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The ‘Dark Truth’ Behind America’s ‘Vaccine Court’

May 13, 2022
Wayne Rohde knows what it’s like to have a child injured by a vaccine — his son was diagnosed with an encephalitic brain injury at 13 months old, after getting the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine. Rohde also has personal experience navigating the process of trying to get financial compensation for a child’s vaccine injury. The author of “The Vaccine Court 2.0: Revised and Updated: The Dark Truth of America’s Vaccine Injury Compensation Program” (2021) sat down with The Defender to discuss how the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has evolved — or devolved — in the last two decades to protect government agencies and corporations rather than the health of vaccinated children. — Children's Health Defense

Justice Alito Moved To Undisclosed Location As Pro-Abortion Mobs Descend on SCOTUS Homes

May 13, 2022
Meanwhile, Biden's Justice Department ignores clear violation of federal law by protesters as they intimidate conservative Justices outside their private residences. — News Wars

Clarence Thomas Delivers a Message to Roe v. Wade Leaker

May 13, 2022
“We are becoming addicted to wanting particular outcomes, not living with the outcomes we don’t like,” he said, according to Reuters. “We can’t be an institution that can be bullied into giving you just the outcomes you want. The events from earlier this week are a symptom of that.” — The Epoch Times

'The View' host leaves Elizabeth Warren SPEECHLESS with one simple question

May 13, 2022
Lindsey Granger, a conservative guest host on "The View," stumped Warren with a simple question about her proposed plan for mass student loan forgiveness. "What do you say to someone like me who worked two jobs for a decade to pay all their student loans — just finished. Where do I sign up for reimbursement?" Granger asked. — The Blaze

Federal Judge Reduces Ghislaine Maxwell’s Max Prison Sentence By 10 Years

May 13, 2022
A federal judge reduced Jeffrey Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell’s maximum prison sentence by 10 years. New York Judge Alison Nathan sided with Maxwell’s defense last week, claiming three of Maxwell’s five charges related to conspiracy to commit sex trafficking were similar and repetitive. — News Wars

Investigator Gregg Phillips: FOX’s Lawyers Are Keeping “2000 Mules” Off of the Channel

May 13, 2022
To his credit, Tucker Carlson did invite True the Vote’s Catherine Engelbrecht on his top-rated program the day after the premiere of the movie at Mar-a-Lago. But besides Tucker’s segment, the channel has kept any mention of the historic documentary off of its airwaves. — The Gateway Pundit

Russian-Captured Ukrainian Territories Will Soon Ask To 'Join Russia': State Media

May 11, 2022
It was in late April that a pro-Moscow "military-civilian administration" was installed after Kherson fell to the invading forces, complete with a local transition to the Russian ruble. While the news hasn't been officially confirmed by the Kremlin, it's significant that the report surfaced through RIA and not Ukrainian or opposition sources, suggesting such referendums or even simple declared annexations in captured regions could be imminent. — ZeroHedge

China Accelerates Nuclear Buildup, Military Modernization; Biden Speeding US To Defeat

May 11, 2022
"The PRC likely intends to have at least 1,000 warheads by 2030, exceeding the pace and size the DoD projected in 2020." — Military and Security Developments Involving the People's Republic of China 2021, US Dept. of Defense. "In space, China is putting up satellites at twice the rate of the United States and "fielding operational systems at an incredible rate." — General David Thompson, the Space Force's first vice chief of space operations — ZeroHedge

CCP Smart Satellite "Live Streamed" US Nimitz-Class Aircraft Carrier Off New York

May 11, 2022
A remote sensing satellite, powered by artificial intelligence technology, lurked in low Earth orbit above North America on June 17 of last year and automatically detected the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier off the coast of Long Island, New York. It captured footage of the vessel conducting naval maneuvers, such as adjusting formation and making emergency maneuvers. ..The satellite is equipped with a family of AI chipsets that can perform multiple tasks, and if one chip fails, another would come online as backup and immediately take over tasks. Researchers didn't name the satellite but said it also detected and obtained positions of military assets in northeastern Australia. This new type of intelligence gathering via AI-powered satellites could one day have a more significant role in decision-making for PLA commanders. Beijing believes that future warfare is through high-tech weapons aided by supercomputers. — ZeroHedge

Watch: "Terrifying" Chinese Super Drones That Can "Hunt Humans In Packs" Are Here

May 11, 2022
The article also notes that since they don't run on GPS, they can be deployed in areas with poor satellite coverage. That's all good and well - but the "terrifying" response to the video came when the same team at Zhejiang University released video of the drones chasing a man through a forest of trees. After being instructed to keep focus on the man, they are able to follow him - even after he hides behind objects. — ZeroHedge

'Bongbong' Marcos, Son Of Notorious Dictator, Wins By Landslide In Philippine Presidential Vote

May 11, 2022
Mainstream pundits in the West, including in The Washington Post, are saying the election captures the Philippine public's "nostalgia for strongmen" over desire for democracy. And the BBC highlights that Marcos Jr. campaigned on the idea of a 'crime-free' "golden age" for the country: Critics say this was the result of Mr Marcos Jr consistently painting his father's rule as a "golden age" for the Philippines, whitewashing a period of rampant corruption and widespread poverty. — ZeroHedge

Ukraine Says Russia Has Unleashed Hypersonic Missiles On Odessa

May 11, 2022
With Mariupol having been taken by Russian forces, (with the exception the Azovstal iron and steel works plant where a few hundred Azov fighters are still under siege), Russian missiles began pounding Odesa in the overnight and early Tuesday morning hours. "Buildings in the southern Ukrainian port city of Odessa lay in ruins as firefighters battled blazes into the early hours on Tuesday, a day after Russian forces pounded the port with missiles and President Vladimir Putin led defiant celebrations marking the Soviet's victory over Nazi Germany in World War II," Reuters observed. — ZeroHedge

Video of Oath Keepers Rescuing 16 Police Officers Deflates Jan. 6 Sedition Narrative, Attorneys Say

May 11, 2022
The video is at least the second example showing the Oath Keepers coming to the aid of Capitol Police inside the building on that day. Would a group of men seditiously plotting an attack on the Capitol, allegedly to prevent certification of Electoral College votes, rush into the building to extract police trapped inside—all while being followed by a filmmaker? — The Epoch Times

