BREAKING: Tell The SC NO to Mandates

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The Supreme Court will rule on Biden’s mandate.

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FAUCI’S NEW GOAL: CONTROL (Video)

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FAUCI’S NEW GOAL: CONTROL

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Two years into the pandemic, the tired narrative of legacy media & public health authoritarians like Fauci, has almost completely reversed from driving fear of the Covid, to ‘we must learn to live with this virus’. So why have Fauci & Co. made such an abrupt ‘about face?’

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“George Soros” Laughs About Destroying Countries And More

Michigan Hound Hunters Calling For Second Extermination of Wolves

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On January 12, 2022, Michigan hound hunter, Jordan Farmer was chasing bobcats on public lands, when one of his dogs was killed by wolves and another injured. Now he and other hound hunters are calling for wolves to be eliminated from their rightful place in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan again, so he and other hunters can “safely” pursue and kill bobcats, bears and other native wildlife.

The gray wolf was not reintroduced into Michigan as many hounders claim, but successfully recovered after centuries of persecution by men just like Farmer. Hound hunters including Farmer maintain that wolves were eradicated for a reason…so recreational hunters can run packs of hounds after native wildlife for the sake of killing for fun. Make no mistake, these “hunters” are not killing for food, but for sport and money. While no hound hunter including Farmer eat the bobcats they kill, they do sell their…

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Buyer Beware: GMO Rebranded as ‘Bioengineered’, Selectively Shows Up on New US Food Labels

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You are likely aware that over the past decade ‘GMO’ or ‘genetically-modified’ food has gained a tarnished reputation among many U.S. consumers. But Big Ag, Big Food and their champions in the U.S. Federal Government have found a way to get around that bugaboo.  They have rebranded and renamed GMO foods to “Bioengineered” foods in the hopes that U.S. consumers can be tricked*.  In fact, starting on Jan. 1, 2022, U.S. consumers have begun to see labels on selected foods that say “bioengineered” or “derived from bioengineering,” (aka GMO) as the new federal law takes effect.  U.S. food manufacturers, importers and retailers must comply with this new national labeling standard for selected foods that have been genetically modified in a way that is not possible through natural growth.

Critics of the new law say the rules devised by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will actually confuse consumers further about…

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Dementia in Women from Air Pollution Toxins

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A growing body of evidence over the last few years has demonstrated that air pollution is a significant risk factor for developing dementia in old age. “These ‘toxic’ responses can make the blood-brain barrier leaky and cause damage to the brain,” says Dr. Jiu-Chiuan Chen, neuroscientist, University of Southern California. Now results from a new scientific study suggest what many scientists have been discovering in recent years: Improved air quality over several years is associated with a reduced risk of dementia in elderly women.

The findings bolster suspicions that external pollutants can contribute to accelerated aging in the brain (which is effectively what dementia is)*. But more critically, they also show that this aging can be slowed down if exposure to those pollutants decreases.

Study overview

Researchers assessed the annual physical and cognitive health of 2,239 US women aged 74 to 92, from 2008 to 2018. They focused on…

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Fans on death of Betty White: An American icon with an infectious spirit

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There was a widespread outpouring of sadness and positive words expressed on social media on Friday following the death of Betty White, a beloved television star whose career lasted more than eight decades.

“White’s death was confirmed Friday by Jeff Witjas, her longtime agent and friend,” the Associated Press reported. “She would have turned 100 on Jan. 17.”

“I truly never thought she was going to pass away,” Witjas said. “She meant the world to me as a friend. She was the most positive person I’ve ever known.”

Notable responses to White’s death included:

