SENATOR DICK DURBIN ADMITS MILLIONS HAVE BEEN KILLED BY THE COVID VACCINE
Old Parliament House in Australia BURNED! Vax Protesters Warn: Current One is Next
Direct confrontation with the government of Australia broke out this morning as freedom-loving Australians set fire to that country's Old Parliament House over tyrannical COVID-19 infringements upon freedom, and coerced/forced vaccines. As Old Parliament House Burned, protesters warned, "the present one is next."
Video below shows fire coming out of the main entrance of Old Parliament House:
Marines say Biden’s COVID vaccine mandate is a ‘purge’
Multiple Marines who spoke anonymously to Fox News on Wednesday and refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine said the administration is forcing out the “best and brightest” in the military in what they described as a “political purge.”
One Marine major with more than 17 years on active duty said, “There’s something fundamentally wrong at this point with our nation’s leadership. We are facing an unconstitutional edict that I think is very targeted as a political purge, taking out some of the best and brightest soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and guardians from the Space Force.”
Tyrannical Laws Proposed in NY
Austin, Texas Schoolchildren Told To Double-Mask Upon Returning From Winter Break, Defying State Law
Austin Independent School District (AISD) announced Wednesday it will continue defying state law by forcing kids to wear face masks at school, now forcing them to wear two!
After a 5th Circuit Court of Appeals judge ruled in early December that Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order banning mask mandates is legal, the liberal school district continued to ignore the law.
Irrefutable Evidence: The COVID-19 KILL SHOT IS DOING IT’S JOB
Doctors Arne Burkhardt and Sucharit Bhakdi provide evidence that the COVID-19 vaccines cannot protect against a viral infection and trigger self-destruction within vital organs.
FDA expected to clear Pfizer boosters for 12-15-year-olds
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration plans on Monday to authorize booster doses of Pfizer-BioNTech's coronavirus vaccine for 12- to 15-year-olds, the New York Times reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with FDA deliberations.
U.S. regulators also plan to cut the time gap for both adolescents and adults to get a booster shot of Pfizer's vaccine to five months after a second dose, from the current six months, the newspaper reported.
Nancy Pelosi Buys Millions In Call Options In Google, Micron, Roblox, Salesforce And Disney
Despite a populist grassroots movement seeking to ban Congress members from trading stocks, one which has attracted bipartisan political support, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi – arguably one of the most prolific Congressional traders – said two weeks ago that lawmakers should be allowed to make trades while serving.
“We’re a free market economy,” Pelosi told reporters during a news conference. “They should be able to participate in that.”
Netherlands Now Plans up to 6 Jabs for COVID
The government of the Netherlands has announced a plan to administer up to six total doses of the controversial COVID-19 vaccines.
Hugo de Jonge, the country’s health minister, broke the news earlier today.
According to Jonge, COVID-19 will now need at least four boosters between now and 2023, as Newsweek reported.
This means that country’s residents will need to receive the initial two COVID-19 vaccine doses, the first booster, two more boosters in 2022, and one booster in 2023.
Putin warns Biden sanctions will be a 'colossal mistake' and threatens to SEVER ties: US president urges Russian leader to 'de-escalate' and says West will 'respond decisively' if he 'further invades' Ukraine
- Both sides threatened consequences if Ukraine crisis is not resolved quickly
- Biden and Putin talked by telephone for 50 minutes on Thursday afternoon
- The Russian president said new sanctions would lead to the complete breakdown in relations between Washington and Moscow, said the Kremlin
- Russia has deployed almost 100,000 troops close to the border with Ukraine
- Putin says he wants guarantees that Ukraine will not be admitted to NATO
- Earlier it emerged that a US spy plane had been spotted over eastern Ukraine
Biden signs $137 million deal with German pharmaceutical company for COVID test strip factory that will take THREE YEARS to build and will start producing 83.3 million tests a month in late 2024 at the earliest
- Biden administration struck a deal a German company to build a factory in Wisconsin to increase production of COVID-19 testing kits
- MilliporeSigma's new factory will pump out 83.3 million tests per month – but the facility won't be operational for another three years
- 'Construction is expected to begin the second half of 2022 and initial planning and preparatory work is already underway,' a MilliporeSigma spokesperson said
- They told DailyMail.com: 'We estimate that the facility will be capable of providing lateral flow membranes in the latter part of 2024'
- Fuels speculation the administration thinks testing will still be needed in 2025
- Does not fix immediate concerns of testing shortages and hours-long lines to get tested for COVID-19 as the Omicron variant sweeps the nation
- Biden caught heat Wednesday with news contracts won't be finished 'until next week' for the 500 million at-home tests that he promised
- There are still unanswered questions about how the at-home test distribution will work and how long it will take for the tests to arrive once ordered
Prince Andrew's lawyers 'locked in emergency talks' over Maxwell's conviction
Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty and the juror's decision is likely to have sparked fear in the Prince Andrew's legal team
Big Tech’s $10 Trillion Bet on Politics as Usual
Soaring market values reflect growing belief that regulations won’t trip Apple, Google, Facebook or Amazon
The Rich and Famous Flock to Beverly Hills’ Only Gun Store for Protection
The gun business is booming as the rich and famous flock to Beverly Hills’ only gun store, Beverly Hills Guns, for protection from the craziness that has overtaken day-to-day life in Los Angeles.
