'Nike Is a Brand That Is of China and for China' Says the Company's CEO

'Nike Is a Brand That Is of China and for China' Says the Company's CEO | 27 June 2021 | Nike has recently been under fire over concerns of forced labor in communist China. The CEO of Nike said that the corporation is a "brand of China" earlier this week, amid recent allegations of the company being implicated with human rights violations conducted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). John Donahoe, the new Nike CEO, while speaking to Wall Street analysts, said that "Nike is a brand that is of China and for China" when responding to a question about competition from Chinese companies during a fourth-quarter earnings meeting, BBC reported. "We've always taken a long term view. We've been in China for over 40 years," Donahoe said, expressing his optimism that the brand will continue to grow quickly in the world's most populous nation.

Fired Winnipeg lab scientist listed as co-inventor on two Chinese government patents

Fired Winnipeg lab scientist listed as co-inventor on two Chinese government patents --The federal Public Servants Inventions Act says a government employee cannot file a patent outside the country without the minister's permission | 13 June 2021 | The high-profile scientist who was fired from Canada's top infectious disease lab collaborated with Chinese government scientists on inventions registered in Beijing, but closely related to her federal job, intellectual property documents indicate. Xiangguo Qiu, who's also under investigation by the RCMP, is listed as an inventor on two patents filed by official agencies in China in recent years. Qiu was a long-time federal civil servant when the patents were registered in 2017 and 2019 for innovations related to the Ebola and Marburg viruses, key focuses of her work at Winnipeg's National Microbiology Laboratory. Qiu's ouster from the lab remains cloaked in mystery and has been the subject of ongoing debate in Parliament, as opposition parties try, largely in vain, to obtain information on why she and husband Keding Cheng -- another scientist at the lab -- were let go. Qiu had extensive dealings with China and Chinese scientists in recent years, including repeated trips to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, a "level-four" disease lab like Winnipeg's.

Derek Chauvin sentencing: Ex-Minneapolis cop sentenced to 22.5 years in prison in murder of George Floyd

Derek Chauvin sentencing: Ex-Minneapolis cop sentenced to 22.5 years in prison in murder of George Floyd | 25 June 2021 | Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin received a 270-month prison sentence Friday for second-degree unintentional murder in the death of George Floyd last spring. Minnesota District Court Judge Peter Cahill said a 22-page sentencing memorandum would explain his reasoning on the sentence in greater detail... The judge had been expected to hand down a sentence of between 20 and 25 years, the maximum sentence being 40 years and the average for similar crimes at around 12.5 years.

Google, USAID Funded Wuhan Collaborator Peter Daszak's Virus Experiments for Over a Decade

Google, USAID Funded Wuhan Collaborator Peter Daszak's Virus Experiments for Over a Decade | 19 June 2021 | Google funded research conducted by Peter Daszak's EcoHealth Alliance -- a controversial group which has openly collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on "killer" bat coronavirus research -- for over a decade, The National Pulse can reveal. The unearthed financial ties between EcoHealth Alliance and Google follow months of big tech censorship of stories and individuals in support of the COVID-19 "lab leak" theory... EcoHealth Alliance also funneled hundreds of thousands of U.S. taxpayer dollars from Dr. Anthony Fauci's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to its research partner, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, to conduct studies on "killer" bat coronaviruses. And Google.org, the charity arm of the tech behemoth, has also been funding studies carried out by EcoHealth alliance researchers including Peter Daszak since at least 2010... And a 2015 paper focusing on herpes, which lists EcoHealth's Daszak and Epstein as authors, reveals it was "supported by funding from the US Agency for International Development's Emerging Pandemic Threats: PREDICT program, the Skoll Foundation, and Google.org."

