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Pfizer Hired 600 People to Process Vaccine Injury Reports, Documents Reveal | 5 April 2022 | Pfizer hired about 600 additional full-time employees to process adverse event reports during the three months following the Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of its COVID-19 vaccine, newly released documents reveal. According to the documents, Pfizer said, “More are joining each month with an expected total of more than 1,800 additional resources by the end of June 2021.” The information was contained in a 10,000-page document cache released April 1 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and made public as part of a court-ordered disclosure schedule stemming from an expedited Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The latest revelations appeared in a document, “Cumulative analysis of post-authorization adverse event reports” of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, highlighting such adverse events identified through Feb. 28, 2021.

70% of Vaccinated CDC Employees Got COVID, Data Reveal | 5 April 2022 | On Feb. 2, the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, requesting records showing “the number of COVID-19 infections, and of those, the number of breakthrough infections” among CDC employees in August 2021. Breakthrough infections refer to infections that occur in those who have received one or more COVID jabs. On March 28, ICAN issued a legal update, stating they had received an official response, showing approximately 70% of all COVID-19 cases among CDC employees in August 2021 occurred among “vaccinated” employees.

Biden administration to impose new Russia sanctions banning all new investment in Russia | 5 April 2022 | Joe Biden’s administration is set to announce a slew of sanctions against Russia on Wednesday as the country’s invasion of Ukraine continues. The White House is expected to roll out aggressive sanctions on U.S. companies doing business in Russia or with organizations or individuals directly linked to the state. The policy will likely end all new attempts at investment in the country moving forward. Russian financial institutions such as the national bank and state-run businesses will be hit hard as well.

Ukrainian Police Said They Conducted ‘Clearing Op’ in Bucha a Day Before Dead Body Videos Emerged  | 4 April 2022 | Ukrainian police posted on Facebook that they had conducted a “clearing op” in Bucha the day before videos emerged showing dead bodies scattered around the settlement, as the war of words over the alleged “war crime” continues. NATO powers and pro-Ukraine commentators have seized upon the alleged atrocity in a bid to escalate the war, with MSNBC hosts and guests even asserting that it justifies directly attacking Russia and putting American boots on the ground in Ukraine… Moscow has vehemently denied involvement, claiming Ukraine shelled the city after Russian troops had already withdrawn. The only evidence offered so far pointing to Russian responsibility is the claims of Ukrainian authorities, with are being breathlessly amplified by the mainstream media without an ounce of skepticism. Margaret Brennan of CBS admitted that Ukrainian President Zelensky’s team had “handed” her the videos and they were broadcast, as journalist Michael Tracey wrote, with “zero independent corroboration.”

Footage shows Ukrainian troops brutalizing captives | 5 April 2022 | Footage published on Ukrainian social media on Tuesday appeared to show people in uniform beating up and harassing detainees. The mayor of the country’s fourth largest city, Dnepr, close to where the incidents happened, justified the mistreatment on social media, branding the arrestees as “crime bosses” and claiming they previously attacked members of the region’s militia. The graphic footage includes two separate videos, showing armed people in military fatigues brutally arresting men in civilian clothes. The troops are wearing the same kind of blue armbands that Ukrainian soldiers often use to identify their allegiance. One clip shows troops beating up a man, who is standing with his legs spread and bowing down, with blood apparently visible…

Two Russian troops dead and 28 critical in hospital after being poisoned by laced Ukrainian pastries —| 3 April 2022 | Russian troops near Kharkiv died after eating poisoned stuffed buns given to them as “gifts” by Ukrainian citizens, a Ukrainian intelligence agency has claimed. Two soldiers from the 3rd Motor Rifle Division died immediately after eating the delicacies served by the citizens of Izium, a Facebook post by the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine announced on Saturday. Another 28 Russian troops are in intensive care after the poisoning with several hundred others also suffering from “severe illnesses” after drinking poisoned alcohol given to them by civilians… Ukrainian stuffed buns (pyrizhky) are crescent-shaped stuffed pastry which are a famous delicacy in the country. They are baked or fried yeast dough which can be filled with sweet or savoury fillings.

