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Official Government reports prove that Covid-19 vaccination is not only ineffective but also deeply damaging.
It destroys the immune system at a frightening rate and vastly increases the risk of death and the risk of suffering cancer.
This is why the vaccinated are much more likely to be infected with the alleged Covid-19 virus than the unvaccinated.
And it is why hundreds of thousands of people are dying on a weekly basis all over the world, with 2022 already being a record-breaking year for deaths.
But it’s not just people suffering or dying that the world needs to worry about.
Because confidential Pfizer documents and real-world data confirm Covid-19 vaccination has an adverse effect on fertility in both men and women.
Couple that with the proven increased risk of losing a child during pregnancy, the increased rate of stillbirths, and the critical increase in newborn deaths, then it’s not beyond the realms of possibility to conclude that Covid-19 vaccination is currently causing mass depopulation at an alarming rate.
TGP EXCLUSIVE: 11 FACTS on the Dozens of Federal Operatives Who Infiltrated the Trump Crowds on January 6th at the US Capitol
The FBI had the evidence that there was “no conspiracy” or plans made by the Proud Boys and others to invade and take control of the US Capitol. The FBI ignored this information from their own operative.
The FBI finally admitted in September 2021 to The New York Times that they were running informants and operatives inside groups attending the January 6 rallies in Washington DC.
In fact, one of the first “protesters” inside the US Capitol was an FBI informant.
There is also evidence that the US Capitol Police were also running informants and operatives inside the Trump crowd including members who entered the US Capitol with the protesters.
Now we learn that at least 20 assets from the FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives were embedded in the crowds at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.
FACT 8: DOJ finally admits they were running Confidential Human Sources inside the Oath Keepers organization on January 6th
FACT 10: The FBI admited in November 2022 they were running at least 8 informants inside the Proud Boys in th months leading to January 6.
Was the FBI leading the insurrection?
FBI Director Refuses To Answer Whether Agency Had Sources ‘Dressed As Trump Supporters’ In J6 Riots House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Worldwide Threats to the Homeland. Republican Louisiana Rep. Clay Higgins asked Wray.
Thousands of smartphone applications in Apple and Google’s online stores contain computer code developed by a technology company, Pushwoosh, that presents itself as based in the United States but is actually Russian, Reuters has found.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States’ main agency for fighting major health threats, said it had been deceived into believing Pushwoosh was based in the US capital. After learning about its Russian roots from Reuters, it removed Pushwoosh software from seven public-facing apps, citing security concerns.
The US Army said it had removed an app containing Pushwoosh code in March because of the same concerns. That app was used by soldiers at one of the country’s main combat training bases.
A federal judge on Wednesday gave the Biden administration until Dec. 21 to wind down its use of Title 42 to expel migrants.
Saying he did so with “great reluctance,” District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan granted the Department of Justice’s request to stay a decision that would block the expelling migrants without the chance for asylum under the Title 42 policy.
Sullivan, an appointee of then-President Bill Clinton, wrote issued a 49-page ruling on Tuesday.
He noted the CDC’s “decision to ignore the harm” caused by the policy likewise violated the Administrative Procedures Act.
“It is unreasonable for the CDC to assume that it can ignore the consequences of any actions it chooses to take in the pursuit of fulfilling its goals, particularly when those actions included the extraordinary decision to suspend the codified procedural and substantive rights of noncitizens seeking safe harbor,” Sullivan wrote.
“Particularly in view of the harm Plaintiffs face if summarily expelled to countries they may be persecuted or tortured, the Court therefore vacated the Title 42 policy.”
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit on behalf of a group of asylum-seeking families.
According to FOX 5 D.C., the council unanimously voted in favor of the 450-page Revised Criminal Code Act of 2021, which modernizes most District criminal offenses and is the first comprehensive revision of the D.C. Criminal Code since 1901.
While officials reached a consensus on much of the legislation, provisions to reduce maximum sentences, eliminate nearly all mandatory minimum sentences, as well as the expansion of the right to jury trials by those accused of misdemeanors, were a concern to some.
In October, D.C. U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves acknowledged that his office voted to move forward with Bill 24-416, even following “serious concerns about a number of recommendations.”
While the bill will now go to Mayor Muriel Bowser’s desk — and then to Congress — she and Metropolitan Police Department Chief Robert J. Contee III both opposed the bill’s reduction of many sentences.
Parents charged after 7-year-old Harris Co. boy who was reported missing, later found dead in washing machine
Jemaine Thomas, 42, and Tiffany Thomas, 35, have been charged. Jemaine is charged with capital murder while Tiffany is charged with injury to a child by omission.
According to court documents, deputies spoke with Jemaine and Tiffany who said they hadn’t seen Troy since the night before they contacted authorities.
