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January 21, 2022

Jan 21 15:53

Alberta's reporting of comorbidities questioned after boy, 14, removed from COVID-19 death count

Nine months after being diagnosed with a Stage 4 brain tumour and two days after his family says he tested positive for COVID-19, Nathanael Spitzer of Ponoka, Alta., died in hospital.

When Dr. Deena Hinshaw told Albertans earlier this week that the 14-year-old had died of COVID-19, the province's chief medical officer of health triggered a wave of controversy over how coronavirus deaths are reported.

Hinshaw told a news conference on Tuesday that the boy had complex, pre-existing medical conditions that contributed to his death. Her comments renewed a debate surrounding Alberta's practice of reporting on comorbidities.

The boy's family publicly called on Hinshaw to retract her statement, suggesting that Nathanael had died of cancer, not COVID-19.

Jan 21 15:51

Supreme Court Weakens First Amendment Right to Film Police in Public

The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a blow to police accountability and the First Amendment right of eyewitnesses to film and photograph police activity in public without fear of retaliation. In refusing to hear an appeal in Crocker v. Beatty, the Supreme Court has let stand a lower court ruling which granted qualified immunity to a police officer who confiscated a bystander’s cell phone, arrested him for resisting an officer, then allegedly punished him for trying to film police activity by locking him in a police car with the air conditioning turned off on a hot Florida afternoon. The Rutherford Institute had filed an amicus brief in support of Crocker, rebutting the Eleventh Circuit’s ruling that eyewitnesses to a highway accident don’t have a clearly established First Amendment right to film police activity.

Jan 21 14:47

U.S. media finally comes around, declares that government false flags are not crazy conspiracy theories after all

While the mainstream outlets have claimed for months any mention of a false flag was nothing more than a baseless conspiracy theory, that now appears to have changed, as reported by Caity Johnstone:

In a drastic pivot from typical denunciations of false flag operations as conspiratorial nonsense that don’t exist outside the demented imagination of Alex Jones, the US political/media class is proclaiming with one voice that Russia is currently orchestrating just such an operation to justify an invasion of Ukraine...

Jan 21 14:47

Neuralink seeks to hire Clinical Trial positions hinting toward imminent human testing

Neuralink, a company owned by Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, is seeking to hire both a Clinical Trial Director and Coordinator, hinting that human testing for its series of brain implantation chips could be imminent.

In August 2020, Musk and Neuralink engineers unveiled the v0.9 device. The small “chip” could be integrated into the human brain to solve a variety of problems, including depression and anxiety, blindness, paralysis, seizures, and other neurological disorders. “It’s like a FitBit in your skull with tiny wires,” Musk half-joked during his presentation. “I could have it right now and you wouldn’t even know. Maybe I do!”

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Jan 21 14:42

McLaughlin Poll: Trump Trounces Hillary Clinton in 2016 Rematch

Hillary Clinton faces long odds in trying to win the Democrat presidential nomination for a second time, let alone the general election, according to a new McLaughlin and Associates survey.

Clinton, defeated by then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016, loses a rematch 51% to 41%, the McLaughlin poll found. That's only slightly better (51%-40%) than Vice President Kamala Harris would do against Trump.

The McLaughlin poll taken Jan. 13-18 also found that Trump defeats President Joe Biden 49% to 44% in a 2020 rematch.

"Buyer's remorse for President Trump is as strong as ever. President Trump dominates the potential GOP primary field," Pollster John McLaughlin told the Washington Examiner.

Jan 21 14:36

Didn't kill himself the first time: Did Epstein really attempt suicide?

US Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) documents released to RT investigative unit The Detail pose serious questions about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged attempt to kill himself while incarcerated in the Metropolitan Correctional Center. The files, released in response to a Freedom of Information request, cast doubt on this key component of the official narrative surrounding his ever-mysterious alleged suicide – namely, did it even happen?

According to the established timeline of events, Epstein was found injured and semi-conscious on the floor of his cell in the early hours of July 23, 2019, 17 days after his imprisonment on charges of child sex trafficking, with marks of an unspecified nature around his neck. Claiming to remember nothing about what happened, his cellmate, former NYPD officer Nicholas Tartaglione – who has coincidentally shared the same legal representation as Epstein’s partner and ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell – likewise pleaded ignorance.

Jan 21 14:13

Kevin McCarthy: ‘We Can Fix This Country … If We Fire Nancy Pelosi’

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s bad week is only getting worse by the day.

Pelosi is embroiled in the controversy surrounding lawmakers and shady trades. She was also mocked on social media for handing out masks to members of Congress that had “made in China” on them.