There Goes The Housing Market

May 11, 2022
Since the Fed is rushing to hike the US into a deep recession just so inflation will (supposedly) slide ahead of the November midterms, in line with Biden's demands, the housing market is eager to comply with Powell's and Biden's handlers' wishes, and is leading the charge into the economic abyss, as we discussed most recently here, and as the latest nationwide survey of new home builders confirms. Last week, Zillow's dismal outlook stoked fears that rising mortgage rates would result in the next downturn. On Monday night, Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky warned: "this moment feels similar to late 2008 when we started" the online marketplace for lodging. — ZeroHedge

Nonprofit Watchdog Uncovers $350 Million in Secret Payments to Fauci, Collins, Others at NIH

May 11, 2022
“We estimate that up to $350 million in royalties from third parties were paid to NIH scientists during the fiscal years between 2010 and 2020,” Open the Books CEO Adam Andrzejewski told reporters in a telephone news conference on May 9. “We draw that conclusion because, in the first five years, there has been $134 million that we have been able to quantify of top-line numbers that flowed from third-party payers, meaning pharmaceutical companies or other payers, to NIH scientists.” — The Epoch Times

The EU Army is on the horizon

May 11, 2022
The building blocks of supra-national military already exist…they’re just waiting for a reason. — Off-Guardian

Pro-Life Organization Fire-Bombed With Molotov Cocktail

May 11, 2022
There were incidents of pro-abortion activists gathering outside the homes of at least two conservative U.S. Supreme Court Justices on Saturday night. Then on Sunday morning, pro-life organization Wisconsin Family Action's headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin, was firebombed, according to local news Madison.com. Police have called the fire an "arson." The building is located near the Dane County Regional Airport, or about 6 miles northeast of downtown Madison, the capital of Wisconsin. — ZeroHedge

More strange events: athletes dropping, hepatitis in kids, severe dengue in Brazil: is it the vax?

May 11, 2022
If you know how to use VAERS, the connection between the COVID vaccines and these events is obvious. But if you are a mainstream doctor and you trust the CDC, it's a mystery. — Steve Kirsch

Nina Jankowicz: Republicans Exposing Critical Race Theory Are ‘Disinformers’

May 11, 2022
The Biden administration’s new disinformation chief had previously stated that Republicans and media who expose critical race theory (CRT) making its way into public school classrooms are “disinformers” who “weaponize” the issue “for profit.” Nina Jankowicz, who was appointed to lead the newly established Disinformation Governance Board at the Department of Homeland Security, dismissed the pushback against CRT indoctrination at an event in Ohio last October, when the debate over parents’ right to direct their children’s education had taken center stage in high-profile elections, including Virginia’s gubernatorial race. — The Epoch Times

No Nuclear Threats Or 'Doomsday Plane' At Toned-Down Victory Day Parade In Moscow

May 11, 2022
Also, nothing of the expected formal declaration of war against Ukraine was issued, nor was there an assessment of progress in reaching Russia's objectives. However, included in these justifications for invading Ukraine was the assertion that the West was "preparing to invade our land." — ZeroHedge

Russian Forces Attempt "Storming Operations" On Azovstal Plant, Ukraine Says

May 11, 2022
After widespread weekend reports confirming that all Ukrainian civilians who had been trapped inside Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol have been evacuated, leaving an estimated few hundred Ukrainian fighters who have vowed to 'fight to the end', it appears the final bloody showdown for the large besieged complex has begun. Ukraine's defense ministry says Russia has commenced "storming operations" against the plant aimed at wresting its last Ukrainian defenders from its cavernous underground confines. — ZeroHedge

Spring Wheat Hits 14-Year High On World War 3 & Weather Woes

May 11, 2022
A combination of delayed plantings in Northern U.S. Plains and Canada due to soggy weather, a dry spell in Western Europe, chaos in Ukraine, and severe weather in India, have disrupted global wheat markets, sending prices in Minneapolis to the highest levels since 2008. Spring wheat is used to make bagels, pizza crust, rolls, and croissants, among other specialty items, which touched a 14-year high on Monday morning at $12.31 a bushel due to delayed planting fears across the northern U.S. Plains and Canada because of abnormally wet conditions. — ZeroHedge

Pro-Abortion Activists Target Homes of Justices Kavanaugh, Roberts

May 11, 2022
The demonstrations began at a café in Chevy Chase, Maryland, and protestors first headed to the home of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, then toward the nearby residence of Chief Justice John Roberts, and finally back to Kavanaugh’s home, where police asked them to disperse. — The Epoch Times

CA Lawmakers Use 'Gut-And-Amend' To Resurrect Failed Gun Tax

May 11, 2022
On May 5th, the California State Assembly 'gutted' the contents of an unrelated bill (AB-1227) aimed at building energy efficiency, and amended it with language reviving a long-failed firearm and ammunition excise tax which, if passed, would be effective immediately as an "urgency statute." — ZeroHedge

Ukraine Grain Strain: Almost 25 Million Tonnes Blocked From Export

May 11, 2022
A massive backlog of grain shipments is piling up in Ukraine to the tune of nearly 25 million tonnes due to 'infrastructure challenges' and blocked ports in the Black Sea, including Mariupol, Reuters reports, citing a UN food agency official.' — ZeroHedge

2000 Mules Documentary Provides Compelling Evidence That 2020 Election Was Stolen

May 8, 2022
Using state-of-the-art technology, the film convincingly makes the case that the 2020 presidential election was perhaps the most unsecure election ever, and was stolen from former President Trump. The election intelligence organization True The Vote gathered geospatial and temporal data—amounting to a total of 10 trillion cell phone pings—between Oct. 1 and Nov. 6 in the battleground states of Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The researchers looked at data surrounding ballot drop boxes in targeted areas, as well as UPS stores and select government, commercial, and non-governmental organization (NGO) facilities. — American Greatness

‘Criminal, Inhumane and Unethical’: EU Passes Resolution Condemning Chinese Regime’s Forced Organ Harvesting

