Mayorkas Releases New Rules on Extremism – DHS Will Target Anyone Who Believes Election Was Stolen or Who Challenges Fauci’s Ever-Changing COVID Narrative | 13 March 2022 | DHS Secretary Mayorkas has released new rules on “extremism.” The new guidelines on extremist behavior include those who question the fraud in the 2020 election and anyone who questions the regime’s talking points on COVID and its treatments, including the mandates. A March 2021 unclassified threat assessment prepared by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), Department of Justice, and DHS noted that domestic violent extremists “who are motivated by a range of ideologies and galvanized by recent political and societal events in the United States pose an elevated threat to the Homeland in 2021.” The assessment pointed to newer “sociopolitical developments such as narratives of fraud in the recent general election, the emboldening impact of the violent breach of the U.S. Capitol, conditions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and conspiracy theories promoting violence” that “will almost certainly spur some [domestic violent extremists] [sic] to try to engage in violence this year.” Over half of the US population questions the results of the 2020 presidential election. Another half of the public questions the ever-changing COVID talking points coming from the medical elites including Dr. Fauci who lied under oath about his funding of gain of function research in Chinese labs.
Russia Announces Sanctions Against Biden, Blinken, Other Top Officials | 15 March 2022 | Russia has announced sanctions against Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and a list of other top-ranking U.S. officials and well-known American figures in a tit-for-tat exchange with the West amid the ongoing war in Ukraine. In a statement Tuesday, the Russian Foreign Ministry said that, in response to unprecedented U.S. sanctions against Russia, a list of Americans will be “included in the Russian ‘stop list’ on a reciprocal basis as of March 15 of this year,” according to the statement translated by Interfax. The list of Americans also includes Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, national security adviser Jake Sullivan, White House press secretary Jen Psaki, Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, CIA Director William Burns, Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development Samantha Power, and others.
Klaus Schwab’s ‘World Economic Forum’ Cuts Off ‘All Relations’ With Russia, Scrubs Putin From WEF Website | 10 March 2022 | Klaus Schwab’s globalist cabal [of terrorists], the World Economic Forum (WEF), announced that it has severed “all relations” with the Russian government and President Vladimir Putin due to the ongoing invasion of Ukraine. “We are not engaging with any sanctioned individual and have frozen all relations with Russian entities,” spokesperson Amanda Russo told Politico this week. Putin was also completely purged from the WEF website earlier this week before Russo’s announcement… Although the WEF has made the decision to cut Putin off, they have left the possibility of a return to good graces on the table if he decides to come around and play ball again.
The Great Reset Phase Two: War By A Special Correspondent | 9 March 2022 | (Opinion) Welcome to the second phase of the Great Reset: war. While the pandemic acclimatized the world to lockdowns, normalized the acceptance of experimental medications, precipitated the greatest transfer of wealth to corporations by decimating SMEs and adjusted the muscle memory of workforce operations in preparation for a cybernetic future, an additional vector was required to accelerate the economic collapse before nations can “Build Back Better.” I present below several ways in which the current conflict between Russia and Ukraine is the next catalyst for the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset agenda, facilitated by an interconnected web of global stakeholders and a diffuse network of public-private partnerships. 1. The war between Russia and Ukraine is already causing unprecedented disruption to global supply chains, exacerbating fuel shortages and inducing chronic levels of inflation… 2. The war’s economic fallout will lead to a dramatic downsizing of the global workforce… 3. The war has significantly reduced Europe’s reliance on the Russian energy sector and reinforced the centrality of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and ‘net zero’ emissions which lies at the heart of the Great Reset…
Rand Paul vows to remove ‘dictator in chief’ Fauci from NIAID | 14 March 2022 | Sen. Rand Paul said he will introduce an amendment to remove Dr. Anthony Fauci as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — saying no one should be “dictator in chief.” Paul (R-Ky.), who often feuded with Fauci at Senate hearings over the administration’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, said American “lives were held captive by petty tyrants and power-hungry bureaucrats” over the past two years. “We’ve learned a lot over the past two years, but one lesson in particular is that no one person should be deemed ‘dictator in chief.’ No one person should have unilateral authority to make decisions for millions of Americans,” Paul, an ophthalmologist, wrote in an op-ed on Fox News Monday… Paul questioned Fauci’s authority to “dictate science” when he wasn’t “following the science.”
