“2 inmates at women-only NJ prison became pregnant from transgender convict”


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I have no doubt that there are those tired of me posting about this guy, Tony Fauci. And to tell you the truth, I’m getting a bit tired of it myself. But that said, it’s every time I turn around that he’s saying something more outrageous than the last and, quite frankly, I just can’t help myself. I mean, again he’s talking about forcing people to get vaccinated. How dare he talk about forcing people to be injected with anything, but especially with a substance that, with each injection, money goes into his personal bank account. How ethical is that? And yet those in our ‘fake news’ media continue to provide him with a platform from which to spew his insanity.

And it was on Wednesday, that Fauci was again welcomed onto MSDNC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” where, during a discussion on the extreme COVID lockdowns in Communist China, he said…

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‘HE DON’T CARE WHAT BRANDON THINKS’: Watch the Video for Team DeSantis’ New Song ‘Sweet Florida’

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has a new pro-Florida, pro-DeSantis anthem out. Written by Johnny and Donnie Van Zant, “Sweet Florida” puts Biden, Fauci, and all anti-freedom fighters on blast. DeSantis shared the song on Twitter:

“Thanks to Johnny & Donnie Van Zant. I have a feeling this might be the song of the summer…”

Watch the video above and check out the lyrics below:

The press don’t like him but he sure does get my business
He stands up for what he believes
So don’t come down here trying to change things
We’re doing alright in the Sunshine State
Stay out of our business – leave our Gov alone

Down in Sweet Florida
Our Governor is Red White and Blue
Down in Sweet Florida
He’s shootin’ us straight – tellin’ us the truth

Yeah that’s right!

You can take it to the bank he don’t care what Brandon thinks at the White House
Yeah he’s fighting for the right to keep our state free
Well he’s taking on the swamp and he’s calling out Dr. Fauci
He’s the only one fightin’ for you and me

Yeah we’re free!

Down in Sweet Florida
Our Governor is Red White and Blue
Down in Sweet Florida
He’s shootin’ us straight – tellin’ us the truth

Well we ain’t been locked down – we still have our freedom
We can still see our friends and family
Our kids are in school and we can go to church on Sunday
And it’s all because DeSantis knows how to lead

Yeah we’re free!

Down in Sweet Florida
Our Governor – He’s Red White and Blue
Down in Sweet Florida
He’s shootin’ us straight – tellin’ us the truth

Down in Sweet Sweet Sweet Florida
Our Governor – He’s Red White and Blue
Down in Sweet Florida
He’s shootin’ us straight – tellin’ us the truth


Down in Sweet Florida
Well he’s kicking it up – standing up down in Florida
He’s a military man with the courage to withstand them all
Yeah we’re free in Florida
Yeah we’re free in Florida
Our Governor – He’s Red White and Blue

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January 6 Defendant Dies By Suicide


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A 37 year old who was charged in the U.S. Capitol breach reportedly died by suicide on Friday, about a month before he was scheduled to be sentenced.

Matthew Perna was charged with trespassing on the Capitol, “obstruction of an official proceeding and aiding and abetting, disorderly and disruptive conduct on a restricted building or grounds and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building,” ABC27News reported.

The defendant trespassed and participated in chanting “USA,” according to Justice Department documents. Perna apparently did not commit any violence, though he did say he “tapped” on a window in the Capitol using a “metal pole” when he was “frustrated,” documents reveal.

An obituary for the deceased published online said Perna, who always had the support of his family, “died … of a broken heart,” adding that “the justice system killed his spirit.”

“Matthew Lawrence Perna died on February 25, 2022 of a broken heart,” the obituary said. “His community (which he loved), his country, and the justice system killed his spirit and his zest for life. Matt was an amazing man! In his 37 years, he experienced more than most people do their entire lives.”

Perna was facing up to 20 years in prison, though his sentence, which was set to be doled out on April 1, was expected to be far lighter.

“The most serious charge to which Perna had pleaded guilty was a federal obstruction charge that carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison, though he likely would have received a far lighter sentence,” Law & Crime explained. “So far, three Jan. 6 defendants have pleaded guilty to this charge, and all have been sentenced to prison: Paul Hodgkins to 8 months, and Scott Fairlamb and Jacob Chansley, also known as the ‘QAnon Shaman,’ to 41 months each.”

“Perna was also charged with three misdemeanors, including disorderly conduct and entering and remaining in a restricted building or grounds,” the report added.

The obituary contends Perna’s actions were entirely peaceful on January 6, 2021, and that the Justice Department unfairly targeted him, Law & Crime highlighted. Here’s a portion of the obituary:

He attended the rally on January 6, 2021 to peacefully stand up for his beliefs. After learning that the FBI was looking for him, he immediately turned himself in. He entered the Capitol through a previously opened door (he did not break in as was reported), where he was ushered in by police. He didn’t break, touch or steal anything. He did not harm anyone, as he stayed within the velvet ropes taking pictures. For this act he has been persecuted by many members of his community, friends, relatives and people who had never met him. Many people were quietly supportive and Matt was truly grateful for them. The constant delays in hearings and postponements dragged out for over a year. Because of this, Matt’s heart broke and his spirit died and many people are responsible for the pain he endured. Matt did not have a hateful bone in his body. He embraced people of all races, income brackets and beliefs, never once berating anyone for having different views.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a free hotline for individuals in crisis or distress or for those looking to help someone else. It is available 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255.


“They’re LOSING CONTROL! HUGE Win for Trucker’s Freedom Convoy | Breakdown | Huckabee”

After Backlash, GoFundMe Says It Will Automatically Refund ‘Freedom Convoy’ Donors


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Following a backlash from GoFundMe’s decision to shut down the “Freedom Convoy” fundraiser, citing unspecified “evidence” that the protest was no longer peaceful, the fundraising website has backtracked when it comes to refunding donors.

When first announcing it was shutting down the Freedom Convoy, GoFundMe told donors they would need to use a “dedicated refund form” to request their money back, otherwise the funds would be sent to a “credible and established” charity verified by GoFundMe. On Saturday morning, however, GoFundMe changed the decision and said the funds would be automatically returned:

To simplify the process for our users, we will be refunding all donations to the Freedom Convoy 2022 fundraiser. This refund will happen automatically—you do not need to submit a request. Donors can expect to see refunds within 7-10 business days.

The update we issued earlier enabled all donors to get a refund and outlined a plan to distribute remaining funds to verified charities selected by the Freedom Convoy organizers. However, due to donor feedback, we are simplifying the process and automatically refunding donations.

As The Daily Wire previously reported, GoFundMe released a statement on Friday announcing that it had shut down the Freedom Convoy page, claiming the page violated its terms of service:

GoFundMe supports peaceful protests and we believe that was the intention of the Freedom Convoy 2022 fundraiser when it was first created.

We now have evidence from law enforcement that the previously peaceful demonstration has become an occupation, with police reports of violence and other unlawful activity.

To ensure GoFundMe remains a trusted platform, we work with local authorities to ensure we have a detailed, factual understanding of events taking place on the ground. Following a review of relevant facts and multiple discussions with local law enforcement and city officials, this fundraiser is now in violation of our Terms of Service (Term 8, which prohibits the promotion of violence and harassment) and has been removed from the platform.

Organizers provided a clear distribution plan for the initial $1M that was released earlier this week and confirmed funds would be used only for participants who traveled to Ottawa to participate in a peaceful protest. Given how this situation has evolved, no further funds will be directly distributed to the Freedom Convoy organizers — we will work with organizers to send all remaining funds to credible and established charities verified by GoFundMe.

All donors may submit a request for a full refund until February 19th, 2022 using this dedicated refund form.

GoFundMe did not provide any of the “evidence” it claimed to have showing the Freedom Convoy was no longer peaceful, nor did it specify what charities could receive the money people donated for this specific cause. It should be noted that GoFundMe didn’t cancel Black Lives Matter pages when it was clear the associated riots had become violent.

Related: West Virginia Attorney General Slams GoFundMe, Urges Residents To Report Deceptive Practices After ‘Freedom Convoy’ Page Shut Down


“Caitlyn Jenner ‘disappointed’ in NCAA regarding UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas”

“Blood On My Hands” By John Ondrasik The left wants this video removed from YouTube

WATCH: Florida Man Banned From Airline For Wearing Women’s Underwear as Covid Mask


A Florida man has finally put into use what many men have been discussing in lorckerrooms for quite sometime. Yes ladies, President Trump is 100 percent right, we’ve discussed this a lot, because it makes more sense.

The Florida man was booted off a United Airlines flight for wearing women’s underwear as his Covid-19 comfort blanket, also known as a worthless and useless face mask. But wait, there’s more.