May 8, 2022
“Parliament expresses serious concern about reports of persistent, systematic, inhumane and state-sanctioned organ harvesting from prisoners in China, and more specifically from Falun Gong practitioners,” reads a statement dated May 5 following the adoption of the text. — Epoch Times

FDA Investigating Reports of COVID Relapses Following Use of Pfizer’s Pill

May 8, 2022
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating reports of relapses among people who took Pfizer’s COVID-19 pill. The FDA “is evaluating the reports of viral load rebound after completing paxlovid treatment and will share recommendations if appropriate,” an agency spokesperson told The Epoch Times in an email. — Epoch Times

CDC Investigating 109 Mysterious Hepatitis Cases in Children, Including 5 Deaths

May 8, 2022
UK officials also ruled out the COVID-19 vaccine as a potential cause. “There are fewer than five older case-patients recorded as having had a COVID-19 vaccination prior to hepatitis onset,” the report said, adding that most of the impacted children are too young to receive the shot. “There is no evidence of a link between COVID-19 vaccination and the acute hepatic syndrome.” — Epoch Times

North Korea Fires 'Sub-Launched Ballistic Missile'; 15th Test This Year

May 8, 2022
Japan also said the projectile was a short-range ballistic missile. Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi said North Korea’s recent development in nuclear missile-related technology and repeated launches of ballistic missiles threatened the region and the international community. — Zerohedge

China Has 'Financial Nuclear Bombs' If West Levies Russia-Style Sanctions, Beijing Warns

May 8, 2022
Multiple analysts at Chinese state-linked think tanks and banks have weighed in on the Biden administration's recent threats to punish the world's second-largest economy over China's refusal to condemn Russia's war in Ukraine, and amid US charges that it could be helping Moscow evade sanctions, or even quietly resupplying Putin's military machine (charges which at this point have remained without evidence). — Zerohedge

Five key lines from Alito’s draft overturning Roe v. Wade

May 6, 2022
“We thus return the power to … the people and their elected represent­atives” The practical effect of Alito’s opinion would be to hand full authority to states to regulate abortion. Many Republican officials had urged the court to adopt this very approach in the Mississippi dispute, with a dozen GOP governors in an amicus brief calling on the court to use the case to restore state control over the procedure. Alito’s opinion delivered on that request, stating: “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.” — MSN

Embalmer Reveals Novel Widespread Fibrous Clots in 65% of Cases

May 6, 2022
Richard Hirschman has been a board-certified embalmer for over 20 years. In 2021, he started noticing very odd fibrous blood clots that he had never seen before. In Jan 2022, 60+% of his cases exhibited these fibrous clots. — Deep Roots at Home

The FDA Approved Remdesivir Based on a Trial in Which 3 out of 53 Children Died

May 6, 2022
Remdesivir has now been approved by the FDA in children and babies as young as 28 days old, weighing as little as six pounds. Gilead, the manufacturer of remdesivir performed its human clinical drug trial using only 53 children, and three of them died. Dr. Meryl Nass said, “Over 70% had an adverse reaction, 21% had a serious adverse event, and three of the children died. Because there was no control group, it’s unclear how either Gilead or the FDA determined that the drug benefited children, because there’s nothing to compare it to.” The drug received approval quickly which may be due to Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the US Army both receiving a portion of the royalties for the drug. — Need To Know

French Election FRAUD Puts 2020 To Shame — Millions Of Uncounted Le Pen Ballots Found

May 6, 2022
the UK Guardian reports: “The number of spoiled votes, and the abstention rate, were also alarmingly high.” But no exact numbers of spoiled votes are available. Why won’t the authorities release the number of spoiled votes? Stephen Lendman reports that in 2017: “Only Le Pen’s ballots showed up damaged or destroyed, none for Macron.” — Blacklisted News

Baby ‘Kidnapped’ by Authorities Over Missed Medical Appointment, Attorney Says

May 6, 2022
Baby Cyrus was taken away from his parents by authorities on the same day his mother canceled a child’s periodic medical checkup appointment because she was not feeling well, said Diego Rodriguez, grandfather of baby Cyrus. The baby was returned to his parents after seven days in state custody, thanks to the irresistibly strong support of people, organizations, and some lawmakers, Rodriguez told on EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program. — Epoch Times

Horowitz: 5 observations and outcomes from the Supreme Court’s likely reversal of Roe and Casey

May 6, 2022
1) The decision is a shield, not a judicial sword: Contrary to all the of the hand-wringing from the pro-abortion left, this decision doesn’t directly prevent a single woman from killing her baby, if she so chooses, and it won’t practically result in anyone losing out on this “right” in the scheme of things. Far from taking this issue away from the people and the states, as the left typically does in landmark court rulings, the Dobbs draft opinion actually reinstates the issue with the states. As Alito purportedly wrote in this rough draft, “In the years prior to [Roe v. Wade], about a third of the States had liberalized their laws, but Roe abruptly ended that political process. It imposed the same highly restrictive regime on the entire Nation, and it effectively struck down the abortion laws of every single State. … [I]t represented the ‘exercise of raw judicial power’ … and it sparked a national controversy that has embittered our political culture for a half-century.” — The Blaze

Disney employees speak out: Woke mob has 'hijacked' the company — conservatives, Christians no longer welcome

May 6, 2022
The Walt Disney Company's wholehearted embrace of the progressive sexual orientation and gender identity movement has rankled not only customers, investors, and Republican politicians in Florida, but now some of the entertainment company's employees are publicly voicing their displeasure. Speaking with Fox News reporter Raymond Arroyo this week, a handful of Disney employees called out the family entertainment company over its woke activism. — The Blaze

Supreme Court Set To Overturn Roe v Wade, Leaked Draft Opinion Shows

May 6, 2022
A leaked draft of a US Supreme Court decision reveals that the majority of the court has decided to overturn Roe v. Wade by a vote of 5-4, according to Politico, which calls it a "full-throated, unflinching repudiation of the 1973 decision which guaranteed federal constitutional protections of abortion rights and a subsequent 1992 decision – Planned Parenthood v. Casey – that largely maintained the right." — Zerohedge

