FBI Arrests Peter Navarro One Day After He Vows to Impeach Biden | 3 June 2022 | The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested former White House economic adviser Peter Navarro on Friday, acting on a referral from the Democratic-run House that held him in contempt for refusing to testify at the partisan January 6 Committee. The arrest came one day after Navarro appeared on MSNBC to promise that he would lead efforts to promote the impeachment of Joe Biden if Republicans take Congress in the midterm elections, which they are expected to do. Navarro was held in contempt by Congress in March, along with former White House communications aide Dan Scavino, who was accused of refusing to testify based on false claims by the committee that he had not tried to cooperate. As Breitbart News noted at the time: Navarro has said candidly in interviews that the plan among Trump loyalists was to use a peaceful protest at the Capitol to pressure Congress and Vice President Mike Pence to reject the certification of Electoral College votes from states where the results were being contested by the Trump campaign. Contrary to the claims of the January 6 committee, Navarro said that the violence that erupted interfered with the plan and ensured its failure.
2020 Election: Arizona Woman Pleads Guilty to ‘Sophisticated’ Ballot Harvesting Scheme | 4 June 2022 | An Arizona woman has pleaded guilty to using her position in the Democratic Party to illegally harvest ballots in a ballot abuse scheme. Guillermina Fuentes, the 66-year-old former mayor of San Luis, Arizona, pleaded guilty on June 2 to one count of ballot abuse for her role in an August 2020 primary election ballot harvesting scheme, according to the Arizona Attorney General’s office. Arizona attorney general’s office investigators said the operation was “sophisticated,” reported The Associated Press. The scheme involved early ballots from other voters that were collected and deposited into a ballot box on primary election day, the office said.
Studies Link Incurable Prion Disease With COVID-19 Vaccine | 4 June 2022 | Studies on COVID-19 vaccines have suggested links between Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD)–an incurable and fatal prion disease–and getting the COVID-19 vaccine. A recent French pre-print on CJD and COVID-19 vaccination has suggested that the COVID-19 vaccine may have contributed to the emergence of a new type of sporadic CJD disease that is a lot more aggressive and rapid in disease progression as compared to the traditional CJD. CJD is a rare disease caused by an abnormal protein in the brain called a prion. Prions naturally occur in the brain and are usually harmless, but when they become diseased or misfolded, they will affect nearby prions to also become misshapen, leading to deterioration of brain tissue and death. The disease is incurable as once one prion becomes infected, it will continue to propagate to other prions with no treatment capable of stopping its progress.
FDA Flags Heart Inflammation Risk Over Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine| 3 June 2022 | Staff with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday flagged the risk of heart inflammation following the administration of the Novavax COVID-19 vaccine, although they concluded the shot reduces the risk of mild-to-severe COVID-19. In the company’s nearly 30,000 patient trial, conducted between December 2020 and September 2021, there were four cases of myocarditis, a type of heart inflammation also associated with mRNA vaccines, detected within 20 days post-vaccination… “These events raise the concern for a causal association with this vaccine, similar to the association documented with mRNA COVID19 vaccines,” FDA staff wrote in briefing documents that were released on Friday.
Introduction of the COVID Vaccines Sees Shocking Rise in Permanent Disabilities | 5 June 2022 | Ed Dowd, an equity investment executive, joined Steve Bannon on The War Room back in early May. Dowd was reporting on the First Quarter 2022 numbers from funeral homes and insurance companies. Back in March, Dowd told The War Room audience that U.S. millennials, aged 25-44, experienced a record-setting 84% increase in excess mortality during the final four months of 2021. On Friday, Ed Dowd gave an update after first-quarter numbers were released. Ed Dowd said, “The overarching theme is excessive mortality remains elevated to the surprise of many executives…We have excess deaths running around 20% in Q1. We’ll see if that continues into Q2.”
1,287,595 Injuries Reported After COVID Shots, Vaccine Injury Compensation Programs ‘Overwhelmed’ | 3 June 2022 | The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) today released new data showing a total of 1,287,595 reports of adverse events following COVID-19 vaccines were submitted between Dec. 14, 2020, and May 27, 2022, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). That’s an increase of 9,615 adverse events over the previous week. The data included a total of 28,532 reports of deaths — an increase of 220 over the previous week — and 235,041 serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period — up 2,347 compared with the previous week. Excluding “foreign reports” to VAERS, 825,454 adverse events, including 13,150 deaths and 83,454 serious injuries, were reported in the U.S. between Dec. 14, 2020, and May 27, 2022.