  • Joe Biden, president: “Betty White brought a smile to the lips of generations of Americans. She’s a cultural icon who will be sorely missed. Jill and I are thinking of her family and all those who loved her this New Year’s Eve.”
  • Ryan Reynolds, actor: “The world looks different now. She was great at defying expectation. She managed to grow very old and somehow, not old enough. We’ll miss you, Betty. Now you know the secret.”
  • The U.S. Army: “We are saddened by the passing of Betty White. Not only was she an amazing actress, she also served during WWII as a member of the American Women’s Voluntary Services. A true legend on and off the screen.”
  • Nancy Pelosi, House speaker: “Today, we lost a beloved TV icon. Betty White was a pioneering actress, who blessed generations of Americans with her talent and humor for 8 decades.  May it be a comfort to her loved ones and many admirers that so many mourn with them during this sad time.”
  • Megyn Kelly, political commentator: “I am feeling so grateful right now for the many years of enjoyment #BettyWhite brought me and my family (esp when my mom was newly widowed & we lived on Golden Girls). Rest In Peace you wonderful, beautiful, talented woman. And thank you.”
  • Greg Abbott, Texas governor: “RIP #BettyWhite — America’s ‘Golden Girl’”
  • Kayleigh McEnany, former WH press secretary: “Betty White was an American icon with an infectious spirit and a zest for life. Betty was such a joy to watch as “Rose” from Golden Girls. She lit up the screen and quickly became America’s sweetheart. We will miss you, Betty!”
  • Comedy Central: “Betty White showed that funny was ageless.”
  • Debra Messing, actress: “Betty White. Oh noooooooo. I grew up watching and being delighted by her. She was playful and daring and smart. We all knew this day would come but it doesn’t take away the feeling of loss. A national treasure, indeed. Fly with the Angels.”
  • Ryan Seacrest, entertainer: “All of us in Times Square and around the world are grieving the loss of Betty White. She was a TV pioneer who paved the way for so many people. Beyond that, she showed us what you can accomplish in a lifetime through kindness and humor. Rest in peace to a true American icon.”
  • Kevin Sorbo, actor: “I was lucky enough to meet Betty White many years ago. Very gracious and amazing lady. Rest In Peace.”
  • Ellen DeGeneres, comedian: “What an exceptional life. I’m grateful for every second I got to spend with Betty White. Sending love to her family, friends and all of us.”
  • Kirstie Alley, actress: “Wow… what a legacy what a gal what an icon.. Betty White is simply the best. What an inspiration to all humans and a god send to all animal.”

Santa and his reindeers are heading to your corner of the world

Messiah complex: Know the signs

Santa delivering Christmas gifts in comfort and style

Merry Christmas and happy New Year you filthy animals

The Communist In Charge

Toxic Chemical Found in Disposable Face Masks: Researchers

Chemical Free Life

Results from a recent study have revealed that disposal masks may be spreading harmful toxins into the environment.  Researchers found significant amounts of toxins (lead, copper, and antimony) coming out of several masks after exposure to water.

Backstory

Since the pandemic, the demand for disposable plastic face masks (DPFs) has soared. In 2020, production facilities–mainly in China–produced over 52 billion masks – some up to 450 million per day. Researchers estimate these “single-use” items could take up to 450 years for face masks to degrade.

Takeaway

To ensure conclusive testing, a team of scientists analyzed seven different brands of disposable face masks. They soaked all the masks in water to model the actual environmental circumstances for those that end up as trash or litter. Results revealed traces of heavy metals like lead and other toxins such as carcinogenic chemicals in the water.

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Cats are Psychopaths, say scientists

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Researchers have concluded that if cats were humans their behavior would be labeled “psychopathic”. In fact, the new study found that the average cat is likely harboring psychopathic tendencies.

Study overview

“Researchers surveyed pet owners to rate their cats’ level of psychopathy — as defined by human psychological standards. Their findings revealed that most cats fall somewhere on the spectrum of psychopathy — that is, on the “triarchic” concept of psychopathy, which uses levels of boldness, meanness and disinhibition to measure the psychiatric disorder in people.

The 46-question survey, which currently includes 549 participants, asked cat owners to rate whether their cat “torments their prey rather than killing it straight away,” “cat dominates neighborhood cat(s) (e.g. chases them, picks fights with them),” “is undeterred by punishment i.e. will repeat behaviors he/she is scolded for” and “vocalizes loudly (e.g. meows, yowls) for no apparent reason.” Responses were documented on a…

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Glass Octopus Video

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from the Ocean Conservancy

The glass octopus (Vitreledonella richardi) is a very rarely seen cephalopod found in tropical and subtropical waters around the world. The species gets its name from its nearly-transparent body—you can see straight through to the optic nerve, eyes and digestive tract. These octopuses mostly live in the aphotic zone, meaning deep waters where sunlight doesn’t reach, at around 3,000 feet. They can grow to about 1.5 feet long and are estimated to live about 2-5 years.

