The one-hour virtual event, presented by Selena Gomez, will be broadcast across various platforms on May 8, with the aforementioned artists set to be joined onscreen by H.E.R., Jennifer Lopez and J Balvin. Continue reading “Foo Fighters and Eddie Vedder to perform on global ‘Vax Live’ broadcast”
The global medical community has been asserting that “a pandemic is being caused by a virus, SARS-Cov-2.”
But what if the virus doesn’t exist?
People have been asking me for a step-by-step analysis of a mainstream claim of virus-isolation. Well, here it is. Continue reading “Dr. Andrew Kaufman refutes “isolation” of SARS-Cov-2; he does step-by-step analysis of a typical claim of isolation; there is no proof that the virus exists”
Rock guitarist Ted Nugent called the Covid pandemic a “dirty lying scam” as recently as two weeks ago. So social media reacted with predictable and justified schadenfreude when he announced Monday on a Facebook live video that he had tested positive for Covid after a severe illness. “I thought I was dying. I literally could hardly crawl out of bed the last few days,” he said. “Maybe it’s not even Covid. I’m thinking it’s just Cat Scratch Fever. Karma has a sense of humor,” actor George Takei responded on Twitter, speaking for many. Continue reading “Ted Nugent admitted he was wrong about Covid and that counts for something”
Herpes infections may be a side effect of a COVID-19 vaccine, experts have revealed.
Scientists in Israel identified six cases in a new study of patients developing a skin rash known as herpes zoster — or shingles — after receiving the Pfizer vaccine, according to a study in the Rheumatology journal. Continue reading “Herpes infection possibly linked to COVID-19 vaccine, study says”
The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service has been quietly running a program that tracks and collects Americans’ social media posts, including those about planned protests, according to a document obtained by Yahoo News.
The details of the surveillance effort, known as iCOP, or Internet Covert Operations Program, have not previously been made public. The work involves having analysts trawl through social media sites to look for what the document describes as “inflammatory” postings and then sharing that information across government agencies. Continue reading “The Postal Service is running a ‘covert operations program’ that monitors Americans’ social media posts”
President Joe Biden told Hispanic members of Congress on Tuesday he supported the idea of moving legislation on immigration reform using budget reconciliation and a simple Democrat majority.
“He said he was committed to making those statements publicly,” Rep. Darren Soto (D-FL) told Politico, detailing the meeting. Continue reading “Report: Joe Biden Supports Passing Amnesty Through Budget Reconciliation with Simple Majority”
Many years ago, a man was sitting in quiet contemplation by a riverbank when he was disturbed by a beggar from the local village.
“Where is the stone?” the beggar demanded. “I must have the precious stone!” Continue reading “A Beggar’s Dream”
Unintentional effects of the Covid-19 vaccines should be expected as the vaccines are still on trial until 2023, but many of these adverse effects have startled the unvaccinated.
The reports began with an unvaccinated Instagram user sharing with her followers that after years of regular cycles she missed her menstrual cycle two months in a row. Shortly after she shared her experience, the woman began noticing mainstream news articles drawing a connection between menstrual issues and the covid vaccine. Continue reading “Unvaccinated Women Report Miscarriages After Interactions with Vaccinated People”
The first signs of summer are quickly overshadowed once mosquitoes return in many parts of the United States. But a new experiment in Florida might spell the end for the blood-thirsty suckers.
Mosquito lovers (if you exist), don’t worry, the species isn’t going to disappear entirely. Instead, the male Aedes aegypti has been modified to only create live male offspring, which don’t bite, when mating in the wild with female mosquitoes, which do bite. Continue reading “750 million of the first genetically modified mosquitoes to be released in Florida”
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer visited Florida last month, according to local media, in time to warn constituents against enjoying the sun in the Covid rulebreaker’s paradise. Her staff passed it off as a family visit.
Florida repealed its coronavirus dictates late last year, while Michigan’s remain in full force. The mask-loving state leader continues to (publicly) warn those in her own state against travel, but her true loyalties are less border-bound than it seems. It was also revealed that at least two of Whitmer’s senior advisers left Michigan for “spring break,” apparently shrugging off their boss’ travel dictates while insisting no such regulations existed. Continue reading “Michigan’s lockdown-championing Gov. Whitmer traveled to Florida after warning residents to avoid spring break trips”
The Biden administration “strongly supports” a bill that would make the District of Columbia a new US state named Douglass Commonwealth, and shrink the seat of the US government to a tiny enclave in downtown Washington.