He was also reportedly banned from the airline for failing to comply with the federal mask mandate. You know, since the masks are made from the same damn thing as women’s underwear that most people are wearing on their faces. That’s how ridiculous this scamdemic has truly become.

Adam Jenne was a passenger aboard a plane flying between Ft. Lauderdale and Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. However, the flight crew notified Jenne that his “face mask” which was actually red panties, was not compliant with the federal mask mandate that is currently in place until March of 2022.

Jenne argued that his underwear on his face was in compliance with the mask mandate and covered his mouth and nose.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

All passengers on public conveyances (e.g., airplanes, ships*, ferries, trains, subways, buses, taxis, ride-shares) traveling into, within, or out of the United States (including U.S. territories) as well as conveyance operators (e.g., crew, drivers, conductors, and other workers involved in the operation of conveyances), regardless of their vaccination status, are required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth. Unless otherwise required by the operator, or federal, State, tribal, territorial, or local government, people are not required to wear a mask when located in outdoor areas of a conveyance (if such outdoor areas exist on the conveyance).

“People must wear masks that completely cover the mouth and nose,” the CDC states. “Masks should fit snugly against the sides of the face.”

Jenne was removed from the flight and greeted by the oh so friendly Broward County Sheriff’s Office. He said he was at the gate in the Fort Lauderdale – Hollywood International Airport for “about 45 minutes.”

Jenne says that other passengers followed suit by peacefully protesting the mask mandate and taking off their face coverings. Video appears to show other passengers taking off their masks and heading to exit off the plane.

“I think it’s a testament to passengers having had enough, citizens having had enough,” Jenne told WBBH-TV. “This is just nonsense.”

United released a statement of the incident:

“The customer clearly wasn’t in compliance with the federal mask mandate and we appreciate that our team addressed the issue on the ground prior to takeoff, avoiding any potential disruptions [in] the air.”

Jenne told WFTX-TV that he received an email from United informing him that he is banned from using the airline until his case has been reviewed by the Passenger Incident Review Committee.

Jenne said he had worn the thong face mask on previous flights during the pandemic as well.

“Every single flight has been met with different reactions from the flight crew,” Jenne said. “Some with a wild appreciation, others confrontational.”

Jenne railed against the mask mandates, “It’s nonsense, it’s all nonsense. COVID doesn’t know that we’re cruising at altitude. It’s stupid, the whole thing is theater.” 

Jenne was refunded for his flight and was going to try a different airline on Thursday. 

“Hopefully, Spirit Airlines has a better sense of humor tomorrow,” he said.

Coincidentally, in the same week that Jenne was kicked off a flight for a protest against the mask mandates, CEOs of two major airlines also questioned the necessity of masks on flights.

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and Southwest CEO Gary Kelly both said that they don’t believe masks significantly prevent the transmission of COVID-19 on flights because most planes have HEPA filters

You can watch the full video from Jenne below, it’s phenomenal!


Thanks to our friends at The Blaze for contributing to this article.


EXCLUSIVE: Maxine Waters Goes Maskless On Cross-Country United Flight After Bumping Passenger From Window Seat


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Talk about a “mask off” moment for Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA). Today, an anonymous tipster passed along an exclusive photo to The Daily Wire of one of the most corrupt members of Congress not wearing a mask aboard a United flight heading from Dulles Airport to Los Angeles International — despite the FAA mask mandate in place requiring all passengers to wear one due to COVID-19 precautions.

To make matters worse for Aunty Maxine — as her fans call her — the senior Democratic representative bumped the tipster’s boyfriend from his seat next to her for reasons unexplained. Meanwhile, flight attendants hounded other passengers consistently for not wearing their masks, even in-between bites of food. Flight attendants only asked Waters to pull up her mask once the tipster pointed out the hypocrisy.

“Maxine had her mask off for at least an hour while she read her paper and took a nap,” the source told The Daily Wire. “Attendants brought her fresh coffee while she was napping and didn’t say a thing as three of them walked past and saw Maxine reading and then sleeping while she remained maskless.”

But, the source did not receive the same treatment from United Airlines.

“My nose had bled pretty early into the flight, so I later on pulled my mask down below my nose to get some cooler air,” she explained. “Within a few minutes, a flight attendant informed me I had to put my mask back on over my nose, the right way, immediately.”

The source says she pointed in the direction of Waters, indicating that she wasn’t wearing a mask as a form of protest.

The flight attendant looked at Waters and said to the woman, “Okay, but you need to put your mask on the right way.”

“I put the mask on ‘the right way’ after the flight attendant told Maxine to put her mask on,” The Daily Wire’s source added. “Maxine had been napping. She did put the mask on after the attendant interrupted her sleep and told her to do so. I think she was startled by the rude awakening.”

The source was able to snap a photo of Waters before she put her mask on:

The Daily Wire Exclusive Photo – Maxine Waters Maskless on United Flight

Readers should remember that Waters has been one of the longest and most vocal advocates of masking in public settings.

In April 2020, waters tweeted, “Take a chance. Remind an unmasked person to put on a mask & if they become angry, smile and say ‘6ft away’ & keep going.”

In May 2020, Waters took it a step further and said that not wearing a mask in public was a threat to public safety. She slammed then-President Donald Trump as being a bad role model for being seen in public without the face-covering.

“Trump is a dangerous example for children and those who tend to follow him. Not wearing a mask and not social distancing is dangerous,” she tweeted. “Do not follow his example. Protect yourself. Coronavirus kills! Maybe this ignoramus doesn’t care, but you should care about yourself!”

She doubled down on that message in June of 2020, tweeting, “Trump still refuses to wear a mask. Trump’s FAILED leadership & his unfortunate followers not wearing masks & not social distancing is responsible for the growing infections, death, & surge in #coronavirus cases.”

None of these statements were forgotten by The Daily Wire’s source, who slammed the congresswoman for her “rules-for-thee-but-not-for-me” attitude. The passenger also expressed her dissatisfaction with United’s customer service — or lack thereof.

“The injustice of being overlooked because we were not ‘important’ like Maxine, of being dismissed when my boyfriend tried to address the seat he paid for so that we could sit together, and then being roughly spoken to for having my own mask down a fraction of an inch when someone else, a well-known politician, just six feet away from me, was ‘breaking’ the required face masks on airlines was flabbergasting.”

“Flight attendants stay on you,” the source said. “If you don’t put your mask on in between bites of food or sips of drink, they will ask you to, they state so at the start of their safety guidelines before the flight.”

“But none of them once bothered Maxine when she was maskless,” she remarked. “A politician who believes in masks, but only when others wear them for her. It’s a double standard, but people seem to be blind to it.”

As for her boyfriend not getting to sit in his original seat, the source said they were able to sit near each other, but that Waters was able to sit without anybody next to her at all.

“She was in the window seat and in the middle seat was a sign that said the seat was ‘out of service’ and ‘sorry for the inconvenience.’ There was a young man in the aisle seat of that row who mid-flight agreed to switch seats with my boyfriend so the both of us could at least be across from each other.”

Recently, President Joe Biden extended the federal mask mandates for public transportation — such as airlines — into March of 2022.

The Daily Wire reached out to Waters’ office for comment but has not received one.

The Daily Wire is fighting Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate in federal court.  Join us in this fight by signing our petition to OSHA, telling them that you will not comply with this mandate.


What A Drama Queen

Is Our Justice System Broken

Texas Doctor Has Privileges Suspended For Spreading ‘Dangerous’ COVID-19 Misinformation Online

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A doctor based in Houston, Texas, has had her privileges suspended based on what hospital officials are calling the spread of “dangerous misinformation”online regarding COVID-19.

Mary Bowden, who is an ear, nose and throat doctor at Houston Methodist Hospital, shared opinions on social media on the subject of COVID-19 vaccine mandates and COVID-19 treatments. According to a hospital spokesperson who spoke with The Washington Post, “Bowden, who recently joined the hospital’s medical staff, has been suspended for ‘spreading dangerous misinformation’ and sharing ‘harmful’ personal and political opinions about the coronavirus vaccine and treatments.” 

“The physician’s privileges at Houston Methodist have been suspended,” Patti Muck said in an email, adding that the hospital granted Bowden privileges within the last year.

According to The Post, Bowden’s attorney, Steve Mitby, said his client has treated more than 2,000 COVID-19 patients and is “not anti-vaccine.”

“Like many Americans, Dr. Bowden believes that people should have a choice and believes that all people, regardless of vaccine status, should have access to the same high quality health care,” Mitby said.

As The Post notes, “Earlier this year, more than 150 health-care workers with the Houston Methodist resigned or were terminated for not complying with its vaccine mandate. The Houston-based hospital system said Bowden, who is vaccinated against the coronavirus, has never admitted a patient at the medical center, which has treated more than 25,000 covid patients. The hospital was one of the country’s first to require proof of vaccination.”