GOP House Leader Kevin McCarthy is telling voters that in November, they can “retire” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once and for all.

McCarthy spoke on Fox News about November’s midterm elections and the state of the country under Joe Biden in the White House and Democrats controlling both chambers of Congress.

The California Republican said the best thing voters can do is “fire” Pelosi and give Republicans back control of the House.

Jan 21 14:11

Only 10 Percent Of J6 Committee Subpoenas Relate To The Capitol Riot

The House Select Committee established to probe the Capitol riot is not interested in probing the Capitol riot.

According to a Federalist analysis of the 84 subpoenas publicly issued by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Select Committee on Jan. 6, only 8 have targeted individuals or groups with any connection to the Capitol riot. The rest have taken aim at former government officials and private citizens in a smear campaign for exercising their constitutional right to protest.

The 84 subpoenas do not include the more than 100 seeking the telephone records of individuals whose identities remain under seal, both from the public and from those whose privacy the committee seeks to violate.



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Jan 21 14:09

Epidemic of insanity strikes America’s leaders

It must be a hitherto unreported side-effect of the Omicron strain, perhaps a malignant protein activated by the rays of the full moon. America’s political class, Democrat and Republican alike, appear to have gone babbling, barking mad, starting with President Joe Biden, but afflicting his political opponents as well.

Biden’s January 19 press conference drew pity from the global press, with verbal gaffes unlike anything that has escaped the mouth of an American president before. He predicted a Russian military move into Ukraine: “My guess is he will move in. He has to do something.” Russia will be “held accountable if it invades,” Biden said, but added, “It depends on what it does. It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion and we end up having to fight about what to do and not do, et cetera.”

Jan 21 14:09

Facebook Bans Sputnik Arabic “For Security Reasons”

Facebook Bans Sputnik Arabic “For Security Reasons”

FB has banned the page - which has a following of over 2 million - from publishing new posts over alleged "security reasons” - due to potential non-compliance with policies.

After several attempts to get an explanation, the social media platform only confirmed it was blocking "some functions."

Jan 21 13:59

END OF MARKET SUPERBUBBLE?

Jan 21 13:59

France ready to send NATO troops to Romania

The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, announced on Wednesday, January 19, that France would send troops to Romania as part of NATO operations to ensure the security of the eastern alliance states, G4media.ro reported.

The statement comes amid a security crisis on NATO's eastern flank.

"We have sent troops to ensure the security of our European partners in NATO missions, to our friends in the Baltic area, and we will continue to do so. We have shown our readiness to move forward, within NATO, to engage in new missions and to take responsibility for "enhanced advanced presence" missions, especially in Romania. Solidarity with our European friends in NATO," said the French president.

Jan 21 13:57

Russia wants NATO forces to leave Romania, Bulgaria - foreign ministry

The security guarantees that Russia seeks from the West include provisions requiring NATO forces to leave Romania and Bulgaria, the Russian foreign ministry said on Friday.

Jan 21 13:52

UPDATE: Elections Expert Reveals Over 550,000 Registered Voters In Wisconsin Have a Registration Date of 1/1/1918 – 115,252 of Them VOTED in 2020 (VIDEO)

On Wednesday, the Wisconsin Assembly held another election integrity hearing to present evidence of voter fraud and irregularities that have been found in their investigation of the rigged 2020 election.

And just like last month’s election hearing, they dropped some serious bombshells.

Yesterday’s hearing built on those findings and presented more questions for the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), which has failed to answer previous questions on the 2020 election.

They did however respond to the reported 119,283 active voters who have been registered for over 100 years, but their weak response just didn’t cut it.

Wisconsin Assembly Attorney Dean O’Donnell, who is an expert analyst on the election integrity team, called out the official explanation that was given, saying “it does not hold water,” before dropping some more of his team’s jaw-dropping findings of corruption in the 2020 election.


Jan 21 13:48

Carhartt, which makes clothes worn mostly by rural conservatives, defies Supreme Court decision on covid “vaccines,” says employees still need to get jabbed anyway

The Carhartt brand is (or was) popular among farmers and other rural dwellers, many of whom are conservative who do not support this type of medical fascism. -- As word gets out about Valade’s position in support of pharmaceutical rape, the company, which has been manufacturing workwear since 1889, is likely to experience a widespread boycott. -- “Wow @Carhartt is subjecting their employees to medical abuse,” tweeted conservative commentator Elijah Schaffer. “Very bad look. Definitely should stop buying their products if you do.”

