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Dec 12 11:15

The COVID Vaccine Is Here … And So Are Potential Side Effects …

By Spiro Skouras

The UK and Russia have begun their mass COVID vaccination campaigns and it won’t be long from now until the experimental shot is deployed in your town. Meanwhile, Canada, the US and Mexico are among a growing list of countries who have approved the Pfizer vaccine.

In this report, we examine some of the possible adverse events the CDC and FDA will be looking for, according to the agencies’ own virtual meeting on surveillance and vaccine safety held in October 2020.

We will also take a look at some of the adverse events experienced by the volunteers who participated in the trials according to an FDA review of the trial, as well as those who experienced adverse events outside of the trials.

Dec 10 12:35

Recall: Erectile Dysfunction, Depression Drugs Mixed Up

Recall: Erectile Dysfunction, Depression Drugs Mixed Up
Dec. 10, 2020 -- Sildenafil and trazodone tablets have been recalled by pharmaceutical distributor AvKare because the drugs were "inadvertently packaged together" when they were bottled by a third-party vendor, according to the company.

Sildenafil is the active ingredient in Viagra, used to treat erectile dysfunction, and trazodone is used to treat major depression.

The recall is for 100 milligram (mg) sildenafil tablets, lot 36884 with an expiration date of 03/2022, and 100 mg trazodone tablets, lot 36783 with an expiration date of 06/2022, CNN reported.

Dec 09 22:17

Learn The Risk’ Founder Brandy Vaughan Found Dead : Brandy Vaughan Cause of Death Remains Unknown

Brandy Vaughan Cause of Death: Although its not yet official, but there are strong believe that she may have been murdered by the big pharmaceutical companies she worked very hard to expose.

Dec 07 21:42

Dr Peter McCullough in Senate Homeland Security Hearing on COVID-19 Outpatient Treatment, 11-19-20

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Dr McCullough: Let me just say before I answer that that this is not just a government culpability and malfeasance with respect to hydroxychloroquine. This is academic malfeasance. There were two fraudulent papers, one in the New England Journal of Medicine [18 June 2020], one in Lancet [22 May 2020], published by individuals interested in doing evil to the world with respect to a beneficial treatment of hydroxychloroquine. In an unprecedented manner these two manuscripts were withdrawn after two weeks where they could scare the public and the world’s physician audience. Since that time there have been dozens of fraudulent papers—

Dec 07 16:12

This Is Going To Be The Worst Winter For The U.S. Economy In Modern Times

We already knew that this was going to be the worst winter for the U.S. economy since the Great Depression of the 1930s, but now a new round of lockdowns threatens to rip the guts out of hundreds of thousands of small businesses all around the country. As I write this article, 33 million people are under “stay-at-home orders” in California alone. With each passing day, state governments are implementing even more new restrictions, and those new restrictions are going to increasingly choke the life out of economic activity in this nation.

Dec 04 21:56

Section 230: The little law that defined how the Internet works

The law has been a point of contention between Trump and social media companies all year. President Trump signed an executive order in May intended to pave the way for federal regulators to punish tech companies for how they moderate content.

Dec 03 13:07

Aerially Sprayed Pesticide Contains the PFAS “Forever Chemicals”. Impacts on Human Health

State efforts to control mosquito-borne illnesses may be creating a new health problem. The insecticide Massachusetts and numerous other states use for mosquito control, both applied aerially and sprayed from trucks along roads, contains per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), according to lab test results posted today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).

Dec 01 17:02

Americans Flocked to Gun Stores on Black Friday

This year’s Black Friday saw the fourth most gun-related background checks in a single day since 1998, according to data released by the FBI. Five of the top 10 busiest single days in the history of the background-check system have occurred in 2020, which has already set the record for most gun sales in a year. November overwhelmed gun stores, leading up to one of the busiest shopping days of the year. About 1.8 million background checks were processed in the first two weeks of November as Joe Biden pulled in front of President Trump in vote tallies.

Nov 30 15:28

America’s Pride In The Economy Is About To Be Greatly Shaken As Tens Of Millions Face Eviction In 2021

Unless there is emergency intervention, tens of millions of Americans could be facing eviction once the holiday season is over. We kicked the can down the road throughout 2020, but all of the rent that was originally owed to landlords all over the country is still due, and they are very eager to collect. Countless landlords are on the verge of financial ruin because of the rent moratoriums which were put in place, and kicking the can down the road even more would be absolutely disastrous for them. Of course it would also be absolutely disastrous if the moratoriums are not extended, because in some states more than half of all households are behind on their rent or mortgage payments, and most of them have no way to pay.

