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December 1, 2021

Dec 01 11:42

Omicron Variant Sends Vaccine Makers’ Stocks Soaring, as VAERS Data Show 913,000 Reported Adverse Events After COVID Vaccines

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new data late Monday showing a total of 913,268 adverse events following COVID vaccines were reported between Dec. 14, 2020, and Nov. 19, 2021, to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). VAERS is the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S.

The data included a total of 19,249 reports of deaths — an increase of 396 over the previous week — and 143,395 reports of serious injuries, including deaths, during the same time period — up 4,269 compared with the previous week.

Excluding “foreign reports” to VAERS, 664,745 adverse events, including 8,898 deaths and 56,297 serious injuries, were reported in the U.S. between Dec. 14, 2020, and Nov. 19, 2021.

Dec 01 11:41

After Licensing Board Threatens Disciplinary Action, Maine Physician Asks Board to Define COVID ‘Misinformation’

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine this month issued a position statement in which it said: “Physicians who generate and spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation or disinformation are risking disciplinary action by state medical boards, including the suspension or revocation of their medical license.”

In the letter below, Dr. Meryl Nass, a practicing physician in Maine and member of the Children’s Health Defense scientific advisory board, asked the board to define what it means by “misinformation” and “disinformation,” and to clarify what statutory authority the board has to discipline physicians on the basis of undefined transgressions. The letter, which includes the Nov. 16 testimony Nass gave to the New Hampshire state legislature, has been edited slightly for clarity.

Dec 01 11:41

The Collapse of the US Submarine Fleet

The submarine fleet has traditionally enjoyed the special favors of the top leaders in the United States. It is even known that in 1993 former US Vice President Al Gore made a trip to the Arctic aboard the USS Pargo nuclear submarine.

According to The National Interest, the US Navy announced in December 2016 that it needed 66 submarines with submarine-launched cruise missiles and strike missiles deployed. But in early 2019, there were only 51 attack submarines in the fleet. And that number is projected to decrease. For example, dozens of Los Angeles-class submarines will be decommissioned in the next few years, and too few new Virginia-class submarines are being produced.

Dec 01 11:37

Hysterical: Peter Doocy's Question Sends 'Peppermint Psaki' Into Ridiculous Rant

White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that President Joe Biden was referring to former President Donald Trump's tweets when he named Trump a "xenophobic" on the heels of Trump implementing the travel ban last year with China.

"What the president was critical of was the way that the former president put out, I believe, a xenophobic tweet and what he called the coronavirus and who he directed it at," Psaki announced at Monday's press briefing. "The president has not been critical of travel restrictions, we have put those in place ourselves in the spring," she went on.

Dec 01 11:36

Nurse in Idaho explains that Covid patients are dying from the treatments, not Covid.

Dec 01 11:35

A Clearer Breakdown of What This Infrastructure Bill Is Really Funding

On November 5, 2021, Congress passed the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (H.R.3684) which was signed by the President on November 15. Yet another $1.2 trillion in nefarious “investments” to keep the money presses rolling. Most media sources summarize the 2740-page bill by lumping everything into spending categories, while leaving out some of the most critical data that shows what they really intend to fund. This report breaks down several key data and funding points, while drawing attention to some of the more questionable allocations.

Dec 01 11:35

J.D. Vance: Shut Down Government Until Vaccine Mandates Stop

With government vaccine mandates threatening to shut down businesses and punish anyone bold enough to make their own healthcare decisions, best-selling author and Ohio U.S. Senate candidate J.D. Vance pitched a unique twist to the madness.

Republicans, Vance said, should shut down the government until President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate ends.

“Right now, we have the Biden administration forcing a vaccine mandate down people’s throats,” Vance said during an Ohio GOP Senate Forum, reported Breitbart.

“At the same time, we have a debt limit coming up,” Vance said. “Instead of giving them a bipartisan flag to wave, we should shut down the government until the vaccine mandate ends.”

Consider it giving despots a dose of their own medicine.

Dec 01 11:33

Omicron Is "Extremely Mild" Says Doctor Who First Discovered Strain; Numerous Mutations "Destabilize" The Virus

With Fauci, big government fanatics, Democrat officials, and the biopharma lobby all turning the Omicron (not to be confused with Xi as the WHO explained earlier) variant fearmongering to max, a few holdouts are still trying to maintain a lack of panic (even if that means less revenue for makers of Pfizer and Moderna megayachts).

