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It can well be argued that New York City’s requirement for a vaccine passport is the canary in the coal mine; the test scenario to see how much real opposition exists to government mandated vaccination policies.
Citizens across the nation nation are starting to realize how severe this issue has become.
The first organized protest is scheduled for Monday, August 9th at Noon EST.
The Location is: New York City Hall, 52 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007
The protest is being organized by Tina Forte a candidate for NY CD-14.
Rhode Island woman, 24, held after video shows mom, 35, with child beaten in road rage incident: report
Shyanne Boisvert, 24, of North Providence, was charged with one count of simple assault and one count of disorderly conduct following the brutal assault in Providence of the 35-year-old woman, who was also traveling with a puppy and a friend, police told the Boston Globe.
Police in Cranston notified detectives of Boisvert’s whereabouts after she called their station on an unrelated matter.
The alleged beating occurred around 11 p.m. Tuesday in the Smith Hill neighborhood, where the victim encountered a group of approximately 10 ATV and dirt bike riders.
The bikers had failed to move after the light turned green, so the 35-year-old woman honked at them, according to a police report.
Lana Cristina, 28, allegedly admitted to police that she used narcotics beforehand.
“Toxicology reports were recently returned that led to the determination that the victim’s cause of death was acute fentanyl toxicity,” the statement reads.
Cristina previously served prison time after allegedly providing heroin to a friend, Amber Hollis, who overdosed and died in 2013, according to the Times-Picayune. She pleaded guilty to negligent homicide and was sentenced to five years.
While on the phone with a dispatcher, the boy allegedly said, “If they kill me, I’ll have to kill them,” referring to responding officers, police said.
During the call, the boy fired several shots, authorities said. Several bystanders were in the cemetery at the time but none were injured.
Responding officers found the boy was armed with a handgun loaded with an extended magazine, according to police. They took positions around the perimeter of the cemetery to contain him and protect the public, police said.
“They prepared to make verbal contact with the suspect and negotiate his surrender,” police said. “As the officers were doing this, the suspect fired an additional shot from the gun.”
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York said on Friday that Phyo Hein Htut, 28, and Ye Hein Zaw, 20, had each been charged with one count of conspiracy to assault and make a violent attack upon a foreign official, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison.
According to the legal complaint, Phyo Hein Htut told FBI investigators that the arms dealer in Thailand had contacted him online and offered him money to hire attackers to hurt the ambassador and force him to step down.
If the ambassador did not step down, then the arms dealer proposed that the attackers would kill him, according to the complaint. Phyo Hein Htut and the arms dealer then agreed on a plan to tamper with the ambassador’s car to cause a crash.
Nearly 1,800 Americans directly affected by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks are opposing President Joe Biden’s participation in any memorial events this year unless he upholds his pledge to declassify U.S. government evidence that they believe may show a link between Saudi Arabian leaders and the attacks.
The group says that as a candidate Biden pledged to be more transparent and release as much information as possible but that his administration has since then ignored their letters and requests.
“Since the conclusion of the 9/11 Commission in 2004 much investigative evidence has been uncovered implicating Saudi government officials in supporting the attacks,” the statement says.
“Through multiple administrations, the Department of Justice and the FBI have actively sought to keep this information secret and prevent the American people from learning the full truth about the 9/11 attacks.”
VAERS Latest Data Include 2 New Reports of Teen Deaths Following COVID Vaccine, as Total Reports of Deaths Exceed 12,000
Data released today show that between Dec. 14, 2020 and July 30, 2021, a total of 545,338 total adverse events were reported to VAERS, including 12,366 deaths — an increase of 426 over the previous week.
There were 70,105 reports of serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period — up 7,003 compared with the previous week.
Excluding “foreign reports” filed in VAERS, 443,201 adverse events, including 5,739 deaths and 35,881 serious injuries, were reported in the U.S.
Of the 5,739 U.S. deaths reported as of July 30, 13% occurred within 24 hours of vaccination, 19% occurred within 48 hours of vaccination and 34% occurred in people who experienced an onset of symptoms within 48 hours of being vaccinated.
Physician Speaks Out Against ‘Vaccine Mandates for All’ — Especially Children and Those With Natural Immunity
Dr. Marty Makary, a professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and editor-in chief of MedPage Today, is pushing back against the growing drumbeat for mass vaccinations and COVID vaccine mandates.
In an interview with U.S. New & World Reports, Makary said mandating vaccines for “every living, walking American” is not well-supported by science. Makary also expressed concerns about the two-dose vaccine regimen for adolescents.
Makary told U.S. News & World Report that as a physician, he believes “you win more bees with honey than with fire — referring to patients who don’t follow what “we ask them to do.”
Makary believes people “who choose not to get vaccinated are making a poor health decision at their own individual risk.” But he doesn’t believe the unvaccinated pose a public health threat to those who are already immune to the virus.
It’s the first time the high court has been asked to weigh in on a vaccine mandate and comes as some corporations, states and cities are also contemplating or have adopted vaccine requirements for workers or even to dine indoors.
The case is not the first time a coronavirus-related issue has been before the court. In rulings over the past year the conservative-dominated high court has largely backed religious groups who have challenged restrictions on indoor services during the cononavirus pandemic.
In the current case, however, a three-judge federal appeals court panel, including two judges appointed by former President Donald Trump, was one of two lower courts to side with Indiana University and allow it to require the vaccinations.
