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Posted By: Magnante, 11/7/2021 2:59:35 AM

Procter & Gamble (“P&G”) is one of America’s largest corporations, with over 100,000 employees worldwide. It is putting a vaccine mandate into place for its more than 26,000 America-based employees, which will require them to get vaccinated, meet a “company-approved” exemption, or take weekly COVID tests. Those employees opposed to the vaccine mandate are pushing back. To that end, they released a powerful video warning, not P&G, but all Americans, what will happen if these employees lose their jobs. It’s unlikely that you’ve navigated through life without ever purchasing a product from P&G.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Come And Take It 11/7/2021 3:43:49 AM (No. 969814)
Our rulers do not care if the peasantry has to beat their clothes on a rock at the stream to get them clean. They will always have the modern conveniences of life even as they take steps that will deny them to you and I. They are better than we, and they have no qualms about making sure you know that. There will become a time where people have been pushed too far, and the snap back will be brutal - even savage. I do not know what will be the final straw, but I know we are a lot closer today to that point than we were a year ago.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: 5 handicap 11/7/2021 4:17:04 AM (No. 969819)
Madame Guillotine may soon reemerge as perhaps she should!
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Trigger2 11/7/2021 4:19:18 AM (No. 969820)
Thanks Joey. Your commitment to destabilize workers by firing them is working out swell.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 11/7/2021 4:35:51 AM (No. 969838)
People with properly firing synapses (not the government, not large corporate management, not academia) already know what is going to happen. We have seen the hundreds of flight cancellations blamed on the weather, we see the tankers waiting weeks to get into our ports. We recognize the vaccine propaganda immediately. They are no longer fooling us. Empty shelves in markets and rising prices attract the attention of even the dullest among us, something is wrong and it's getting worse. The problem began early in 2020 and the illuminati have done nothing but double down on the closures, the masking, the demands to get the jab, the restrictions. Help Wanted signs in every window can not lure the lazy, the insolent, the denizens of thousands of basement back into the workforce because the government is bribing them to stay home. The mudslide has begun and it will be harder to stop than it was to start. The strong will survive but many will die. Those who were not savvy enough to prepare will resort to knocking on neighbors' doors or theft. They will be helped at first and then they will be turned away or shot. The government will attempt to maintain control but will soon find that they no longer have a populace or a military to control. Joe Biden will die in his basement in Delaware, still wondering why everybody is shouting, "Let's go Brandon."
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Highlander 11/7/2021 4:45:34 AM (No. 969844)
When a kid in our local baptist church, I read a short bio in the bulletin about mr. proctor and mr. gamble. Both were Christians when they began selling soap to soldiers in the Civil War battlefields. They would not do this thing the current crop of execs are pushing on their subordinates.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DCGIRL 11/7/2021 4:59:42 AM (No. 969855)
Hold on. Something really smells about everything. I have been reading that the COVID pill will be coming soon. I thought I read in January sometime. I know this could be off the wall, but you notice his mandate is January 4th. The pill should be approved by then. If they don't use the vaccine up what happens, Big Pharma loses their shirts. Something just smells and I can't seem to put my finger on it.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: KatieJo 11/7/2021 5:49:14 AM (No. 969885)
I watched the video, it was very well done. If we only had a media that cared about the truth. The same media that loved to trumpet the "Truth to Power" causes of the left will not show this video.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Rinktum 11/7/2021 6:12:12 AM (No. 969897)
Corporate tyranny is supporting this evil administration when they should be standing up against these unconstitutional mandates. It certainly is revealing to us the people who are willing to do whatever the government wants as long as they do not come under the evil eye of this vile regime. Apparently, the further you go up the ladder of success the more easily your character is compromised and by the time you are at the pinnacle, you have left whatever integrity you possessed far behind. How do these people sleep at night knowing that they are empty vessels attempting to fill themselves up with wealth, power, and acceptance from the very worst people on the planet. The love of money really is the root of all evil and nothing will convince me that that is the pivotal reason we are in such bad shape. Seemingly many successful individuals have exchanged whatever moral principles they have ever possessed for their insatiable lust for more money, more prestige and more material things. The fact they are willing to do great harm to their employees and customers to secure their positions at the top in order to receive the blessing of this totalitarian cabal is proof that they have no honor or understanding of the freedoms that actually have made them a success. One lesson we have learned through this whole Covid ordeal is that character, integrity and the willing to stand when it matters is sorely lacking in our so called “betters”. The working men and women of this country continue to show us what it means to be an American. Bravo to each and every one who is willing to stand again this lawless cabal.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: gwholmessr 11/7/2021 6:32:36 AM (No. 969903)
I don’t see what these large corporations have to gain by all of this. They stand to lose millions, only big pharmaceutical is making the money. Are These corporate leaders getting kick backs? If not the why is their heads up their butts?
