News and Headlines: 1/27/2022, Keeping you informed.

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Retired nursing assistant left to sleep on yoga mat at Virginia shelter

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When Katherine showed up, however, there weren’t beds or mattresses, according to photos and footage.

Instead, there were yoga mats, four to a room, with a plastic divider.

“It was horrible,” Katherine, who uses a walker, said. “My biggest problem is trying to get up and down. It was horrible.”

That’s what a senior citizen, a former nursing assistant with a broken arm and other medical conditions, was left to sleep on.

Katherine was said to have been kicked out Sunday because of her medical frailty that comes with age.

Teen shot, killed after leaving Philadelphia high school, police say

Thursday morning, police identified the victim as 17-year-old Christopher Braxton. 

Police sources told FOX 29 that Braxton had just walked out of the school when he encountered at least one gunman who fired two shots. Braxton was hit once in the chest and was rushed to Penn Presbyterian Hospital where he later died.

No arrests were reported following the deadly shooting and police say the motive remains unknown. 

Braxton was a senior student at Bartram High School and lived just a few blocks from where he was killed, family members told FOX 29’s Jennifer Joyce.

According to the latest data provided by the department, there have been 39 homicides in Philadelphia so far this year. 

US Army soldier dies on base in Alaska

Spc. Karolina Ferrer-Padilla. (U.S. Army photo/Released)
Spc. Karolina Ferrer-Padilla. (U.S. Army photo/Released)

A U.S. Army soldier died during an on-duty accident on a military base in Alaska on Monday, the U.S. Army first revealed late Wednesday.

Spc. Karolina Ferrer-Padilla, who was assigned to the 6th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, died in an unspecified on-duty accident on base, the U.S. Army confirmed in an emailed statement Wednesday.

Padilla’s on-duty death came days after two U.S. Marines were killed in an on-duty accident when the medium tactical vehicle replacement (MTVR) they were riding in rolled over, near Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC. 17 more Marines were injured in the accident. 

Several other U.S. Army soldiers assigned to duty stations in Alaska have died in recent months.

5.4 million Americans became first-time gun owners in 2021

Photo by Cris Faga/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Photo by Cris Faga/NurPhoto via Getty Images

The president of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), Joe Bartozzi, said, “The surveys revealed that new gun owners are continuing to embrace their Second Amendment rights, and nearly half of them are seeking out professional training.”

He continued, “These trends show that not only is there still a strong interest in gun ownership but also that these new gun owners are interested in learning more about the safe and responsible handling, use, and storage of firearms.”

NSSF reported in its annual Firearm Retailer Survey that, in 2021, more than one-third of first-time gun buyers were women, 44% of firearm retailers saw an increase in sales to African-Americans, 40% saw an increase in sales to Hispanic Americans, and more than 27% increased sales to Asian Americans.

CA city forcing gun owners to buy liability insurance, pay annual fee

Team Scott members attend the grand opening of the Army and Air Force Exchange Services new gun counter on Scott Air Force, Il., Feb. 28, 2014. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade)
Team Scott members attend the grand opening of the Army and Air Force Exchange Services new gun counter on Scott Air Force, Il., Feb. 28, 2014. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade)

Gun owners who violate the new law will not face criminal charges and won’t have their firearms seized, but they will be subjected to fines.

The council also voted in favor of a yearly gun ownership fee of $25, which would be collected by a nonprofit that has not been chosen yet. The money would then be distributed to community groups for firearm safety training and suicide prevention, as well as domestic violence and mental health services.

Within hours of the new measure’s passage, The National Association for Gun Rights and gun owner Mark Sikes sued San Jose in federal court.

Oklahoma executes man for 2001 murders of two hotel workers

Photograph: Sue Ogrocki/AP
Photograph: Sue Ogrocki/AP

Donald Grant, 46, received a lethal injection at the Oklahoma state penitentiary in McAlester and was declared dead at 10.16am.

It was the first execution in the US in 2022 and the third in Oklahoma since the state resumed lethal injections in October following a nearly seven-year hiatus.

John Grant’s execution was the state’s first since problems with the state’s lethal injection in 2014 and 2015 led to a de facto moratorium.

