At Least Two People Killed, Eight Injured in Tel Aviv Shooting Spree

At Least Two People Killed, Eight Injured in Tel Aviv Shooting Spree--The incident adds to a string of shooting attacks in Israel which have happened over the past several weeks. | 7 April 2022 | At least two people were killed, eight injured in a shooting attack in Tel Aviv, Israel's ambulance service said. The injured are in critical condition and were hospitalised, medics added. The shooting reportedly took place in Dizengoff Street in central Tel Aviv. Videos have emerged showing police officers and emergency service responding at the scene. (Videos.)

'All Russians are enemies' - Ukrainian ambassador

'All Russians are enemies' - Ukrainian ambassador --Ambassador to Germany told media outlet that he sees all Russians as enemies | 7 April 2022 | Ukraine’s envoy to Berlin, Andrey Melnik, has sparked criticism after calling all Russians "enemies" in an interview on Wednesday with a German newspaper, and later doubling down on his words. His comments triggered accusations that the statement is "nothing short of fascism." "I will say it very clearly: Russia is an enemy state for us. And all Russians are enemies for Ukraine at the moment," Melnik told Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) in an interview published on Tuesday. He went on to say that it’s not his "concern" to "distinguish" between "good" Russians and bad ones.

Russia suspended from UN Human Rights Council

Russia suspended from UN Human Rights Council | 7 March 2022 | The United Nations’ General Assembly voted on Thursday to suspend Russia from the UN Human Rights Council. The resolution, proposed by the US, received 93 votes, with 24 members opposed and 58 abstaining. China, a fellow permanent Security Council member, was a prominent "no" vote... US Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield had called for Russia to be removed from the 47-nation body on Monday, calling its participation a "farce," after videos and photos emerged from the town of Bucha, near Kiev, showing the dead bodies of what appeared to be civilians. Ukraine and the US accused Russia of conducting a massacre, a charge that Moscow has vehemently denied. When Moscow called for an emergency Security Council session on the investigation of the alleged atrocities, on Monday, the UK - currently presiding over the body - initially refused, but the matter was considered the next day, in a different format. The US and its allies ratcheted up sanctions against Russia this week.

Triple-vaccinated Nancy Pelosi tests positive for COVID-19

Triple-vaccinated Nancy Pelosi tests positive for COVID-19 --Pelosi was at the White House Wednesday in close proximity to Joe Biden | 7 April 2022 | House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has tested positive for COVID-19, according to her office, marking the first time the Democratic leader has contracted the virus after two years of touting strict coronavirus protocols at the House. Her spokesman made the announcement Thursday just as Pelosi, 82, was scheduled to hold her weekly news conference at the U.S. Capitol. "After testing negative this week, Speaker Pelosi received a positive test result for COVID-19 and is currently asymptomatic," Drew Hammill tweeted. "The Speaker is fully vaccinated and boosted, and is thankful for the robust protection the vaccine has provided." [And what protection would that be?]

Three US Intel Officials Tell NBC News That the 'Intelligence' Biden Released on Russia-Ukraine Was Fabricated

Three US Intel Officials Tell NBC News That the 'Intelligence' Biden Released on Russia-Ukraine Was Fabricated | 7 April 2022 | NBC News on Wednesday evening casually admitted that the "intelligence" Biden released claiming Russia was planning a false flag operation as a pretext to invade Ukraine was totally made up. There were also claims of chemical weapons or Russia asking China for help. Apparently, it was all fabricated. NBC's Ken Dilanian, one of the Biden regime's most loyal stenographers, tried his best to spin this in a positive light. "It doesn't have to be solid intelligence when we talk about it. It's more important to get out ahead of them - Putin specifically - before they do something. It's preventative," a US intel official told NBC News.

Appeals court OKs Biden federal employee vaccine mandate

Appeals court OKs Biden federal employee vaccine mandate --The case marked ideological divides at the appeals court even before Thursday's ruling. | 7 April 2022 | Joe Biden's requirement that all federal employees be vaccinated against [sic] COVID-19 was upheld Thursday by a federal appeals court. In a 2-1 ruling, a panel of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court and ordered dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the mandate. The ruling, a rare win for the administration at the New Orleans-based appellate court, said that the federal judge didn't have jurisdiction in the case and those challenging the requirement could have pursued administrative remedies under Civil Service law. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Brown, who was appointed to the District Court for the Southern District of Texas by then-President Donald Trump, had issued a nationwide injunction against the requirement in January.