One, as we noted last night, is Goldman which said that the bank has a "reasonable degree of confidence that this mutation is unlikely to be more malicious and that the existing vaccines will most likely continue to be effective."

Then this morning, the Pretoria doctor who first sounded the alarm about the new strain and who is a Covid-19 adviser to the South Africa government said that symptoms linked to the omicron coronavirus variant have been mild so far.

Dec 01 11:32

Proof: Big Tech Shielding Fauci, Biden Admin From Criticism

YouTube censored a song denouncing Dr. Anthony Fauci and calling him out for his lies regarding COVID-19, his passion for public attention, and the cruel experiments his agency approved.

The song "Sad Little Man" describes Fauci's terrible track record on COVID-19 and mocks him for misleading the American people.

Dec 01 11:32

French troops violently disrespect African populations during anti-occupation demonstrations

Paris has always had Africa as a route for its political and economic expansionism, advancing on the continent and making it part of its international sphere of influence. However, it is possible to see that the African people are increasingly indignant with the constant presence of French military personnel in the region, which has resulted in protests taking to the streets of African cities, clamoring for a change. Now, French forces are seeing such demonstrations as a real threat and treating the population in a violent and disrespectful way, with the sole intention of asserting power and demonstrating the strength of the Paris’ agenda.

Dec 01 11:31

Video: Some Swedes Are Getting Vaccine Passports On IMPLANTABLE MICROCHIPS

Footage out of Sweden shows people willingly having COVID vaccine passports placed onto implantable microchips in their hands.

Yes, really.

The chips started out as a convenience fad. Those with an implant can open doors without keys, pay without cash, carry gym memberships and ID without cards and wallets.

And so naturally, why not have their precious COVID vaccination status applied to the implantable chip too, so they can participate in society.

One of Sweden’s most popular daily newspapers, Aftonbladet, reports “Get your Covid certificate in a chip in your hand or elsewhere under the skin. It is increasingly popular to insert a chip into the body with different types of information and now you can also insert your Covid certificate in the chip.”

Dec 01 11:31

Austria's COVID-19 lockdown extended to Dec. 11

Austria's lockdown has officially been extended until Dec. 11 as planned amid signs that the measures are helping to bring down a sky-high coronavirus infection rate.

A parliamentary committee signed off Tuesday on the extension of the country's fourth national lockdown of the pandemic, which started on Nov. 22, the Austria Press Agency reported. That was necessary because some lockdown measures can only be ordered for 10 days at a time.

There is one significant change: essential shops that so far were allowed to open until 9 p.m. will have to close by 7 p.m. starting Thursday. And the rules now allow explicitly for the sale of Christmas trees.

Dec 01 11:30

Jussie Smollett reportedly held a 'dry run' ahead of staged hate crime — and it was caught on video

The Jussie Smollett trial is under way in Chicago this week, and things already don't appear to be going in the defendant's favor.

During opening arguments on Monday, special prosecutor Dan Webb claimed that the former "Empire" actor orchestrated the entire alleged hate crime incident, even going so far as to perform a "dry run" of the attack before it was carried out. Moreover, the practice session was reportedly caught on surveillance video, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Smollett — who is black and gay — made national headlines in 2019 after claiming to be the victim of a racist and homophobic attack carried out by two Nigerian brothers who supported then-President Donald Trump.

Dec 01 11:20


Dec 01 11:18

Russian Forces Are Growing...In Russia! Pentagon Awkwardly Downplays Ukraine Invasion Hype

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on Tuesday urged Western allies in NATO to act fast to "deter" Russian aggression aimed at the country's east, claiming that a Russian military assault could come "in the blink of an eye".

"What we are seeing is very serious. Russia has deployed a large military force in regions close to Ukraine's state border," he told reporters after weeks of widespread Western media assertions that at least 90,000 Russian troops are mustering near the border. "If Russia decides to undertake a military operation, things will happen in literally the blink of an eye," the foreign minister added.

Kuleba's numbers were even higher than common Western press estimates: "Moscow has massed 115,000 troops around Ukraine, on the Crimean peninsula," he was cited as saying. He also alleged tanks, military vehicles, and electronic warfare systems were also being positioned.

Dec 01 11:18

The Perfect Con Job

One of the most famous examples of smart people being sucked into a bubble and losing a packet as a result is Isaac Newton’s forays in and out of the 1720 South Sea Bubble that is estimated to have sucked in 80–90% of the entire pool of investors in England.

