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Newly released data shows soil in the Ohio town of East Palestine – scene of a recent catastrophic train crash and chemical spill – contains dioxin levels hundreds of times greater than the exposure threshold above which Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scientists in 2010 found poses cancer risks.
The EPA at the time proposed lowering the cleanup threshold to reflect the science around the highly toxic chemical, but the Obama administration killed the rules, and the higher federal action threshold remains in place.
Though the dioxin levels in East Palestine are below the federal action threshold and an EPA administrator last week told Congress the levels were “very low”, chemical experts, including former EPA officials, who reviewed the data for the Guardian called them “concerning”.
Rioters threatened the home of French president Emmanuel Macron after he bypassed parliament to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64.
Thousands took to the streets across France last night to express their fury at the move, setting fires to property and fighting the police.
The demonstrations in Paris, Lyon, Marseille and Nantes were triggered by Macron's government using a controversial constitutional mechanism to crash a bill through the National Assembly.
There is a strong signal that irregularities happened intentionally to change the results of the latest AZ election between Republican Kari Lake and Democrat Katie Hobbs. On Friday morning, one top pollster reported to Steve Bannon on the War Room that he feels very confident, based on new polling, that Lake won her race by a massive lead of 8 points.
“We asked questions about who did you vote for in the most recent midterm elections, and we asked about Governor, Secretary of State Attorney General government,” Mark Mitchell of Rasmussen, told Bannon about the way the polling happened, adding:
“We used our standard method, and we used very uncontroversial weightings. They’re slightly more favorable to Democrats by two points than the Edison numbers that came out, which is what everybody uses, you know, the gold standard in the industry for exit polling. And so we found that just four months ago, the people of AZ elected Kari Lake as governor of Arizona by eight points.”
“That is a landslide,” Bannon replied, inviting Kari Lake into the conversation. “We thank whoever sponsored this poll.”
‘My thoughts are that the red wave did happen, and this poll verifies that point. And it shows that people understand that elections are corrupt and people care about these issues. For example, 50% believe that 2020 elections were rigged, and 55% believe that 2022 was rigged,” Lake told Bannon when she joined in on the segment.
• “There is evidence that suggests patients who receive a COVID-19 vaccine are at an increased risk of myocarditis.”
• “Onset was typically within several days after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (from Pfizer or Moderna), and cases have occurred more often after the second dose than the first dose.” [PAGE 19]
• “The reasons for male predominance in myocarditis and pericarditis incidence post COVID-19 vaccination remain unknown.” [PAGE 28]
• “The pattern of cases conform, as per the label, to a pattern of myocarditis cases occurring in majority of young males below 29 years of age within the first two weeks postvaccination...” [PAGE 19]
• “Since April 2021, increased cases of myocarditis and pericarditis have been reported in the United States after mRNA COVID-19 vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna), particularly in adolescents and young adults (CDC 2021).” [PAGE 18]
• “Myocarditis events were defined as encounters with a billing or encounter diagnosis consistent with an ICD10-CM or SNOMED CT code for myocarditis which fell within two weeks of receiving dose 1, 2, or 3 of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.”
• “Incidence rates of myocarditis were measured for each vaccine dose with denominator signifying the total number of patients receiving that dose and numerator signifying the total number of patients meeting the above criteria for an encounter for myocarditis following that dose.”
The massive success of communist China’s research and development (R&D) programs over the years would not have been possible without constant funding from Tony Fauci when he headed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), new evidence shows.
Fauci sent lots of American taxpayer dollars overseas to the Chinese to pick apart viruses and perform other dangerous experiments that many believe ultimately led to the creation and unleashing of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) – which makes Fauci directly complicit in causing the “pandemic.”
One such recipient of cash from Fauci is Lishan Su, a graduate from Shandong University in China who now works as a professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Su has been in the United States for more than 30 years, according to his publication record, having maintained active research collaborations with scientists in China, including several with direct links to the Communist Chinese Party’s (CCP) People’s Liberation Army (PLA).
Over the course of all these years, Su received more than $5 million in research grant money from Fauci, which he used, in part, to produce the 2021 U.S. patent US11136399B2. This patent belongs not to the University of Maryland where Su works, but rather to the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing.
“Lishan Su is an inventor for that patent and his address is shown as the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, not the University of Maryland,” wrote Dr. Lawrence Sellin, PhD, in a bombshell piece about Fauci’s treasonous funding of secretive R&D programs in communist China.
Earlier today we said that with Wall Street freaking out over the latest bank crisis, everyone's attention would be focused on today's weekly H.4.1 update from the Fed. And they weren't disappointed because what we found was striking.
In the week ended March 15, borrowings under the Fed's deeply stigmatizing last-ditch liquidity facility, the Discount Window, exploded to $152.85BN, a record $148BN weekly jump to an all-time high which surpassed even the borrowings during the financial crisis!