Revealed: Fauci’s Recent $10M Monkeypox Grant –Gosh, What a Surprise. | 30 May 2022 | Anthony Fauci’s National Institutes of Health agency was funding research to identify treatments for monkeypox shortly before the virus began spreading in a global outbreak. Fauci’s agency, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has previously come under scrutiny for funding bat coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which many public health experts and intelligence officials believe to be the source of COVID-19. NIAID has also funded research into potential cures for monkeypox, shortly before the viral disease began spreading in a global outbreak The grant supports a “randomized, placebo-controlled trial of the safety and efficacy of tecovirimat for the treatment of patients with monkeypox virus disease.” “The funding supports a clinical trial to identify effective treatments for monkeypox virus disease,” explains a summary of the research, which, despite beginning in September 2020, has not generated any publicly available studies, papers, or patents.
California County Reinstates Indoor COVID-19 Mask Mandate | 4 June 2022 | Alameda County in California’s Bay Area is now requiring residents to wear face masks in most indoor public settings, citing the rising number of coronavirus infections and hospitalizations. The mask mandate came into effect on June 3. The rule is not applicable in K-12 school settings. However, the county still recommended masking. In all other public places involving children and youth, which includes summer school, child care, and youth programs, the mask mandate will be in effect. Alameda has become the first county in California to reinstate mask requirements.
If U.S. Delivers Long-Range Missiles to Ukraine, Russia Might Hit Earlier Unaffected Targets – Putin | 5 June 2022 | On Wednesday, Joe Biden announced a new Ukraine military assistance package, which includes High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS). Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday that if the US delivers long-range missiles to Ukraine, Russia might hit earlier unaffected targets. “Missiles are needed then, yes. But if they continue to be supplied, we will draw the appropriate conclusions from this and use those means of destruction we have, and of which we have plenty, to strike at those objects that we have not yet struck,” Putin said. Putin added that sending additional arms supplies to Kiev has only one goal behind it – to prolong the armed conflict as long as possible. The delivery of multiple-launch rocket systems (MLRS) to Ukraine from the U.S. is connected with replacing Ukrainian military equipment that has been lost.
Orthodox monastery burns on Ukrainian-controlled territory | 5 June 2022 | A major fire broke out at an Orthodox monastery located near the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) town of Svyatogorsk on Saturday. The area is controlled by the Ukrainian military and intense fighting has been reported from the area over the past few days. Footage from the scene circulating shows the Skete of All Saints engulfed in flames. The sprawling wooden structure was constructed in the late 2000s at the site of the former All Saints Church, which had been destroyed during the Soviet era… Before retreating from the site, Ukrainian nationalists and units with the 79th Airborne Assault Brigade deliberately fired incendiary rounds at the skete, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement, citing eyewitnesses. “The units of the Russian Armed Forces located north of Svyatogorsk are not conducting combat operations in this area and are not shelling the territory of the Svyatogorsk historical and architectural conservation area,” the ministry stressed.
U.S. will allow two companies to ship Venezuelan oil to Europe | 5 June 2022 | Italian oil company Eni SpA and Spain’s Repsol SA could begin shipping Venezuelan oil to Europe as soon as next month to make up for Russian crude, five people familiar with the matter said, resuming oil-for-debt swaps halted two years ago when Washington stepped up sanctions on Venezuela. The volume of oil Eni and Repsol are expected to receive is not large, one of the people said, and any impact on global oil prices will be modest. But Washington’s greenlight to resume Venezuela’s long-frozen oil flows to Europe could provide a symbolic boost for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The U.S. State Department gave the nod to the two companies to resume shipments in a letter, the people said.
Spanish Court Orders Pompeo to Testify on Apparent Plot to Kill Assange | 3 June 2022 | Donald Trump’s former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been ordered to appear in a Spanish court to explain a possible U.S. government plot to kidnap and assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, ABC Spain reports, citing legal sources close to the case. Yahoo News broke the news of the alleged 2017 plot last September, reporting that Trump’s then-CIA Director Pompeo wanted revenge after WikiLeaks published a massive trove of sensitive CIA hacking tools. Separately, Spain’s National Court has been probing a Spanish security firm that may have spied on Assange for the CIA while providing security for the Ecuadorean Embassy in London.
Ex-CIA director called to testify on plot to kill Assange – report –A Spanish court has summoned Mike Pompeo, according to ABC | 3 June 2022 | A Spanish court has summoned former CIA Director Mike Pompeo as a witness to testify about whether the US government planned to abduct or even assassinate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, ABC has reported on Friday citing its sources. “The judge of the National Court Santiago Pedraz has agreed to summon as a witness Mike Pompeo, former US Secretary of State and former CIA director, to explain whether the intelligence agency and the US government with Donald Trump at its helm drew up a plan in 2017 to kidnap and assassinate the founder of WikiLeaks,” the report read. According to the outlet’s sources, Pompeo has been summoned to appear as a witness this June, although he may give testimony via video link. Pedraz made the decision after prosecutor Carlos Bautista supported the request made by Assange’s lawyer Aitor Martinez.
