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The [CB] is losing control of the narrative, nobody is believing that inflation is under control. 56 percent of voters believe [JB] doesn’t care about inflation and will do nothing to help the situation. Fake news says the only to survive inflation is to spend your paycheck fast. [JB] goes back on promise, students will have to pay student debt. The [DS] is panicking, they are now trying one last try to get everyone vaccinated and to implement more controlling rules over the people. The people are fighting back. [HRC] is panicking, she know that Trump has the base and the fake news is doing the job anymore. She is back in the spotlight warning about losing democracy. Is she ready to replace someone in the administration, starting to look that way. Trump during one of his rally’s plays a song to let everyone know that he is coming back. Panic in DC, operators are standing by.
- Bill Ackman believes inflation is being underreported by the government due to soaring rent prices.
- Friday’s CPI release showed a 6.8% increase in November, hitting its highest level since 1982.
- “The inflation that households are actually experiencing is raging and well in excess of reported gov’t statistics,” Ackman tweeted.
- But billionaire investor Bill Ackman thinks those figures are understated due to soaring rent prices that aren’t reflected in the inputs that are used to calculate the CPI.
- Fifty-six percent of general election voters do not believe President Joe Biden is concerned about inflation, a Sunday Trafalgar poll revealed.
- Among Democrats, 48 percent think Biden is very concerned about inflation. Twenty-seven percent of Democrats say Biden is not concerned at all about inflation.
Some of the advice on how to cope with rising inflation includes: Spend your paycheck right away https://t.co/7iWXqA0Pl2
— Bloomberg (@business) December 12, 2021
Spend Your Paycheck Right Away
- In a high-inflation economy, money that sits in the bank is losing value. Each day, those $100 on deposit buy a little bit less. As a result, many Argentines spend their paychecks as soon as they receive them, carting away weeks worth of groceries in a single shopping trip, even if some of it — excess meat, chicken, fish — will sit in the freezer for months.
- The practical application of this technique in the U.S., where inflation isn’t quite high enough to warrant such a mad pay-day dash, is to expedite plans to buy big-ticket items — appliances, bicycles, furniture. If you have the money to pay for that sofa now, do it.
- “Don’t leave your money resting under the couch,” says Federico Pieri, 30, who works in sales in Buenos Aires. “That’s the worst thing you can do.”
Borrow Lots of Money
- And don’t hesitate to borrow money to finance some of those big purchases. If you can get a loan at a rate below inflation — something that’s possible for many Americans today — go for it. Inflation will make it easier to repay the loan in coming months and years.
- It’s just like they teach in economic textbooks, says Fernando Iglesias Molli, a coffee shop owner: “Take out money at very low rates. I put myself in debt to buy the best equipment and create business opportunities.”
- Student-loan payments resume in 2 months after what will be a nearly 2-year pandemic pause.
- canceled student debt for about 600,000 borrowers.
- Transitioning 43 million borrowers back into repayment — along with the 16 million borrowers who will make payments to new lenders —
- The 1921–1924 hyperinflation happened mainly because of three things: the ongoing internal political instability in the country, the occupation of the Ruhr district by foreign troops, and when the Weimar (modern-day Germany) government printed too much banknotes to pay reparations after the 1923 French invasion. Because the banknotes were not matched by Germany’s production, their value fell.
- In 1922, a loaf of bread cost 163 marks. By September 1923, during hyperinflation, the price crawled up to 1,500,000 marks and at the peak of hyperinflation, in November 1923, a loaf of bread costs 200,000,000,000 marks.
- Cash being prepared for burning
- Global miners have generated 90% of all obtainable bitcoin, according to figures revealed by a blockchain data tracker . That means 18.89 million bitcoins have been mined so far of a maximum total of 21 million.
- The first bitcoins ever were mined back in January 2009, and it took around 12 years to reach the latest milestone. However, the remaining supply is expected to be mined only by February 2140,
- Software flaw has potential to be used by ‘bad actors,’ says Canada’s minister of defence
- A number of government departments have taken some services offline as a preventative measure following the discovery of a software flaw that Defence Minister Anita Anand says “has the potential to be used by bad actors.”
- “Given the critical nature of this vulnerability and reports of active exploitation, we are urging Canadian organizations of all types to follow the recommended guidance,” she said, adding any incidents should be reported to the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, part of the Communications Security Establishment.