Nov 27 17:57

“Dark Winter” Reality – Millions Of Americans Are Expected To Lose Their Homes

On Monday, we noted that on Dec. 31 many of the key provisions in the CARES Act are set to expire if there is no action from Congress. This could be catastrophic for 12 million America who will lose access to their Emergency unemployment benefits activated in the aftermath of the covid pandemic, which alone could be a drag of up to 1.5% to growth in 1Q, according to a recent Bank of America report.

Nov 26 08:29

GM recalling 7 million vehicles for airbag problems after losing fight with safety regulator

GM is recalling 7 million pickups and SUVs worldwide with airbags made by the same manufacturer whose airbags are linked to at least 17 deaths in the United States.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ordered a US recall on Monday, rejecting GM's argument that this version of the airbags didn't need to be replaced.

The recall centers on a defect in airbags made by Takata, a now-bankrupt Japanese manufacturer, that caused the bags to explode, spraying shrapnel through the vehicle. In addition to the deaths, other drivers or passengers have been blinded or maimed.

Nov 24 16:23

The U.S. Dollar Is Being Systematically Destroyed, And We Are On A Path That Inevitably Leads To Hyperinflation

If we keep treating the U.S. dollar like it is toilet paper, it is just a matter of time before our entire financial system goes down the tubes. At this moment, the dollar is still the primary reserve currency of the world, and the fact that we control it is an absolutely massive advantage for us. Because the rest of the globe uses dollars to trade with one another, that creates a tremendous amount of artificial demand for our currency, and it keeps the value of our currency elevated at a level that it much higher than it otherwise would be. But now that we are starting to act like the Weimar Republic in their heyday, it is only going to be a matter of time before everyone else on the planet starts abandoning the U.S. dollar in droves. We are literally killing our “golden goose”, and most Americans do not even understand what is happening.

Nov 21 06:57

Scaring young moms for fun and profit

Nov 21 06:36

Docs for sale: US government issues rare fraud alert as Big Pharma spends billions bribing medics to prescribe their drugs

Health officials hope the move will push the drug giants to end their lucrative, thinly veiled ‘speaker programs’ for favored doctors. Fat chance – it’s too profitable a business for them, even though the social costs are huge.

For the first time since 2014, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has issued a rare special fraud alert highlighting allegations that major pharmaceutical companies have been throwing billions at doctors as part of questionable ‘speaker programs’.

Nov 20 06:59

Bill Gates briefed CIA on how to lobotomize Christian fundamentalists, religious “fanatics,” using vaccine that alters VMAT2 “God” gene

Billionaire and eugenicist Bill Gates briefed agents with the Central Intelligence Agency back in April of 2005 giving them details on how to eliminate what he calls the “fanatic” gene from the brains of Christian fundamentalists and other individuals that the government deems a threat and wishes to mentally lobotomize and oppress.

A 49-year-old Gates told agents during the Project FUNVAC briefing that the human VMAP2 gene, also known as the “God gene,” can be altered using a vaccine.

Gates was able to map out notate a rather drastic difference in expression between to sample sets of human test subjects which he referred to as sample sets A and B during the briefing.

“So, our hypothesis is that these are fanatical people that have over expression of the VMAP2 gene and by vaccinating them against this we will eliminate this behavior,” gates told agents.

Nov 19 13:06

What Do Miralax And Antifreeze Have In Common?

O.K., so if you are thinking; "Why do they use the same substance in anti-freeze that they use in a drug that is supposedly prescribed to help me?", you are right on track. Now let's talk about what this chemical substance is, and what it may be doing to your body.

First of all let me be perfectly clear, ethylene glycol according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is a very toxic substance. It is broken down in the body into more toxic chemicals. These chemicals can affect the central nervous system, the heart and the kidneys ( https://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/csem/csem.asp?csem=12&po=10 ). There are also neurotoxic affects associated with ethylene glycol. The manifestations of these specific neurotoxic affects may take the form of autism, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, as well as depression, and schizophrenia.