Senate Confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court

Senate Confirms Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court | 7 April 2022 | Three Senate Republicans voted with Democrats on Thursday to make Ketanji Brown Jackson the first black female Supreme Court justice. The Senate voted 53-47 to confirm Jackson as an Associate Justice for the United States Supreme Court. Three Senate Republicans, Sens. Mitt Romney (R-UT), Susan Collins (R-ME), and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), voted to confirm Jackson for the Supreme Court. Romney failed to explain to Breitbart News why he opposed making Ketanji Brown Jackson a federal circuit judge last year and then voiced his support for her to become a Supreme Court Justice this year. Jackson refused to say if she holds a position on whether individuals have natural rights. Breitbart News reported that Jackson sentenced those in possession of child pornography to nearly 60 percent less time than the national average. Sens. Josh Hawley (R-MO), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and others raised these concerns with Jackson during the confirmation hearings.

Biden administration giving cell phones to illegal immigrants

Insane in the membrane: Biden administration giving cell phones to illegal immigrants | 6 April 2022 | The White House confirmed Wednesday that illegal immigrants are being provided with electronic devices, notably cell phones, in an effort for the Biden administration to "track" and "check in" with them as they await immigration court proceedings. Asked by Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy about the initiative, White House press secretary Jen Psaki the purpose was to monitor illegal immigrants. In a Wednesday letter sent to Department of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri inquired about "reports that DHS plans to provide migrants with free phones." "These reports demand answers," Hawley said in the letter first obtained by Fox News Digital.

Governor Abbott Directs Texas to Send Illegal Migrants to D.C. on Charter Buses

Governor Abbott Directs Texas to Send Illegal Migrants to D.C. on Charter Buses | 6 April 2022 | ...Migrants are still pouring across the southern border with Mexico. Governor Greg Abbott said Texas will address the migrant influx, which he accused the Biden administration of fueling, by re-routing them to Washington, D.C., on charter buses. "To help local officials whose communities are being overwhelmed by hordes of illegal immigrants who are being dropped off by the Biden administration, Texas is providing charter buses to send these illegal immigrants to Washington, D.C.," Abbott announced at a press conference Wednesday. "We are sending them to the United States Capitol where the Biden administration will be able to more immediately address the needs of the people that they are allowing to come across our border," he said. The Texas Division of Emergency Management will be responsible for this operation, the governor confirmed.

Leaked DHS Document Says US Plans to Offer 'Broadscale Release Mechanisms' for Illegal Aliens

Leaked DHS Document Says US Plans to Offer 'Broadscale Release Mechanisms' for Illegal Aliens | 6 April 2022 | A leaked U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) plan published this week shows senior officials being told that the removal of Title 42 would lead to an increase in illegal immigration and one way to respond to the increase is to release many apprehended illegal aliens into the U.S. interior. The 115-page document, dated Feb. 17 and published by Breitbart News, is titled the "DHS Southwest Border Mass Irregular Migration Contingency Plan." The plan was being put in place to comply with an earlier executive order from Joe Biden that directed officials to create a framework to address the causes of migration and to manage migration in addition to providing "safe and orderly processing" of illegal immigrants claiming asylum once they cross into the United States.

Biden wrote college recommendation letter for son of Hunter's Chinese business partner, emails reveal

Biden wrote college recommendation letter for son of Hunter's Chinese business partner, emails reveal --Biden's recommendation letter for Chinese executive's son was sent directly to Brown's president, email says | 6 April 2022 | Joe Biden, in 2017, wrote a college recommendation letter for the son of a Chinese executive who did business with Hunter Biden, according to emails reviewed by Fox News Digital. Biden has repeatedly denied discussing Hunter's business ventures with his son. Fox News Digital obtained emails between Hunter Biden and his business associates involved in his firm Rosemont Seneca's joint venture with Chinese investment firms Bohai Capital and BHR. Hunter held a 10% stake in BHR as recently as last year, the White House previously acknowledged. Hunter's attorney told the New York Times in November that he had since divested.

Twitter Censors Defy Elon Musk: No Plans to Restore Trump, Other Conservatives to Platform

Twitter Censors Defy Elon Musk: No Plans to Restore Trump, Other Conservatives to Platform | 6 April 2022 | Despite alleged free speech advocate Elon Musk's purchase of a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter, the company reportedly has no plans to reinstate the accounts of former President Donald Trump and the many other conservatives blacklisted by the censor-happy platform. The company defied Musk in a statement, saying: "Policy decisions are not determined by the board or shareholders, and we have no plans to reverse any policy decisions." The Mercury News reports that following the recent news that Tesla CEO Elon Musk had purchased a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter, many hoped that the development might result in the return of former President Donald Trump to the platform. But Twitter has quickly put those hopes to rest, stating that the former president would remain permanently banned across the platform.