Supreme “Stench”: How Politics Replaced Principle in the High Court

May 6, 2022
... This was clearly a politically calculated act by someone who was willing to abandon every ethical and professional principle for a political cause. There is no obvious reason to leak other than to unleash outside pressure on the court and to try to push Congress to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act to codify Roe v. Wade. — Jonathan Turley

'Betrayal': Supreme Court Slams Leaked Roe Opinion, Says Does Not Represent "Final Decision"

May 6, 2022
Chief Justice John G. Roberts. Jr., provided the following statement: To the extent this betrayal of the confidences of the Court was intended to undermine the integrity of our operations, it will not succeed. The work of the Court will not be affected in any way. We at the Court are blessed to have a workforce - permanent employees and law clerks alike - intensely loyal to the institution and dedicated to the rule of law. Court employees have an exemplary and important tradition of respecting the confidentiality of the judicial process and upholding the trust of the Court. This was a singular and egregious breach of that trust that is an affront to the Court and the community of public servants who work here. I have directed the Marshal of the Court to launch an investigation into the source of the leak. — Zerohedge

Who Leaked the Supreme Court Opinion?

May 6, 2022
Calls for person responsible to be immediately arrested. — Summit News

US Intel Assisted In Sinking Russian Flagship Vessel: Officials Claim Bombshell Escalation

May 6, 2022
Amid what seems escalation after escalation, and new revelations of Washington's deepening and perhaps increasingly direct role in fighting Russia in Ukraine, NBC brings us this doozy... "Intelligence shared by the U.S. helped Ukraine sink the Russian cruiser Moskva, U.S. officials told NBC News, confirming an American role in perhaps the most embarrassing blow to Vladimir Putin’s troubled invasion of Ukraine." — Zerohedge

US Intelligence Has Helped Kill Multiple Russian Generals In Ukraine

May 6, 2022
However, unnamed senior American officials in a bombshell New York Times report have said that intelligence sharing with the Ukrainians have helped take out some of the estimated 12 Russian generals that have died on the front lines since the Feb.24 invasion, an astonishingly high number given the rarity in any war of deaths from among highest officer ranks (and considering the war has been going for a little over two months at this point). — Zerohedge

Speed-Limiters Will Be Equipped In All-New EU Cars Beginning Next Month

May 4, 2022
The new speed limit assist system "will become mandatory on new cars in 2022 uses a forward-facing camera mounted on the car and the vehicle's satellite navigation system to identify the speed limit and, if the car is exceeding it, to restrict the fuel flowing to the engine until the vehicle is at the limit speed," British automobile magazine Autocar said. Autotrader added: "The speed limiter will send haptic, audio, and visual warnings until you start driving within the speed limits." — Zerohedge

Why every American should care that diesel prices are surging across the country

May 4, 2022
Without diesel fuel, the U.S. economy would collapse in a matter of days. Our supply chains would completely shrivel, almost overnight. Trucks use it to haul our goods across the country. Of all Class 8 trucks (the big ones), 97% use diesel. No, Elon Musk is not going to save us here. When Tesla announced the Semi in 2017, Musk projected that over 100,000 would be produced by 2022. Today there are less than 20, mostly prototypes. Trains also depend on diesel to transport products across the country. Almost every train in the country depends on diesel for energy. — Freight Waves

Russia's Progress In Donbas "Minimal At Best" As 5,000 Javelins Have Entered Ukraine: Pentagon

May 3, 2022
Contradicting prior reports and speculation that Russia's military had pledged to President Putin that it would liberate the Donbas region by Russia's 'Victory Day' celebrations on May 9, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Monday asserted that this is not likely to happen, nor will Moscow set any artificial timeframes. — Zerohedge

Besieged Azovstal Steel Plant "Worse Than Hell" As UN Brokers 'Safe Passage Operation' For 100 Civilians

May 3, 2022
Now multiple weeks into a standoff where Azov fighters and Ukrainian civilians have been holed up in a large Mariupol steel plant while surrounded by Russian forces who have total control of the city, another round of successful civilian evacuations as been accomplished. The United Nations has dubbed it a 'safe passage operation'. "Evacuation of civilians from Azovstal began," Zelensky said on Twitter over the weekend. The group of at least 46 civilians which initially exited the massive Azovstal Iron and Steel Works mill are expected to arrive in the Ukrainian controlled city of Zaporizhzhia on Monday. Follow-up reports put the total number of civilians leaving the plant at 100, after the latest pause in fighting was secured with the help of the United Nations and Red Cross. — Zerohedge

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Rejoins Twitter, Suspended Again Hours Later

May 3, 2022
A Twitter spokesperson told news outlets Sunday that the account was banned. The Epoch Times has contacted the firm for comment. “The account you referenced was permanently suspended for violating the Twitter Rules on ban evasion,” a Twitter spokesperson told the Daily Beast website. Lindell also confirmed to the left-wing publication that his recently created account was suspended, calling it “a shame,” adding that former Twitter CEO “Jack Dorsey should be first in line for prison!” — Epoch Times

Russian TV Warns Britain Can Be 'Drowned In Radioactive Tsunami’ By Single Nuclear Sub Strike

May 3, 2022
A recent Russian state TV program has stirred outrage and made headlines across the United Kingdom after a television presenter featured a simulated demonstration of how the Russian navy's nuclear submarines would take out the UK with ease. ..."Putin has broken a post-Cuba taboo on threatening to go nuclear. That, in itself, puts us in new territory. Without most people being aware of it, the world is entering its most dangerous period since the 1962 Cuban missile crisis." — Zerohedge

New Jan. 6 Bodycam Videos Show DC Police Officer Assaulting Unconscious Protester

May 1, 2022
A District of Columbia police officer used a large wooden stick to strike the body and head of protester Rosanne Boyland three times as she lay motionless on the ground on Jan. 6, 2021, according to bodycam footage from several officers obtained by The Epoch Times. Use-of-force expert Stanley Kephart, upon reviewing the previously unreleased footage, concluded that the three full-force blows by D.C. police officer Lila Morris constituted a felony assault with intent to cause great bodily harm. — The Epoch Times

China and Russia's 'Space War': Where Is The US?

