National File – by Jack Hadfield
Twitter has banned all links to the video-sharing site BitChute, in another crackdown by Big Tech against alternative tech companies.
BitChute serves as an alternative platform to YouTube, where creators can upload their videos without the worry of censorship. However, this of course, can’t protect BitChute itself from being deplatformed from Big Tech sites, such as Twitter. Continue reading “Twitter BANS All Links To Video-Sharing Site BitChute”
Health Impact News – by Brian Shilhavy
As mass murder Dr. Anthony Fauci continues to appear in the corporate media to attack the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), which thousands of doctors have now said can completely cure COVID, more doctors are coming forward to expose his lies.
Fauci publicly attacked a recent positive study about HCQ published by the Henry Ford Health System, prompting two of the leading doctors of the study, doctors Adnan Munkarah and Steven Kalkanis, to publish an “Open Letter” refuting the lies of the mass murderer, Anthony Fauci. Continue reading “More Doctors Speak Out on Censorship and Mass Murderer Anthony Fauci’s False Information Regarding Hydroxychloroquine”
Economic Collapse – by Michael Snyder
You may have noticed that food prices have started to go up very aggressively. I repeatedly warned my readers that this is precisely what would happen, and more price increases are on the way. Fear of COVID-19 has sparked a tremendous amount of extra demand as Americans have feverishly stocked up their pantries, and at the same time the virus has made it very difficult for the major food companies to keep up. Over the past several months we have seen a large number of food production facilities close down temporarily, food supply chains have been thrown into a state of chaos, and grocery stores have found it increasingly difficult to keep their shelves full. Many years ago I remember sitting in an Econ 101 class as a very young college student, and one of the things that I learned was that prices are going to rise when supply goes down and demand goes up. So it was inevitable that grocery store prices would become more painful, and the latest numbers that have been released by the BEA are definitely quite alarming… Continue reading “Food Prices Rise To Dangerous Levels As “A Second Wave Of Layoffs” Hits The U.S. Economy”
Prepared to Protect
Democrats in Congress have introduced an anti-gun measure to regulate machinery that is designed for manufacturing firearm frames or receivers.
The bill, titled H.R.7468, and referred to as the “Stop Home Manufacturing of Ghost Guns Act of 2020” aims to restrict ownership of firearms manufacturing devices for private citizens without a FFL or a manufacturer that produces these machines for FLL’s. Continue reading “Congress Moves to Ban Milling Machines That Can Make Guns”
Breitbart – by Neil Munro
Sen. Mike Lee’s latest version of S.286 creates a novel “Green Card Lite” legal status to help Fortune 500 companies import many more Indian graduates into U.S. white collar jobs.
“That’s a game changer from the original bill,” said a tweet from a top ranking immigration lawyer Greg Siskind. It gives people “most of the benefits of a green card,” said Siskind, who is working with hospital chains to expand the pipeline of foreign nurses and doctors into U.S. hospitals.
Continue reading “Mike Lee’s S386 Bill Creates ‘Green Card Lite’ for New Waves of Migrants”
Live Science – by Karen Rowen, May 03, 2010
A crude car bomb discovered in New York’s Times Square this weekend was found to contain gasoline, propane and fertilizer, according to police. Fortunately, the would-be bomber used a type of fertilizer that is not explosive. Experts say that it is actually quite difficult to make a bomb using fertilizer, because of the nature of the chemistry of the explosion.
Ammonium nitrate is the fertilizer compound that can be used in explosives, said John Goodpaster, who researches explosives at Indiana at University-Purdue University Indianapolis. This compound is not found in its pure form in the common fertilizers that are commercially available. And, even in its pure form, ammonium nitrate by itself is not explosive. Continue reading “How Do Fertilizer Bombs Work?”
Washington Examiner – by Anna Giaritelli, Cassidy Morrison
Contingency plans for handling a surge of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border have yet to be seen despite President Trump’s warning last month that his administration was “focusing aggressively on the Texas border” due to what he described as “undercounted” hundreds of thousands of coronavirus outbreaks in Mexico and Latin America.
While top Department of Homeland Security officials have warned in recent months that the United States could see another border crisis if hundreds of thousands or millions of people flee poverty stricken and virus-ridden home countries for the U.S., government officials will not share how they are preparing and how they plan to avoid another 2019 crisis when media documented abhorrent conditions at immigration detention facilities nationwide. Continue reading “‘A public health disaster’: As coronavirus-fueled border surge looms, is Trump administration prepared?”
Vox Recode – by Rebecca Heilweil
We know that face masks help protect others from Covid-19, and it looks like they also provide some protection against facial recognition technology — for now. A preliminary study from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) analyzed how well the technology fared when identifying people wearing face masks. Broadly speaking, the facial recognition algorithms designed before the pandemic struggled to recognize faces behind the masks. Continue reading “Masks can fool facial recognition systems, but the algorithms are learning fast”
As Moderna begins a late-stage trial of its coronavirus vaccine, chief medical officer Tal Zaks sold almost all his shares in the company, according to a report filed to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, raising concerns about his trust in the vaccine, according to Globes.
While Zaks and other Moderna officials have already been cashing out on shares for the past few months, they’ve increased the sales of shares since reports were published on a successful test of the vaccine earlier in July. Continue reading “PANIC at the GATES? Moderna CMO Ditches All His Shares & CEO sell shares as final vaccine trials begin, raising concerns”
Natural News – by Lance D Johnson
Public health officials in Virginia are warning prospective students to get all the required vaccinations before the start of the school year in order to do online virtual learning from their home. If parents do not comply and do not show proof their kid got the injections, then their kid won’t be able to access the online learning materials provided by the school district. This is a threat. It’s also a lie, an empty threat, because children belong to their parents, not the state.
“I think people feel like if you’re not going to the brick and mortar school then you don’t need to have the immunizations but that’s incorrect,” said Fairfax County Health Department worker Shauna Severo, speaking with NBC 4 in Washington. Continue reading “It’s about compliance, not science: Virginia officials demand students get vaccinations to participate in ONLINE learning from home”
Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist
As TFTP previously reported, horrifying surveillance footage was released showing multiple police officers aggressively assaulting and torturing a disabled man in his front yard after they dragged him from his home during a welfare check. That footage led to the arrest of three police officers, one of whom was arrested again for beating a teenager as well.
Last year, officers Brad McLeod, John Patrick Edney, and Florian Hilgar were charged for unlawful assault and assault with a weapon for beating the disabled man. Continue reading “NO JAIL for Cops Found Guilty of Torturing Innocent Disabled Man in His Own Front Yard”