Politics, Immigration and Crime Causes Historical Population Losses in Democrat States

New York city lost over 25,000 people a month between 2020 and 2021 due to dirty politics, strict and questionable COVID mandates and soaring crime. Official counts indicate a total of 305,465 citizens left.

Other Democrat controlled cities experienced similar population losses for that time period:

🔹Los Angeles (-40,537);

🔹Chicago, Illinois (-45,175);

🔹San Jose, California (-27,419);

🔹Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (-24,754);

🔹Dallas, Texas (-14,777);

🔹Houston, Texas (-11,777);

🔹Indianapolis, Indiana (-5,343)

🔹San Diego, California (-3,783);

🔹Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco lost roughly 6.3% of its population in 2021, the highest-percentage loss of any U.S. city.

Illegal immigration appears to be another cause of citizens leaving.

“While only 4% of all cities and towns had a population of 50,000 or more in 2021, collectively they contained 129.3 million people — nearly 39% of the U.S. population,” said Crystal Delbé, a statistician in the Population Division at the Census Bureau. “On the other hand, of the 19,494 incorporated places in the United States, more than 75% had fewer than 5,000 people.”

Fastest Growing by Percentage

Arizona, Texas, Florida and Idaho all had several places among the 15 fastest-growing cities or towns:

🔹Georgetown, Texas, had the largest growth from July 2020 to July 2021, increasing by 10.5%, a rate of growth which would double the population in less than seven years.

🔹 Leander, Texas (10.1%);

🔹Queen Creek Town, Arizona (8.9%);

🔹Buckeye, Arizona (8.6%);

🔹New Braunfels, Texas (8.3%).

🔹Fort Myers, Florida (6.8%),

🔹Casa Grande, Arizona (6.2%);

🔹Maricopa, Arizona (6.1%);

🔹North Port, Florida (5.5%);

🔹Spring Hill, Tennessee (5.4%);

🔹Goodyear, Arizona (5.4%); an

🔹Port St. Lucie, Florida (5.2%).

🔹Rounding out the list were three suburbs of Boise, Idaho: Meridian (5.2%), Caldwell (5.2%) and Nampa (5.0%).

Population Count Growth by People

🔹San Antonio, Texas, topped the list of the largest numeric gainers with an increase of 13,626 people between 2020 and 2021.

🔹Phoenix, Arizona (13,224);

🔹Fort Worth, Texas (12,916);

🔹Port St. Lucie, Florida (10,771);

🔹North Las Vegas, Nevada (9,917);

🔹Cape Coral, Florida (8,220);

🔹Buckeye, Arizona (8,001);

🔹Frisco, Texas (7,933);

🔹New Braunfels, Texas (7,538);

🔹Georgetown, Texas (7,193);

🔹Meridian, Idaho (6,234);

🔹Leander, Texas (6,159);

🔹Fort Meyers, Florida (5,891);

🔹Denton, Texas (5,844);

🔹McKinney, Texas (5,568).

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Rudy Giuliani Talks About September 11, His Cancer and Prayer

Rudolph Giuliani is best known for being mayor of New York during the September 11, 2001 attack. In 2008, Jack Dennis had the opportunity to meet Giuliani in San Antonio, Texas.

The American leader expressed his thoughts on his personal change, compassion, hope and faith during the disaster.

“Most people are surprised to know that I changed more from having prostate cancer than from September 11,” Giuliani stated, backstage at the Alamodome, where he was to give a speech later. “Dealing with the cancer forced me to gain the wisdom about the importance of life and the lack of control we have over death.”

“I needed the confidence and character I gained from coping with the cancer to prepare me to deal with, and even survive, the trials of September 11,” the former mayor said.

Giuliani found himself surrounded by firefighters, police officers and emergency workers on that fateful day in 2001. The worst attack on American soil became the most successful rescue operation in our country’s history under his leadership.

That evening, as Giuliani prepared for bed, he found solace in the words of Winston Churchill and “realized that courage doesn’t simply materialize out of thin air.”

Giuliani attended hundreds of funerals and visited Ground Zero daily.

“I grew physically and emotionally exhausted,” he recalled. “When I saw the families of the victims, I was revived knowing if they can do this, I can do it.”

“Courage begins years before, sometimes in our early childhood, as we develop our character,” he spoke. “Every choice we make in life can strengthen or weaken our character.”

Here are highlights of Mr. Giuliani’s views.

“When I was in my teens, I seriously planned to become either a priest or a doctor as I have always been faithful and enthusiastic about my faith in God and helping others. Religion was a favorite topic I enjoyed talking with my teachers about. Prayer and faith in God provided me with the strength I could not acquire from any other source. When things are tough, it’s always a good idea to pray for the guidance and strength necessary to get us through.”

“Most of my time as mayor was spent under the maxim that it’s better to be respected than to be loved. September 11 unlocked compassion in me that I typically reserved for my family and very close friends. I discovered that revealing your love and compassion does not weaken leadership. It makes it stronger.”

“Allowing doubt, fear and worry to overtake us is an inevitable path to failure. I could not afford failure after September 11. It was very necessary to reach inside and push the doubts away, and even out, of my thinking.”

“I’ve spent much of my reading on learning about how great leaders that I admired grew up and forged the character each had to deal with different substantial challenges. Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt came to mind. ‘Then only thing we have to fear is fear itself.’”

“Love can spark deep moments of profound goodness. When I saw the love of our heroes in New York who looked beyond their own safety or what was best for themselves and focus on the lives and safety of others, I learned that love can help us push aside differences to share our humanity and those things that we have in common.”