Nov 18 11:24

Israeli Company Wants To Play Music Inside Your Head With Directed Sound Technology Without Headphones

By Aaron Kesel

A new technology called “sound beaming” developed by Noveto Systems allows listeners to hear music or sound without wearing headphones.

All that is needed is a simple device which tracks the ear and sends it audio using ultrasonic waves, creating personal listening experiences inside of a sound bubble, Times Of Israel reported.

The technology allows listeners to listen to music, play a game, or watch a movie without disturbing anyone else. That being said, unless you are within the distance of the device you won’t be able to hear sounds.

While this application is new, the concept has a much darker history...

Nov 18 09:19

Boeing 737 Max given approval to fly again by US regulators FAA’s move comes after plane was grounded in March 2019 following two fatal crashes

Wed 18 Nov 2020 13.30 GMT: US regulators have approved Boeing’s 737 Max to fly once more, 20 months after the manufacturer’s bestselling plane was grounded following two fatal crashes caused by design flaws.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rescinded an order grounding the aircraft, in a move that could allow the planes to fly again before the end of the year.

The regulator still must approve new training programmes for pilots before the 737 Max will be able to fly again.

However, the confirmation from the regulator that it deems the plane safe is the key step towards allowing the planes back in the air. The European Aviation Safety Agency, the other key regulator in global aviation, has also indicated that it is likely to give approval to the plane soon, meaning a return to the skies is imminent.

Nov 18 08:46

Boeing 737 Max given approval to fly again by US regulators FAA’s move comes after plane was grounded in March 2019 following two fatal crashes

Wed 18 Nov 2020 13.30 GMT: US regulators have approved Boeing’s 737 Max to fly once more, 20 months after the manufacturer’s bestselling plane was grounded following two fatal crashes caused by design flaws.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has rescinded an order grounding the aircraft, in a move that could allow the planes to fly again before the end of the year.

The regulator still must approve new training programmes for pilots before the 737 Max will be able to fly again.

However, the confirmation from the regulator that it deems the plane safe is the key step towards allowing the planes back in the air. The European Aviation Safety Agency, the other key regulator in global aviation, has also indicated that it is likely to give approval to the plane soon, meaning a return to the skies is imminent.

Nov 17 19:38

Study Shows Electric Cars Become Practically Useless In Cold Weather

According to recent studies, cold temperatures significantly reduce the performance of electric cars, especially when it comes to battery life.

One study by AAA suggested that cold temperatures can reduce the range of the batteries in most electric cars by over 40 percent. It was also noted that the performance can be even worse when the interior heaters are used.

However, even electric car owners who live in hot regions are not safe, because high temperatures can also reduce battery range, although to a far lesser degree.

Nov 17 12:04

Isabel Marant: Designer apologises for Mexican appropriation

French fashion designer Isabel Marant has apologised after the Mexican government accused her of appropriating traditional indigenous patterns.

Mexican Culture Minister Alejandra Frausto Guerrero said she used the styles without acknowledgment.

One cape appears to use a pattern unique to the Purepecha community of northwestern Michoacan state. It is on the label's site for €490 (£440; $582).

Nov 15 07:38

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine trials showed ‘severe’ side effects, ‘fever and aches’

Mere days after Pfizer announced its new “90% effective” coronavirus vaccine, reports have emerged about “severe” side effects volunteers for the vaccine trial experienced, including fevers and headaches.

According to the British Daily Mail, Carrie, one of the 43,538 participants in Pfizer’s vaccine trial, “said she suffered a headache, fever and aches all over her body, comparable to the flu jab, with the first one. But after the second these became ‘more severe.’”

The Pfizer vaccine will be administered in two doses three weeks apart.

Glenn Deshields, another participant, “said he suffered side effects not dissimilar to a ‘severe hangover.’” The man from Texas said he believes “he received the vaccine because when he had an antibody test with doctors it came back positive.”

Nov 15 07:36

Pfizer Vaccine Side Effects Are Worse Than the Virus for Young People

Pfizer is expected to seek federal permission to release its Covid-19 vaccine by the end of November, a move that holds promise for quelling the pandemic but also sets up a tight time frame to make sure consumers understand what it will mean to get the shots.