May 1, 2022
"The threats are really growing and expanding every single day.... We're really at a point now where there's a whole host of ways that our space systems can be threatened.... Hostile action toward our space-based assets is not a question of 'if,' but instead, 'when.'" — General David Thompson, Washington Post, November 30, 2021. "Fifteen years after China's ASAT strike, we still lack the ability to defeat an attack on our space systems or launch an offensive strike if circumstances warrant." — US Air Force Gen. Kevin Chilton (Ret.), former commander of U.S. Strategic Command and Air Force Space Command, The Hill, April 12, 2022. — Gatestone Institute

INVESTIGATION: Hospitals Ignoring Price Transparency Rule Rack Up Billion-Dollar Profits

May 1, 2022
It was an historic, bipartisan healthcare reform. In 2020, President Donald Trump proposed and the Biden Administration finalized the transparency rule whereby hospitals were forced to open their books and post their prices for healthcare services online and in real time. Blatantly, though, hospitals are refusing to comply. As of January 1, 86-percent of hospitals were not complying with the transparency rule according to an investigation by the organization Patient Rights Advocate. One year after the rule went into effect, a staggering 857 out of the 1,000 hospitals surveyed refused to open their pricing books or were non-compliant. — Open The Books

The People Behind DHS’s Orwellian “Disinformation Governance Board”

May 1, 2022
A “Disinformation Governance Board” has just been created and is going to be run by the Department of Homeland Security. Their primary goal is going to be to “police” what is deemed to be “misinformation” or “disinformation.” No clarification has been given as of yet as to what this policing will mean, but it has been pointed out that the creation of this new Disinformation Governance Board is going to have the full strength of the DHS behind it. — Organic Prepper

Senator Demands Biden Scrap Creepy ‘Disinformation’ Unit; “Dissolve This Monstrosity Immediately”

May 1, 2022
“It can only be assumed that the sole purpose of this new Disinformation Governance Board will be to marshal the power of the federal government to censor conservative and dissenting speech” — Summit News

Why Is CDC Trying to Put a Mask on Your Face Again?

May 1, 2022
After the court decision, a hundred flowers bloomed in the form of air-born celebrations from coast to coast. Will it last? Not if our rulers in DC get their way. But let’s be clear about something. It’s about masks but more. The mask is a metaphor for all the controls, restrictions, impositions, mandates, closures, and resulting wreckage of the past two years. People hate them because they are so personal. More precisely, they are depersonalizing, which is precisely how the lockdown period of American history has felt the entire time. We are our faces, to others and ourselves. Take that away and what are we? We are tools. We are pawns. We are lab rats for their experiments. Masks are dehumanizing because they are supposed to be. The mask has a very long history as a tool of subjection and enslavement. We all know this intuitively. — Brownstone Institute

Hundreds of CDC Employees Haven’t Received COVID-19 Vaccine

May 1, 2022
A total of 382 workers at the CDC are unvaccinated, Roger Andoh, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) officer at the agency, told The Epoch Times. Another nine employees have just had one dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, meaning they also don’t qualify as fully vaccinated per the CDC’s guidelines. Collectively, the number is 3.2 percent of the CDC’s workforce. — The Epoch Times

Shanghai Ship-Jam Spells Supply Chain Trouble

May 1, 2022
China’s tough new lockdown measures have led to a major backlog of cargo and container ships in front of Shanghai's port. With employees unable to go to work, the world’s largest container port is having to manage with significantly fewer staff. As Statista's Anna Fleck shows in the chart below, the scale of the problem, using a map of the area on April 28, as provided by FleetMon, an online tracking portal for ships. — ZeroHedge

The Marine Corps’ plan to redesign the force will only end up breaking it

Apr 29, 2022
Marines will not possess the type of units and equipment needed to “close with and destroy” an enemy. Infantry will no longer be the mainstay of the Corps; missiles and technologies are to be its strength. Without tanks and sufficient cannon artillery, there will be no basis for combined arms. Marines will not have a mobile, protected, direct-fire weapons system for the first time since 1923. Neither history nor the American people will judge the Corps’ actions as wise. — Task and Purpose

How Russia and China Use Disinformation to Justify Internment Camps

Apr 29, 2022
Part of Russia's strategy to exert dominance in this region has allegedly been to remove potential combatants from the area. Petro Andryushchenko, an advisor to the mayor of Mariupol, posted on Telegram that Vladimir Putin's forces have removed roughly 27,000 people from the area and forcibly placed them in "filtration camps." In its past wars with Chechnya in the mid-1990s and early 2000s, Russian forces placed Chechens in mass internment centers, which they refer to as "filtration camps," where the U.S. State Department says the Russians "beat, tortured and executed" detainees. — Newsweek

Fears grow over Moldova breakaway region being drawn into Ukraine war

Apr 29, 2022
Transnistria, which is controlled by pro-Russian separatists and permanently hosts 1,500 Russian troops as well as a large arms depot, borders western Ukraine. — The Guardian

UK Demands Elon Musk Keeps Twitter ‘Responsible’ by Censoring Content

Apr 29, 2022
Authorities in the United Kingdom are demanding that Twitter follows the country’s censorship laws when it comes under the control of its new owner, Elon Musk. — Breitbart

FDA Gives 1st Full Approval to COVID-19 Treatment for Children

Apr 29, 2022
The agency “took two actions” to expand the use of Veklury, or remdesivir, to include pediatric patients who are 28 days and older, weigh at least 7 pounds, and have tested positive for COVID-19. The FDA approval is applicable to children who are hospitalized or have mild-to-moderate COVID-19 symptoms and are also at high risk of severe COVID-19. It means Veklury is the first fully approved COVID-19 treatment for pediatric patients who are under the age of 12. — The Epoch Times

EXPLOSIVE New Surveillance Footage of Ballot Drop Boxes

Apr 29, 2022
Dinesh D’Souza has used cellphone tracking software to document that there were “2000 Mules” in key states during the 2020 election that were tracked going from ballot box to ballot box, having been hired to stuff the boxes with false ballots. — Dinesh D'Souza

Durham Staffer Accidentally Makes Private Emails Public, Fusion GPS Coordination Discussions with Media, and Much More