Condo collapse live updates: Death toll now at 4 and 159 missing, Miami-Dade mayor says

Condo collapse live updates: Death toll now at 4 and 159 missing, Miami-Dade mayor says | 25 June 2021 | Rescue crews are continuing to search through the rubble for survivors after a 12-story oceanfront condo tower partially collapsed in Surfside, just north of Miami Beach. The portion of Champlain Towers South that crumbled faces the ocean. People who have loved ones at the condo, unaccounted for or safe, should call 305-614-1819 to notify officials. Anyone who lives at the Champlain Towers and is safe is asked to complete a Wellness Check form to help the Miami-Dade County keep track of tenants.

Biden Reminds Gun Owners the Government Has Nuclear Weapons

Biden Reminds Gun Owners the Government Has Nuclear Weapons --Biden: "You'll need F-15s and nuclear weapons to take on the government." | 23 June 2021 | Speaking from the East Room of the White House Wednesday afternoon, President Joe Biden re-introduced his extreme gun control agenda, advocating for a ban on modern sporting rifles and reminding lawful gun owners that the federal government has nuclear weapons. "Those who say the blood of Patriots, you know, and all the stuff about how we’re gonna have to move against the government," Biden said. "If you think you need to have weapons to take on the government, you need F-15s and maybe some nuclear weapons." Biden also falsely stated that the Clinton era ban on modern sporting rifles, better known as the assault weapons ban, reduced crime.

Did Joe inadvertently pay for Hunter Biden's wild night at Chateau Marmont?

Did Joe inadvertently pay for Hunter Biden's wild night at Chateau Marmont? (Opinion) By Miranda Devine | 22 June 2021 | It's May 2018, and Robert Hunter Biden is trawling through his favorite Los Angeles escort sites. He orders “Yanna,” a 24-year-old Russian native from Emerald Fantasy Girls. “Russian, Green Eyes, Thin Brunette, an elite courtesan” is Yanna’s pitch, along with a menu of sex acts. “Hi, My name is Rob. I’m staying at Chateau Marmont. Are you available now?” Yanna goes to the cottage. He smokes crack, they drink vodka, have sex, make porn. He balances a line of M&Ms on his erect penis and takes photographs of it. All of these messages, all of these pictures, are saved on Hunter Biden’s laptop, which he treats like a diary, storing every email and text conversation, his financial records, and his copious selfies. A year later, Hunter will forget the laptop at a Delaware repair shop, and it will end up in the hands of the FBI -- and The Post.

Oxford University explores anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as COVID-19 treatment

Oxford University explores anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as COVID-19 treatment | 23 June 2021 | The University of Oxford said on Wednesday it was testing anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as a possible treatment for COVID-19, as part of a British government-backed study that aims to aid recoveries in non-hospital settings. Ivermectin resulted in a reduction of virus replication in laboratory studies, the university said, adding that a small pilot showed giving the drug early could reduce viral load and the duration of symptoms in some patients with mild COVID-19. Dubbed PRINCIPLE, the British study in January showed that antibiotics azithromycin and doxycycline were generally ineffective against early-stage COVID-19. While the World Health Organization, and European and U.S. regulators have recommended against using ivermectin in COVID-19 patients [so Big Pharma could make a killing on the killing w. Fauci's mRNA experimental injections], it is being used to treat the illness in some countries, including India.

Search continues into the night with almost 100 people unaccounted for in deadly Florida building collapse

Search continues into the night with almost 100 people unaccounted for in deadly Florida building collapse | 24 June 2021 | An intense search and rescue effort will continue through the night after part of a 12-story residential building collapsed early Thursday in the South Florida town of Surfside, killing at least one and leaving almost 100 people unaccounted for. About 55 of the 136 units at Champlain Towers South collapsed around 1:30 a.m., officials said, leaving huge piles of rubble and materials dangling from what remained of the structure in the beachfront community a few miles north of Miami Beach. At least 99 people were unaccounted for as of Thursday afternoon, according to Miami-Dade Police spokesperson Alvaro Zabaleta.