'Life threatening' wildfires raze at least 600 homes, a shopping mall and a hotel to the ground in Boulder, Colorado: State of emergency declared after 'historic' December blaze sparked 30,000 to evacuate
- Two grass fires were sparked in Colorado on Thursday morning after strong winds caused power lines to fall and transformers to explode
- Six people have been taken to hospital in Broomfield with burns, a hospital spokesman confirmed; Colorado officials on Thursday night said they were unaware of any fatalities - although that could change, they said
- Almost 600 homes have been destroyed, Boulder County sheriff said, and dramatic footage showed an apartment block in Superior going up in flames
- Joe Pelle, the sheriff, said approximately 370 homes have been lost in the Sagamore subdivision, just west of Superior, and 210 in Old Town Superior, in addition to the Target store and Element hotel
- Residents of Superior, home to 12,500, and Louisville, population 21,000, have been evacuated as the fires continue, with the Marshall Fire threatening the town and affecting an estimated 1,600 acres
- Boulder County residents have been told to flee if they see smoke or flames and evacuation centers have been established around the area
- Pre-evacuation orders have been issued for some parts of the town of Broomfield as the Marshall Fire continues to spread
- XCel Energy Colorado reported that 22,500 people were without power at of 10:30pm local time in Colorado
- Roads have been closed as high wind have blown several vehicles over and Denver International Airport temporarily halted flights
- Colorado Governor Jared Polis declared a state of emergency
Federal prosecutors quietly announce they have DROPPED their case against Jeffrey Epstein's jail guards, one day AFTER Ghislaine Maxwell's guilty verdict
- In a Thursday filing in Manhattan federal court, prosecutors asked a judge to dismiss claims against Tova Noel, 33 and Michael Thomas, 43
- They both complied with the six-month no-jail deal they agreed to in May, and completed community service, according to the filing
- Epstein was found hanging in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10, 2019, while awaiting trial for sex trafficking
- The Bureau of Prisons workers admitted to falsifying records, falling asleep and surfing the internet rather than doing round checks on Epstein every 30 minutes
- Noel and Thomas had been scheduled for a public hearing on December 16, but it was suddenly canceled on December 15
- The prosecutors' notice was filed on December 13, but the document was not made public until Thursday, a day after a jury found Maxwell guilty
'Buh-bye sh**head': Protesters force Bill de Blasio to move his final press conference inside as NYC's 'worst ever mayor' prepares to hand over a rotting Big Apple ravaged by murder and Omicron chaos to Eric Adams
- Bill de Blasio hosted two separate farewell press conferences following a morning media appearance on his last full day as mayor
- Protesters gathered outside City Hall on Thursday with anti-de Blasio signs, including one reading: Buh-bye sh*t head. Thanks for f***ing up our city'
- The outgoing mayor hands control to Eric Adams as the city has its worst murder rate in ten years
- Despite the Omicrons grip on the city, de Blasio refused to cancel the Times Square New Years Eve celebration - where Adams will be sworn in
Colorado Governor Jared Polis has reduced the 110-year sentence of Rogel Aguilera-Mederos to just ten years after widespread pressure from politicians, jurors, celebrities - including Kim Kardashian -
Pentagon is building a SECOND secret courtroom at Guantanamo Bay to hold trials for suspected terrorists at the same time from 2023
- Calls have grown for President Biden to shut down the controversial prison
- The new courtroom will exclude the public from the chamber, and permit two military judges to hold proceedings at the same time starting in 2023
- Smaller cases would be held in the new chamber, which will cost $4 million to build
- Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the four other men accused of plotting the 9/11 attacks would be tried in the existing chamber, with a gallery for the public
Covid Crisis Actors
Tsunami of Cases from Covid-19 Variants Will Drive Health Systems Towards Collapse: WHO
Elon Musk sparks debate with controversial Covid meme
US Sends 2 Spy Planes Over Ukraine To Assess Troop Build-Up On ‘Both Sides’
The US has taken the hugely provocative action of sending a pair of reconnaissance aircraft over Ukraine amid accusations Russia has mustered some 100,000+ troops near the border in preparation for an incursion into Donbass. The flight happened early in the week and was revealed Wednesday.
Minimum wages are going up in 26 states in 2022. Why isn't Utah among them?
But, the thousands who toil for hourly rates at or near the $7.25 minimum in Utah will not be among them.
On Jan. 1, 2022, California will become the first state to mandate a minimum wage of $15 per hour, and Washington state isn't far behind with its new minimum of $14.49 per hour going into effect the same day.
The Fed’s Moves Pumped Up Stocks. In 2022, It May Pull the Plug.
For two years, the stock market has been largely able to ignore the lived reality of Americans during the pandemic — the mounting coronavirus cases, the loss of lives and livelihoods, the lockdowns — because of underlying policies that kept it buoyant.
Investors can now say goodbye to all that.
Come 2022, the Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates to fight inflation, and government programs meant to stimulate the economy during the pandemic will have ended. Those policy changes will cause investors, businesses and consumers to behave differently, and their actions will eventually take some air out of the stock market, according to analysts.
When interest rates go up, borrowing becomes more expensive for both consumers and companies. That can hurt profit margins for companies and make stocks less attractive to investors, while sapping consumer demand because people have less money to spend if their mortgage and other loan payments go up. Over time, that tends to deflate the stock market and reduce demand, which brings inflation back under control.
“I expect 2022 to be a bumpier ride