Richard Glossip was just hours away from being executed in September 2015 when prison officials realized they received the wrong lethal drug.

Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill Dunks On The Army For Quoting Lana Del Rey

“Quoting Lana Del Ray [sic]. Patton would be proud,” O’Neill, who shot Osama Bin Laden, tweeted late Thursday morning in response to the Army’s tweet.

I was legit stunned when I saw the Army quoting Lana Del Rey, and I say that with someone who has great respect for the military.

After all, I could spend all day talking about military topics, but quoting Lana Del Rey, who is a very talented musician, isn’t going to win any wars.

Do you think the Russians or Chinese are busy quoting a singer who kicked off a generation of young women with daddy issues?

Dallas Private School Lies To Parents About Teaching Students Racism

Amid ongoing supervision from parents across America, the Episcopal School of Dallas has sought to reassure parents it is not teaching critical race theory or targeting students on the basis of their race.

Despite this attempt, documents obtained by The Federalist prove that the institution is teaching critical race theory while telling parents it’s not. 

The elite private school, which bears a whopping tuition price of $26,945 for kindergarteners and $34,075 for high school seniors, sought to insulate itself from backlash on its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion page, which preemptively responds to common critiques.

One Episcopal School of Dallas reading assignment for a middle school history class titled “This Thing Called White” exhibited the defining characteristics of CRT.

The assignment claimed that “Whiteness is a constantly shifting boundary separating those who are entitled to have certain privileges from those whose exploitation and vulnerability to violence is justified by their not being white.”

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Chinnapong/Getty Images

At a January 18 virtual school board meeting, parents of children aged 9-11 years who attend Raleigh Hills Elementary School expressed concern about the appropriateness of the club, reported Reduxx the following day.

Parent Bambi addressed the school board (video begins at 56:18) regarding her experience with the school principal’s alleged dismissal of her concerns:

So, I’m a parent of a fourth grader who had some fifth grade students come into her classroom and do a presentation on an LGBTQ club. My daughter was asked to sign up and she did because everybody was doing it and she thought that that’s what she should do.

I then became aware of email conversations back and forth between the principal and other school officials dating back to November of last year. The emails showed this club being planned out and how to go around needing parents’ permission.

These meetings are taking place during the school day and, per the emails, that was one of the ways to be able to get around parents needing to approve it. The emails instruct transparency, but only if a parent asks. Nothing came home with my daughter or was sent to me from the school explaining such a presentation was going to take place in the classroom. I was not given the opportunity to opt her out.

Midland School Uses Litter boxes for Students who Identify as Animals or Furries!

NY Can’t Teach Kids To Read on $30,000 a Year

Woman Sneaks Ivermectin Into Hospital, Saves Husband’s Life

AP Photo/Mike Stewart
AP Photo/Mike Stewart

“The husband was very ill,”  Dr. Balbona told the Epoch Times. “He’s in his 50s, a big strong guy. She called me desperate because they [the hospital] gave him remdesivir and she made them stop it, and he started getting worse and worse. And his oxygen demand went up.”

Balbona told the woman he could care for her husband once she got him out of the hospital. He wrote her prescriptions for the meds she would need. She filled them out, snuck them into the hospital, and gave them to her husband.

That was on Friday. By Tuesday he was well enough to be discharged from the hospital.

“The people who snuck in the ivermectin, they are scared to death,” Balbona stated. “She is sure that the government is going to find out who she is and possibly arrest her for giving medications not approved by the hospital.”

Judge Orders Oath Keepers Leader to Remain in Jail Through His Trial

Rhodes’ attorney has said in a statement that the allegations are baseless.

“The bald-faced myth that anyone wanted to stop the certification is inexcusable,” attorney Jonathon Moseley said in a statement to The Hill.

“The claims in the detention motion of Stewart Rhodes — which apply to other Oath Keepers as well like Kelly Meggs — are fiction. We know that the prosecutors know that what they claim is totally false. We have the documents. We have the videos. The prosecutors know that we know that they know that their narrative is a John Grisham novel, totally false.”

This case is being prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia and the Department of Justice National Security Division’s Counterterrorism Section. The U.S. Attorney’s Offices in the Northern District of Texas and the District of Arizona have also provided assistance.

