Any threat especially against law enforcement or politicians will get you banned.
Biden Pandemic COVID Reprints from others.

I’mSorry: A Vaccinated Apology to the Unvaccinated “It takes a big man to say, ‘I screwed up’ … I’m sorry I didn’t listen to you sooner.”

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#I’mSorry: A Vaccinated Apology to the Unvaccinated

“It takes a big man to say, ‘I screwed up’ … I’m sorry I didn’t listen to you sooner.”

Get a tissue ready. A Canadian TikToker by the name of @NotEatinCrickets recently made waves with a viral video where he issued an apology to the unvaccinated. He trusted the government and took the jab himself, but after witnessing the events of The Freedom Convoy, he started to dig deeper and have a change of heart. So he made this video. As someone who’s the lone unjabbed member of my side of the family, I am sincerely grateful for such a gesture.

Here’s what he had to say:

“I think it’s high time — we really need to start to come together on this. When this all started, and the vaccine started rolling out, I wasn’t paying attention — I wasn’t listening. I soaked in whatever the government was telling me. And you know what? It really took The Freedom Convoy to open my eyes a little bit to see what was going on. Seeing them trucks out in Coutts and tractors blowing through the barricades and seeing hundreds of people lined up the highways supporting the convoy. It was really touching. And that’s when I really started to dig deeper and open my eyes.”

“It sometimes takes a big man to say, ‘I screwed up, and I’m sorry.’ Well, from a vaccinated to the unvaccinated, I’m sorry I didn’t listen to you sooner. I’m sorry I let the government get the best of me and think that they had our best interests at heart. I want to encourage other people who are vaccinated to do the same thing.

You might not see it because it doesn’t affect you, or it doesn’t concern you, but people have lost their jobs. They’ve lost family and friends. They couldn’t visit their sick parents in the hospital. They couldn’t be at funerals and weddings. Some of their friends might have said, ‘You know what? You’re not vaccinated. You’re not my friend anymore.’ And we really need to come back together as a people have start to work together on this.

So, for me, as a vaccinated person, to all the unvaxed. I’m going to start to train and say, ‘I’m sorry. I f*cked up!’ And thank you — thank you for what you’re doing. God bless.”

Moved by his apology, TikTok user @UniqueGreenLady, who had rough times with her family and friends, issued a sincere thank you to @NotEatinCrickets.

“I would just like to say thank you, sir, for your apology. Through all of this bullsh*t with COVID, I’ve lost friends of over a decade. My family has chosen to stop speaking to me. My mother couldn’t be present for the birth of my daughter. And for someone who doesn’t get apologies very often, this means a lot. And I probably won’t hear an apology from the people — who I frankly — I think owe me one. So, thank you. Thank you very much!”


Daily Hits. Life Reprints from others.

Best and worst cities to live.

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Taken from this article.

After putting in decades of hard work, we naturally expect to have financial security in our golden years. But not all Americans can look forward to a relaxing retirement. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2022 Retirement Confidence Survey, 7 in 10 workers reported feeling at least somewhat confident that they will have enough money to retire comfortably, but fewer than 3 in 10 said they were “very confident.”