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Reply 10 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 11/7/2021 6:36:14 AM (No. 969905)
In the revolutionary war men and women risked their lives and property for freedom. In World War II the people made do without rubber and hose and chocolate... If it helps in our war for liberty, we will join with these workers and do without.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: ARKfamily 11/7/2021 6:55:34 AM (No. 969916)
I am really tired of big corporations and their big egos. Typical. Large corporations became large because many of them pursued very good small businesses and bought them out. Usually greed was involved. I use the words "typical" and "usually" but it doesn't mean it applies to all. Some of these large corporations were rewarded by government bureaucracy and expanded speedily. The same with their arrogance. So now P & G tells us we can't navigate life without them. Go pound sand. They must think they are mightier than God.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: philsner 11/7/2021 7:13:26 AM (No. 969923)
The things that leftist corporations do are not my fault.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: dst4life 11/7/2021 7:13:47 AM (No. 969925)
#9, it's really simple. Jesus said it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God. Many, not all, wealthy corporate executives lack empathy, not caring about the welfare of their workers. Their workers are cannon fodder, the same way Americans are cannon fodder to the Xiden administration and the Party of Death. Show me an ardent abortion supporter, and I'll show you someone who really doesn't give a rats rear end about any human life.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: kidsmom 11/7/2021 7:16:31 AM (No. 969926)
I'll be calling them Monday. Hope you will, too.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Cyaindasun 11/7/2021 7:19:33 AM (No. 969929)
I worked for P&G in the late 70s, early 80s. They make everything from soap to peanut butter to coffee. My question is Why only US employees? The other 75,000 or so employees are off the hook. The government is pressuring the daylights out of our corporations with a mighty big stick. 🤬
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Reply 16 - Posted by: JackBurton 11/7/2021 7:22:51 AM (No. 969930)
The talking points at the end of the article are an excellent summation of, ahem, NON religious reasons for avoiding the vax... with the exception of the omission of the VAERS. NO religion should tell me that I should put my life in jeopardy with a questionable action when there is NO need. (remember how the CDC FINALLY admitted that they'd pulled '6 Foot Social Distancing' out of their behinds????) ALL of this goes back to Fraud of Nov 6, 2020. ALL of it.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: ARKfamily 11/7/2021 7:50:25 AM (No. 969944)
#13, thank you for your comments. One more thing. There are some very good, large corporations out there but they are a rarity. Most of the time what I see in corporations and big business is complacency and ultimate concern for profit. Greed? Usually one offsets the other. Look at the commercial Amazon is running right now about how they are paying $15 an hour etc., etc. Big whoop, maybe you should have been concerned about your employees from the start rather than yourselves. Now because Jeff Bezos and company have had the great awakening, commercials have to be made so everyone knows. More and more I see how little God is in a liberal's life.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: greyseal 11/7/2021 7:59:17 AM (No. 969955)
As to why American corporations are forcing mandates, or embracing CRT/BLM, or otherwise going "woke" look no further than Black Rock and Vanguard, two of the largest asset management companies. They invest in corporations to get leverage and then issue woke dictats to the management to either adopt ESG (environmental, social, and governance) or they'll be voted out. The heads of these firms are part of the WEF and buddies with Klaus Schwab, Gates, Soros, etc. IOW, it's for our own "good"'ll own nothing and love it. greyseal
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/7/2021 8:03:09 AM (No. 969965)
Jon Moeller, P&G CEO, if I understood your quote in the video correctly, you believe corporate overreach regarding the mandate should not be tolerated. Then why is your company issuing the mandate? I'm on the side of your employees who oppose the mandate. Moeller, do the right thing and walk this mandate back. Now. Besides, how is biden the cheater going to get by without his Depends.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/7/2021 8:07:21 AM (No. 969969)
And further besdies, Moeller, why is it that murdering the unborn is a personal choice, but, taking an experimental so-called vaccine is not?
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Lawsy0 11/7/2021 8:16:21 AM (No. 969980)
APB for Barbara Frietchie. Calling Barbara Frietchie!!