“The Houston doctor is the latest medical professional suspended for promoting coronavirus misinformation and the consumption of ivermectin, an unproven treatment the Food and Drug Administration has said can be “dangerous” and potentially fatal,” the Post noted. 

The tweets referenced by media reports include “Ivermectin might not be as deadly as everyone said it was,” which Bowden tweeted on Nov. 10. “Speak up!”

Bowden also tweeted that “Vaccine mandates are wrong,” alongside an image which read, “What the government is doing to its citizens in the United States is incomprehensible. Thank you for what you do for your patients. God bless you and your staff.”

Neither the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) nor the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recommended the use of Ivermectin as a treatment for COVID-19, and the FDA has explicitly said not to use it to treat or prevent COVID-19. 

“The FDA has not authorized or approved ivermectin for use in preventing or treating COVID-19 in humans or animals. Ivermectin is approved for human use to treat infections caused by some parasitic worms and head lice and skin conditions like rosacea,” says the FDA. “Currently available data do not show ivermectin is effective against COVID-19. Clinical trials assessing ivermectin tablets for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19 in people are ongoing.”

“Talk to your health care provider about available COVID-19 vaccines and treatment options. Your provider can help determine the best option for you, based on your health history,” says the FDA.


Barrett and Kavanaugh Supply Majority to Deny Religious-Liberty Claim on Vaccine Mandate


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(Amy Coney Barrett: Jim Lo Scalzo/Reuters; Brett Kavanaugh: Jabin Botsford/Reuters)

They joined Roberts and the Court’s progressives in declining relief to Maine health-care providers, who must now be vaccinated against their beliefs or lose their jobs.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE L ate Friday, Justices Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh joined Chief Justice John Roberts and the Supreme Court’s three progressives in denying a preliminary injunction to a group of medical professionals who sought to be exempted from Maine’s vaccine mandate because of their religious convictions.

Justice Neil Gorsuch filed a compelling dissent in the case, John Does 1-3 v. Mills, joined by his fellow conservative justices, Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito. The dissenters stressed that, besides being likely to win on the merits, the religious objectors were merely asking to maintain the status quo — to keep their jobs despite being unvaccinated — while the Court decided whether to grant a full review of their case. In turning them down, Barrett and Kavanaugh dodged the weighty civil-rights issues, seeing the case, instead, as an opportunity to gripe about the Court’s emergency docket.

Maine now requires certain health-care workers to be vaccinated or face the loss of their jobs and medical practices. Unlike many such mandates, Maine’s does not provide an exemption for religious objectors. The plaintiffs are medical professionals who object to the vaccine, and thus the mandate, based on their Christian faith. Specifically, because fetal tissue from terminated pregnancies was used in developing the approved vaccines, the plaintiffs see immunization as an implicit endorsement of abortion, in violation of their religious beliefs. The sincerity of those beliefs is not in dispute.

The plaintiffs made an emergency application for a preliminary injunction. In his dissent from the 6–3 majority’s refusal to grant that application, Gorsuch explained that the main issues on such an injunction request are whether the applicants are likely to succeed on the merits and, if so, whether they would suffer irreparable harm in the absence of an injunction. Gorsuch proceeded to make a strong case that the claimants would prevail on both issues.

Religious liberty is fundamental, expressly protected by the First Amendment. Under currently controlling precedent (which, as I’ve previously detailed, is disputed), a law that impinges on religion may survive if it is both neutral (i.e., not hostile to religion) and generally applicable (i.e., imposed on everyone equally). Maine’s vaccine mandate does not meet this standard because it provides for individualized exemptions. Though medical professionals are not excused from compliance based on their religious beliefs, they needn’t comply if they get a note from a health-care provider claiming that, in their cases, immunization “may be” medically inadvisable.

As Gorsuch elaborates, this medical exemption is remarkably lax. There is no requirement that the note explain why the health-care provider believes vaccination would entail medical risk; nor is there any limitation on what qualifies as a valid “medical” concern. As Gorsuch tartly observes, “It seems Maine will respect even mere trepidation over vaccination as sufficient, but only so long as it is phrased in medical and not religious terms.” (Emphasis in original.)

Even if a law fails to qualify as neutral and generally applicable, it can still survive a First Amendment challenge if it satisfies the Court’s “strict scrutiny” tier of review — the most demanding for state action to meet. Generally, strict scrutiny requires a state to show that (a) its law furthers a compelling government interest, and (b) the conditions imposed by the law are the least restrictive means of furthering that interest.

The dissenters were willing to stipulate that Maine has a compelling interest in halting the spread of COVID-19, but only for argument’s sake. Gorsuch, Thomas, and Alito point out that much has changed for the better since the Court presumed a compelling state interest nearly a year ago (in Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo), there now being not one but three approved vaccines, as well as greatly improved therapeutics, with more on the way. The dissenters are skeptical about the specter of “indefinite states of emergencies,” by which state power imperils civil liberties regardless of changed circumstances.

On the second test, Gorsuch demonstrated that Maine appears to fall woefully short of meeting its burden. Many states that impose a comparable mandate provide an exemption based on religious objections. The state has already exceeded the 90 percent level of vaccination compliance at designated health-care facilities that it originally claimed was necessary; even putting aside that the state never backed up this goal with evidence, forcing religious objectors to be vaccinated would not help if the goal already has been achieved. Maine, moreover, allows unvaccinated workers who have been exempted on claimed medical grounds to take other precautions, such as protective gear and regular testing, in lieu of being immunized. Clearly, there is no reason that these same alternative measures would be any less effective for workers whose exemptions were based on religious scruples instead.

Ergo, Gorsuch aptly concludes, “Maine’s decision to deny a religious exemption in these circumstances doesn’t just fail the least restrictive means test, it borders on the irrational.”

Moving on to other injunction factors (besides the plaintiffs’ likelihood of success on the merits), the dissenters pointed out that the denial of religious liberty amounts to irreparable harm under the Court’s precedents — quite apart from the fact that the medical workers are also losing their livelihoods. By contrast, the public interest would not be harmed by granting religion-based exemptions, any more than it is harmed by the health-related exemptions that the state provides.

Therefore, Justices Gorsuch, Thomas, and Alito saw no justification for refusing to grant a temporary injunction. After all, that would merely maintain the status quo until the Court could decide whether to grant review (known as certiorari) and fully consider the case on the merits.

As for the six-justice majority, it is to be expected that the Court’s three progressives (Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan) would elevate state authority over religious liberty. Nor is it surprising that Chief Justice Roberts would subordinate religious liberty to a draconian state mandate. He has a track record in COVID cases of deferring to the judgment of elected officials — no matter how arbitrary that judgment or how fundamental the rights at stake — on the rationale that they, unlike politically unaccountable judges, answer to the voters and have more institutional competence. (See, e.g., his dissent in Cuomo and his upholding of California’s restrictions on attendance at religious services in South Bay United Pentecostal Church v. Newsom.)

What is stunning, and will be troubling for conservatives, is the decision by Justices Barrett and Kavanaugh to side with the progressives and turn a blind eye to a state government’s suppression of a fundamental freedom that the Constitution is supposed to protect. And equally troubling: the thin gruel they offer as a rationale.

Barrett filed a one-paragraph opinion, joined by Kavanaugh, concurring in the Court’s refusal to grant injunctive relief. She explained that she “understands” the weighing of an injunction applicant’s likelihood of success on the merits to include “a discretionary judgment about whether the Court should grant review in the case.” Discretion in this context means the justices’ power to choose to ignore a claim that should be heard, rationalizing that to entertain it could potentially undermine the Court’s institutional protocols.

Barrett and Kavanaugh have apparently been seized by anxiety over potential abuse of the Court’s so-called emergency docket — a hobby horse among legal academics, particularly now that (a) the Court has a conservative majority, and (b) critics of progressive federal and state administrations are turning to the courts for relief from sundry mandates and decrees.

The emergency docket entails cases that arise in exigent circumstances and must be addressed expeditiously, often by injunction applications, on schedules far tighter than what might generously be described as the Court’s customary pace of a hobbled snail. Barrett frets that when the Court takes the “extraordinary” step of entertaining such a case, the justices are put to the unwelcome burden of providing a “merits preview” — a forecast of how the case is likely to be decided if fully reviewed. This is said to be less than optimal because the Court must proceed “on a short fuse without benefit of full briefing and oral argument,” when, if they’d had more time to think it through, the justices might not grant review of the case at all.

Cue the violins.

