Aug 26 09:22

What Can We Learn About Covid Tyranny From Australia And Afghanistan?

Op-Ed by Brandon Smith

Despotic people tend to telegraph their future actions like inexperienced fighters tend to telegraph their punches; it’s not as if the intentions of totalitarians are obscured or hard to predict. In some cases they may even believe that they can be as obvious as they wish because they assume no one will ever try to stop them. They’ve been destroying lives for so long they adopt a sense of superiority, as if they are untouchable.

Aug 26 07:27

UN said to be poised to ax whistleblower for exposing Chinese/UN wrongdoing

Aug 26 07:16

Las Vegas Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Wants To Bring Back Segregation — Promises To ‘Make Life HELL for Unvaccinated’

Terry McAuliffe, a Democratic gubernatorial candidate, has promised to ‘make life hell’ for unvaccinated persons in Las Vegas if he is elected.

“We have 93 million Americans today that are not vaccinated. We need to do everything that we possibly can … And I tell my private businesses all the time, I hope you mandate vaccines for people coming in,” he said in a keynote speech to the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Global Health Conference & Exhibition.

“Until we make it hard for people get on planes or go to movie theaters, people just aren’t going to do it … We’re not going door to door, but you make life difficult. If you’re going to come to the HIMSS conference, you got to be vaccinated.”

Aug 26 06:31

The Lies Must Stop

Aug 26 06:23

FBI Raids Detroit City Hall, Homes of Democrat Councilmembers in Federal Corruption Probe (VIDEO)

The FBI on Wednesday raided Detroit City Hall and the homes of Democrat Councilmembers Janee Ayers and Scott Benson

The FBI raid was part of a federal corruption probe that led to a conspiracy to commit bribery charge against Councilman Andre Spivey on July 28.

It is alleged Spivey took over $35,000 in cash bribe payments.

Aug 26 06:21

Election Reform Group VoterGA Sues State of Georgia to Ban Dominion Voting Technology in State Elections

Election reform Group VoterGA sued the State of Georgia this week seeking a ban on Dominion Voting Systems technology in the state.

VoterGA on Tuesday announced joining with State Rep. Philip Singleton in a legal petition to ban Georgia’s Dominion Democracy Suite 5.5 voting system from state elections.

Aug 25 18:55

NYC Unions Protest COVID “Vaccine” Mandate

By Neenah Payne

On August 25, NY Unions For Choice held a protest at City Hall in Manhattan to demonstrate against medical mandates. We were there to cover the event.

There was just a scattering of people when I arrived, but the street was packed by the time I left. My guess is that there were about 500 people.

Kane announced to the crowd that he is leaving his union after 14 years and called on others to do likewise since the unions are not supporting their rights. He said that 2,000 teachers have signed a Google doc to sue NYC about the vaccine mandate.

I was surprised to see the press out in full force with about five cameras. Channels 4 and 7 were there, so it will be interesting to see how they decide to frame their coverage of this event...

Aug 25 15:00

BREAKING: Adam Kinzinger Suffers Devastating Political Blow in His Home State of Illinois

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, self-imagined Trump nemesis and the sobbing simp on Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 committee, just received some devastating political news.

He’s out. Or, that is, he soon will be, after his seat is removed through redistricting in his home state of Illinois.

Aug 25 12:37

Vaccine Mandates and the “Great Reset”

By Philipp Bagus

Pressure on the unvaccinated grows. While the vaccinated in some countries are getting back some of their freedoms taken away by the covid interventions, the unvaccinated are not so well off. They are being targeted for discrimination. Access to public spaces and traveling is being made more difficult for them. In some countries there is even mandatory vaccination for some professions.

But why is the vaccination campaign so important to governments that they are increasing the pressure to such an extent? And who has an interest in the global vaccination campaign?

To answer these questions, it is necessary to analyze the prevalent vaccination narrative and ask who benefits from it. In doing so, the alliance of interests between the state, the media, the pharmaceutical industry, and supranational institutions must be addressed.

