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Trump was right again, JP Morgan put out a report and say that gas might hit 10 dollars a gallon. Pete Buttigieg wants everyone to by election because of rising fuel costs, but the electrical plants are driven by coal and natural gas. The [CB] bank narrative is falling apart. The states push back on the Great Reset and Green New deal. The [DS] is now completely exposed, they are trapped and trapped animals become desperate. This is what we are witnessing, Trump wanted these people exposed, he wanted the people to see the true nature and who they really are and how evil they are. This is what people are witnessing now. Everything they are trying to do is backfiring and people are seeing their evil dictates. The [DS] has overthrown the government of the US, using election fraud, fake news and big tech. Nothing can stop this, this is going to be biblical.
- A report written by Christyan Malek, J.P. Morgan’s head of oil and gas research, said the price of oil could go up to $125 next year. The J.P. Morgan analysis was published on Nov. 29 and is predicting crude prices will average $88 per barrel in 2022 before “overshooting” to the $125 price point.
- At that price point, gas at the pump would likely cost about $5. It is currently about $3.5 dollars on average across the nation.
- For reference, a barrel of crude currently costs somewhere around $70, so the $125 figure would be a near-doubling of the cost of crude. And that’s just in the short term. According to the same report, a barrel of crude might approach $190 by 2025.
- The Biden administration is completely out of touch with the American people.
- As average Americans are struggling with high and still-rising gas prices, energy secretary Pete Buttigieg is pushing people to buy electric cars, which are still much more expensive than gas-powered vehicles.
- They’re not trying to solve problems, they’re just pushing their green agenda.
- The Hill reports:
Buttigieg: Families who buy electric vehicles ‘never have to worry about gas prices again’
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg stressed in a new interview that families who buy electric vehicles (EVs) “never have to worry about gas prices again.”
While speaking on MSNBC’s “The Sunday Show With Jonathan Capehart,” Buttigieg noted that Democrats’ proposed social spending package includes incentives to make it more affordable to buy an electric vehicle.
Buttigieg said that families would essentially have a “$12,500 discount” in transportation costs, adding that “families who own that vehicle will never have to worry about gas prices again.”
“The people who stand to benefit most from owning an EV are often rural residents who have the most distances to drive, who burn the most gas, and underserved urban residents in areas where there are higher gas prices and lower income,” Buttigieg said.
Electricity in the United States is generated using a variety of resources. The three most common are natural gas, coal, and nuclear power.
- In reaction to Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell saying that it was time to stop using the word “transitory” to describe the rising inflation, Jordan said that nobody believes what the Biden administration says.
- “No one believes what the Biden administration says,” Jordan declared. “I mean, they’ve told us that the border is secure. They told us they wouldn’t impose a vaccine mandate. They actually told us that the exit from Afghanistan was a success. So, no one believed them when they said this was transitory because we see — everyone knows that if you want to buy anything, it’s going to cost more. You want to buy a home, it’s going to cost more, if you want to rent an apartment, it’s going to cost more, to put food on the table, it costs more, to put gas in your car it costs more, for Christmas presents it costs more.”
Jerome Powell is the one who came up with the term when everyone with a brain knew it was a lie.
“It’s probably a good time to retire this old lie that isn’t working anymore and come up with a new lie, until that one doesn’t work anymore, followed by another lie…” https://t.co/AGhKFEAFAt
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 30, 2021
- President Biden didn’t nominate Powell for another four-term term because he had confidence in him to steward the economy. (Powell doesn’t even have an economics degree; he has an undergraduate degree in politics and a law degree.) Biden nominated Powell because he was told by advisors that if he didn’t the stock market would tank and impact 401(k) accounts for average Americans (thus making it harder for Democrats to win the mid-term elections next year).
- Well, the market is cracking anyway and Americans are stuck with Powell. Buckle up.
- Fifteen state financial officers sent a letter to U.S. banks last week noting $600 billion in assets they pledge to take elsewhere if the financial institutions embrace corporate wokeism and prohibit financing to the fossil fuel industry.
- Led by West Virginia Republican Treasurer Riley Moore, the group promised “collective action” in the form of an “economic boycott.”
- Signatories to the letter putting banks on notice include chief financial officers from Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, Alabama, Texas and Kentucky, in addition to West Virginia.