Adjusted Cost of Living
  • 1. Brownsville, TX
  • 2. Laredo, TX
  • 3. Fort Smith, AR
  • 4. Amarillo, TX
  • 5. Jackson, MS
Adjusted Cost of Living
  • T-165. San Jose, CA
  • T-165. Pearl City, HI
  • T-165. Honolulu, HI
  • T-165. New York, NY
  • T-165. San Francisco, CA
Annual Cost of In-Home Services
  • 1. Brownsville, TX
  • 2. Laredo, TX
  • 3. Shreveport, LA
  • 4. Jackson, MS
  • T-5. El Paso, TX
  • T-5. Corpus Christi, TX
Annual Cost of In-Home Services
  • T-176. Minneapolis, MN
  • T-176. St. Paul, MN
  • 178. San Jose, CA
  • T-179. Portland, OR
  • T-179. Vancouver, WA
  • 181. Bismarck, ND
% of Employed Population Aged 65 & Older
  • 1. Plano, TX
  • 2. Irving, TX
  • 3. Sioux Falls, SD
  • 4. Burlington, VT
  • 5. Columbia, MD
% of Employed Population Aged 65 & Older
  • 178. Columbus, GA
  • 179. Peoria, AZ
  • 180. Lewiston, ME
  • 181. Detroit, MI
  • 182. Gulfport, MS
Recreation & Senior Centers per Capita
  • T-1. Philadelphia, PA
  • T-1. Chicago, IL
  • T-1. Honolulu, HI
  • T-1. Washington, DC
  • 5. Los Angeles, CA
Recreation & Senior Centers per Capita
  • 97. Madison, WI
  • 98. Durham, NC
  • 99. St. Louis, MO
  • 100. Lexington-Fayette, KY
  • 101. Kansas City, MO
Fishing Facilities per Capita
  • T-1. Charleston, SC
  • T-1. St. Petersburg, FL
  • T-1. Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • T-1. Juneau, AK
  • T-1. Tampa, FL
Fishing Facilities per Capita
  • 138. Pittsburgh, PA
  • 139. Henderson, NV
  • 140. Fresno, CA
  • 141. Oklahoma City, OK
  • 142. El Paso, TX
Museums per Capita
  • T-1. Washington, DC
  • T-1. St. Louis, MO
  • T-1. San Francisco, CA
  • 4. Atlanta, GA
  • 5. New York, NY
Museums per Capita
  • 173. Port St. Lucie, FL
  • 174. Santa Clarita, CA
  • 175. Hialeah, FL
  • 176. Chesapeake, VA
  • 177. Chula Vista, CA
% of Population Aged 65 & Older
  • 1. Pearl City, HI
  • 2. Scottsdale, AZ
  • 3. Cape Coral, FL
  • 4. Warwick, RI
  • 5. Hialeah, FL
% of Population Aged 65 & Older
  • 178. Laredo, TX
  • 179. Moreno Valley, CA
  • 180. West Valley City, UT
  • 181. Fontana, CA
  • 182. Irving, TX
‘Mild Weather’ Ranking
  • 1. Glendale, CA
  • 2. Riverside, CA
  • 3. Bakersfield, CA
  • 4. Scottsdale, AZ
  • 5. Henderson, NV
'Mild Weather' Ranking
  • T-178. Providence, RI
  • T-178. Warwick, RI
  • 180. Rochester, NY
  • 181. Buffalo, NY
  • 182. Juneau, AK

I left out the rankings feeling this was more important. Here’s the link.

Daily Hits. Economy Education Life Medicine MSM Opinion Politics Reprints from others. Science The Courts

Wednesday. WSJ Headline News.

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Juul to Pay $438.5 Million to Settle Probe Over Underage Vaping – The settlement with more than 30 states is the latest step by the e-cigarette maker to resolve allegations that it marketed its products to underage users. A1

Junk-Loan Defaults Worry Wall Street Investors A1

Schools Are Back and Confronting Severe Learning Losses A1

What’s News: World-Wide A1

Gavel Bashing Has Its Moment. ‘You Love That Thing, Don’t You?’ A1

Illumina’s Deal to Buy Cancer-Test Developer Is Blocked by the EU A1


Nutrition Advocates Urge Front-of-Package Labels Highlighting Fat, Sugar Levels – The advocates want a more condensed label on the front of packaged-food items that would flag certain health risks, such as high sugar or saturated-fat content. Industry groups say existing labels suffice. A2

Labor Board Proposes New Joint Employer Rule, Easing Trump-Era Limits A2

Conflicting Surveys Paint Mixed Picture of Services Providers A2

Corrections & Amplifications A2

U.S. Plans Shift to Annual Covid Shots as New Boosters Roll Out A3

Los Angeles Schools Hit With Ransomware Attack A3

‘Fat Leonard,’ Former Contractor in Navy Bribery Scandal, Escapes House Arrest A3

Ghost-Gun Firms Find New Ways to Sell DIY Weapons as U.S. Rule Takes Effect A3

Commerce Secretary Embraces a Beefier Industrial Policy to Combat China and Russia A4

DOJ Considers Next Move After Judge Greenlights Trump’s Request for Special Master A4


Corruption Elections Opinion Politics Progressive Racism Reprints from others.

Much to do about nothing committee hearing drops their ridiculous request.

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This is an excerpt from Conservative Brief.

Sad that this is reported first in the UK. The UK’s reported that the committee has formally withdrawn its subpoena for fundraising information from the Republican National Committee and former President Donald Trump.

The outlet added that, according to sources familiar with the situation who spoke to The Washington Post,  lawyers for the RNC and software vendor Salesforce were informed last week of the committee’s withdrawal of the subpoena.