The vaccine, and likely most others, will require two doses to work, injections that must be given weeks apart, company protocols show. Scientists anticipate that the shots will cause enervating flu-like side effects — including sore arms, muscle aches and fever — that could last days and temporarily sideline some people from work or school. And even if a vaccine proves 90 percent effective, the rate Pfizer touted for its product, 1 in 10 recipients would still be vulnerable. That means, at least in the short term, as population-level immunity grows, people can’t stop social distancing and throw away their masks.

Nov 14 09:27

Court Ruling Allows Utility Customers to Refuse “Smart” Meters

By B.N. Frank

People worldwide DO NOT WANT “Smart” Meters – electric, gas, and water. Tens of millions have been installed and millions more are planned despite all their problems – electrical issues, fires, explosions, measurement errors, serious cybersecurity risks, and more.

Unlike original analog meters, “Smart” Meters are 2-way transmitting which causes them to emit very high levels of harmful electromagnetic radiation that can make people and animals sick. They DO NOT save meaningful amounts of energy and customer rates are usually increased for their installation and frequent replacement.

Now Pennsylvania utility customers finally have the right to refuse them...

Nov 13 07:56

New device puts music in your head — no headphones required

Imagine a world where you move around in your own personal sound bubble. You listen to your favorite tunes, play loud computer games, watch a movie or get navigation directions in your car — all without disturbing those around you.

That’s the possibility presented by “sound beaming,” a new futuristic audio technology from Noveto Systems, an Israeli company. On Friday it will debut a desktop device that beams sound directly to a listener without the need for headphones.

The company provided The Associated Press with an exclusive demo of the desktop prototype of its SoundBeamer 1.0 before its launch Friday.

Nov 13 07:17

School lunch company produced juice with high levels of arsenic and toxins: report

November 11,2020: A company that supplied a federal school lunch program sold juice with high levels of arsenic and used rotten fruit in their product, the Food and Drug Administration charged in a new lawsuit, according to a report.

In the suit, which was filed in federal court in Washington state against the company Valley Processing, food safety inspectors said they found high levels of arsenic in 17 batches of apple juice and two batches of pear juice during a 2019 inspection, The New York Times reported.

Investigators also found high levels of a toxin produced by rotting or moldy apples and pears in the company’s juice, according to the report.

Instead of fixing the problem, according to the suit, the company changed its standards and produced more juice that had been made from rotting fruit.

FDA inspectors saw more than 40 rotting apples pass through a sorting process while observing the company, according to the suit.

Nov 12 11:26

Listen up, iPhone users: Apple smartphones are emitting TWICE the reported radiofrequency radiation

Many of us use our smartphones more than we’d like, but if you thought being in a constant state of stress was the main danger of these devices, we have some bad news for you. An investigation carried out by the Chicago Tribune found that the radiofrequency radiation that is emitted by several popular smartphones, including several models of Apple’s iPhone, exceeded the legal limits put in place by the FCC.

The report was carried out using accredited lab tests designed to mimic human tissue. In addition to the iPhones, they also tested phone models from Motorola and Samsung.

The FCC’s current radiation standards for cell phones have a limit of 1.6 watts per kilogram when averaged over 1 gram of tissue. Nearly all of the phones that were tested by the Tribune were well over that amount at 2 millimeters – which is approximately the distance that a person’s phone would be situated away from their body while placed inside their pocket.

Nov 12 06:41

Sneaky Names For MSG (Check Your Labels!)

The dangers and prevalence of MSG will shock you! This flavor enhancer is linked to a host of health issues, including fibromyalgia, obesity, fatty liver, high insulin and blood sugar, high cholesterol, liver toxicity, metabolic syndrome, high blood pressure, disturbance to the gut-brain connection, neurological and brain damage.

The danger lies in that MSG is almost impossible to avoid.

Why? The reason is twofold:

1. There are over 40 different ingredients that manufacturers use, that all have MSG.

2. It is not just a flavor enhancing additive – it is a natural by-product of processing proteins. These MSG by-products are found in many of your favorite organic health foods.

Keep reading to discover how to avoid this insidious poison.

Nov 12 06:32

Pfizer CEO sells $5.6mn of stock on record surge the day he praised Covid-19 vaccine’s 90% effectiveness, denies insider trading

CEO Albert Bourla sold off 60 percent of his shares in drugmaker Pfizer the day its stock price peaked following a favorable report on the effectiveness of its Covid-19 vaccine – but the company insists the sale was kosher.

