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Reports of Covid-19 shot-related health problems, which were collected and kept hidden by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for several years, have now been published and reveal serious immune and brain dysfunction symptoms, include heart inflammation and death. Information on about 780,000 reports of adverse events following Covid shots were gathered and stored in the CDC’s special V-safe monitoring system that enabled Covid shot recipients to report adverse events via a cell phone text message.

V-safe is a smart-phone based surveillance system that allows users to access web-based surveys monitoring Covid shot adverse events and report reaction symptoms via a text message to federal health officials.

In the weeks after getting a Covid shot, V-safe users receive daily text messages asking about their health status. The messages contain a link to V-safe that allows users to answer follow-up questions including a checkbox of 12 symptoms, as well as enter a description of adverse events in a text message of not more than 250 characters.

According to a Jan. 13, 2024 article in The Epoch Times, CDC officials have collected approximately 7.8 million text responses from Covid shot recipients through V-safe. 

Previously, the CDC denied the public access to the V-safe reports and instead reported studies alleging that the data collected showed the shot was safe.

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According to a newly unsealed defense motion related to search warrants against Walt Nauta, a lawyer with an attorney-client privilege relationship with President Trump proposed to act as an undercover informant in Special Counsel Jack Smith’s classified documents case.

Recall that Walt Nauta, a former White House employee and Navy veteran who worked valet for Trump and served as a personal staffer at Mar-a-Lago was indicted along with Trump last year.

According to the motion filed earlier this month, a lawyer for Trump was enlisted to act as an undercover informant/source in Jack Smith’s classified documents case.

“The affiants hid information about [redacted] who were acting as political enemies of President Trump, including one attorney who had an attorney-client privilege relationship with President Trump and then proposed to act in an undercover parallel role to [redacted].

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Snopes has reversed their previous "fact-check" which claimed that a diary purported to have been written by the president's daughter Ashley Biden was a unproven to be authentic, indicating it was a fake. In a letter provided by Ashley Biden to a court during sentencing of those convicted for having stolen the diary, Biden herself confirmed the diary's authenticity.

The diary, which resulted in scrutiny of President Joe Biden over a quote in the book that alleged he had taken "inappropriate" showers with his daughter, was found to have been stolen by two individuals and sold to Project Veritas, an investigative journalism outlet which declined to publish its contents.

The letter confirming veracity was written by the young Biden to Judge Laura Taylor Swain during the sentencing hearing for Aimee Harris, who was convicted in the diary theft and distribution. The fact-check organization Snopes, which previously cast doubts on the diary's authenticity, stated the diary is authentic following that letter.

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A federal judge in Wisconsin has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to remove the witness requirement on absentee ballots.

The lawsuit, filed by the law firm of Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias, sought to cancel the witness requirement for voters who cast absentee ballots on the grounds that it violated the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and Civil Rights Act of 1964.

In a scathing ruling, U.S. District Judge James Peterson said that the “demand simply does not make any sense.”

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The end of Volodymyr Zelensky's five year term as president of Ukraine is set to end by the close of May, at least according to what was stipulated upon his getting elected, however, the government has made it clear there will be no new election.

Officials have cited martial law due to the Russian invasion to say that after his five-year term ends on May 21, there won't be a new election until after martial law and wartime regulations are lifted.

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Ukraine's Minister of Justice, Denys Malyuska, confirmed this in a fresh weekend interview with BBC News Ukraine. "The president's powers endure until the election of his successor. However, certain provisions of the Constitution are open to interpretation, inviting speculation or conspiracy theories," Malyuska said when asked about ongoing speculation over what happens after May 21st.

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Even for those of us who have long been critics of the “hush money” case against Donald Trump and its dubious legal theory, it has been surprising to see that the prosecutors had no more evidence than we previously knew about.

The assumption was that no rational prosecutor would base a major criminal case almost entirely on the testimony of Michael Cohen, who was recently denounced by a judge as a serial perjurer peddling “perverse” theories in court.

The calculus of Alvin Bragg is now obvious. He is counting on the jury convicting Trump regardless of the evidence.

Which is also why Bragg likely fears that the judge, not the jury, will decide the case. After the government closes its evidence this week, the defense will move for a direct verdict by the judge on the basis that the evidence is insufficient to sustain a conviction.

Many of us agree with that assessment. After three weeks of testimony, there is still confusion on what crime Trump allegedly committed.

Bragg has vaguely referred to the labeling of payments to Stormy Daniels as “legal expenses” as a fraud committed to steal the election.

However, the election was over when those denotations were made. Moreover, many believe that such a characterization for payments related to a nondisclosure agreement is accurate. (Hillary Clinton’s campaign claimed in the same election that hiding the funding for the Steele dossier as legal expenses was perfectly accurate.)

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In one of the greatest legal thrillers in film history, “Witness for the Prosecution” (1957), the intrepid defense attorney confronts in court the prosecution’s star witness with her many lies.

Played by the legendary actor Charles Laughton, the renowned barrister utters two famous sentences that have been recited by real defense attorneys ever since: “The question is…were you lying then or are you lying now? Are you not a chronic and habitual liar!”

It is indisputable that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s star witness, Michael Cohen, is an incurable and prodigious liar. It may take a full day in the courtroom just to read aloud his endless falsehoods and fabrications.

So, don’t be surprised if the insufferable Cohen is bedeviled with Laughton’s exact same words when he is cross-examined this week by lawyers for former President Donald Trump.

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Citizen journalist Joe Rossi showed up at the Georgia State Capitol yesterday for the State Election Board meeting to announce that America’s corrupt voting system had finally been caught beyond a shadow of a doubt.


It’s now been proven that Fulton County’s hand audit and the certified machine count are both in violation of Georgia’s election law.

That’s right: Georgia’s State Election Board has been forced to admit in writing that Fulton County cheated.

That’s not all.

Garland Favorito delivered the death-blow to America’s electronic voting systems by exposing the fact that Georgia’s election officials were too stupid to understand the systems that they maintain.

Yes, that happened too.

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Bankruptcies are hitting average American families, and U.S. businesses really hard in 2024, according to data from the U.S. Courts. Higher consumer prices are making Americans take on massive loads of debt just to get by, while businesses are being impacted by decreased sales and falling profits at a time costs continue to climb. The credit crisis is now reaching levels last seen during the Great Recession, with big banks tightening their lending standards to prevent further losses and more failures in the months ahead.

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