The glass octopus lives in deep, hard-to-reach places, so there is much we don’t know about this translucent and luminescent cephalopod. So far, there have only been a few sightings and a few specimens recovered from the gut contents of their predators.

We now have new close-up footage of a glass octopus in the wild, thanks to a recent expedition in the U.S. Pacific Remote Islands Marine National…

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A VIDEO OF A JCB RESCUING A BABY ELEPHANT FROM A DEEP PIT GOES VIRAL

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A BABY ELEPHANT GETS A HELPING PUSH UP FROM A JCB

One lucky little Elephant has captured the hearts of people across the internet after it was rescued from a mud pit in the Southern India state of Karnataka.

A video of the rescue operation staged by state forest officials has charmed netizens, as it also shows what some people say was an appreciative gesture from the Elephant, who turned to address the crane that helped to dig it out.

the BABY ELEPHANT being rescued FROM A DEEP PIT by a jcb

The incident took place in Siddapura Village in Coorg district of Karnataka, reported Indian Express.

A good Samaritan recorded and shared the clip, which has been viewed over one million times on Twitter alone. The beginning of the video shows the Elephant struggling to climb up and out of a slippery mud put. Each time it tries, it…

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Honey Adulterated by Food Fraudsters

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Buyer Beware: We have previously published reports indicating honey may be contaminated with pesticides like RoundUp Weedkiller (Glyphosate). But now there is news of another type of issue concerning honey: If you choose to throw that low-cost honey into your cart beware that it may have been intentionally adulterated (diluted with sugar) by food fraudsters. 

Low-cost “Chinese honey dominates the global market but is controversial because beekeepers in other countries say laboratory tests suggest some of the global supply is targeted by fraudsters who dilute it with cheaper sugar syrup.

In China, the authorities have been warned of the threat. The Institute of Apicultural Research in Beijing stated in a research paper in March last year: “In order to seek higher profits, high-quality honey is subjected to sugar adulteration through the addition of cheaper sweeteners.”

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Ouch!!! Pennsylvania is a blue State hopefully this will make it turn red

Homeless and Very Unlucky

Some coffee and she’s all set ☕

Remembering The Fallen

Oh Dear! Pray for our country!!

The Beaver Moon partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 19 will be the longest of the century. Here are its stages explained.

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Joe Rao

  1. The next eclipse of the moon will greet early risers before dawn on Friday morning (Nov. 19) across North America. 

It will be the second lunar eclipse of 2021 and, in some ways, will be similar to the last one on May 26. Most North Americans will again need to get up early and look low in the west toward daybreak. And again, the farther west you are the better, as the moon will appear much higher from the western part of the continent as opposed to locations farther to the east. It will also be the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years, lasting just over 6 hours, with its pass through the darkest part of Earth’s shadow taking about 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds, and also the longest this century.

But in another way, it will be different. This lunar eclipse will fall just shy of being total; 97.4% of the moon’s diameter will become immersed in the Earth’s dark umbral shadow at maximum eclipse, leaving just the southernmost limb ever-so-slightly beyond the outer edge of the umbra. 

To those watching with the naked eye, binoculars and small telescopes, the lower edge of the moon will likely remain much brighter than the deep red or ochre hue we can expect across the rest of the moon’s face. 

To prepare for the Beaver Moon lunar eclipse of 2021, check out our guide on how to photograph the moon with a camera. If you need imaging gear, consider our best cameras for astrophotography and best lenses for astrophotography to make sure you’re ready for the next eclipse.

A map showing the visibility of the partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 18-19, 2021.
A map showing the visibility of the partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 18-19, 2021. (Image credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio)

Studying the diagram and map courtesy of Fred Espenak’s Eclipsewise.com, along with our timetable, tells what to expect at your location and when. As you watch the progress of the eclipse it appears that the Earth’s shadow is creeping across the moon’s face. But as you can see from the diagram, it’s really the moon that is doing the creeping. As it moves in its orbit around the Earth, the moon moves from west to east (right to left) through the Earth’s shadow. The Mercator map shows that those near the West Coast will see the maximum phase of the eclipse happen high in a dark sky long before sunrise. Skywatchers farther east will find the moon sinking lower toward the west around mid-eclipse. 