Over 725 people have been arrested for the protest, from every state in the nation.

University conspired with students to oust professor who criticized slavery reparations: lawsuit

Manco’s problems started in January 2021, when former student Hadassah Colbert reported his anonymous Twitter account to his dean, department chair and St. Joe’s diversity chief, according to the suit, which is heavy on social media screenshots.

She claimed his tweets were “racist and transphobic” and that he discriminated against her in class four years earlier, even though she hadn’t accused him of bias when he failed her.

Colbert’s LinkedIn profile disappeared soon after Just the News messaged her there for comment.

Three anonymous bias complaints followed within hours, and Manco was summoned to a Zoom meeting that night where he was immediately placed on administrative leave. 

What Did Clinton Know and When Did She Know It? The Russiagate Evidence Builds

But court documents, behind-the-scenes video footage and recently surfaced evidence reveal that Clinton and her top campaign advisers were much more involved in the more than $1 million operation to dredge up dirt on Trump and Russia than they have let on.

Sullivan was included in “every aspect of her campaign strategy,” they wrote, because “no one on the official campaign staff understood Hillary’s thought process as well as Sullivan.”

Now serving in the White House as President Biden’s national security adviser, Sullivan has denied under oath knowing details about the dossier project.

Veteran FBI investigators doubt Sullivan or his boss were in the dark about the campaign-funded work of Elias, Sussmann, Simpson or Steele and other campaign operations designed to make Trump look compromised by a foreign adversary.

“Durham is telling us that this Alfa Bank hoax – and probably related matters – were Clinton campaign ops at the very highest level,” former FBI counterintelligence agent and lawyer Mark Wauck noted.

“How credible is it to suppose that Hillary herself wasn’t in the know?”

Durham’s investigators have been questioning Elias under subpoena. A new court filing in the Sussmann case reveals that Elias has given testimony before a criminal grand jury impaneled by Durham in Washington, D.C.

Dem Political Consultant Pleads Guilty to Murder-for-Hire Scheme

Sean Caddle / Twitter
Sean Caddle / Twitter

Sean Caddle, who worked on campaigns in 2013 and 2017 for New Jersey state senator Ray Lesniak (D.), on Tuesday admitted to one count of conspiracy to commit murder.

In 2014, the New Jersey native paid out-of-state conspirators thousands of dollars to travel to the Jersey City home of former associate Michael Galdieri, stab Galdieri, and set his apartment on fire. It is unclear what the motive was.

Caddle also worked on campaigns for former state assemblyman and failed Jersey City mayoral candidate Louis Manzo and successful Jersey City mayoral candidate Bret Schundler.

Amid violent crime wave, permissive, Soros-funded prosecutors under fire nationwide

From 2015 to 2019, for example, Soros spent more than $17 million on local DA races, according to the Capital Research Center. That figure has likely risen in the past couple years, experts say.

In 2020, the Foundation to Promote Open Society, a grantmaking foundation in Soros’s network, gave $3 million to the Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability, which provides resources to activists and organizations “working to address the harm of policing in the U.S.”

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner is one of the first prosecutors who Soros bankrolled in 2016 — and again for her reelection in 2020.

Next month, Gardner is set to appear before a disciplinary hearing, where she will face charges of ethics violations stemming from her office’s 2018 prosecution of former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.

‘Tucker Carlson Originals’ uncovers George Soros’ secret grip on Hungary and the media

Unlike the threat of the Soviets and Ottomans, who had previously invaded the landlocked country, Soros and his armada of non-profit organizations (NGO’s) utilized a more “subtle” form of warfare.

Laundering his political opinions through the organizations he financed, Soros had them repeat his messages uncritically and with high levels of aggression in the media around the world, according to Orban. 

Soros’ propaganda campaign was wildly successful in Europe. Leaked documents show that in 2015, Soros spent large sums of money on pro-refugee propaganda which spread through global media outlets. 

The philanthropist also lobbied European governments directly to get them to open their borders to the impoverished across the world. By August 2017, Europe had received one million asylum applications. Turkey alone hosts 3.6 million Syrian refugees today. Violent crimes, including rape, skyrocketed overnight. Hungary was the only European nation to say no. 

