Saturday, January 15, 2022

Marc Elias and the insurrection of the Trump Russia hoax.

Federal Court Won’t Back Down After Sanctioning Russia Hoax Lawyer Marc Elias For Deceiving Judges

How will the Progs explain this? Censored?

Nearly 4-in-10 Illegal Aliens Refusing Coronavirus Vaccine as Americans Hit with Mandates


While millions of American citizens are being hit with mandates to obtain one of three approved vaccines for the Chinese coronavirus, new data reveals that thousands of illegal aliens are refusing the vaccine.

This week, while striking down President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for every large business in the nation, the United States Supreme Court upheld a mandate that will require 17 million American healthcare workers to obtain the vaccine or risk firing.

Filibuster hypocrisy so flagrant it's jaw dropping.


Senate Democrats on Thursday defeated an attempted by Republicans to impose sanctions on businesses tied to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which will carry natural gas from Russia to the German coast. They invoked a tool "overwhelmingly used by racists" to do so, according to academics.  

The Senate voted 55-44 on legislation introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) that would have ended the pipeline project, which is supported by Russian President Vladimir Putin and opposed by American allies in Ukraine. The Ukrainian government has called the pipeline "an existential treat to our security," as Russia has amassed tens of thousands of troops on its border with Ukraine and is believed to be preparing to invade. The pipeline would allow Russia to directly export natural gas to Western Europe, allowing energy to flow uninterrupted in the event of war.

His sanctions bill had majority support. Democratic Sens. Tammy Baldwin (Wisc.), Catherine Cortez Masto (Nev.), Maggie Hassan (N.H.), Mark Kelly (Ariz.), Jacky Rosen (Nev.), and Raphael Warnock (Ga.), along with almost every Republican — Sen. Rand Paul (R-K.y.) being the lone GOP “no” vote — voted in support of Cruz’s bill. But a majority in the United States Senate is not enough to pass bills, thanks to what former President Barack Obama has called a "Jim Crow relic." 

Yes indeed, Senate Democrats invoked the legislative filibuster to block Cruz's bill from passing. Their use of a filibuster created a 60-vote threshold to pass the Nord Stream 2 sanctions, and the bipartisan majority of senators came up five votes short of passing the bill. 

The Biden White House opposed the sanctions bill, arguing it would hurt U.S. relations with Germany. The president's team lobbied lawmakers to withhold support from the bill, setting up meetings to brief senators on Ukraine, The Hill reports

Cruz has for months argued that sanctions are needed to prevent the pipeline from becoming operational and to deter Russian aggression. 

“The eyes of history are upon us today. Each of us will be faced with a momentous question: Can we put petty differences aside and can we come together to defend our friend and our ally Ukraine against imminent Russian aggression?” Cruz asked on the Senate floor ahead of the vote. 

But Democrats used the filibuster to block the sanctions from passing. 

Some may call this action by Democrats to stop Cruz's bill flagrantly hypocritical. After all, President Joe Biden as recently as Tuesday called on the Senate to eliminate the filibuster, claiming it has been "weaponized and abused" by Republicans to obstruct his agenda. 

But others might say Democrats are being consistent, as in the past Democrats such as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) have defended the filibuster as "an important check and balance" that must be "preserved, not vaporized." Biden, once a senator himself, said the filibuster is "about compromise and moderation" in a 2005 speech he described as "one of the most important speeches for historical purposes that I will have given in the 32 years since I have been in the Senate." 

Either way, Senate observers would do well to remember that the Democrats in charge are still politicians — they will use what tools they have to exercise power when it favors them and throw a temper tantrum when the other side does the same thing. This episode with the Nord Stream 2 sanctions bill is case in point. 

Tyranny is the first thing on the mind of a Progressive


It's hard to wrap your hear around comments by leftist Jews who diminish the Holocaust for political gain...shame on her!


Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, a Democrat who has her sights set on the governorship, has drawn a comparison between Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and Adolf Hitler.

During an interview with The Florida Roundup, Fried claimed that the governor is "doing everything possible to take away power from local governments, taking away people's abilities to protest, making it harder to vote, talking about ... banning books." She then added, "That's what dictators do."

She claimed that rather than seeking to "govern with the people," DeSantis is seeking to "govern over the people."

While Fried acknowledged that she does not believe the situation will reach the "extent" of the Nazi leader's power, she said that, "the rise of his power and what he did to scapegoat certain parts," particularly "the Jewish community ... and how he utilized ... going after the media ... taking over the military — that's what this governor is doing."

