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Study Shows the Dangers the Covid Vaccine
Has on Women's Health
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/30/2022 4:55:18 AM Post Reply
What was once deemed as “misinformation” by the Biden administration another study has confirmed the implications the Covid-19 vaccines have on women’s health. A large study conducted by the National Institutes of Health found that women of childbearing age who got the Covid vaccine are at heightened risk of 14 different conditions including having a miscarriage, fertility issues, fetal cardiac arrest, and menstrual abnormality. “Pregnancy and menstrual abnormalities are significantly more frequent following COVID-19 vaccinations than that of Influenza vaccinations. A worldwide moratorium on the use of COVID-19 vaccines in pregnancy is advised until randomized prospective trials document safety in pregnancy and long-term follow-up in offspring,”
Democrats Really Do Ruin Everything replies
Posted by ladydawgfan 9/30/2022 4:52:18 AM Post Reply
You don’t want a skunk at your garden party and you don’t want a committed leftist at your, well, anything. If you had to choose between the two, go with the skunk. At least you can wash out the stink with tomato juice, no amount of scrubbing will rid you of the stench that comes with an activist progressive Democrat. Just look at Hollywood – it is marinated in reek of left-wing politics so thoroughly that no matter what evidence points to the contrary, it always reverts back to über-leftist “message movies” no one wants to see. The biggest movie in quite a number of years is “Top Gun: Maverick.”
Joe Biden Trashes Italy's Giorgia Meloni
in Massive Self-Awareness Fail
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/30/2022 3:35:35 AM Post Reply
As a massive hurricane slammed into Florida on Wednesday evening, the President of the United States attended a fundraiser for the Democratic Governor’s Association. That followed a banner day where Joe Biden asked where a deceased congresswoman was at an event and got confused trying to exit a stage later at the White House. The optics of Biden hobnobbing with his party’s elite while people’s homes while devastation descended on the Sunshine State wasn’t lost on many observers. So what did the president talk about? If you guess that he ranted about threats to “democracy,” which is basically the one-note Democrats continue to desperately play over and over this election cycle,
Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore struck
by tree live on air during Hurricane Ian
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/30/2022 3:14:28 AM Post Reply
Dramatic footage showed Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore struggling to stand and being struck by a tree branch while on-air covering Hurricane Ian in Florida. Cantore was reporting live from an intersection in Punta Gorda, Florida, Wednesday when he was nearly taken out by a tree branch as the Category 4 storm bore down on the state’s west coast. The dramatic footage captured Cantore stumbling through heavy rains and 100-mph winds. Cantore was seen placing his hands on the road as he staggered toward a traffic signal. “Give me a second,” he said, barely losing composure as he regained his footing. “You just can’t stand up!”
Florida man missing after trying to jet
ski to Bahamas
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/30/2022 3:12:17 AM Post Reply
A Florida man has been declared missing after allegedly attempting to jet ski from south Florida to the Bahamas. Charles Walker, 52, was last seen on Pompano Beach around 5 p.m. on Sept. 23, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Walker’s family said he was planning on jet skiing from the beach to Bimini in the Bahamas, a distance of around 115 miles. While in the water, Walker’s last known location was 15 nautical miles off the coast of West Palm Beach, per the Coast Guard. He is 5 feet and 9 inches tall, weighs 190 pounds and has gray hair and green eyes,
Do Republicans Cause Hurricanes? replies
Posted by Garnet 9/30/2022 3:01:45 AM Post Reply
With the grim inevitability of Greek tragedy, three things always happen when a hurricane makes landfall in the United States. First, the storm will be touted by the corporate media as evidence that anthropogenic climate change presents an existential threat to humanity and the planet. Second, anyone who dares question the accuracy of this claim will be either ignored or denounced as a dangerous anti-science “denier.” Third, if the hurricane happens to hit a state with a GOP governor, he will be blamed for causing any resultant death and destruction.