Time’s Up! Orban Wins in Hungary Despite Massive Soros Assault –In the campaign, the globalist anti-Orban parties had formed an alliance with the neo-Nazi parties to dethrone Orban | 3 April 2022 | In the face of massive opposition from the Biden Regime, the EU and George Soros, Viktor Orban’s Fidesz Party seems to have triumphed in Hungarian national elections. According to current vote counts, Viktor Orban’s Fidesz Party has won 61% of the seats in the National Assembly. It was a tightly contested election, as the EU and Open Society spent millions to dethrone Europe’s most respected conservative voice. In the campaign, the globalist anti-Orban parties had formed an alliance with the neo-Nazi parties to dethrone Orban, as Gateway reported.

Elon Musk to Join Twitter Board After Becoming Largest Shareholder| 5 April 2022 | Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk will be joining the board of directors at Twitter. The appointment comes after the billionaire took a 9.2 percent stake in the social media company, which makes him the company’s largest shareholder. “I’m excited to share that we’re appointing @elonmusk to our board!” announced Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal on Tuesday. “Through conversations with Elon in recent weeks, it became clear to us that he would bring great value to our Board.” The Tesla CEO will serve as a “Class II” director with a term that expires at its 2024 annual meeting. Moreover, the company says that Musk will not own or control more than 14.9 percent of Twitter shares, according to a report by the Telegraph.

Conservatives Urging Elon Musk to Bring Back Trump’s Twitter Account | 5 April 2022 | Frequent Twitter critic and active user Elon Musk earlier became the largest shareholder of the social network after he bought a 9.2 percent stake in the company for 2.9 billion. Elon Musk was asked by several Republicans and activists to restore the account of former US President Donald Trump on Twitter after the Tesla and SpaceX CEO repeatedly criticized the social media giant for its biased treatment of conservative voices. “Now that @ElonMusk is Twitter’s largest shareholder, it’s time to lift the political censorship,” Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) tweeted on Monday. “Oh…and BRING BACK TRUMP!”

Federal Judge Orders Pennsylvania to Produce Records for Foreigners Registered to Vote | 5 April 2022 | At the urging of an election integrity group, a federal judge ordered Pennsylvania to hand over records showing the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation had allowed foreign nationals to register to vote for decades. The order came the month after a federal court ruled that Illinois violated the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993, when it refused to provide the same group access to the state’s voter roll, as The Epoch Times reported. NVRA provides that election officials must allow inspection of all records related to the maintenance of the voter rolls. Judge Christopher C. Conner of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania wrote in the court’s decision “transparency in how states determine voter eligibility–the vital bedrock of our electoral system–is generally paramount.”

Mail-in ballot problem in Luzerne County special election –305 voters may not have received their mail-in ballot in time to vote by mail. | 4 April 2022 | (Luzerne County, Pa.) There is a special election Tuesday in the 116th Legislative District. The seat was left empty after State Representative Tarah Toohil was elected Judge for the Court of Common Pleas in Luzerne County. Now three candidates are hoping for the seat for a short, 8-month term. About 10 percent of voters for this special election who requested mail-in ballots may not have received them in time because of what election officials are calling an error made by the Pennsylvania Department of State. Three hundred and five voters who requested a mail-in ballot were affected. Some are not getting their ballot until Friday, if at all.

Clinton campaign lawyer tries to keep Christopher Steele, dossier out of trial | 5 April 2022 | Attorneys for Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer asked a court Monday to bar federal prosecutors from using evidence from former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele and his debunked dossier in prosecuting their client. Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann is charged with lying to the FBI for not disclosing he was working on behalf of Mrs. Clinton when he told an FBI official about alleged contacts between a Russian bank and the Trump Organization in 2016. Mr. Sussmann’s attorneys appear concerned that prosecutors, led by special counsel John Durham, may try to introduce the dossier or testimony from Mr. Steele, who compiled salacious unfounded allegations that Donald Trump had worked with Russian officials to defeat Mrs. Clinton.

Oklahoma House passes near-total abortion ban with threat of prison for providers | 5 April 2022 | Oklahoma lawmakers on Tuesday passed a bill that would make it illegal to perform an abortion in the state except in medical emergencies, penalizing those who do with up to 100,000 in fines and 10 years in prison. The Republican-controlled state House of Representatives brought the bill to a vote this week, after it was passed last year by the Midwestern state’s Senate. It now heads to the desk of Republican Governor Kevin Stitt for signing. Stitt has signaled his support for anti-abortion legislation.

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