Wind energy company kills 150 eagles in US, pleads guilty

Wind energy company kills 150 eagles in US, pleads guilty | 6 April 2022 | A wind energy company was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay more than $8 million in fines and restitution after at least 150 eagles were killed over the past decade at its wind farms in eight states, federal prosecutors said Wednesday. NextEra Energy subsidiary ESI Energy pleaded guilty to three counts of violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act during a Tuesday court appearance in Cheyenne, Wyoming. It was charged criminally in the deaths of nine eagles at three of its wind farms in Wyoming and New Mexico. In addition to those deaths, ESI acknowledged the deaths of golden and bald eagles at 50 wind farms affiliated with ESI and NextEra since 2012.

Conservatives Urging Elon Musk to Bring Back Trump's Twitter Account

Conservatives Urging Elon Musk to Bring Back Trump's Twitter Account | 5 April 2022 | Frequent Twitter critic and active user Elon Musk earlier became the largest shareholder of the social network after he bought a 9.2 percent stake in the company for $2.9 billion. Elon Musk was asked by several Republicans and activists to restore the account of former US President Donald Trump on Twitter after the Tesla and SpaceX CEO repeatedly criticized the social media giant for its biased treatment of conservative voices. "Now that @ElonMusk is Twitter's largest shareholder, it’s time to lift the political censorship," Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) tweeted on Monday. "Oh...and BRING BACK TRUMP!"

Biden administration to impose new Russia sanctions banning all new investment in Russia

Biden administration to impose new Russia sanctions banning all new investment in Russia | 5 April 2022 | Joe Biden's administration is set to announce a slew of sanctions against Russia on Wednesday as the country's invasion of Ukraine continues. The White House is expected to roll out aggressive sanctions on U.S. companies doing business in Russia or with organizations or individuals directly linked to the state. The policy will likely end all new attempts at investment in the country moving forward. Russian financial institutions such as the national bank and state-run businesses will be hit hard as well.

Oklahoma House passes near-total abortion ban with threat of prison for providers

Oklahoma House passes near-total abortion ban with threat of prison for providers | 5 April 2022 | Oklahoma lawmakers on Tuesday passed a bill that would make it illegal to perform an abortion in the state except in medical emergencies, penalizing those who do with up to $100,000 in fines and 10 years in prison. The Republican-controlled state House of Representatives brought the bill to a vote this week, after it was passed last year by the Midwestern state's Senate. It now heads to the desk of Republican Governor Kevin Stitt for signing. Stitt has signaled his support for anti-abortion legislation.

Deadly Army helicopter crash at Georgia's Fort Stewart not an accident - report

Deadly Army helicopter crash at Georgia's Fort Stewart not an accident - report --Capt. James Bellew, 26, died during a crash involving two HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters. | 5 April 2022 | A crash involving two Army helicopters that killed a soldier at Georgia's Fort Stewart last month was not an accident and is under criminal investigation, according to a media report. The Army Times reported a source with knowledge of the investigation into the March 30 crash that killed Capt. James Bellew said the incident "not an accident." Bellew died during an incident involving two HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters at Wright Army Airfield, which is used by the Army and the city of Hinesville, Georgia. A spokesperson for the Army's 3rd Infantry Division told the Times the service’s Criminal Investigation Division is investigating the crash.

Russia claims Ukraine may execute Crimean POWs

Russia claims Ukraine may execute Crimean POWs --Ombudsman received a list of Crimean officers branded as "unexchangeable" by Ukrainian authorities | 5 April 2022 | Russia's human rights ombudsman has pledged to investigate information that some Crimean officers, held captive in Ukraine, have been allegedly designated by the Kiev authorities as “unexchangeable” and could even be subject to execution. Speaking to journalists on Tuesday, Tatiana Moskalkova confirmed that Russia and Ukraine had earlier conducted an exchange of prisoners in the "86 to 86 format." She also said she was given a list of some Crimean officers, whom Ukrainian authorities allegedly would not allow to be exchanged, and who, she fears, may face execution.

Footage shows Ukrainian troops brutalizing captives

Footage shows Ukrainian troops brutalizing captives | 5 April 2022 | Footage published on Ukrainian social media on Tuesday appeared to show people in uniform beating up and harassing detainees. The mayor of the country's fourth largest city, Dnepr, close to where the incidents happened, justified the mistreatment on social media, branding the arrestees as "crime bosses" and claiming they previously attacked members of the region's militia. The graphic footage includes two separate videos, showing armed people in military fatigues brutally arresting men in civilian clothes. The troops are wearing the same kind of blue armbands that Ukrainian soldiers often use to identify their allegiance. One clip shows troops beating up a man, who is standing with his legs spread and bowing down, with blood apparently visible...

