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U.S. may have been double-billed for Wuhan projects

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Paying twice to die once: U.S. government agencies may have been double-billed for projects in Wuhan, China, records indicate; probe launched –Sources told CBS News that tens of millions of dollars could be involved. | 13 March 2023 | The U.S. government may have made duplicate payments for projects at labs in Wuhan, China, through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), according to records reviewed by CBS News. “What I’ve found so far is evidence that points to double billing, potential theft of government funds. It is concerning, especially since it involves dangerous pathogens and risky research,” said Diane Cutler, a former federal investigator with over two decades of experience combating white-collar crime and healthcare fraud. Cutler found evidence of possible double payments as she investigated U.S. government grants that supported high risk research in China leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic. She was hired by Republican Sen. Roger Marshall, who took her records to USAID and the internal watchdog at USAID, which launched a new probe, details of which have not been previously reported.

University Asks Judge to Block Release of Documents Related to Dangerous Coronavirus Research | 14 March 2023 | The University of North Carolina is asking a judge to block the release of documents related to the research of Dr. Ralph Baric, a pioneer in the world of dangerous gain-of-function virus research. UNC is being sued by U.S. Right To Know, a nonprofit watchdog that works to expose wrongdoing by corporations and governments in the healthcare space, for documents related to Baric’s research while working at the university. While some documents have been turned over during the course of the coronavirus pandemic, UNC filed a motion to dismiss late last week seeking to prevent the release of some documents being sought by USRTK. USRTK opted to sue after UNC refused to turn over certain documents sought via public records requests, citing a research exception under the Public Records Act.  

Connecticut church sues over school vaccine mandate: ‘We will obey God first’ –Connecticut has altered vaccine mandate to remove any exemptions except those based on medical issues | 14 March 2023 | A church in Milford, Connecticut, is filing suit against the state government, claiming its First Amendment rights have been violated by a vaccination mandate. In 2021, the state of Connecticut altered a law titled “An Act Concerning Immunizations” to remove all exemptions to vaccination requirements except medical instances. Milford Christian Church refused to compel students in its pre-K program and K-12 Academy to get a vaccine, claiming it violated its religious conscience to mandate the injections. The state informed Milford Christian Church “that they had a choice between compelling their students to vaccinate, expelling them if they didn’t, or facing the forceable state closure,” according to attorney Cameron Atkinson, who is representing the church. “Our message to the state is clear. We will obey God first,” Atkinson told reporters at a press conference Friday.  

Madness of vaccine mandates in colleges: Ivy League universities that charge up to $75k a year are STILL refusing to teach students in-person who are not up to date with their Covid vaccines – with Harvard demanding up to FIVE –Students must receive a bivalent booster dose on top of their other Covid shots –If they don’t without exemption, they will not be able to access in-person classes –Most Americans with bivalent booster are not protected against latest variant | 10 March 2023 | Ivy League schools are still refusing to teach students in-person who are not up to date with their Covid vaccines [mRNA clot shots] — in a move slammed as “senseless” and “non-scientific.” Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Pennsylvania have the most stringent mandates that make having the new bivalent booster a condition of entry. This means students at those schools who have already received four of the older shots would still need to get the new shot to continue their studies.The rest of the Ivy League universities demand at least two Covid jabs, with some requiring a booster too. Multiple experts told DailyMail dot com the mandate “does not make sense” now that evidence shows the vaccines do not prevent transmission.

Autopsy Suggests Link Between COVID-19 Vaccine and Encephalitis in Brain in Case of German Death | 3 March 2023 | A case study reported in the peer-viewed journal Vaccine found that a patient who had Parkinson’s Disease and who died after receiving his third Covid-19 vaccination had developed necrotizing encephalitis in the brain and spike proteins from the vaccine were present in the location of the inflammation. The paper said that while “numerous” cases of encephalitis “have been reported in connection with the gene-based COVID-19 vaccines,” this was “the first report to demonstrate the presence of the spike protein within the encephalitic lesions and to attribute it to vaccination rather than infection.” Dr Michael Mörz, a researcher in Pathology at Hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt, in Germany, wrote that the family of a 76-year-old patient with Parkinson’s Disease, who died three weeks after receiving his third Covid-19 vaccination, had “requested an autopsy due to ambiguous clinical signs before death.” The patient was first vaccinated in May 2021 with the Astra Zeneca vector vaccine, followed by two doses of the Pfizer mRNA vaccine in July and December 2021.