Oil Giant Sells California Office As It
Ditches State For Texas
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Posted by Imright 9/30/2022 1:26:35 AM Post Reply
Chevron is selling its global headquarters in California as it continues to move its operations and employees to Texas, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The oil giant sold 92 acres of offices in San Ramon as its workers continue to relocate to its Houston campus, where it has three times the number of employees that California has, according to the WSJ. Chevron will follow in the footsteps of other large companies like Tesla and American Airlines that have left California in recent years for various reasons. “The current real estate market provides the opportunity to right-size our office space to meet the requirements of our headquarters-based employee population,”
Trump says long heeded warnings are being
put into play: America is being attacked
from within
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Posted by Imright 9/30/2022 1:22:21 AM Post Reply
The United States’ biggest threat isn’t foreign nations, it is the systematic dismantling of the foundations of democracy, it’s the woke philosophy of the left and methodical uncoupling of a nation that poses the biggest risks, according to Number 45. “Where did my America go, seriously? I mean this wholeheartedly folks,” asked One America News Network host Dan Ball at the beginning of the September 26 segment featuring former President Donald Trump. “Where did the America that I grew up in, the America that millions of people across this globe are trying to reach and become citizens each and every year? That America. The America that for decades
Exclusive: Petition Filed with the US
Supreme Court Against Dominion, Facebook
and CFCL in “A Case of Great National Importance”
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Posted by Imright 9/30/2022 1:08:31 AM Post Reply
A group of individuals filed a class action lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems, Facebook, CTCL and Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, which is now going to the US Supreme Court. This group claims that the defendants worked together with government employees in a concerted and coordinated effort to change the results of the 2020 Presidential Election in ways that go against the US Constitution. Here is a timeline of how they got here. November 3rd, 2020 – 2 year Statute of Limitations begins - December 22nd, 2020 – Dominion Class Action “Christmas Complaint”
Dr. Fauci and wife’s wealth ‘skyrocketed’
by $5 million during pandemic: analysis
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Posted by Imright 9/30/2022 1:03:59 AM Post Reply
Dr. Anthony Fauci and his wife’s net worth grew by $5 million during the COVID-19 pandemic as thousands of US residents struggled financially, according to a government spending watchdog group. The combined wealth of the 81-year-old retiring director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and his bioethicist wife, Christine Grady, soared from $7.5 million in 2019 to $12.6 million at the end of 2021, according to a report from the non-profit OpenTheBooks. “Despite becoming a figure of controversy, the system has rewarded Dr. Fauci handsomely,” the group’s CEO, Adam Andrzejewski, told Fox News Digital. “While Dr. Fauci has been a government bureaucrat for more than 55 years,
Hurricane Ian before and after photos
show scope of storm’s devastation
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Posted by Imright 9/30/2022 12:49:31 AM Post Reply
Shocking before and after photos reveal the devastating impact of Hurricane Ian’s rampage across the scenic coastal town of Fort Myers and nearby areas Wednesday. The historic Category 4 storm ransacked wide swathes of the city, obliterating once pristine stretches of beach, leveling longtime tourist destinations and even buckling bridges. Taken from across the town of 85,000, the images capture the calm before the storm and the horrific reality of its aftermath.
A Winning Midterm Strategy for Republicans replies
Posted by Dreadnought 9/30/2022 12:47:25 AM Post Reply
The GOP always has to deal with the shaft they get from the legacy media. While the “Commitment to America” (COA) may not go as far as many conservatives would like, it does contain some broadly popular policy prescriptions. Because Democrats and their stenographers in the press know this, they will downplay the details. However, the game Democrats and the media are playing is easy to see in a recent poll of likely voters. In partnership with the Trafalgar Group, Convention of States Action conducted a national survey to measure how likely voters perceived the case to vote for the GOP made by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy when he unveiled the COA.