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Reply 22 - Posted by: mifla 11/7/2021 8:27:26 AM (No. 969991)
Also, #9, if a corportation wants to do business with the government on the city, state, or federal level, they need to do as they are told.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: udanja99 11/7/2021 8:31:57 AM (No. 969994)
Good catch, #6. I also think that the 1/4 date is so that there aren’t too many empty shelves over the holidays. That would be very bad optics and for the left, optics are up there with power on the list of necessities.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Otis Gill 11/7/2021 8:42:27 AM (No. 970016)
Why are all these powerful CEOs so quick to cave to a Marxist agenda that will surely hurt their businesses? There are dark forces working behind the scenes.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: czechlist 11/7/2021 8:53:26 AM (No. 970035)
All of these corporations have lucrative contracts with some government agency and will follow all government rules, regulations and initiatives in order to maintain them. Government control of production is called FASCISM. It is what the dims and media accused DJT and the GOP of but practice themselves. That is called PROJECTION. Decades ago, at a school board meeting, I warned the government would take control of schools through gifts and grants but I was shouted down as there was "free" money available for school libraries. Now, look at what books are in those libraries.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: coldborezero 11/7/2021 8:57:24 AM (No. 970040)
#21: Thanks for the Barbara Frietchie reference. I had never heard of her. Most interesting.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: OZZCAR 11/7/2021 9:07:05 AM (No. 970053)
It's time to boycott Proctor & Gamble and all other companies that mandate vaccines.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 11/7/2021 9:15:44 AM (No. 970066)
The problem with being a public corporation is the owners are now forced to listen to voices they would be better off ignoring. The problem with staying private is public competitors with more resources will put you out of business. Commies and other big government types have invaded the corporate boardroom and corporations have become 'woke'.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 11/7/2021 9:18:21 AM (No. 970072)
Communism and shortages go hand in hand. We are seeing the shortage now, and it will continue to get worse. Shortages are a great way to produce haves and havenots. Nobles and serfs. Modern day feudalism. (wish I had an edit button...)
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Reply 30 - Posted by: ivehadit 11/7/2021 9:23:43 AM (No. 970078)
If you don't know about Transhumanism it's time you did. It relates directly to this. Watch Bannon's warrom from yesterday. It will get you up to speed. PART 1: PART 2: Honest pride is an important part of a human's life: pride in ownership, pride in one's work and creating/producing/servicing something of value, pride of achievement. There are forces attempting to play God. We can't let this happen.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: stablemoney 11/7/2021 9:36:00 AM (No. 970091)
Why don't they issue a warning to P&G, or to Joe Biden? Those are the people that are firing them. Where are their attorney's and lawsuits?
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Reply 32 - Posted by: starboard 11/7/2021 9:54:27 AM (No. 970100)
Checked the ownership of P & G. They are owned by big money Wall Street investors like Vanguard, BlackRock, etc. They have a new CEO as of November 1, 2021 named Jon R. Moeller. Very interesting that this warning was announced in the first few days of his new appointment and a few days after a devastating week for the Democrats. Is this some kind of morale booster for the American Communist Party? It reeks of political support.
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Reply 33 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/7/2021 10:01:47 AM (No. 970110)
For those who prefer to go unvaxed, there are weekly tests. Not an onerous requirement, IMHO. With three alternatives, it is hardly a "mandate" to require vaccination. Why are the corporations so quick to jump in: 1) to avoid government mandates, if possible, and not show-up the powers that be. Ask anyone who fought city hall how that works. 2) Their market is largely female, and America's "Karens" are the hive influencers. They don't want to alienate Karen.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 11/7/2021 10:32:04 AM (No. 970145)
Here's another factor for those of us who are pro-life. These big corporations have been using aborted baby parts for years in their products and now Big Pharma is using aborted baby parts in the Covid vaccine. Disgusting, immoral, and evil. That's enough for anyone to get an exemption. BTW there was a story a few years ago, in Europe, that aborted babies were being used in producing heat in furnaces for some big companies there. Shocking at the time, but did anyone do anything to stop the practice? Our civilization has hit rock bottom when we are imitating 3rd world savages that toss their babies into volcanos to appease their gods.
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Reply 35 - Posted by: DVC 11/7/2021 10:38:52 AM (No. 970162)
We make an effort to not purchase ANY products made by P&G, a horrible, extreme leftist company. If they go out of business, fine with me.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 11/7/2021 11:21:04 AM (No. 970231)
To add onto another excellent comment, this stuff going on right now was prophesied to happen after the Hebrews told Samuel that they wanted a king like other nations had. God, via Samuel, informed them exactly what would happen in future when they got what they wanted. They didn't care, they wanted that king. So after granting that king, we are looking at the end results of that action way back in the long ago times of the Hebrews. It is all coming true right now, the division between the average folks like us, and the elitist 'princes' of the world. They will take the crumbs off your table for their very own, and the last pennies out of your wallet as well.