Aug 25 12:34

One of the Biggest Welfare State Expansions in US History Just Got Approved By Congress

By Brad Polumbo

It’s another day that ends in y, so, Congress just nonchalantly voted to spend trillions of taxpayer dollars. On Tuesday, the House approved a $3.5 trillion spending resolution on a party-line vote, with Democrats backing the measure and Republicans uniformly opposing it.

“House Democrats passed a $3.5 trillion budget resolution on Tuesday, 220-212, advancing the party’s effort to pass a sweeping economic package that would expand the nation’s social safety net,” Axios reports. “Democrats now will be able to use the budget reconciliation process to pass a bill — likely later this fall — by a simple majority, tackling key priorities like health care, child care and climate change.”..

Aug 25 10:53

Fauci Dodged Military Service During Vietnam

In 1968, newly minted doctor joined NIH to dodge medical service with the U.S. military.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, has become quite the celebrity in America. Even so, as the COVID-19 pandemic winds down, key aspects of Fauci’s career remain largely unknown to the people.

Fauci earned a medical degree at Cornell in 1966 but if he ever practiced medicine it was only for a short time. As Raymond S. Greenberg explains at Historynet.com, the mid-1960s were the days of “a compulsory draft of American physicians,” to serve in military hospitals in Vietnam. …

Aug 25 10:43

Ingraham: 'Joe's secret Taliban deal' must be investigated

Aug 25 10:42

Chicago Inspector General: Police Use ShotSpotter to Justify Illegal Stop-and-Frisks

By Matthew Guariglia and Adam Schwartz

The Chicago Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has released a highly critical report on the Chicago Police Department’s use of ShotSpotter, a surveillance technology that relies on a combination of artificial intelligence and human “acoustic experts” to purportedly identify and locate gunshots based on a network of high-powered microphones located on some of the city’s streets. The OIG report finds that “police responses to ShotSpotter alerts rarely produce evidence of a gun-related crime, rarely give rise to investigatory stops, and even less frequently lead to the recovery of gun crime-related evidence during an investigatory stop.” This indicates that the technology is ineffective at fighting gun crime and inaccurate. This finding is based on the OIG’s quantitative analysis of more than 50,000 records over a 17-month period from the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and the city’s 911 dispatch center.

Aug 25 10:25

Families of cops murdered in 1981 robbery blast Cuomo for granting killer clemency

Relatives of the two cops killed in the infamous 1981 Brinks armored car heist in Rockland County blasted former Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday for his last-minute decision to give one of the murderers a shot at parole.

“I think it’s an atrocity,” said Mary Crowley, the sister of slain Nyack police Sgt. Edward O’Grady.

“I think it was his final nod to how he feels about the people of New York.”

Rockland County Commissioner of Human Rights Constance Frazier, a cousin of slain Nyack Police Officer Waverly “Chipper” Brown, also said, “My family is devastated.”

“Chippy is never coming back. O’Grady is never coming back. [Slain Brinks guard Peter] Paige is never coming back,” she said.

Aug 25 10:21

And They Wonder Why We Despise Them

Larry Elder is a black radio talk show host running to replace California Governor Gavin Newsome if he is recalled in the vote scheduled for September 14. During the campaign, he has said the same sensible things he has been saying for years on the radio. Nothing more enrages our self-style betters than a black man who doesn’t step and fetch the way they think he should, so they have opened fire.

Last Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times published an article by Jean Guerrero, best known for her sensitive and nuanced portrayal of Trump advisor Stephen Miller called Hatemonger. Beginning with the headline, “If Larry Elder is Elected, Life Will Get Harder for Black and Latino Californians,” Miss Guerrero tucks into Mr. Elder with everything she learned for her master’s degree in Creative [sic] Nonfiction. In the first sentence, she writes that Mr. Elder “isn’t afraid to deny the reality of systemic racism by maligning Black people.”