Some have claimed that Newton did not buy early in 1711, sell in April 1720 for a nice profit and then sink the majority of his substantial fortune in the bubble as it peaked in summer, then suffering heavy losses as the bubble popped in September, but evidence supports this chain of events.

Newton “bought the dip” on the way up and then added to his position as the mania rolled over, making his final fatal purchase as a “buy the dip” just before the “last chance to exit” spike — which is precisely the point the current bubble has finally reached, when everyone is all in and “buying the dip” to increase the profits that everyone agrees are essentially guaranteed because the Fed.

Not Even a Genius Can See a Bubble

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Then there was Tulip Mania!

Dec 01 11:17

NY Man Robs Woman At Knifepoint, Released Without Bail And Promptly Finds Another Female Victim

A man in New York City was arrested for allegedly robbing a woman at knifepoint in a Nov. 22 subway attack. Hours later he was released on bail by Judge James Clynes, a Democrat.

Prosecutors asked for Augustin Garcia to be held on a $15,000 bail after he was arrested for robbery last week, but he was released without bail and was arrested for theft just hours later. (NYPD)

After a good night's sleep in his own bed, 63-year-old Augustin Garcia stole an iPhone from another woman on the subway the next morning, according to Fox News.

He now faces charges of petty larceny, grand larceny, robbery, menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and criminal trespassing.

He allegedly stole a woman's purse on the afternoon of Nov. 22 and ran onto a train, then "displayed a knife and told her to stay back" when she pursued him, according to a criminal complaint.

Dec 01 11:16

Retailers Open Pop-Up Container Yards To Bypass Savannah Port Jams

Overflow lots set up by large retailers this month as temporary staging areas for imported containers have helped bring down congestion levels at the Port of Savannah, and Georgia officials expect further efficiency gains with this week’s opening of two more port-sponsored pop-up sites.

The Georgia Ports Authority, in partnership with the Norfolk Southern, will start accepting loaded containers on Monday at the freight railroad’s nearby Dillon Yard and later this week will begin routing shipping units to a general aviation airport in Statesboro, located about 60 miles west of Savannah, Chief Operating Officer Ed McCarthy told FreightWaves.

Dec 01 11:15

FDA Advisory Committee Narrowly Votes To Approve Merck's COVID 'Miracle Drug'

During a week that has seen a new COVID variant emerge and suddenly throw the efficacy of American vaccines and remedies into question, the FDA's outside advisors have only narrowly approved of Merck's molnupiravir, opening the door for the agency to approve the drug for use among high-risk patients only.

The Antimicrobial Drugs Advisory Committee, as the panel is known, voted 13 to 10 in support of the FDA approving the drug, which was first introduced to the public a couple of months ago with "blockbuster" experimental results from a very limited trial that, according to some critics, glossed over safety risks presented by the drug.

Dec 01 11:14

Vaccine Cult Exposed by Government’s Own Data: More than 50% of ALL Vaccine Adverse Reactions Reported for Past 30+ Years Have Occurred in Past 11 Months Following COVID-19 Shots

The latest data dump into the U.S. Government’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) happened late yesterday afternoon (11/29/21) and covers data through 11/19/21.

The VAERS database was mandated by Congress over 30 years ago, beginning in 1990, and is maintained by the U.S. CDC and FDA.

As of yesterday’s update, there are now a total of 1,765,262 cases of adverse events following all vaccines for the past 30+ years, including the experimental COVID-19 shots that have been issued emergency use authorization and are not yet approved by the FDA (source).

(Note: The FDA did approve one of the Pfizer shots, but the one they approved is not in circulation within the U.S. at this time.)

Of those 1,765,262 cases of adverse events following all vaccines for the past 30+ years, 913,268 of them (52%) have been reported during the past 11 months following COVID-19 shots

Dec 01 11:06

The Dystopian Future of the Trojan Horse of Vaccine Passports

We’re in the midst of a pandemic and the problems are piling up, from perpetual lockdowns and restrictions on personal freedoms to the dystopian introduction of the “seemingly benign” vaccine passport.

Most people today aren’t aware of the repercussions that this loss of freedoms are causing. In this video, the narrator talks about how vaccine passports and the universal adoption of them is nothing but a Trojan horse, a “fundamental inversion” of what real freedom is.

In the future, vaccine passports, in essence, will eliminate freedom as you know it and replace it with the passports’ “social credit” definition of your freedoms.