“The subpoena issued earlier this year sought records from Salesforce on the performance metrics and analytics related to email campaigns from Donald Trump, his reelection campaign and the RNC,” reported. “It comes as the panel prepares for at least one more hearing this month.

“We said all along that this subpoena was unconstitutional,” RNC spokeswoman Emma Vaughn said after it was withdrawn. “This is a victory for freedom of speech, privacy, and Americans’ right of political association without fear of partisan reprisal.”

Education Leftist Virtue(!) Opinion Politics Reprints from others.

Parents RISE UP and Send Scott Wiener CRYING as They Defeat California’s Vaccine Consent Bill

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The Vigilant Fox

Parents RISE UP and Send Scott Wiener CRYING as They Defeat California’s Vaccine Consent Bill

“This is symbolic that you cannot get between a parent and our children.”

Child exploitation suffered a crushing defeat Wednesday after several parent organizations rallied in Sacramento against California Senate Bill 866.

The controversial bill would have allowed minors as young as 15 (12 years old was initially proposed) to agree to receive ANY vaccine without their parent’s consent. But it was pulled by State Senator Scott Wiener just hours before the vote.

Wiener stated he pulled the bill because of “death threats, harassment, and a lack of vote.” But in reality, he was just being a sore loser.

“We’re close but a couple votes short on our teen vaccine bill (SB 866) on the Assembly floor. We’re thus moving the bill to inactive.

The anti-vaxxer harassment campaign worked this time, at the expense of teen health. We lost this round but aren’t going anywhere.”

“A couple votes short,” he said. But that’s not true, according to fellow California politician (D) Patrick O’Donnell.

“Believe me… it was more than a couple votes short!”

In fact, opposition to this bill had BIPARTISAN support from both Democrats and Republicans. No matter what Scott Wiener would like to tell you, it was a very UNPOPULAR bill!


To discuss the impact of this historic victory, co-founder and executive director of PERK, Amy Bohn, joined Del Bigtree on the Highwire.

“Now I don’t know what you feel about being called an anti-vaxxer, Del commented. “But I would call that a win. And I hope there’s a lot of people that are dancing in the streets over this when that happened yesterday (8/31).”

Amy replied:

“I don’t really care what he [Scott Wiener] calls us at this point. All that matters is that there was a massive army of parents and organizations, hundreds of organizations, fighting this together. He’s a poor loser right now because we defeated his bill, and it was a group effort.

Freedom Angels were up at the Capitol till midnight almost every single day. Our group was in charge of so many aspects and pivotal moments along the way. Facts, law, truth, justice, this is something that it really doesn’t matter what they call us. The stigma doesn’t matter because we actually have power now.

We have a presence at the Capitol; we have a presence in the media. And it’s because of everyone. It’s historic! Honestly, this is a historic moment for California, and I think that Senator Wiener is just trying to downplay it. But the truth is, he didn’t have the votes! And he was short by probably a lot more than just a few.”

Del responded, “I really think this is the biggest win.”

“This was the next step in this sort of agenda to separate the children from the parents — to basically state the government owns your child. They’re property of the government of California, and they’re not of the parents. Therefore, we should be able to get them to do things and then hide those things from their own parents.

How big do you think this is? When we were watching California go through this on the front lines?

“Oh, this is historic right now,” Amy said.

“That’s what’s happening. And you were talking about the political lines, Republican, Democrat. The reason why we won in California right now is because those lines didn’t matter. The Democrats were unified with the Republicans with bipartisan opposition to this bill. So that shows you that if that can happen in California, the ripple effect of that — and even just the fact that we won here together with everybody — that can happen across the entire country.

So no longer just your political affiliation or political party is going to be what decides these things, the outcome was decided — of course, it related to the votes — [but] because of the Democrats. It was everybody together, and they had to oppose this bill with their colleagues in order for it to be defeated. I think that’s part of [why] we made history yesterday.”

I agree, Amy. It was historic. We can barely get Democrats and Republicans to agree on anything these days, but the fact that parents rallied together in the state of CALIFORNIA to oppose such a bill just goes to show how unified our country is on medical freedom.

If parents in California are thinking like this, you know darn well that every other state is thinking the same way.

It’s truly something beautiful, and it makes me very optimistic that any subsequent vaccine bills that violate medical freedom and ethics are sure to be met with BACKLASH and bound to fail.

Thanks, Amy, for your efforts and the amazing news.


