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You stand up to them and Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and yes America MUST do that to China! Frankly, I do not trust our current misfit administration to do that. I also do not trust Team Mumbles and Bumbles to to strengthen our military. Democrats simply do NOT value national strength, they have other priorities. So, America MUST change Congress next November, and reclaim the presidency with a STRONG president (Trump or DeSantis) in 2024 This video shows that Japan, at least, will defend Taiwan.
Since President Biden took office in January, federal courts across the country have ruled against his administration time and again, finding many of his policies violate the Constitution. The Biden legal defeats have extended nationwide, impacting a wide range of issues — most recently vaccine mandates.
On Tuesday, federal judges blocked the administration from enforcing two mandates requiring millions of Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
In one case, Judge Terry Doughty of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana issued a preliminary injunction halting the start of Biden’s national vaccine mandate for health care workers. The injunction temporarily blocks the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) from enforcing the order.
“There is no question that mandating a vaccine to 10.3 million health care workers is something that should be done by Congress, not a government agency,” Doughty wrote. “It is not clear that even an act of Congress mandating a vaccine would be constitutional.”
Doughty’s ruling applies nationwide except in 10 states, where CMS was already blocked from enforcing the mandate due to a separate order issued on Monday by a federal court in Missouri. The judge in St. Louis sided with the 10 states which joined a lawsuit against Biden’s requirement that all health workers in hospitals and nursing homes be fully vaccinated by Jan. 4.
In another adverse ruling, U.S. District Judge Gregory Van Tatenhove of the Eastern District of Kentucky blocked the administration from implementing its vaccine mandate for federal government contractors and subcontractors…
While questioning Joe Biden’s economic agenda–an agenda that needs to be questioned–Donalds brought up the fact that Joe Biden has never worked a real job in his entire life. Meaning, not one where he wasn’t mooching off of taxpayers. Democrat Rep. Nydia Velázquez freaked out and got all gavel-bangingy, claiming Donalds broke decorum by mentioning this true fact. The Republican congressman didn’t back down, and I hope his colleagues are taking notes.
A man who’s been identified as both a relative, close friend, and nephew of the deceased George Floyd was arrested sometime on Thursday for alleged intimidation of jurors assigned to Kyle Rittenhouse’s homicide trial, having previously threatened to publicly identify jurors and expose them to violence and harassment. Cortez Rice was reportedly arrested Monday in accordance with a warrant accusing him of communicating with jurors.
Leftist militants immediately proceeded to raise money for Rice’s bail.
It’s unclear at this time of Rice was arrested for the threats made in his video uploaded during the Rittenhouse trial, or subsequent jury intimidation following Rittenhouse’s acquittal. Considering Rice’s warrant alleged communication with jurors, it’s possible Rice either encouraged or communicated with jurors themselves subsequent to the trial.
“I ain’t even gonna name the people that I know that’s up in the Kenosha trial. But it’s cameras in there. It’s definitely cameras up in there. There’s definitely people taking pictures of the juries and everything like that,” “We know what’s going on, so we need the same results, man. We need the same results,” said Rice in the video.
Rice’s threats were followed by a jury intimidation attempt on the part of MSNBC, which tasked an operative to follow a jury bus and photograph the license plates of jurors assigned to the case…
The FDA’s excruciatingly slowrelease of data related to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine has already borne fruit, and it’s damning despite a trickle of just 500 pages per month out of 329,000 pages – which will take until 2076 to complete.
As first reported by Kyle Becker, there were a total of 42,086 case reports for adverse reactions (25,379 medically confirmed, 16,707 non-medically confirmed), spanning 158,893 total events.
More than 25,000 of the events were classified as “Nervous system disorders.”
Since the vaccine has been publicly administered, there have been over 913,000 reports of adverse events in the OpenVAERS global database.
And that’s just what’s been reported.
Meanwhile, Twitter has suspended the account of @iGNORANTCHiMP – who brought much of this to light, and corrected minor inaccuracies within his thread…
FDA Wants Until 2076 To Fully Release Pfizer Vaccine Data: Lawsuit – Zero Hedge
The FDA has asked a federal judge to make the public wait until the year 2076 to disclose all of the data and information it relied upon to license Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. That is not a typo. It wants 55 years to produce this information to the public.
