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CNN commentator attacks CNN medical expert for being truthful.

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In case you haven’t heard, the CNN medical expert went on a podcast of a Conservative blogger. There he admitted that the medically prescribed medicine that he took wasn’t the horse dewormer, but a dose of medicine that was given under a doctor care.

Well the affirmative leftist on CNN lost it. How dare someone from CNN tell the truth on a Conservative venue. Now Gupta did not back up what he said earlier, but continued the attack on the medically prescribed drug in a human dose.


Here’s what Gupta said before the backtrack.

Rogan confronted CNN’s chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta over the network’s coverage of his bout with the virus, falsely claiming Rogan used “horse dewormer” instead of the common human form of ivermectin, something Gupta conceded his CNN colleagues should not have said.

“Does it bother you that the network you work for out and out lied, just outright lied about me taking horse dewormer?” Rogan grilled Gupta.

“They shouldn’t have said that,” Gupta admitted. “Why did they do that?” Rogan asked. “I don’t know,” Gupta responded. “You didn’t ask? You’re the medical guy over there!” Rogan exclaimed. “I didn’t ask,” Gupta said. “I should’ve asked before coming on this podcast.”






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Couric admits coverup. Left hiding the truth from their leftist cult followers.

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Being one who has exposed lies from the left and got a White Plantationist ( white liberal ) banned on four different Liberal news venues, I actually understand why Couric did what she did. I personally know of a obscure left wing blog that on a daily basis takes actual facts and turns them sideways. I guess that’s done to keep the 15-20 followers of that blog to stay loyal.

For those who don’t know, Couric left out comments that RGB made that would surprise those on the left. What were they?

The athletes, Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, showed contempt for those who “made it possible for their parents and grandparents.”

In the interview — which was published by Yahoo News, where Couric was global news anchor at the time — she asked Ginsburg about then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and others who refused to stand during the playing of the national anthem before NFL games. Replied Ginsburg: “I think it’s really dumb of them.”

In this 2016 photo, Katie Couric (left), shown while serving as global news anchor for Yahoo news, interviews Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Photo: Screenshot/Yahoo News)
In this 2016 photo, Katie Couric (left), shown while serving as global news anchor for Yahoo news, interviews Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Photo: Screenshot/Yahoo News)

“Would I arrest them for doing it? No,” Ginsburg elaborated. “I think it’s dumb and disrespectful. I would have the same answer if you asked me about flag burning. I think it’s a terrible thing to do, but I wouldn’t lock a person up for doing it. I would point out how ridiculous it seems to me to do such an act.”

Couric then asked, “But when it comes to these football players, you may find their actions offensive, but what you’re saying is, it’s within their rights to exercise those actions?”

“Yes,” said Ginsburg. “If they want to be stupid, there’s no law that should be preventive. If they want to be arrogant, there’s no law that prevents them from that. What I would do is strongly take issue with the point of view that they are expressing when they do that.”

One of the reasons Couric edited the comments? Couric claims that Ginsburg, who was 83 at the time, was ‘elderly and probably didn’t fully understand the question’ 

Couric said she was conflicted because, as a Supreme Court Justice, Ginsburg’s thoughts were important for people to hear, but as a fan, she allowed her personal politics to influence her editing decision. In closing, According to a new report in The Daily Mail, Couric writes in her memoir that she edited out the comments because they were “unworthy of a crusader for equality” like Ginsburg.

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School board meetings show only that freedom is messy.

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Original Washington Examiner can be found here.


More and more school boards are defying the voters who put them in. Also we see that many of the board members don’t have children in the school systems. So what’s the answer?

Twenty years ago, Paul Carson said he never would have hesitated speaking out at a school board meeting about any issue affecting his children’s education.

But one day, that changed. “I just don’t do it,” Carson told me. A physician who practices medicine in an urban Pittsburgh hospital, Carson said it has nothing to do with his being 20 years older. “It has everything to do with the culture we are navigating.”

Anyone, he said, can take a video of what you say, edit it to his or her advantage, then post it on social media. Or they can just simply claim on social media that you are a racist or extremist because you express an opinion outside the sensitivities of the cultural curators who define what is acceptable and what is not in our country.

When Carson used a media platform in discussions about school district issues , as he did last year when the children in the Pittsburgh Public Schools went for months without in-person education, he said he had to be “profoundly cautious” in expressing his views.

AG Garland is now using the FBI against parents on the grounds that school board members feel threatened. But what does “threatened” look like? Is it someone yelling at you? Disagreeing with you? Holding an opposing opinion? Who is defining those threats?

This memo wasn’t just designed to target those who would commit violence. It was also clearly designed to stop regular people with real concerns from voicing those concerns because of the fear anything they say will deem them a domestic terrorist, an event that would destroy their personal, community, and professional lives.

It is downright chilling to think that there are parents out there who are worried that they are going to end up on a government list or under some type of government scrutiny if they decide to go into a school board meeting to give a public comment on an issue.

It is inconceivable that the federal government today wants to squash that freedom through vague rules and intimidation. Garland seems to be making the calculation that the parents of this world will cower under the concern the government is watching them. Edited.

