China Health Experts Call for Suspension of COVID Vaccines as Norway Investigates 33 Deaths, Germany Probes 10 Deaths

China Health Experts Call for Suspension of COVID Vaccines as Norway Investigates 33 Deaths, Germany Probes 10 Deaths --Norway upped the number of deaths under investigation, from 23 last week to 33, while in Germany, health officials said they are investigating 10 deaths that occurred among elderly patients who received the COVID vaccine. | 18 Jan 2020 | China health experts say Norway and other countries should suspend the use of mRNA vaccines like those produced by Pfizer and Moderna, especially among the elderly, according to Global Times. Norway health officials said last week they were investigating the deaths of 23 elderly people who died shortly after receiving the vaccine, and had confirmed 13 of those were directly related to the vaccine. Today, Bloomberg reported that the number of deaths under investigation in Norway had risen to 33 and that all had occurred in people ranging from age 75 to 80. According to Bloomberg, Camilla Stoltenberg, head of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, said at a press conference today: "It is important to remember that about 45 people die every day in nursing homes in Norway, so it is not a given that this represents any excess mortality or that there is a causal connection." The Norwegian Medicines Agency previously told Bloomberg that all of the deaths occurred in people who received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which until Friday was the only COVID vaccine approved for use in Norway.

Trump Signs Order Expanding Federal Prosecutors' Ability to Carry a Concealed Firearm

Trump Signs Order Expanding Federal Prosecutors' Ability to Carry a Concealed Firearm | 18 Jan 2021 | President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order aimed at enhancing protections for federal judges, prosecutors, and law enforcement officers. His order directs the federal government to make it easier for law enforcement officers and federal prosecutors to carry a concealed firearm, and urges Congress to pass legislation to extend the right to carry a concealed firearm to federal judges... Trump's order aims to remove "any undue obstacle" that prevents current and retired federal law enforcement officers from carrying a concealed gun under federal law.

FBI vetting 25,000 National Guard troops in DC amid fears of 'insider attack'

FBI vetting 25,000 National Guard troops in DC amid fears of 'insider attack' | 17 Jan 2021 | U.S. defense officials say they are worried about an insider attack or other threat from service members involved in securing President-elect [sic] Joe Biden's inauguration, prompting the FBI to vet all of the 25,000 National Guard troops coming into Washington for the event. The massive undertaking reflects the extraordinary security concerns that have gripped Washington... And it underscores fears that some of the very people assigned to protect the city over the next several days could present a threat to the incoming president and other VIPs in attendance. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told The Associated Press on Sunday that officials are conscious of the potential threat, and he warned commanders to be on the lookout for any problems within their ranks as the inauguration approaches. So far, however, he and other leaders say they have seen no evidence of any threats, and officials said the vetting hadn't flagged any issues of which they were aware.

Former Facebook chief security officer suggests cable providers drop OANN and Newsmax

Former Facebook chief security officer suggests cable providers drop OANN and Newsmax | 17 Jan 2021 | The former chief security officer of Facebook suggested conservative news outlets One America News Network and Newsmax be deplatformed following the siege of the Capitol and the proliferation of "radical views" online. "We have to turn down the capability of these conservative influencers to reach these huge audiences. There are people on YouTube, for example, that have a larger audience than daytime CNN, and they are extremely radical and pushing extremely radical views," Alex Stamos said Sunday on CNN's Reliable Sources. "And, so, it is up to the Facebooks and YouTubes, in particular, to think about whether or not they want to be effectively cable networks for disinformation. And then we're gonna have to figure out the OANN and Newsmax problem that these companies have freedom of speech, but I’m not sure we need Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, and such to be bringing them into tens of millions of homes," he continued. "This is allowing people to seek out information if they really want to but not pushing it into their faces, I think, is where we're going to have to go here," he said.