Stuckey, who hosts the podcast, ”Relatable,” posted a notice on Instagram from Twitter explaining the Thursday suspension.
”We have determined that this account violated Twitter Rules,” it said. ”Specifically, for violating our rules against hateful conduct. You may not promote violence against, threatened, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin.”
Twitter cited a Stuckey tweet saying: ”(Laurel) Hubbard failing at the event doesn’t make his inclusion fair. He’s still a man, and men shouldn’t compete against women in weightlifting.”
The main thoroughfare in a historic California gold-rush town was in smoldering ruins on Thursday, hours after the state’s largest wildfire engulfed the hamlet of Greenville in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Eve Johnson reports.
Jonathan D.T. Ward, founder of Atlas Organization and author of ‘China’s Vision of Victory,’ argues that people should now know that the Chinese tech sector is ‘quite a danger’ to be involved in.
The Fox News senior strategic analyst Gen. Jack Keane discusses potential foreign conflicts in Asia among China, Taiwan and Japan.
‘The Five’ reacts to Democrats holding a ‘crisis dinner’ for the vice president.
The Biden Administration announced on Friday it is extending its pause on student loan payments and interest through Jan. 31, 2022.
The Department of Education said it will be its “final extension of the pause on student loan repayment, interest, and collections,” stating they feel it’s a necessary move to allow borrowers more time to plan to begin repayments to avoid defaults and delinquency.
In its press release, the Department noted it has taken a number of steps in an attempt to provide relief for student loan borrowers, including approving $1.5 billion in borrower defense claims, extending full relief to approved claims and approving new types of claims.
The leader of the state Assembly’s elections committee issued subpoenas Friday demanding extensive election materials, including all ballots and voting machines, from two Wisconsin counties in what she called a “top-to-bottom” investigation of the state’s 2020 presidential results.
Republican Rep. Janel Brandtjen said she has sent subpoenas to Milwaukee and Brown counties for election materials. Brandtjen said last month that she wanted to conduct a review similar to a widely discredited audit performed in Arizona. Brandtjen and other Wisconsin Republicans traveled to that state in June to observe the review.
“Legislators have been hearing from thousands of disgruntled constituents regarding their concerns with the November 2020 election,” Brandtjen said in a news release.
The biggest story of the week for Bill O’Reilly? It’s Andrew Cuomo.
O’Reilly, as someone who’s covered New York politics for decades, joins Glenn to dive into the details of Cuomo’s nasty scandal, and he explains why this story matters to YOU.
It’s ALL about recognizing political corruption.
With Iran have elected a new President in Ebrahim Raisi, tensions between the two nations continue to rise with nuclear talks on the table and more – via ‘Wake Up America’ on Newsmax.
So many Americans are proving over and over again to the federal government that we’re SHEEP and will accept whatever measures of control politicians try to enact.
COVID vaccine passports have begun, first in progressive strongholds like New York City. But will they spread throughout the nation?
If that happens, Glenn says, then we DESERVE the tyranny that will follow…
Are China and India heading to war over water? China is going to build the Modi Hydropower Station, projected to be three times the size of the Three Gorges Dam, on the China-India border.
If built, China will have total strategic control of the Yarlung Zangbo River that is the lifeline of India and Bangladesh.
China and India are moving troops and heavy artillery and building military infrastructures at the border. Will there be a war between China and India? Simone Gao explains.
You’d have to be very desperate or very stupid to do drugs in Thailand. After all, the warnings couldn’t be any clearer, the penalties any tougher. But still Australians keep getting caught.
Still, they’re shocked when they find themselves in some of the world’s most appalling, most brutal jails like the notorious Bangkok Hilton. In a way, though, they’re the lucky ones.
Thailand’s a place where when they say “zero tolerance”, they mean it … where more than 2000 drug traffickers were killed on the streets last year.
The China Daily released a propaganda film attempting to criticise Sky News Australia journalist Sharri Markson over her coverage of the Wuhan lab leak theory.
In the video, which references news articles from The Guardian as evidence, Markson’s work was described as being a “conspiracy theory”.
The ABC’s Wendy Harmer tweeted a link to the article suggesting Markson would be responsible for World War 3, before deleting the tweet a few hours later.
ABC communications boss Nick Leys declined to say whether the tweet was a breach of social media policies or whether the ABC had asked Harmer to delete it.
The Guardian also declined to comment.
Sky News Digital Editor Jack Houghton said it was strange that Australian journalists would promote Chinese propaganda in a bid to attack one of our own journalists.
The Australian’s Sophie Elsworth says Twitter is only really a “leftist vehicle” to pedal “crazy views”. “There’s very few right-leaning people on there that have any traction,” she said. “Because if they do they get absolutely hauled over the coals.”
Protesters did not start the violence Thursday night in Melbourne. It was an entirely peaceful event until POLICE attacked.
1) The Iranian-proxy Hezbollah launched a barrage of rockets toward Israel earlier today – drawing retaliatory bombardments on Southern Lebanon.
2) Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi voices his government’s keen aspiration to reach a negotiated solution that will have U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic removed.
3) The United States warns Iran that the process to reach a negotiated solution for the 2015 nuclear agreement “cannot go on indefinitely.”
Geraldo is a cesspool of misinformation. In this episode, I address our explosive debate last night where Geraldo got caught pumping misinformation. I also address the latest troubling attack on your digital privacy.
Gutfeld!’ panel discusses the Cuomo brother’s treatment of governor’s allegations.
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