Elon Musk to Join Twitter Board After Becoming Largest Shareholder

Elon Musk to Join Twitter Board After Becoming Largest Shareholder | 5 April 2022 | Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk will be joining the board of directors at Twitter. The appointment comes after the billionaire took a 9.2 percent stake in the social media company, which makes him the company's largest shareholder. "I'm excited to share that we're appointing @elonmusk to our board!” announced Twitter CEO [Great Reset dirt-bag] Parag Agrawal on Tuesday. "Through conversations with Elon in recent weeks, it became clear to us that he would bring great value to our Board." The Tesla CEO will serve as a "Class II" director with a term that expires at its 2024 annual meeting. Moreover, the company says that Musk will not own or control more than 14.9 percent of Twitter shares, according to a report by the Telegraph.

Clinton campaign lawyer tries to keep Christopher Steele, dossier out of trial

Clinton campaign lawyer tries to keep Christopher Steele, dossier out of trial | 5 April 2022 | Attorneys for Hillary Clinton's campaign lawyer asked a court Monday to bar federal prosecutors from using evidence from former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele and his debunked dossier in prosecuting their client. Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann is charged with lying to the FBI for not disclosing he was working on behalf of Mrs. Clinton when he told an FBI official about alleged contacts between a Russian bank and the Trump Organization in 2016. Mr. Sussmann's attorneys appear concerned that prosecutors, led by special counsel John Durham, may try to introduce the dossier or testimony from Mr. Steele, who compiled salacious unfounded allegations that Donald Trump had worked with Russian officials to defeat Mrs. Clinton.

70% of Vaccinated CDC Employees Got COVID, Data Reveal

70% of Vaccinated CDC Employees Got COVID, Data Reveal | 5 April 2022 | On Feb. 2, the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, requesting records showing "the number of COVID-19 infections, and of those, the number of breakthrough infections" among CDC employees in August 2021. Breakthrough infections refer to infections that occur in those who have received one or more COVID jabs. On March 28, ICAN issued a legal update, stating they had received an official response, showing approximately 70% of all COVID-19 cases among CDC employees in August 2021 occurred among "vaccinated" employees.

Pfizer Hired 600 People to Process Vaccine Injury Reports, Documents Reveal

Pfizer Hired 600 People to Process Vaccine Injury Reports, Documents Reveal | 5 April 2022 | Pfizer hired about 600 additional full-time employees to process adverse event reports during the three months following the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of its COVID-19 vaccine, newly released documents reveal. According to the documents, Pfizer said, "More are joining each month with an expected total of more than 1,800 additional resources by the end of June 2021." The information was contained in a 10,000-page document cache released April 1 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and made public as part of a court-ordered disclosure schedule stemming from an expedited Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The latest revelations appeared in a document, "Cumulative analysis of post-authorization adverse event reports" of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, highlighting such adverse events identified through Feb. 28, 2021.

Federal Judge Orders Pennsylvania to Produce Records for Foreigners Registered to Vote

Federal Judge Orders Pennsylvania to Produce Records for Foreigners Registered to Vote | 5 April 2022 | At the urging of an election integrity group, a federal judge ordered Pennsylvania to hand over records showing the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation had allowed foreign nationals to register to vote for decades. The order came the month after a federal court ruled that Illinois violated the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, when it refused to provide the same group access to the state's voter roll, as The Epoch Times reported. NVRA provides that election officials must allow inspection of all records related to the maintenance of the voter rolls. Judge Christopher C. Conner of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania wrote in the court's decision "transparency in how states determine voter eligibility--the vital bedrock of our electoral system--is generally paramount."

Mail-in ballot problem in Luzerne County special election

Mail-in ballot problem in Luzerne County special election --305 voters may not have received their mail-in ballot in time to vote by mail. | 4 April 2022 | (Luzerne County, Pa.) There is a special election Tuesday in the 116th Legislative District. The seat was left empty after State Representative Tarah Toohil was elected Judge for the Court of Common Pleas in Luzerne County. Now three candidates are hoping for the seat for a short, 8-month term. About 10 percent of voters for this special election who requested mail-in ballots may not have received them in time because of what election officials are calling an error made by the Pennsylvania Department of State. Three hundred and five voters who requested a mail-in ballot were affected. Some are not getting their ballot until Friday, if at all.