Melania Trump releases farewell message: 'It has been the greatest honor of my life'

Melania Trump releases farewell message: 'It has been the greatest honor of my life' | 18 Jan 2021 | Outgoing first lady Melania Trump reflected on her four years in the White House during a farewell address to the American people on Monday. In a nearly seven-minute-long video message, Trump thanked military service members, law enforcement workers, caregivers and others who have inspired her since she entered the White House in 2017. She highlighted her work, including her leading role in the "Be Best" campaign, which sought to address cyberbullying, opioid abuse and other challenges facing America's children. "It has been the greatest honor of my life to serve as first lady of the United States," Trump said in the video message. "I have been inspired by incredible Americans across our country who lift up our communities through their kindness and courage, goodness and grace."

Trump supporters in National Guard might 'do something' to Biden, Democratic congressman says

Trump supporters in National Guard might 'do something' to Biden, Democratic congressman says | 18 Jan 2021 | Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tenn., ominously suggested Monday that Donald Trump supporters within the National Guard charged with helping protect Joe Biden "might want to do something" to the president-elect. In an unprecedented show of security force, 25,000 National Guard troops have been deployed to Washington, D.C., to protect Biden's inauguration this week. The city is on edge after a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, which disrupted the certification of Biden's [alleged] Electoral College victory and resulted in several deaths. The FBI is vetting Guard service members charged with protecting the Capitol this week. Cohen told CNN he had been reminded that former India Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her own bodyguards and said any Trump supporters within National Guard units were suspicious.

U.S. B-52 Bombers Fly Over Middle East in Show of Force

U.S. B-52 Bombers Fly Over Middle East in Show of Force | 18 Jan 2021 | B-52H Stratofortress bombers flew over the Middle East on Sunday in the midst of tensions with Iran, according to U.S. officials. U.S. Central Command wrote that B-52H crews have conducted their "second Middle East presence patrol of 2021 as key part of CENTCOM's defensive posture." The agency, which oversees military operations in the Middle East, included photos of the nuclear-capable bombers flying over the region. It is the fifth time that U.S. Air Force planes have been flown over the Middle East in recent months, according to Central Command.

Biden Transition Team: National Guard Members Might Kill Biden During Inauguration, So They've Asked Commanders to Seize All Ammo and Magazines From the Soldiers

Biden Transition Team: National Guard Members Might Kill Biden During Inauguration, So They've Asked Commanders to Seize All Ammo and Magazines From the Soldiers | 18 Jan 2021 | From @amuse on Twitter (a "verified" account): "Biden's transition team has revealed there is a very real fear that members of the national guard [sic] who support President Trump might kill Biden during the inauguration so they've asked commanders to confiscate all ammo and magazines from the soldiers. Biden's transition team asked if it would be possible to determine which soldiers voted in GOP primaries or who have contributed to GOP candidates so commanders could station them away from the president-elect. The request was refused fueling their fear of attack. When I was in the Marines we were called to LA for the riots. We couldn't carry ammo. All we had were empty M16-A2s and our humvees [sic]. Biden's fears started with his Secret Service detail, he had every agent on the White House detailed demoted as he worried about their loyalty to Trump. Democrats think that anyone who supports Trump is a very real threat."

U.S. Completes Troop Withdrawal from Somalia

U.S. Completes Troop Withdrawal from Somalia | 18 Jan 2021 | U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) announced on Sunday that the United States has effectively completed "repositioning" troops from Somalia in accordance with a directive issued by President Donald Trump in December. According to an AFRICOM spokesman, only a "very limited" U.S. military presence remains in Somalia. In early December, President Trump ordered the withdrawal of nearly all American troops from Somalia by January 15. The Pentagon said much of the U.S. presence would be redeployed to neighboring countries and would still be capable of conducting cross-border operations into Somalia as needed.

2,000 National Guard Troops in DC Sworn in as Special Deputy US Marshals

2,000 National Guard Troops in DC Sworn in as Special Deputy US Marshals | 18 Jan 2021 | The U.S. Marshals said that about 2,000 National Guard troops were sworn in as U.S. Marshals before Inauguration Day.Chief Lamont Ruffin from D.C. District Court swore in the 2,000 National Guard troops as special deputy U.S. Marshals prior to the upcoming presidential inauguration, according to the federal law enforcement agency's Twitter page. The "deputation gives the guardsmen temporary, limited, law enforcement authority pertaining specifically to the safety and protection of the inauguration and related events," said the U.S. Marshals in a caption on its Flickr page, showing the Guard troops being deputized at night.

