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February 20, 2022

Dozens of Freedom Convoy Protestors Arrested

Canadian police began arresting demonstrators of the “Freedom Convoy,” the protest by truckers over COVID-19 restrictions, including vaccine mandates.

Truckers started their blockade in Ottawa last month, and demonstrations have since spread across the country. Police launched a massive operation to clear the protest.

“There is a large police presence on Nicholas Street, protesters are being advised to leave immediately,” the Ottawa police said.

“Some protesters are surrendering and are being arrested. We ask protesters to remain peaceful and lawful.”

Ahead of the arrests, Ottawa police issued a notice to demonstrators warning them that anyone participating or assisting the blockade was committing a crime.

Police said protestors “may be arrested and charged with criminal offenses including but not limited to mischief, and potentially charged with a variety of other non-criminal offenses.”

Ottawa Police established a secured area that people could not travel within.


Canadian police begin arrests in trucker protests

February 7, 2022

Army Initiates Involuntary Separations of COVID-19 Vaccine Refusers

The U.S. Army has initiated the involuntary separation of service members who’ve refused the COVID-19 vaccine.

Secretary of the Army Christine Wormuth issued a directive that “commanders are to initiate involuntary administrative separation proceedings against any Soldier who has refused the COVID-19 vaccination order and does not have an approved or pending exemption request.”

Servicemembers will be discharged under honorable or general conditions unless there is unrelated detrimental conduct, a provision designated under the recently-enacted 2022 National Defense Authorization Act.

“Army readiness depends on Soldiers who are prepared to train, deploy, fight and win our nation’s wars,” Wormuth said.

“Unvaccinated Soldiers present risk to the force and jeopardize readiness. We will begin involuntary separation proceedings for Soldiers who refuse the vaccine order and are not pending a final decision on an exemption.”


Department of the Army to initiate separation of COVID-19 vaccination order refusers

February 3, 2022

Freedom Convoy: Truckers Block US-Canada Border in Protest Against COVID Mandates

Canadian truckers blocking the U.S.-Canada border in a “Freedom Convoy” say they will stay put until the government agrees to roll back federal vaccine and mask mandates.

The convoy, which began on Jan. 23, culminated on Jan. 29 when thousands of protestors arrived in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada’s capital, to join the protest. Many truckers have remained parked in the same spots since the weekend in below-freezing temperatures.

“The people want change. They feel that we are their last hope because nobody else is listening. We’re listening and we are here,” one trucker named Travis said

But Canadian authorities have denounced the movement as an “unlawful blockade,” saying they’re taking action to clear the truckers.

In a statement, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said: “What may have begun as a peaceful assembly quickly turned into an unlawful blockade.”

“While the Alberta RCMP has been in a position to conduct enforcement, we have been engaged with protesters at the Coutts border crossing in an effort to find a peaceful and safe resolution for all involved. We thought we had a path to resolution, the protesters eventually chose not to comply.”

“As of this morning, further action is being taken by the Alberta RCMP as this blockade continues to impede the ability for emergency agencies to provide full services to area residents,” the RCMP added.

Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has refused to meet with the protestors.

“We won’t give in to those who fly racist flags. We won’t cave to those who engage in vandalism,” he said.


Freedom Convoy: Police move in as public turns on truckers blocking US-Canada border

January 23, 2022

SHOCKING: FOI Request Reveals Real Covid Death Toll In U.K.

In the United Kingdom; Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that come Thursday, mandatory face coverings and Covid passports in public spaces will be dropped.

(Watch Video Below for full announcement)

Boris Johnson Announcement on Covid Passports and Facial Coverings

This announcement comes on the heels of two controversial revelations. The first of which includes a scandal involving the prime minister having “Bring your own booze” parties while knowingly violating coronavirus restrictions in the process. The other lesser known revelation involves a freedom of information request to show how many people died purely from Covid with no other underlying causes.

The report states the following:

FOI Ref: ​FOI/2021/3240

You asked

​​Please can you advise on deaths purely from covid with no other underlying causes.

We said

Thank you for your request.

We are responsible for the production of mortality data for England and Wales, this is derived from death certificates in the process of death registration.

For mortality figures where COVID-19 was the sole cause of death, please see: Pre-existing conditions of people whose death was recorded with an underlying cause of COVID-19, this dataset can be found in section 8 of the Monthly mortality analysis bulletin. This dataset provides a greater insight into the leading pre-existing cause of death groups, for deaths occurring in England and Wales, in 2020 and the first two quarters of 2021 that were due to COVID-19.