If you’re in Hawaii, the eclipse happens deep in the night and nearly overhead. For New Zealand, Australia, Japan, China and Southeast Asia, it comes on the evening of Nov. 19 local date. 

Related: Amazing photos of the Super Flower Blood Moon of 2021 Local circumstances for the partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 19, 2021 EventESTCSTMSTPSTMoon enters penumbra1:02 a.m.12:02 a.m.*11:02 p.m.*10:02 p.m.Penumbra first visible?1:54 a.m.12:54 a.m.*11:54 p.m.*10:54 p.m.Moon enters umbra2:18 a.m.1:18 a.m.12:18 a.m.*11:18 p.m.Mid-eclipse4:02 a.m.3:02 a.m.2:02 a.m.1:02 a.m.Moon leaves umbra5:47 a.m.4:47 a.m.3:47 a.m.2:47 a.m.Penumbra last visible?6:10 a.m.5:10 a.m.4:10 a.m.3:10 a.m.Moon leaves penumbra7:03 a.m.6:03 a.m.5:03 a.m.4:03 a.m.

*Times listed with an asterisk denote times prior to midnight; the corresponding calendar date is Nov. 18.

Because the moon will arrive at apogee — the farthest point in its orbit from Earth — on Nov. 20, it will also be moving at its slowest speed in its orbit. That’s why it will seem to move at an almost “leisurely pace” through the Earth’s shadow, taking over 100 minutes from the time of first umbral contact to the time of greatest eclipse, and vice versa (greatest eclipse to last umbral contact). 

Phases of the eclipse

This diagram shows the stages of the partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 18-19, 2021.
This diagram shows the stages of the partial lunar eclipse on Nov. 18-19, 2021. (Image credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio)

This eclipse will occur in five phases, with different things to watch for at each.

Phase 1: “Moon enters penumbra” is when the moon’s leading edge enters the pale outer fringe of Earth’s shadow: the penumbra. But the shadow is so weak that most people won’t see anything of the penumbra until about 70% of the moon’s diameter is inside of it. Watch for a slight darkening to become apparent on the moon’s celestial southeast (lower left) side. The penumbral shading gradually becomes more evident as the moon moves deeper in.

Phase 2: “Moon enters umbra” marks the beginning of the partial eclipse. This will be a much more obvious and dramatic sight as the moon’s leading-edge slips into the umbra, where no direct sunlight reaches. With a telescope, watch as the umbra’s edge engulfs various lunar features such as craters, mountains and valleys.

And as the moon wanes to a crescent, be sure to take a look around the sky. Before the eclipse began, the sky was bright; the moon acting like a spotlight obliterating all but the brightest stars. But as the moon becomes more and more diminished, you’ll begin seeing more and more of the fainter stars. At maximum eclipse, the moon could appear nearly 10,000 times dimmer than before the eclipse began. One object that will certainly stand out during the darkest phase of the eclipse will be the famous Pleiades star cluster which will be positioned about a half dozen degrees above and slightly to the right of the moon. 

Phase 3: “Maximum eclipse” will be when just a final bright arc remains on the moon’s lower rim, while the rest of the moon is showing a foreboding reddish glow. This ruddy coloration shining onto the moon is sunlight that has skimmed and bent through the Earth’s atmosphere; the combined light of all the sunrises and sunsets that ring our world at this particular moment. If an astronaut were on the lunar surface. He or she would see the sun hidden behind a dark Earth ringed with a thin, brilliant band of reddish or orange-yellow light. If our hypothetical astronaut were located on the moon’s southernmost regions, however, a narrow edge of the sun would be evident along the dark edge of the Earth. At this time, 97.4% of the moon will be immersed in the Earth’s dark shadow.

Dark or bright?

The mainstream media has come to refer to a total (or in this case, almost total) lunar eclipse as a “blood moon” because the moon’s tendency to glow a ruddy color at maximum eclipse. 

But this is not always so. 

Two factors affect a lunar eclipse’s color and brightness. The first is how deeply the moon penetrates into the umbra; the umbra’s center is much darker compared to its edge. The other factor is the state of the Earth’s atmosphere along the sunrise/sunset line. If the air is very clear, the eclipse is bright with shades of reddish copper or orange, almost like a shiny new penny. But in the aftermath of a major volcanic eruption, the stratosphere, about 30 miles (50 km) high, becomes polluted with an aerosol cloud — a thin global haze — causing the moon to appear more similar to a chocolate brown, ashen gray, or on rare occasions (as was the case in 1963 and 1992) almost totally black. 