Nets Refuse to Mention What Biden Was
Up to as Hurricane Ian Wreaked Havoc on FL
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Posted by Dreadnought 9/30/2022 12:43:31 AM Post Reply
Hurricane Ian has, for good reason, consumed the news cycles this week in light of its record devastation across southwest Florida, but in the midst of their substantial coverage, the broadcast networks of ABC, CBS, and NBC have refused to mention President Biden chose to attend a Democratic Governors Association (DGA) fundraiser on Wednesday night as billions of dollars in damage were being inflicted, lives lost, and storm surge inundated the region. In contrast, at least five Fox News Channel shows cared to mention Biden’s decision to spend time raising money to put Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) out of office as his state faces one of the worst
Wisconsin is leaning Red for midterms replies
Posted by Dreadnought 9/30/2022 12:26:01 AM Post Reply
I have been arguing that the political environment is much worse for Democrats than the current narrative suggests, and as the midterms approach that is starting to be reflected in the polls. And since the polls in recent years have significantly undercounted Republicans, things may be even worse for Democrats. We won’t know if the polls this year are as bad as those in recent elections, so I will refrain from adding my traditional 3+ points to Republican ratings. In the Wisconsin Senate and gubernatorial races things are looking really bad for Democrats. RealClearPolitics rates the race a “toss-up,” but the polls seem to indicate that is no longer
New Details of Outrageous FBI Raid on
Catholic Activist Mark Houck Shock the Conscience
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Posted by Dreadnought 9/29/2022 11:54:48 PM Post Reply
RedState brought you the story last week of how between 20-30 armed FBI agents showed up early on the morning of September 23 at Catholic activist Mark Houck’s home, pounding relentlessly against the door until he opened it, flashing semi-automatic weapons at his wife and seven children, then taking him away—handcuffed with a belly-chain—while his terrorized, screaming family cried in the background. His crime? He allegedly shoved a man who was verbally abusing his 12-year-old son and getting up into his face. What in the world is going on here? We all know that you can throw someone in front of a moving subway car
FBI insiders say agents who took a knee
during BLM protests were rewarded
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Posted by Dreadnought 9/29/2022 11:17:54 PM Post Reply
The politicization of the FBI is being implemented by the promotion of liberal agents into positions of authority and the punishment or dismissal of agents who support conservative causes, FBI insiders told The Washington Times. They said this institutionalizes a liberal bias in the upper ranks of the nation’s premier law enforcement agency. In one high-profile example, an FBI agent on duty demonstrated solidarity with Black Lives Matter marchers in Washington by “taking a knee” as the protesters passed. The agent was rewarded with a promotion to a supervisor rank.
Gun Rights Make for Good Manners and Safe Nations replies
Posted by DVC 9/29/2022 9:34:00 PM Post Reply
If good fences make good neighbors, then surely, well armed citizens make for good manners. Just as respect for another's privacy and personal boundaries paradoxically creates common bonds, the expectation that those around us are capable of standing up for themselves, or defending their own lives if necessary, establishes an equality among strangers otherwise possessing vastly different natural strengths. The "woke" victimhood cult dedicated to confiscating guns steadily ignores this point.