Glenn Beck Interviews Matt Palumbo About George Soros’ Secret Network

YouTube permanently bans conservative host Dan Bongino

The Google-owned video-sharing platform alleged that Bongino uploaded a video to his primary channel while his secondary channel, which uploads clips from his radio show, was under suspension for sharing a claim that masks are useless in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Earlier in the week, Bongino had already announced his plans to leave YouTube for good over the platform’s biased censorship of conservative voices.

In a video titled, “Why I’m Leaving YouTube,” Bongino allegedly announced all of his future content would be posted exclusively to Rumble, a pro-free speech competitor to YouTube that the media personality and Fox News host was an early investor in.

Bombshell footage reveals Biden admin’s undercover migrant flights

Fox News’ Bill Melugin reports the latest on the migrant flights from Mission, Texas.

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Rising GOP Star Winsome Sears Sets Sights on Federal Election Power-Grab

Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears pledges allegiance as she presides at the Capitol. / PHOTO: Associated Press
Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears pledges allegiance as she presides at the Capitol. / PHOTO: Associated Press

Virgina Lt. Gov. and rising Republican star Winsome Sears noted the Democrats’ hypocrisy this week, suggesting that their photo ID requirement for attendance at a posh fundraising event is stricter than their voting ID requirements, Just the News reported.

According to Sears, the Democrats’ double-standard makes a mockery out of voting, the only real type of civic participation still permitted by our illegitimate state.

She also added that the ballot, rather than vaccine passports, must be kept “sacrosanct.”

“I thought you said you were for the little people, you know?” Sears said. “So if a photo ID is required to enter your event as Democrats, then why shouldn’t you have a photo ID to come to the polls?”

Sears concluded her speech by calling on Republican voters to stop complaining about election fraud, and get involved in order to help stop it next time.

“You can’t complain about elections and not offer yourself to say, ‘Well, I’m going to ensure that our elections are what they should be.’ And so that’s what we’re saying to people: ‘Get involved.’”

New York Democrats redraw congressional map, target lone Republican in NYC delegation

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis
Rep. Nicole Malliotakis 

Democrats plan to redraw Malliotakis’ 11th congressional district – which primarily includes Staten Island and a tiny section of Brooklyn – to include a much larger part of the liberal-leaning borough to include neighborhoods of Gowanus, Park Slope, Red Hook, Sunset Park and Windsor Terrace, according to the New York Post. 

The district in its current configuration is considered “purple” – essentially an even mix Democrat and Republican voters.

A bipartisan redistricting commission in New York failed to agree on a plan to redraw the state maps following the 2020 census, which means total control of the redistricting process falls into the hands of the Democrat-controlled state Senate and Assembly. 

Rep. Tenney calls for Biden’s impeachment after covert migrant flights revealed

New York Republican lawmakers Nicole Malliotakis and Claudia Tenney blasted President Biden Thursday after leaked footage revealed migrants being flown to a suburban part of the state. 

“This is a complete, aggravated dereliction of duty, which is why last night on Twitter I called for Joe Biden to be impeached and removed.

His primary obligation as the commander-in-chief and president of the United States is to enforce our laws, to live up to his oath, to enforce our border security and to tell the truth to the American people,” Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., told “Fox & Friends.

Biden isn’t the only one with ‘shady’ China ties: Peter Schweizer

Author of ‘Red-Handed’ explains the Biden family ties to China, including his claim that they received $31 million, on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’

Mark Levin: If you want a third world, vote for the Democrats

Radio’s ‘The Great One’ joins ‘Jesse Watters Primetime’ with reaction to the latest news and Al Franken’s comments on the US and 1930s Germany.

Tucker: Biden only talks about skin color

Tucker Carlson discusses how President Biden chooses his nominees based off of affirmative action and how identity politics always ends with tribal warfare.

Tucker: This is the behavior of a failed state

The ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host joined ‘Fox & Friends’ to discuss the border crisis and rampant homelessness in Los Angeles ahead of the Super Bowl.

Tucker: Biden has enabled this ongoing assault

‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host slams the administration for prioritizing the safety of Ukraine’s borders over the southern border.