Miami highway sign hacked to read 'Arrest Fauci,' 'Vaccines Kill'

Miami highway sign hacked to read 'Arrest Fauci,' 'Vaccines Kill' | 23 June 221 | A hacker in Florida reprogrammed a digital highway sign to share COVID-19 theories and a plea to can the nation's top infectious disease expert [sic]. A sign on State Road 836 in Miami read "Arrest Fauci," "COVID-19 was a hoax" and "vaccines kill," on Tuesday morning, according to NBC 6 South Florida. [Regrettably,] Officials had turned off the messages by mid-morning, according to the outlet.

Rudy Giuliani Suspended From Practicing Law in New York State - for 'False and Misleading' Statements of 'Widespread Fraud' in 2020 Election

Rudy Giuliani Suspended From Practicing Law in New York State - for 'False and Misleading' Statements of 'Widespread Fraud' in 2020 Election | 24 June 2021 | Former New York City Mayor and Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani was suspended from practicing law in the state of New York on Friday. The Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court said it was "immediately suspending" Giuliani's license. From the [insane] court document: Rudy made "false and misleading statements" defending President Trump after the 2020 election to "improperly bolster respondent's narrative that due to widespread voter fraud."

Fauci fought Trump order to cancel research grant linked to Wuhan lab

Fauci fought Trump order to cancel research grant linked to Wuhan lab | 24 June 2021 | Dr. Anthony Fauci fought orders from the Trump administration to revoke a research grant to a nonprofit linked to the Wuhan Institute of Virology -- only to "reluctantly agree" after it was implied that his job might be on the line, according to a new book. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director and his colleagues grappled with how to respond to the request in April 2020 to withhold the remaining $369,819 balance for nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance's project studying coronaviruses, according to the forthcoming book, "Nightmare Scenario: Inside the Trump Administration's Response to the Pandemic That Changed History." "On the afternoon of April 24, [National Institutes of Health] director Francis Collins and Fauci received notice that Trump wanted to formally announce in a 5:00 p.m. press conference that the grant had been terminated," the authors, Washington Post reporters Yasmeen Abutaleb and Damian Paletta, wrote in an excerpt obtained by Fox News.

BBC journalist on British ship HMS Defender says vessel made 'deliberate' move in passing through Russian waters 'to make a point'

BBC journalist on British ship HMS Defender says vessel made 'deliberate' move in passing through Russian waters 'to make a point' | 23 June 2021 | A BBC journalist on board the British ship HMS Defender has revealed that the destroyer made a "deliberate" move in passing through Russian territorial waters "to make a point," despite receiving warnings from the coast guard. The state broadcaster's defense correspondent, Jonathan Beale, also noted that the ship’s crew heard shots, but they were believed to be "out of range." In an audio report, Beale revealed that the ship purposely moved into the waters near Crimea, within 12 miles (19km) of the coast, through what the British called a "recognised international shipping lane." The transit through Russian waters took over an hour, the correspondent said.

Biden, bipartisan senators reach deal on infrastructure compromise

Biden, bipartisan senators reach deal on infrastructure compromise --Biden backed the $953B infrastructure proposal | 24 June 2021 | Joe Biden on Thursday announced the White House had struck an infrastructure deal with a bipartisan group of senators after weeks of painstaking, back-and-forth negotiations on a plan to improve the nation's crumbling roads and bridges. His announcement followed an Oval Office meeting with a bipartisan group of senators, who were pitching a breakthrough pared-down agreement worth about $953 billion reached the night before. Their proposed framework includes about $559 billion in new spending that will be invested in roads, broadband internet, electric utilities and other traditional infrastructure projects.

Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised?