I have left my day job in the healthcare industry

Biden Pandemic Economy Reprints from others.

Monday. Letters to the Editor.

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Once upon a time, 26 Democrats decided to run for president and defeat the great threat to socialism.

As Democrats attacked one another, the DNC decided it needed somebody with a great resume, name recognition who wanted the job so badly he easily could be controlled: Joe Biden. And by the way, his running mate will be a female of color: Kamala Harris. She has only

1 percent of the vote, but she fit the bill.

The DNC had to work fast to shore up support from the other 25; some hung on until forced out. Others, like Pete Buttigieg, accepted jobs in the new administration. They assembled the PR team of CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, social media and major newspapers. The smear campaign began.

They used the FBI to get info on Trump and arrest his friends. The FBI had no factual evidence to arrest Trump, so innuendo was enough if the PR team blew it up. Anything bad about Biden was quashed — like Hunter’s laptop. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg recently testified the FBI told him the laptop story was Russian disinformation to help Trump, so stay away from it. And he did.

The American public knew nothing about the laptop, but they know plenty about the Russia link to Trump cooked up by Hillary’s campaign. The story later was disproven, and Hunter’s laptop is a treasure trove of evidence about the Biden crime family.

But alas, the plan worked and Biden beat his opponent.

The DNC and others (Hillary? George Soros? Obama?) now run the show. All progressive things Obama wanted are happening. The country, as we knew it, is in shambles.

Millions of immigrants have crossed our border illegally from 155 countries, carrying fentanyl with them. Fentanyl caused over 100,000 overdose deaths last year. It is packaged in colors to look like candy and appeal to younger crowds.

Inflation and gasoline are the highest in 40 years. Supply chain shortages are on everything. Crime is the worst ever, especially murder. Leading cause of death for young black men is murder. That is a sobering thought. The nuclear family — mom, dad and kids — is now a racist lifestyle.

Progressive Democrats calling shots are dismantling everything we have worked for. Biden doesn’t know what is happening. When reporters ask him questions, he lies. But they might not be lies, since he doesn’t know the truth.

While America is burning to the ground, Biden vacations in a $20 million mansion in North Carolina. Then he goes to his summer home in Delaware and rides his bike on the beach.

Keep up the good work.


Economy Opinion Politics Reprints from others.

California demands EVs, but can’t even keep the power on

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SACRAMENTO – One of the mainstays of California’s state government is the obvious disconnect between its leaders’ highfalutin rhetoric – and the real-world results we see here on our streets. The state promises to lead the world in combatting climate change, fighting homelessness, ending income inequality, promoting economic innovation and you name it.

“Look, people have always looked to California for inspiration,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said during his March State of the State address. “California is doing what we have done for generations, lighting out the territory ahead of the rest, expanding the horizon of what’s possible.”

It makes you wonder where the governor is living. One can consult myriad sources to see that we lead the nation – but not in an inspirational way. We have the largest homeless population, with cities overrun by tent encampments. We have the nation’s highest income inequality and least-affordable housing. Our population is falling and businesses pursue their innovations elsewhere.

The most obvious example of this “look how great we are, but don’t look too closely” process came in recent weeks, as the California Air Resources Board (CARB) announced new clear-air regulations. The Advanced Clean Cars II rule will – let’s say it altogether now – lead the nation and perhaps the entire world on a path to a carbon-free future.

In implementing Newsom’s 2020 executive order, CARB has issued “trailblazing” rules that put “California on a path to rapidly growing the zero-emission car, pickup truck and SUV market and deliver cleaner air and massive reductions in climate-warming pollution.” It establishes a “roadmap so that by 2035 100 percent of new cars and light trucks sold in California will be zero-emission vehicles.”

That means California will ban the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles, just as it has banned the sale of new lawnmowers and other power equipment that’s powered by gasoline engines. It’s the state’s latest attempt at technology forcing – “a strategy where a regulator specifies a standard that cannot be met with existing technology, or at least not at an acceptable cost,” as Science Direct explains.

Governments can’t even competently provide the services they are more than adequately funded to provide, yet presume to tell industry what to do. CARB admits the “timeline is ambitious,” but says it’s “achievable.” Fortunately, the same bureaucrats who mistakenly sent out as much as $31 billion in unemployment benefits aren’t responsible for building and marketing the electric replacement vehicles.

The CARB press release was filled with the usual grandiosity about California “leading the nation,” “groundbreaking strategies” and “environmental justice,” but another recent press release from another California entity offered a more realistic take on what the future might hold as the state forces all of us into buying electric vehicles.