Biden emphasizes U.S. banking system is safe | 13 March 2023 | Joe Biden addressed the nation Monday to assure Americans that the banking system is safe after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. In his speech, he highlighted the immediate action that his administration has taken. Customers’ deposits will be protected: Customers will “have access to their money as of today. That includes small businesses across the country that bank there and need to make payroll, pay their bills and stay open for business,” Biden said, adding that no losses will be suffered by the taxpayers. “Instead, the money will come from the fees that banks pay into the deposit insurance fund,” he explained. The management of these banks will be fired: “If the bank is taken over by FDIC, the people running the bank should not work there anymore,” Biden said. Investors in the banks will not be protected: “They knowingly took a risk and when the risk didn’t pay off, investors lose their money. That’s how capitalism works,” Biden added.

Biden Effect: Massive Line Forms Outside of San Francisco Silicon Valley Bank Branch as Bank Folds| 10 March 2023 | A massive line formed outside of a Silicon Valley Bank branch in San Francisco this morning. The FDIC insures up to 250,000 per depositor, per FDIC-insured bank, per ownership category. If customers were holding more than that amount then they are at risk of losing anything over 250,000. According to earlier reports, 90% of SVB customers had more than 250,000 in the bank. Customers also lined up in New York City. The NYPD responded to a Silicon Valley Bank branch in Manhattan Friday morning after investors showed up to try to pull money out of their accounts.

California Regulators CLOSE Silicon Valley Bank, FDIC Named Receiver; CEO Allegedly Sold $3.5 Million in Stock in Last Two Weeks | 10 March 2023 | California regulators closed Silicon Valley Bank on Friday. The FDIC was named receiver. Via Market Watch: “Silicon Valley Bank has been closed by the California Department of Financial Protection and Innovation, and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has been appointed receiver, becoming the first FDIC-backed institution to fail this year. The news comes amid a crisis at parent SVB Financial Group, which lost a record 60% of its value on Thursday, after it disclosed large losses from securities sales and announced a dilutive stock offering along with a profit warning. The FDIC said all insured depositors will have full access to their accounts no later than Monday morning…” The bank reportedly holds 173 billion in deposits. The crash could cause a recession.  

Silicon Valley Bank Employees Made Large Donations to Biden and Other Democrats | 11 March 2023 | Many political pundits and investors have called for lawmakers to bail out Silicon Valley Bank, closed by regulators on Friday. Those advocating for bailouts have shied away from telling the public that SVB employees and affiliates voted in the leaders responsible for the current economic crisis. Open Secret’s data reveals in the 2020 election cycle Silicon Valley Bank employees and affiliates donated over 188,000 d-llars to political candidates. Over 90% of the donations which amounted to 173,434 went to Democratic candidates whereas 7.2% or 13,763 went toward Republican candidates.

What is known about the Black Sea drone incident –A US Reaper drone has crashed off the coast of Crimea, while on a spy mission | 14 March 2023 | The US and other NATO countries have been flying spy missions just outside Russian airspace for more than a year, providing intelligence and other information to Ukraine while insisting they were not directly involved in the conflict. Where did this happen? Neither the US nor Russia gave any coordinates for the incident. The Americans argued the drone was “operating within international airspace” over the Black Sea. The Russians said the drone was inside the restricted airspace established for the special military operation, of which everyone was properly notified months ago. Unconfirmed reports in the Russian media put the drone’s location about 60 kilometers (37 miles) southwest of the Crimean port of Sevastopol. What kind of drone was it? The MQ-9 Reaper was developed from the original MQ-1 Predator. The US military described it as an “Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance” (ISR) platform.

Tucker Carlson Asked GOP Presidential Hopefuls About Ukraine: Trump Calls for Peace in Europe, Regime Change at Home; DeSantis Response Stuns Establishment | 14 May 2023 | Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson asked Republican presidential hopefuls, those who have announced and those exploring a bid, about their policy on Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine. Carlson reported the responses on Monday night’s show and posted the responses in full on Twitter. Nikki Haley, John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, Asa Hutchison and Chris Sununu [five useless eaters] opted to not participate. But the number of politicians who did respond is impressive, considering as Carlson acknowledged that it was “presumptuous” of a cable news show to conduct such a query. Those who answered: President Trump, former Vice President Mike Pence, Gov. Ron DeSantis (FL), Gov. Kristi Noem (SD), Greg Abbott (TX), Sen. Tim Scott (SC), former Gov. Chris Christie [also useless] (NJ) and Ohio businessman Vivek Ramaswamy. President Trump called for peace in Europe (but not at any price) and for regime change at home.