Are Covid Vaccines Riskier Than Advertised? There are concerning trends on blood clots and low platelets, not that the authorities will tell you. (Opinion) By Joseph A. Ladapo and Harvey A. Risch | 22 June 2021 | One remarkable aspect of the Covid-19 pandemic has been how often unpopular scientific ideas, from the lab-leak theory to the efficacy of masks, were initially dismissed, even ridiculed, only to resurface later in mainstream thinking... Some scientists have raised concerns that the safety risks of Covid-19 vaccines have been underestimated. But the politics of vaccination has relegated their concerns to the outskirts of scientific thinking--for now... The implication is that the risks of a Covid-19 vaccine may outweigh the benefits for certain low-risk populations, such as children, young adults and people who have recovered from Covid-19... And while you would never know it from listening to public-health officials, not a single published study has demonstrated that patients with a prior infection benefit from Covid-19 vaccination. That this isn't readily acknowledged by the CDC or Anthony Fauci is an indication of how deeply entangled pandemic politics is in science.

CDC Finds More Cases of Heart Inflammation Than Expected in Vaccinated Young Males

CDC Finds More Cases of Heart Inflammation Than Expected in Vaccinated Young Males | 23 June 2021 | More than 1,200 cases of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults following Pfizer's or Moderna's COVID vaccine have been reported to health authorities in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on June 23. The bulk of the reports submitted to the  Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, a passive reporting system run by two top health agencies, dealt with myocarditis or pericarditis experienced after a second dose of a messenger RNA-based COVID-19 vaccine. Of the 1,226 reports of post-vaccination heart inflammation -- a jump from under 800 -- 827 were for myocarditis or pericarditis after dose two... Of the 323 cases meeting the CDC's case definition, 309 were hospitalized. Nine are still hospitalized. The case rate based on reports to the reporting system is higher than expected in young males.

12 Countries Using EU's Digital COVID Certificate, 16 More Ready to Go

12 Countries Using EU's Digital COVID Certificate, 16 More Ready to Go | 14 June 2021 | The European Union (E.U.) is actually ahead of schedule in getting its Digital COVID Certificate (a.k.a. 'Digital Green Pass') fully rolled out and running smoothly for the summer season. Twelve E.U. member countries have already begun using the system, which went live late last month, while another 16 have completed testing and are ready to implement it at any time. The European Parliament has marked July 1 as the date upon which the certificate will need to be made available for travelers’ use in all member countries.

Gavin Newsom recall becomes official; over 1.7M signatures against California Dem governor verified

Gavin Newsom recall becomes official; over 1.7M signatures against California Dem governor verified --The California Secretary of State's Office confirmed the recall Wednesday evening | 23 June 2021 | California’s effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom has succeeded in forcing a new election within 90 days following the validation of more than 1.5 million signatures, according to state officials. The California Secretary of State's Office confirmed the move Wednesday evening. The recall petition garnered over 1.7 million signatures, of which only 43 were withdrawn, leaving the effort well above the 1.5 million threshold.

Rasmussen: Majority of American Voters Support Full Forensic Audits of Election Results

Rasmussen: Majority of American Voters Support Full Forensic Audits of Election Results | 23 June 2021 According to Rasmussen Polling, 55% of American voters support full forensic audits of the election results. And, according to the War Room, 41% of American people do not think Joe Biden is the legitimate president.

Matt Gaetz Calls for Evidence of Twitter Collusion to be Released

Matt Gaetz Calls for Evidence of Twitter Collusion to be Released | 22 June 2021 | After years of pursuing big tech and the recent Twitter ban of former President Trump (R), Florida Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) is calling for evidence of Twitter collusion with California politicians to be released. Rep. Gaetz issued a letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey calling on the platform to release all documents and communications showing censorship of political tweets at the behest of California Democrats. The letter comes as conservative influencer Rogan O'Handley's lawsuit against former California Secretary of State and current U.S. Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA) exposed collusion between Twitter and politicians in California. This week, Congressman Gaetz has sent letters to the FBI demanding briefings on the Wuhan Lab investigation and the FBI's involvement in the January 6th riots.