“California and the West are expecting extreme heat that is likely to strain the grid with increased energy demands,” according to an August 30 statement from the California Independent System Operator (ISO). “The top three conservation actions are set the thermostats to 78 degrees or higher, avoid using large appliances and charging electric vehicles, and turn off unnecessary lights,” it continued (italics added).

To put a finer point on it, the same week that California policy makers announced an ambitious plan to shift California’s 27-million drivers into electric vehicles or plug-in hybrids, they also announced that Californians who currently own electric vehicles better not charge them for several days because the grid can’t handle the load. Isn’t that just so California?

The state’s small gasoline engine ban also is instructive. Those CARB rules go into effect in 2024 (or whenever the agency determines it to be feasible), but we’re already seeing the impact of the coming change. Consumers are stocking up on gas-powered mowers and generators. (Never mind how odd it is to require electric generators given that people use such generators to provide electricity when the lights go out.)


Manufacturers and retailers already are adjusting to the coming ban. They cost significantly more than gas-powered mowers and can cut significantly less. CARB is right that prices ultimately will come down, just as EV vehicle prices will fall as competition heats up. But instead of sparking an electric revolution, the rules will benefit wealthy people who can afford the extra cost – and encourage everyone else to nurse along their aging equipment.


But don’t worry. CARB is offering public subsidies so that poor and disadvantaged Californians can make the transition to electric vehicles. Not only will that tap the budget, but there won’t possibly be enough subsidies to go around. CARB also promises that EVs will ultimately cost less to operate, which may be true until one considers the cost of a $20,000 replacement battery.

The market already is moving in the EV direction, so the state should just let companies do their thing. Now if we can only figure out a way for the state to keep the electricity running.

Steven Greenhut is Western region director for the R Street Institute and a member of the Southern California News Group editorial board. Write to him at

Progressive Racism Reprints from others.

Duke volleyball player’s racial slur allegation receives pushback from witnesses: report.

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This is a FOX News Report. Very interesting.

Witnesses have reportedly come forward saying no racial slurs were heard during the BYU-Duke women’s volleyball match last Friday, in which Duke’s Rachel Richardson, the only Black starter for the Blue Devils, said she was heckled throughout “the entirety of the match.”

Richardson said in a statement that BYU officials were not quick enough to address the situation upon the initial grievance from the Duke bench. BYU noted that the fan, who the Salt Lake Tribune said was a Utah Valley University student sitting in the student section, was banned from all athletic venues on campus.

The BYU Cougar Chronicle — a  student newspaper at the university — said “a source inside the BYU athletic department” said: “Ms. Richardson complained of hearing a racial slur during the second set but didn’t not point anyone out. Officials discussed briefly and stationed policemen there…there were no more complaints until after the match.”

The Chronicle spoke to several students seated in the student section during the game that claimed they “heard absolutely nothing,” and that the banned fan did not yell a racial slur before being escorted out of the game.

The fan was escorted out of Smith Fieldhouse due to “interfering with guests,” not for shouting racial slurs, said the BYU Athletics official. BYU officials said that several athletic employees have been going through footage of the game and have yet to find any evidence of racial slurs being shouted.

“Various BYU Athletics employees have been reviewing video from BYUtv and other cameras in the facility that the volleyball team has access to for film review,” BYU officials said in a statement. “This has been ongoing since right after the match on Friday night. The person who was banned was the person identified by Duke as using racial slurs. However, we have been unable to find any evidence of that person using slurs in the match.”

Here’s who they are attacking.

There is also the police report from BYU police Det. Sgt. Richard Laursen, who stood next to the banned fan throughout the fourth set, saying the man may have “(A)sparger syndrome or could have autism,” per the Deseret News. The BYU athletics official also told the BYU student-led newspaper the man was mentally challenged. 

“When a mentally challenged fan approached a Duke player, the Duke team then suddenly recognized the handicapped man’s ‘voice’ as the same one shouting slurs,” the BYU Athletics official told the Chronicle. “They never saw or pointed out a face, just a voice. They banned this man. Not for slurs, but for interfering with visiting guests. BYU Athletics staff went through footage of the entire game and the man Duke identified was never seated in the student section. Her story doesn’t add up, BYU banned an innocent man to appease the mob and make their PR mess go away. While I don’t know if Ms. Richardson genuinely misheard something or intentionally made up this story, it certainly does not constitute the criticism BYU has gotten. There is zero evidence of a slur being said. Not a single witness, besides Ms. Richardson, has come forth. Not a single cell phone video or BYUtv’s several camera angles caught a single thing. How unlikely when this person supposedly said a slur during ‘every single serve.'”

