News Digest: July 14 – 15, 2022

  • Health experts are quitting the NIH and CDC in droves because they're embarrassed by 'bad science' - including vaccinating children under 5 to 'make their advice palatable to the White House,' doctors

    • The NIH and CDC are reportedly facing staffing shortages as low morale drives away employees
    • Decisions like the closure of schools and then requiring face masks once they reopened led to many questioning leadership
    • Lately, the authorization of COVID-19 vaccines for children four years old of younger has confused some in America’s top medical agencies
    • Bari Weiss’ ‘Common Sense’ Substack reports that data from both Pfizer and Moderna’s clinical trials for jabs in under-5s show limited effectiveness 

  • 20% of Deaths Reported After COVID Vaccines Related to Cardiac Disorders, CDC Data Show

    Lots of data in the article.

  • Four Big Questions For Election Fraud Deniers

    I’m going to list the four questions. Please read the entire article for details. Robinson has been doing a great job covering the election fraud. Very important and we cannot ever let this go. I have heard some conservatives criticizing Trump for continuing to talk about and focus on this. He should be. Without genuine elections that we can trust, we no longer have a country.

    QUESTION #1: Why do Democrats continue to insist that election fraud does not exist — and that such “baseless claims” have been “debunked” — when prominent Democrats insisted (in 2017 and 2018 and 2019 and 2020) that election fraud does exist and it’s a very big problem?

    QUESTION #2: Why were 78 million American votes from 800 counties in seven states sent overseas to be “handled” by a bankrupt Spanish company in Barcelona called SCYTL in 2020? Why is SCYTL’s biggest customer the Department of Defense? Why would the Department of Defense subcontract the “processing” of 78 million American votes to a foreign company?

    QUESTION #3: Why did the Associated Press just publish an article that admitted Dominion voting machines are vulnerable to hacking — and must be fixed immediately with software patches in 16 states? Why did the federal government’s own cybersecurity agency (CISA) send out a bulletin to state election officials on June 3rd that warned them about nine security vulnerabilities that must be addressed?

    QUESTION #4: Why has a federal judge in Georgia refused to release a report by a cybersecurity expert who inspected Dominion voting machines and found them vulnerable to hacking and manipulation?

  • the mask karens are back

    Very good article. I recommend the whole thing. Here’s a taste:

    what dr amy is really saying:

    • i am anxious and manage it poorly through performative action.
    • i want to wear masks but fear social disapproval more.
    • i want “authorities” force others to share my superstitious observances so that i can mitigate my fear without risk of censure or of appearing low status.

    this is the nasty trap of the anxiety-raddled:

    they want to act in certain ways to assuage their apprehension, but to do so invites scrutiny, disapproval, and ridicule. and they fear that more than the germs.

    Many Like Her

    it’s telling that she wants mandates and coercion rather than trying to convince those possessed of a choice.

    it smacks of both desperation and of entitlement. the admonition to “have the courage to force people to act as i demand” feels more like a cry for help than a sound foundational basis for public health.

    and there are many more just like her.

    Self-Digging Hole

    this generates a truly tragic confluence of emotional need: you’re anxious and fearful, you feel right in this and worse, righteous. thus the anxious become crusaders filled with oppressive zeal to force others to validate them and this baseless bullying feels like ethics. it feels good.

    this constitutes the literal weaponization of anxiety as a force for social sabotage and crisis exaggeration.

    and that becomes a self-digging hole.


  • I repeat, NIH, CDC, FDA, Moderna, and Pfizer high officials met me secretly at HHS 2020 in Washington & on walks on DC mall, telling me they feared for careers & safety; told me do not stop!

    I’m at the point I do not have a lot of sympathy, if any, for officials and doctors and others who are not speaking out. It is why I wrote an open letter to doctors. These people Dr. Alexander is talking about need to speak up and act!

    Officials met me to say they read what I write & say at HHS to Fauci & NIH & FDA & they agree & in fear of safety to speak out but know the vaccines have no clinical data, don’t work, harmful;

    Officials Said this to Dr. Alexander

    They told me not to stop what I was doing speaking out and writing the FDA for they all knew of my communications warning about the vaccines. They said that they would never give the vaccines from Moderna or Pfizer to their children, ever and how unsafe they knew they would be for kids, and even pregnant women. They told me that pregnant women were at risk from the vaccines and the developing child. They were angered as they did not have the proper safety data (e.g. too short duration follow-up, small sample sizes etc.) and did not understand why their agency heads were going ahead with the vaccines. This was about early Fall 2020.

    Thinking of Quitting

    They told me they were thinking of quitting, many were. They were ashamed to be working at FDA and CDC and NIH and were mostly concerned about the poor quality and very sub-optimal data being used to make critical decisions. They told me no one at higher levels e.g. directors were listening to any concerns about the terrible data and safety issues.

  • Why is USG rewriting the history of the mRNA vaccines?