Eloquent SuperNurse Nicole Sirotek shares the Maleficence in NYC

Not JUST a nurse Nicole Sirotek shares what she saw on the front lines in NYC.

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Holocaust Memorial Day

Russia remains open but ‘not optimistic’ over Ukraine talks

A Ukrainian soldier outside Zolote.  Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
A Ukrainian soldier outside Zolote. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

On Thursday, Vladimir Putin’s chief spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said “there isn’t much reason to be optimistic” after the US and Nato rejected Moscow’s demands for a veto on Ukraine’s potential membership of Nato in a co-ordinated response the day before.

Moscow needed time to analyse the US document and would not “rush into assessments”, Peskov added.

Russia’s foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, said Moscow’s main concern – the potential for Ukraine to join Nato – had not been addressed, but there was hope “for the start of a serious conversation on secondary issues”.

“There is no positive response in this document on the main issue,” he said.

One of Lavrov’s spokespeople appeared to rule out war with Ukraine, in comments that led to a jump in the value of the Russian rouble, as investors gained confidence that conflict could be avoided.

EXCLUSIVE: End the NHS jab mandate.

Steve James, the doctor who challenged Sajid Javid over the NHS mandate, is launching a judicial review against the government with a number of health professionals.

He will do an exclusive broadcast interview with me on GB News at 7pm. Make sure you get it on their YouTube after.

Poland starts building wall through protected forest at Belarus border

Construction of the border wall under way near the Polish village of Tołcze. Photograph: Wojtek Radwański/AFP/Getty Images
Construction of the border wall under way near the Polish village of Tołcze. Photograph: Wojtek Radwański/AFP/Getty Images

The Polish border guard said the barrier would measure 186km (115 miles), almost half the length of the border shared by the two countries, reach up to 5.5 metres (18ft) and cost €353m (£293m). It will be equipped with motion detectors and thermal cameras.

Poland has accused Belarus’s president, Alexander Lukashenko, of deliberately provoking a new refugee crisis in Europe by organising the movement of people from the Middle East to Minsk and promising them a safe passage to the EU in revenge for the sanctions Brussels has imposed on his authoritarian regime.

“The construction of the barrier on the Polish-Belarusian border has started,” said a statement from the Polish border guard on Twitter. “It is the largest construction investment in the history of the border guard.”

Israel warns of indifference to Iran’s threat; 77th Int’l Holocaust Remembrance TV7Israel News 27.01

1) As the international Holocaust Remembrance Day marks 77 years since the liberation of concentration and extermination camps Auschwitz-Birkenau – Germany pledges to perpetually stand by the Jewish State of Israel.

2) Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett warns the international community that continued indifference to Iran’s calls to annihilate Israel effectively constitutes “silent acceptance.”

3) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stresses Ankara’s eagerness to take steps in the energy field that would diminish Europe’s dependence on Russia.

F35-C fighter jet: Race is on to reach sunken US plane… before China

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GETTY IMAGES

The $100m F35-C plane came down in the South China Sea after what the Navy describes as a “mishap” during take-off from the USS Carl Vinson.

The jet is the Navy’s newest, and crammed with classified equipment – and, as it is in international waters, is technically fair game.

Whoever gets there first, wins.

The prize? All the secrets behind this very expensive, leading-edge fighting force.

NEW REFORMATION – Over 100 Catholic Priests “Come Out” As Homosexual, Demand Everyone Bow Down To Gay Agenda

In Germany, gay Roman Catholic priests are coming out, literally, and demanding that it is time for the world to see the ‘true diversity’ of the Roman Catholic church, and to demonstrate that the Body of Christ is ‘wonderfully queer’.

More than 120 LGBT priests, teachers, and Church volunteers in Germany have launched an initiative – OutInChurch – and demanded that Catholic higher-ups toss away their long-standing disdain for homosexual relationships and grant them greater freedoms within the Church.

Sweden decides against recommending COVID vaccines for kids aged 5-12

Fredrik Sandberg/TT News Agency/via REUTERS
Fredrik Sandberg/TT News Agency/via REUTERS

“With the knowledge we have today, with a low risk for serious disease for kids, we don’t see any clear benefit with vaccinating them,” Health Agency official Britta Bjorkholm told a news conference.