- “I do believe there are going to be more states that are going to join this coalition effort. I think they want to see a little bit of how this plays out,” Moore said. “How long are we just going to take it in the face and not do anything?”
- Bitcoin is an “off-the-grid” alternative to the traditional financial system, SEC Chairman Gary Gensler said.
- Bitcoin is a competitor to the U.S. banking system and its worldwide consensus, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler said on Wednesday.
- “We layered over our digital money system about 40 years ago with money laundering and various sanctions and regimes around the globe; we layered that over a digital currency system called our banking system,” Gensler said. “In 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto wrote this paper in part as a reaction, an off-the-grid type of approach. It’s not surprising that there’s some competition that you and I don’t support but that’s trying to undermine that worldwide consensus.”
- North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) made the announcement during a news conference on Tuesday, thanking Cohen for her ‘extraordinary leadership” during her tenure with the health department.
- Peter DeFazio, Chair of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, is retiring.
- DeFazio is the 19th House Democrat to call it quits.
- The Kenosha Police Department released bodycam footage of the traffic stop and arrest of James Joseph Morrison, the NBC News hack who was caught running a red light while chasing down the Rittenhouse jury bus.
- This took place during jury deliberations in the Rittenhouse trial. Kenosha Judge Bruce Schroeder banned MSNBC From the Rittenhouse trial AND the courthouse following the arrest.
- \NBC contract reporter-producer Joseph Morrison tells police he was ordered by New York NBC offices to follow the jury bus!
- It was all caught on video. NBC offices in New York told their producer to chase the jury bus! This is jury tampering and harassment.
The fake news is out of control!
- Resist the Mainstream reported new details on the arrest:
- BookScan data reveals meager sales for Christie’s new book, Republican Rescue
- Former New Jersey governor has launched huge media blitz touting his book
- It contains a prescription for overhauling Republican Party and dumping Trump
- But in its first week in stores, the book has sold just 2,289 copies
- Book industry newsletter calls it a ‘colossal publishing flop’ for Christie
Chris Cuomo helped his brother cover up his role in the deaths of thousands of elderly NYers. And no one at CNN had a problem with it.
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) November 30, 2021
Within the last 24 hours
1) Ghislaine Maxwell trial started
2) CNN host Chris Cuomo was exposed for using his confidential sources to compile information on sexual-abuse accusers of his Governor brother, Andrew Cuomo
3) Jack Dorsey resigns as Twitter CEO
And just like that…
4) Twitter bans the sharing of private media, such as images or videos of private individuals, without their consent
- The opening by the prosecution started with the story of a 14 year-old girl who was groomed and abused by Epstein and Maxwell. The grooming and abuse – the (alleged) modus operandi of the lovers turned abuser and accomplice – is a key part of the prosecution’s case, as it describes what they did to each of the four victims who will be heard from at trial.
- Maxwell’s attorney opened by pointing to the real criminal – Epstein – and suggesting Maxwell was the “villainized” scapegoat. It was Maxwell’s “Me Too” moment, her cry of victimhood not only against Epstein but the U.S. Government (and, by extension, her victims). As we predicted, Maxwell’s counsel emphasized that some victims hadn’t mentioned Maxwell in past interviews and were supposedly in this for financial gain:
- Epstein’s former pilot, Larry Visoski, provided some notable testimony, identifying Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Senator John Glenn, Donald Trump, and Kevin Spacey as passengers on Epstein’s plane. Visoski described flights around the country to Epstein’s properties in New Mexico and Florida and New York, and taking Epstein, Maxwell, and one of his assistants, Sarah Kellen, (and the notable politicians/celebrities) on these flights.
- Sarah Kellen’s name is significant because she (allegedly) had the same type of role Ghislaine Maxwell had in abusing minor girls – yet she, for some reason, remains free. Kellen was one of the co-conspirators listed in Epstein’s sweetheart non-prosecution agreement with the DOJ and was alleged to have been involved in the alleged sexual abuse on Epstein’s airplane by at least one victim and was likely one of the conspirators referenced in Epstein’s indictment:
- Will Kellen testify? That would be interesting. I don’t think the prosecution would call her as a witness, but would the defense? Imagine the fireworks.