Hundreds of DHS employees took pandemic
unemployment aid even though they were
working: Audit
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Posted by Ribicon 9/29/2022 7:06:09 PM Post Reply
Hundreds of Homeland Security employees were paid unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic despite staying on the job, the department’s inspector general revealed Thursday. Even worse, the Department of fHomeland Security paid some of the money itself under an emergency unemployment program that the Trump administration “hastily” created in 2020, investigators said. That meant the department was making bogus payments to its employees. The audit is the latest to ding the federal government over its reckless pace of pandemic spending. Uncle Sam spat out $3 trillion in just four months as the spread of COVID-19 sent the country into shutdown mode.(Snip)Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, the top Republican
Hurricane Ian sweeps away section of Sanibel
Causeway, cutting off all vehicle access
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Posted by NorthernDog 9/29/2022 7:01:54 PM Post Reply
Hurricane Ian destroyed a section of the Sanibel Causeway connecting Sanibel Island and Captiva with mainland Florida, preventing all access for ground vehicles. Meteorologist Bryan Bennett first showed the collapsed section on Twitter, revealing a missing portion of the causeway dozens of feet long. Storm reporters with the Tampa Bay Times also confirmed the damage, saying the missing section comes right before the bridge rises up toward the island. Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis confirmed the Sanibel Causeway is "not passable" during a Thursday press briefing. He said both the causeway and the nearby Pine Island Bridge will both require
Detroit begins demolition of blighted
Packard car plant
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Posted by NorthernDog 9/29/2022 6:55:59 PM Post Reply
DETROIT -- Demolition of the long-vacant Packard auto plant in Detroit started Thursday as crews began tearing apart an already crumbling exterior wall of the massive structure. A demolition claw ripped and tugged on decades-old bricks and concrete along the upper floors of the old eastside factory that for generations has been a symbol of urban blight in the Motor City. (Snip) The Packard Automotive Co. built the plant in 1903, but by 1954, the structure had become obsolete and Packard car production was being done elsewhere. The company would go out of business a few years later. Detroit took over
Biden Gets Confused About His FEMA Administrator,
Wanders off Again
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Posted by Hazymac 9/29/2022 6:35:00 PM Post Reply
Folks in Florida have been coping with the bad conditions from Hurricane Ian. We posted about some of the wild conditions that the people were going through down there. Gov. Ron DeSantis seems to be doing a round-the-clock effort to make sure that things are getting done to help people in his state, and he’s been working hand and glove with FEMA to facilitate their actions for his people. One of the people who has been handling a lot of the announcements regarding the hurricane has been FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell. On Thursday, Joe Biden went to FEMA headquarters to meet with her and DHS
Biden administration scales back student
debt relief for MILLIONS of Americans
in stunning reversal after being faced
with first lawsuits and following criticism
of the huge cost to taxpayers
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Posted by Imright 9/29/2022 5:43:12 PM Post Reply
The Biden administration has quietly announced a change in their student debt forgiveness program that could exclude four million borrowers who have loans owned or backed by private companies The u-turn by the federal government comes after the first legal challenges were filed and following criticism of the huge costs to taxpayers and claims the plan is an illegal use of his executive power. The Education Department announced Thursday that privately-held federal loans won't qualify for the relief plan, which the Congressional Budget Office said earlier this week could cost $400billion over a decade.
Charleston braces for DIRECT HIT as Hurricane
Ian swirls back in from Atlantic to pound
historic city TOMORROW morning: Thousands
board up their homes and flee ahead of
7ft storm surge
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Posted by Imright 9/29/2022 5:32:36 PM Post Reply
Charleston is bracing for a direct hit from Hurricane Ian with storm surges of up to 7ft as it hurtles towards the historic city after barreling through Florida leaving swathes of the state decimated. Monster tempest Ian has recharged from a tropical storm back into a Category 1 hurricane as it angles northwards towards South Carolina, and will hit the coasts of North Carolina and Georgia. Landfall in Charleston is expected around 8am on Friday, with the surrounding states also being issued with several extreme weather warnings.
Cajun Navy groups jump into action after
Hurricane Ian slams Florida
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Posted by ladydawgfan 9/29/2022 5:07:13 PM Post Reply
Louisiana emergency response and rescue groups under various Cajun Navy banners have deployed to Florida for rescue efforts and are arranging emergency supplies to aid residents impacted by Hurricane Ian. Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida at 2:05 p.m. Wednesday as a Category 4 storm, moving across the state from the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center said the storm made landfall near the Cayo Costa area, with the eye passing about 20 miles northwest of Fort Myers. Winds reached up to 155 mph and as of Thursday morning officials said more than 2.5 million were without power because of the storm.
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