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The world is now experiencing inflation like they haven’t seen since 1971. These high costs are making very difficult to make ends meet. Inflation here in the US is worse than expected. The [DS]/Ds are trying to blame everyone else but the people see through this. Trump sends message and is using the economy against them. The [DS] have lost the narrative, Durham is closing in on the [HRC] team and they are losing the narrative, Durham is squeezing them. The fake news C_A ops is about to all fall down. They will try a communications blackout or a power grid blackout. Pain is coming and the [DS] knows it. The election crime on they did it is now public, and the people are demands something be done, which state will be the first to decertify?
- Greece has recorded its highest price increases in 28 years
- Inflation in the country surged to 10.2% year-on-year in April from 8.9% the previous month, according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).
- The largest increases were registered in the cost of natural gas (122.6%), electricity (88.8%), diesel fuel for heating (65.1%), fuel lubricants (29%), and solid fuels (5.3%).
- ‘Food basket’ products have also risen in price. In particular, prices for oils and fats surged 22%, meat products – 14.1%, and vegetables – 13.8%. Dairy products and eggs jumped in price by 11.7%, while the costs of bread and cereals grew 10%. Prices for fresh fruit, and even coffee, cocoa, and tea increased 7.1%.
- With inflation surpassing 10%, Greece became the ninth country in the Eurozone in which official inflation has reached double digits, following Bulgaria (10.5%), Slovakia (10.9%), the Netherlands (11.2%), Czech Republic (11.9%), Poland (12.3%), Latvia (13.2%), Lithuania (16.6%), and Estonia (19%).
- The Department of Labor said Wednesday that the Consumer Price Index rose 8.3 percent compared with a year ago.
- This is the eleventh straight month of inflation above 5 percent. Prices rose at an annual rate of 8.5 percent in March. This was the month since September 2021 that the year-over-year inflation figure was not higher than the month earlier.
- After inflation average hourly earnings for all employees fell 0.1 percent from March to April, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said. Real average hourly earnings decreased 2.6 percent, seasonally adjusted, from April 2021 to April 2022.
- Importantly, these prices are seasonally adjusted so they cannot be explained by typical the end of holiday shopping season sales.
- Here are some of the most striking moves in food prices.
- Ground beef: up 14.8 percent.
- Steaks: up 11.8 percent.
- Bacon: up 17.7 percent.
- Pork Chops: up 14.0 percent.
- Chicken: up 16.4 percent.
- Fresh Fish: up 13.0 percent
- Fresh whole milk: up 14.7 percent.
- Coffee: up 13.5 percent.
- Fresh fruit: up 8.3 percent.
- Lettuce: up 12.7 percent.
- Salad Dressing: up 13.1 percent.
- Soups: up 13.1 percent.
- Baby food: up 13 percent.
- Breakfast cereal: up 12.1 percent.
- Bread: up 9.1 percent.
- Biscuits and muffins: up 10.1 percent.
- Lunchmeats: up 14.4 percent.
- Eating out is not really a better option. Fast food prices are up seven percent and full-service restaurant prices are up 87 percent. Even vending machine prices are up 7.1 percent.
It has nothing to do with they party that controls the White House, the House of Reps and basically the Senate…Right? https://t.co/WhXYK0pHh9
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) May 11, 2022
Biden’s disastrous policies are hurting families. We were energy independent prior to Biden taking office. pic.twitter.com/ZdifuFfR3v
— Ron DeSantis (@RonDeSantisFL) May 11, 2022
- Resident Joe Biden said that cooling prices are his top domestic priority,
- Rresident Joe Biden said he could drop some of the tariffs imposed against Chinese imports to help control rising consumer prices in the U.S.
Why is biggest baby formula plant in US STILL shut down after three months? Abbott says plant is safe and was not responsible for bacteria that killed two kids – but FDA refuses to reopen it as parents across US struggle to feed their babies
- Abbott Laboratories claims its Michigan plant is not responsible for bacteria that killed at least two infants
- The baby formula manufacturer alleged an FDA investigation revealed ‘infant formula produced at our Sturgis facility is not the likely source of infection’
- Abbott claims products from the facility did not cause any bacterial outbreak
- The plant still remains closed despite the findings after shutting down in February amid a major product recall
- Abbott says it’s ‘working closely with the FDA to restart operations’ at the plant as parents across the nation are struggling to get formula for their babies
- Texas, Tennessee, Missouri, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota, seemingly hardest hit by the shortages, reported out-of-stock rates of about 50 percent
New @trafalgar_group/@COSProject poll (5/6-8) indicates 3/4s of #Americans do not support publishing the addresses #SupremeCourt Justices or protesting at their homes in response to the upcoming #RoeVWade decision.
— The Trafalgar Group (@trafalgar_group) May 10, 2022
- In an attempt to shield communications between Fusion GPS and Rodney Joffe, a firm client hawking Russian collusion theories, Elias told Durham that he retained Fusion to support his legal work—and that, as a result, it is subject to attorney-client privilege. Durham was not having it: “The factual record and Fusion GPS’s own communications raise serious questions about this depiction,” he wrote.
Elias’s tactics are now drawing rebukes from judges, prosecutors, and even fellow Democrats, who say his hard-charging nature is hurting the party. Elias is publicly reeling. He last month scrubbed years of posts from his Twitter feed and hasn’t explained why. The move comes less than a year after he decamped from the white-shoe law firm Perkins Coie to found his own law firm—ostensibly to engage “more fully” in the “political process,” though some speculate the firm was increasingly uncomfortable with Elias’s tactics and the scrutiny of the Durham probe. Durham indicted Elias’s partner, Michael Sussman, a month after Elias left.
