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Leftist Reporters Go After Private Citizens following Data Hack at GiveSendGo that Revealed Donors’ Names

Last week, the leftist group Distributed Denial of Secrets released private details of several donors who gave money to Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teenager accused of killing two protesters in Wisconsin when he was attacked by them during riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year. The donors did not publish their names on GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding site, but the Guardian published the names of several public officials, emergency workers and police officers who donated anonymously to the Rittenhouse defense fund. On Friday, reporter Jason Nguyen attempted to confront a local paramedic in Utah at his home who anonymously gave $10 to the Rittenshouse defense fund. A man reported that Will Carless, a journalist from USA Today, asked him to explain why he donated to a member of the Proud Boys who was stabbed, following the data breach at GiveSendGo that revealed names of donors to conservative causes.

Last week news broke that the far left group Distributed Denial of Secrets released private details of several donors who gave money to Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teenager accused of killing two protesters in Wisconsin when he was brutally attacked during riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

The group DDoSecrets outed the donors who attempted to conceal their identities using an anonymous feature on GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding website, following a data breach, The Guardian reported.

The Guardian outed and published the names of several public officials, emergency workers and police officers who donated anonymously to the Rittenhouse defense fund.

Some donors were associated with email addresses traced to police and public work emails.

The Guardian felt this was important to out the officials.

On Friday Utah reporter Jason Nguyen stalked a local paramedic in Utah at his home who anonymously gave to the Rittenshouse defense fund.

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Fox News:    https://www.foxnews.com/media/rittenhouse-utah-reporter-condemned




Unvaccinated Women Claim Unusual Menstrual Cycles & Miscarriages After Being Near Recently Vaccinated Individuals


Women have reported concerning reactions to taking the COVID-19 shots that include changes in menstrual periods, painful lumps in armpits, and miscarriage. In a bizarre twist, even unvaccinated women also have complained of heavier periods and miscarriage after being physically close to people who had recently received their COVID-19 vaccination. Some have theorized that the spike protein in the mRNA injections might be shedding and causing illness in unvaccinated women. -GEG

Summary by JW WIlliams

Women are reporting menstrual issues and miscarriages after vaccination. But a new phenomena was noticed by an Instagram user who discovered that women who have not taken the vaccine alsoare reporting changes in their menstrual cycles, and even miscarriage, after simply being physically close to people who recently received a COVID-19 injection. The person posting the Instagram theorized that the spike protein in the mRNA injection might be shedding and causing illness in unvaccinated women. After she wrote about it, she was flooded with thousands of similar testimonials from people around the world.

Many women who received a COVID-19 shot have reported heavier, early, or otherwise irregular menstrual periods. Pro-vaccine health officials claim that it is good to have a strong reaction to COVID vaccines, because it shows the immune system is working. Critics, however, are believe that a strong reaction is more likey to be an indication of injury. Women have also reported large, painful lumps under the arm after receiving their shots.

Last month, an article from the UK said that miscarriages among vaccinated women rose by 366% over a six week period. The article claimed that that between December 9, 2020, and January 24, 2021, a total of six women had a miscarriage as a direct result of receiving one of the COVID-19 vaccines. The story then says there were 22 more reports of miscarriages from January 24 through March 7, bringing the total to 28, a rise of about 367%. COVID-19 injections are not recommended for pregnant or nursing mothers.

IB Times:  https://www.ibtimes.com/covid-19-vaccine-may-cause-alarming-side-effect-women-i-panicked-3151686

Refinery 29:  https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2021/04/10410413/vaccine-period-side-effects-irregular-late-heavy

NewsWars:   https://www.newswars.com/disturbing-unvaccinated-women-claim-unusual-menstrual-cycles-miscarriages-after-being-near-recently-vaccinated-individuals/

Daily Expose:  https://dailyexpose.co.uk/2021/03/21/miscarriages-after-having-covid-vaccine-increases-by-366-percent/