California Health Officials Call for Pause on Moderna Vaccine Batch Due to Reports of Allergic Reactions

California Health Officials Call for Pause on Moderna Vaccine Batch Due to Reports of Allergic Reactions | 18 Jan 2021 | California health officials are calling for a pause on the use of a huge batch of Moderna's COVID vaccine, due to its "higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions." California's top epidemiologist Dr. Erica S. Pan issued a statement Sunday evening recommending providers pause the administration of lot '041L20A' of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine due to possible allergic reactions that are under investigation. "A higher-than-usual number of possible allergic reactions were reported with a specific lot of Moderna vaccine administered at one community vaccination clinic. Fewer than 10 individuals required medical attention over the span of 24 hours," Dr. Pan said.

US Capitol partly evacuated, locked down over nearby fire

US Capitol partly evacuated, locked down over nearby fire | 18 Jan 2021 | A rehearsal for President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration was disrupted Monday -- and the US Capitol was temporarily locked down -- when smoke from a fire at a nearby homeless encampment raised tensions simmering since the Jan. 6 riot by supporters of outgoing President Trump. Security officials yelled, "This is not a drill!," while directing people to a secure location inside the building, participants in the rehearsal told The Associated Press. Staffers inside were also ordered to "stay away from exterior windows," according to local ABC News affiliate WJLA and multiple other sources.

Oregon Considering Bill for Emergency Seizure of Private Property

Oregon Considering Bill for Emergency Seizure of Private Property | 17 Jan 2021 | The Oregon State Legislature is currently considering a bill which would allow for the governor to seize, use, or possess any private property during a state of emergency. HB-2238 is supposedly meant to clarify the "Governor's authority to use property during an emergency." There are already provisions in place to allow for limited use of private property by the state government, but this bill seeks to drastically expand these. As proposed in HB-2238:

"Whenever the Governor has declared a state of emergency, the Governor may issue, amend and enforce rules and orders to:
1) Control, restrict and regulate by rationing, freezing, use of quotas, prohibitions on shipments, price fixing, allocation or other means, the use, sale or distribution of food, feed, fuel, clothing and other commodities, materials, goods and services;
2) Prescribe and direct activities in connection with use, conservation, salvage and prevention of waste of materials, services and facilities, including, but not limited to, production, transportation, power and communication facilities training, and supply of labor, utilization of industrial plants, health and medical care, nutrition, housing, rehabilitation, education, welfare, child care, recreation, consumer protection and other essential civil needs; and
3) Take any other action, including through the seizure, use or possession of any real or personal property…" Governor Kate Brown (D) ... has recently extended the state of emergency again, through March of 2021.

Stopping Every Car Trying to Leave DC

Stopping Every Car Trying to Leave DC | 17 Jan 2021 | They are stopping every car trying to get out of city on 23rd Street - asking for ID. (video)

Twitter bans Trump, but left-wing activist charged in Capitol riot still active on platform

Twitter bans Trump, but left-wing activist charged in Capitol riot still active on platform --He reportedly told Capitol rioters, 'You guys are f------ savage. Let's go!' | 17 Jan 2021 | A left-wing activist charged for his alleged participation in the Capitol Hill riot maintains control of his Twitter and YouTube accounts, Fox News has learned. John Sullivan, 26, recorded an up-close video of a woman's fatal shooting during the Jan. 6 Capitol siege and can allegedly be heard egging on protesters in a video he shared on his YouTube and Twitter accounts under the pseudonym Jayden X. Sullivan is accused of taking part and encouraging rioters as they swept through the building. He allegedly wore a gas mask and had a knife at the time of the siege, court papers show. He can be heard telling rioters that "We got to get this s--- burned," and "it's our house m------------," according to an affidavit signed by FBI Special Agent Matthew Foulger.