Dec 01 11:05

Roe v. Wade hangs in balance as reshaped court prepares to hear biggest abortion case in decades

When he ran for president in 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump promised to nominate Supreme Court justices who would vote to end the constitutional right to an abortion. During his four years in office, Trump placed three justices – Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, and Amy Coney Barrett – on the court, cementing a 6-3 conservative majority. With that majority in place, conservatives hope, and liberals fear, that the court will renounce nearly five decades of abortion jurisprudence and overturn the landmark rulings of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which is scheduled for oral argument on Wednesday, the justices have been asked to do just that.

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Dec 01 11:04

Suspect’s father recently bought gun used in Michigan school shooting, sheriff says

The handgun authorities believe a 15-year-old Michigan high school student used Tuesday to kill three classmates and seriously wound eight other people was purchased by the suspect's father days ago, the sheriff said.

Three students were killed, and seven other students and a teacher were shot at Oxford High School in a community north of Detroit around 1 p.m. Tuesday, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office said.

Three of the wounded students were in critical condition Tuesday night, officials said.

The suspect was taken into custody and was not injured. He is not speaking with investigators and his family has hired an attorney, Sheriff Michael Bouchard said at a news conference.

“The person that’s got the most insight of the motive is not talking,” Bouchard said. The sheriff called the violence an “unspeakable and unforgivable event.”

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Already photos of the victims are being published, but not the suspect.

Dec 01 11:03

Four injured after old WWII aircraft bomb explodes in Munich - police

Four people were injured when an old aircraft bomb exploded at a bridge near Munich's busy main train station on Wednesday, police said on Twitter, raising the number of wounded from three earlier.

The Munich fire brigade said one of the people was seriously injured.

More than 2,000 tonnes of live bombs and munitions are discovered each year in Germany, more than 70 years after the end of World War Two.

British and American warplanes pummelled the country with 1.5 million tonnes of bombs that killed 600,000 people. Officials estimate that 15% of the bombs failed to explode, some of which were buried six meters (20 feet) deep in the ground.

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War lingers on!

Dec 01 11:02

I deleted all my social media apps. This is what happened

Lots of people talk about deleting their social media accounts. I actually did it.

Deleting Facebook and Instagram made me social media app-less, aside from LinkedIn, which I don’t tend to doomscroll on anyway. I’d been considering the idea for months, and I’m honestly not sure what pushed me to do it.

I only intended to try it for a week to see how things went. But here we are, three weeks later, and I still haven’t re-installed either app—and don’t plan to. Here’s why.


For the first couple hours after I deleted the apps, I found myself in the land of muscle memory. I’d wake my phone, go to tap the place where the apps used to be, and see that they weren’t there. I’d remember why, set my phone down, and move on with my day.

I did this four times.

Dec 01 11:01

The Biggest ‘Oh No’ Moment in the Solar System

You know that feeling when you’re playing Jenga, and the blocks are stacked remarkably high, and then someone bumps the table? And as the tower wobbles, everyone just watches in wide-eyed panic, willing it to stabilize with a desperate, silent prayer: Please don’t fall, please don’t fall.

I can only assume that’s how it felt last month, when technicians were working on NASA’s new space telescope and a very important clamp suddenly unclamped, sending vibrations coursing through the entire instrument. Officials didn’t provide details about the mood in the room at that moment, but it must have been something along the lines of Oh no, oh no, oh no. This particular Jenga tower is a $10 billion telescope, and NASA has been playing the game for 25 years, carefully arranging piece after piece to produce one of the most sophisticated scientific instruments in human history.

Dec 01 11:00

YouTube Gold: A Great Show Is Just About To Erupt In The Heavens Above

Sometimes after a loss it’s nice to focus on something else so we thought for today’s YouTube Gold, let’s look up.

Like way up.

As it turns out, and quite soon too, you may be able to see a comet passing through.

This one is called Comet Leonard and it has a chance of being quite bright indeed. You can see a comet with the naked eye at an apparent magnitude of +6. Leonard is projected at an apparent magnitude of+4. And this video says that while it’s difficult to be sure how bright a comet will be, there’s a chance that Leonard could hit +1 which could be absolutely spectacular.

Dec 01 10:59

See 6 planets in the night sky this Christmas

Six planets of the Solar System are going to be visible in throughout December 2021, with a beautiful planetary parade occurring over the Christmas holidays.

This will be a great astronomical event for beginners, for young astronomers and children, as well as seasoned astronomers and astrophotographers who love a bit of planetary observing and imaging.