Friday, January 14, 2022

More on the Bronx deadly fire

Horrific conditions identified in apartments before deadly Bronx fire

Nancy Pelosi's son version of Hunter Biden

EXCLUSIVE: Nancy Pelosi's son Paul was involved in FIVE companies probed by the feds as shocking paper trail connects him to a slew of fraudsters and convicted criminals

  • A shocking paper trail shows Nancy Pelosi's son, Paul Pelosi Jr.'s connections to a host of fraudsters, rule-breakers and convicted criminals
  • A investigation can reveal that Paul, 52, was involved in five companies probed by federal agencies before, during or after his time there
  • He joined the board of a biofuel company after it defrauded investors, according to an SEC ruling, and whose CEO was convicted after bribing Georgia officials
  • Paul was president of an environmental investment firm that turned out to be a front for two convicted fraudsters, documents reveal 
  • He served as vice president of a company previously embroiled in an investigation of scam calls that targeted senior citizens
  • A medical company Pelosi Jr. worked for was accused of testing drugs on people without FDA authorization, can reveal 
  • A source close to a firm Nancy's son worked for told that Pelosi Jr. received $2.8 million of shares allegedly issued as part of a massive $164 million fraud in July 2016 

Not good news from Ukraine

  • Kyiv says around 70 government sites hit by cyberattack
  • U.S. official: concerned Russia laying ground for invasion
  • Kremlin dismisses reports that Russia preparing 'provocation'
  • Moscow says it may take military action unless demands met
  • NATO says it will sign cyber cooperation pact with Kyiv

The fight for a color blind society goes on.

Minnesota removes race as factor in rationing COVID-19 antibody treatment

New guidance for distributing scarce treatments came just as a conservative group challenged old rules. 

Anti white murderer's excuse he was high. I'm sure that explains it to the dead and disfigured.

Waukesha parade suspect to stand trial for murder

Why has the media ignored this racist incident?

Who was Ray Epps working for and why was he inciting the surrounding mob? It's clearly on video.

EXCLUSIVE: Ray Epps’s Attorney Responds to Claims His Client Is an FBI Informant

January 12, 2022 Updated: January 12, 2022

Democrats continued assault on voter integrity

Democrats Block Plan to Remove Foreign Nationals from Voter Rolls

Why has the federal government taken over the supply of monoclonal antibodies?

Government Control Led to Lack of Monoclonal Antibodies, Says Medical Supplies CEO 

By Tammy Hung 
January 13, 2022 Updated: January 13, 2022

The head of a medical supplies company involved in the distribution and supply of monoclonal antibodies across southeastern and northeastern regions of the nation, told NTD in a Jan. 12 interview that government takeover of the monoclonal antibody supply chain has exacerbated backlogs and shortages.

“The way the products are being distributed right now, relying on the government to determine who gets what, that process can be very lengthy in terms of time,” Dealmed CEO Michael Einhorn said.

As a result, physicians are reporting “surpluses in certain areas, not enough in other areas” which has fueled frustrations when critical patients are not receiving antibodies for COVID-19 infections.

While it’s unclear how the monoclonal antibodies are being rationed among states, Einhorn said that “commercialization” of these products should be allowed, so that infusion centers that need them can order in products based on “patient volume.”

“If they have oversupply they wouldn’t order more,” Einhorn said, whereas when remedies are supplied by the state, “nobody’s going to say no the government” as the products are “free practically,” leading to mismatches in supply and demand.

“I find it very difficult to believe that, in a mere year, a governmental agency in a different state can figure out the dynamics of a local regional health care system,” he added.

One particular monoclonal antibody, sotrovimab made by GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Vir Biotechnology, is in high demand as emerging reports suggest it is more effective than other products against Omicron.

Dr. Marc Siegel, a practicing internist and a professor of medicine at NYU’s Langone Medical Center, wrote in an op-ed in USA Today that “Omicron is most susceptible to sotrovimab, made by GlaxoSmithKline, but in most states, it is almost impossible to find.”

Monoclonal antibody therapies have been shown to be effective in preventing severe disease or hospitalization in high-risk patients with mild to moderate COVID-19.

On Jan. 12, the Biden administration secured 600,000 more doses of sotrovimab for an undisclosed sum, bringing the total doses purchased by nations globally to roughly 1.7 million, according to Reuters. The additional doses will be delivered in the first quarter of 2022 according to GSK.

Since October 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has delivered over 385,000 doses of sotrovimab to states across the nation.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Jan. 7 criticized the Biden administration that had cut Florida’s supply of the remedy in half, to 150,000 doses. DeSantis added that before the government “seized control of the monoclonal supply,” Florida was administering 30,000 doses per week.

Under the Biden administration’s COVID-19 “action plan,” monoclonal antibodies are listed as a “life-saving” treatment, “shown to reduce the risk of hospitalization by up to 70% for unvaccinated people at risk of developing severe disease.”