Pfizer defended its CEO’s sale of 132,508 shares on Monday at near-peak value, claiming in a statement on Wednesday that the trade had been set up back in August as “part of Dr. Bourla’s personal financial planning” in keeping with a pre-established plan allowing “major shareholders and insiders of exchange-listed corporations to trade a predetermined number of shares at a predetermined time.”

Nov 11 08:41

Fire bell: Amazon-owned Ring recalls 350,000 smart doorbells sold in the US and Canada after reports of them overheating an bursting into flames

After receiving complaints of property damage and 'minor burns', the company has recalled units of its £89 second-generation video doorbell, released this year.

The doorbell’s battery can overheat when the incorrect screws are used for installation, posing fire and burn hazards, according to a notice posted by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

The issue affects about 350,000 units sold in the US and another 8,700 sold in Canada, and UK users are unaffected, Amazon told MailOnline.

Nov 08 17:58

Developing: Nancy Pelosi’s Chief of Staff Is Chief Executive and Feinstein’s Husband a Major Shareholder at Dominion Ballot Counting Systems

Maria Bartiromo: I’ve also seen reports that Nancy Pelosi’s longtime Chief of Staff is a key executive of that company. Richard Bloom, Senator Feinstein’s husband is a significant shareholder of this company.

Nov 06 00:06

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT - TRUMP PLANNED THIS WHOLE THING - HE WON THE ELECTION!!!


Interview with Steve Pieczenik: "We watermarked every ballot with what's called the QFS block chain encryption code".

Nov 05 14:50

The COMPLETE OPPOSITE of a MacBook - System 76 Oryx Pro


"The Apple of the Linux world". -- Anthony Young, presenter of the video.

Nov 04 06:31

Bayer takes more than $10 BILLION write-down over Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer

German pharmaceutical giant Bayer said it’s facing a double hit from a higher legal bill for claims relating to weed killer Roundup and €9.25 billion ($10.8 billion) in impairments on Monsanto-related agriculture businesses.

According to the company, the write-downs were driven by weaker demand from farmers due to low biofuel prices and an increase of about $750 million in the costs of settlement terms with US plaintiffs over Roundup. As a result, the losses before interest and tax amounted to €9.4 billion ($10.9 billion) in the third quarter.

“The impact of the (coronavirus) pandemic is placing additional strain on our Crop Science Division. We are also facing negative currency effects,” Chief Financial Officer Wolfgang Nickl said as quoted by Reuters.

Nov 03 13:20

Type 2 diabetes drug metformin recalled due to contamination with possible carcinogen

Two lots of a widely used type 2 diabetes medication, metformin, are being recalled due to possible contamination with a potentially cancer-causing compound. Metformin is designed to lower glucose levels.

Nostrum Laboratories Inc., based in Kansas City, Missouri, announced Monday that it is voluntarily recalling its metformin HCl extended release tablets, USP 750 mg, according to a recall posted by the US Drug & Food Administration.
Testing revealed levels of nitrosamine, or NDMA, above acceptable limits in the recalled tablets.

The chemical NDMA is considered a possible carcinogen by the US Environmental Protection Agency. It's an organic chemical used to make liquid rocket fuel and it can be a byproduct of manufacturing, including pharmaceutical manufacturing. It's also found in water and foods, including meats, dairy and vegetables.

Nov 03 08:53

Bayer’s Costs to Fight Future Roundup Lawsuits Climb

Bayer AG’s legal bills to contain the fallout over the weedkiller Roundup keep rising with costs to handle future lawsuits expected to surge to $2 billion.

The German drugs and chemicals maker is far enough along in talks with U.S. plaintiff attorneys to realize that the outlay will be higher than anticipated in June, it said in a statement Tuesday. Bayer also reported profit and sales that missed estimates as the pandemic hurt demand for key agriculture and pharmaceutical products. The shares fell as much as 3.2%.

Oct 30 06:08

Liability-Free COVID Vaccine Makers Seek Additional ‘Free Pass’ From FDA

The winner of the race for approval of the first COVID-19 vaccine will get a bonus prize — the ability to pull the switch on vaccine production without having to undergo the standard mandatory safety and compliance inspection of its manufacturing facilities.