Jan 21 13:39

Two Sh*tholes… another GREAT IDEA : Seattle and Detroit Move Toward Decriminalizing Psychedelics

Though state laws in both places have not yet adapted, consumers of "entheogenic" plants and fungi are now less likely to be arrested and prosecuted in the two cities.

Jan 21 13:35

Gun Rights Prevail : California Counties Lose in Court Over Covid Closures Of Gun Stores & Ranges

The Second Amendment Foundation scored a double victory in California with a unanimous 9th U.S. Circuit Court panel declaring COVID-19 related shutdowns of gun stores and shooting ranges in Los Angeles and Ventura counties were unconstitutional. -- The cases are known as McDougall v. Ventura County and Martinez v. Villaneuva. In the McDougall case, SAF was joined by the California Gun Rights Foundation (CGRF), Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC), and two private citizens. In the Martinez case, SAF was joined by CGRF, FPC, and the National Rifle Association.


Jan 21 13:33

Liberties Only Kept Safe by Limitation of Government Power

I was recently struck by the explosion of the federal government’s size and reach, as well as its apparent ambition to super-size itself even more, in an unusual way.

I had been looking up something in one of my old public finance textbooks, when I came across a section on the size and growth of government. What struck me was that the authors used exclamation points (an almost extinct species in such writing) over two decades ago to describe government’s expansion, particularly at the federal level. But the rate at which government has recently metastasized leaves those exclamation points in the dust. We would also have to use all caps today (as in “YOU MAY ALREADY HAVE WON”). From said book: total expenditures by all levels of government in 1990 were substantially smaller than just one of the recent stimulus bills.

Jan 21 13:32

Watch: Recap Of Worst Moments In Biden's Press Conference

President Joe Biden claimed his achievements one year into office had outstripped expectations, blaming Republicans for the difficulties in moving his legislation forward — even as key Democratic senators are those who stand in his way.

“I didn’t overpromise. But I have probably outperformed what anyone thought would happen,” Biden replied to reporters in a news conference Wednesday when asked if a course correction was appropriate. The President used the opportunity of his second White House news conference to tout his successes.

Jan 21 13:30

PATHETIC Pelosi Says Dems Have The "Greatest Collection of Intellect and Integrity"

Jan 21 13:29

Sens. Manchin, Collins Lead Talks on Overhauling Vote Law

A bipartisan group of U.S. senators is discussing a scaled-back law focused on safeguarding election results and protecting election officials from harassment following Democrats' twin defeats on a voting-rights bill.

Lawmakers led by Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and including conservative Democrats Joe Manchin of West Virgina and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, are due to meet virtually on Friday to discuss reform of the 1887 Electoral Count Act, sometimes called the ECA, which allows members of Congress to dispute presidential election results.

Collins, who said her group includes six Democrats, told reporters on Thursday that the aim is "an election reform bill that is truly bipartisan, that would address many of the problems that arose on Jan. 6 and that would help restore confidence in our elections."


Jan 21 13:27

Americans Get a Peek Inside Fauci’s Home Office And What’s Hanging On His Wall Raises Eyebrows

If you thought the magazine cover was questionable, what Fauci’s got hanging on his office wall will really raise your eyebrows.

Not only does he have a bobblehead of himself sitting atop the desk, that’s weird enough, but on one wall he has a GIGANTIC portrait of himself hanging.

Jan 21 13:26

Poll: Voters Want Companies to Sell Things, Not Push Wokeness

America’s companies seem fully intent on selling wokeness rather than products. Whether it’s changing their corporate image to a rainbow version on social media (except on the Middle East-focused accounts), hiring based on “diversity” rather than merit, or pushing any other form of leftism via what decor is chosen, what messages are promulgated on corporate America, and what causes (like BLM) are donated too, corporations are pushing leftism in any way they can.

That’s a major problem for them, because a recent poll showed that Americans would much rather their corporations sell products rather than wokeness.

Jan 21 13:25

Media Mistakes in the Biden Era: the Definitive List

NPR's Nina Totenberg reported that Supreme Court Justice John Roberts had instructed all Justices to mask, (despite being fully vaccinated and boosted), and that Neil Gorsuch refused. "His continued refusal since then has also meant that Sotomayor has not attended the justices' weekly conference in person, joining instead by telephone," reported Totenberg.

Thousands of news stories and commentators accepted and amplified the anonymously-sourced allegations-- which included no comments from those involved-- as if they were proven true, disparaging and smearing Gorsuch.

However, on January 19, all of those mentioned said, in official statements on the record, that Totenberg's story is false.

Jan 21 13:24

Watch: New Slow Motion Video Shows Ashli Babbitt Trying to De-Escalate Situation Right Before Being Shot

So now, the research into Ashli’s murder has been relegated to her family and her supporters.