- lawsuits that were on hold pending the outcome of the criminal case may now move forward. They include a lawsuit the city of Chicago filed against Smollett to recoup over $130,000 it spent investigating what police initially believed was a terrible hate crime.
- OSUNDAIRO BROTHERS’ LAWSUIT
- The Osundairo brothers, who were star witnesses for the prosecution at Smollett’s trial, filed their own lawsuit in April 2019 accusing Smollett’s attorneys of defamation and seeking unspecified financial damages.
- Breitbart Texas captured footage of Border Patrol agents releasing nearly 150 single adult migrants within an hour at a makeshift non-government run shelter Thursday. A source within CBP says the agency will attempt to alleviate overcrowding at local Border Patrol stations by now releasing hundreds of single adult migrants.
- The migrants were bused from the local Border Patrol processing center. Three buses arrived within an hour of each other and unloaded nearly 150 male single adult migrants.
- According to the source, most migrant releases traditionally consist of family unit members with tender-age children. The releases of single adult migrants is a sign of the increasing severity of the border crisis.
- Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis set $8 million in his 2022–23 budget to transport illegal immigrants out of The Sunshine State.
- He proposed the spending in the Freedom First Budget (pdf) to protect against harms resulting from illegal immigration. The spending may include the transportation of unauthorized aliens located within Florida to other states or the District of Columbia.
- The Republican governor listed Delaware, President Joe Biden’s hometown state, and Martha’s Vineyard, where former President Barack Obama owns a mansion, as potential destinations to relocate the illegal immigrants.
- “If you sent [illegal immigrants] to Delaware or Martha’s Vineyard or some of these places, that border would be secure the next day,” he said.
- On December 13, 2008, junk scientist Al Gore predicted the North Polar Ice Cap would be completely ice-free in five years.
- That means that the North Pole should have melted completely 14 years ago today.
From the video:
- In January 2006, Al Gore pushed the theory that “within the next 10 years, the world will reach a point of no return” and “a true planetary emergency” due to global warming.
- At least 8 Dire Predictions from Al Gore’s movie never occurred – not even close.
1. Sea Levels Are Rising At An Alarming Rate
In his movie Gore predicted that sea levels could rise six meters (20 feet) with the melting of the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets.
- Now, we know that the South Pole is gaining more ice than it’s losing.But if the rising sea level is so catastrophic, why has Gore bought a beachfront mansion?
2. CO2 Is The Control Knob For Temperature
Al Gore firmly believes that carbon dioxide – what you are exhaling – is what controls temperature. And climate models have constantly reflected that reality.
. Indeed satellite data show no increase in temperature for nearly 19 years despite a constant increase in CO2. The Sun, on the other hand, might have a much larger role in the Earth’s climate. So much that some scientists are talking about a significant cooling because the Sun is “quieter.”
5. Polar Bears Are Dying
The North’s favorite mascot in going extinct according to America’s green pope. Because the ice is getting thinner because of global warming, they can’t reproduce. A recent picture of a sick polar bear also “proved” that point.
Of course, this is hot air too. There are more polar bears now than when Al Gore was born. The government of Nunavut, along with Inuit hunters, have also noticed that the polar bear is doing quite well.
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government is “very concerned” by the latest projections about the Omicron COVID-19 variant in Canada.
- Those projections, made by chief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam on Friday, suggest that Canada is on track to experience a COVID-19 resurgence — one that could worsen if the Omicron variant tightens its grip on the country.
- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a challenge to New York’s refusal to allow religious exemptions to its mandate that certain healthcare workers in the state be vaccinated against COVID-19.
- Acting in two cases, the justices denied emergency requests for an injunction requiring the state to allow religious exemptions while litigation over the mandate’s legality continues in lower courts.
- Conservative Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch said they would have granted the injunction.
The FDA is working with the post office to hold packages containing ivermectin. The FDA could better use its resources to, I don’t know, publicly release the docs submitted by Pfizer to license its mandated liability-free V earlier than 75 years from now! https://t.co/i6eLcqnciX pic.twitter.com/O2d1zgTjAB
— Aaron Siri (@AaronSiriSG) December 13, 2021
- Influenza virus detections are rising across the United States, federal health officials said in their most recent influenza update.
- In its weekly flu surveillance report, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that influenza activity remains low but is on the rise.
- “The number of influenza viruses detected by clinical and public health labs has increased in recent weeks. The majority of viruses detected are A(H3N2). Most influenza A(H3N2) infections have occurred among children and young adults ages 5-24 years; however, the proportion of infections occurring among adults aged 25 years and older has increased in recent weeks,” the CDC reported.