Antivirus software pioneer John McAfee dies by 'suicide' in prison - report

Antivirus software pioneer John McAfee dies by 'suicide' in prison - report | 23 June 2021 | Eccentric tech entrepreneur [aka anti-deep state critic] John McAfee [allegedly] died by suicide in a Spanish jail cell Wednesday evening -- hours after reports surfaced that he would be extradited to face federal charges in the US, according to local media.McAfee, the founder of a antivirus software company, was arrested in October of last year and awaiting extradition when he was found dead, police sources told the newspaper El Pais.

Virginia's Loudoun County School Board silences public comment after raucous meeting, 2 men arrested

Virginia's Loudoun County School Board silences public comment after raucous meeting, 2 men arrested --Loudoun County School Board meetings have become major events in the community | 22 June 2021 | The embattled school board of Virginia's Loudoun County cut off public comments during a fiery meeting Tuesday as residents traded barbs over new transgender policy proposals. The meeting followed weeks of protests from district parents who oppose some of the measures, which they have criticized as potential left-wing indoctrination and a violation of parental rights... Former state Sen. Dick Black, a Republican, excoriated the board over its treatment of Cross and allegations that progressive community members had organized a list of their conservative neighbors to harass and publicly shame. The chamber erupted in cheers, prompting the board to vote 9-0 to end public comment for the rest of the meeting - which led to loud chants of "Shame on you" directed at the board and demands that members resign. At least two people were arrested as parents cut off from speaking before the board remained in the room to deliver their prepared remarks to others in the crowd.

Philippines' Duterte threatens to jail those who refuse COVID-19 vaccine

Philippines' Duterte threatens to jail those who refuse COVID-19 vaccine | 22 June 2021 | President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to jail people who refuse to be vaccinated against the coronavirus... "You choose, vaccine or I will have you jailed," Duterte said in a televised address on Monday following reports of low turnouts at several vaccination sites in the capital, Manila. Duterte's remarks contradict those of his health officials who have said that while people are urged to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, it was voluntary.

153 Houston hospital workers fired or quit over COVID vax requirement

153 Houston hospital workers fired or quit over COVID vax requirement | 22 June 2021 | More than 150 workers at a Houston hospital quit or were fired on Tuesday after being suspended for refusing to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. The Houston Methodist Hospital system suspended 178 unvaccinated employees without pay two weeks ago for missing a June 7 deadline to get jabbed. Whoever didn't comply or resign during the suspension period was let go on Tuesday, system spokeswoman Gale Smith told The Post. A group of 117 staff members had sued the hospital in May, claiming the COVID-19 vaccines were “experimental” and required inoculations made workers "guinea pigs." The lawsuit compared the vaccine requirement to medical experiments inside Nazi Germany concentration camps.

Nearly 4,000 Fully Vaccinated People in Massachusetts Test Positive for COVID-19

Nearly 4,000 Fully Vaccinated People in Massachusetts Test Positive for COVID-19 | 22 June 2021 | Nearly 4,000 people in Massachusetts who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 have contracted the virus, adding to the growing number of breakthrough cases nationwide. According to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, as of June 12, there were 3,791 people who tested positive for COVID-19 among the 3.7 million fully vaccinated people in the state, accounting for roughly one in 1,000 vaccinated individuals... So-called breakthrough cases refer to cases appearing two or more weeks after a person's final shot. That's primarily the second Pfizer or Moderna dose, but can be the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Supreme Court rules in favor of athletes in NCAA compensation case

Supreme Court rules in favor of athletes in NCAA compensation case --The 9-0 decision represents a landmark victory for college players and a significant moment in the history of college athletics. | 21 June 2021 | The Supreme Court sided unanimously with college athletes on Monday, ruling the National Collegiate Athletic Association's restrictions on education benefits for players violate the nation’s antitrust laws. The 9-0 decision represents a landmark victory for college players and a significant moment in the history of college athletics, as lawmakers in Congress and statehouses weigh new laws to allow athletes to profit from personal endorsements and sponsorships.