The deputies searched the home and neighborhood for Troy for over an hour, including the use of drone aircraft and canine assets.
Around 7:10 a.m., the deputies returned inside the home and conducted another search.
That’s when, according to the documents, a deputy who was searching the area of the garage and utility room, stated he looked through the lid of the top-loading washing machine and saw Troy’s body in the bottom of the wash tub.
Court documents stated that during the investigation it was learned that two prior CPS investigations were initiated by school personnel, alerting authorities to suspicious injuries on Troy. The investigations, which both occurred in 2022, were related to physical abuse, which included blackened eyes and facial bruising.
Upon review of cellular information, court documents revealed investigators found a chat thread between the parents’ cellular telephones in which both parents expressed deep contempt for Troy. Within the messages, a text message was observed by Tiffany who told Jemaine that Troy told her the truth about eating her oatmeal crime pies because she “threatened to put him in the stove and turn it on.”
The L.A. County Fire Department says five individuals had critical injuries, four had moderate injuries and another 14 had minor injuries.
The recruits are reportedly attendees of the Sheriff’s Training Academy and Regional Services (STARS) Center in Whittier, California. Whittier is a suburb of Los Angeles.
Authorities have yet to release further details on the incident.
Residents of the area told Fox 11 that police recruits at the STARS academy often run in groups while wearing high-visibility vests in the area.
The suspect was described as a White male between the ages of 18 and 22, wearing all black clothes and a black baseball cap, and riding a mountain bike.
The Moscow Police Department declined to comment on the incident, whether the suspect had been apprehended or whether it could be connected to the Nov. 13 quadruple homicides that occurred about one mile away.
The students’ bodies were found Sunday morning after police responded to a report of an unconscious person at a rented home on King Road near the university’s fraternity row.
The victims are Ethan Chapin, 20, of Conway, Washington; Madison Mogen, 21, of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; Xana Kernodle, 20, of Avondale, Arizona; and Kaylee Goncalves, 21, of Rathdrum, Idaho.
The shocking murders have left locals and the campus community on edge.
Hundreds of women are suing the state of New York for its alleged role in prison sex abuse under the newly-passed Adult Survivors Act, which allows sexual abuse victims to file civil lawsuits after the statute of limitations has expired, according to The New York Times.
The law, passed in May, grants victims of abuse at state-run facilities including prisons an opportunity to file civil lawsuits after the statute of limitations has passed, according to the New York Times.
At least 750 civil lawsuits will be filed on behalf of incarcerated women by Slater Slater and Schulman, a law firm that pursued sexual abuse lawsuits against Boy Scouts of American and the Catholic Church, and other law firms will likely follow.
In the announcement, the NYIC said that the program would test the feasibility of an “interoperable network of central bank wholesale digital money and commercial bank digital money operating on a shared multi-entity distributed ledger” through a regulated liability network.
The banks that will participate in the program include Mastercard, TD Bank, BNY Mellon, HSBC, Citi, PNC Bank, Wells Fargo, US Bank, and Truist. They will participate by issuing tokens and settling transactions via simulated central bank reserves.
Meanwhile, federal regulators are yet to agree on whether or not to launch a digital dollar. However, a few months ago, President Joe Biden issued an executive order requiring several agencies to explore the benefits and risks of a CBDC.
On Tuesday, Breitbart Texas reported that Governor Greg Abbott added the city of Philadelphia to the growing list of sanctuary cities he designated to receive migrants released by the Biden Administration in Texas.
It does not appear that Mayor Kenney was on hand on Wednesday morning.
A woman who appears to be Philadelphia City Council Member Helen Gym can be heard in the live-streamed video saying, “I am incredibly honored to be here. In general, people feel relieved. We want them to know they have a home here.”
She claimed that one migrant child required medical attention after the journey.
Former Acting ICE Director Tom Homan discusses DHS Secretary Mayorkas testifying about the US border and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott declaring an ‘invasion’ at the southern border.
Testimony: Biden Takes Air Marshals Off Flights, Deploys them to Conduct Welfare Checks on Illegal Aliens
Van Drew, during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing, said Biden’s DHS is still taking Air Marshals off flights to have them transport border crossers and illegal aliens, provide welfare checks on illegal aliens, and in some cases, do janitorial work.
“In an attempt to combat the crisis on the border, you have deployed highly-trained and highly-skilled Federal Air Marshals to perform non-law enforcement duties such as hospital watch, transportation, and welfare checks. There have even been reports that Air Marshals are performing janitorial duties,” Van Drew said:
DHS is removing hundreds of Air Marshals from the skies during one of the busiest travel seasons of the year even though you state that America’s aviation infrastructure is at a very high threat and is a target. [Emphasis added]
Furthermore, DHS is even classifying how many high-risk flights are not being covered due to your decision to deploy Air Marshals to the border. How do you justify this deployment? [Emphasis added]
In response, Mayorkas refuted claims that Air Marshals were doing janitorial work while being deployed at the southern border.