Georgia Voting Bungled: Hand Recount Drops Democratic Winner to Third Place –Voting machines were off by thousands of ballots. | 3 June 2022 | A shocking new report lays bare the anxiety many voters continue to feel about ballot integrity following the 2020 elections. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Democratic primary for a county in Georgia has been called into question after a hand count revealed that voting machines were off by thousands of ballots. Democratic DeKalb County School Board member Marshall Orson, who is running for the county commission, asked the local election board on Thursday not to certify results as it was scheduled to do because of “numerous errors” with the local race, the paper noted… Wednesday evening, the results of a hand count were published, which showed that Michelle Long Spears, the last-place candidate, is now in first place and is heading for a June 21 runoff election against Lauren Alexander. Former first-place finisher Marshall Orson, meanwhile, was pushed down to third place.
Former Hedge Fund CEO David McCormick Concedes to Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania GOP Primary | 3 June 2022 | Former hedge fund CEO [and George W. Bush Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs] David McCormick conceded to Dr. Mehmet Oz on Friday in the Pennsylvania GOP primary. “It’s now clear to me with the recount now largely complete that we have a nominee,” McCormick said at a campaign party at a Pittsburgh hotel. “Tonight is really about all us coming together.” The AP reported: Former hedge fund CEO David McCormick conceded the Republican primary in Pennsylvania for U.S. Senate to celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz, ending his campaign Friday night as he acknowledged an ongoing statewide recount wouldn’t give him enough votes to make up the deficit. McCormick said he had called Oz to concede.
Pa. court orders contested ballots counted in Senate primary | 3 June 2022 | A state court agreed Thursday night in a ballot-counting lawsuit with the campaign of David McCormick, who is in a neck-and-neck Republican primary contest for the U.S. Senate against celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz. In the decision, Commonwealth Court Judge Renee Cohn Jubelirer ordered counties to count the ballots in question, although her decision could be reversed, depending on what the U.S. Supreme Court does in the coming days on a separate case. Because of the high court’s involvement, Jubelirer ordered counties to keep the undated ballots separate from other ballots and to count them separately. The ballots in question are roughly 880 mail-in ballots that lack a handwritten date on the envelope.
Sen. Blumenthal’s ratings in decline –Approval at 12-year low as Biden’s ratings also drop in Connecticut, nation | 5 June 2022 | For decades, Democrat Richard Blumenthal has ranked among Connecticut’s best-known and most popular politicians. But this year is different. Blumenthal’s popularity has dropped among an uneasy electorate as Joe Biden, a fellow Democrat, suffers from sluggish poll ratings in both Connecticut and nationwide. A recent Quinnipiac University poll showed Blumenthal with his lowest approval rating since being elected to the U.S. Senate nearly 12 years ago. The latest survey showed 45% of registered voters approve of his job performance, while 43% disapprove. Among the all-important independent voters, Blumenthal’s numbers were under water with 41% approving and 44% disapproving.S
Soros-Backed Group Buys Univision’s Radio Group | 3 June 2022 | Activists and entrepreneurs Jess Morales Rocketto and Stephanie Valencia on Friday announced the formation of a new Hispanic media company known as the Latino Media Network following the purchase of 10 radio stations from TelevisaUnivision. Morales Rocketto, who previously worked at Hillary for America and the AFL-CIO among other groups, and Valencia, a former White House staffer under President Barack Obama, received 80 million in backing from a group of investors led by Lakestar Finance, which is affiliated with Soros Fund Management, founded by George Soros, along with several individuals. The Latino Media Network will include 18 Hispanic radio stations in 10 different markets, which were purchased from TelevisaUnivision in a deal worth about 60 million. Sick Soros freak working 24/7 to destroy the U.S. from within:
Los Angeles DA Gascon’s office lands 5-month probation camp sentence for teen who mowed down mom and infant –A Venice, California, driver ran over Rachel and her infant son last summer, video shows | 3 June 2022 | A California teen convicted of plowing a car into a mother and her 8-month-old son will spend just five months in a diversionary program thanks to Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, according to the woman who survived the crash. Despite shocking surveillance video of the Aug. 6, 2021, incident, numerous eyewitnesses and initial felony charges, the teen will serve his sentence at a “juvenile probation camp,” an alternative sentence less severe than juvenile detention. “I thought those were the last moments of our lives; we were dead,” the mother, who asked to be identified only as Rachel, wrote in a victim’s impact statement. “That feeling, along with the memory of a car accelerating directly into us, will haunt me forever.”
Police chief had no radio during Texas school shooting – senator | 3 June 2022 | The police chief in charge of the response to last week’s deadly attack at a Texas primary school was not carrying a radio as the massacre unfolded, a state senator has told The Associated Press, citing the state agency investigating the mass shooting. State Senator Roland Gutierrez (D) told the news agency on Friday that a Texas Department of Public Safety official told him school district police Chief Pete Arredondo was without a radio during the May 24 attack. Authorities have not said how other law enforcement officials were communicating with Arredondo on the scene. Arredondo heads the district’s small department and was in charge of the multi-agency response to the shooting.
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