The plan also identifies the remedy as a “key tool to improve health outcomes, prevent hospitalizations, and reduce the strain” on hospitals.

The Epoch Times has approached HHS for comment.

Ask yourself: If masks and the vaccines work, why aren't they working? Who's peddling disinformation


The ACLU is chock-a-block full of anti Constitutionalists. They won't distinguish between a representative democracy and mob rule

A radical left-wing Biden judicial nominee apparently believes that the state of Florida is not a democracy, according to comments he made years ago that will complicate his Senate confirmation. 

Dale Ho, a former ACLU lawyer, is President Joe Biden's nominee for the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. He made headlines last month after video from a 2018 lecture he gave resurfaced, in which Ho said that the United States Senate and the Electoral College were "anti-democratic" institutions. At the time, Ho was the director of the American Civil Liberties Union's voting rights project. 

In 2019, video resurfaced by; Ho gave another lecture where he questions Florida's state as a democracy because of laws prohibiting certain felons from voting. 

"How do you call Florida a democracy if one out of ten people can't vote in that state because of a criminal conviction?" he asked rhetorically. 

The ACLU and other left-wing activist groups oppose laws that prevent felons from voting, referring to them as "disenfranchisement laws." According to the ACLU, an estimated 5.85 million Americans with felony convictions are not allowed to vote because of such state laws. 

In Florida, it is illegal for convicted murderers or those with a felony sexual offense to vote. Individuals convicted of other offenses may have their voting rights restored after completion of their sentences, including parole and probation. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) in 2019 signed a controversial law that defines "completion of sentence" to include the full payment of any restitution and fees. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the law in October after two Florida felons claimed Florida's Republican-controlled legislature intended to discriminate against low-income minorities by creating a financial barrier to the restoration of felon voting rights.

But other states have similar laws, some even more restrictive than Florida's. Townhall writer Spencer Brown observes that by Ho's standards, Alabama, Arizona, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Wyoming aren't democracies either. 

Ho has previously called referred to "felon disenfranchisement" as stripping "the right to vote from people because of a criminal conviction," arguing that states need to change their laws to remove "long-standing barriers" to voting. 

He's made many other controversial comments, some of which were brought up by Republican senators during his confirmation hearing in early December. In one tweet, Ho suggested that Republicans would use a Supreme Court majority to remain in power if the "Electoral College, Senate malapportionment and extreme gerrymandering" were insufficient. 

In writings, Ho said a colleague once asked him if he works as a voting rights lawyer because he wants to help people or because "you hate conservatives," which became the subject of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's grilling questions

And in 2015, Ho compared voter identification requirements to "chemotherapy."

"Obviously, all of us are against voter fraud, right?" he said. "The question that I think we have to ask ourselves is whether or not the mechanism that we’re using to try to prevent this problem is appropriate to the task. I’m against cancer, but I don’t think everyone in this room should get chemotherapy." 

Is following the law just white supremacy?

Photo by Larry French/Getty Images for BET Networks

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury of 4 felonies related to her purchase of a home in Florida.

Mosby was among the first law enforcement officials supported by left-wing billionaire George Soros in his quest to remake the criminal justice system in the United States.

Federal prosecutors allege that Mosby lied to falsely obtain a withdrawal from her savings account based on a policy related to the coronavirus pandemic. She is also accused of lying on a mortgage application for the home purchase.

Investigators subpoenaed financial records from Mosby and her husband, City Council President Nick Mosby, in March. 

Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury of 4 felonies related to her purchase of a home in Florida.

Mosby was among the first law enforcement officials supported by left-wing billionaire George Soros in his quest to remake the criminal justice system in the United States.

Federal prosecutors allege that Mosby lied to falsely obtain a withdrawal from her savings account based on a policy related to the coronavirus pandemic. She is also accused of lying on a mortgage application for the home purchase.

Investigators subpoenaed financial records from Mosby and her husband, City Council President Nick Mosby, in March. 

Mosby's attorney, A. Scott Bolden, blamed racism for the charges. 

"We will fight these charges vigorously, and I remain confident that once all the evidence is presented, that she will prevail against these bogus charges — charges that are rooted in personal, political and racial animus five months from her election,” read a statement from Bolden.Mosby faced criticism when she announced in March 2021 that her office would no longer prosecute prostitution, drug possession and other crimes she referred to as "low level" offenses. In response, Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called for an investigation of Mosby's policies and threatened to cut funding to her office. 

If convicted, Mosby could face up to five years in prison for each of the two counts of perjury, and up to 30 years in prison for each charge of making a false statement.