Please see ‘table 1a, row 28’ (2020) and ‘table 1, row 29 (2021)’ for deaths where COVID-19 was listed as the underlying cause, but had no other pre-existing conditions recorded on the death certificate, England and Wales. Table 1b represents these figures for England and table 1c figures are for Wales.

This publication will be updated quarterly. COVID-19 deaths involving pre-existing conditions is split by broad age groups between 1-64 and 65+.

Please see below for death registrations for 2020 and 2021 (provisional) that were due to COVID-19 and were recorded without any pre-existing conditions, England and Wales.

2020: 9400 (0-64: 1549 / 65 and over: 7851)

2021 Q1: 6483 (0-64: 1560/ 65 and over: 4923)

2021 Q2: 346 (0-64: 153/ 65 and over: 193)

2021 Q3: 1142 (0-64: 512/ 65 and over: 630)

If you would like to discuss this query further, please contact [email protected]

Therefore, 2020 and [the] first 3 quarters of 2021 Total deaths from covid alone [was] 17,371.

In his popular YouTube Channel with over 2 million subscribers Dr. John Campbell from England described the media not picking up this story as “Surprising, because it’s a huge story.”

The video goes over the numbers in detail and is available below.

Dr. John Campbell: Freedom of information revelation
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January 14, 2022

Supreme Court Strikes Down Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

The Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration’s workplace vaccine-or-test mandate, but it upheld the requirement for most of the country’s health care workers.

The high court’s conservative majority ruled 6-3 to halt the mandate for large employers, saying that the administration had acted outside its authority. President Joe Biden’s order would’ve affected more than 80 million people.

“[The Occupational Safety and Health Administration] has never before imposed such a mandate. Nor has Congress. Indeed, although Congress has enacted significant legislation addressing the COVID–19 pandemic, it has declined to enact any measure similar to what OSHA has promulgated here,” the justices wrote in the majority opinion.

Justices decided 5-4 to keep the requirement in place for healthcare workers. The mandate, enforced by the Department of Health and Human Services, requires employees of medical facilities that accept Medicare or Medicaid to be vaccinated.


Supreme Court halts COVID-19 vaccine rule for US businesses

January 12, 2022

Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Goes into Effect

President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate went into effect this week amid a continued Supreme Court battle over the order’s fate.

Previously, a federal court blocked the order, and then it was reinstated, leaving employers unsure how to proceed. Justices seemed skeptical about the mandate’s legality on Friday but didn’t block or postpone its implementation.

The order requires businesses with 100 or more workers to have a database of their vaccination statuses, post their company vaccine policy, provide paid leave to employees getting the vaccine, and require unvaccinated employees to wear a mask.

Enforcement of the rule falls to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The agency said it won’t issue penalties until February 9.

“OSHA has been very careful to say that as long as employers are in good faith moving towards compliance, that they’re not going to issue any citations until February 9,” Domenique Camacho Moran, a New York-based employment attorney, told The Hill.

“But if there’s an egregious violation, I don’t think employers can rely on the promise that there will not be a citation,” she continued. “Employers need to take steps to immediately comply.” 

However, even collecting information on employees’ vaccination statuses has been difficult for some.

“Even the requirement of just figuring out who is vaccinated and who isn’t is a significant burden, and the confusion around court rulings and whether the rule is in effect hasn’t helped,” said Ed Egee of the National Retail Federation, which asked the Supreme Court to halt the mandate.

Employers who fail to comply with the order could face up to $14,000 in fines per violation.


Biden coronavirus vaccine-or-test mandate goes into effect

January 12, 2022

Liberal Supreme Court Justice Under Fire for COVID-19 Misinformation


1948: Mahatma Gandhi begins his final fast

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor received criticism after falsely claiming that there are 100,000 children in the U.S. hospitalized with COVID-19 “in serious condition.”

Sotomayor, appointed by former President Barack Obama, also claimed that omicron is “just as deadly” as the delta variant for the unvaccinated.

“Omicron is as deadly as delta and causes as much serious disease in the unvaccinated as delta did,” the justice said during a hearing on President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate. “The numbers—look at the hospitalization rates going up. We have more infected people today than we did a year ago in January. We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people severely ill on ventilators. We have over 100,000 children, which we’ve never had before, in serious condition, and many on ventilators.”