In addition, look carefully near the moon’s south rim for tinges of blue that is slightly refracted through, and tinted by, Earth’s ozone-rich upper atmosphere.

Final phases

Phase 4: “Moon leaves umbra.” After the partial eclipse attains its maximum and as the moon continues eastward along its orbit, events replay in reverse sequence. 

Phase 5: “Moon leaves penumbra.” When the last scallop of the Earth’s umbra exits the moon’s disk, only the last, penumbral shading is left. By about 25 minutes later, nothing unusual remains at all and our November full moon appears as bright as ever. 

If it’s cloudy, North Americans won’t have to wait long for more lunar eclipses. In 2022 there will be two total eclipses, the first coming on May 15-16 and the second occurring on Nov. 8. Both will be visible across much of North America, with the first coming during “prime-time” evening-to-midnight hours, while the second takes place (again) during the early hours of the morning; moonset and sunrise will interrupt the latter stages for those living in the East. Interestingly, in both cases the duration of totality will be the same, lasting 85 minutes. 

Joe Rao serves as an instructor and guest lecturer at New York’s Hayden Planetarium. He writes about astronomy for Natural History magazine, the Farmers’ Almanac and other publications. Follow us on Twitter @Spacedotcom and on Facebook.

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Joe Rao

Joe Rao is Space.com’s skywatching columnist, as well as a veteran meteorologist and eclipse chaser who also serves as an instructor and guest lecturer at New York’s Hayden Planetarium. He writes about astronomy for Natural History magazine, the Farmers’ Almanac and other publications.

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Is the US going to experience another Covid wave? The more infectious strain of Delta makes up 10% of all cases in the UK- only 7 infections have been detected in America so far

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In the United States, a novel sublineage of the highly contagious Delta strain that is gaining popularity in the UK has been discovered.

Known as AY.4.2, it now accounts for over 10% of all infections in the UK as of October 9, up from 4% in mid-September.

Meanwhile, it is much less common in the United States, with only seven cases reported in four states and the District of Columbia.

Researchers believe AY.4.2 is 10% more transmissible than the original strain, but it’s too soon to say if it causes more serious sickness.

However, as the number of cases and deaths in the United Kingdom rises, some fear that the United States may be hit by another epidemic, while others argue that this is not the case.

AY.4.2 seems to have derived from the Delta AY.4 sub-variant, which in turn originated from the original Delta variation, according to outbreak.info.

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Conditions were not golden for polar bears in the 1980s despite what activist expert claims

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Does the following statement stand up to scrutiny – i.e. a fact check – of the scientific literature on polar bear ecology?

In the 1980s, “the males were huge, females were reproducing regularly and cubs were surviving well,” Amstrup said. “The population looked good.”

[Steven Amstrup, Anchorage Daily News (Borenstein and colleagues), 5 November 2021: ‘How warming affects Arctic sea ice and polar bears’]

Steven Amstrup

In short, it does not.

In 2007, polar bear specialist Steven Amstrup was almost single-handedly responsible for the failed survival model that got polar bears classified as ‘Threatened’ under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in the US. He has admitted that he retired from the US Geological Survey and sought employment with activist organization Polar Bears International (PBI) in 2012 because he wanted a bigger bullhorn for his predictions of polar bear catastrophe than was permitted under his role as a government…

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Woman Takes Campaign Signs Ahead Of VA Race, Gets In Dem Delegate’s Car

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A Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates was pulled over by police Monday after a deputy noticed a woman exit the car he was driving and take some campaign signs. 

Chris Hurst, a Democrat representing Virginia’s 12th legislative district, was given a “notice” that he was “driving with a suspended license,” according to the Roanoke Times, after a Radford County Sheriff’s deputy saw a woman “turning over” and “bending over” campaign signs outside a recreation center. 

The woman then got into a vehicle, driven by Hurst. The deputy called for assistance and a local police officer pulled the vehicle over. He then notified Hurst that he was driving with a suspended license, but no citations were given, according to a city spokesperson. 