You can catch Jupiter, Saturn and Venus during the first week of December, but the best time to see the 6-planet parade will be from 28 December to 3 January, 30 minutes after sunset.

Dec 01 10:58

Pinatubo Volcano (Philippines): Large Phreatic Explosive Eruption Reported, Ash & Steam To 44,000 ft

Dec 01 10:58

A Society On The Brink Of Complete And Utter Chaos: America is literally in the process of coming apart at the seams

It is heartbreaking to watch the violence that is taking place on the streets of Minneapolis. I have quite a few relatives that live in the Twin Cities area, and I have been there many times. In the old days, it always felt so peaceful, but not anymore.

The tragic death of George Floyd has unleashed a massive wave of anger, and the riots have made headlines all over the globe. Originally, many had anticipated that Thursday night would not be as violent as Wednesday night was, but that was not a safe assumption to make. Around 10 o’clock, protesters stormed into the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct building and set it on fire…

Minneapolis is in the midst of a third night of unrest in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, with protesters taking over the police department’s 3rd Precinct building late Thursday night.

The break-in happened at about 10 p.m., with helicopter footage showing a large fire burning near the main entrance.

Dec 01 10:57

Hunter Biden abandons gun in trashcan near school. Media silent.

On October 2018, the Department of Defense became aware of an incident involving Biden Hunter abandoning a gun in a trash can near a school.

The incident was kept quiet by the media. This bombshell was dropped by Senator Grassley

Dec 01 10:57



Dec 01 10:52

The Investigators: ALEC - The Backroom Where Laws Are Born

This is a glimpse into the world of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a corporate-funded charity that pays for lawmaker trips to resorts where they leave with ready-to-pass bills. Neither ALEC nor the Georgia legislature would show us where the money comes from, or who it goes to.

Dec 01 10:51

Trump Has A List Of 'Beggars' For 2024 Running Mate

The last time Donald Trump picked a running mate, he made a popular choice in Mike Pence — a comparatively secure option with traditional Presidential ticket-balancing in mind.

However, as Trump gets ready for a possible 2024 bid to regain the White House, the nascent thinking at Mar-a-Lago circling his inherent vice president is considerably different. According to discussions with a dozen Trump advisers and close associates, the former President doesn’t feel restrained by geographic or ideological considerations — or any standard political practices at all.

Dec 01 10:51

Belarusian President Lukashenko Threatens To Halt Transit Of Energy Products From Russia

As if the energy sector needed any more volatility than it's already experiencing, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has thrown his hat in the ring by commenting this week that he could shut down transit of energy products if Poland closes its border with his country.

The border is currently turning into a point of contention between the European Union and Lukashenko. Thousands of migrants are stuck in the middle of the border and at least 11 have died, according to the Wall Street Journal. The migrants are seeking refuge and to move further into Europe. The EU has blamed Lukashenko for using the migrants as "pawns", while Lukashenko attests that something should be done about the humanitarian crisis.

Lukashenko has now escalated tensions over the crisis by indicating he is "serious" about halting energy products from Russia.

Dec 01 10:39

An Impolite Message To Those Who Got The Covid "Vaccine"

Wake up, you idiots! If you willingly got the genetic-modification treatment known as the COVID-19 “vaccine” (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, etc.), you were tricked into injecting a harmful, dangerous, unapproved, and often lethal product into your body. A wholly unnecessary product that does not protect you, does not provide immunity or prevent transmission of the virus—but does wreck your immune system, damages your organs, causes blood clots and internal inflammation, and renders you more susceptible to many diseases, including cancer.

Dec 01 10:39

Oklahoma Guard Paychecks Under Threat as Vaccine Battle with Pentagon Escalates

Oklahoma National Guard members who refuse mandatory COVID-19 vaccination will eventually lose pay because they won't be able to train or drill, the Pentagon said this week as its dispute with the state's governor continued to escalate.

Those individual troops will shoulder the repercussions -- not getting paid -- after Gov. Kevin Stitt and his state adjutant general challenged Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's order that all members of the active-duty, Guard and reserve force get the shot, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said on Monday.

But the governor's office shot back on Tuesday, questioning the Pentagon's ability to cut pay to individual service members. It was unclear how the federal pay for unvaccinated members could be flagged and withheld, and the Pentagon did not provide further details.

Dec 01 10:37

BREAKING NEWS: Judge Will Strike Down Nevada's Ghost Gun Ban on Constitutional Grounds