And speaking of that — I’ve noticed that our friends over at 100 Percent Fed Up have done a great job covering the Babbitt case. If you haven’t checked them out, I’d encourage you to do so. They do good work.

They dropped a bombshell piece on a new “slow-motion” video of the moments just before Ashli’s shooting.

And in the video clip, 100 Percent Fed Up reveals that Ashli Babbitt appears to be actually working to de-escalate the tense situation just before she was shot and killed.



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Jan 21 13:24

'Nasty liar Joe': we shouldn't be surprised

Jan 21 13:23

Azerbaijan Inquiry Is Basis for FBI Raid of Rep. Cuellar's Home

The FBI has raided the home of Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, amid a federal investigation into the former Soviet state of Azerbaijan and its ties to U.S. businessmen, according to ABC News.

Cuellar, a Democrat, has been heavily critical of the Biden administration's handling of conditions at the U.S.-Mexico border in west Texas, where his district lies.

Any raid on Cuellar's home was "court-authorized," an FBI spokesman told ABC News.

A source told ABC News it is not known if Cuellar is a target of the investigation.

Cuellar said in a statement he "will fully cooperate in any investigation" and that he is "committed to ensuring that justice and the law are upheld."

Cuellar has been a co-chair of the Congressional Azerbaijan Caucus, and has met with Azerbaijan officials, including Azerbaijan Ambassador Elin Suleymanov, according to the report.

Jan 21 13:22

YouTube Deactivates Two Oath Keepers Channels

YouTube has deactivated two channels associated with the Oath Keepers group after its leader and 10 other members were arrested on seditious conspiracy charges in connection to the Jan. 6, 2021, storming of the U.S. Capitol.

YouTube told Axios, which first reported the story, that the group broke its creator responsibility guidelines.

The two channels affected were one named "Oath Keepers" which had fewer than 45,000 subscribers, and the one maintained by the group's founder and national leader Stewart Rhodes, which had fewer than 20 subscribers.

Jan 21 13:21

Analysis: COVID Appears to Be on Retreat in US

New coronavirus cases are falling in parts of the United States hardest hit by the fast-spreading omicron variant, according to a Reuters analysis of public health data, offering an early indication the virus might once again be on retreat.

COVID-19 infections have decreased in 15 states plus Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, an analysis of the past week through Wednesday compared with the prior week showed.

Infections Down 36% in the Northeast

In the Northeast, which saw some of the highest case loads during the latest surge, infections are down 36% week-over-week.

The drop was more modest at the national level, with the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases falling 1% as of Wednesday, according to the Reuters tally.

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Jan 21 13:21

Pelosi’s Got a Trick Up Her Sleeve to Shove Biden’s “Build Back Better” Through Before Midterms

Breitbart reported that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told reporters during her weekly press conference on Thursday that “chunks” of President Joe Biden’s stalled $2 trillion Build Back Better package may be renamed to ensure the legislation would pass before the 2022 midterms.

Pelosi acknowledged she “may have to rename” the package to accommodate Biden’s thinking that the package should be passed in “chunks” instead of one lump sum.

“Chunks’ is an interesting word,” Pelosi said about Biden’s comments on Wednesday. “What the president calls ‘chunks’ I hope would be a major bill going forward. It may be more limited, but it is still significant.”

Jan 21 13:19

Russia Sends Two S-400 Battalions to Belarus for Drills: Interfax

Russia is sending two battalions of S-400 surface-to-air missile systems to Belarus to join military drills there next month, the Interfax news agency said on Friday, at a time of acute tensions with the West over neighboring Ukraine.

Russian military forces and hardware began arriving in Belarus this week for the "Allied Resolve" drills to be held near the former Soviet republic's western border with NATO members Poland and Lithuania, and close to its southern flank with Ukraine.

Western states fear that Russia, which has massed tens of thousands of troops on its borders with Ukraine, is planning a new assault on a country it invaded in 2014. Russia has denied such plans. Lithuania has also said the buildup of Russian troops there was a threat to its security.

Jan 21 13:14

Armed Cartel members fires weapons at border

Jan 21 13:13

‘DEMS DON’T ACCEPT ELECTIONS THEY DON’T WIN’: Hawley Torches Biden for Suggesting Midterms Might Not Be Legitimate

Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) blasted President Joe Biden for recent remarks suggesting the passage of the voting rights bill may have bearing on whether or not the midterm elections are legitimate. Here’s what Joe said earlier this week when a reporter asked him if the midterm elections will be fair if the voting rights bill isn’t passed:

“It depends on whether or not we’ll be able to make the case to the American people that some of this is being set up to try to alter the outcome of the election.”

