The levels of hypocrisy coming out of the mouths of corporate news media and Democrats continue to be enforced by their reaction to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision to fly illegal aliens to Martha’s Vineyard.
The propaganda and reactions from the left were so sanctimonious that some of the self-righteous socialists found themselves yanking their idiotic posts off of social media. Others changed their tampered reporting, but still continued deceptive narratives.
Here is one from NBC News they jerked off the internet within minutes:
Their duplicitous reactions were countered throughout the land—and online. The hills were alive with the sounds of hypocrisy.
John Capen Adams [1812-1860] became so famous for his love of grizzly bears, he would go down in history simply as “Grizzly Adams.”
“Grizzly Adams,” in the 1970s, was the title of both a popular motion picture and NBC TV series “The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams.”
On the television, Dan Haggerty played the role of Grizzly Adams” and established new Thursday night record-ratings for the network. Even so, today few people realize there was a real “Grizzly Adams” who migrated to the Sierra Nevada mountains to escape the confines of civilization after participating in the great California Gold Rush.
In 2018, Adventure Outdoors Magazine recognized Grizzly Adams as one of the three greatest American outdoorsmen of all time alongside Buffalo Bill Cody and Ernest Hemingway.
Adams challenged both conventional norms and untamed nature, first by turning his back on a greed-driven society born from the California Gold Rush, and then by blazing a trail into the wildest parts of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.
There, he built a cabin home in the wilderness, made friends with nearby Native American tribes. Of special note, he found companions among some of nature’s untamed beasts, that especially featured his prized grizzly bears.
Although a California Mountain Man, he was actually born in Boston in 1812. As a young man he fled into the wilderness in search of adventure. To earn money he would trap all kinds of animals and sell them to zoos. It was here he learned to survive in the wilderness and get close to animals.
When he attempted to train a Bengal tiger in a local zoo, he was mauled almost to death. This did not deter him. When the California gold rush kicked off, Adams headed for California himself. Finding no luck as a gold miner, he took to the wilderness, living the life of a reclusive mountain man.
“And it was in the mountains that I successfully worked out for myself the great problem which other men have to work out, each in his own way, before they say that they live.”
– Grizzly Adams (1812-1860)
Grizzly Adams cared for the California grizzly bear, and studied their behavior. He learned to approach and even tame them. He even had a pet Grizzly bear who he stole from a bear den when it was just a pup. Called “Benjamin Franklin,” the bear saved Adams life on numerous occasions.
Another bear Adams named “Samson” was confirmed by the California State Historical Society to be the bear image on the state’s flag.
It was rendered from an 1855 painting done by famous Gold Rush artist, Charles Nahl, who came to know Grizzly Adams well in the 1850s.
With his familiarity, Grizzly Adams captured numerous bears over the years, selling them to zoos, circuses and private collectors. On occasion he would perform in the circus with them.
Yet, The State Leads Country in Highest Percentage of Population COVID Vaccinated
Massachusetts, the leading state (tied with Vermont) in the country in percentage of population that are vaccinated, is ordering hospitals with limited capacity to reduce elective procedures amid workforce shortages.
Of the 740 total hospitalizations of patients diagnosed with COVID-19, 273 (37%) are fully vaccinated, according to the state Department of Public Health.
In Massachusetts, 5,843,748 people or 84% of the state has received at least one dose of an experimental “vaccine.” Overall, 4,880,326 people or 70% of the state’s population has been fully vaccinated.
Effective Nov. 29, hospitals with limited capacity must “begin to reduce non-essential, non-urgent scheduled procedures to ensure adequate hospital capacity for immediate healthcare needs,” according to a statement from Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration and the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association.
This guidance, which will not affect urgent and essential procedures, was developed in response to several challenges affecting hospitals.
The governor’s administration and the state hospital association said a critical staffing shortage contributed to the loss of about 500 medical/surgical and intensive care unit hospital beds across the state.
Hospitals are also grappling with capacity pressures due to the workforce shortages and longer than average hospital stays, which “require this concerted effort to preserve inpatient capacity” for patients, they said.
