October 07, 2022

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'Covid-19 vaccines' crisis: 11 million adverse effects
A group of more than 400 doctors, scientists and professionals from more than 34 countries signed a declaration which states there is an international medical crisis due to “diseases and death associated with the ‘Covid-19 vaccines.’ ” Read More.
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Sen. Hawley grills TikTok exec: ‘Walking security nightmare' and no 'straight answers'
Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley on Wednesday grilled TikTok Chief Operating Officer Vanessa Pappas over whether members of the Chinese Communist Party had access to the platform's U.S. user data. Read More.
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UN Assembly opens amid widening global turbulence
Presidents, Prime Ministers, Potentates and Kings have assembled in New York for the opening sessions of the 77th UN General Assembly. The annual event, which was sidelined and subdued by the COVID pandemic, seems to be back in stride but lacking a bit of the buzz and expectations of previous years. Read More.
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Reports: DOJ plan would federalize 2022 midterms
Democrats' attempts to federalize elections was shot down in the Senate earlier this year. Now, critics warn, Team Biden's Department of Justice has decided to circumvent Congress and grab election authority away from the states by fiat. Read More.
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Durham: FBI paid 'confidential' source for 'Russian disinformation'
In a new court filing on Tuesday evening, Special Prosecutor John Durham revealed that the primary source for Christopher Steele's bogus Trump-Russia dossier, Igor Danchenko, had been a paid FBI confidential human source (CHS). Read More.
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Facebook snitched to FBI on 2020 election questioners
The thought police at Facebook reported users of the social media platform who questioned the validity of the 2020 election to the FBI, a report said. Read More.
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Another Canadian doctor dies 'suddenly'
A Canadian cardiologist died "suddenly" on Saturday, reportedly due to cardiac arrest during a cycling event in Quebec. Read More.
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Hunter pleads poverty over payments for Joe Biden's unwanted grandchild
Hunter Biden may not have set up a GoFundMe account but in a court filing he blamed his "financial circumstances" in asking that his child support payments to his baby mama Lunden Roberts be reduced. Read More.
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Judge: Delaware can't use mail-in ballots in Nov. election
As Democrat-led legislatures throughout the U.S. ram through bills to codify massive distribution of mail-in ballots for this year's midterms, a judge in Delaware on Wednesday ruled vote-by-mail violates the state’s constitution and cannot be used in the November election. Read More.
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'Godfather IV'? FBI seizes Lindell's phone at a Hardee's drive-thru
In another surreal scene from the ongoing national drama likened by a NY Post columnist to the baptism murders in "The Godfather," My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell said FBI agents surrounded his car at a Hardee's drive-thru in Minnesota Tuesday. Read More.
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WEF's protein 'reset': Bugs and lab-grown 'meat'
Supporters of the Great Reset and Klaus Schwab's World Economic Forum are demanding that the Earth's non-elite human inhabitants ditch their "unsustainable" traditional whole food diets in favor of Genetically Modified Foods (GMOs) along with protein alternatives made from insects and created in labs. Read More.
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Like the U.S., Israel is embracing authoritarianism
The move toward authoritarian governance is not restricted to Washington, D.C., analysts say. Israel, which receives billions of dollars in aid from the U.S., is leaning more and more in the authoritarian direction. Read More.
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MAGA rolls in NH; Democrat won't debate Lake in AZ
Two MAGA candidates, one a 25-year-old up-and-coming star and the other a retired Army brigadier general, won Tuesday's New Hampshire Republican primaries for the U.S. House and Senate. Read More.
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CCP celebrates anti-U.S. governor’s win in Okinawa
Communist leaders in Beijing were reportedly celebrating the election victory on Sept. 11 of Okinawa Gov. Denny Tamaki, who has adamantly opposed the U.S. troop presence on the Japanese island. Read More.
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'No climate emergency,' Greenpeace co-founder says
The co-founder of Greenpeace said leftists who have hijacked the environmental movement are "primarily focused on creating narratives, stories, that are designed to instill fear and guilt into the public so the public will send them money." Read More.

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