Aug 25 10:20

Mission Accomplished

It took America 15 years to airlift its whipped, arrogant ass out of Vietnam; in Afghanistan it took 20. All the young men and women our diseased, criminal “leaders” doomed to be killed, mangled, or commit suicide in or after those fake, bullshit “wars” were, in effect, shit-canned by them like rotten meat. Trillions that should have educated, inspired, and nurtured them were wasted and stolen by our rabid, raping Capitalist War Machine.

After 20 years of blustering, pious deception, colluded in by the hillbilly ninnies laughingly referred to as our government, led by four despicable Presidents—as contemptible a set of moral and spiritual monsters as could be dredged up from the foetid latrines of history—this hideous charade can be seen for what it was: a brazen scam to engorge our Death Merchants with blood money.

Aug 25 10:07

Disgraced ex-governor of New York Cuomo stripped of Emmy & ERASED from award history

The 2020 International Emmy given to Andrew Cuomo for his Covid-19 briefings was apparently only good while the Democrat served as governor of New York. Less than a day after his resignation went into effect, it was revoked.

On Tuesday, the New York-based International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that “in light of the New York Attorney General’s report, and Andrew Cuomo’s subsequent resignation as Governor, it is rescinding his special 2020 International Emmy Award.”

“His name and any reference to his receiving the award will be eliminated from International Academy materials going forward,” they added.

Aug 25 08:57

Ann Coulter On Chesa Boudin: How To Get Into Harvard Without Good S.A.T. Scores—Have Communist Terrorist Parents!

If you’re looking for a shortcut to get your kid into a prestigious college, but your little one doesn’t have high enough cheekbones to claim to be an Indian, consider the petal-strewn path of the newly elected San Francisco district attorney, Chesa Boudin.

Chesa’s sparkling credentials are: He is the son of celebrated cop-killers Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert! That was enough to win him admission to Yale, Oxford and Yale Law School.

His mother consciously parlayed her way to success by becoming a violent revolutionary after realizing that she wasn’t going to set the world on fire with her SAT and LSAT scores.

Aug 25 08:22

We Are Witnessing Incompetence On A Colossal Scale Throughout Our Society

These days, it is a surprise when someone actually does something competently. It is often said that if you want something done right you have got to do it yourself, and today that is more true than ever. Just think about it. How often have you had a delivery delayed or messed up? How often have you had someone supposedly “fix” something but it isn’t actually fixed? How often have you purchased something that breaks shortly thereafter? And don’t even get me started on the complete and utter incompetence that we see in the tech industry. How hard could it possibly be to release a piece of software that is not riddled with all sorts of nightmarish bugs that need to be “patched” as soon as possible?

Sadly, in our upside down society some of the most incompetent people that you can imagine end up running entire organizations, and if you are particularly corrupt and useless you may get to be a politician.

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Aug 25 08:05

On His Last Day, Sexual Assaulter Cuomo Granted Clemency to Soros-Linked Terrorist Who Murdered Police Officers

On his final day in office, sexual assault predator Andrew Cuomo awarded pardon to a violent terrorist and killer with ties to billionaire George Soros in his closing hours as governor of New York.

Cuomo surreptitiously commuted the sentence of jailed dangerous killer David Gilbert shortly before being dragged out of office.

Gilbert is the father of Chesa Boudin – the far-left San Francisco district attorney who is heavily funded by Soros.

Boudin, who is facing recall efforts over his deeply unpopular and un-American policies, had lobbied for his father’s release.

“On the eve of my first child’s birth, my father, David Gilbert, has been granted clemency,” Boudin boasted in a statement to The Associated Press.

“Although he never used a gun or intended for anyone to get hurt, my father’s crime caused unspeakable harm and devastated the lives of many separate families,” Boudin said.