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Reply 37 - Posted by: NotaBene 11/7/2021 11:23:35 AM (No. 970238)
I remember the P&G advertisements against men and their backyard barbecuing, or the first shave of a transgender girl.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: danu 11/7/2021 12:55:10 PM (No. 970340)
Psssst One if by land... Two if by sea. Pass it on.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: DVC 11/7/2021 1:15:42 PM (No. 970355)
RE #21's post..... Thanks for the comment, I was unfamiliar with Ms. Frietchie.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: Norway 11/7/2021 2:28:43 PM (No. 970384)
Let's bring back the noose.... or a blindfold, a wall and metallic implants.
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Reply 41 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 11/7/2021 3:48:24 PM (No. 970433)
I am going to maintain my boycott of P&G products, which once included some of my favorite brands, like Tide. I am perfectly capable of running my own life. I will not stand for any P&G employee telling me how to run my life. I refer all P&G employees to Marketing 101: Keep your poltics, political correctness and virtue signalling to yourselves and you can sell to everyone.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Zigrid 11/7/2021 4:07:10 PM (No. 970450)
P&G has a big decision to make...not only for their employee...but for those of US that will walk away from their products...WE did it with coke a cola and Pepsi...WE are leaving their products on the shelves...and my super market cannot keep Dr. Pepper on the shelves...the checkout girls are amazed at the change in choices...and even giving huge sale prizes for the woke sodas isn't working...Americans are walking with their wallets... remember shop locally and pay with U.S. cash....our community is thriving....
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Reply 43 - Posted by: GirlwithaCurl 11/7/2021 4:48:51 PM (No. 970477)
This could be a nice chance for some mom and pop biznesses to sell their stuff to us and come out on top. I'm already making my own toothpaste at home from ginger root, which P&G does not make. I'm for the little guy, always. FJB and FP&G!
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Reply 44 - Posted by: smokincol 11/7/2021 5:06:32 PM (No. 970489)
Yahooo, finally one of the big corporations is getting the heat applied to it. Are these union people? it will be, maybe, the straw that will give the camel a pain in the back. If the American citizenry is deprived and deprived it might be the catalyst for something YUGE to happen. Who knows. Could be the beginning of the end of the demcommie party in the U.S.A. Who knows.
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Reply 45 - Posted by: JHHolliday 11/7/2021 7:03:02 PM (No. 970556)
We try our best to avoid P&G products. The Gillette ad did it for me. We now use Persia instead of Tide and no Gillette product will ever cross my door. We need to do our best. If it can possibly be done in your household. It’s tough since their products are ubiquitous on almost every grocery store shelf.
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Reply 46 - Posted by: enemyofthestate 11/8/2021 11:31:07 AM (No. 971297)
Uhhhh, #42... Dr Pepper is a Coca-Cola product.
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Should the US pay $2 trillion for climate
loss and damage?
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Posted by NorthernDog 11/8/2021 8:35:20 AM Post Reply
Poor countries, rocked by storms and flooding from climate change, have spent years trying to hold the big carbon-emitters accountable. While most rich nations have fiercely resisted this liability, attendees at COP26 will give it another try in Glasgow next week. The US is the $2 trillion elephant in the room. That figure is a rough estimate (most likely at the very low end) of how much the world’s largest economy could owe other nations if it accepted liability for the “loss and damage” caused by its historical emissions of carbon dioxide, according to Richard Tol, an economics professor at
Watch: Obama Begins Climate Change Speech
By Talking About Himself For A Full 90 Seconds
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Posted by Imright 11/8/2021 2:57:27 PM Post Reply
When Obama was President, he couldn’t go more than a few minutes without gushing about himself. Turns out, some things never change.During a fear-mongering speech about how the world will end shortly because of climate change, Obama couldn’t help but talk about himself and his current lifestyle since leaving the Oval Office.“Traffic is a thing again. Music doesn’t play when I walk into the room. On the positive side, I can give a speech like this without wearing a tie and not create a scandal back home,” said the failed 44th President.“I hope. But even though I’m not required to attend summits like this anymore
Capehart: Winsome Sears Not Proof GOP
Victories Weren’t Motivated by Racism
— ‘Whiteness Is a Hell of a Drug’
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Posted by mc squared 11/8/2021 9:21:44 AM Post Reply
This week on MSNBC’s “The Sunday Show,” host Jonathan Capehart responded to a Wall Street Journal editorial directed at him for claiming Glenn Youngkin winning Virginia’s gubernatorial race would be a win for white supremacy. The editorial, noting that Virginia elected Winsome Sears, a black woman, as lieutenant governor, mocked Capehart’s analysis ahead of the election as a “‘racist’ fail.” Capehart argued Sears’ election doesn’t make his assertion wrong .“Whiteness is a hell of a drug. Fear worked, and Youngkin won in a state President Biden won just last year by 10 points,” Capehart stated. “Nice try, but invoking the name of Winsome Sears