Complete article can be found here.




Biden Pandemic Corruption COVID Medicine Opinion Politics Progressive Racism Reprints from others.

The Purge: Biden Admin vax mandates were used to suppress dissent, produce ideological conformity.

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I want to thank one of the writers from Substack for this great article.

For several months, The Dossier has reported on the unscientific, political mRNA mandates being pursued by executive branch agencies within the Biden Administration, particularly the Department of Defense, which has unlawfully forced active duty service members to get injected with the gene juice.

The Dossier
Biden Admin officials scramble to escape blame for unlawful Pentagon order mandating mRNA for troops
Lawyers representing America’s service members are beginning to produce victories defending the U.S. Armed Forces against forced compliance with biomedical gene therapy experiments, and suddenly, nobody in the Pentagon wants to take accountability for their legally dubious mRNA injection order…

Read more

It seemed obvious to anyone thinking clearly about this issue that the government’s mRNA mandates, especially in the military, are being leveraged to create ideological conformity within the ranks. Clearly, “readiness” is not a serious explanation for the mRNA mandate, given the minuscule threat posed by the coronavirus to young men, coupled with the troubling side effect profile of the shots.

The Dossier
Military whistleblowers: DOD’s legally dubious mRNA mandate has harmed readiness, produced widespread injuries
A group of active U.S. military pilots are coming forward as whistleblowers to challenge both the legal and moral nature of the Department of Defense mRNA mandate, and they’ve produced some shocking testimonials that challenge virtually all of the mainstream narratives about a supposedly “safe and effective” mRNA vaccine…

Read more

Picket reported, via a whistleblower, that this is exactly what is happening at the FBI. This newly fired agent was allegedly dismissing unvaccinated agents to ensure political compliance within the Bureau.

The agent was allegedly “known for pushing out unvaccinated agents from the FBI’s election squad whom he suspected to be Trump supporters,” the story reads.

This is the real reason for the mRNA mandate. It’s the best way to clean house, ideologically.

Through an even wider scope, COVID Mania as a whole has involved powerful enterprises conducting routine power grabs, dividing up civil society, and installing political compliance tests into every avenue of daily life. The FBI’s reported role in this process serves as just one example of many more to come.

It all began on August 24, 2021, when Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin issued a memo mandating mRNA “vaccination” for the active military, but with the stipulation that this mandate only applied to fully licensed products. This was because, as The Dossier understands, it is illegal to force service members to take an EUA vaccine.

Sec Def Lloyd Austin memo

The Sec Austin memo and the guidance that followed created an issue, because, as The Dossier readers are well aware of by now, the FDA licensed versions of the mRNA shots never actually made it to market, rendering the initial vaccine mandate useless.

This is where the infamous September 14, 2021 memo comes into play.

Dr Terry Adirim, the woman who signed the memo, is a devoted democrat political activist and, as a medical doctor, advocates for “gender-affirming prescriptions” for “transgender” children. At the time, she was the acting assistant secretary of defense for health affairs (under a Biden political appointment). Adirim’s memo attempted to justify mandating EUA shots as if they were FDA approved.

Terry Adirim Twitter profile

Dr Adirim’s deceptive memo described the EUA and FDA licensed vaccines as “interchangeable,” adding that the Defense Department can “use doses distributed under the EUA to administer the vaccination series as if the doses were the licensed vaccine.” Adirim failed to note that the EUA vaccines were only administratively interchangeable, but not *legally* interchangeable, as made clear by the FDA. This should have rendered any mandate unenforceable.

In other documents and statements, she routinely made claims that FDA licensed vaccines were available to troops, when that was not in fact the case.

Following the mRNA injection order, untold thousands of service members were coerced — under threat of both administrative and criminal action — to take a “vaccine” that they wanted no part of. Unsurprisingly, this mandatory novel gene therapy injection has harmed combat readiness and produced widespread, serious, long term injuries throughout the armed forces.