D.C. Provides Dubious Vaccination Mandate Exemption to Nun-Physician Two Days After Lawsuit Filed | 14 March 2022 | Two days after being sued by a Roman Catholic nun who provides free medical services to the poor, the District of Columbia seemed to capitulate on March 11 by granting the nun a religious exemption to the district’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for health care workers. But Sister Deirdre Byrne’s attorney said on March 12 that the lawsuit isn’t going away–at least not for the time being–because the exemption may be revoked by the D.C. government at any time. Byrne is a member and superior of the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, and a retired U.S. Army colonel who served overseas as a soldier and missionary. A medical doctor, she’s double board-certified in family medicine and general surgery… The 484-page legal complaint in the case, Byrne v. Bowser, court file 1:22-cv-655, was filed on March 9 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Vaccinated and boosted Doug Emhoff tests positive for Covid-19 | 15 March 2022 | Kamala Harris’s husband, Doug Emhoff, tested positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday, according to a statement from Harris’s office. “Earlier today, the Second Gentleman tested positive for Covid-19,” said Sabrina Singh, deputy press secretary for Kamala Harris. Harris was set to participate in an Equal Pay Day event at the White House Tuesday evening that began just as Emhoff’s test results were released… Harris is fully vaccinated and boosted, as is her husband.
Michigan Election Official Charged With Ballot Tampering, Misconduct | 13 March 2022 | A Michigan county elections official and former township clerk was charged with ballot tampering related to the August 2020 primary election, according to state Attorney General Dana Nessel. Kathy Funk, who was running in 2020 as a Democrat for reelection as Flint Township clerk, also was charged with misconduct in office, Nessel said. The charges, which are both felonies, each carry a maximum sentence of five years in prison upon conviction. Nessel alleged that Funk purposely broke a seal on a container for ballots so that the votes couldn’t be totaled during an anticipated recount. She narrowly won reelection in the unofficial count, the attorney general’s office said.
Inflation rises to 10% in producer index, highest on record | 15 March 2022 | Producer prices increased a blistering 10% for the year ending in February, according to a report Friday from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the highest on record. The inflation rate in Tuesday’s producer price index report was up 0.2 percentage points from the previous month and is the highest in the gauge’s 11-year history. Tuesday’s news signals more pain to come for households. The producer price index gauges the wholesale prices of goods, which are eventually passed down to consumers.
Biden’s budget bill funnels millions in pork to vulnerable Democrats | 13 March 2022 | Joe Biden’s 1.5 trillion government funding bill funnels millions of dollars in pork to vulnerable Democrats in November’s midterm elections while benefiting Republicans who helped secure its passage. Mr. Biden’s 2,741-page budget bill, which passed with bipartisan support last week, was the first in more than a decade to include earmarks. The discretionary spending measures were long banned under Republican control of Congress but returned last year under the Democrats’ unified control of the House and the Senate. Although Republicans also benefit from the budget’s allotments, some of the biggest winners from the inclusion of 8 billion in earmarks are Democrats facing tough reelection challenges.
14 AGs Sue Biden Administration Over DOJ’s Call to Investigate Protesting Parents | 13 March 2022 | Fourteen Republican attorneys general, led by Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita, have sued the Biden administration for not responding to a Freedom of Information request related to the Department of Justice calling for surveillance of parents expressing opinions at school board meetings and other forums. The lawsuit follows a chain of events that began last October. It was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana Indianapolis Division. It asks the court to force the Biden administration to respond to the requests for information… The coalition, led by Rokita, are from the states of Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.
LA Unified Enrollment to Drop Below 400,000 in Two Years – Officials | 10 March 2022 | Enrollment for the nation’s second-largest school district, Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) — is down by 40 percent, from 747,000 students in 2003 to 437,000 this year. District officials project the district may continue to face steep enrollment declines in the coming years. Contrast that with 20 years ago, when LAUSD was so populated, it had to offer year-round classes for some students. In a March 8 report before the LAUSD education board, officials predicted enrollment would begin to drop by about 4 percent each year over the next decade — reaching below 400,000 in just two years. The district previously saw an enrollment decline rate of about 2 percent in the past five years.
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