Apr 28, 2022
Michael Sussmann, a Perkins Coie lawyer, is accused of lying to the FBI about who he was working for when Sussmann was trying to push the Trump-Russia collusion story to trigger an investigation. Former FBI legal counsel James Baker has said Sussmann told the FBI he was operating independently as a concerned citizen. However, Sussmann is defending himself by saying: (a) he never said he was not working for Clinton at the time he brought the FBI the material, a demonstrable falsehood; and (b) he was motivated by altruism, unrelated to efforts to help Clinton, another demonstrable falsehood. — Conservative TreeHouse

Oklahoma GOP Governor Sign Nation's First Law Banning Non-Binary Birth Certificates

Apr 28, 2022
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed the bill into law on Tuesday that explicitly says birth certificates will have only male or female gender assignments. The new law comes after an executive order from the governor restricted the Oklahoma State Health Department from adding a nonbinary option. — The Epoch Times

Heart Inflammation More Prevalent Among Vaccinated Than Unvaccinated: Study

Apr 28, 2022
Heart inflammation requiring hospital care was more common among people who received COVID-19 vaccines than those who did not, according to a new study of tens of millions of Europeans. — The Epoch Times

More Secret Gender Transition Closets Discovered in Public Schools

Apr 28, 2022
They started in colleges, but trans closets—rooms stocked with transgender clothes and accessories for students to change into after arriving at school and back out of before going home—are being discovered in public schools, with some indication that they’re being kept secret from parents. In a recent TikTok video, a California teacher implies that the trans closet he started at the high school where he works is meant to be kept from parents. — The Epoch Times

Fauci Admits "Pandemic Phase" Of COVID Is Over

Apr 28, 2022
Fauci's 'brave' call comes just days after The CDC announced that because so many people in the U.S. have now caught omicron and other strains of the coronavirus, nearly 60% of the population - and almost 75% of children 11 and younger - now have antibodies to it in their blood. There's just one small problem... no one told The White House... Psaki: "COVID isn't over, and the pandemic isn't over." — ZeroHedge

Joe Biden Has $5.2 Million in ‘Unexplained’ Income. I Wonder Where It Came From?

Apr 28, 2022
According to financial records, Joe Biden has $5.2 million in “unexplained income” that (by pure coincidence, of course) was acquired around the same time Hunter Biden was raking in big bucks from foreign business deals and earmarking “10 percent for the Big Guy.” — PJ Media

Russia Says It Destroyed "Large Batch" Of Western Weapons With Ship-Launched Missiles

Apr 28, 2022
Specifically, Russian warships launched Kalibr missiles from the Black Sea, targeting and destroying a military warehouse said to contain "a large batch of foreign weapons and ammunition, supplied by the US and European countries to the Ukrainian army," according to the MoD statement. While not acknowledged by the Ukrainians or US, it comes after the Kremlin vowed to target Western arms transfers into the country. — Zerohedge

White House Visitor Logs Reveal Meetings Between Hunter Biden Business Partner and Joe Biden

Apr 28, 2022
Eric Schwerin, the former president of Hunter Biden’s now-dissolved investment firm Rosemont Seneca Partners, visited the White House at least 19 times from 2009 to 2015, according to White House visitor log records reviewed by The Epoch Times and first reported by the New York Post. — The Epoch Times

Multiple Attacks Reported in Moldova’s Breakaway Region of Transnistria

Apr 28, 2022
Over the past few days, multiple attacks and explosions have been reported in the breakaway Transnistria region of Moldova that borders Ukraine. Transnistria has been a de facto independent state since 1992 and hosts about 1,500 Russian troops on a “peacekeeping” mission. On Monday, several explosions that were said to be caused by rocket-propelled grenades reportedly hit Transnistria’s Ministry of State Security in the capital Tiraspol. On Tuesday, the territory’s Security Council said a “terrorist attack” hit a military unit near Tiraspol. — Anti-War.com

Twitter Board Folds - "Unanimously Approves" Musk Taking Firm Private For $44 Billion

Apr 25, 2022
With earnings right around the corner, and having seen the shares rally all day on leak after leak, Twitter shares were halted 'news pending' before new hit that billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk reaches deal to acquire Twitter for approximately $44B. "I can't believe they just let a billionaire buy Twitter." -media person who works for a company owned by a billionaire — ZeroHedge

Beijing Residents Scramble To Stockpile Food, Essentials As New COVID Outbreak Detected

Apr 25, 2022
Hopes that the CCP might be easing its Shanghai lockdown were dashed this week as authorities loosened restrictions for manufacturers and others businesses, while mostly keeping restrictions on residential areas intact. — ZeroHedge

Russia Ramps Up Attacks On Ukraine Rail Lines To Thwart NATO Arms Shipments

Apr 25, 2022
The Russian military is ramping up efforts to thwart Western arms deliveries into Ukraine, on Monday striking at least six railway stations and facilities. In a statement late in the day the Russian Ministry of Defense (MoD) confirmed it attacked the locations, including taking out train tracks and transport lines, as they were being used "to supply Ukrainian forces with foreign weapons," according to state RIA. — ZeroHedge

Big Brother (sorry, Big Person) is correcting you on Google

Apr 25, 2022
The tool suggests more gender-inclusive phrasing, such as changing “policemen” to “police officers”, and replacing “housewife” with “stay-at-home-spouse”. But it also objects to the technical term "motherboard" - used for a printed circuit board containing the principal components of a computer or other device. If a writer uses these and other terms a message pops up stating “Inclusive warning. Some of these words may not be inclusive to all readers. Consider using different words.” — UK Telegraph

Shanghai Reports Record COVID Deaths As Lockdown Drags On

Apr 25, 2022
As the COVID pandemic in Shanghai drags on, the city reported its highest number of daily COVID deaths yet (at least, the largest number according to their official data) as China continues to abide by its "zero COVID" policy, even after easing restrictions on some residential areas ever-so-slightly late last week. — ZeroHedge

Global Shipping Update: China is About to Wreck Your Summer

Apr 25, 2022
"The coming volume drop in ocean container volumes (TEUs) leaving China for US ports is staggering. Our Ocean TEU Volume Index in SONAR now has a 14-day forward look at volumes, and it looks ugly. By early May 2022, we could see the lowest levels we’ve seen since May of 2020." — Mish Shedlock