Hawley says Biden is already making excuses for November:


Jan 21 13:12

(READ) Watchdog group sues State Dept. for censoring govt. reports on Afghanistan

Judicial Watch recently announced that it filed two Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuits against the Department of State for records about the censorship of government reports about US tax dollars spent on military support and equipment for Afghanistan, as well as records about payments to Afghanistan’s Government and/or any member of the Taliban related to the U.S. departure from Afghanistan (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:21-cv-03391)) (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:21-cv-03390)).

The lawsuit (No. 1:21-cv-03391) about the censorship of government reports about Afghanistan was filed after the State Department failed to respond to a September 13, 2021, FOIA request for:

Jan 21 13:12

WHERE'S THE BEEF? Trump Says DeSantis Feud Fake News, ‘We Get Along Great,’ ‘He’s Done a Terrific Job’

Despite reports from the New York Times and other mainstream media outlets, former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis get along just fine; Trump confirmed on Hannity that there’s no beef between the two of them.

“I get along great with Ron. Ron was very good on the Mueller hoax. He was right up front along with Jim Jordan, and all of the rest of them, they were fantastic,” Trump said. “The Republicans really stuck together. And it was a great thing. And Ron was one of them. And Ron wanted to run and I endorsed him. And that helped him greatly.”

Jan 21 13:11

Poll: Voters Oppose War With Russia

Most voters oppose the idea of the United States putting troops on the ground in Ukraine in the event of a Russian invasion of the country, according to a new poll from the Trafalgar Group released on Friday.

The poll, which was conducted in partnership with the Convention of States Action, found that less than 1-in-5 support putting U.S. troops on the ground if Russia invades Ukraine, while less than 1-in-3 think that the U.S. should provide military advisers, weapons, or supplies.

When asked “what level of involvement should the U.S. have if Russia invades Ukraine?”

Jan 21 13:10

Trump Blasts Georgia Election Probe

Former President Donald Trump ripped into Georgia’s ongoing 2020 election investigation on Friday following a report that the Fulton County District Attorney's office requested a special grand jury in her criminal probe into Trump's actions.

"So let me get this straight, I am being investigated in Georgia for asking an Attorney General with many lawyers and others knowingly on the phone to look for corruption, which definitely took place in the Georgia Presidential election — but the people who committed the crime are in no way, shape, or form under investigation and are instead being protected?" Trump said in a statement.

"The people looking for the crime are being hounded and the people who committed the crime are being protected. This is not the American way."


Jan 21 13:01

Biden’s Election Integrity Reply Puts WH In Cleanup Mode

Less than 24 hours after President Biden told RealClearPolitics – and a national TV audience – he was not prepared to say that the coming midterm elections would be legitimate, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was saying the exact opposite Thursday during television interviews, on Twitter and twice to reporters in the briefing room.

The clarification may have come too late. Before Psaki could do damage control, both Vice President Kamala Harris and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn, the Democrat perhaps most responsible for making Biden president, seemed to amplify a message that the White House would have to disavow hours later.

Jan 21 13:01

Democrat Rep Calls GOP, Manchin, And Sinema ‘White Nationalists’ For Supporting Filibuster

Far-left Democrat Representative Mondaire Jones, in a speech on the House floor, labeled senators who voted against changing filibuster rules to push through voting reform legislation, including Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin, as “white nationalists.”

A bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday voted against changing rules for what Jones describes as the “Jim Crow filibuster,” a term meant to perk up ignorant progressives who have no idea what it means.

“As you just heard, we are living through the worst assault on the right to vote since Jim Crow,” Jones (D-NY) declared. “And yesterday, on the Senate floor, white nationalists used the Jim Crow filibuster to block voting rights legislation.”

Jan 21 13:00

Joe Biden Says He Has ‘No Idea’ Why Americans Would Think He’s Mentally Unfit

On Wednesday, President Joe Biden dismissed recent polls that showed a large of Americans believed he was not mentally fit.

A Politico/Morning Consult poll from November showed that 48% of Americans believe Biden is mentally unfit, while 46% believe he is mentally fit.

A more recent poll from this week showed a large change in those numbers, with only 40% believing Biden is mentally fit, and 49% disagreeing.

The president made his remarks during a press conference at the White House.

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Jan 21 12:58

More than 333,000 pacifiers recalled due to choking hazard

More than 333,000 silicone pacifiers available for purchase on Amazon have been voluntarily recalled by the distributor due to reports that the nipple can detach and cause a chocking hazard for infants.