- In the latest political battle between Texas and the federal government, the state’s workforce commission has set up a hotline for people to report workplaces requiring the COVID-19 vaccine, violating Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order.
- Executive Order GA-40, which prohibits all entities, public and private, from requiring a COVID-19 vaccine from employees or customers, went into effect after Abbott signed the order in October. s.
- “I don’t think it’s been about science for a long time,” Paul said unequivocally. “It’s really the about conditioning the American individual to submit to government.”
- Newsmax reports:
Former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro has refused to comply with a subpoena for documents related to the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus, saying the former president ordered him not to, according to his response to a congressional request released on Saturday.
#January6 Take the time to read the DoD timeline @CBSNews among first to obtain + report: details on National Guard requests + phone call from VP Pence inside Capitol https://t.co/QMSwxWSUP3 pic.twitter.com/4DYWugQ5hR
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) December 13, 2021
- On June 18, right-wing and conservative activists held what they called a voter registration drive in Clackamette Park, Oregon City. People wearing symbols of the Proud Boys were in attendance. Ahead of the event, Portland Antifa and far-left accounts on Twitter called for a counter direct-action. Clashes broke out when the far-left militants moved to assault the right-wing side, who had men in riot gear and shields acting as volunteer security.
- Azar was captured on camera during the brawl rushing in to pepper spray a woman in heels and a dress standing in the park before getting knocked to the ground by a right-wing fighter in riot gear. From the Antifa side, a man shouted repeatedly to Azar: “Mace the female!”
- Portland Antifa member Alissa Eleanor Azar, 30, was indicted by a Clackamas County, Ore., grand jury on charges connected to a riot in June.
- She was charged with felony riot, two misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct in the second degree and unlawful use of stun gun, tear gas or mace in the second degree
- The indictment of Azar, a regular at Antifa riots in Portland, nearly six months after the incident, is sending shockwaves across Antifa militants in the Pacific Northwest. Azar had previously been arrested and charged in March in Multnomah County, where Portland is, for her role in an Antifa riot, but her case was dropped by district attorney Mike Schmidt. Azar’s current case is being prosecuted by the Clackamas County district attorney John Wentworth.
- Azar identifies herself as a journalist, and has been inaccurately identified as such in news stories. She frequently talks about her Syrian background and has tweeted support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, who is accused of carrying out genocide against Syrians by human rights organizations. She also once posted about her concern that Jews in the “entire [entertainment] industry” might discriminate against her.
- Voter GA’s complaint in the state of Georgia to have a Motions Hearing to ban Dominion Voting Machines Democracy Suite 5.5 system in the state of Georgia has been granted. The hearing will be held on Wednesday, December 15,
BREAKING! ARIZONA! AZ Rep @RealMarkFinchem read an anonymous letter received 11/10/20, addressed to criminal division at DOJ, that details a plan Democrats had to embed 35,000 votes in Pima County for Dem candidates. An IP address has been obtained for the sender of the email. pic.twitter.com/dEssBvSffH
— Heather Mullins – Real America’s Voice (RAV-TV) (@TalkMullins) December 13, 2021
- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) will run for reelection, hoping to extend her time in the House past the midterms next year, according to a report from CNN.
- Pelosi is planning to file for reelection in the San Francisco-based district next year, CNN reported. However, Pelosi still has months before the filing deadline in California for House races, as the state’s filing deadline is March 11 for the primary set on June 7.
Remember when Pelosi agreed to a deal limiting her Speakership to a maximum of four years?
In 2018, Pelosi agreed to a deal with 7 Democrats who opposed her Speaker bid in order to garner their votes.
Pelosi was so desperate for votes from a caucus with such a slim majority that she promised she would never seek a leadership position again.
- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic Party nominee for president, said Sunday on NBC’s “Today” that during the 2016 presidential campaign that the people chanting lock her up “had no idea what they were talking about.”
- Clinton said, “If I were a betting person right now, I’d say Trump is going to run again. He seems to be setting himself up to do that, and if he’s not held accountable, then he gets to do it again. I think that could be the end of our democracy. Not to be too pointed about it, but I want people to understand that this is a make-or-break point. If he or someone of his ilk were once again to be elected president, and if especially if he had a Congress that would do his bidding, you will not recognize our country.”
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