The Dossier
Military whistleblowers: DOD’s legally dubious mRNA mandate has harmed readiness, produced widespread injuries
A group of active U.S. military pilots are coming forward as whistleblowers to challenge both the legal and moral nature of the Department of Defense mRNA mandate, and they’ve produced some shocking testimonials that challenge virtually all of the mainstream narratives about a supposedly “safe and effective” mRNA vaccine…

Read more

The Pentagon’s unlawful order is being challenged in court by lawyers representing all branches of the military. On Thursday, the Marine Corps became the latest service branch granted a class wide injunction against the mandate.

Since leaving the Pentagon, Adirim has sought to distance herself from the letter, claiming that “crazy” attempts to hold her accountable are misguided, because it was “The Secretary” (Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin) who “directed vaccinations.” Neither Austin nor the Pentagon has confirmed that the Secretary of Defense ordered Adirim to sign off on the unlawful mandate.

Adirim remains in government as the program executive director of the VA’s Electronic Health Record Modernization Integration Office. As a government official, both she and the Secretary of Defense are easily accessible to testify via a congressional subpoena, should congress want to investigate their controversial memos. As Adirim’s memo has come under scrutiny, she has decided to lock her social media accounts.

Who, if anyone, will be held accountable?





Opinion Reprints from others.

North Dakota Citizens Fight Back Against Chinese Company; Suspicious Detail of Planned Corn Mill Emerges

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North Dakota residents are attempting to keep a company allegedly affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party from building a corn mill in their state, suspiciously far from supplies of the crop, some say, but extremely close to a U.S. Air Force base.

Chinese manufacturer Fufeng USA, which makes food for animals, according to the Grand Forks, North Dakota, city website, has purchased a 370-acre site with plans to build a $700 million corn mill, Fox News reported.

Yet state and local officials say the company had ties to the CCP, according to Fox, and it all has the local community concerned.

First and foremost, the site is just 12 miles from the Grand Forks Air Force Base.

The base houses top secret drone technology, Fox News reported. For that reason, many citizens believe the possible presence of a Chinese company could present a national security threat.

Ben Grzadzielewski, a Grand Forks resident who is working with a legal team seeking to stop the project, laid out other concerns for the local community.

“In terms of Grand Forks, its water use, pollution, and smell,” Grzadzielewski told Fox News. “In terms of national, it is security.

“Everyone should be worried nationally about the security issues as well as locally.”

Citizens from the community are attempting to collect signatures for a petition to try to bring the proposed corn mill to a vote, according to Fox. In addition, they are suing the city of Grand Forks to stop the project.

I’m not going to say that economic development isn’t a good thing,” Grzadzielewski said. “But at what cost?”

Security threats and pollution concerns are not the only factors calling the proposed corn mill into question.

The Chinese company offered more than $26,000 an acre

Frank Matejecks, who owns Red River Angus Farm just across from the 370-acre site Fufeng purchased, told Fox there was another detail about the deal that doesn’t look right.

“There will never be enough corn from the growers around here to facilitate that plant, ever,” Matejeck told Fox News.

While Matejeck said the land Fufeng purchased was “some of the best farmland in the country,” he added the land did not include an abundance of corn crops, making the decision to build a corn mill there questionable.

Before Fufeng purchased the land, it was owned by three local farmers, Fox News reported. They were not trying to sell the property at the time, but the Chinese company offered more than $26,000 an acre, which was significantly more than the average price according to Fox News.

Community members have put out yard signs condemning the Fufeng’s plans, and some have even spoken out against the proposed deal at local council meetings.

“This is crazy,” a citizen said a recent meeting according to Fox News. “You people want to bring communist China to Grand Forks. They kill people in communist China.”

The battle against the proposal extends to Washington, D.C.

North Dakota Republican Sen. Kevin Cramer, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, is against the deal.

“The China of today is not the China of decades ago,” Cramer said. “China has demonstrated real aggression.”

On the Senate Intelligence Committee, both Chairman Sen. Mark Warner, a Democrat, and ranking Republican Sen. Marco Rubio oppose the deal, according to CNBC.

Sen. Mike Rounds, a South Dakota Republican, has introduced a bill that would prevent companies affiliated with China, Russia, Iran and North Korea from buying American farmland, according to the Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Issues that even have the potential to unite Republicans and Democrats in Washington are few and far between these days, underscoring just how broad the opposition to the Grand Forks plan is.

And with good reason.

Americans deserve to feel safe at home, and a Chinese company spending hundreds of millions to build a corn mill near an Air Force base is suspicious, at best.

The community around Grand Forks is right to be fighting.

And the rest of the country should be paying attention.

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