New York Supreme Court Judge Saves 80-Year-Old Patient from Death by Ordering Hospital to Give Life-Saving Ivermectin

New York Supreme Court Judge Saves 80-Year-Old Patient from Death by Ordering Hospital to Give Life-Saving Ivermectin | 15 Jan 2021 | The Buffalo News is reporting a story out of New York State where family members of an 80-year-old woman, Judith Smentkiewicz, did their own research after their mother was diagnosed with COVID and put on a ventilator, where she was only given a 20% chance to live. They read about Ivermectin and convinced one of the doctors in the ICU of Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital to let her try it. However, she was soon transferred to a different section of the hospital away from the ICU, and the doctors there refused to allow her to continue taking Ivermectin. Amazingly, the hospital did not back down even when faced with a fight in court. They defended their right to deny this woman life-saving medication so they could effectively kill her. Fortunately, the Judge wasn't persuaded, and basically saved this woman's life.

On Jan. 8, Nowak ordered the hospital to "immediately administer the drug Ivermectin" to Smentkiewicz, court papers show.

"But the judge also told us verbally that Judith's family doctor would have to write a prescription for Ivermectin, which he did," Lorigo said. "In 46 years as an attorney, I've never seen another case where a family had to get a court order to continue a treatment that had already been started by a hospital."

"This lady was on a ventilator, literally on her deathbed, before she was given this drug," Lorigo told The Buffalo News about Smentkiewicz, a Cheektowaga resident. "As far as we're concerned, the judge's order saved this woman's life."

Bill Gates Is Now America's Biggest Owner of Farmland - Report

Bill Gates Is Now America's Biggest Owner of Farmland - Report | 15 Jan 2021 | Bill Gates, [bioterrorist,] Microsoft co-founder and the fourth most wealthy person in the world, has acquired more than 242,000 acres of farmland across the United States, making him the top private farmland owner in the country. The Land Report, a magazine provided by the Realtors Land Institute, said that based on its research, Bill and Melinda Gates obtained “an estimated 242,000 acres of farmland” overall. That farmland portfolio stretches across 18 states, according to the report. The Gates' largest holdings are in Louisiana with about 69,000 acres, Arkansas with about 47,000 acres, Nebraska with about 20,000 acres, and more, according to The Land Report. "It is not entirely clear how Gates' farmland is being used, or whether any of the land is being set aside for conservation," Forbes noted.

Democrats Drafting Bill to Prevent Anything Being Named After President Trump

Democrats Drafting Bill to Prevent Anything Being Named After President Trump | 14 Jan 2021 | As Democratic lawmakers celebrate their vote to impeach President Trump a second time, several of those lawmakers are attempting to take things one step further. Representatives Linda Sanchez (D-CA) and Joaquin Castro (D-TX) are working on a bill that would prevent the naming of anything -- including schools, highways, or federal buildings -- after the 45th President... "I am working on a bill that would mean that nothing-not even a bench, no airport, no highway, no school-nothing-ever bear the name of this traitor."

13 Israelis suffer facial paralysis after coronavirus vaccine - report

13 Israelis suffer facial paralysis after coronavirus vaccine - report --Doctors in the health system estimate that in practice the number of cases is higher. | 16 Jan 2021 | Some 13 people have experienced mild facial paralysis as a side effect after taking the COVID-19 vaccine, the Health Ministry reported, and estimates are that the number of cases could be higher. Health officials have raised questions about whether or not to administer the second dose to these individuals, but the Health Ministry is recommending that the second dose be given... "I recently came across, for example, someone vaccinated who was dealing with paralysis, and decided not to give her a second dose," Prof. Galia Rahav, director of the Infectious Diseases Unit at Sheba Medical Center told Ynet. "It is true that it can be given according to the Health Ministry, but I did not feel comfortable with it."