Justice Barrett’s temporizing is overwrought. The Court should only grant preliminary relief — which, again, simply freezes a matter in place, but doesn’t decide it with finality — if (a) the moving party plainly appears likely to win on the merits, (b) the failure to act would truly cause irreparable harm (e.g., there is no irreparable harm if money damages would eventually make the harmed party whole), and (c) there is not some consequential public interest that an injunction would undermine. That is a very small universe of cases, especially for a tribunal that, on a yearly basis, is not exactly overtaxed. (Last term, the justices issued opinions in just 67 cases out of the approximately 8,000 in which review was sought, continuing the Roberts Court trend of historically low output; in the early 1980s, by comparison, the Court typically decided over 150 cases per term.)

Furthermore, who cares if the Court has to give a merits preview? It is a fact of life that emergency circumstances occasionally arise, forcing us mere mortals to do the best we can, ruefully realizing we could do better if only there were time for calm deliberation. Why should the Supreme Court, the last bastion for safeguarding our fundamental rights, be spared that burden? If it turns out that, upon further consideration of a fully developed record, the justices would not have taken the emergency case in the first place, the “merits preview” does no harm. To the extent it has precedential value, it is understood to be a preliminary decision based on an incomplete factual record.

Most significantly, even if their reservations had persuasive force, Barrett and Kavanaugh are prioritizing the Court’s airy model for conducting appellate litigation over its principal duty to defend the fundamental rights of Americans against government overreach.

At issue here is a flesh-and-blood dispute, not an abstraction. Medical professionals are being stripped of their religious freedom and their jobs because of a state mandate that capriciously discriminates against them. Yet rather than take action, Barrett and Kavanaugh basically say: Let’s just wait a year or three, so we can have an exacting record and full briefing. And mind you, granting a preliminary injunction would not deprive the justices of their coveted full briefing; it would just mean that the unvaccinated medical professionals got to keep their jobs until the Court finally decided to either deny full review (in which case the injunction would lapse) or grant review and then rule on the merits.

Presumably Justices Barrett and Kavanaugh appreciate that when they exercise their “discretionary judgment” to duck a case, it doesn’t mean the case goes unresolved. There is still a winner and a loser. Here, overbearing government prevailed, and the loser was the Constitution.




The Biden administration and congressional Democrats are scaling back a controversial proposal to have banks report more information to the Internal Revenue Service after their initial plan was met with a backlash from the financial services industry and Republicans.

The original proposal, part of a larger effort to generate more revenue by cracking down on tax cheats, called for financial institutions to provide data to the IRS on accounts with annual deposits or withdrawals totaling more than $600. But the plan generated a storm of criticism from Republicans, and a fierce lobbying campaign by banks, with both groups raising alarms about a government invasion of privacy. 

The revised plan, outlined Tuesday by Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and endorsed by the Treasury Department, would set the reporting threshold at $10,000 a year and includes exemptions for payroll deposits and Social Security benefits, among other things. “We’re adding language to ensure enforcement efforts are focused on the very wealthy,” Wyden said.

The Biden administration insists that​ the new reporting requirement is meant only to help collect unpaid taxes from the rich and that audit rates won’t go up for taxpayers making less than $400,000 a year. The requirement is aimed at addressing what the Biden administration describes as a two-tiered system in which wage earners, who have their incomes reported to the IRS, comply with tax rules at a far higher rate than people, mostly wealthy, who generate substantial income from sources that don’t get reported to the government, making it harder to rule out tax evasion.

“Under the current system, American workers pay virtually all their tax bills while many top earners avoid paying billions in taxes, they owe by exploiting the system,” Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said in a statement Tuesday.​ “This two-tiered tax system is unfair and deprives the country of resources to fund core priorities. Today’s new proposal reflects the administration’s strong belief that we should zero in on those at the top of the income scale who don’t pay the taxes they owe, while protecting American workers by setting the bank​account threshold at $10,000 and providing an exemption for wage earners like teachers and firefighters.”

The proposed changed did little to quell criticisms from Republicans and the banking industry. “Even with the modifications announced today, this proposal still goes too far by forcing financial institutions to share with the IRS private financial data from millions of customers not suspected of cheating on their taxes. The exclusion of payroll and federal program beneficiaries does not address millions of other taxpayers who would be impacted by the proposal,” said Rob Nichols, president and CEO of the American Bankers Association, in a statement. “If enacted this new proposal would still raise the same privacy concerns, increase tax preparation costs for individuals and small businesses, and create significant operational challenges, particularly for community banks.”

Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) reported warned: “Marx is at the doorstep.”


Judge Temporarily Stops New York’s Vaccine Mandate For Healthcare Workers Citing US Constitution


A federal judge has stopped a New York Vaccine mandate for healthcare workers and sided with 17 healthcare workers who sued over the New York State vaccine mandate.

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The mandate of course would have lead to over 75,000 unemployed who were refusing the controversial vaccines.

Hurd granted an injunction against the mandate starting immediately while the case is tried.

He wrote, “There is no adequate explanation from defendants,” meaning the state, “about why the ‘reasonable accommodation’ that must be extended to a medically exempt health care worker under 2.61 could not similarly be extended to a healthcare worker with a sincere religious objection.”

New York is now barred from enforcing any requirement that employees deny religious exemptions to the Covid-19 vaccine mandates.

Hurd: “Unlike other judges who have heard similar cases about vaccine mandates, Judge Hurd” broke with the norm by prioritizing the U.S. Constitution. “The public interest lies with enforcing the guarantees enshrined in the Constitution and federal anti-discrimination law.”

The New York Governor Kathy Hochul, a liberal who replaced Cuomo amid his scandal vowed to fight for the mandates, “I stand behind this mandate, and I will fight this decision in court,” said Hochul.

New York Governor candidate Andrew Giuliani, the son of legendary New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, has made opposition to vaccine passports and mandates a central part of his campaign. Last month he appeared at a protest against the passport and mandate. “Government should not be involved in this decision, government has no place in this decision, political candidates do not belong in this decision,” said Giuliani.

“This has to be a personal choice, this has to be, and it has to be something that you end up talking with your doctors about and you make that decision based on the data and based on the science, not based off of political pressure.” He added, “It’s horrendous, this is beyond disgusting, this doesn’t even feel like America anymore.”

Thanks to our friends at National File for contributing to this article.


Delta Airlines CEO takes defiant stand against vaccine mandates, praises ‘respecting’ employees — not forcing them to get vaccinated


Chris Enloe

Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian took a stand against COVID-19 vaccine mandates this week, saying his decision not to impose a mandate on his employees is the reason most of Delta’s employees are vaccinated.

Speaking on Fox Business, Bastian said Delta has accomplished a vaccination rate of more than 90% without “the divisiveness of a mandate.”

“The reason the mandate was put in by president, I believe, was because they wanted to make sure companies had a plan to get their employees vaccinated,” Bastian said. “A month before the president came out with the mandate, we had already announced our plan to get all of our people vaccinated. And the good news is the plan is working.”

Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

“By the time we’re done, we’ll be pretty close to fully vaccinated as a company without going through all the divisiveness of a mandate,” Bastian explained.

“We’re proving that you can work collaboratively with your people, trusting your people to make the right decisions, respecting their decisions and not forcing them over the loss of their jobs,” he added.

In August, Delta Airlines announced, not a vaccine mandate, but a health insurance surcharge for unvaccinated employees.

Beginning Nov. 1, unvaccinated employees enrolled in Delta’s account-based healthcare plan will be subject to a $200 monthly surcharge. The average hospital stay for COVID-19 has cost Delta $50,000 per person. This surcharge will be necessary to address the financial risk the decision to not vaccinate is creating for our company. In recent weeks since the rise of the B.1.617.2 variant, all Delta employees who have been hospitalized with COVID were not fully vaccinated.

Bastian told Fox Business he expects Delta’s vaccination rate to rise another 5% in the next month. Combined with religious and medical exemptions, nearly all of Delta’s staff will then be vaccinated — all without a mandate.

What did Biden announce?

Biden issued a COVID-19 vaccine mandate last month for all federal contractors. The mandate impacts several major airlines, including Delta Airlines, because they contract business with the federal government. Biden’s mandate gives contractors until Dec. 8 to comply.

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly condemned Biden’s vaccine mandate this week, saying he disagrees with such policies, but said he is enforcing one on Southwest employees only because of Biden’s mandate.

I’ve never been in favor of corporations imposing that kind of a mandate. I’m not in favor of that. Never have been,” Kelly said on CNBC. “But the executive order from President Biden mandates that all federal employees and then all federal contractors, which covers all the major airlines, have to have a [vaccine] mandate … in place by Dec. 8, so we’re working through that.”