Macron Re-Elected French President; Le Pen Concedes Defeat

Apr 25, 2022
...The victory makes Macron the first French president to win a second term in two decades - the first since Jacques Chirac, who left office in 2007. — ZeroHedge

FBI Warns of Targeted Cyber Attacks On Food Plants After Mysterious Rash Of Fires

Apr 24, 2022
The most recent incidents were fires at two Oregon-based food processing plants. The first, on Monday night, a fire destroyed Azure Standard's joint headquarters and warehouse facilities. The second was an explosion on Tuesday at a Shearer's Foods plant. Internet sleuths pieced together a compilation of headlines showing a spate of fires at food processing plants across the country in the last year or so. — ZeroHedge

Putin To Test Nuclear Missile Capable Of Striking US By Autumn

Apr 24, 2022
Western military experts said more tests would be needed before the missile could be deployed. The Sarmat is capable of carrying 10 or more nuclear warheads (or decoys) and of striking targets thousands of miles away in the US or Europe. — ZeroHedge

Showdown Looms Over Vacated Mask Mandate

Apr 24, 2022
“If the DOJ is successful, it will absolutely destroy Democrats in the fall, even if there are solid health reasons,” Luntz said. “If you go back now, it won’t be the Justice Department or the CDC that’s punished. It will be Biden and Democrats. They ought to leave well enough alone at this point.” — Real Clear Politics

Twitter board adopts 'poison pill' to keep Elon Musk from executing takeover

Apr 22, 2022
Under the poison pill plan, "If any person or group acquires beneficial ownership of at least 15% of Twitter’s outstanding common stock without the board’s approval, other shareholders will be allowed to purchase additional shares at a discount," CNBC reported. — The Blaze

Ohio university pays $400,000 in damages to professor who refused to use student's preferred pronouns

Apr 22, 2022
A public university in Ohio will pay $400,000 to a philosophy professor who refused to use a student's preferred pronouns. The settlement arrives four years after the school punished the professor for not using a student's preferred pronouns. The legal team for the professor argued the university violated the professor's First Amendment rights. — The Blaze

Biden’s emergency SPR oil release is going to Europe…

Apr 22, 2022
Joe Biden’s decision to release 180 million barrels of oil from the US Strategic Petroleum Reserve – one million barrels per day for 180 days, ending just before the midterm elections which the Democrats will lose in an avalanche – was meant to help lower US gasoline prices. Instead, it is heading for Europe. — Citizen's Free Press

Court Brief: Biden Releases 756K Border Crossers, Population Larger than Boston, into American Communities Since Taking Office

Apr 22, 2022
President Joe Biden’s administration has released more than 750,000 border crossers and illegal aliens, a foreign population larger than the population of Boston, Massachusetts, into the United States since taking office in January 2021, a court brief confirms. — News Wars

Finland and Sweden, moving toward possible NATO membership, brace for Russian backlash

Apr 22, 2022
Last Wednesday in Stockholm, the prime ministers of Sweden and Finland, countries where neutrality and military non-alliance are deeply woven into their cultures, shocked the world by issuing a joint statement that, thanks to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, they were considering applying for membership in NATO. — yahoo

Russia Tests Nuclear-Capable ICBM As Putin Warns Enemies It's "Food For Thought"

Apr 21, 2022
"Sarmat is the most powerful missile with the biggest hitting range in the world. It will significantly strengthen the combat power of the Russian strategic nuclear armed forces," the Russian Defense Ministry said. The test took place in Russia's far north, reportedly at the Plesetsk spaceport which lies about 800 km north of Moscow. — ZeroHedge

CDC Asks DoJ To Appeal Lifting Of Mask Mandate "To Protect Public Health"

Apr 21, 2022
Forget all those videos showing cheering passengers... and screw all those airlines who made the decision - based on their customers demands - to lift the mask mandate... and ignore for one moment that there is no 'science', other than 'political science' behind the mandate for mask-wearing. Presumably, it is simply the fact that some 'freedom' was given back to the American public that was just unacceptable. — ZeroHedge

CDC Asks DoJ To Appeal Lifting Of Mask Mandate "To Protect Public Health"

Apr 21, 2022
...Forget all those videos showing cheering passengers... and screw all those airlines who made the decision - based on their customers demands - to lift the mask mandate... and ignore for one moment that there is no 'science', other than 'political science' behind the mandate for mask-wearing. Presumably, it is simply the fact that some 'freedom' was given back to the American public that was just unacceptable. — ZeroHedge

Former Intelligence Officials, Citing Russia, Say Big Tech Monopoly Power is Vital to National Security

Apr 21, 2022
When the U.S. security state announces that Big Tech's centralized censorship power must be preserved, we should ask what this reveals about whom this regime serves. — Glenn Greenwald

Californians Rally Against the ‘Infanticide Bill’

Apr 21, 2022
AB 2223 would prohibit holding a person—the mother or a health care provider—responsible for “miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion, or perinatal death” of a baby based on “their actions or omissions” related to the pregnancy, according to the state legislative information website. Although the bill doesn’t give a precise definition of “perinatal,” it commonly entails the time frame between 22 weeks of pregnancy and seven days after birth, according to the committee’s bill analysis. — The Epoch Times

US Says 'No Major Territorial Gains' By Russians In Donbas So Far

Apr 21, 2022
US defense officials told CNN on Wednesday that Russia has made no significant territorial gains in Donbas after a major renewed offensive kicked off there at the start of this week, marking a 'new phase' in the war. But given the intensely competing narratives and information warfare, including all that goes along with the 'fog of war', such assessments should be taken with a grain of salt. — ZeroHedge

Russia Tells Azov Fighters Trapped In Giant 'Fortress' Steel Plant: "Lay Down Arms Or We'll Level Everything"

Apr 21, 2022
"the situation around the Azovstal plant to be extremely difficult, with hundreds of civilians also sheltering in the basements of the steel factory with dwindling supplies and defenders under constant attack." — ZeroHedge