Aug 25 07:58

WATCH: President Trump Releases DEVASTATING Ad Tearing Apart ‘Taliban Joe’ For His Utter Failures

On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump released a blistering new campaign-style ad highlighting Taliban Joe’s failed withdrawal from Afghanistan, which featured both clips of Biden speaking to the press and news clips, as well as video from people still trapped in Afghanistan as Americans desperately try to flee the Taliban.

The video includes viral footage of Biden collapsing while attempting to ascend stairs, harrowing footage of a man sliding off a departing American plane at Kabul airport, and unsettling sounds and photos of Afghan civilians stuck in fear of the Taliban “coming to kill us.”

Aug 25 07:52

House Democrats Adopt $3.5T Budget Blueprint

Update (1632ET): After striking a deal to quell party infighting, House Democrats on Thursday adopted the massive $3.5 trillion budget blueprint by a vote of 220-212 along party lines.

The vote allows Democrats to adopt a rule allowing them to immediately begin work on the legislation, and will require the lower chamber to take up the Senate-passed $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill no later than Sept. 27.

As The Hill notes, the rule also clears the way for the House to vote later Tuesday on legislation to restore a portion of the 1965 Voting Rights Act which required localities with 'histories of voter suppression' to receive federal clearance before making changes to election laws.

Aug 25 07:40

Court Rules Judicial Watch Lawsuit Can Proceed against Colorado Officials to Force Cleanup of State’s Voter Rolls

Judicial Watch announced today that a federal court ruled its lawsuit can proceed against Colorado officials to force a cleanup of the state’s voter rolls.

Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit October 5, 2020, in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado on behalf of itself and three residents of Colorado against Jena Griswold, Colorado Secretary of State, and the State of Colorado for failing to clean the state’s voter rolls as required by the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA).

The court’s recent ruling to allow Judicial Watch’s claims to proceed came after Colorado’s motion to dismiss the case, which the court denied in all key respects.

The court ruled that the individual plaintiffs have standing to sue based on the fact that “noncompliance with the NVRA undermines the individual plaintiffs’ confidence in the integrity of the electoral process and discourages their participation [in elections].”

Aug 25 07:32

Defense contractors spent big in Afghanistan before the U.S. left and the Taliban took control

In the months leading up to the U.S. ending its 20-year war in Afghanistan and the Taliban gaining control of the country, major defense companies were awarded contracts in Afghanistan worth hundreds of millions of dollars and spent tens of millions lobbying the federal government on defense issues.

The Department of Defense issued nearly $1 billion dollars in contracts to 17 companies related to work in Afghanistan that was set to continue past the May 1 withdrawal date.

It’s unclear what will happen with some of those contracts as the U.S. evacuates operations in Afghanistan.

Texas-based defense contractor and construction firm Fluor received contracts of at least $85 million this year for work in Afghanistan. The company recently said it will “continue to do everything we can to repatriate all employees required to leave Afghanistan.” Fluor spent over $1.4 million on lobbying in the first half of 2021, around $115,000 more than the firm spent in the same period in 2020.

Aug 25 07:18

After 1,517,211 Injuries and 9,027 Recorded Vaccine Deaths in the U.S. FDA Gives Full Approval to Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine

After 1,517,211 injuries and 9,027 deaths following the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines recorded in the U.S. Government’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), the FDA today gave full approval to the Pfizer COVID-19 injections for people over the age of 16.

Besides the U.S. VAERS, the British Yellow Card reporting system for injuries and deaths following COVID-19 vaccines reports 501 deaths and 293,779 injuries following Pfizer COVID-19 injections. (Source.)

EudraVigilance, the European Union database of suspected drug reaction reports for COVID-19 vaccines, reports 10,616 deaths and 833,498 injuries following Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.