Time's Up! Orban Wins in Hungary Despite Massive Soros Assault

Time's Up! Orbán Wins in Hungary Despite Massive Soros Assault --In the campaign, the globalist anti-Orbán parties had formed an alliance with the neo-Nazi parties to dethrone Orbán | 3 April 2022 | In the face of massive opposition from the Biden Regime, the EU and George Soros, Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz Party seems to have triumphed in Hungarian national elections. According to current vote counts, Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz Party has won 61% of the seats in the National Assembly. It was a tightly contested election, as the EU and Open Society spent millions to dethrone Europe's most respected conservative voice. In the campaign, the globalist anti-Orbán parties had formed an alliance with the neo-Nazi parties to dethrone Orbán, as Gateway reported.

Ukrainian Police Said They Conducted 'Clearing Op' in Bucha a Day Before Dead Body Videos Emerged

Ukrainian Police Said They Conducted 'Clearing Op' in Bucha a Day Before Dead Body Videos Emerged --Narrative fail | 4 April 2022 | Ukrainian police posted on Facebook that they had conducted a "clearing op" in Bucha the day before videos emerged showing dead bodies scattered around the settlement, as the war of words over the alleged "war crime" continues. NATO powers and pro-Ukraine commentators have seized upon the alleged atrocity in a bid to escalate the war, with MSNBC hosts and guests even asserting that it justifies directly attacking Russia and putting American boots on the ground in Ukraine... Moscow has vehemently denied involvement, claiming Ukraine shelled the city after Russian troops had already withdrawn. The only evidence offered so far pointing to Russian responsibility is the claims of Ukrainian authorities, with are being breathlessly amplified by the mainstream media without an ounce of skepticism. Margaret Brennan of CBS admitted that Ukrainian President Zelensky's team had "handed" her the videos and they were broadcast, as journalist Michael Tracey wrote, with "zero independent corroboration."

Two Russian troops dead and 28 critical in hospital after being POISONED by laced Ukrainian pastries

Two Russian troops dead and 28 critical in hospital after being POISONED by laced Ukrainian pastries --Two troops from the 3rd Motor Rifle Division died after being given stuffed buns laced with poison --Another 28 soldiers are in intensive care after civilians in Izium gave the poisoned gifts to the the troops --It comes after more than 500 Russian troops were hospitalised after drinking poisoned alcohol | 3 April 2022 | Russian troops near Kharkiv died after eating poisoned stuffed buns given to them as "gifts" by Ukrainian citizens, a Ukrainian intelligence agency has claimed. Two soldiers from the 3rd Motor Rifle Division died immediately after eating the delicacies served by the citizens of Izium, a Facebook post by the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine announced on Saturday. Another 28 Russian troops are in intensive care after the poisoning with several hundred others also suffering from "severe illnesses" after drinking poisoned alcohol given to them by civilians... Ukrainian stuffed buns (pyrizhky) are crescent-shaped stuffed pastry which are a famous delicacy in the country. They are baked or fried yeast dough which can be filled with sweet or savoury fillings.

FOX News Interviews Ukrainian President Zelensky - Edits Out Him Responding to Azov Battalion Atrocities 'They Are What They Are'

FOX News Interviews Ukrainian President Zelensky - Edits Out Him Responding to Azov Battalion Atrocities 'They Are What They Are' | 2 April 2022 | We first reported on the Azov Battalion in Ukraine months ago. This group of Neo-Nazis is known for atrocities in Ukraine. President Zelensky's response to a question about the group was edited from the interview by FOX News. Bret Baier at FOX News asked President Zelensky about the Azov Battalion and whether the group was killing Russian POWs. This question is in the video. It was an interesting question. However, Zelensky's response was so bad that FOX removed it from the video displayed later of the interview.

17-Year-Old Died 'Suddenly in Sleep' Six Months After Second Pfizer Shot

17-Year-Old Died 'Suddenly in Sleep' Six Months After Second Pfizer Shot | 1 April 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,205,755 reports of adverse events following COVID vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and March 25, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). The data included a total of 26,396 reports of deaths -- an increase of 337 over the previous week -- and 214,521 of serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period -- up 2,937 compared with the previous week. Excluding "foreign reports" to VAERS, 799,732 adverse events, including 12,103 deaths and 78,227 serious injuries, were reported in the U.S. between Dec. 14, 2020, and March 25, 2022... The most recent death involves a 7-year-old boy (VAERS I.D. 2152560) from Washington who died 13 days after receiving his first dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine when he went into shock and suffered cardiac arrest. He was unable to be resuscitated and died in the emergency department.

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