Southwest CEO Blames Joe Biden For Airline’s Vaccine Mandate


Eric Quintanar

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly blamed President Joe Biden for the airline’s decision to go the route of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for its staff, arguing the new rules for federal contractors put them in a bind. 

The federal contractor rule dates back to September 9, but Kelly’s answer was given in the context of a new Texas order from Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) that bans COVID-19 vaccine mandates by employers in the state. Southwest Airlines is both a federal contractor and based in Dallas, Texas. 

​​“I’ve never been in favor of corporations imposing that kind of a mandate,” Kelly told CNBC on Tuesday morning. “I’m not in favor of that, never have been. But the executive order from President Biden mandates that all federal employees and then all federal contractors, which covers all major airlines, have to have a vaccine mandate in place by December 8. So we’re working through that.”

Southwest, one of the four major airlines in the United States, had a turbulent weekend that was filled with cancellations, far more than any other major airline. Over the weekend, Southwest canceled more than 1,800 flights, and on Monday, the service interruptions continued, with more than 350 flights canceled. 

The company has denied the issues were attributable to vaccines mandates, and instead blamed the weather and air traffic control issues in Florida dating back to Friday — even though no other major airlines had such issues. The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association made a similar denial. 

“I think people, again, that understand how airlines work, when you get behind, it just takes several days to catch up,” said Kelly. “The fact that we’re basically caught up yesterday and today supports the assertion that we’re making here. We were significantly behind on Friday, and it just takes several days to catch up.”

As of Tuesday morning at 12:00 p.m. EST, Southwest was no longer the leader in flight cancellations and had only canceled 89 flights, or 2% of its service, and delayed 394 flights, or 11% of its service, according to data from Flight Aware, a flight tracking service.

The turmoil comes after a similar episode in June when computer glitches caused Southwest Airlines to cancel hundreds of flights and delay 1,500 flights, as The Washington Post reported. 

“It’s been a rough summer, and I’m not offering any excuses,” said Kelly, later adding, “We definitely have some staffing challenges.”

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EXCLUSIVE: Southwest Whistleblower Reveals Internal Documents for Covid-19 Exemptions COMPLETE VIOLATIONS of TITLE VII


Yet another Southwest Airlines Whistleblower has came forward to The DC Patriot in less than 24 hours, this time with internal documents and forms of the companies insane exemption policies.

According to the Southwest employee, regardless of what you do, it’s very rare for an exemption to be accepted. They even went as far as to explain to us there’s an online procedure where you have no choice but to check a box giving Southwest Airlines permission to talk to your healthcare provider. A complete and total violation of HIPPA.

This is truly unbelievable. That a company expects you to give a full medical release form in order to work for them so that they can have access to your medical records and communicate freely with your medical provider? This is unheard of in a free Republic.

According to the whistleblower, if you go to submit a medical exemption, “a total violation of Hippa” the whistleblower ads, “they will say you ‘voluntarily’ checked that box. However if you don’t submit exemptions to get the jab by November 24 we face termination.”

Here’s the religious exemption form the Southwest whistleblower is referring to.

This is where you submit a religious exemption. They then send back a 3 page document full of questions that violate Title VII.

Title VII says the following:

Title VII prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin. The Civil Rights Act of 1991 (Pub. L. … Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the “Civil Rights Act of 1964”.

Here are the documents they send back to employees that want a religious or medical exemption.

Can you believe some of these questions? What in the blue hell do they have to do with being religiously exempt from the vaccine? Or having a doctor tell you that you shouldn’t take the vaccine because of a medical condition? Or perhaps its’ just your GOD GIVEN RIGHT to not put something in your body that you do not want to?

We want to thank the courage of these whistleblowers from Southwest Airlines for coming forward and showing the American people what they are dealing with, along with were sure many other corporations and airlines around the nation.


Illegals need to learn this country has laws it’s illegal to record someone in a public restroom


Just last month in Rome at the International COVID Summit, as reported by Debra Heine for American Greatness, The “Physicians Declaration”​ was signed by more than 5,200 scientists and physicians from around the world. This declaration condemns public policy makers of “crimes against humanity” for restricting life-saving treatments and eliminating debate and scientific inquiry.

The health-care professionals lamented that a “one size fits all” approach to mitigation and treatment have resulted in “needless illness and death.”

The inventor of the mRNA vaccine technology in the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, Dr. Robert Malone, read the declaration at the Rome conference. He contends the COVID vaccines should not be administered universally but should target the most vulnerable, because the shots pose both known and unknown risks for the healthy that outweigh potential benefits.

The declaration begins stating “Thousands have died from Covid as a result of being denied life-saving early treatment.”

“The Declaration is a battle cry from physicians who are daily fighting for the right to treat their patients, and the right of patients to receive those treatments, without fear of interference, retribution or censorship by government, pharmacies, pharmaceutical corporations, and big tech.”

The health professionals demand that “These groups step aside and honor the sanctity of the patient-physician relationship, the fundamental maxim ‘First Do No Harm,’ and the freedom of patients and physicians to make informed medical decisions.”

The physicians assert and say, “Lives depend on it. The very heart of medicine is this relationship, which allows physicians to best understand their patients and their illnesses, to formulate treatments that give the best chance for success, while the patient is an active participant in their care.” 

They are calling for the restoration of the “physician-patient relationship.”

The signees of The ‘Physicians Declaration’ “Are inviting the scientists of the world, who are skilled in biomedical research and uphold the highest ethical and moral standards, to insist on their ability to conduct and publish objective, empirical research without fear of reprisal upon their careers, reputations and livelihoods.” 

They are also “Inviting patients who believe in the importance of the physician-patient relationship and the ability to be active participants in their care, to demand access to science-based medical care.”


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Sen. Marshall Bill Prohibits Dishonorable Discharge for Unvaccinated Servicemembers » Senator Roger Marshall

  • September 21, 2021

(Washington, D.C., September 21, 2021) – U.S. Senator and veteran Roger Marshall, M.D. led Senators Ted Cruz, James Lankford, and Tommy Tuberville in introducing the COVID-19 Vaccine Dishonorable Discharge Prevention Act to prohibit the Department of Defense (DOD) from giving servicemembers a dishonorable discharge for choosing not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. The House Armed Services Committee recently passed similar language led by Rep. Mark Green (R-TN) in an amendment to the FY2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). This legislation comes on the heels of President Biden mandating millions of Americans – including service members – to get vaccinated and the DOD issuing guidance stating that soldiers who refuse the vaccine will face “administrative or non-judicial punishment [under UCMJ] – to include relief of duties or discharge.”

“As a physician and veteran who is confident that the vaccine has saved countless lives, I believe vaccinating our servicemembers against COVID-19 is an important effort; however, whether or not to receive the vaccine should be a personal choice between an individual and their doctor,” said Senator Marshall. “Servicemembers who refuse to get vaccinated, and are subsequently separated from the service, should not receive anything other than an honorable discharge. There is no question about it: American heroes should not be treated as felons because of their personal medical choices.”

“It’s an insult to our servicemen and women who have served with honor to dishonorably discharge them for refusing the COVID vaccine. It is the same way we dishonorably discharge those convicted of serious crimes such as treason, desertion, sexual assault, and murder. Forcing all service members, including pregnant women and those who have already had COVID-19, to receive the vaccine is just one more example of President Biden and his administration putting politics ahead of science. I am proud to join Sen. Marshall on this crucial bill to ensure the proper steps are taken by the military chain of command in response to those seeking exemptions from this vaccine,” said Senator Cruz.

“When America shut down last year, our military personnel continued to serve us at home and abroad,” said Senator Lankford. “Now, Biden wants to remove service members who have already recovered from COVID, but will not also take the vaccine, or have a medical, religious or personal reason not to take the vaccine. Our men and women in uniform have fought to protect the freedoms we enjoy, and it’s right for us to protect their freedom now to choose whether or not to get the vaccine. President Biden should not give our military members a ‘less than honorable’ or ‘dishonorable’ discharge from the military for a conscious objection to a vaccine after they have risked their lives for our country. ”

“The brave men and women of our military who make the personal medical decision to not to take the COVID-19 vaccine should not receive anything other than an honorable discharge. I was proud to get this legislation included as an amendment to the NDAA in the House and am grateful to Senator Marshall for his leadership in the Senate,” said Representative Green.


Dishonorably discharged U.S. service members surrender the following rights and benefits:

  • Ownership of any sort of firearm or ammunition
  • Access to the GI Bill for further education
  • VA home loans
  • VA medical benefits
  • Military Funeral Honors
  • Re-enlistment in another military branch

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After Altercation at Restaurant, Black Lives Matter Claims NYC Vaccine Mandate Is Being Weaponized


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After a skirmish involving NYC’s vaccine mandate and African-American patrons erupted at Carmine’s restaurant in the Upper West Side last week, Black Lives Matter of Greater New York and related organizations converged in front of the establishment Monday to protest and hold a news conference.