Seattle commission dismisses complaint about 'Pride' event charging White people 'reparations' fee

Seattle commission dismisses complaint about 'Pride' event charging White people 'reparations' fee | 21 June 2021 | The Seattle Human Rights Commission dismissed concerns about a "pride" event that will charge White entrants a "reparations" fee - telling complainants that they should "educate" themselves on the harm they might cause by attending. "We would like to recommend, if possible, that you educate yourself on the harm it may cause Seattle's BIPOC community in your pursuit of a free ticket to an event that is not expressly meant for you and your entertainment," the commission said in a letter to Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson of Capitol Hill Pride. LeFevre and Lipson had reportedly argued to the commission that the June 26 event constituted "reverse discrimination in its worse [sic] form."

DOJ Nominee Worked With Hunter Biden at Law Firm Tied to Ukrainian Energy Giant

DOJ Nominee Worked With Hunter Biden at Law Firm Tied to Ukrainian Energy Giant --Hunter Biden laptop emails indicate he attended private dinner with DOJ nominee Hampton Dellinger | 21 June 2021 | Joe Biden's nominee for a top Justice Department position worked alongside Hunter Biden at a prominent law firm that represented Ukrainian energy giant Burisma Holdings, emails from Hunter Biden's laptop show. Hampton Dellinger, who Biden nominated on Friday to lead the Justice Department's Office of Legal Policy, worked on the Crisis Management and Government Response team at Boies Schiller Flexner, an international law firm where Biden served as counsel. Emails from Biden's laptop show he worked closely with lawyers on Boies Schiller Flexner's crisis management team. He referred Burisma Holdings to the crisis unit as a client in April 2014. Biden's laptop emails also indicate he attended a private dinner party with Dellinger and several other Boies Schiller Flexner lawyers in March 2014.

Heart problems in vaccinated students trigger medical, legal scrutiny of campus COVID mandates

Heart problems in vaccinated students trigger medical, legal scrutiny of campus COVID mandates --Notre Dame law professor Gerard Bradley went so far as to invoke the post-Nazi Nuremberg Code in urging universities to abandon their mandates. | 21 June 2021 | As the government reviews several hundred reports of heart inflammation in young people following COVID vaccination, high-profile medical and legal scholars are calling on colleges to scrap their COVID vaccine mandates, calling them unnecessary and potentially harmful to students. University of California-Irvine medical ethicist Aaron Kheriaty and University of Notre Dame law professor Gerard Bradley went so far as to invoke the post-Nazi Nuremberg Code in urging universities to abandon their mandates, in a Wall Street Journal op-ed this week. Though many universities already offer exemptions based on medical history and religious objections, the professors suggest two more: the emergency use authorization (EUA) status of the COVID vaccines and widespread natural immunity. Younger adults and children have "extremely low" risk of mortality from COVID, epidemiologists Martin Kulldorff of Harvard Medical School and Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford Med wrote in an op-ed for The Hill Thursday.

New Study Links Ivermectin to 'Large Reductions' in COVID-19 Deaths

New Study Links Ivermectin to 'Large Reductions' in COVID-19 Deaths | 21 June 2021 | The use of the anti-parasitic drug ivermectin could lead to "large reductions" in COVID-19 deaths and may have a "significant impact" on the pandemic globally, according to a recent pre-print review based on peer-reviewed studies. For the study, published June 17 in the American Journal of Therapeutics, a group of scientists reviewed the clinical trial use of ivermectin, which has antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, in 24 randomized controlled trials involving just over 3,400 participants... Using multiple methods of sequential analysis, the researchers concluded with a moderate level of confidence that the drug reduced the risk of death in COVID-19 patients by an average of 62 percent, at a 95 percent confidence interval of 0.19-0.79, in a sample of 2,438 patients.

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