Microbiologist Says Vaccines will Decimate the Population of the World
Source: The New American
Source: The New American
China’s Communist government has launched a new app that encourages citizens to report dissidents for expressing “mistaken opinions” on the Internet.
The new platform will target anyone who criticizes the dictatorship’s ruling CCP, disputes the official version of the country’s history or engages in “misinformation.”
The new website and app was proudly unveiled by China’s Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), with authorities calling on users to play an “active role” in helping to identify “malicious people distorting facts and confusing” others.
“For a while now, some people with ulterior motives…have spread historically nihilistic false statements online, maliciously distorting, slandering and denying Party, national and military history in an attempt to confuse people’s thinking,” the announcement said.
“We hope that most internet users will play an active role in supervising society…and enthusiastically report harmful information.”
On Monday morning, during the signing ceremony, Gov. DeSantis declared that “It is the strongest anti-rioting, pro-law enforcement piece of legislation in the country, and there’s just nothing even close.” The bill became law effective immediately.
The law, summarized here, hopes to prevent violent riots by criminalizing “violent or disorderly riots, obstructing roadways, destroying or toppling monuments, and harassment in public accommodations.” It also prohibits state funding to local governments who defund the police, as well as allowing victims of a violent riot to sue local governments for crimes relating to such riots.
The bill, first introduced after the summer of riots seen last year, was signed just days before the verdict of ex-cop Derek Chauvin is expected to be announced. Derek Chauvin is on trial for the murder of George Floyd last May. Cities around the country are anticipating mass protests and violent riots in the wake of the decision, with Minneapolis public schools closing for a few days and the NYPD telling officers that no unscheduled days off will be allowed.
Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick suffered two strokes and died of natural causes, the District Chief medical examiner ruled.
The autopsy found no evidence of external or internal injuries and Sicknick did not have an allergic reaction to any chemical irritants.
The mainstream media, with The New York Times leading the charge, lied about Sicknick’s death and falsely claimed he died from injuries suffered after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher during the Capitol riot on January 6.
The Gateway Pundit was first to report that Officer Sicknick may have died from a stroke.
The former California home of use-of-force expert Barry Brodd was smeared with pig’s blood Saturday, four days after he testified for the defense in Derek Chauvin’s trial in Minneapolis, Minnesota, police said.
Summary by JW Williams
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all three counts by the jury, after it deliberated for more than 10 hours, in the trial for murder in the death of George Floyd last year. 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 75 years in prison. Sentencing will occur in approximately eight weeks according to the judge.
Joe Biden made a public statement that while the jury was deliberating that he believes the evidence in the Derek Chauvin trial is “overwhelming,” and wants us to know that he hopes for the ‘right’ verdict in the murder case. Due to his statement and Maxine Waters’ encouragement to BLM to “get more confrontational”, this case is likely to be appealed. Presiding Judge Peter Cahill responded by saying, “I’ll give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned,” adding that “I wish that elected officials would stop talking about this case, especially in a manner that is disrespectful to the rule of law and the judicial branch and our function.” Jacob Frey, the Mayor of Minneapolis, blamed police for Floyd’s death and said, “Regardless of the decision made by the jury, there is one true reality, which is that George Floyd was killed at the hands of police.”
Police bodycam footage showed George Floyd calling out that he could not breathe numerous times before he was restrained on the ground. The medical examiner noted that Floyd had severe heart disease and had a fatal level of fentanyl in his system when he died.
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz declared a state of emergency on Monday, and called in the National Guard. He obtained $9-million in emergency funding for law enforcement’s response to anticipated unrest. Six states and Washington DC requested help from the National Guard to protect their cities.
The jurors were intimidated, and threats were made by BLM to burn the city to the ground. Candace Owens called the verdict “mob rule”. She blamed the media for spreading propaganda lies, and for refusing to show the entire bodycam video that would have given context to the incident.
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.
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.
Summary by JW Williams
Democrat Representative Maxine Waters from California traveled to the Minnesota riots and called for protesters to get even “more confrontational” if former police officer Derek Chauvin is acquitted. She said, “[Protestors] got to stay on the street and get more active, more confrontational. They’ve got to know that we mean business.” She added, “We’re looking for a guilty verdict.” A critic noted that jury tampering is a federal crime.
Police later reported that a light-colored SUV, driven by a black male, fired on police officers and National Guard members early on Sunday morning just past 4 am, hours after Waters broke curfew and marched with far-left activists and called for violence. Two members of the guard sustained minor injuries, and one was taken to the hospital with cuts from shattered glass.