Aug 25 07:06

Pfizer Seeking Full Indemnification

Aug 25 06:29

EXCLUSIVE: Glum and glummer! Hillary and Bill take beach walk during annual Hamptons getaway but there's no escape from the past as FX's Impeachment: American Crime Story is set to bring the Monica Lewinsky scandal roaring back

He's just celebrated his 75th birthday but it looks like the party is well and truly over for Bill Clinton.

Seen in these exclusive pictures obtained by DailyMail.com, the former president and wife Hillary, 73, looked more like glum and glummer than a couple enjoying the Hampton's sunshine when they went for a stroll on the beach earlier on Tuesday.

And perhaps it's little wonder. Because, while the Clintons have long since enjoyed an annual getaway to the Hamptons town of Amagansett, there is no escaping the past.

Aug 25 06:10

Tucker: Is there a corporation in the US faker than Patagonia?

Aug 25 06:10

Gavin Newsom has done 'horrific' job in California: Ingraham

Aug 25 06:05

Cuomo Stripped of Emmy Due to Harassment and Resignation, but Not Nursing Home Deaths

The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences gave former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo the International Emmy Founders Award for his daily COVID-19 press briefings during the pandemic.

The organization took it away on Tuesday “in light of the New York Attorney General’s report, and Andrew Cuomo’s subsequent resignation as Governor, it is rescinding his special 2020 International Emmy Award. His name and any reference to his receiving the award will be eliminated from International Academy materials going forward.”

Not a single word about the fact that Cuomo’s March 25, 2020, directive forced nursing homes to take in infected elderly patients.

The New York State Bar Association concluded Cuomo’s policy “did lead to more deaths.” Stacey quoted the report:

Aug 25 06:04

Cuomo Grants Clemency to Weather Underground Member and Four Other Convicted Murderers

Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo granted four convicted murderers clemency on his way out of office:

“The march towards a more fair, more just, more equitable, and more empathetic New York State is a long one, but every step forward we can take it worthwhile and important,” Gov. Cuomo said. “These clemencies make clear the power of redemption, encourage those who have made mistakes to engage in meaningful rehabilitation, and show New Yorkers that we can work toward a better future. I thank all the volunteer attorneys representing clemency applicants for their dedication and service to justice.”

Let’s start with 76-year-old David Gilbert. Cuomo’s clemency makes Gilbert eligible for parole.

David Gilbert is the father of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin. He had Chesa with his then-partner Kathy Boudin.

David Gilbert was also a member of the Weather Underground, the domestic terrorist group responsible for the 1981 Brink’s armored car robbery in New York.

Aug 24 14:59

JUST IN: House Democrats break internal impasse to adopt $3.5T budget plan

Aug 24 13:34

House delays vote to advance Biden’s economic agenda as centrist Democrats derail Pelosi’s plans

The House scrapped a planned vote to advance two key economic proposals as centrist Democrats and party leaders failed to break a stalemate over how to proceed with President Joe Biden’s sprawling economic agenda.

The chamber will reconvene at noon ET on Tuesday as Democrats try to strike a deal to move forward with legislation they see as an economic boon and a lifeline for households. House Democrats hope to take a procedural vote as soon as early Tuesday afternoon.

Biden’s domestic policy goals, and his party’s push to retain control of Congress in next year’s midterms, could hinge on whether Democrats find a compromise.

Aug 24 13:19

Gavin Newsom Is in Trouble. Could He Take Biden with Him?

Arnold Schwarzenegger was right. In March, no one thought that Governor Gavin Newsom had to worry about the Republican-led recall campaign against him. Back then, Newsom called the recall a “distraction,” waving it off as a pandemic hobby for anti-vaxxers and Trump goons. But Schwarzenegger, who was elected governor after the recall of Democrat Gray Davis in 2003, told Politico’s Carla Marinucci that, actually, Newsom had reason for concern. It doesn’t matter that Democrats outnumbered Republicans in California by a 2:1 margin, Schwarzenegger said, or that the state’s once-healthy Republican Party had shriveled into a reactionary collection of racist surfer dads in Orange County and MAGA Facebook moms in Modesto. What mattered, he argued, was the perception that Californians are working hard, with many falling behind because of the coronavirus pandemic, while the government in Sacramento fiddled. “That’s what I see as the similarities from 2003,” Schwarzenegger concluded.