In a “statement of policy” released on Tuesday, the White House endorsed House Resolution 51, also known as the Washington, DC Admission Act. Continue reading “Biden endorses Democrat proposal to make Washington, DC the 51st US state”
Yesterday’s guilty verdicts in the George Floyd murder case will almost certainly send former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin to prison for the rest of his life once the sentence is finally handed down next month. But already more police shootings are capturing the nation’s attention.
Roughly one week after the Civilian Office of Police Accountability of Chicago released body camera footage depicting the shooting of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, sparking national outrage, footage of yet another police shooting of a teenager has just been released. Continue reading “Columbus Police Release Body Cam Footage Showing Fatal Shooting Of Teen Girl”
A Nevada woman who received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has reportedly undergone three brain surgeries to repair blood clots related to the shot.
Emma Burkey, 18, reportedly fell ill about a week after she received the shot on April 1, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, citing a family spokesperson, reported. Continue reading “Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine recipient in Nevada undergoes 3 brain surgeries following jab: report”
A panel of jurors has found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty on all three charges in connection with the May 2020 death of George Floyd, after one of the most closely watched criminal trials in recent memory.
Chauvin, 45, was charged with second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. With Americans on edge as they awaited the verdict, the jury announced that it has found him guilty across the board. Continue reading “Derek Chauvin trial verdict: Ex-Minneapolis police officer found guilty on all charges in George Floyd’s death”
WASHINGTON D.C. – The cause of death for a police officer, a New Jersey native, who succumbed after the Capitol Hill riots was released on Monday, reports say.
Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick had several strokes hours after he battled with a pro-Trump mob during the Jan. 6 riot and died of natural causes, according to The New York Times. Continue reading “Cop From NJ Died Of Strokes After Capitol Hill Riots: Reports”
Mainstream media outlets are continuing their fear-mongering over new variants. They continue to tell us that the vaccines won’t be enough. Nothing short of your full and complete enslavement to the state will suffice.
Science Daily is calling for a global strategy of “maximum suppression.” And we should all know by now they don’t mean they want maximum suppression of any virus. They want maximum suppression of humanity. It’s more than obvious this is all about control and has nothing to do with health. Continue reading ““The Vaccine Won’t Be Enough!” The Rulers Demand Full Enslavement”
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Members of the Minnesota National Guard were fired upon during a drive-by shooting in Minneapolis early Sunday morning, with two guardsmen suffering minor injuries.
About 3,000 citizen soldiers and airmen are activated as part of Operation Safety Net. Members of the Minnesota National Guard are our neighbors and friends. These citizen soldiers, who left their full-time jobs and families during the mission, realize the weight of the time we’re in. Continue reading “Drive-By Shooter Targets National Guard Humvee In Minneapolis, Injuring 2 Guardsmen”
One person was killed and two others were wounded during a shooting at a suburban New York grocery store Tuesday morning, police said. The supected gunman is till on the loose and is considered armed and dangerous.
Police believe a current or former employee named Gabriel DeWitt Wilson, 31, opened fire at a Stop & Shop grocery store in West Hempstead, in Nassau County on Long Island, shortly after 11:15 a.m. Tuesday, Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder said. Continue reading “1 killed, 2 others shot at suburban New York grocery store; manhunt underway”
Masks help prevent the spread of infectious diseases — like the Covid-19 virus — protecting both you and those you come in contact with. The simple barrier helps stop respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people when a person wearing the mask coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. However, wearing a mask for an extended period can create unwanted side effects, such as mask mouth. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends wearing a mask in public settings, and studies show masks play a crucial role in slowing the virus’s spread, so getting rid of this protective measure is not the answer. Instead, learn all about mask mouth — what it is, what causes it, and how you can prevent it — so you can find relief.
Washington — The Supreme Court on Monday turned away a batch of legal battles involving the federal lifetime ban on firearms for people convicted of certain nonviolent crimes, sidestepping a contentious issue involving the Second Amendment.
The justices rejected appeals from three people who are barred from possessing firearms under federal law because of nonviolent misdemeanor and felony convictions. In declining to take up the cases, lower court decisions that found their Second Amendment rights were not violated by the ban remain in place. Continue reading “Supreme Court turns away disputes over gun ban for nonviolent felons”