Julian Assange Closer To US Transfer After London Court Issues Extradition Order

Apr 21, 2022
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has just come a major step closer to being transferred into US custody, after on Wednesday a London court issued a formal extradition order during a hearing. All that awaits is higher government approval for the legal ruling, a remaining limited appeals process notwithstanding. — ZeroHedge

Global Rice Production Set To Plunge 10%, Threatening Half Of Humanity

Apr 21, 2022
Farmers in China, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and Vietnam — the largest rice-producing countries could experience reduced output due to soaring fertilizer prices. The International Rice Research Institute warns that harvests could plunge as much as 10% in the next season, equating to about 36 million tons of rice, or enough food to feed a half billion people, according to Bloomberg. — ZeroHedge

"Battle Of Donbas" In Full Swing As Russia Launches 'Hellish' All-Out Assault

Apr 19, 2022
In the overnight hours the "Battle of the Donbass" - as Ukraine's Zelensky is calling it - was launched with a full renewed Russian onslaught, marking the beginning of a second phase of the war which kicked off with the Feb.24 invasion. The opening hours of Tuesday were marked by constant shelling and missile strikes in the region. — ZeroHedge

Russia Intensifies Operations In Donbas As Putin Said To Want 'Key Victory' By Early May

Apr 19, 2022
Having dispersed from both sides of the Dnieper river north of Kyiv earlier this month, Russian troops appear to be planning a “pincer movement” down from Izyum in the north, and up from Mariupol in the south, in an attempt to push Ukrainian forces out of the Donbas region and deliver a key victory to Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of May 9 when Russia marks the Soviet defeat of Nazi Germany. — ZeroHedge

Ukrainian Official: Mariupol ‘Doesn’t Exist Anymore’ After Russia Blockade

Apr 19, 2022
“The situation in Mariupol is both dire militarily and heartbreaking. The city doesn’t exist anymore. The remainder of the Ukrainian army and large group of civilians are basically encircled by the Russian forces,” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said during an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation.” The Kremlin announced on Saturday that there were no Ukrainian troops in the urban area of Mariupol, a key battlefield in the east of Ukraine. — The Epoch Times

Chinese Lockdowns Expand, Raising More Questions About Beijing's Motives For Shutting Down

Apr 19, 2022
China is looking for an excuse to slow its production to put pressure on the Western world at a time when it is trying to separate further, economically, from the West Today, I’m leaning toward reason number three. That’s because as of this past weekend, China is now expanding its lockdowns further across the country. Oh, and did I mentioned that China’s top oil and gas producer has also all of a sudden decided it is going to cease doing business with Britain, Canada and the United States? First, let’s identify some of the interesting ways that lockdowns are spreading across the country. One lockdown happens to hit California-based Apple, Inc. in the gut. The “Zhengzhou Airport Economic Zone, a central Chinese manufacturing area that includes Apple Inc supplier Foxconn, announced a 14-day lockdown on Friday to be adjusted according to the epidemic situation,” — QTR's Fringe Finance

Something Is Rotten In The State Of Shanghai's Latest COVID Lockdowns

Apr 19, 2022
If I had to bet it all today on why China is locking down the way that it is, I would take one of these three scenarios over actual implementation of the world’s most irrational health policy: The CCP is simply trying to usurp more power There’s something about Covid that China knows that the rest of the world still doesn’t know China is looking for an excuse to slow its production to put pressure on the Western world at a time when it is trying to separate further, economically, from the West Either way, the more I see out of the country with every passing day, the more it becomes clear to me that something is rotten in the state of Shanghai’s latest Covid lockdowns. — QTR's Fringe Finance

Russia Expands 'Powerful' Cruise Missile Strikes To Western City Of Lviv

Apr 19, 2022
..It appears more airpower and long-range missiles will be used. ...Russia has reportedly hit hundreds of targets across Ukraine Monday in a significant expansion of its long-range strikes and show of air power. Significantly this includes multiple missile strikes on the major Western city of Lviv, which has for much of the war been considered relatively 'safe' compared to the eastern half of the country. — ZeroHedge

Shanghai Residents Clash With Police Over Neighborhood Quarantine Centers Under Construction

Apr 19, 2022
Footage that widely circulated on social media shows residents entered a neighborhood clash with police in Shanghai due to local authorities’ decision to acquire some of their community’s apartment buildings as quarantine centers. — Wentworth Report

Corn Exceeds $8 A Bushel For First Time In Decade On Shortage Fears

Apr 19, 2022
A combination of factors has sent corn futures in Chicago to the highest level in a decade as investors fret over dwindling supplies. Corn futures haven't exceeded $8 a bushel since September 2012, following a devastating drought that damaged crops across the U.S. Midwest. Now supply risks return but for different reasons. — ZeroHedge

CDC Says Public Transportation Mask Mandate No Longer In Effect

Apr 19, 2022
The CDC says it will not enforce the mask order but continues to recommend that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings. As a reminder, the U.S. Senate voted 57-40 last month to overturn the public health order requiring masks on airplanes and other forms of public transportation, drawing a veto threat from President Joe Biden. — ZeroHedge

Southern Border Migrant Crossings Spike To Record High In March Ahead Of Biden's Plan To Lift Title 42

Apr 19, 2022
Customs and Border Protection data shows Southern border encounters in March were the highest on record (going back to 2000), as the Biden administration prepares to end Title 42 public health protections that allow agents to quickly expel migrants at the border. — ZeroHedge

China to Deploy Most Advanced Fighter Jet to Disputed East and South China Seas

Apr 19, 2022
The Chinese military is deploying its most advanced fighter jet to hotly contested regions in the East and South China Seas, according to Chinese state media. The J-20 stealth fighter jet will begin its deployments as part of training sessions, per Chinese state-owned media outlet Global Times. — The Epoch Times

Fourth Bus Of Illegal Migrants From Texas Border Arrives In Washington DC

Apr 19, 2022
Washington DC has just received its fourth busload of 'undocumented' migrants from Texas - a 'special delivery' from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott that contained roughly 10 passengers, according to Fox News. The buses are being sent by dint of an order from Abbott imposed earlier this month week tasking the Texas Division of Emergency Management with providing charter buses or flights to transport illegal immigrants released into the US by the Feds over to Washington DC. — ZeroHedge