According to HHS data, as of January 8, there are roughly 5,000 children hospitalized, either with suspected covid or a confirmed laboratory test. This figure includes patients in observation beds. “So Sotomayor’s number is at least 20 times higher than reality, even before you determine how many are in ‘serious condition,'” The Washington Post reported.

According to CDC data, there have been less than 100,000 — 82,843 to be exact — hospital admissions of children with confirmed covid since August 1, 2020.

There is data to support that the rate of pediatric admissions is rising, with a caveat. Earlier this week, the American Academy of Pediatrics reported a sharp increase in pediatric cases — but some children are hospitalized for another reason (i.e., a broken arm) and then test positive for covid through screenings at the hospital.

People quickly took notice of Sotomayor’s false information, with some saying it was “terrifying” to realize a Supreme Court justice could be so misinformed.

“It’s actually terrifying that a Supreme Court justice can be so misinformed. The emperor has no clothes,” Christina Pushaw tweeted.

More inaccurate info from the bench

Meanwhile, Clinton appointed Justice Stephen Breyer false claimed there were 750 million new cases of covid in the U.S. on Thursday.

“750 million new cases yesterday, or close to that, is a lot. I don’t mean to be facetious,” Breyer said.

The actual number was closer to 750,000. On Thursday, the U.S. recorded 786,824 new cases, according to the Daily Mail.


Liberal Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor under fire for overstating that 100,000 children are currently hospitalized with COVID and ‘many are on ventilators’ while Stephen Breyer says there have been 750 MILLION cases

December 9, 2021

Senate Poised to Crush Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

The Senate is expected to vote to nullify President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate, handing the GOP a significant symbolic victory.

Republicans say they expect the resolution to pass with at least 52 votes after centrist Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.VA) and Jon Tester (D-MT) announced their support. 

“The basis of my decision is we don’t like mandates, and quite frankly, I heard a lot from my business community that they didn’t like — workability was bad,” Tester said.

White House press secretary Jen Psaki downplayed the significance of Manchin and Tester’s defection.

“The president has a great relationship with Sen. Tester, one with Sen. Manchin, and he has always had constructive and open dialogue with both of them,” Psaki said. 

She added that Biden would veto the disapproval resolution if it passes through both chambers.

“If it comes to the president’s desk, he will veto it,” Psaki said.


Senate expected to vote to overturn Biden vaccine mandate for businesses as soon as Wednesday

November 28, 2021

Actor Says He Was Fired From Show Because of His Unvaccinated Status

General Hospital actor Steve Burton said he was fired from the show over refusing to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

“I wanted you to hear it from me personally,” Burton says in an Instagram video. “Unfortunately, General Hospital has let me go because of the vaccine mandate.”

The actor said he applied for medical and religious exemptions but was denied.

“This is also about personal freedom to me. I don’t think anybody should lose their livelihood over this,” Burton said.

Burton played Jason Morgan on General Hospital for 30 years. He was in more than 2,200 episodes of the daytime soap opera.

“Maybe one day if these mandates are lifted, I can return and finish my career as Jason Morgan. That would be an honor,” Burton said. “And if not, I’m going to take this amazing experience, move forward and be forever grateful.”


Steve Burton confirms he’s leaving ‘General Hospital’ over COVID vaccine mandate

November 24, 2021

Biden Asks Federal Court to Reinstate Workplace Vaccine Mandate

The White House asked a federal court to reinstate President Joe Biden’s workplace vaccine mandate that was put on ice earlier this month as administration officials hope to bolster vaccination numbers heading into winter.

In court papers filed overnight on Tuesday, the Biden administration implored the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit to lift its order blocking the rule, which requires businesses with at least 100 employees to comply with mandatory COVID-19 vaccination or regular testing.

“Delaying this standard would endanger many thousands of people and would likely cost many lives per day,” the filing read. “With the reopening of workplaces and the emergence of the highly transmissible Delta variant, the threat to workers is ongoing and overwhelming.”

Previously, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit issued a temporary stay (or block), calling the mandate “fatally flawed,” and ordered that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) refrain from enforcing it “pending adequate judicial review.”

The move marks the Biden administration’s most significant legal maneuver since the case was transferred to the Cincinnati-based appeals court.

What happens next during this round of legal battles will have heavy implications on the mandate’s future.

“Because the emergency standard can only be in effect for six months, its fate rests mostly on the outcome of this stay motion,” said Sean M. Marotta, a partner at the Hogan Lovells law firm.


Biden seeks to revive workplace vaccine mandate

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