Despite the highest percentage of population being “vaccinated” for the Chinese COVID Virus, daily COVID-19 hospitalizations in Massachusetts have risen 45 percent over the last two weeks, according to data last updated Nov. 23 and tracked by The New York Times.
In October, several law enforcement unions — the State Police Association of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Correction Officers Federated Union — lodged lawsuits in state or federal court in an attempt to block the requirements to force vaccinations.
Governor Baker has spent most of his adult life in the healthcare business and considered a strong proponent for the industry.
🔹In 1991, he became Massachusetts Undersecretary of Health and Human Services under Governor Bill Weld.
🔹In 1992, he was appointed Secretary of Health and Human Services of Massachusetts.
🔹After working in government for eight years, Baker left to become CEO of Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates.
🔹Before going back into politics, he became CEO of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, a nonprofit health benefits company.
Andy Ngô does it again. The independent journalist who gained fame for reporting real news and truth during Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM) riots of 2020 is mainstream media’s worst nightmare.
Using his favorite weapon, TRUTH, he exposed a liberal Boston area newspaper for their trickery in attempt to portray a group of white, male militia members as being responsible for an incident that involved a standoff between police and Black militia members in a suburb of Boston on July 3rd.
The betraying offender is the Jerusalem Post:
“Residents in a suburban Boston neighborhood were asked to ‘shelter in place’ early Saturday as an armed standoff between 8 to 10 militia members and police forced the closure of a US interstate highway.”
This is the photo the dishonest publication used to promote the false narrative that the “unnamed militia” were a group of white guys wearing confederate flag badges. The AP photo the Jerusalem Post used for their article on the incident that took place on July 4, 2021 was actually from the 2016 Charlottesville, NC riots.
Police took two individuals into custody before dawn and at least one gun was recovered during the standoff that started after 1 a.m. along Interstate 95 in Wakefield, a city about 14 miles north of Boston.
A Massachusetts State Police officer pulled over two vehicles with about 10 people wearing military-style clothes and carrying rifles and pistols, according to local police.
The cars stopped in a breakdown lane and the group’s leader told police that they were traveling from Rhode Island to Maine for “training,” police said in a news conference.
When the officer asked for identification and permits for the weapons, they refused, baled out of the vehicles and scattered into the nearby woods, still armed, police said.
No shots or injuries were reported but police indicated that the group self-identifies as a “militia.”
Over the weekend, the leftist Jerusalem Post protrayed President Donald J. Trump’s rally in Sarasota, Florida with great bias. While the successful and patriotic event brought in a crowd of at least 25,000, this is how they reported the long lines of people going to the venue:
From the Jerusalem Post – Trump is likely to berate President Joe Biden, repeat his false claim that he lost the 2020 election due to fraud, and urge his supporters to back his allies in their midterm campaigns as Republicans fight to take back control of Congress from the Democratic Party next year.
Kudos to Andy Ngô for discovering the obvious deceit by the Jerusalem Post, who dishonestly tried to trick their readers into believing the militia involved in the Boston neighborhood standoff was a bunch of white, racist guys with guns.
Ngô also posted actual photos of the black members of the militia involved in the standoff in a tweet:
There is currently a deluge in the number of US hospitals or health systems that recently announced layoffs or job cuts. Some of these include:
1. Mishawaka, Ind.-based Franciscan Health will lay off 83 employees of its 100-year-old hospital in Hammond, Ind., according to a notice filed with the state.
The layoff notice comes as the health system works to shrink the 226-bed Franciscan Health Hammond Hospital to an eight-bed acute care facility with an emergency department and primary care practice. The layoffs are slated to begin Aug. 21 and will be permanent, the health system said.
2. HealthAlliance of the Hudson Valley, a three-hospital system in the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, laid off an undisclosed number of workers June 14.
Westchester Medical Center Health Network in Valhalla, N.Y., said it laid off HealthAlliance hospital employees in Kingston, N.Y., to eliminate redundancies as it begins to consolidate inpatient services to one location.
3. As part of a financial restructuring plan, Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health will issue another round of layoffs this year. The health system said in early June it plans to lay off 400 employees.