Keywords are fun for the whole family.
“They FARMED the investigation out because it is too much for Durham and he didn’t want to be distracted,” one of the sources told Fox News.
“He’s going full throttle, and they’re looking at everything,” the source told Fox News.
Breadcrumbs were being dropped in the days preceding the decision that his case could be reconsidered.
- Via Judicial Watch.
Judicial Watch announced today that a federal court has ordered the FBI to disclose additional details about FBI and other officials “cc-ed” on the memo used to justify launching the “Crossfire Hurricane” spy operation against President Trump and his 2016 presidential campaign. Judge Carl J. Nichols has given the FBI until June 16, 2022 to respond. The order comes in a September 2019 FOIA lawsuit Judicial Watch filed after the FBI failed to respond to a request for the memo, known as an “Electronic Communication” or “EC.” (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:19-cv-02743)).
In May 2020, Judicial Watch obtained a redacted version of the previously secret memo, authored by former FBI agent Peter Strzok. The Biden Justice Department argued that there is no significant public interest in disclosing the names of officials “cc-ed” on the memo.
Judicial Watch filed a motion countering that claim and arguing that the public had a significant interest in knowing who at the FBI had knowledge of the memo and presumably approved the investigation.
The court held a hearing on the dispute in September 2021, and on May 2, 2022 issued a minute order requiring the FBI to file a supplemental memorandum of up to 5 pages, supported by affidavit or declaration, explaining the positions and seniority held by any persons whose names are redacted from the “CC:” section of the document.
“The Biden administration is still covering up who was involved in the Obama administration’s unprecedented and illicit spying on Donald J. Trump,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This court decision is another step forward in accountability for the worst government corruption scandal in American history.”
- In yet more evidence of the federal government/Deep State’s vested interest in advancing internet censorship (or, as they call it, tackling “misinformation”), the Department of Defense awarded NewsGuard Technologies a $750,000 contract in September of 2021 for the organization’s “misinformation fingerprints” project.
- According to USASpending.gov, the contract was awarded for NewsGuard’s “misinformation fingerprints” project, which it describes as a “a catalogue of known hoaxes, falsehoods and misinformation narratives that are spreading online.”
- It is unclear if hoaxes embraced by the establishment, such as the notion that material found on Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian disinformation,” are in NewsGuard’s “misinformation fingerprints” database.
- NewsGuard’s own co-founder, Steve Brill, spread that false claim, as did advisory board member and notorious political partisan Michael Hayden.
- Republicans offered a bill to abolish Joe Biden’s Ministry of Truth.
- House Dems rejected the bill. They truly are godless totalitarians at this point.
- The House of Representatives on Tuesday evening voted 368-57 to approve a $40 billion foreign aid package for Ukraine.
- 149 Republicans voted in support of the package, including Kevin McCarthy. Only 57 Republicans voted no.
- The bill will head to the Senate.
Counting last night’s rushed vote, Congress has now spent more money on Ukraine in six months than we spend on all US roads and bridges in a year.
… something to think about the next time you are stuck in traffic or replacing a bent rim.
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) May 11, 2022
Notice the media doesn’t yell at Biden for not spending the $40 billion war budget on world hunger. Why is that?
TAKE A LISTEN
- Here is the latest chart from Walgreens.
- The unvaccinated show an 18% COVID rate.
This is lower than those with 3 doses of the vaccine who have a 19.2 COVID rate.
- Those with three doses, with their last dose taken over five months ago have the highest COVID rate at 31.3%.
- Analysis of federal data conducted by ABC News showed that more Covid-19 deaths occurred among the vaccinated, and more breakthrough deaths are expected with more Americans reaching full vaccination status, experts warned.
- According to the new analysis, about 18.9% of COVID-19 deaths recorded were among the vaccinated in August 2021. After six months, in February 2022, the number of deaths increased to more than 40%.
- More from ABC News analysis:
Comparatively, in September 2021, just 1.1% of COVID-19 deaths occurred among Americans who had been fully vaccinated and boosted with their first dose. By February 2022, that percentage had increased to about 25%.
- Anthony Fauci, Francis Collins and other bigwigs at the National Institutes of Health reaped more than $350 million in secretive “royalty” payments from drug companies and other third parties over a 10-year period, according to an explosive new report from a watchdog organization.
- The report from OpenTheBooks.com said the royalty payments, including at least 23 to Fauci and 14 to his former boss, Collins, were paid out between 2010 and 2020. Government scientists got the payments for being credited as “co-inventors” of various treatments and pharmaceutical products, according to the report.
- The report paints an incestuous picture of the NIH doling out $30 billion a year in grants to some 56,000 recipients in Big Pharma, research institutes and other entities, with money flowing back to the secretive agency’s scientists and senior management in the form of huge royalty payments. It is not yet known how much the payments to Fauci, who is the U.S. government highest-salaried employee at $456,028, totaled.
- “Since the NIH documents are heavily redacted, we can only see how many payments each scientist received, and, separately, the aggregate dollars per NIH agency,” Andrzejewski wrote.” This is a gatekeeping at odds with the spirit and perhaps the letter of open-records laws.”
- In addition to his salary and whatever royalty payments he has received, Fauci last year won a $1 million prize from the Dan David Foundation for “speaking truth to power.”
— Dan Scavino Jr.🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) May 11, 2022
Will all fall down.