She added that the decision could be revisited if the research changed or if a new variant changed the pandemic. Kids in high-risk groups can already get the vaccine.

Sweden’s government on Wednesday extended restrictions, which included limited opening hours for restaurants and an attendance cap for indoor venues, for two weeks but said it hoped to remove them on Feb. 9.

World remembers Holocaust as survivors warn of antisemitism, denial that festered in pandemic

The members of the church community published seven demands on social media under the “OutInChurch” initiative. These demands range from queer people saying they should be able to live without fear and have access to all kinds of activities and occupations in the church without discrimination.

Holocaust survivors and politicians warned about the resurgence of antisemitism and Holocaust denial as the world remembered Nazi atrocities and commemorated the 77th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp on Thursday.

“I have lived in New York for 75 years, but I still remember well the terrible time of horror and hatred,” survivor Inge Auerbacher, 87, told the German parliament. “Unfortunately, this cancer has reawakened and hatred of Jews is commonplace again in many countries in the world, including Germany.”

Commemorations took place amid a rise of antisemitism that gained traction during lockdowns as the coronavirus pandemic exacerbated hatred online.

“This sickness must be healed as quickly as possible,” Auerbacher said.

Commentary/Opinion:

Are connections with CHINA funding Joe Biden’s lifestyle?

In his new book ‘Red-Handed,’ Peter Schweizer details how America’s most powerful elite — from tech CEOs to politicians in office — are selling out America for 1) personal profit and 2) an odd affection for China’s dictatorial model.

His book dives into the Biden family connections with China, which he details to Glenn in this clip.

For example, Schweizer explains, Hunter Biden’s numerous connections with top-ranked Chinese officials have led to a huge sums of money that he then uses to help fund and support his father’s luxurious lifestyle.

It’s massively illegal, so WHY is no one talking about this?!

The High Cost of Disparaging Natural Immunity to Covid

Demonstrators hold signs during an anti-vaccine-mandate rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, Jan. 23.
PHOTO: ERIC LEE/BLOOMBERG NEWS
Demonstrators hold signs during an anti-vaccine-mandate rally at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, Jan. 23.
PHOTO: ERIC LEE/BLOOMBERG NEWS

Public-health officials ruined many lives by insisting that workers with natural immunity to Covid-19 be fired if they weren’t fully vaccinated.

But after two years of accruing data, the superiority of natural immunity over vaccinated immunity is clear. By firing staff with natural immunity, employers got rid of those least likely to infect others. It’s time to reinstate those employees with an apology.

For most of last year, many of us called for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to release its data on reinfection rates, but the agency refused.

Finally last week, the CDC released data from New York and California, which demonstrated natural immunity was 2.8 times as effective in preventing hospitalization and 3.3 to 4.7 times as effective in preventing Covid infection compared with vaccination.

Covid-19 Policies Are Hurting Kids More Than Virus Itself

We all know how adults are coping with the pandemic, but we’re grown-ups. We can handle it.

The COVID-19 pandemic through the eyes of a child looks something like this: No school, no recess, no friends. Remote learning. Math on an app and English on a computer, sometimes without an adult nearby to help.

Back to school. Desks six feet apart. Masks. No uncovered faces, no expressions. No physical cues to communicate. Increased anxiety. Washing hands. Wiping down desks. Substitute teachers. Worried parents. Missed assignments. Endless quarantines.

COVID-19 policies in liberal states are hurting kids even more than the disease is.

In Montgomery County, Maryland, a bastion of liberalism just outside of the nation’s capital, health officials say the county wants to implement a vaccine passport to increase vax rates among children 5-11 years old, despite no research available about the possible long-term effects of the shots.

If they don’t comply? They’re banned from living life. (Think dining out, concerts, etc.) The risk of getting COVID-19, much less dying from it, is minuscule, yet kids won’t be able to get out and be able to experience some of the small joys of life.

Gutfeld slams Pelosi after re-election announcement

 ‘Gutfeld!’ panel discuss Nancy Pelosi’s re-election announcement and ‘for the children’ comments.