- The First Victim Testifies
- Today also saw the testimony of the first victim referenced in the Government’s opening statement (who was 14 years-old at the time of the abuse). Wasting no time, the Government (Comey’s daughter, in fact) went to the heart of the criminal case against Maxwell:
- The victim described coming from a rough background, having a broken home as a teenager, and being groomed by Epstein and Maxwell. Epstein would pay for the victim’s clothes, etc. and Maxwell would encourage and participate in the abuse. According to the New York Times:
One day when she was still 14, Jane testified, Mr. Epstein told her he could introduce her to talent agents. Then he “abruptly” ended a conversation about her interests and her future and guided her into a pool house, taking her hand and saying “follow me.”
Inside the pool house, Jane said Mr. Epstein led her to a couch or futon and took off his pants. He then pulled her on top of him and “proceeded to masturbate,” she said, speaking in a slow halting voice. After he was done, she added, he went into a bathroom to clean up, then “acted like nothing had happened.”
New York Chief Medical Examiner, Dr. Barbara Sampson, who previously ruled that Jeffrey Epstein’s death on Aug. 10, 2019 was a suicide…
…RESIGNED YESTERDAY, the first day of Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial.
- 1. “Sharing personal media, such as images or videos, can potentially violate a person’s privacy, and may lead to emotional or physical harm.”
- To be perfectly clear, here are a few tweets that would no longer fly: a photo of Gov. Gavin Newsom hobnobbing maskless at a boujee restaurant, a video of Rep. Rashida Tlaib breaking it down bare-faced on a wedding dance floor, and a clip of a blown-out Nancy Pelosi at a shut-down hair salon.
- 2. “The misuse of private media can affect everyone, but can have a disproportionate effect on women, activists, dissidents, and members of minority communities.”
- To clarify, unfortunate photos have been especially bad for the aforementioned Tlaib as well as fellow kweens Muriel Bowser and Lori Lightfoot, and will no longer be allowed. The exception to private photos and videos is white men like Ted Cruz on vacation and conservative dissidents like vaccine-hesitant protesters — for safety.
- 3. “this update will allow us to take action on media that is shared without any explicit abusive content”
- 4. “This is a part of our ongoing work to align our safety policies with human rights standards, and it will be enforced globally starting today.”
- Twitter’s utmost concern is human rights. That’s why it’s crucial that the company crack down on photos before the account of a Taliban spokesman and Iran’s dictator.
- 5. “financial account information, including bank account and credit card details” is “in violation of this policy”
- We’re not talking about just account and card numbers, but open-ended “details,” meaning that posting photos of, say, prostitute payouts, spendy penthouse benders, and illegal gun purchases by a certain president’s son will get you suspended.
- 11. “we would take into consideration whether the image is publicly available and/or is being covered by mainstream/traditional media (newspapers, TV channels, online news sites)”
- In other words, if MSNBC, The Washington Post, and CNN think it’s important, so does Twitter. To be clear: The New York Post is not, for Twitter’s purposes, an online news site or newspaper. #DemocracyDiesInDarkness
- The Guardian reports that former President Trump tested positive for Covid-19 three days before his first debate against Joe Biden according to Mark Meadows, the president’s chief of staff at the time, in his new book.
- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was spotted maskless Tuesday evening at a crowded DC event.
- photos of Pelosi at an event at the Museum of American History.
- Tickets for the party specifically stated everyone over the age of 2 must wear a mask regardless of vaccination status.
- CNBC host and self-described germaphobe Jim Cramer on Monday evening went on an insane rant and called on Joe Biden to impose a universal vaccine mandate enforced by the military.
- Now Cramer is projecting his neurosis onto the American people.
- Cramer said it’s “psychotic” to allow people to “lawfully walk around unvaccinated.”
- His solution?
- Impose a universal vaccine mandate and use the military to enforce the order.
- “It’s time to admit we have to go to war against Covid. Require vaccination universally. Have the military run it. If you don’t want to get vaccinated, you better to be ready to prove your conscientious objector status in court, and even then you need to help in the war effort by staying home until we finally beat this thing,” Cramer said on Monday night’s edition of Mad Money.
- Quick recap of Cramer’s demands:
- No state’s rights
- Use military against US citizens
- House arrest for unvaccinated without due process
- Screw the 1st Amendment and to hell with the 4th Amendment
- The State of Montana has delivered another blow to Biden’s now-hobbled federal vaccine mandate.
- The Montana case’s nationwide injunction represents another devastating blow to Biden’s federal vaccine mandate. While an earlier injunction stemming from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services case applied to ten states, this ruling makes it clear that it now applies to all 50 states.