Current regulations require that before pharmaceutical companies can take their products to market, their manufacturing plants must pass a compliance inspection by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The only way a company can bypass the inspection is if the FDA approves the company’s drug for “emergency” use. The FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization is limited to situations “when there are no adequate, approved and available alternatives.”

Oct 28 12:49

Is that Mask Giving You Lung Cancer? It’s Criminal to Force Children to Wear Masks all Day

END NOTE: The CDC and WHO have acknowledged that asymptomatic people do not spread the virus, so the case for masks for such people is moot in the first place.

Oct 27 08:01

Stop eating cold cuts right now if you live in one of these states

A multi-state outbreak of Listeria has been traced to deli meat, and unfortunately, the illness has already claimed at least one life. The CDC issued a bulletin revealing that a total of 10 hospitalized cases of Listeria infection have been linked to “Italian-style meats” in Florida, Massachusetts, and New York.

So far, all 10 of the people who had to be hospitalized from the sickness were in Florida, though the meats have also apparently made people sick in the other states, just to a lesser degree. The CDC is still working to figure out what common thread exists between the deli meats sold in the various states in the hopes of narrowing it down to a single supplier.

Oct 26 21:45

The Smoking Gun: Where Is the Coronavirus? The CDC Says It Isn’t Available.

"Another way to put it: NO ONE HAS AN ISOLATED SPECIMEN OF THE COVID-19 VIRUS. NO ONE HAS ISOLATED THE COVID-19 VIRUS. THEREFORE, NO ONE HAS PROVED THAT IT EXISTS."

Oct 24 09:39

UK GIVES POLICE ACCESS TO DEPT. OF HEALTH DATA TO ENFORCE SELF-ISOLATION ORDERS

“Your papers, please.” This is a chilling breakdown of personal data privacy, giving the police unprecedented and sweeping access to health data across the UK. This is also happening in the U.S. with Google and Oracle’s tracking vaccine recipients.

Oct 23 00:08

German Neurologist Warns Against Wearing Facemasks: 'Oxygen Deprivation Causes Permanent Neurological Damage'

"The reinhalation of our exhaled air will without a doubt create oxygen deficiency and a flooding of carbon dioxide. We know that the human brain is very sensitive to oxygen deprivation. There are nerve cells for example in the hippocampus that can't be longer than 3 minutes without oxygen - they cannot survive.

Oct 21 07:02

A little known feature of your iPhone is about to completely change how your doctor talks to you

Two NHS trusts have become the first in the UK to allow patients to access their hospital medical records on their iPhones, though Apple's Health app. While it might seem like a small change, it could be the start of major changes to how we talk to our doctors – and how they talk to us.

Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) started offering patients access to their data via the feature earlier this month. Using the Health Records feature within Apple's Health app, patients in the two trusts will be able to view their information including lab results, vitals, allergies, and medications.

For the hospitals, it's a chance to help encourage patients to engage better with their healthcare by getting hold of their data.

Oct 20 07:13

JACK IN THE BOX IS TESTING ITS FIRST SANDWICH WITH PLANT-BASED CHICKEN

Today, fast-food chain Jack in the Box launched the Unchicken Sandwich, its first meatless option, at test locations in Reno, NV and Monterey and Salinas, CA. The sandwich is made with a patty produced by Tyson-owned Raised & Rooted brand. While the retail line of Raised & Rooted contains animal products such as eggs, the bespoke patty at Jack in the Box is completely plant-based, a Tyson spokesperson confirmed to VegNews.

“Jack in the Box is delivering industry leading innovation with the first plant-based chicken sandwich at retail in the US,” Jennifer Kennedy, Chief Product Officer at Jack in the Box, said. “We are excited to meet the growing demand for meatless alternatives with our new Unchicken sandwiches providing indulgent taste, crispy crunch, and savory flavor in a new plant-based option.”

Oct 19 05:10

Dr. Richard Urso: COVID-19 “was a lie from the very beginning. We had treatment from day one!”

Board-certified ophthalmologist Dr. Richard Urso who is also one of America’s Frontline Doctors has been speaking out about successful treatments for COVID-19 and says that the lockdowns and all of it are a bunch of B.S.

The Houston-based doctor who has a background in drug development and has repurposed eight drugs for use on the eye says the recommended treatment for COVID-positive patients made absolutely no sense from the very beginning.