"The base of the silicone nipple has a fine slit that can cause the nipple to detach from the plastic shield, posing a choking hazard," according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The recalled pacifiers, made by Frigg in Denmark, come in two types: The "Classic" version has a silicone nipple attached to a round plastic shield; in a version called "Daisy," the nipple is attached to a round, scalloped plastic shield. Each design comes in 40 colors and two sizes, 0 to 6 months and 6 to 18 months. Each pacifier has the name "Frigg" in raised letters on the handle of the pacifier shield.



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Jan 21 12:41

ERIC Investigation, Part 2: The Largest U.S. Counties Removed Only ZERO to TWO Ineligible Voters From Their Voter Rolls the Last 4 Years

On Thursday The Gateway Pundit revealed Democrats and leftists have fought ferociously to prevent the cleanup of State voter registration rolls. Recognizing a potential niche, left-wing activists created ERIC to clean voter rolls their way, using their rules. So in 2012 the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC) was formed as a membership organization primarily for blue States. ERIC is essentially a left wing voter registration drive disguised as voter roll clean up. But it’s been gaining traction in Red States too. Originally funded by the Soros Open Society, it is now responsible for cleaning the voter rolls in 31 States, plus D.C. A top election official from each member State is appointed a seat on the ERIC Board or as an Officer, all unpaid positions.

As we reported — The ERIC database is comprehensive and would be one of the most coveted by bad actors looking to influence an election.

Jan 21 12:34

Yemeni rebels say Saudi-led airstrike on prison killed 70

A Saudi-led airstrike targeting a prison run by Yemen’s Houthi rebels killed at least 70 detainees and wounded dozens Friday, a rebel minister said. The strike was part of a pounding aerial offensive that hours earlier took the Arab world’s poorest country off the internet.

The intense campaign comes after the Iran-backed Houthis claimed a drone and missile attack that struck inside the capital of the United Arab Emirates earlier in the week. It marked a major escalation in the conflict, a brutal civil war in Yemen where the Saudi-led coalition, backed by the UAE, has battled the rebels since 2015.

Taha al-Motawakel, health minister in the Houthi government which controls the country’s north, told The Associated Press in the capital, Sanaa, that 70 detainees were killed at the prison but that he expects the number to rise in the coming hours since many of the wounded were seriously hurt.

Jan 21 12:33

Russia Shows Off Newest Missile-Bearing Submarine

Russia’s Defense Ministry has showcased its brand new Volkhov diesel-electric sub launching the Kalibr missile at a land-based target.

The exercise took place in the Sea of Japan.

Jan 21 12:32

Slow-Mo Joe (Cartoon)

Jan 21 12:27

Judge Blocks Biden’s Federal Employee Vaccine Mandate Nationwide

A federal district judge in Texas temporarily blocked the Biden administration’s Covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal employees Friday as litigation against it moves forward, now leaving the White House’s policy for healthcare workers as its only vaccine requirement still in effect.

U.S. District Judge Jeffrey Vincent Brown issued an injunction that temporarily halts the policy nationwide, after a coalition of federal employees and contractors challenged it in court.

Brown ruled President Joe Biden overstepped his authority by enacting the employee mandate, saying that imposing the policy “with the stroke of a pen and without the input of Congress … is a bridge too far.”



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Jan 21 12:25

Gallup Poll: Congressional Approval Rating Plunges to 18%

Only 18% of Americans approve of the job Congress is doing — the lowest rating in more than a year, according to a new Gallup poll.

The poll shows that around 80% of Americans disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job.

The approval of Congress has fallen five points since December.

The last time the overall congressional job rating was lower was in the December 2020 Gallup poll, which found 15% approved of the job performance Congress was doing, while 82% disapproved.

Jan 21 12:24

Transcript of President Dwight D. Eisenhower's Farewell Address (1961)

This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence-economic, political, even spiritual-is felt in every city, every state house, every office of the Federal government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend its grave implications. Our toil, resources and livelihood are all involved; so is the very structure of our society.

In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.

Jan 21 12:22

Dwight D. Eisenhower Address to the American Society of Newspaper Editors

Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.

This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. The cost of one modern heavy bomber is this: a modern brick school in more than 30 cities. It is two electric power plants, each serving a town of 60,000 population. It is two fine, fully equipped hospitals. It is some fifty miles of concrete pavement. We pay for a single fighter plane with a half million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with new homes that could have housed more than 8,000 people.

This is, I repeat, the best way of life to be found on the road the world has been taking. This is not a way of life at all, in any true sense. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from a cross of iron.

Jan 21 12:17

Biden Promised to Close Gitmo. Instead, He’s Upgrading It.

