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Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller Jr. is being released from military brig today after winning a landslide of public support for his condemnation of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
His media team released an update on Tuesday saying: ‘An IRO hearing was scheduled to review LtCol Stuart Scheller’s pre-trial detention at 1:30 pm today.
‘The Marine Corps refused to provide an open hearing or to record the hearing. Media outlets objected and asked that the hearing be delayed to allow for action in federal court.
‘Prior to the hearing, the Marine Corps agreed to release LtCol Scheller pending trial by court martial.
Fox News contributor Bill Bennett blasts Biden administration over controversial decision.
‘Outnumbered’ panel reacts to the DOJ’s plan to label parents as domestic terrorists that oppose school board members.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – On Sunday, police arrested Buk Mawut Buk, 22, for the shooting death of University of Utah football player, 21-year-old Aaron Lowe.
Buk has been charged with aggravated murder, attempted murder, felony discharge of a firearm and violation of probation. He is currently being held at the Salt Lake County Jail without bond.
*Buk came to this country, along with his family from South Sudan. He has a long criminal history in and around Salt Lake City, including two convictions for robbery.
Though this case has been covered extensively at the local level, not one has reported on Buk’s immigration status.
As officers took him into custody, the illegal alien told the woman that he would return to “kill” her, upon his release from jail. according to the arrest report.
Mondragon-Alvarez has been charged with strangulation, making terroristic threats, assault, criminal mischief, harassment and disorderly conduct. He is currently being held at the Chester County Prison, as he has been unable to post bail.
*As Chester County employs a ‘sanctuary’ policy, if Mondragon-Alvarez is able to come up with 10 percent of his bond, to pay to a bail-bonding service, he will simply be released back onto the streets. This, despite threatening to kill his victim, in the presence of police officers and his immigration status.
Texas law enforcement officials are reportedly preparing for over 60,000 migrants to attempt to illegally enter the U.S., according to the Washington Examiner.
Thousands of Texas National Guard troops and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) officials were sent to assist immigration authorities at the border, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott spokesperson Renae Eze told the Examiner.
More than 85,000 migrants have crossed through Panama since January, and between 20,000 and 25,000 Haitians have arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to Axios.
It came after the National School Boards Association (NSBA) asked the Biden administration for assistance, suggesting that the threats and acts of violence were similar to domestic terrorism.
Nomani’s group has launched a form on their website that purportedly sends emails to DOJ. The draft email reads: “I urge you to reconsider mobilizing the U.S. Department of Justice against concerned parents who are exercising their First Amendment rights at school board meetings across the country.”
“Our country’s children deserve a high-quality education. Please do not criminalize the American citizens that advocate on their behalf.”
On Tuesday, Nomani changed her Twitter display name to “Asra Q. Nomani ‘Domestic Terrorist’” in an apparent attempt to mock the suspicion of parents like herself. In another tweet, she said Attorney General Merrick Garland had issued a “declaration of war” against parents.
Fox News contributor Dr. Alveda King discussed the debate on abortion and urged people to have compassion on the issue.
One of the first viral videos showed the chant breaking out at the first Coastal Carolina game of the year:
From there, the chant cropped up at a dozen other games.It has also started showing up at concerts:
This weekend, the chant also broke out at NASCAR’s Xfinity Series race at Talladega:
The Bee notes that it is impossible to drive cross-country without passing through at least one state to which California bans state-funded travel. Moreover, “California prohibits state-funded travel to 18 of the 25 states where most voters cast ballots for Trump in 2020 – and none of the states that backed Biden.”
The law has many exceptions: public college athletic teams, for example, travel to banned states using private money.
California passed a law in 2016 allowing the state’s attorney general to ban official travel to a state deemed to have violated the rights of LGBTQ individuals.
The law was a response to a controversy in 2015, when big companies said they would boycott Indiana over a called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The Publicis Groupe, a leading worldwide PR firm, represents major companies within the technology, pharmaceutical and banking industries. These companies, in turn, have various partnerships with the U.S. government and global nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)
Any strategy that successfully manipulates public opinion is bound to be repeated, and we can now clearly see how the tobacco industry’s playbook is being used to shape the public narrative about COVID-19 and the projected post-COVID era.