Revealed: Prince Harry discussed 'climate
anxiety' with psychiatrists and 'compassion
scholars' as part of a forum with Archewell
partner Stanford University last week
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Posted by AltaD 11/8/2021 11:28:21 AM Post Reply
Prince Harry discussed 'climate anxiety' with psychiatrists and physicians as part in a 'realizing a compassionate planet' forum this weekend. The Duke of Sussex, 37, who is currently living in his $14 million mansion in California having stepped back from royal duty last year, took part in the virtual discussion in conjunction with Archewell partner Stanford University on Friday. A tweet shared by the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University account read: 'Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, welcomed Realising a Compassionate Planet delegates (Snip) In a second tweet, it posted: 'Physicians, psychiatrists, and compassion scholars explored the nuances and meanings of climate anxiety,
California Governor Gavin Newsom's wife
deletes tweet telling people to 'stop
hating and get a life' after her husband
disappeared from public view for 12 DAYS
after citing 'family obligations' for
pulling out of COP26
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Posted by Ribicon 11/8/2021 10:54:53 PM Post Reply
The wife of California Governor Gavin Newsom took to social media to defend her husband and call out 'haters without a life' who criticized Newsom's 12-day disappearance from public view in a since-deleted tweet. 'It's funny how certain folks can't handle truth,' California First Lady Jennifer Siebel Newsom wrote. 'When someone cancels something, maybe they're just in the office working; maybe in their free time they're at home with their family, at their kids' sports matches, or dining out with their wife.(Snip)Newsom was last seen in public on October 27, receiving a COVID-19 booster shot in Oakland. He said it was painless and then flexed
Video: Man Threatens American Patriot
With A Sword During Road Rage Incident
His Response Shows Why The Second Amendment
Saves Lives
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Posted by Black Conservative Voice 11/8/2021 7:34:01 AM Post Reply
Customize In this country, it’s your right to own a gun if you so choose. If you are a gun owner, just know that any action you take with that weapon will be scrutinized, so it is in the best interest of all for you to behave with the utmost care — something we believe a vast majority of gun owners in this country do. However, road rages can be tricky! And in a video that we received this morning, we have another example of why the second amendment saves lives even on a heat-up road rage!
Feds Seek to Block Promotion of a Nasal
Spray Against COVID-19
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Posted by Judy W. 11/8/2021 7:12:41 AM Post Reply
The leading U.S. manufacturer of xylitol-based products says the federal government is deliberately trying to conceal a nasal spray it developed that it says has been scientifically proven to be effective in treating and preventing COVID-19. The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit in federal court against Utah-based company Xlear on Oct. 28, saying it has deceptively advertised its nasal spray as a treatment and preventative of COVID-19. The lawsuit asks a federal court to permanently ban the company from promoting the nasal spray as a treatment for COVID-19 and also asks that monetary penalties be levied against it.
White House ADMITS it is 'studying' closing
Michigan's Line 5 oil pipeline after first
saying reports were 'inaccurate': Republicans
demand line be kept open to stop soaring
gas prices causing a crisis this winter
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Posted by Ribicon 11/8/2021 5:27:15 PM Post Reply
White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed the administration is considering shutting down a Michigan oil pipeline, as President Biden finds himself caught between an environmental promise and looming gas price hikes. The administration is exploring the possibility of terminating the Line 5 pipeline—which links Superior, Wisconsin, with Sarnia, Ontario—and gathering data to determine if shutting down the line will cause a surge in fuel pricing. 'Yes, we are,' Jean-Pierre said, asked in a news briefing if the administration is 'studying' the impacts of a potential shutdown. 'The army corps of engineers is preparing an environmental impact to look through this,' she continued.
Leaders at One of America's Largest Investment
Firms Must Now Get Approval to Hire White Men
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Posted by mc squared 11/8/2021 10:38:50 AM Post Reply
Another day, another headline that looks like it’s straight from the satire site, The Babylon Bee. State Street Global Advisors — actually one of the world’s largest investment companies — has announced that henceforth, its leaders will need permission to hire white men as part of the company’s new diversity hiring initiative. “This is now front and central for State Street; it’s on every senior executive’s scorecard,” said Jess McNicholas, the company’s head of inclusion, diversity, and corporate citizenship. State Street Global Advisors is the investment management division of State Street Corporation and the world’s fourth-largest asset manager, with nearly
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