President Joe Biden was clear on the campaign trail that he wanted to close Guantánamo Bay. But nearly one year into his presidency, not only is the Biden administration not closing Guanátnamo Bay, it’s funding millions of dollars’ worth of upgrades, leaving prisoners languishing there with no end in sight.

Namely, in the coming year, the administration is planning on building a new courtroom on Guantánamo Bay, according to Ron Flevsig, a spokesman for the Office of Military Commissions. The courtroom is expected to cost American taxpayers $4 million, according to The New York Times, which first reported the news.

Jan 21 12:13

Germany Orders Apple And Google To De-Platform Telegram Unless They BAN Trump Supporters And ‘Covid Deniers’

Germany has threatened to shut down pro free speech platform Telegram if they do not ban Trump supporters and vaccine skeptics from their platform immediately.

Jan 21 12:13

Citizens detain mayor on suspicion of corruption

Citizens from an indigenous town in Oaxaca beat up the mayor and detained him along with the town’s Education Minister for alleged corruption on Monday.

People from San Martín Peras, in the Mixtec region of Oaxaca, 300 kilometers west of Oaxaca city, accuse the mayor, Román Juárez Cruz, and the Education Minister, Braulio González Ortiz, of illicit dealings and of breaking the the indigenous governing code known as usos y costumbres.

They said they told Juárez to resign on November 14, but that he refused to leave the position. The citizens assured that he and his family had not been harmed.

Jan 21 12:03

Aid Flights Arrive In Tonga After Volcanic Eruption

The first flights carrying aid to Tonga have finally arrived. Planes from New Zealand and Australia arrived on Thursday carrying fresh water and other supplies.

The South Pacific island nation was hit by tsunami, which was triggered by an underwater volcanic eruption last week. The deliveries came after the nation’s main airport runway was cleared of ash.

“It has taken some days now for the airfield to be cleared sufficiently for us to land there, but there’s still remnants of volcanic ash on the runway and in the area of the flight line area which does complicate our capacity to the airfield, ” explained Dean Bolton, Squadron Wing Commander for the Royal Australian Air Force. “However, we successfully landed and delivered the aid as tasked.”

Jan 21 12:00

Kayleigh McEnany blasts Biden: ‘Most delusional press conference I've ever seen’

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany didn't pull any punches when describing President Joe Biden's Wednesday press conference.

McEnany joined co-hosts on Fox News's Outnumbered on Thursday to discuss the press conference, which reflected on Biden's accomplishments during his first year in office.

“I thought that was the most delusional press conference I have ever seen,” McEnany said. “He said he overperformed and that the American people give him a 33% approval rating in Quinnipiac.”

Jan 21 11:59

M&M's re-designed its characters to be "progressive" and they look virtually identical to the old version except now they're all apparently woke

It's always exciting when a 70-year-old corporate candy mascot gets a major makeover. Who could pretend not to be jazzed about such a once-in-a-generation cultural event?

But, um, somebody needs to tell M&M's that when you re-design your characters, you're actually supposed to, you know... re-design your characters:

Jan 21 11:56

MSNBC: We Have to Break Through This Idea 'That Kids Belong to Their Parents'

In a 30-second promo for MSNBC’s Lean Forward campaign, Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry advocates that society end the “private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families,” and instead institute a “collective notion” that kids “are our children,” they belong to the community.

In the MSNBC advertisement, Perry says, “We have never invested as much in public education as we should have because we’ve always had kind of a private notion of children: your kid is yours and totally your responsibility. We haven’t had a very collective notion of these are our children.”

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Jan 21 11:54

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Jan 21 11:53

US Mulls Evacuating Diplomats' Family Members From Ukraine; Blinken-Lavrov Meeting 'Positive'

The US State Department is reportedly mulling a plan to evacuate diplomats' family members from Ukraine as a precaution amid the continued crisis wherein Washington has predicted some level of a Russian offensive on the Ukraine border.

At the same time, Russia's embassy in Washington D.C. has been calling on the West to "end the hysteria" - assuring that there are no plans to invade Ukraine. Earlier in the week it issued a message on Twitter, saying, "We stress once again: Russia is not going to attack anyone. The practice of moving troops on our own soil is a sovereign right."

Jan 21 11:52

"Bizarro World": Researcher Calls Out Censorship After Journal Pulls COVID-19 Vaccine Adverse Events Analysis

Jessica Rose didn’t ask for any of this. She started to analyze data on adverse reactions after COVID-19 vaccines simply as an exercise to master a new piece of software. But she couldn’t ignore what she saw and decided to publish the results of her analysis. The next thing she knew, she was in a “bizzarro world,” she told The Epoch Times.

