by January 11, 2022
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Twitter has suspended @ExposeFauci, an account set up by Project Veritas to promote the organization's most recent bombshell, the release of documents revealing US government involvement in gain of function research on bat-borne coronaviruses in China. In February 2021, Project Veritas' main Twitter account was banned. Twitter claimed that the journalistic organization's attempts to interview Facebook VP Guy Rosen at his home violated the platform's "posting private information" policies. Twit...
by January 12, 2022
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An obituary for a Minnesota manufacturing worker blamed his death on Joe Biden's vaccine mandates and the experimental Covid jab. Derek Andrew McIntosh, 41, died unexpectedly last week from blood clots caused by a Covid-19 vaccination, according to an obituary posted online last week. The jab was clearly mandated by McIntosh's workplace. "Derek Andrew McIntosh died unexpectedly in the early morning hours of January 4th, 2022, due to complications from blood clots sending him into cardiac arre...
by January 10, 2022
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For no apparent reason, America First broadcaster Nick Fuentes has been banned from GETTR, the platform run by former Trump advisor Jason Miller. At the end of last month, Fuentes, the host of the popular nightly show "America First," was first barred from GETTR, an ostensibly free speech alternative to Twitter. Earlier this week, The Blaze's Elijah Schaffer contacted GETTR, who Schaffer claims told him Fuentes had broken their terms of service, but did not specify which posts constituted the ...
by January 9, 2022
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Mayor Eric Adams (D) endorsed legislation by the city council on Sunday that will automatically become law, allowing up to one million noncitizens residing in New York City to vote. As previously reported in November, Adams has always been in favor of the move. "I think that New Yorkers should have a voice in their government," Adams stated in a statement obtained by the New York Post on Saturday. "While I had some reservations about one part of the law at first, I had a fruitful conversation...
by December 19, 2021
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Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin said Sunday he cannot back his party’s signature $2 trillion social and environment bill, seemingly dealing a fatal blow to President Joe Biden’s leading domestic initiative heading into an election year when Democrats’ narrow hold on Congress was already in peril. Manchin told “Fox News Sunday” that he always has made clear he had reservations about the bill and that now, after five-and-half months of discussions and negotiations, “I cannot vote to continue with thi...
by January 11, 2022
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Joe Biden has finally thrown his support behind Democratic efforts to change Senate rules in order to ram through their "election reform" bill without the support of Republicans ahead of the midterm elections. "I'm making it clear today. To protect our democracy, I support changing the Senate rules in whatever way is necessary to prevent a minority of senators from blocking voting rights action!" On Tuesday, Biden told a small crowd in Atlanta. "We have no choice but to change the Senate rules...
by November 19, 2021
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KENOSHA, Wisconsin—The jury acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse on all counts on Friday. Jurors  reached the verdict just past 12:10 p.m. local time and the foreman read it aloud in the Kenosha County Courthouse shortly thereafter. Rittenhouse, 18, sat quietly before the verdict was read. Afterwards, he started shaking and breathing heavily. He hugged his lawyer. “You were a wonderful jury to work with,” Kenosha County Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder told jurors. Schroeder also told the court not to re...
by December 19, 2021
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People in Sweden have started getting implanted with microchips that contain their COVID-19 passports, according to Newsweek. The chip, developed by Epicenter, can store a covid passport under the skin. "Implants are very versatile technology that can be used for many different things, and right now it is very convenient to have Covid passport always accessible on your implant," Epicenter's chief disruption officer Hannes Sjöblad told Ruptly. "In case your phone runs out of battery," Sjöblad ...
by January 11, 2022
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In a notice issued Monday evening, local Communist Party authorities in Anyang, China, ordered all of the city's 5.5 million residents to observe strict stay-at-home orders after health officials detected an increase in Anyang's Chinese coronavirus caseload, Xinhua reported on Tuesday. According to Xinhua, China's official state-run news agency, Anyang's municipal government "issued orders banning all vehicles from roads and requiring all residents to stay put while an epidemiological investiga...
by December 19, 2021
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Unspecified new measures could be taken by Russia to ensure its security if the United States and its allies continue to take provocative action and ignore Moscow's demand for guarantees precluding NATO's expansion to Ukraine, a senior diplomat said Saturday. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov accused Western allies of continuously pushing the envelope in relations with Russia, and warned that Moscow could also up the ante if the West doesn't treat its demands seriously. Ryabkov's statemen...