A senior Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official living in the Washington, DC area found a burnt and decapitated animal on his front porch. Due to increased threats, a DHS official warned employees to keep badges hidden from public, be careful with public conversations and censor their social media posts. They were also advised to keep doors and windows locked and to be aware of unexpected changes in their homes. Last week, WikiLeaks published publicly available personal information of more than 9,000 supposed current and former ICE employees, arguing that it did so for “increasing accountability.”
According to an official who is familiar with recent threats directed against the Department of Homeland Security, the department determined that there is now a “heightened threat against DHS employees.” The official said roughly two dozen threats have been made in the last few days.
One specific example: a senior DHS official living in the Washington, D.C. area found a burnt and decapitated animal on his front porch.
On Saturday, Claire Grady, acting deputy secretary of Homeland Security, wrote to employees, “This assessment is based on specific and credible threats that have been levied against certain DHS employees and a sharp increase in the overall number of general threats against DHS employees.” Her memo recommended not displaying work badges in public, being careful with public conversations and being circumspect on social networks. It also recommended DHS employees “always keep doors and windows locked” and “be aware of unexpected changes in and around your home.”
The Supreme Court last week refused to review the 2020 election fraud cases against Pennsylvania, claiming it was ‘moot’ because the election was over. This week, the Supreme Court rejected, without comment or explanation, the remaining 2020 election challenges by Attorney Sidney Powell in Arizona and Wisconsin.
Matt Meyer is President of the Berkeley Federation of Teachers and has fought to keep schools closed in his district, demanding that all educators get vaccinated before reopening schools as part of of his criteria.
Democrat US Representatives Jimmy Panetta and Ted Lieu are leading 31 House Democrats who have requested Joe Biden to renounce his sole authority as President to launch nuclear weapons. Biden’s cognitive abilities have been questioned, and Democrats fear allowing him sole discretion over launching nuclear weapons.
Dr. Hervé Seligmann and engineer Haim Yativ examined the statistics and concluded that the Pfizer vaccine killed “about 40 times more elderly people than the disease itself would have killed”. They say the death count is too low for vaccinated people because there will be delayed deaths from long-term complications.
Health authorities in England have announced that not a single case of influenza, out of 685,243 tested, has been detected this year. In spite of the official narrative, many health experts have said that this is because influenza cases are being falsely counted as COVID cases.
Mexican President López Obrador pledged to phase out herbicide glyphosate and the cultivation of genetically modified corn and, eventually, GM corn imports. GM corn producers and exporters in the US are considering lawsuits against Mexico over the bans.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris savaged President Trump for keeping “kids in cages.” But now they’re doing the same thing by housing 700 migrant teens in some of the very same facilities they decried. Biden is ending Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” program for Central American asylum seekers, which took pressure off the border.
Dr. Meryl Nass, MD said that this type of treatment has never been approved before, there never have been human trials that prove safety or effectiveness, there is no proof that it blocks infection and transmission, and there are numerous reasons to suspect it will cause extensive injuries and death.
On February 25, Biden’s 36th day in office, he authorized an airstrike against Syria in retaliation for attacks against US forces in Iraq. C. Johnstone reported that the mainstream news is trying to justify the bombing as a defensive operation, even though the US military is an invading force in both Syria and Iraq.
The money will be used for a no-fault compensation program for vaccine injuries in 92 low and mid-income countries. American and European taxpayers will pay for the injuries and deaths, not the companies that make the products that cause them.
Senator Rand Paul was criticized for questioning Health and Human Services nominee Dr. Rachel Levine, a male-to-female transgender person and pediatrician. Paul said that Levine has supported surgical destruction of minors’ genitalia and giving them hormone blockers to prevent puberty.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, a former Socialist Party prime minister in Portugal, called for a global coordinated action against the “grave danger” caused by “White supremacy” and “neo-Nazi” movements.
Attorney Reiner Fuellmich presented video from a whistleblowers who says that 31 residents suffering from dementia in a care facility in Germany were injected the Pfizer Covid-19 RNA vaccine that left eight dead, and 11 more with serious side effects. Some of the residents were vaccinated by force.
On January 6th, 2021, Ashli Babbitt was shot to death on January 6, 2021 in the Capitol building by a Capitol police officer. 50 days later, the officer was finally identified in photos before and during the shooting, but his name is being withheld from Ashli Babbit’s attorneys.
Sara Stickles, a 28-year old mother and healthcare worker at Swedish American Hospital, reportedly suffered a brain aneurysm and is now brain dead 5 days after receiving the second COVID injection from Pfizer.
Buffalo’s schools have high rates of failure. In fifth grade, only 18% of students are proficient in math and only 20% proficient in English. One-third fail to graduate from high school. In response, school administrators have not tried to improve academic achievement, but have launched an ant-racist training program.
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California: Three judges ruled that Trump supporters who were attacked by leftists at a 2016 Trump rally may sue the police for funneling them into a violent crowd of anti-Trump protesters and refused to protect them. The city tried to get the lawsuit dismissed by arguing that the Trump supporters should have expected to be assaulted at the rally.
Former AG Eric Holder said at a campaign event this week that when Republicans “go low,” Democrats should “kick them.” Holder uses emotional and violent language against his opposition, such as engaging in a knife fight, giving his followers permission to get physical.