These newly announced layoffs are in addition to 277 information technology jobs that were cut April 2. Sutter said most of the new layoffs affect employees in administrative positions in benefits, human resources, data services and accounting. The layoff notice said many of these employees were working remotely or in the field.
4. A little over a month after filing a notice to complete about 651 layoffs this year, Ascension Technologies, the IT subsidiary of St. Louis-based Ascension, eliminated 92 remote IT jobs in Indiana, according to a June 3 report. Most of the laid-off employees are based in Indianapolis and Evansville, Ind., the Indiana Department of Workforce Development said June 2.
5. Lawrence (Mass.) General Hospital plans to lay off 56 employees and is warning of more cuts unless it receives government aid quickly, according to a May 25 report. The layoffs will affect employees working in administration and patient care. The layoffs affect about 2.5 percent of the 186-bed hospital’s workforce. Lawrence General attributed the layoffs to the COVID-19 pandemic weakening its financial profile.
6. Boca Raton, Fla.-based Cancer Treatment Centers of America closed its hospital in Tulsa, Okla. About 400 employees will be affected by the closure. The hospital saw its last patient on May 27.
7. Boca Raton, Fla.-based Cancer Treatment Centers of America is selling its hospital in Philadelphia and will lay off the facility’s 365 employees, according to a closure notice filed with the state. The cancer care network said it anticipates the layoffs in Philadelphia will begin after May 30.
A Special Message From Dodie Dennis (Retired RN)
With 40 years experience as a licensed Registered Nurse on a cruise line, a Colorado ski resort, and in Phoenix, AZ, I did everything from Operating Room to Immunology to all levels of Newborn care.
Among my favorite jobs was teaching childbirth and nutrition classes. For the most part, I believe whole foods trump supplements. And eating a nutritious diet loaded with veggies, grass-fed meat, and plenty of good fats is the starting point. You certainly cannot supplement your way out of poor dietary choices. However, even with the best diet, there may be a few gaps that we might want to fill to “supplement” a solid diet.
For example, Omega-3 fatty acids are vitally important to our health. Our Omega-3 to Omega-6 ratio should be 1:1 or 1:2. Sadly, the average person’s is more like 1:20. Not only are we not getting enough Omega-3 from sources like grass-fed meats and fish/seafood, we’re also over consuming Omega 6 (e.g. vegetable oils, excessive nut consumption) – a double whammy.
Personally, Jack and I don’t eat enough fish to get adequate Omega-3 due to concerns about toxins, mercury, etc. That’s why we welcome a new sponsor to “supplement” with Green Pasture Fermented Cod Liver Oil (FCLO).
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I use the word “supplement” loosely here, since FCLO is really a whole food. Not only that, but it’s also a traditional food with a long history of use. Quite the opposite of highly processed fish oils.
Fermented Cod Liver Oil is simply cod livers fermented naturally to extract the oils. The cold-processing method maintains all the fat soluble vitamins. Most fish oils on the market are heat processed. What’s worse is that they’re then bleached and deodorized, and since most of the vitamins have been removed or destroyed, synthetic vitamins are added back in.
FCLO contains more than Omega 3s. It’s also a great source of Vitamin A and Vitamin D, and contains small amounts of Vitamin K2, Vitamin E, and various other quinones.
If you want to try out the amazing benefits of Fermented Cod Liver Oil, or maybe your current supply is running low, we highly recommend Green Pasture.
They are the only company to supply naturally fermented cod liver oil that we are aware of (and the one recommended most highly by the Weston Price Foundation).
Almost 2,000 doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine were spoiled when a cleaning contractor accidentally loosened a plug on a freezer at Jamaica Plain VA Medical Center in Boston, The Boston Globe reported Jan. 21.
Pharmacy staff found the freezer, holding 1,900 doses of the vaccine, had failed, and the doses were compromised, Kyle Toto, a spokesperson for VA Boston Healthcare System told the Globe.
“The freezer was in a secure location and had an alarm system installed. The plug was found loose after a contractor accidentally removed it while cleaning. An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the incident and why the monitoring and alarm system did not work as expected,” he said.
A replacement batch of vaccines is on the way, and the health system doesn’t expect its vaccination effort to be disrupted, the Globe reported.