Kansas nurses refuse to give COVID-19 vaccines over safety concerns

Kansas nurses refuse to give COVID-19 vaccines over safety concerns --The county will hire at least one outside nurse, who will be paid with COVID-19 funds. | 16 Jan 2021 | Coffee County in Kansas has roughly 8,500 residents, but they won't be getting their COVID-19 shots from the county health department's four nurses. Department chief Lindsay Payer and her staffers have opted out of giving the injections because they have doubts about the safety of the Moderna vaccine, which the county is offering, local TV station WIBW reported "It's a new technology. We've never seen it before. It was only studied in 45 people before it was approved, and the companies that have made the vaccine they don’t have to...all liability is gone from them. So, if there's anything bad about the vaccine it doesn't go back to them. That's widely known, and it’s somewhat discomforting to a nurse who has to put that in people's bodies," Payer said.

55 People Died in US After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines - Reporting System

55 People Died in US After Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines - Reporting System --In some cases, patients died within days of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. | 16 Jan 2021 | Fifty-five people in the United States have died after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, according to reports submitted to a federal system. Deaths have occurred among people receiving both the Moderna and the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines, according to the reports. The reporting system, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), is a federal database. The system is passive, meaning reports aren't automatically collected and must be filed. VAERS reports can be filed by anyone, including health care providers, patients, or family members.

UK Police Chief: 'Now Is Really Not the Time' for Freedom of Speech, Right to Assembly

UK Police Chief: 'Now Is Really Not the Time' for Freedom of Speech, Right to Assembly | 16 Jan 2021 | The chief constable of Dorset Police has urged lockdown protesters to accept that "now is really not the time" for freedom of speech and the right to assembly. Chief Constable James Vaughan was speaking after the controversial arrest of two women for, seemingly, being recorded leaving home more than once and "sitting on a bench," in an incident the police now allege was "stage-managed" by lockdown protesters, as one of the women is a Covid sceptic -- although she denies any pre-planning. "We appealed to them [the protesters] last weekend to say: 'Look guys, we respect your right to freedom of speech and right to assembly but now is really not the time, it is too dangerous. Please don't come, we have got other things we need to do,'" said the chief constable in comments to The Telegraph.

John Weaver, Lincoln Project co-founder and advisor to John McCain, acknowledges 'inappropriate' messages

John Weaver, Lincoln Project co-founder and advisor to John McCain, acknowledges 'inappropriate' messages | 15 Jan 2021 | John Weaver, a veteran Republican operative who co-founded the Lincoln Project, declared in a statement to Axios on Friday that he sent "inappropriate," sexually charged messages to multiple men. During the past week, several men have alleged on social media that Weaver sent them unsolicited and sexually suggestive messages, sometimes coupled with offers of employment or political advancement. Last summer, the political strategist and media adviser took a medical leave of absence from the Lincoln Project, a high-dollar anti-Trump super PAC. He told Axios he will not be returning to the group. Before the Lincoln Project, Weaver was a top adviser to leading Republicans including John McCain and John Kasich. Amid Donald Trump’s political ascendance, he became one of the most prominent members of the "Never Trump" movement.

U.S. Capitol Police arrest man with unregistered Glock, 509 rounds of ammunition in Washington

U.S. Capitol Police arrest man with unregistered Glock, 509 rounds of ammunition in Washington --Capitol police on high alert ahead of Biden's inauguration | 16 Jan 2021 | Wesley Allen Beeler was arrested around 6:30 p.m. at the intersection of E Street NE and 12th Street NE, which is about a mile from the U.S. Capitol. He had an unregistered Glock 17 handgun, 509 rounds of 9MM ammunition, a 17-round Glock magazine, and 21 shotgun shells, according to a police report. Beeler also had fake inaugural credentials, CNN reports. He was charged with possession of an unregistered firearm, possession of unregistered ammunition, possession of a large-capacity magazine and other crimes.

Parler CEO John Matze, Family Forced Into Hiding Due to Death Threats, Security Breaches - Filing

Parler CEO John Matze, Family Forced Into Hiding Due to Death Threats, Security Breaches - Filing | 16 Jan 2021 | Parler's CEO has gone into hiding with his family after receiving death threats, according to a new court filing. CEO John Matze "has had to leave his home and go into hiding with his family after receiving death threats and invasive personal security breaches," the filing in Parler v. Amazon states. Parler sued Amazon Web Services (AWS) after the company refused to continue working with the social media company. Parler went offline on Monday as a result and continues to be offline. Amazon asked the court on Tuesday to redact names, job titles, and descriptions from court documents.