The original police report detailed that three black women from Texas got into an altercation with a 24-year-old restaurant hostess on Thursday after she asked them to provide proof of vaccination to eat indoors. However, subsequent information from the attorneys for both Carmine’s and the women revealed that the trio did, in fact, present verification of vaccination to enter.

Shortly after the women’s group was seated, three men arrived to join the party inside, but two were denied entry because they failed to provide vaccination documentation, lawyers from both sides confirmed to the New York Times. 

A fight broke out outside when a hostess allegedly used a racial slur and made derogatory remarks directed at the female customers, accusing them of carrying fraudulent vaccination cards, the lawyer who represents one of the women, Kaeita Nkeenge Rankin, who is a doctor, told the Times. Justin Moore, the lawyer, said the women claim the hostess “spewed out” the N-word. After the brawl, NYPD arrested the three black women for investigation of criminal mischief and assault.

Organized by Black Lives Matter Greater New York, demonstrators congregated Monday to clarify the story from their perspective. At the rally, the speakers railed against the racial obscenity that was allegedly uttered as well as the perceived discrimination against the black unvaccinated patrons. While protesters claimed the hostess was white, invoking “white supremacy” multiple times, Carmine’s owner Jeffrey Banks told the New York Post that the employees who he says were violently attacked were black, Latina, and Asian American.

BLM NYC co-founder and chairman Hank Newsome alleged that the restaurant staff treated the black women with hostility and accused Carmine’s of covering up “their employees’ actions by using the vaccination passport as an excuse.” He demanded that Carmine’s release its video footage of the incident, which he believes will settle that the hostess was the antagonizer and that the three women were wrongfully charged.

Succumbing to public pressure, on Tuesday Carmine’s owner Jeffrey Bank released the surveillance tape, which depicts one of the Texas tourists, rather than the hostess, as the aggressor who incited the brawl by throwing the first blow.

“This attack was entirely unprovoked,” Banks told the Post. He also unequivocally denied that any one of his employees made a racial slur.

Chivona Newsome, the other co-founder of BLM NYC, targeted Mayor Bill de Blasio’s vaccine mandate more specifically in her remarks. She implied that the edict has resulted in repeats of historical episodes when blacks were disenfranchised from society.

“Being a doctor does not protect you from anti-blackness. Having a vaccination card does not protect you from discrimination. The 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits the actions of Carmine’s. It says it is illegal to discriminate against you on the basis of race,” she said.

“Seventy-two percent of black people in this city from ages 18 to 44 are unvaccinated. So what is going to stop the Gestapo, I mean the NYPD, from rounding up black people, from snatching them off the train, off the bus?” she added.

Chivona Newsome suggested that if these incidents continue, Black Lives Matter could revolt to exact justice like it did after George Floyd’s death.

“We’re putting this city on notice, that your mandate will not be another racist social-distance practice. Black people are not going to stand by, or you will see another uprising. And that is not a threat; that is a promise,” she said. “The vaccination passport is not a free passport to racism.”

Kimberly Bernard, the co-founder of the Black Women’s March, echoed the charge that COVID restrictions are being weaponized against minorities.

“We are serving notice on the mayor, on the governor, on the restaurant industry that we will not allow for you to use this pandemic, vaccination cards, and masks as another reason to be racist, to put us in prison. Because there’s enough of us in there,” she said.

A man from Rise and Resist, a direct-action group that formed in resistance to the 2016 election of former president Donald Trump, turned the conversation to the partisan blame game that’s exploded amid the pandemic.

“The Republican Party and elected officials and pundits on Fox News try to blame the entirety of the unvaccinated COVID crisis on black people, even though black people are twelve percent of the population,” he said.

But while the speaker said the political Right is guilty of pinning the pandemic on the unvaccinated, of whom many are blacks, a female African American in the crowd told National Review a different tale.

A college student with experience in the restaurant industry, Maya, who did not provide her last name, said her community is struggling to recognize that Democrats, not Republicans, are spearheading vaccine mandates and therefore resurrecting racial discrimination and conflict.

“Most black people aren’t going to acknowledge that the Democratic Party has disenfranchised us. Malcom X said it’s foxes and wolves. The fox pretends to be your friend to your face but passes laws behind your back to harm you. The wolf is not your friend, they don’t like you, and they treat you as such. But who do you respect more? Black people tend to fall for the fox,” Maya said.

She said her job is in jeopardy now because she’s refused the vaccine, another issue of economic equity that she says Democrats are not acknowledging.

“This vaccine mandate is disproportionately affecting people of color. People shouldn’t be forced to do it. It’s ‘for your health,’ but they’re willing to ruin people’s lives to protect against a virus with over a 99 percent survival rate. .  . This is going to be the new Jim Crow, and it’s going to affect mostly people of color,” she said.

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Fight The Mandates

Fight The Mandates
IF YOU DON’T WISH TO COMPLY WITH VACCINE AND MASK MANDATESHERE IS A LIST OF LAW FIRMS THAT CAN HELP INFORMATIONLegal Guidance Against MandatesWe recently compiled a list of law firms that you may call if you believe your rights are being infringed upon by your employer, school, college, or any group that discriminates against you for not complying with their vaccine or mask mandates.The List:Liberty Counselhttps://lc.org/Liberty Institutehttps://www.libertyinstitute.org/about/faqPacific Justice Institutehttps://www.secure.pacificjustice.org/site/SPageNavigator/contact_us.htmlAdvocates For Faith and Freedomhttps://faith-freedom.com/Alliance Defending Freedomhttps://adflegal.org/about-usNational Legal Foundationhttps://nationallegalfoundation.org/Thomas More Law Centerhttps://www.thomasmore.org/Thomas More Societyhttps://thomasmoresociety.org/Christian Legal Societyhttps://www.christianlegalsociety.org/American Center for Law and Justicehttps://aclj.org/Center for Law and Religious Freedomhttps://www.clsreligiousfreedom.org/about-centerChristian Attorneys of Americahttps://christianattorneysofamerica.com/Christian Law Associationhttps://www.christianlaw.org/National Association of Christian Lawmakershttps://christianlawmakers.com/Pacific Legal Foundationhttps://pacificlegal.org/America’s Frontline Doctors Legal Eagle Dream TeamIn April 2021, America’s Frontline Doctors officially launched the Legal Eagle Dream Team, stating: “We intend to bring lawsuits across the country to challenge the constitutionality of COVID-19 mandates and restrictions.”

If you’re interested in partnering with a Dream Team attorney to fight vaccine mandates, visit: https://americasfrontlinedoctors.org/legal/legal-eagle-dream-team/ Special Thanks to Pastor Brandon from Rock Harbor Church for Compiling this List and to Liberty Overwatch and our Friend Kanekoa for posting the List. From Pastor Brandon:Like I have mentioned before, most people (i.e. the people who just do what they are told by their employer, the government, or the narrative) do not know the law so they believe that vaccine and mask mandates can be enforced. However, this is not true. This is when you will have to push back and contact an attorney to get advice.

I hope this helps you because now is the time to stand up to this kind of injustice and draconian medical tyranny.List of Lawyers by State:AK

Ward Matthew MerdesMerdes & Merdes, P.C.P. O. Box 71309

Fairbanks, AK 99707(907) 452-5400

Charles M. Merriner

3934 Apollo Drive

Anchorage, AK 99504(907) 333-2946


Benjamin Max BowdenAlbrittons, Clifton, Alverson, Moody & Bowden, P.C.P.O. Box 800109 Opp Avenue

Andalusia, AL 36420(334) 222-3177

Milton Clay RagsdaleRagsdale LLC517 Beacon Parkway West

Birmingham, AL 35209(205) 290-6800

Booth SamuelsPittman, Dutton & Hellums, PC2001 Park Place NorthSuite 1100

Birmingham, AL 35203205-322-8880

Edward Ira ZwillingSchwartz, Zweben & Slingbaum, LLP600 Vestavia Parkway, Suite 251Suite 251

