There have been emerging concerns of myocarditis with Covid-19 vaccines recently which could be from inflammatory or immunogenic response to vaccine components or something else which is yet to be understood. The most common side effects of the vaccine noted in phase three trials were local reactions and few self-remitting systemic reactions. But we cannot overlook the emerging cardiac manifestations associated with COVID-19 vaccine. Here, we report a young healthy male presenting with atypical chest pain found with troponinemia most likely from myopericarditis, three days after his second dose of Pfizer-BNT162b2 vaccine. He was placed on telemetry monitoring and was treated with Aspirin 81 mg, Colchicine 0.6 mg and Ibuprofen. Given his normal body mass index (BMI), renal function, lipids, d-Dimer, transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE), computed tomography angiography (CTA) chest and non-specific findings in electrocardiogram (EKG), and the close temporal relationship of an inflammatory response to his second COVID-19 vaccination dose, we suspect that his cardiac pathology was a result of his response to vaccination and not to underlying atherosclerotic or embolic disease.
The Biden administration released some 180 million barrels of oil from America’s emergency stockpile ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, ostensibly to try to get a grip on the skyrocketing price of gas at the pump, with the reserve subsequently tumbling to its lowest levels since 1983.
Tasked with the purchase of three million barrels of sour crude oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in February, the US Department of Energy has reportedly rejected multiple offers from producers, hoping to get a better deal.
Informed sources told US business media that the offers the DoE has received so far have been turned down due to prices being deemed too high, and for failing to meet other requirements, which were not outlined in any detail.
The failure to get a deal means the purchase will be put off until an unspecified later date, the Energy Department has confirmed in a statement.
The U.S. Capitol Police arrested Micki Witthoeft, mother of Ashli Babbitt, on Capitol grounds on the two-year anniversary of the Capitol Hill Riot.
Babbitt is the only person killed during the riot.
Lt. Michael Byrd fatally shot the unarmed Babbitt when she tried to force her way into the Capitol Building.
The police claimed Witthoeft committed traffic violations:
The January 6 committee posted many records online but didn’t pay close enough attention.
The records included 2,000 Social Security numbers belonging to members of President Donald Trump’s cabinet, visitors to the White House, Republicans, and even their family members:
While the spreadsheet with the numbers was taken down Wednesday, the high-profile nature of the people whose data was exposed probably puts them at an “elevated risk” because the information would be especially useful to intelligence agencies, said James Lee, chief operating officer of the Identity Theft Resource Center, a nonprofit organization that advises victims of identity crimes and compromises.
Lee recommended that people listed follow common tips for victims of identity crimes, including freezing their credit, using a multi-factor authentication app for their online accounts and setting up credit and account monitoring.
Exposed individuals don’t appear to have been notified about the leak. The Government Publishing Office (GPO), which originally published the file, did not respond to a request for comment on whether it planned to notify people whose Social Security numbers were exposed.
Kevin McCarthy's popularity remains in the headlines each day that Congress pushes back on his bid to become speaker of the House.
Although McCarthy's rise to the top job in the House has been so far thwarted, there has been a consistent band of supporters behind him despite the drama.
However, claims on social media suggest that—in contrast to the relatively few fellow Republican members disapproving of him—the GOP's actual voter base is far less enamored with the party leader.
On Monday, ICAN obtained confirmation of disturbing information about Oxford-AstraZeneca’s covid “vaccine” from the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products (“MHRA”).
Informed Consent Action Network (“ICAN”), through its attorneys, submitted a Freedom of Information request to the MHRA in April 2022 seeking information relating to its authorisation of the AstraZeneca, as well as Janssen, Moderna, and Pfizer covid “vaccines.” After MHRA initially denying the request and ICAN resubmitting a request with a narrower scope, MHRA finally provided 166 pages of records containing the studies MHRA relied on to authorise AstraZeneca’s covid injection for use en mass.
One of these records was a study on mice which investigated the biodistribution of the AstraZeneca “vaccine.” It revealed that the viral vector DNA did not remain localised in the injection site but instead migrated to other organs. Disturbingly, the study found vector DNA in the sciatic nerves, bone marrow, livers, lungs, and spleens of the mice following vaccination.
Additionally, in its Marketing Authorisation Application, AstraZeneca stated that because vulnerable populations – such as pregnant and lactating women and immunocompromised persons – were excluded from the studies, the safety of the vaccine in these groups was unknown.
Journalist Whitney Webb joins us to breakdown the stunning SBF "not guilty" plea and Epstein prosecutor losing her job after filing suit against JP Morgan Chase. The deep state mafia scored two important wins to silence information and keep names out of the public.
After a dramatic 14th vote which saw Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) Kevin McCarthy's 14th bid for House Speaker, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has finally won - ending a dramatic impasse.
Ex-Trump advisor and well-known foreign policy ultra-hawk John Bolton is teasing the possibility that he'll run for the White House in 2024.
He said in a "Good Morning Britain" interview which aired Friday that "I wouldn’t run as a vanity candidate. If I didn’t think I could run seriously then I wouldn’t get in the race." And then he said, "I would get in to win the nomination and I would do it primarily on the basis that we need a much stronger foreign policy."
After days of negotiations, Rep. Kevin McCarthy is considering cutting the Pentagon budget by $75 billion in order to gain the support of roughly two dozen Republicans who have opposed his bid to become speaker of the House, according to Bloomberg.
The cut is reportedly part of an “emerging deal” that would cap government spending at 2022 levels, meaning that it would return defense spending to $782 billion — a sharp drop from this year’s allotment of $857 billion.
According to Andrew Lautz, Director of Federal Policy at National Taxpayers Union and regular RS contributor, this could end up being a bigger cut than people think.