Biden Inaugural Like Baghdad: Green Zone, Red Zone, Military Checkpoints to Enter and Leave Downtown D.C., Bridges Into City to Be Closed

Biden Inaugural Like Baghdad: Green Zone, Red Zone, Military Checkpoints to Enter and Leave Downtown D.C., Bridges Into City to Be Closed | 16 Jan 2021 | In the days leading up to the Biden inaugural, the nation’s capital has been turned into an occupied military zone like Baghdad. Armed troops authorized to use lethal force are manning checkpoints to enter and leave downtown Washington, D.C., Green Zone and Red Zone perimeters have been established. Several bridges into the city from neighboring Virginia are scheduled to be closed next week for the inaugural.

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov: You Do Not Have the Right to Say Election Was Rigged, 'Not Protected Free Speech'

Pennsylvania Lt. Gov: You Do Not Have the Right to Say Election Was Rigged, 'Not Protected Free Speech' | 16 Jan 2021 | Pennsylvania Lt. Governor John Fetterman (D) on Friday said President Trump does not have the right to say the election was stolen. According to Fetterman, saying the election was stolen or rigged is not protected under the 1st Amendment. "This idea that saying that Pennsylvania was 'rigged' or that we were 'trying to steal the election' -- that's a lie. And you do not have the right, that is not protected speech," Fetterman said... Fetterman this week announced a possible US Senate run, KDKA reported.

Antifa Supporter Who Called for Killing Trump Supporters Is Arrested, Claims He's Connected to Soros

Antifa Supporter Who Called for Killing Trump Supporters Is Arrested, Claims He's Connected to Soros | 16 Jan 2021 | On Friday, Antifa supporter Daniel Alan Baker was arrested for plotting to kill Trump supporters as well as police on Inauguration day. According to the US Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Florida, Baker was arrested on a federal charge for the "transmission of a threat to kidnap or injure." Baker shared links online for his "Call to Arms." Meaww.com reported: "Baker issued a call to arms for like-minded individuals to violently confront protesters gathered at the Florida Capitol this Sunday, January 17. He specifically called for others to join him in encircling any protesters and confining them at the Capitol complex using firearms," said federal prosecutors. The article further revealed that Baker had taken to his YouTube channel to post a video of him printing out fliers that read "CALL TO ARMS JANUARY 20TH!" ...According to the criminal complaint, Baker himself stated that he received money from George Soros and would be giving cash rewards to people who provide information against Trump supporters in a video that was posted to Youtube.

Guatemala detains hundreds of migrants at border as U.S.-bound caravan grows

Guatemala detains hundreds of migrants at border as U.S.-bound caravan grows --The Red Cross estimates that up to 4,000 people could join the caravan | 15 Jan 2021 | The Guatemalan military has detained hundreds of migrants at its border as thousands of Hondurans, including many families with young children, continued to walk north on Friday as part of a caravan hoping to reach the United States. The Guatemalan military detained 600 migrants at the border crossing point in Corinto and transferred them to immigration authorities on Friday, according to military spokesman Ruben Tellez. Separately, Guatemalan authorities returned 102 Honduran migrants back to Honduras on Thursday, after the first groups in the caravan set off from San Pedro Sula.

House impeaches Trump for 'incitement of insurrection'

House impeaches Trump for 'incitement of insurrection' | 13 Jan 2021 | The House voted Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump for a second time in a swift and bipartisan condemnation of the President's [alleged] role inciting last week's riot at the US Capitol. The House voted 232 to 197 to impeach Trump exactly one week after rioters forced lawmakers to flee from the very chamber in which they cast ballots in the fourth presidential impeachment in US history -- and the first time a President has been impeached twice. Ten Republicans, including the House's No. 3 Republican, [deep-state troll] Liz Cheney of Wyoming, joined all Democrats to impeach Trump for "incitement of insurrection."

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