Dozens of military members express concerns about mandatory vaccinations

U.S. 08/30/21, 16:55

Following the announcement of mandatory vaccinations given to the military by Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, dozen of them voiced their concerns and complaints to Rep. Thomas Massie, (R-Ky). Massie received the communications at a roundtable before which the participants remained anonymous to avoid reprisal for their opinions, but their authenticity ...

Tunisia’s government collapses after violent Covid-19 protests

Africa 07/30/21, 16:14

Following violent massive protests on Sunday, July 25, Tunisia's president fired the prime minister and suspended parliament. The government's response towards a recent surge of CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus (COVID-19) infections has contributed to the country's economic and social issues and led to the frustration. Tunisia's President Kais Saied has stated ...

Rasmussen: Biden’s job approval falls to new low

U.S. 07/29/21, 01:48

President Joe Biden’s job performance fell to a new low on Wednesday, July 28, a half of a year since he took office, according to a survey by Rasmussen Reports. The daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows that 46% of “Likely U.S. Voters” approve the job President Biden is doing, the lowest ...

VP Harris quotes Bible to push Americans to get COVID-19 vaccines

U.S. 07/21/21, 16:05

Vice President Kamala Harris has used the Bible as a reference to urge more people to get vaccines as the Biden administration is seeking to pursue a bolder push to the COVID-19 vaccination agenda. “I do believe that that act of getting vaccinated is the very essence of what the Bible ...

Bill Gates funded project to store vaccine history inside patient’s skin

U.S. 07/20/21, 22:55

In December 2019, it became public that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation provided funding for a project that aims to store a person's vaccination history in a dye pattern, invisible to the naked eye, which is administered under the skin. This "specialized dye," which would be administered along with a ...

Vaccinating children to protect adults poses too high a risk, say experts

World 07/19/21, 15:52

The claim that vaccinating children against COVID-19 (CCP Virus) will protect adults is hypothetical, and the purported benefits to the adult population do not outweigh the risks of potential adverse effects to children, three health professionals argue in an article published by Children Health Defense. Elia Abi-Jaoude of the Department of ...

Pfizer discusses booster COVID-19 shots with federal health officer

News 07/13/21, 02:12

Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer scheduled a meeting with the U.S. health official on Monday, July 12 seeking for an approval for the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine as cases rise across the country. Pfizer previously asserted that a booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine is needed within 12 months. They learned from ...

Thousands of COVID-19 ‘Vaccine’ victims in the US are pleading for help

U.S. 07/11/21, 02:32

Over six months into the mass immunization campaign with the experimental, non-FDA-approved COVID-19 shots, tens of thousands of victims are speaking out, regretting their decisions, and begging for help. In the past, people speaking out were mostly parents of vaccine-damaged children. Now those speaking out are mostly adults who have had ...

The Vatican stepping up its crusade against vaccine hesitancy

Europe 07/04/21, 02:22

The Pontifical Academy for Life (PAL) is intensifying its campaign against so-called vaccine hesitancy by enlisting scientists from globalist organizations to combat "anti-vaxxers," whom they accuse of spreading "misinformation and fake news." While scientists struggled to provide adequate answers to questions about the experimental vaccines' safety and efficacy, PAL head Abp. ...

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