After investigating the strategies used by Monsanto and Bayer, we can now see that the same playbook is being used by Big Tech and Big Pharma to shape the public narratives about COVID-19 and The Great Reset.
The impressive trajectory of the Internet age and social media’s dominance of how we get our information was put on display Monday night when Facebook and its companies, Instagram and WhatsApp, crashed worldwide.
Large swaths of the world rely on these platforms and services, which are largely unregulated by governments, to send messages, make calls, receive information and coordinate meetings and daily life.
This is not just a small part of people’s lives in the modern age. The age of the Internet has rapidly shifted power into the hands of a few large tech giants that operate as monopolies for hosting, distributing and disseminating information.
October 4 2021 Brooklyn, New York –
Hundreds of people gathered outside Brooklyn Department of Education to protest vaccination mandates for teachers and school staff.
The group then marched in the roadway, across the Brooklyn Bridge to City Hall and through lower Manhattan.
People marching were also demanding an end to medical apartheid while chanting “End segregation and discrimination” one of the organizers could be heard telling those marching behind her “Whether the people like to believe it or not, this is medical apartheid in real time.
Medical apartheid! If you’re not pro segregation by race, then you shouldn’t be supporting any other type of segregation.”
The effectiveness of the Pfizer Inc/BioNTech SE vaccine in preventing infection by the coronavirus dropped to 47% from 88% six months after the second dose, according to data published on Monday that U.S. health agencies considered when deciding on the need for booster shots. Gloria Tso reports.
[NEW YORK – Oct. 4, 2021] Project Veritas released the fourth video in its COVID vaccine investigative series today which exposed three Pfizer officials saying that antibodies lead to equal, if not better, protection against the virus compared to the vaccine.
Nick Karl, a scientist who is directly involved in the production of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, said that natural immunity is more effective than the very vaccine he works on, and Pfizer produces.
Ebright said bluntly that Collins had not told the truth when asked about this research: “assertions by the NIH Director, Francis Collins, and the NIAID Director, Anthony Fauci, that the NIH did not support gain-of-function research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement at WIV are untruthful.”
During the coronavirus pandemic, Collins frequently appeared on television where he advocated for children wearing masks in schools while blaming unvaccinated Americans for the pandemic’s continuation.
This past September, The Intercept reported on several grants that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NAID) — one of the 27 institutes governed by the NIH — awarded to EcoHealth Alliance for gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China:
‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host sounds off on the left’s devotion for Dr. Fauci.
Eastman, a combat veteran of both the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, on Tuesday launched a campaign for Senate in the key battleground state of North Carolina, joining a crowded and combustible Republican primary in the 2022 race to try and succeed retiring GOP Sen. Richard Burr.
“I went to war to defend our country and fight for our beliefs. Today the mission’s changed. Today the mission is here at home,” Eastman said in a campaign launch video.
Touting her conservative credentials, the first-time candidate noted that “I’m pro-life. I’m pro-Second Amendment.”
And she showcased that “I believe in term limits. Two terms and I’m out. I’m not there to put up a tent and make this a career.”
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to emergency room nurse and congressional candidate Kevin Surdi about how Kathy Hochul’s New York vaccine mandate for unvaccinated health workers has been a disaster for healthcare staffing and nurse burnout.
This week the vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in NY took effect. Instead of making hospitals safer it appears to make things much worse. Hospitals that already had a nursing shortage are now losing thousands of other doctors and nurses despite having antibodies from getting COVID previously.
He tells heartbreaking stories of pregnant nurses who were forced to quit simply for waiting to give birth before getting the COVID vaccine.
The Democratic National Committee has told employees they must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or look for work elsewhere unless they have a legal exemption, as President Biden’s mandates start to bite.
An internal email from the DNC’s chief operations officer, Monica Guardiola, warned unvaccinated workers they could face ‘termination.’