- President Biden is weighing controversial protocols that would require all travelers, including US citizens, to self-quarantine for seven days even if they submit negative test results.
- The Biden administration is set to announce some of the “strictest COVID regulations” on American citizens since the start of the pandemic The COVID regulations that are to be announced take aim at US air travel.
- All air travelers that plan to enter the US will be expected to submit a negative COVID test within one day of departure despite vaccination status. The current policies include submitting a negative COVID test within 24 hrs for those that are unvaccinated, while those that are vaccinated are allowed to 72 hrs.
- In addition, President Biden is weighing controversial protocols that would require all travelers, including US citizens, to self-quarantine for seven days even if they submit negative test results, according to Washington Post.
- White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said the individual, who was fully vaccinated, had just returned from traveling in South Africa to the San Francisco area on Nov. 22 and tested positive on Nov. 29.
- The reports of athletes who suddenly collapse have been increasing noticeably lately. Heart problems such as heart inflammation are often the cause – one of the known life-threatening side effects of Covid vaccines, which even the manufacturers themselves warn against.
- In October cardiac and circulatory events on the sportsfield went through the roof
- The old adage that “vaccines save lives” cannot, in any way, be applied to the experimental covid-19 jabs. No matter how many times the public is told to believe LIES, there’s still no scientific data to prove it. An analysis by Peter Doshi, published in the British Medical Journal, points out the obvious: The vaccine makers designed clinical trials that do not provide any data on all-cause mortality benefits. The clinical trials do not study viral transmission, viral load or prevention of severe illness, hospitalization or death. Clearly, the vaccine makers did not have enough confidence in their ability to show that the experimental mRNA vaccines could save a single life. There isn’t a single clinical vaccine trial that detected a reduction in any serious outcomes. It was all fraud from the start.
- Not one, single clinical trial for covid-19 vaccines studied transmission, severe illness, hospitalization or death
- A federal district court judge rejected a claim by the U.S. Department of Defense that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine being administered under Emergency Use Authorization is interchangeable with Pfizer’s fully licensed Comirnaty vaccine.
- A federal district court judge has rejected a claim by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) that the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine being administered under Emergency Use Authorization is interchangeable with Pfizer’s Comirnaty vaccine, which in August was fully licensed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- In an order issued Nov. 12 in Doe et al. v. Austin, U.S. Federal District Judge Allen Winsor of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida denied a preliminary injunction requested by 16 service members against the U.S. Military’s COVID vaccine mandate. A hearing is scheduled for Sept. 14, 2022.
- However, the judge’s acknowledgment that “the DOD cannot mandate vaccines that only have an EUA” is significant for two reasons.
- One reason pertains to the difference in ingredients and manufacturing process between Pfizer’s EUA vaccine and the approved Comirnaty vaccine, and the other pertains to the legal difference between a fully licensed vaccine and an EUA vaccine.
- The latter reason would apply not just to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, but also to the vaccines produced by Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), both of which are authorized only as EUA products.
- Under law, everyone has ‘right to refuse’ EUA product
- When the FDA approved Pfizer’s Comirnaty COVID-19 vaccine in August, approval was accompanied by a series of confusing documents and equally confusing public statements.
- One such confounding statement reads as follows:
- “The licensed vaccine has the same formulation as the EUA-authorized vaccine and the products can be used interchangeably to provide the vaccination series without presenting any safety or effectiveness concerns. The products are legally distinct with certain differences that do not impact safety or effectiveness.”
- The FDA provided no explanation as to how the licensed Comirnaty vaccine and the Pfizer-BioNTech EUA vaccine could “be used interchangeably” despite having “certain differences” that make them “legally distinct.”
- There are key differences between fully licensed vaccines and those authorized under EUA. EUA products are considered experimental under U.S. law. This means they cannot be mandated, and everyone has the right to refuse such vaccines without consequences.
- Τhe Nuremberg Code, as well as federal law, provide that no human being can be forced to participate in a medical experiment. Under 21 U.S. Code Sec.360bbb-3(e)(1)(A)(ii)(III), “authorization for medical products for use in emergencies,” it is unlawful to deny someone a job or an education because they refuse to be an experimental subject.
- Do vaccines labeled ‘Comirnaty’ even exist?