    This is not the first time that the Nature journals failed to properly cite and acknowledge the early work of Dr. Malone and his other co-inventors listed on the patents as the actual inventors of the mRNA vaccine platform and technologies. In September, 2021, Nature published an article, written by Eli Dolgin that asserts that the first proof of principle experiments occurred much later in 2005.  That paper was never corrected, even though Dr. Malone notified the author, Eli Dolgin about the error. Mr. Dolgin refused to even read the patents and to consider that fact that the timeline listed in that paper was incorrect.  This has set up a cascade of major newspapers, journals and magazines insisting that Dr. Malone has nothing to do with the actual proof of principle mRNA vaccine experiments.

    Patents Filed

    Dr. Malone filed patent and disclosures from the Salk included in-vivo RNA transfection and also methods for mRNA stabilization – now being claimed as invented by others. These are available for review on his website.

    His research was continued at Vical in 1989, where the first in-vivo mammalian rat experiments were designed by him. The mRNA, constructs, reagents were developed at the Salk institute and at Vical by Dr. Malone, this included dosing amounts for the in-vivo experiments. RNA and DNA were sent to Dr. Jon Wolff via Fedex. Dr.Wolff at the University of Wisconsin injected mice and rats. The initial patent disclosures for RNA and DNA vaccination were written by Dr. Malone in 1988-1989 – those are also on his website.

    The article also includes links to patents.

  • return on grift looks to be diminishing rapidly

    This is good news. Despite the constant push to get vaccines and boosters, it’s not working in the U.S. as the charts in this post show. COVID tests are down and so are the jabs.

    they have pushed it too far and people’s credulity broke in the face of increasing evidence.

  • Should you get the Novavax vaccine?

    Here are my top 5 reasons to say “No” to Novavax:

    1. COVID is a disease which is easily treatable. Why would you take a risk on a new product with unknown risks when you don’t need to?
    2. As Andrew Wakefield and others point out, we’ve never had a vaccine where the benefits > outweigh the risk. While this might be the first one, you’ll want to wait for an independent study that proves it.
    3. You can’t trust the FDA, CDC, or drug companies. They have to come clean and admit their issues before we can ever trust them again.
    4. You run the risk of original antigenic sin (OAS) and/or antibody dependent enhancement (ADE). In short, you run the risk of making yourself worse off.
    5. We just don’t know. We don’t know anything about their adjuvant — Matrix M. We don’t know anything about safety. We don’t know if they can manufacture it properly (they are now on their third contract manufacturer).

  • Fauci Makes Surprising Concession Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines

    I’m so fucking tired of Fauci. First of all, no one will ever convince me that he got the vaccine or boosters or whatever. He didn’t do it. This is all propaganda on his part. Just my opinion and of course I could be wrong, but I really, really doubt it. So when he spouts this bullshit below, particularly the narrative of: the vaccine protected me from extreme suffering and death, keep in mind he never got the vaccine. This is just to scare the hell out of the sheeple willing to listen. Yes, I’m a little irritated at the moment.

    Speaking during a Fox News interview, Fauci told host Neil Cavuto that “one of the things that’s clear from the data [is] that … vaccines—because of the high degree of transmissibility of this virus—don’t protect overly well, as it were, against infection.”

    But Fauci said later that the vaccines “protect quite well against severe disease leading to hospitalization and death” before he made note of his recent COVID-19 diagnosis.

    “At my age, being vaccinated and boosted, even though it didn’t protect me against infection, I feel confident that it made a major role in protecting me from progressing to severe disease,” said Fauci, who is 81 and has worked in various capacities in the federal government since the late 1960s. He’s also headed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since the Reagan administration.

    Fauci then said it’s because of the vaccination that it is “very likely why I had a relatively mild course.”

  • Here Comes A Recount In Colorado

    The initial results of that race were astonishing: a little-known employee of Mark Zuckerberg’s private election charity named Pam Anderson took temporary leave from that position to run in the most important election integrity race in Colorado (and a GOP primary no less) as a write-in candidate — and somehow managed to win the race by 15 points (even though she trailed Tina Peters by 20 points in the polls) with no money and no visible support from Republicans.

    That’s right: a no-name Zuckerberg charity stooge was the beneficiary of a 35 point polling swing in a GOP primary!

    Isn’t that convenient?

  • In memory of those who "died suddenly" in the United States and worldwide, July 5-July 11

    Movie/TV stars in the US, Kenya, India and Sri Lanka (and a French voice actress), filmmakers in China and Malaya, five doctors and a nurse in Italy; four Russian men in the same district; & more

    Share this resource anywhere you can. We need to push information like this out there until it cannot be ignored. Miller writes:

    The toll in Italy is so egregious that some few press outlets have begun to note it—and that’s precisely what the media should do not just in Italy, but everywhere, so please share this week’s summaries far and wide.

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