Waters has a history of inciting violence, and in June 2018, she told a crowd of supporters in Los Angeles to confront and harass Trump officials if they were seen out in public in a store, gas station or restaurant.
Freshman Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene said Sunday that she plans to introduce a resolution calling on Congress to expel sixteen-term Representative Maxine Waters over incendiary remarks Waters made at an anti-police protest in Brooklyn City, Minnesota.
The Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working on a COVID vaccine that will work on all variants and has developed an implantable microchip that it says will continuously monitor the human body for signs of the virus.
Retired Colonel Matt Hepburn, an army infectious disease physician heading up DARPA’s response to the pandemic, appeared on 60 Minutes to demonstrate the technology.
Holding up a vial of green tissue-like gel, which contains the chip, Hepburn proclaimed “You put it underneath your skin and what that tells you is that there are chemical reactions going on inside the body, and that signal means you are going to have symptoms tomorrow.”
“It’s like a ‘check engine’ light,” Hepburn added, noting that those with the chip “would get the signal, then self-administer a blood draw and test themselves on site.”
“We can have that information in three to five minutes,” Hepburn continued, adding “As you truncate that time, as you diagnose and treat, what you do is you stop the infection in its tracks.”
Hepburn also declared that DARPA has developed a filter to remove the virus from the blood via a dialysis machine, and that the FDA has approved it, and it has already been used on 300 patients.
Senate Bill 8 received final passage Tuesday, expanding the ability of Kentuckians and parents to opt out of required immunizations in the event of a pandemic based on conscientiously held beliefs.
The original version of the bill would have significantly relaxed requirements for childhood immunizations by allowing parents to opt out due to conscientious beliefs, with bill sponsor Sen. Mike Wilson, R-Bowling Green, fearing the government would mandate people take the COVID-19 vaccine.
The House passed an amended SB 8 last week by a 77-20 vote, adding a provision that no person can be required to be immunized with a vaccine that has not been licensed and undergone at least two years of a post-licensure safety study.
Rep. Lisa Willner, D-Louisville, voted against the bill last week, saying she was concerned about some of the rhetoric and disinformation spreading about the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines as the state seeks to vaccinate the public.
From TheCovidBlog.com :
It was perhaps the quietest major law change related to COVID-19 since the so-called pandemic commenced.
Senate Bill 8 became law on March 28 without Governor Andy Breshear’s signature. The state legislature passed the bill with veto-proof majority votes. The new law allows any adult, parent or emancipated minor to decline experimental shots based on “conscientiously-held beliefs.” The law requires the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services to create a simple form that anyone can fill out and easily submit to the target organization.
Read the legislation here: https://apps.legislature.ky.gov/record/21rs/sb8.html
The vaccine and testing credentialing arrangement will be rolled out sometime in April, Orange County Health Care Agency officials said on Twitter.
“The Digital Passport enables individuals to participate safely and with peace of mind in activities that involve interactions with other people, including travel, attractions, conferences/meetings, concerts, sports, school and more,” officials added.
While details are scant about how the digital vaccine passport would work, the Orange County health agency’s director and health officer, Dr. Clayton Chau, told the O.C. Register that the county’s existing Othena vaccine scheduling app could be modified to include a credentialing feature.
The Othena app is being used to schedule vaccine appointments at the county’s mass inoculation sites, including at Disneyland.
Chau also told the outlet that printed cards could be issued for use by people who don’t use smartphones.
California Public Health Officer Dr. Tomás Aragón said last week that there are currently no plans to create a state-level vaccination passport system, although health officials are looking into formulating standards and guidelines around the use of such credentials, KTLA reported.
Aragón said that if federal authorities “don’t move fast enough” with developing such guidelines, “we will come up with technical standards that will be expected—really focusing on making sure that privacy is protected and that equity is protected.”
It comes amid controversy over vaccine passport-style systems, which have been proposed in some countries, and as some U.S. states and regions have either considered their adoption or moved forward with their deployment.
Hawaii Gov. David Ige’s latest emergency proclamation includes a plan for vaccine passports that would allow travelers to avoid quarantine and COVID-19 testing. While there is no timeline for its adoption and it still needs approval by the director of the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency, Lt. Gov. Josh Green told Hawaii News Now that the plan is to launch a pilot for inter-island travel by May 1.
New York state has also rolled out its “Excelsior Pass” system that would require people to show that they have been vaccinated when trying to enter certain events and locations.
Additional source — LA Times: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-04-14/orange-county-supervisors-vaccine-passport-public-backlash