RFK Jr. Says CIA Is Connected to 2001 Anthrax Attacks | 14 March 2023 | Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., was recently a guest on The Jimmy Dore Show and during his interview, he shared a wealth of knowledge about the 2001 anthrax attacks and the development of bioweapons in the United States. The anthrax attacks also known as the “Amerithrax” attacks occurred just one week after the September 11, 2001, terror attacks [also an inside job by the deep state]. The attacks consisted of anthrax being sent through the United States Postal System via letters and delivered to several news organizations, Sen. Patrick Leahy, and Sen. Tom Daschle. Kennedy shared that the letters were sent to both Sen. Leahy and Sen. Daschle because they were trying to block the Patriot Act in 2001.

Ohio files federal lawsuit against Norfolk Southern over East Palestine derailment, state’s attorney general says | 14 March 2023 | Ohio has filed a federal lawsuit against Norfolk Southern over last month’s toxic chemical derailment in East Palestine, Attorney General Dave Yost announced Tuesday. Yost outlined the 58-count complaint, saying that Norfolk Southern violated numerous state, federal and Ohio common laws and violated the state’s Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA)… The attorney general went on to point out that the derailment “caused the release of over 1 million gallons of hazardous chemicals and it endangered both the health and area residents of Ohio’s natural resources.”

Catholic student arrested, charged after saying men and women are different –Attorney James Kitchen says options for legal recourse are ‘limited’ | 12 March 2023 | Arrested for holding Christian beliefs at a Christian school? Canadian Catholic high school student Josh Alexander claims that’s the story behind authorities arresting – and charging – him for trying to attend class last month. Alexander was a student at a Canadian Catholic high school in Ontario until he spoke his mind over concerns of men in women’s restrooms at the institution. Distinguishing men from women and believing God created only two genders, he suggested, eventually led authorities to arrest and charge him for the offense. [This is where we are, folks. This is where we are. Unless we start fighting back, we’re done.]

After ‘diversity’ dean heckles Trump judge out of speech, Stanford student calls on admin to take action –DEI Associate Dean Tirien Steinbach helped disrupt Judge Kyle Duncan’s appearance | 14 March 2023 | A Stanford student told Fox News that administrators should take action after he was mortified by the behavior of students and the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) dean, whose objections led a Trump-appointed federal judge to ditch his speaking engagement. Stanford DEI Associate Dean Tirien Steinbach joined students by claiming that Judge Kyle Duncan, based out of the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans, was causing “harm” by his rulings. Students could be heard yelling that Duncan’s “racism is showing,” and the jurist ultimately was ushered out by federal marshals before being able to offer his remarks.

Judge Denies Requests from Jan. 6 Defendants to Cross-Examine FBI Agent on Leaked Messages | 14 March 2023 | Defendants in the ongoing Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Breach trial suffered a defeat on Monday, as the court ordered that the defendants may not cross-examine an FBI agent for most of the defense attorneys’ allegations that spawned from internal FBI messages inadvertently leaked in court. Judge Timothy Kelly, a Trump-appointed judge, on Monday addressed allegations made by attorneys of the Jan. 6 defendants that targeted leaked internal FBI messages, which were revealed in court when Nick Smith, a defense attorney representing Ethan Nordean, cross-examined FBI Special Agent Nicole Miller on Thursday last week. The judge denied all but one of the defendant’s arguments about the leaked messages… The messages include a directive from FBI personnel to Miller to “destroy” 338 pieces of evidence and another directive to Miller to “edit out” an FBI agent from a Confidential Human Source (CHS) informant report, the filing read.

Border crisis: over 1000 migrants rush bridge linking Mexico to U.S. in El Paso, Texas | 12 March 2023 | A group of at least 1,000 migrants rushed the Paso Del Norte bridge linking Mexico to the U.S. in El Paso, Texas, on Sunday, to gain access into the United States, video shows. Crowd control measures were used when the group of mainly Venezuelan migrants continued to press forward, though according to sources at the border, the efforts were thwarted. Videos show migrants of all ages pressing toward the fenced border, with some putting their hands in the air to encourage others to continue moving forward. Another video shows the moment the migrants pushed onto the bridge and began running for freedom, with a sign above the read, “Feliz Viaje,” or, happy travels.