Eric and Jillian Wuestenberg, a white couple who were charged with felonious assault for pulling a gun on a black mother and daughter who allegedly attacked their car in the summer of 2020, had all charges against them dismissed after their alleged "victims" failed to show up in court.
I suspect they feared they'd be charged themselves as they threatened "I will beat your white ass" on video and appeared to have attacked the Wuestenbergs' car and refused to let them leave.
Around 50,000 people took part in a national demonstration of striking workers in London on Wednesday.
School, university, and London Underground workers, plus junior doctors, assembled in Hyde Park before marching to Trafalgar Square. Government workers staged their own demonstration, gathering at Embankment before joining the main rally.
More protests were held in the UK’s other main cities, with well-attended picket lines mounted across the country.
Over 400,000 workers were on strike, among them 200,000 teachers in the National Education Union (NEU) demanding an improved pay rise over the government’s insulting 5 percent pay deal imposed last year—fully funded, not taken out of already overstretched school budgets. They are also fighting for an education system not blighted by chronic understaffing, overwork and plummeting teacher retention.
Lawrence Paul Anderson, 44, had only been out of prison for one month at the time of the murders. He was serving a 20-year prison sentence for drug crimes when Governor Kevin Stitt commuted his sentence at the recommendation of the Pardon and Parole Board.
Anderson’s murder spree began when he -broke into the home of Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41, and fatally stabbed her and took her heart.
Anderson then took the heart to the home of his aunt and uncle, Leon Pye and Delsie Pye. The Pyes’ four-year-old grandchild Kaeos Yates was also at the home.
The convicted criminal went to the kitchen and cooked Blankenship’s heart and attempted to feed it to his relatives.
The San Francisco Board of Advisors has voted to accept a draft plan to give African American residents reparations.
The limit for reparations is reportedly $5 million per person.
Board members are optimistic about the plan to accept the draft, but that doesn’t mean they will approve it. They can also reject or change it when the reparations committee submits it. The final proposal is due in June, and the board is scheduled to meet again regarding the draft in September.
The law, which is called the “Right-To-Work” law, was enacted in 2012 when Republicans had control in Michigan.
It ensured that non-union members at a workplace did not have to pay union dues, even if the union negotiated on their behalf. This makes sense because they are not part of the union. However, Democrats are seeking to change that.
Immigration reform advocates are suing the Washington, D.C., government over a law that went into effect on Tuesday that allows illegal immigrants and foreigners to vote in city elections, arguing the policy is a "direct attack on American self-government" that would let Russian and Chinese diplomats cast ballots.
The Immigration Reform Law Institute said the bill designed to give non-citizen residents a voice in local politics "automatically dilutes the votes of U.S. citizens on a massive scale." Its lawsuit, filed on behalf of a former Republican mayoral candidate, argues that the bill violates the "fundamental constitutional right to vote of the plaintiffs" while denying them "equal protection of the law."
"This law doesn’t just give foreign citizens a voice in our country’s affairs, it gives them voting power that politicians inevitably will have to respond to," said Christopher Hajec, IRLI’s director of litigation. "That transfer of power flies in the face of the clear right of the American people to govern themselves."
Researchers are raising the alarm after a bombshell new study revealed that American teens and young children are dying at the highest levels seen in decades.
The study’s findings were published this week in the world-renowned Journal of the American Medical Association.
The researchers found that the mortality rate for minors aged 1 through 19 soared by almost 20% between 2020 and 2022.
As the study notes, this alarming spike cannot be ascribed to the COVID-19 virus.
As Slay News has been reporting, America and other nations around the world have seen sudden death rates skyrocket for all ages over the last couple of years.
Lawmakers in Japan have just revealed that the country is now suffering the highest number of excess deaths since World War 2.
Last summer, a data study found that the average life expectancy in America had dropped significantly for the second year in a row.
“There’s no lessons here,” Lt. Watkins said, “there’s nothing to this, it’s just pure sadistic brutality on the part of the suspect.”
In the meantime, Lewis, who is grieving the unexpected loss of his friend, has a message for Patterson’s family:
“I just want them to know how sorry that we really are that this happened, and I hope, I hope you can get through this.”
According to the police arrest report, Trejo admitted to assaulting the victim with an axe. He will be arraigned on first degree murder charges on October 24th.
According to the Tulsa County District Attorney’s Office, Trejo has a hold from ICE.
Lt. Watkins said his immigration status will have no bearing on their investigation, however.
Democrat President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) were among several high-profile politicians who took cash from Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) affiliates before the financial institution dramatically collapsed last week.
Political action committees and individuals associated with the now-defunct SVB have donated extensively to leading politicians.
Silicon Valley Bank was one of the largest financial institutions in the United States when it collapsed last week.
It imploded on Friday as depositors rushed to withdraw their funds.