Aug 24 12:11

FDA Takes Only Months to Approve Pfizer Jab Yet Cannabis Remains Schedule 1 Despite Centuries of Data

By Matt Agorist

Since Dec. 11, 2020, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine has been available under the Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorization in individuals 16 years of age and older, and the authorization was expanded to include those 12 through 15 years of age on May 10, 2021. On August 23, 2021, it was granted full approval by the FDA.

The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine now becomes the fastest created, deployed and subsequently approved vaccination in history. Previously, the fastest vaccine to go from development to deployment was the mumps vaccine in the 1960s, which took about four years.

The swift approval of the vaccine illustrates just how fast the government can react if it wants to do so. On the contrary, however, there have been hundreds if not thousands of studies on the benefits of cannabis to safely treat multiple ailments and diseases, spanning the course of centuries, yet the FDA has failed to approve its use for anything.

Aug 24 10:36

Update — Maricopa Audit delayed as Cyber Ninja team ‘quite sick’ with Covid…

Maricopa County election report draft will not be delivered in full to the Arizona Senate today as expected.

Aug 24 10:33

Macroeconomic Data Is a Tool for Government Intervention

By Frank Shostak

It is common for commentators and economists to refer to something called the “economy,” which sometimes performs well and at other times poorly. The “economy” is presented as a living entity apart from individuals.

For example, various experts report that the “economy” grew by such and such percentage, or that the widening in the trade deficit threatens the “economy.” What do they mean by the term “economy”? Does such an entity actually exist?

Within this framework of thinking, the “economy” is assigned a paramount importance while individuals are barely mentioned...

Aug 24 08:08

Center for Election Integrity’s Ken Blackwell Says HR 4 Is ‘Another Unconstitutional Effort to Take Power Away from States’

Ken Blackwell, chairman of America First Policy Institute’s Center for Election Integrity (CEI), blasted HR 4, also known as the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, as “another unconstitutional effort to take power away from states and federalize our elections,” on Monday.

Aug 24 08:05

California State Audit Report Highlights Mismanagement Under Gavin Newsom

A report released by the California State Auditor last week highlights glaring problems of mismanagement in key state agencies under the control of Gov. Gavin Newsom (D), providing a grim assessment as he faces a recall election Sep. 14.

The report, required by law, warns of agencies that pose a “high risk to the state.” Auditor Elaine M. Howle summarized:

Aug 24 07:38

Liberty Counsel: FDA approval doesn't mean Pfizer shots are 'safe'

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for general delivery to adults in the United States – a step up from the "experimental" designation it had held for the months it already has been given to people.

But that doesn't mean it's "safe," according to a detailed report from Liberty Counsel, a legal team that specializes in religious and human rights cases.

Aug 24 06:28

'We Must Not Squander Our Majority': Pelosi Assembles House Dems As Infighting Threatens To Derail Trillions In Spending

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has called House Democrats to meet as infighting between progressives and moderates threaten to derail their $4.1 trillion economic agenda.

At issue is Pelosi's insistence that the $550 billion infrastructure bill be paired with a $3.5 trillion budget resolution - a move which moderates such as Joe Manchin (D-WV) have opposed, and are instead insisting that the infrastructure bill be passed immediately - separate from the budget resolution.

Aug 24 05:56

The Evil That Men Do Lives After Them

If you want to know how the United States wound up with “government by stupid” one need only look no farther than some of the recent propaganda put out by members of Congress, senior military officers and a certain former president. President George W. Bush, who started the whole sequence of events that have culminated in the disaster that is Afghanistan, is not yet in prison, but one can always hope.