5 more arrested in deadly kidnapping of Americans in Mexico after cartel issues apology letter and hands over members | 10 March 2023 | Mexican authorities arrested five more people in connection to the kidnappings of four Americans in Matamoros, Mexico, Tamaulipas Attorney General Irving Barrios Mojica said on Twitter Friday. Six people have been arrested in total, including one on Tuesday, Barrios Mojica said. “The Tamaulipas Attorney General’s Office (#FGJT) performed an arrest warrant against 5 people linked to the events of March 3 in Matamoros, for the crimes of aggravated kidnapping and intentional simple homicide. One more person who was arrested in recent days, was linked to the process,” Barrios Mojica tweeted. Earlier, a cartel apologized for carrying out what one victim’s father has called “a senseless crime” that left two Americans and one Mexican woman dead.  

2 American survivors of deadly Mexico kidnapping are being treated in US hospital as bodies of 2 killed are expected to be repatriated Thursday | 8 March 2023 | Two of the Americans who were kidnapped at gunpoint in a Mexican border city on Friday have returned to the US and are being treated at a hospital, while the remains of the two Americans who were killed are expected to be brought back to the US Thursday. LaTavia Washington McGee, one of the surviving Americans, is expected to come home Wednesday, her mother, Barbara McLeod Burgess, said in an interview with CNN This Morning… The other survivor, Eric Williams, was shot in the legs three times and was brought to a hospital in Texas to undergo surgery, his wife, Michele Williams, told CNN.

San Francisco considers reparations proposal to give $5 million per black person –Progressive city’s Board of Supervisors meeting to debate reparations recommendations despite backlash | 14 March 2023 | The Board of Supervisors can vote to adopt all, none, or some of the committee’s recommendations and even change them. Tuesday’s hearing was originally scheduled for last month but was postponed. An estimated 50,000 black people live in San Francisco, but it’s unclear who among them would be eligible for reparations. Under the committee’s draft reparations plan, a person must be at least 18 years old and identified as “Black/African American” in public documents for at least 10 years. Eligible people must also meet two of eight other criteria, such as living in San Francisco during a certain time period or descending from someone incarcerated for the police war on drugs [?]. Regardless of what the criteria might ultimately become, several board members have expressed concerns about how large lump-sum payments would impact the city’s budget, which is already facing a massive estimated deficit of 728 million.

Thousands Evacuated After Levee Breached in California – Officials | 13 March 2023 | Thousands of residents were forced to evacuate in a Northern California community after a levee broke on Saturday amid yet another round of heavy rainfall to impact the Golden State, officials said. A levee on the Pajaro River broke about three miles east of Pajaro, near the city of Watsonville, officials told local media, adding that the river’s levee failed at around midnight. Photos and aerial video footage showed homes, businesses, schools, and cars flooded with several feet of water. “My heart hurts tonight for the residents of Pajaro. We were hoping to avoid and prevent this situation, but the worst case scenario has arrived with the Pajaro River overtopping and levee breaching at about midnight,” Luis Alejo, chair of the Monterey County Board of Supervisors, wrote in a Twitter post.

Alaska volcano dormant for a century delivering ominous warning signs: ‘significant unrest’ | 9 March 2023 | The Alaska Volcano Observatory raised the alert level to advisory status for Tanaga Volcano on Tuesday following a series of earthquakes. “Earthquake activity beneath Tanaga Volcano began to increase slowly starting at about 1:30 p.m. AKST today. At roughly 8:45 p.m. AKST this evening, the activity escalated with earthquakes occurring as often as two or three each minute,” the office said in a Facebook post. The largest of the quakes have magnitudes between 2.0 and 3.0, with initial locations at shallow depths beneath the volcano’s summit. “That indicates that we’re seeing significant unrest at the volcano,” John Power, a research geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey stationed in Anchorage at the Alaska Volcano Observatory, told The Associated Press.

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  1. Apparently they didn’t get the message that we were supposed to be tripled billed to cover the Big Guy. Hunter is all over this and will get it corrected shortly.

    Uncharacteristic of the Chinese to miss this but rest assured the other Wuhan type labs we are funding will get this nailed down .

    We can rest easy.

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