Birmingham, AL 35216(205) 822-2701


Jay Ankur BansalLaw Offices of Jay A. Bansal1400 East Southern AvenueSuite 620

Tempe, AZ 85210(480) 820-9090

Andrew Donald DowningHennelly & Steadman, P.C.322 West Roosevelt Street

Phoenix, AZ 85003-1423(602) 230-7000

Stephen I. LeshnerStephen I. Leshner, P.C.1440 East Missouri AvenueSuite 265

Phoenix, AZ 85014(602) 266-9000


Sol P. AjalatAjalat & Ajalat5200 Lankershim BoulevardSuite 850

North Hollywood, CA 91601(818) 506-1500

Brian Lee BurchettBurchett Law Firm605 C StreetSuite 300

San Diego, CA 92101(619) 230-8431

Christopher John DuenowCumberland, Coates and Duenow LLP550 Dana Street

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401(805) 541-4200

Neal Jordan FialkowNeal Fialkow Esq215 North Marengo Avenue3rd Floor

Pasadena, CA 91101(626) 584-6060

Marvin Firestone1700 South El Camino RealSuite 204

San Mateo, CA 94402(650) 212-4900

William I. GoldsmithGoldsmith & Hull, APC16933 Parthenia StreetNo. 110

Northridge, CA 91343(818) 990-6600

Daniel M. GrahamLaw Offices of Daniel M. Graham23720 Arlington AveneueSuite 8

Torrance, CA 90501-6124(310) 539-1762

Jack Donn HullGoldsmith & Hull16933 Parthenia St

Northridge, CA 91343(818) 990-6600

Martin James MartinezMartinez Law Office1434 Third StreetSuite 3B

Napa, CA 94559(707) 251-9383

Russell E. NordstromNordstrom, Steele, et al.17542 East 17th StreetSuite 250

Tustin, CA 92780(714) 750-1010

Jeffrey S. PopJeffrey S. Pop, Attorney at Law9107 Wilshire BoulevardSuite 700

Beverly Hills, CA 90210(310) 273-5462

Lisa Annette RoquemoreLaw Offices of Lisa A. Roquemore19200 Von Karman AveSuite 500

Irvine, CA 92603(949) 622-5572

David H. SoloLaw Offices of David H. Solo23195 La Cadena DriveSuite 103

Laguna Hills, CA 92653(949) 727-3880


Leah VaSahnja DurantLaw Offices of Leah V. Durant888 16th Street, NWSuite 800

Washington, DC 20006(202) 775-9200

Jill M. FollowsLaw Office of Jill Follows1001 Connecticut Avenue, NWSuite 1100

Washington, DC 20036(202) 590-7492

Isaiah Richard KalinowskiMaglio, Christopher & Toale, PA (DC)1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NWThe Willard Building, Suite 400

Washington, DC 20004(941) 952-5242

Peter Harwood MeyersNational Law Center2000 G Street, NWSuite 200

Washington, DC 20052202 994-7463

Danielle Anne StraitMaglio, Christopher & Toale, PA (DC)1455 Pennsylvania Avenue, NWThe Willard Building, Suite 400

Washington, DC 20004(941) 952-5242


Franklin John CaldwellMaglio, Christopher & Toale1605 Main StreetSuite 710

Sarasota, FL 34236(888) 952-5242

James Stanley ChapmanHoltzman Equels660 East Jefferson Street

Tallahassee, FL 32301(850) 222-2900

Erin Adele JuzapavicusMilam Howard Nicandri Dees & Gillam, P.A.14 East Bay Street

Jacksonville, FL 32202(904) 357-3660

Daniel James LeeperLeeper & Leeper2532 Fifth Avenue North

St. Petersburg, FL 33713(727) 328-8788

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Vaccine Attorneys – Complete List

Altom Michael MaglioMaglio Christopher and Toale1605 Main StreetSuite 710

Sarasota, FL 34236(888) 952-5242

Lawrence Gray SandersBarbas, Weed, et al.1802 West Cleveland Street

Tampa, FL 33606(813) 254-6575

Diana Stadelnikas SedarMaglio Christopher and Toale, PA (FL)1605 Main StreetSuite 710

Sarasota, FL 34236(888) 952-5242

Marc Jordan SemagoFL Legal Group501 Kennedy BoulevardSuite 810

Tampa, FL 33602(813) 221-9500

Anne Carrion ToaleMaglio Christopher and Toale1605 Main StreetSuite 710

Sarasota, FL 34236(888) 952-5242


Donald Philip EdwardsLaw Office of Donald P. Edwards170 Mitchell Street, S.W.

Atlanta, GA 30303-3424(404) 526-8866

Terry D. JacksonTerry D. Jackson, P.C.600 Edgewood Avenue

Atlanta, GA 30312(404) 659-2400

LaShonda Council RogersCouncil & Associates, LLC170 Mitchell Street

Atlanta, GA 30303(404) 526-8857

Thursday, May 01, 2014


Dennis W PottsDennis W. Potts, Esq.841 Bishop StreetSuite 1628

Honolulu, HI 96813(808) 537-4575


Richard H. MoellerBerenstein, Moore, et al.P.O. Box 3207501 Pierce StreetSuite 300Sioux City, IA 51101712-252-0020


Curtis R Webb

752 Addison AvenueP. O. Box 1768

Twin Falls, ID 83303-1768(208) 734-1616

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Vaccine Attorneys – Complete List


Sherry Kay DrewMcDowell & Drew, Ltd.1000 Indian Road

Glenview, IL 60025(847) 729-4320

Grady E. HolleyHolley & Rosen440 South Grand Avenue West

Springfield, IL 62704(217) 544-3368

Edward M. KrausLaw Offices of Chicago Kent565 West Adams StreetSuite 600

Chicago, IL 60661(312) 906-5072


David Porter MurphyDavid Murphy Esq504 West Main Street

Greenfield, IN 46140(317) 462-2222

Daniel Henry PfeiferPfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak53600 North Ironwood Drive

South Bend, IN 46635(574) 272-2870


Christopher Jon KelloggKennedy, Berkley, et al.119 West Iron Avenue7th Floor

Salina, KS 67402-2567(785) 825-4674

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Vaccine Attorneys – Complete List

Lawrence Gene MichelKennedy, Berkley, et al.119 West Iron Avenue7th Floor

Salina, KS 67402-2567(785) 825-4674

William Patrick RonanThe Ronan Law Firm10740 Nall Avenue, Suite 160Highlands Corporate Campus, Building 1

Overland Park, KS 66205(913) 652-9937


Barbara Dahlenburg BonarB. Dahlenburg Bonar P.S.C.3611 Decoursey Avenue

Covington, KY 41015(859) 431-3333

William A. MillerHummel & Coan239 South 5th StreetKentucky Home Life Bldg, 17th Floor

Louisville, KY 40202-3269502 585-3084

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Vaccine Attorneys – Complete List


Stephen B. MurrayMurray Law Firm650 Poydras StreetSuite 1100, Poydras Center

New Orleans, LA 70130(504) 525-8100

Nicole Ieyoub MurrayMurray Law Firm650 Poydras StreetSuite 1100, Poydras Center

New Orleans, LA 70130(504) 525-8100


Howard Scott GoldGold Law Firm, LLC83 Walnut StreetSuite 150

Wellesley Hills, MA 02481(781) 239-1000

Ronald Craig HomerConway, Homer & Chin-Caplan, P.C.16 Shawmut Street

Boston, MA 02116(617) 695-1990

Myles Dell JacobsonMyles D. Jacobson, Esq16 Center Street

Northampton, MA 01060(413) 584-8181

Christine A. TennysonTennyson Law Offices425 Pleasant Street

Brockton, MA 02301(508) 559-8678


Benjamin Scott BarnesHall and Butler17000 Science DriveSuite 202

Bowie, MD 20715(240) 544-5000


Verne E. ParadieParadiem Sherman & Worden11 Lisbon Street, Suite 202

Lewiston, ME 04240(207) 344-9362


Brian Joseph BourbeauDeNardis, McCandless & Miller, P.C.70 Macomb PlaceSuite 200

Mt. Clemens, MI 48043(586) 469-9191

Scott William RooneyNemes, Rooney P.C.26050 Orchard Lake RoadSuite 300

Farmington Hills, MI 48334(248) 442-3300


Sheila Ann BjorklundLommen Abdo Law Firm80 South Eighth StreetSuite 2000

Minneapolis, MN 55402(612) 336-9312

Randall G. KnutsonFarrish Johnson Law Office1907 Excel Drive

Mankato, MN 56001-6281(507) 625-2525

Kate Gerayne WestadLommen Abdo Law Firm80 South Eighth StreetSuite 2000

Minneapolis, MN 55402(612) 339-8131


William J. FleischakerFleischaker & WilliamsP.O. BOX 996

Joplin, MO 64802(417) 623-2865

Richard Douglas VandeverLaw Offices of Richard Vandever3100 BroadwaySuite 1209

Kansas City, MO 64111(816) 444-4994

MSM. A. BassM.A. Bass, Jr. , Attorney at LawP. O. Box 712113 Downing Street

Hazlehurst, MS 39083(601) 894-5336

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Barrett J. ClisbyBarrett J. Clisby, PLLC129 Courthouse SquareP.O. Box 240

