Georgia’s new voting law introduced stricter voter identification requirements for mail-in voting, limited drop boxes for absentee ballots, reduced the authority of Georgia’s Secretary of State, reducing him to a nonvoting member of the State Election Board, and expanded the legislature’s power over elections. The NY Times reported that companies in Georgia faced outrage from activists, customers, and a coalition of powerful Black executives after large companies did not immediately oppose the legislation before it was passed. Businesses may be used to pressure other states seeking to clean up their voting policies. Georgia’s House voted to strip Delta Airlines of a $35 million tax break as a rebuke of CEO Ed Bastian, who criticized the recent changes to the state’s voting laws. However, it was only symbolic as the state senate did not vote. Other companies to speak out against the voting law included Coca-Cola, Home Depot and Apple.
The Georgia House of Representatives voted Wednesday to strip Delta Airlines of a multimillion-dollar tax break in a symbolic rebuke of CEO Ed Bastian, who joined other business leaders in criticizing recent changes to the state’s voting laws.
The Republican-controlled House voted along party lines to end a tax break for jet fuel worth more than $35 million annually, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Georgia’s Republican House Speaker, David Ralston, acknowledged the vote was meant as a reprimand following Bastian’s remarks.
“They like our public policy when we’re doing things that benefit them,” Ralston said, adding, “You don’t feed a dog that bites your hand. You got to keep that in mind sometimes.”
Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca are running clinical trials on children as young as 6 months old. Anyone can report vaccine reactions, injuries and deaths on the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) website, and serious cases should be investigated.
In a shocking collection of interviews from the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis, BLM supporters agreed that the city should be burned and implied that white people need to be killed. They claim that thousands of unarmed black men are killed by police each year. The real number from last year was 18.
An Instagram social media personality revealed that COVID-19 vaccine providers are paying social media ‘influencers” who have large subscriber audiences to hawk their vaccines. The pay-to-propagandize scheme offered to pay her $1300 to market their vaccine.
Dr. Bhakdi says that mRNA vaccines are loaded with poisons and alter the immune system in such a way that it will greatly overreact when exposed to almost any pathogen including the flu. The attacks by their own immune system will be more deadly than the disease itself. He begged people not to take the vaccine.
China’s social credit score system already bans low-ranking people from renting a home, using buses, planes and trains, loans, private schools for their children and engaging in other basic functions of society. The system rewards its prisoners who guard the other prisoners.
The law criminalizes “violent or disorderly riots, obstructing roadways, destroying or toppling monuments, and harassment in public accommodations.” It also prohibits state funding to local governments that defund the police,
Vandals in California targeted a defense witness who testified that Chauvin did not use deadly force and was following police procedure, and threw blood on his house. Many believe the damage was meant to intimidate the jury.
Chauvin was convicted of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder by way of an “eminently dangerous” act, showing a “depraved mind,” and second-degree manslaughter via unreasonable risk. He faces a maximum of 75 years in prison.
GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding site, was hacked and anonymous donors to Kyle Rittenhouse were revealed. Reporter Jason Nguyen attempted to confront a local paramedic in Utah at his home who anonymously gave $10 to the Rittenshouse’s defense fund.
Women have reported reactions to 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 been vaccinated.
Hours after Congresswoman Maxine Waters called for BLM to get ‘more confrontational’, the Minnesota National Guard was targeted in a drive-by shooting. [It s clear that Waters and others like her are hoping to incite warfare in the streets to justify calling for martial law – which will never be lifted.]
Retired Colonel Matt Hepburn, an army infectious disease physician heading up DARPA’s response to the pandemic, said that DARPA has developed a filter to remove the virus from the blood via a dialysis machine, already approved by the FDA, and that it already has been used on 300 patients.
Other bills filed in Kentucky would bar the government from requiring any person to get a vaccine, prohibit employers from requiring a vaccine, ban discrimination against an employee who declines to get a vaccination, and prohibit colleges from requiring students to be vaccinated except for students in health care programs.
Following backlash, Orange County scrapped its plans for a vaccine passport program to restrict travel, conferences/meetings, concerts, sports, school and more. Their new plan is for businesses to implement the passports that can discriminate against people’s health status if they reject vaccines, which is illegal.
Concerned parents gathered outside of an Orange County Board of Education meeting to protest mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for students and lowering the age of children who may get the vaccine without parental consent. Parents also objected to constructing vaccine centers on school property.
COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers are now conducting clinical trials on children age 6 months to 12 years old. The children are volunteered by their parents who sign them up for the unethical trials. Maddie, a 12-year old girl suffered severe injuries.
The Department of Justice is prosecuting hundreds of Trump supporters for as little as walking through the Capitol building, but refuses to press charges against, or even identify, the Capitol police officer who shot and killed unarmed 14-year Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt in the Capitol building on Jan 6.
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The court ruling was made on the basis of unequal treatment by the civil-rights commission, not on whether or not the state has the right to force someone to labor for another person if they choose not to do so. Based on the narrow wording of the court decision, it is likely that the next time there is a challenge of this kind, freedom-of-choice will not be defended.
Sloan claims that leftist radicals stalked her, harassed her, shoved her, pelted her with eggs, and doused her with red paint after she left a campaign event. She believes that left-wing groups that use violence are a form of voter suppression.