc Elias started earlier this year, Fox News previously reported. When Fox News reached out to the McAuliffe campaign for comment, McAuliffe spokesperson Christina Freundlich responded to the email with a message apparently meant for colleagues, not for Fox News.

Biden approval in NJ drops to 43% ahead of Gov. Murphy fight to keep seat

Biden approval in NJ drops to 43% ahead of Gov. Murphy fight to keep seat | 27 Oct 2021 | The backlash against Joe Biden has spread to solid-blue New Jersey, a new poll finds, where Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy is in a dogfight for reelection. The Monmouth University survey released Wednesday found that just 43 percent of New Jerseyans approve of Biden's performance in the White House -- down from 51 percent in August and 55 percent in May. Nearly half of Garden State residents (49 percent) disapprove of the job Biden is doing, up from 41 percent in August and 40 percent in May. Biden's decline in the Garden State -- which he carried by nearly 16 percentage points in last year's presidential election -- is in line with the national trend. A Quinnipiac University survey released last week found that just 37 percent of Americans approve of the job Biden is doing, down from 46 percent in August and 49 percent in May.

Biden admin says it will not halt firing employees seeking vaccine exemptions before a DC court ruling

Biden admin says it will not halt firing employees seeking vaccine exemptions before a DC court ruling --The attorney for the plaintiffs said the Biden administration has shown 'an unprecedented, cavalier attitude toward the rule of law' | 29 Oct 2021 | A Washington, D.C., district court judge issued a minute order Thursday asking the Biden administration to agree that both civilian and active-duty military plaintiffs will not be terminated while they await a ruling after they sued the administration over religious exemptions to COVID-19 vaccines. "None of the civilian employee plaintiffs will be subject to discipline while his or her request for a religious exception is pending," read a minute order from District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly obtained by Fox News. The Biden regime, which had until noon on Friday to respond, said in a filing that it would not agree to halt the discipline and termination of any employees in the process of seeking a religious exemption to the vaccine pending the court's ruling on the temporary restraining order (TRO) motion.

Adam Kinzinger, outspoken GOP Trump critic, won't seek reelection for US House seat

Adam Kinzinger, outspoken GOP Trump critic, won't seek reelection for US House seat | 29 Oct 2021 | Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a Republican from Illinois who has been a strong critic of former President Donald Trump, announced in a video Friday morning he is not running for reelection. Kinzinger is part of a group of 10 Republicans who voted to impeach Trump during his second impeachment earlier this year and has been a fierce critic of his own party. Trump referenced the political consequences of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach him in a statement reacting to Kinzinger's announcement, writing "2 down 8 to go!" GOP Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio, who also voted to impeach Trump, announced last month his plans to leave Congress.

NYC Could Lose Thirty Percent of Its Police Force, Fire Department Over Vaccine Mandate

NYC Could Lose Thirty Percent of Its Police Force, Fire Department Over Vaccine Mandate | 27 Oct 2021 | New York City may lose up to 30% its police force and fire department after October 29 over a mandate that puts officers and firefighters on unpaid leave if they have not received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine... Quartz estimates that that includes about "6,500 New York Police Department (NYPD) employees--or roughly 30% of the agency's total workforce of 36,000 officers and 19,000 civilians--who have so far refused to get vaccinated." The firefighters union in New York City warned Wednesday that the percentage could be similar for the city’s fire department, 911 dispatchers, and emergency medical technicians.

Sweden halts use of Moderna's COVID vaccine in under 30s

Sweden halts use of Moderna's COVID vaccine in under 30s | 6 Oct 2021 | Sweden's Public Health Agency on Wednesday recommended a temporary halt to the use of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine among young adults, citing concerns over rare [sic] side effects to the heart. It said the pause should initially be in force until December 1, explaining that it had received evidence of an increased risk of side effects such as inflammation of the heart muscle (myocarditis) and inflammation of the pericardium (pericarditis). "The Public Health Agency has decided to pause the use of Moderna's vaccine Spikevax, for everyone born 1991 and after, for cautionary reasons," the agency said in a statement, adding that those groups should instead receive the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine. According to the agency, the risk seemed especially tied to the second dose of the Moderna vaccine and was more prevalent among young men and boys, and in the weeks just following the second jab.

More vaccinated people are dying of COVID-19. Here's what that means

More vaccinated people are dying of COVID-19. Here's what that means [It means they don't work.] | 28 Oct 2021 | Data from several states and the federal government suggests deaths among Americans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 rose sharply amid the nation's most recent surge of infections, but experts say that is not unexpected as more of the population gets immunized [sic]. [Why say "immunized?" If they WERE immunized, they wouldn't be dying from COVID!] Between Oct. 11 and Oct. 18, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's cumulative count for breakthrough deaths jumped by 51% from 7,178 to 10,857. Some conservatives and vaccine skeptics have pointed to the seemingly drastic increase to bolster arguments against mandatory immunization policies. ["Seemingly?" A 51% increase is "seemingly?"] "40% of all covid deaths last week were vaccinated. Stop vaccine mandates & forced masking," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., tweeted in a post Twitter flagged as "misleading." [It "misleads" people to the truth. --MDR]

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