Oxford, MS 38655(662) 234-8413


Nancy Routh MeyersWard Black Law208 West Wendover Avenue

Greensboro, NC 27401(336) 333-2244

Peter Joseph SardaCreech Law Firm3130 Fairhill DriveSuite 108

Raleigh, NC 27612(919) 787-7766


Ravinder Singh BhallaLaw Offices of Ravinder S. Bhalla333 WashingtonSuite 203

Jersey City, NJ 07302(201) 610-9010

Thomas P. GallagherThomas P. Gallagher, Esquire, LLC.822 Shore Road

Somers Point, NJ 08244(609) 926-6450

Carol L. GallagherCarol L. Gallagher, Esquire, LLC.1201 New RoadSuite 133

Linwood, NJ 08221(609) 837-6262

Armand LeoneBritcher, Leone & Roth, LLC175 Rock Road

Glen Rock, NJ 07452(201) 444-1644

Mindy Michaels RothBritcher, Leone & Roth, L.L.C.175 Rock Road

Glen Rock, NJ 07452(201) 444-1644

Mark Theodore SadakaMark T. Sadaka, MSPH, Esq20 North Van Brunt StreetSuite 4

Englewood, NJ 07631(201) 266-5670

William R. SnellWilliam R. Snell, Esq.15 Oak Leaf Lane

Tinton Falls, NJ 07712(732) 493-4646


Lorraine J. MansfieldLaw Office of Lorraine Mansfield6655 West Sahara AvenueNo. B200

Las Vegas, NV 89146(702) 222-4009


Virginia Eve AnelloDouglas & London, P.C.59 Maiden Lane6th Floor

New York, NY 10038(212) 566-7500

Sandra K. CassidyCassidy Legal Group212 Treehaven Drive

East Aurora, NY 14052(716) 655-3545

Patricia Ann FinnPatricia Finn Esq450 Piermont Avenue

Piermont, NY 10968(845) 398-0521

Irving GertelKagan & Gertel1575 East 19th Street, 5th Fl.

Brooklyn, NY 11230(718) 258-8080

Gary C. HobbsMuller, Mannix & Hobbs, PLLC.P.O. Box 143257 Bay Road

Glens Falls, NY 12801(518) 793-2535

Corey B. KayeKaye & Lechner220 Mineola BoulevardSuite 10

Mineola, NY 11501(516) 747-5900

Robert Joel KrakowLaw Office of Robert J. Krakow, P.C.233 BroadwaySuite 2320

New York, NY 10279-2320(212) 227-0600

Nora Constance Marino

175 East Shore Road

Great Neck, NY 11023(516) 829-8399

John F. McHughLaw Office of John McHugh233 BroadwaySuite 2320

New York, NY 10279(212) 483-0875

Martin Jeffrey RubensteinMartin Rubenstein260 Christopher LaneSuite 102

Staten Island, NY 10314(718) 494-8800

Helen C. SturmLaw Office of John F. McHugh6 Winter StreetSuite 401

New York, NY 10004(212) 483-0875


Braden Andrew BlumenstielBlumenstiel, Evans & Falvo, LLC261 West Johnstown Road

Columbus, OH 43230(614) 475-9511

Nicholas Edward BunchWhite, Getgey & Meyer1700 Central Trust Tower1 West 4th Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202-3621(513) 241-3685

Kevin A. MackKnutson & Mack, LLC224 South Washington Street

Tiffin, OH 44883(419) 455-9508

Firooz Taghi NameiMcKinney & Namei Company, L.P.A.15 East Eighth Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202(513) 721-0200

Simina VourlisLaw Offices of Simina Vourlis1689 West Third Avenue

Columbus, OH 43212(614) 487-5900


Stephan E. AnderssonLarrimore and Farnish, L.L.P.1800 John F. Kennedy BoulevardSuite 404

Philadelphia, PA 19103(215) 209-8500

Paul R. BrazilMuller Brazil, LLP2401 Pennsylvania AvenueSuite 1C-44

Philadelphia, PA 19130570-594-8285

David John CarneyAnapol, Schwartz, et al.1710 Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA 19103(215) 735-3770

Lawrence R. CohanAnapol, Schwartz, et al.1710 Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA 19103(215) 790-4567

Jeffrey A. GolvashBrennan, Robins & Daley, P.C.445 Fort Pitt BoulevardSuite 200

Pittsburgh, PA 15219(412) 281-0776

Maximillian J. MullerMuller Brazil, LLP2401 Pennsylvania AvenueSuite 1C-44

Philadelphia, PA 19130(215) 259-8662


James Mixon GriffinLewis Babcock & Griffin L.L.PPost Office Box 11208

Columbia, SC 29211(803) 771-8000


Sharla KooikerMyers Billion, LLP300 North Dakota AvenueSuite 510P.O. Box 1085Sioux Falls, SD 57101605-336-3700


William E. CochranBlack, McLaren, et al.530 Oak Court DriveSuite 360

Memphis, TN 38117(901) 762-0535

Russell Warren LewisJohnson Law Group (TN)50 North Front StreetSuite 920

Memphis, TN 38103615-200-1122

Michael G. McLarenBlack & McLaren530 Oak Court DriveSuite 360

Memphis, TN 38117(901) 762-0535

Christopher J. WebbBlack, McLaren, et al.430 Oak Court DriveSuite 360

Memphis, TN 38117(901) 762-0535


Michael Adly Baseluos

202 East Park Ave

San Antonio, TX 78212(210) 787-5993

Gil L. DaleyLaw Office of Gil L. Daley, II, P.C.201 Main StreetSuite 600

Fort Worth, TX 76102(214) 698-5988

Sean Franks GreenwoodGauthier Houghtaling and Williams2323 South Shephard DriveSuite 800

Houston, TX 77019(713) 343-1614

Margaret M GuerraMargaret M. Guerra, Attorney at Law1000 Macon StreetSuite 300

Fort Worth, TX 76102(817) 570-9991

Gary M. JewellChristian, Smith and Jewell, LLP2302 FanninSuite 500

Houston, TX 77002(713) 659-7617

James Robert KneislerLaw Offices of James R. Kneisler, Jr. (TX)315 West Twohig Avenue

San Angelo, TX 76903(325) 659-2305

Randal Gilbert MathisMathis, Donheiser & Jeter1412 Main StreetSuite 2600

Dallas, TX 75202(214) 303-1919

Sabena Singh TalatiMathis, Donheiser & Jeter1412 Main StreetSuite 2600

Dallas, TX 75202(214) 303-1919

UTDavid C. RichardsChristensen and Jensen, P.C.15 West South TempleSuite 800

Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 323-5000


Gary Alvin BryantWillcox & Savage, P.C.440 Monticello AvenueSuite 2200

Norfolk, VA 23510-2197757 628-5500

Thomas Scott CarnesCarnes & Carnes4456 Corporation LaneSuite 330

Virginia Beach, VA 23462(757) 271-0571

Alexander LauferEisenhower and Laufer, PC4041 University DrSte 100

Fairfax, VA 22030(703) 352-9690

Elizabeth Martin MuldowneyRawls, McNelis and Mitchell, P.C.211 Rocketts WaySuite 100

Richmond, VA 23231(804) 344-0038

Ramon RodriguezRawls, McNelis and Mitchell, P.C.211 Rocketts WaySuite 100

Richmond, VA 23231(804) 344-0038


Paul S. Dannenberg

P. O. Box 187325 Delfrate Road

Huntington, VT 05462(802) 434-3901


Douglas Lee BurdetteBurkett & Burdette2101 Fourth AvenueSuite 1830

Seattle, WA 98121(206) 441-5597

Michael Spencer KolkerLaw Offices of Michael S. Kolker600 UniversitySuite 2100

Seattle, WA 98101(206) 464-1761


Michael J. KatarincicKatarincic Law Office, LLC11402 N. Port Washington RoadSuite 206

Meguon, WI 53092(262) 241-8063

Jerome A. KonkelSamster, Konkel & Safran, S.C.1110 North Old World Third StreetSuite 405

Milwaukee, WI 53203(414) 224-0400

Mark L. KruegerKrueger & Hernandez, S.C.123 Second StreetP. O. Box 41

Baraboo, WI 53913(608) 356-3961

Jason Wendell WhitleyNovitzke, Gust, Sempf & Whitley314 Keller Avenue NSuite 200

Amery, WI 54001(715) 268-6130


Kathy A. BrownHenrickson & Long, P.L.L.C.214 Capitol StreetP.O. Box 11070

Charleston, WV 25339(304) 346-5500


Richard GageRichard Gage, P.C.1815 Pebrican AvenueP.O. Box 1223

Cheyenne, WY 82001(307) 433-8864

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