In the beginning, maybe they will. But in the long run, the air of intimidation probably won’t last. There comes a point when those feeling the threat go from being on the fringe of society to being the majority.

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Newsom does something right. Issues 138 offshore well permits.

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Like a clock even the governor of California sometimes gets it right. Newsom issued 138 offshore well permits. “Governor Newsom has issued 138 permits for wells located offshore,” according to Kyle Ferrar, Western program coordinator for the FracTracker Alliance. “This includes five new drilling permits and 133 permits to perform work on existing offshore wells.

Onshore Newsom has issued over 9,000 permits. Knowing California has enough oil on and off shore, the governor needs to double what he’s already issued.

But California has two loon groups trying to send California back to the stone age.

Consumer Watchdog and FracTracker Alliance are among a coalition of groups calling on Newsom to issue a mandatory 2,500-foot setback between oil drilling operations and communities. Up to one mile would be preferable based on the evidence, they argue.



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Joe and the fake White House.

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The man’s whole political life has been a lie, why would this be any different? Joe just can’t tell or show it how it really is.

This picture says it all. Fake News.


In addition to Biden, Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen have been photographed using the set alongside the president for events there.

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Thank Joe Biden and the left. Crime surge nationwide. Especially in the cities.

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Thank Joe Biden and the left. Crime surge nationwide. Especially in the cities. 2020 was the year of the BLM and Antifa race wars. Wars against Police and Capitalism. Well since Joe came into office, it hasn’t let up. If you don’t believe me, even CNN gets it for once.

The number of homicides continues to rise in major American cities following a year that saw a record increase in homicides across the country, according to a report published Thursday by the Council on Criminal Justice.

A study of homicides during the first six months of this year in 22 cities showed that the number of murders increased by 16% compared to the same period in 2020 and by 42% compared to the first six months of 2019.



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Reprint. Dr. Fauch Finally Gets Exposed How The Dr. Mengele Of Our Days Got Caught Lying To Congress. Edited.

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Emerald Robinson is the White House correspondent for Newsmax – the 3rd largest cable news network in America. She was previously the White House correspondent for One America News.


As many of you know, I was the first reporter who asked President Trump about Dr. Fauci and the NIH funding the Wuhan Lab of Virology in China at a White House press briefing. My question is widely credited with ending US taxpayer funding to the Wuhan Lab (at least temporarily). It was April 17, 2020. I had asked President Trump the following question:

“The NIH under the Obama administration in 2015 gave that lab [the Wuhan Institute of Virology] $3.7 million in a grant. Why would the U.S. give a grant like that to China?”

“We will end that grant very quickly,” President Trump replied. “It was granted quite awhile ago,” he added. “Who was president then, I wonder?” The grant funding was canceled almost overnight.

My question set off a firestorm in the media. I was denounced as a conspiracy theorist by several corporate media outlets. Vanity Fair ran crappy articles about it. I was the subject of lame fact-checks by bogus organizations. The antiquated TV news show 60 Minutes even had their correspondent Scott Pelley attempt to discredit my question in a segment that painted the nefarious “gain of function” researcher Peter Daszak as a hero.

It turned out that I was right and all those media outlets were wrong. It’s always been perfectly obvious that COVID-19 came from the Wuhan lab in China but America’s national security state didn’t want you to know your tax dollars were funding bioweapons research conducted by the Chinese Communist Party.

It’s also been obvious that Dr. Fauci was lying to the American public about absolutely everything. (Dr. Fauci has funded grafting the scalps of aborted babies onto the backs of lab rats — in case you’re wondering about his ethics.) His previous statements of support for “gain of function” research were all over the Internet hiding in plain sight. The fear of Fauci’s experiments was bipartisan too. The research that Fauci funded on weaponizing the bat coronavirus was so dangerous that even liberals disliked it. A broad spectrum of concerned scientists had convinced the Obama Administration to stop it in 2014.

Who had wanted to start it again under the Trump Administration? Fauci himself.

This led to an insane media scenario that future historians will write about for years: Americans were told to take medical advice on COVID-19 from the same guy who funded the creation of COVID-19. That’s right: one man funded the genetic weaponization of bat coronaviruses in China and, when the mutant virus “escaped” from the lab, one man helped create experimental vaccines — and he makes royalty money from those vaccines! How’s that for a conflict of interest?

In July 2020, Judicial Watch received a trove of NIH emails through a FOIA request that showed the high level funding and coordination with China over “gain of function” research. The NIH had provided at least nine grants to the Wuhan Lab (via 3rd parties like EcoHealth Alliance) for bat coronavirus research. (Officials at the Wuhan Lab had even asked NIH for help with disinfectants!) The emails also showed that NIH officials tailored confidentiality forms to help China control information about COVID-19.

It was now obvious that Fauci and the NIH had funded research that “was clearly part of a bio-weapons program” as Gordon Chang told Newsmax recently. “It’s indefensible what we did. This stuff you can’t do in the USA. What Fauci was doing was saying ‘I want to help China’s biological weapons program by doing this in China!’”