During a House Homeland Security Committee hearing on Tuesday, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) grilled Mayorkas over the roughly 1.4 million border crossers and illegal aliens that have been released into American communities since February 2021, as well as the 600,000 illegal aliens who are known to have successfully crossed the southern border in Fiscal Year 2022.
“Now can you answer definitively … that none of the 600,000 individuals who are now in the United States amongst our communities that got away are gang members or criminals?” Cammack asked Mayorkas.
“Your question highlights precisely why we have sought to prioritize national security and public safety threats in our Immigration and Customs Enforcement apprehension and removal efforts,” Mayorkas said, evading the question.
Mayorkas also did not provide data on how many of the nearly 30,000 convicted criminal illegal aliens apprehended in Fiscal Year 2022 went on to claim asylum after arriving at the southern border.
Cammack pressed Mayorkas on whether criminal records exist for those released into the U.S. under the Biden administration thus far.
Lankford — the ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs subcommittee on government operations and border management — wrote to Mayorkas as reports found that DHS is expanding its disinformation authority across several DHS sub-agencies.
Lankford stated that the DHS is engaging in mission creep by expanding into “contentious areas” such as the American withdrawal from Afghanistan and even coordinating with private social media and technology companies to “deem what is disinformation.”
Lankford emphasized that DHS is expanding its role despite the DHS’s affirmation and subsequent response to an Office of Inspector General report which found that there is “no need” for the Disinformation Governance Board’s existence.
Lankford demanded the following:
All you need to know about Trump’s new presidential bid and it’s chances of success.
On Wednesday’s “National Report,” Father Frank Pavone explains to NEWSMAX why “Priests for Life” is endorsing Donald Trump’s 2024 presidential bid.
TRUMP’S THE GENERAL WHO TRIED TO SAVE THE NATION, BUT WAS STOPPED BY THE MOST VICIOUS POLITICAL ASSASSINS EVER SEEN IN OUR HISTORY.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has addressed the incident, which saw two missiles strike a village in eastern Poland on Tuesday, local time.
The Polish government initially confirmed the missiles were “Russian made” and summoned an ambassador from Moscow to provide an explanation.
Speaking at the meeting of NATO allies in Brussels convened shortly after the attack, Mr Stoltenberg said the initial investigation suggests a Ukrainian air defence system was triggered by a flurry of Russian missiles, and the missiles “unfortunately fell on Polish territory”.
“Let me be clear: this is not Ukraine’s fault. Russia bears the ultimate responsibility as it continues its illegal war against Ukraine,” Mr Stoltenberg added.
US allegedly pressures Israel on Gov composition; IAEA demands Iranian answers TV7 Israel News 16.11
1) Negotiations over the formation of the next Israeli government face their first obstacles amid foreign pressures.
2) U.S. CETCOM Commander General Michael Kurilla concludes a visit to Israel – as the U.S. Military and IDF are actively preparing for a multi-sector conflagration vis-à-vis Iran.
3) The U.S. State Department announced a batch of new sanctions against the Ayatollah regime in Tehran – over Iran’s support for Russia’s war against Ukraine.
On Wednesday’s “Wake Up America,” the Taliban has ordered the return of Sharia law government which enforces oppressive measures towards women. NEWSMAX’S Daniel Cohen reports.
Jamaica issues state of emergency in response to surging crime that includes tourist haven Montego Bay
Last month, the U.S. State Department issued a travel warning suggesting that Americans reconsider traveling to Jamaica due to rising crime, explaining that “the homicide rate reported by the Government of Jamaica has for several years been among the highest in the Western Hemisphere.”
“Violent crimes, such as home invasions, armed robberies, sexual assaults, and homicides, are common,” the warning said. “Sexual assaults occur frequently, including at all-inclusive resorts. Local police lack the resources to respond effectively to serious criminal incidents.”
Jamaican officials said that 1,360 murders have taken place on the island between Jan. 1 and Nov. 13 of this year, which represents an increase of 6.8% from the same period in 2021.
Gang violence is said to be the reason for 71% of those murders.
A mother lost her unborn baby. The tragic event occurred amid China’s strict #Pandemic rules.
A contest for power is intensifying. We take a look at why China, the United States, and Canada are putting more effort into courting one region in Asia.
A Chinese man is under arrest in Canada. An employee for a major Canadian power company, he’s now on suspicion of espionage—tied to clean energy technology.
Could Vietnam replace China as the world’s leading manufacturer? Germany voices plans to back the country.