‘This is part of the president’s national strategy and is a critical tool to combat COVID-19 and save lives in the months ahead,’ it said, according to Politico, which obtained the email.
Dem-run states and cities that dragged their feet on re-opening and weighed businesses and schools down with mandates, are bringing down the economy.
Alcohol regulators ban beers if they don’t like the labels.
Jim Caruso’s Flying Dog Brewery makes beer with names like “Doggie Style” and “Tropical Bitch.”
“Do you really want to live in a country where government bureaucrats … can censor whatever they don’t like?” asks Flying Dog Brewery CEO Jim Caruso.
He’s spending his own money to sue beer bureaucrats who banned his and other beer labels.
Good for Caruso for spending his own money to fight for free speech:
The 2,500-page landmark report was released Tuesday after more than two years of investigations by an independent commission, in France’s first major reckoning with the devastating phenomenon.
A victim named ‘Marie’ testified that she was abused as an 11-year-old and that when she complained about the abuse to her parents they refused to believe a nun could do such a thing. The abuse continued for another year.
Eighty per cent of victims were young boys between the ages of 10 and 13, however many girls also suffered abuse, not only by priests but also by nuns.
Pope Francis today expressed to the victims his ‘great sorrow, for their wounds’, adding that he was grateful for the courage they had shown in denouncing what they had been through.
#takeusbacktochina: Foreign Students, Their Studies Halted by the Pandemic, Plead to Return To China
China admits hundreds of thousands of foreign students, most of them from other Asian countries. Foreign students are a key source of income for many universities in China.
Former U.K. Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage discusses the truck driver shortage and PM Boris Johnson’s green initiative.
Boris Johnson is climbing the greasy pole of politics with his new green policies.
Biden’s new China trade plan echoes Trump’s; China sends 52 aircraft to Taiwan ADIZ | China in Focus
Former President Donald Trump’s China tariffs will stay in place for now. And the U.S. trade representative says there could be even more ahead, if her upcoming talks with Beijing don’t go well.
Within just two months, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration seized 1.8 million fentanyl-laced pills—most of them made in China.
Beijing breaks its own record. It sent a whopping 52 Chinese aircraft toward Taiwan—the highest reported number on record.
Freedom in Hong Kong takes another hit. The city’s largest independent trade union has disbanded, citing that “political uncertainty” made it too difficult to continue.
Reports say Taiwan’s pandemic numbers are shrinking, with no new virus cases found locally in five days. As the situation improves, officials are tweaking some of the island’s prevention measures.
Dr. Jay Bhattacharya says that the liberal social order has been put on “life support” due to COVID-19 pandemic response, including lockdowns and vaccine mandates.
But he also expressed optimism, saying that he believes the liberal social order is more robust than we realize, and it will come back once we address the panic and fear caused by COVID.
Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said recently his nation is preparing for war. His statement came just days after China flew 38 fighter jets near Taiwan, on China’s National Day.
In a video, Wu urged Australia to help prepare for a possible invasion. But…what about the US? Wu gave us no mention, which may mean Taiwan doesn’t expect any help from America (after all, we wouldn’t even properly rescue our own people from Afghanistan).
Glenn, Pat, and Stu discuss whether or not President Biden would step in during such a conflict. Plus, why did China just cut off all cryptocurrency?
Facebook Whistleblower Ryan Hartwig: “When they say they want more censorship, it’s essentially just more censorship of conservatives.”
Ryan Hartwig joins #AVAM to discuss the Facebook Whistleblower Senate hearing with Jessica Rivera and Terrance Bates.
I went to UC Berkeley to see if students would give me money to finance terrorist attacks against America. You must see it to believe it!!!
Historian Victor Davis Hanson said on Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today” that President Joe Biden’s immigration plan would not affect upper-class elites, but it is destroying the lower-middle classes.”
Hanson said, “It sure won’t affect the people who engineered it. They will be in the bi-coastal elite enclaves.”
Hanson concluded, “That was what was ironic about the Democratic Party. They destroyed their old union base or the lower-middle classes of all tribes and races because they bought into this open borders idea.”