“It never made sense,” he said. “It was clear that we had treatment.”

Oct 18 12:52

Commercial real estate market collapsing due to covid

Along with office spaces, restaurants, and retail, the apartment sector is also plummeting as tenants are unable to pay their rents.

Oct 17 03:50

Chart of iPhones

Oct 15 16:30

How one family’s nightmare illustrates the growing threat of real estate wire fraud

KEY POINTS
Aaron and Lindsey Fisher and their children found their dream home in Northern California. They were all set to close when everything went wrong. They were hit with what is known as real estate wire fraud.
In the growing scheme, hackers infiltrate legitimate email conversations and send fake wiring instructions.

The FBI says the crime is on the rise and criminals have set their sights on high end homes and expensive markets, like New York, Los Angeles and Palm Beach.

According to the FBI, consumers have lost more than $220 million in schemes like this thus far in 2020, a 13% increase from the same period last year.Documents compiled by the Fishers show the fraudsters emailed digital copies of the real closing documents and wire instructions that looked real from the fake email account

Oct 15 14:54

2020 : The Year the Second Amendment Strikes Back

By just about anyone’s account, 2020 has been a year unlike any other. That’s true for the Second Amendment, the firearm industry, and for millions of Americans new to gun ownership. It doesn’t look like that will change any time soon.

Oct 15 14:08

After Partnering With ADL, PlayStation Releases Update to Spy On Users' Voice Chat For 'Violations'

PlayStation's latest update allows users to snitch on fellow players by recording their voice chat so they can be punished for speech "violations."

Oct 15 12:53

Apple customers voice their disgust at fact new $799 iPhone 12 will not include EarPods OR charger - and the 'greedy' tech giant twists the knife by claiming the move is to 'help the environment'

Apple unveiled the new iPhone 12 during a live event Tuesday that is designed with 5G capabilities and a new camera, but leaves out the charger and EarPods – and customers are disgusted by the news.

The tech giant claims the move is to reduce the smartphone’s overall impact on the environment.

However, not only are users paying $799 for the handset, a $200 increase from the iPhone 11, but now they have to also spend nearly $90 to purchase the once free devices.

The tech giant seemed to excitedly announce that users can now purchase the $39 MagSafe Charger and the $49.99 Beats Flex wireless earphones in their place .

Oct 12 05:27

23andMe evolved into a genetic biotech powerhouse

What started out as a genetic ancestry company has transformed into what can only be called a biotech. Before digging into what's going on now we need to preface this with a bit of history. In a story broke on the site you are reading now (Zero Hedge), 23andMe (and other firms) was caught giving the FBI genetic data that went into a database used to finger suspects for crimes:

Just one week ago, we warned that the government — helped by Congress (which adopted legislation allowing police to collect and test DNA immediately following arrests), President Trump (who signed the Rapid DNA Act into law), the courts (which have ruled that police can routinely take DNA samples from people who are arrested but not yet convicted of a crime), and local police agencies (which are chomping at the bit to acquire this new crime-fighting gadget) — was embarking on a diabolical campaign to create a nation of suspects predicated on a massive national DNA database.

Oct 09 15:24

September 2020 NICS and Gun Sales Continue Record Trend

If we extrapolate the trend to the end of the year, there will have been 21.6 million firearms sold in 2020. This requires an average of nearly 2.2 million firearms sold in each of the last three months of 2020.

Oct 06 14:58

Covid-19 has been a boon for the gun industry, which is seeing record sales

While many other industries are suffering due to continued lockdowns and other economic restrictions, the gun industry is booming with both new and repeat customers scrambling to stock up on whatever they can in anticipation of the unknown.

Oct 06 08:15

Johnson & Johnson will pay more than $100MILLION to settle more than 1,000 lawsuits that claim its baby powder caused cancer

The settlement was struck with several law firms and marks the first time the company has settled the bulk of plaintiffs lawyer's cases in the baby powder suits rather than settle individual suits on the eve or during trial.

The deals come seven months since the company last faced a jury reviewing evidence about the cancer risk of its signature talc product.

The drugmaker declined to comment on the Bloomberg report, but reiterated its talc is safe and does not contain asbestos.

'In certain circumstances, we do choose to settle lawsuits, which is done without an admission of liability and in no way changes our position regarding the safety of our products,' the company said in a statement.

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