- All of these issues came to the fore in Judge Winsor’s Nov. 12 decision.
- Judge Winsor also pointed out that “DOD’s guidance documents explicitly say only FDA-licensed COVID-19 vaccines are mandated.”
- While this would be applicable to the Comirnaty vaccine, the judge noted “the plaintiffs have shown that the DOD is requiring injections from vials not labeled ‘Comirnaty.’ Indeed, defense counsel could not even say whether vaccines labeled ‘Comirnaty’ exist at all.”
- The judge also noted that the DOD “later clarified that it was mandating vaccines from EUA-labeled vials,” adding that “[i]n the DOD’s view, this is fine because the contents of EUA-labeled vials are chemically identical to the contents of vials labeled ‘Comirnaty’ (if there are any such vials).”
- The judge found this argument “unconvincing,” stating that “FDA licensure does not retroactively apply to vials shipped before BLA approval.”
- He further noted that EUA provisions suggest “drugs mandated for military personnel be actually BLA-approved, not merely chemically similar to a BLA-approved drug,” not just in terms of labeling, but also in terms of being produced at BLA-compliant facilities.
- As the judge stated, “there is no indication that all EUA-labeled vials are from BLA-approved facilities,” adding that “the DOD cannot rely on the FDA to find that the two drugs are legally identical.”
As ordered by the courts the FDA must release the data it based it’s EUA for the Pfizer shot.
The FDA requested the courts to keep this information confidential for no oess than 55 YEARS!!
The court returned with an order to release 500 documents a month. pic.twitter.com/CZI24LItfR
— Gal Shalev 🎧 (@iGNORANTCHiMP) December 1, 2021
We start with the first release of 30+ pages on AE including death.
How this product wasn’t taken off the shelve within the first month is beyond me!
1227 deaths by February reported.
These are pfizer and FDA documents.
Read yourself 👇🏼https://t.co/vG1CJnCbRW
— Gal Shalev 🎧 (@iGNORANTCHiMP) December 1, 2021
Looking at the amount of AE’s recorded for the 42,000+ is jaw dropping.
Whats worse, out of the recorded AE about 1:37 is death. That is isane.
The FDA admits these are onky recorded AE that are considered above mild. There was so much more that wasn’t released. pic.twitter.com/OZi6GHDxmz
— Gal Shalev 🎧 (@iGNORANTCHiMP) December 1, 2021
Please keep in mind these are AE that we’re recorded in the first 3 months alone from December 1st to February 28.
By all means and confirmed by Pfizer these are only “recorded AE” and there for it might be a small sample of the true number of AE’s that actually
Took place. pic.twitter.com/5NCZ1wrnQX
— Gal Shalev 🎧 (@iGNORANTCHiMP) December 1, 2021
270 cases reported as spontaneous abortions! One report was twins.
17 serious cases of breastfeeding babies. [Serious case wasn’t detailed]
More proof the conspiracy theorists were correct. This experimental drug passes through lactating mothers.
— Gal Shalev 🎧 (@iGNORANTCHiMP) December 1, 2021
I realized I worded something wrong in the thread. It was not a court request the FDA release 500 pages a month.
It was the FDA’s proposal to make available to the FOIA requester 500 pages a months.
Do the math. 🤦🏻♂️https://t.co/ITUiOneSU8
— Gal Shalev 🎧 (@iGNORANTCHiMP) December 1, 2021
So why are the pushing so hard, Fauci just told everyone
Just gonna leave this here 😅 pic.twitter.com/IPKPjndsNt
— Judith Rose • Mrs. UKpatriot (@judithrose91) December 1, 2021
Delta Omicon spell Media Control
- Prosecutors are seeking a protective order that would prohibit Bannon or his team from disclosing materials from the case
- Justice Department says prosecutors have handed over grand jury materials, interviews, and Jan. 6th Committee emails totaling more than 1,000 pages
- Media groups have submitted a motion arguing on Bannon’s side
- The press group argues that the government’s proposed order would violate the First Amendment
- The Feds argued in their own motion Sunday that Bannon is seeking to ‘try this case in the media rather than in court’
- Bannon was indicted this month and charged with contempt of Congress after he failed to comply with a subpoena from the House Jan. 6th committee
- Joining in the filing are CNN, ABC, NBC, the New York Times, and the Washington Post
Law Abiding Citizen – “Its Gonna Be Biblical”