It took a year but Fauci’s lies are now collapsing around him in 2021. The American people know that he funded the Wuhan lab. They know that he pushed for bat coronaviruses to be weaponized. He knew the risks. He just didn’t care. Fauci is not just morally responsible, he’s directly responsible for the man-made COVID-19 pandemic and 3 million deaths around the world.

The credit for exposing the lies of Dr. Fauci should go to many people, of course, but Senator Rand Paul should be mentioned this year in particular. Alone among his Senate colleagues, Rand Paul has sparred with Fauci in public over the latter’s medical advice and funding priorities. In testimony before Congress on May 11th and later, Rand Paul cornered Fauci on a number of issues. Fauci’s insane denialism and hubris were on full display, with statements like “I do not favor gain of function research in China” impossible to explain or walk back. Clearly, the blanket corporate media immunity that Fauci had enjoyed for a year went to his head, as they say.

We must heed Paul’s warnings to Fauci from those Senate hearings for ourselves too: “You do support [gain of function research] in the US. We have 11 labs doing it and you have allowed it here. You are fooling with Mother Nature here. You are allowing super viruses to be created with a 15% mortality. It’s very dangerous. It was a huge mistake to share this with China, and it’s a huge mistake to allow this to continue in the United States.”

Senator Paul recently sent a criminal referral to the Department of Justice to investigate Fauci for lying to Congress after Fauci’s latest testimony (a felony by the way). Whatever the DOJ does with that referral, it’s obvious that Fauci is guilty: there’s two decades of his public statements and his scientific conference lectures that cannot be easily disappeared. And now we have 900 more emails unearthed by The Intercept and released yesterday to confirm the depth of Fauci’s deceptions.

One thing’s for sure: when the American people finally learn the truth about Dr. Fauci and the experiments he funded, there must be a reckoning for the US federal government and for the sciences funded by our government. The truth is so awful and dangerous that it must be confronted: American taxpayers actually paid the Chinese Communist Party to create COVID-19. Why in the world would our government do such a thing? Why in the world would we allow it to continue? Fauci’s lies to Congress (and his emails) are not only the death-blow to his own credibility but to the credibility of the corporate media which amplified every lie he told the American public, and to the credibility of our intel agencies which hid the truth, and to our national security state which got in bed with China to make bioweapons in the first place.

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Drone strike appears to have killed an Afghan who worked for a US aid group. Not ISIS-X

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NY Times article here.

Drone strike appears to have killed an Afghan who worked for a US aid group. Not ISIS-X. According to an extensive NY Times investigation, Joe messed up big time. There may no have been an Issis-X terrorist, but a person who worked for a US aid group.

The U.S. government’s account of a drone strike launched against a suspected terrorist in Afghanistan toward the end of the military withdrawal from Kabul is being challenged by a report suggesting the victim was not a threat to the United States.

According to a New York Times report, the drone attack that American officials said killed an ISIS terrorist carrying a bomb in a car toward U.S. troops may have killed a man with no ties to ISIS and who was carrying water to family members.

Times reporting has identified the driver as Zemari Ahmadi, a longtime worker for a U.S. aid group. The evidence suggests that his travels that day actually involved transporting colleagues to and from work. And an analysis of video feeds showed that what the military may have seen was Mr. Ahmadi and a colleague loading canisters of water into his trunk to bring home to his family. Not bombs like the administration claimed.

The U.S. previously admitted that there were three civilian casualties in the strike, but the Times report says the actual number is 10. Seven of those individuals were children, including young family members of Ahmadi who relatives say had run to the car to greet him when he got home moments before the strike.

Credit…Jim Huylebroek for The New York Times

Biden Pandemic Corruption Opinion Politics Reprints from others. Uncategorized

Reprint. White House officials resist Biden’s push to purge Trump appointees.

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Original article is here.

Reprint. White House officials resist Biden’s push to purge Trump appointees. Many of these folks are former military personal. Spicer graduated from the US Navy War college. He also served 22 years in the Navy.

White House officials appointed by the 45th president are resisting Joe Biden’s push to force them out of office. Reports on Wednesday found the Biden administration told Trump appointees to either resign from military academy boards or face termination.

The move would reportedly affect up to 18 officials including Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer and Office of Management and Budget Director Russ Vought. Vought has already released a statement saying he’s serving a three-year term and Biden has no authority to remove him.

Conway also responded to reports saying she’s not resigning, but Biden should instead.

Meanwhile, Press Secretary Jen Psaki stated, “I will let others evaluate whether they think Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer and others were qualified, or not political, to serve on these boards, but the President’s qualification requirements are not your party registration, they are whether you’re qualified to serve and whether you’re aligned with the values of this administration.”

Critics added the dismissal of Trump officials from the military advisory boards is disappointing and against tradition.




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My two cents. So where’s the normalcy Joe promised us?

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So where’s the normalcy Joe promised us? Joe said he would bring us back better. He brought us back alright, but he left out the better. He was going to create millions of new jobs, get rid of COVID, end the war in Afghanistan with his 300,000 man army, and fix what he saw as a broken economy. So how did this work out?

Inflation, price increases, begging OPEC for oil, ( since he froze drilling and shut down the pipeline ). Oh and more people tested positive for COVID this holiday than last year. And there was no vaccine this time last year.

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