With that promise in mind, in August and immediately following approval of the vaccine, more than 30 academics, professors, and scientists from this country’s most prestigious universities requested the data and information submitted to the FDA by Pfizer to license its COVID-19 vaccine.
The FDA’s response? It produced nothing. So, in September, my firm filed a lawsuit against the FDA on behalf of this group to demand this information. To date, almost three months after it licensed Pfizer’s vaccine, the FDA still has not released a single page. Not one.
Instead, two days ago, the FDA asked a federal judge to give it until 2076 to fully produce this information…
Happy Thursday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Always ask about pot pies and scorpions on a first date. I’ll explain later.
These are certainly intense and interesting times we are living in here in the old Republic. Yeah, they’re annoying and frustrating times too, but you have to admit that this won’t go down as a boring moment in history.
Abortion — that most contentious of all issues — is front and center in a way that it hasn’t been since the abominable Roe v Wade decision was handed down in early 1973. American lefties are melting down over the fact that their ability to kill babies in the womb with impunity might — heavy on the might — be restricted a bit. They’re so twisted they act as if the very survival of the species depends on the ability to commit infanticide.
They aren’t much for logic over in Prog Land.
We have, of course, seen melodrama belching forth from leftists before over virtually every attempt to merely rein in the insane abortion laws in the United States. This time, however, they probably have more cause for panic, as my HotAir colleague John Sexton pointed out.
We’ve heard for years that a right to abortion is somewhere in the Constitution. Justice Clarence Thomas pointedly asked where that right lives when he said, “I understand we’re talking about abortion here. But what is confusing is that if we were talking about the Second Amendment, I know exactly what we’re talking about. If we’re talking about the Fourth Amendment, I know what we’re talking about. Because it’s written in there. What specifically is the right here that we’re talking about?”
Much flailing ensued. Libs used to love to mock Thomas for not asking a lot of questions. No doubt they miss that guy now…
Michigan state representative Steve Carra (R-Three Rivers) has announced a plan to arm teachers after a school shooting in the city of Oxford resulted in four dead children on Tuesday.
“Today, I have announced a plan to allow faculty and staff to protect students and others from imminent and malicious harm by storing lawfully owned firearms or tasers in a secure lockbox on the premises,” Carra wrote in a Facebook post announcing his proposal.
“As usual, the victims’ bodies were still warm when the Democrats revived their expected and monotonous talking points in favor of gun-control legislation. Let me be clear, further restrictions on our Second Amendment liberties would not have stopped the Oxford shooter. Under Michigan law, schools are already deemed gun-free zones, and the perpetrator violated this law. Criminals, by definition, break the rules, and it is naive to assume that more restrictive prohibitions will transform rogue individuals into good citizens,” he continued.
“Situation such as Oxford and the shooting in Parkland, Florida have demonstrated that our schools and other similar sites are vulnerable to attack. Rather than criticizing assaults on what are essentially soft targets, we need to reinforce these facilities. School and state authorities must be properly prepared if, God forbid, another violent attacker targets students at a school. Teachers and staff care for their students’ safety, and some of these professionals are willing to use their guns or tasers if a tragic need for school defense arises,” Carra added…
The Stirling County rugby football club released a statement on Tuesday four days after Cattigan’s death.
It’s with a heavy heart we pass on the news of the tragic passing of Siobhan (Shibby) on Friday 26th November.
Shibby has been a big part of County for many years and will be hugely missed by everyone at the club. She was central to the development of women’s rugby within the club & an inspiration to the girls in the youth section.
Shibby was a teammate & friend & we deeply mourn her loss. Our love, thoughts & heartfelt condolences are with Shibby’s family at this devastating time. We very much hope their privacy will be respected by everyone as they deal with their tragic loss.
Her cause of death was not yet revealed. Speculations have been circulating on social media platforms that the vaccine has something to do with her death. The Telegraph made a report saying it was not related to COVID-19 or the vaccine. Scotland police have not been aware of her passing, suggesting it is non-suspicious, according to Daily Mail.
The Rugby world is mourning and tributes have been paid following Cattigan’s sudden death.
Over the past few months, dozens of athletes – particularly soccer players – have abruptly collapsed while competing, because somehow they have all developed serious heart conditions despite their young age and peak physical health…