A paper she co-authored based on her analysis was withdrawn by the academic journal Elsevier under circumstances that raised eyebrows among her colleagues. The journal declined to comment on the matter.

Jan 21 10:47

Russia votes on mandatory life imprisonment for pedophiles

Serial pedophiles will spend the rest of their days behind bars in Russia’s prisons for repeatedly abusing minors, under recent amendments to the criminal code which have been approved by legislators.

The second and third readings of the bill were passed on Tuesday, containing changes aimed at increasing responsibility for assaulting children.

Duma chairman Vyacheslav Volodin said on Telegram that “those who have previously been convicted of violent acts against minors or committed crimes against two or more children will face punishment.” A life sentence will also be possible for cases aggravated by other serious or very grave crimes.

“The work will continue. It’s important for us to protect children from abuse… from those who can use their position for such crimes,” he added.

Jan 21 10:46

Raeisi-Putin meeting showed tightening bonds against US

In a meeting with Russian President Vladimir V. Putin, Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi reminded his Russian counterpart on Wednesday that Tehran had been “resisting America for 40 years.”

And now that Russia was plunging deeper into its own confrontation with the United States, Raeisi told Putin in televised remarks, it was time to take on “the power of the Americans with an increased synergy between our two countries.

Iran's president started a two-day trip to Moscow on Wednesday designed to demonstrate tightening bonds between two countries, increasingly, along with China, a single adversary: the United States.

For Putin, embroiled in a dispute with the United States and facing sanctions if he follows military measures on Ukraine, it was a chance to show that Russia has friends it can call on in its battles with the West.

Jan 21 10:46

SYRIAN SOLDIERS INTERCEPTED US-LED COALITION CONVOY ESCORTED BY TWO HELICOPTERS IN AL-HASAKAH (VIDEO)

On January 17, another convoy of the US-led coalition was intercepted by Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers in the northern countryside of Syria’s al-Hasakah.

The soldiers stopped the coalition’s convoy, which consisted of five armored vehicles, at a checkpoint located near the town of Tell al-Dahab. The convoy was reportedly escorted by two helicopters.

The Syrian state TV shared footage of the encounter which ended with the withdrawal of the coalition’s convoy from Tell al-Dahab.

Jan 21 10:40

First look: Biden inaugural to blanket airwaves today

President Biden's Presidential Inaugural Committee will mark his first anniversary in office by blanketing today's airwaves — from breakfast to evening news to prime time — with a video promoting a recovering, resilient America.

The video is narrated by Tom Hanks, who was part of Biden inaugural festivities, and features cameos by everyday Americans — a UPS driver, a Teamster from Michigan and a bed-and-breakfast owner in Wisconsin.

"I can feel the change," says Sandra Lindsay, a New York nurse who was the first person in the U.S. to get the COVID vaccine.

President Biden says near the end: "I've never been more optimistic about America's future."

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Jan 21 10:38

Joe Biden one year on: Has the United States become ungovernable?

One of Joe Biden's central election campaign themes was restoring unity to an angry and divided nation. Twelve months after assuming office, things aren't any better, writes Nick Bryant.

Long before the sun had risen over the dome of the US Capitol on the day that Joe Biden was sworn in as president, technicians on the inaugural platform tested the teleprompter he would later read from by scrolling through America's most celebrated sermon:

"Four score and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure."

Jan 21 10:37

As America Enters Year Three of COVID, The Biden Regime Struggles to Reprogram Its Pandemic-Crazed Base

Readers of Revolver have known the truth about Covid-19 for well over a year now. The truth, reduced to a few key and essential facts, is as follows:

Covid-19 is, overall, not that deadly, and getting less deadly all the time.

Most of those who die of Covid are already unwell, often extremely unwell.

Most interventions to contain Covid, in particular lockdowns and ubiquitous masking, don’t work.

Children are nearly immune to Covid and do very little to spread it.

In terms of effect on America’s prosperity, stability, health, and mental well-being, the “cures” for Covid have been far more harmful than the disease itself.

Jan 21 10:37

Ray Epps, Arizona man at U.S. Capitol riot, will be interviewed by Jan. 6 committee

Ray Epps, the Arizona man who has become the central figure in a viral conspiracy theory after videos showed him encouraging people to go into the U.S. Capitol last January, will be interviewed Friday by the special House committee investigating the Capitol riot.

His attorney, John Blischak, confirmed to The Arizona Republic that he and his client will sit for a transcribed interview over Zoom on Friday with the Jan. 6 House select committee.

The interview will not be public.

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