The deputy noticed that some of the signs had been damaged. The woman, later identified as Hurst’s girlfriend, Emily Frentress, was asked to return the signs. She complied with the request, local news reported, per Fox News. No other information about the nature of the signs was given by local police.

The city has referred its investigation to the Virginia State Police, who told Fox News that they could not comment on the suspension because the “inquiry concerns an elected official.” VSP said they “can only investigate an elected official at the authorization of the Attorney General.”

Hurst, whose district includes Radford County, as well as Giles County, and parts of two other counties, was elected in 2017 and assumed office in 2018. He is running for a third term against Republican challenger Jason Ballard.

Ballard released a statement to the Roanoke Times following reports of the traffic stop:

I am deeply disappointed that Chris Hurst has decided to end his campaign in such a reckless way. His latest misstep is yet another reason why he doesn’t deserve another term as Delegate. I, on the other hand, will remain laser focused on the issues that matter most to the people of the 12th District. I will always strive to set a good and positive example for my children and the fine people of the New River Valley.

According to The Roanoke Times, Hurst was pulled over in the town of Christiansburg in January of last year, after registering a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.085 percent, just above the legal limit. The outlet reported that his breath smelled of alcohol and he struggled with a “walk and turn” test, but he passed other field tests. He was told to let his girlfriend drive him home.

The outlet reported that field breath tests are not admissible in court, and Hurst’s BAC level was such that by the time he would have been taken to a magistrate’s office for a test, he would likely have been below the limit. It was also within 15 days of the next legislative session, which was within the period of legal immunity for Virginia legislators.

Virginia voters head to the polls Tuesday. Polls close at 7 p.m.

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CDC Reports 28x More Fully Vaxxed Than Unvaxxed Were Hospitalized With COVID June-Sept

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A new CDC study (inadvertently?) finds 28 times more fully vaccinated patients (5,213) were hospitalized with COVID from June to September than the unvaccinated with prior infection (189) in nine U.S. states.

The CDC was apparently hoping this study would demonstrate the superiority of vaccination relative to natural immunity from a prior infection so they could compel more Americans to get vaccinated. It may have backfired.

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Out of 201,269 people hospitalized with “COVID-19-like illness” from January to September (2021) in 9 states, just 1,020 (0.5%) of the hospitalizations occurred in unvaccinated people previously infected with COVID. This is a remarkably small number considering the CDC has estimated 120.2 million Americans (36.8% of the US population) had already been infected with COVID by late May.

Out of these 1,020 unvaccinated COVID patients landing in the hospital from January to September, 89 (8.7%) had tested positive for COVID…

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UK Study finds Covid spreads just as easily from infected people who are Vaccinated

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Covid, Coronavirus, Bioweapons.A new study shows vaccinated people are about 40% less likely to catch Covid, but if or when they do catch it they pose the same risk to the people close to them regardless of their vaccination status.

The study also confirmed that vaccinated immunity was falling within three months of vaccination. Presumably, if a vaccinated person is 40% less likely to catch Covid in the first place, then being vaccinated will reduce the odds of bringing the SARS virus home on any given day. But given that protection wanes so quickly and Covid has such a high exponential rate of spread, a temporary 40% reduction of the risk of catching the virus is not game-changing.

The Imperial College study shows that draconian rules isolating the unvaccinated from the vaccinated are not medically justified. Put another way, an unvaccinated person infected with Covid is no more likely to spread the…

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Liberty Counsel Challenging Biden’s Unlawful Shot Mandates

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Liberty Counsel recently filed a class action lawsuit [1] along with a motion for a temporary restraining order and injunction [2] against Joseph R. Biden, U.S. Secretary of the Department of Defense and U.S. Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security on behalf of members from all five branches of the military, federal employees and federal civilian contractors, who have been unlawfully mandated to get the COVID shots or face dishonorable discharge from the military or termination from employment. The preliminary injunction hearing will be on Monday, November 15 at 9 a.m., in the Middle District Court of Florida…

The COVID shots cannot be mandatory under the federal Emergency Use Authorization law (EUA). While BioNTech’s COMIRNATY is FDA approved, it is not available and will not be for at least many months. There is no FDA-approved COVID shot available [3]. Under the EUA, individuals have the “option to accept…

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