“I prayed with these brave men and women. I became very close and was able to learn from these firefighters, police officers and emergency responders, not to mention ordinary every day civilians. At the root of all of this, it was love, and not so much the sense of duty, that caused those firefighters to run into the flaming towers to save those he or she had never met. Love can so powerful it can help us be kind to even those who are cruel to us.”

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It Takes Village Idiots to Ruin American Cities

Democrat’s ‘Model City’ in Shambles

It takes a village of Democratic idiots to promote devastated communities as model cities. When their corrupt policies fail, they blame these violent and impoverished hellholes on “systemic racism”.

Good or bad, Malik Evans took over the office of mayor in Rochester, New York on January 1, 2022. Incumbent mayor Lovely Warren was voted out after numerous controversies that led the once thriving city to a destiny of high crime, poverty, homelessness and other such Democrat hallmarks.

On April 25, 2022, Warren’s husband pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine from his arrest at their home last year. Timothy Granison now faces a possible sentence of 5 to 40 years in prison and a fine of $5 million.

Today, gas prices in Rochester average $4.30 a gallon, up from the $3.29 citizens paid by Joe Biden’s fourth month in office. When President Donald J. Trump left office, they enjoyed $2.12 gallon.

1 in 25 Chance of Being a Crime Victim

“With a crime rate of 41 per one thousand residents, Rochester has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes – from the smallest towns to the very largest cities,” reports the NeighborhoodScout. One’s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 25. Within New York, more than 98% of the communities have a lower crime rate than Rochester.”

There is a 1 in 125 chance of being a victim of a violent crime within the city with an extremely high (compared to the nation) murder rate. It’s not getting any better. Last year they suffered through a 56 percent increase in murder. 2022 is not looking so good either.

Rochester murder per 100,000 population

Welcome to the future. With Democrats in charge, this is typical. (If you live in Rochester, your chances of having your car stolen is one in 230!) Their fraudulent and illegal elections, immigrant policies and mafia-like control, consistently lead to corruption at the highest levels.

Ultimate Village Idiots

With now over 1 million illegal aliens encouraged by the Biden-Obama-Harris Administration to breach our borders, the nation is turning into a Rochester, a Los Angeles, a San Francisco, a Baltimore, or a Chicago.

Like in many other large American cities, traditionally the local government has been completely dominated by the Democratic Party.  

Once the 32nd largest city in the country. Rochester is at number 114 and falling. Its population shrank 6.5% since 2000. The poverty rate is at 33% and the only thing going up is STDs with gonorrhea up 78% and chlamydia rates placing second in the state.

While Democrats spotlight Rochester as the model for America, barely a week goes by without someone in the media, who has never been to Rochester and wouldn’t go there at gunpoint, describe it as the first city to conduct some socialist experiment.

Last year, the media heavily promoted then Mayor Warren’s push to use drug revenue for racial reparations and basic income. In typical Democrat fashion, the last thing the city–with open air heroin markets–needed was the government handing out free money financed by drug sales.

Of course, the New York Times chimed in, touting Rochester’s war on highways under the headline, “Can Removing Highways Fix America’s Cities?”

According to not only the Times, but mockingbird media across America, Rochester continuously does something excitingly progressive like defunding the police or being designated by ex-Governor Cuomo and now Gov. Kathy Hochol as a “model EV city” and setting up electric car charging stations across a city with few electric cars and a plague of deadly carjackings.

The cheapest Rivian (Biden’s and George Soros’ favorite) electric truck price is $77,000. That’s over two times the average household income in Rochester.

Prior to being designated Cuomo’s model city for charging the electric cars it doesn’t have, Rochester was his pick as a “model city” to fight global warming by building 10 miles of bike routes.

Those routes now offer Rochester’s bike thieves different options for making their getaway after over 100 bikes were stolen from a neighborhood biking program giving away free bikes.

“I just want to ensure that the people that did this know I love them and that our program is open to them,” then Mayor Lovely Warren assured the thieves. “We’re just extremely sorry that life’s circumstances led them to a place in which they had to make a decision like this to rob a free neighborhood program of bicycles.”

Warren

The free bikes program shut down within a year.

Fresh off the efforts to make Rochester into a model city for electric cars and bikes, Warren, Evans and the rest of the Democrat controlled council embarked on a social justice spree of police defunding and reparations.

In 2020, Rochester police tried to restrain Daniel Prude, a career criminal who had been arrested 37 times and convicted 9 times,who had taken PCP and was wandering the streets. Prude shouted, “Give me that gun”. Police tried to restrain him by hooding him and he died.

One observer described the aftermath as “morbidly obese white socialists showed up naked in white hoods and sat on the steps of City Hall with ‘Black Lives Matter’ written on their on their bottoms to protest a black mayor.”

“Not even the most dedicated white supremacist could have come up with anything more racist.”

Warren, Evans, and the Rochester City Council defunded the police, cutting millions from law enforcement in a city with hundreds of shootings. Police Chief La’Ron Singletary warned this would hurt the black community, but the media cheered Warren’s move. A BLM organizer insisted that, “police make neighborhoods more dangerous.”

“Murder, Carjackings, Violent Crime Surge in Rochester NY. Why?” a Democrat Chronicle article asked.

Evans

It was a mystery no one could solve. Especially the police who weren’t allowed to solve crimes.

As murders rose 56% and shootings shot up 90%, Rochester decided to offer iPads in exchange for “working handguns and assault rifles”. No questions asked. A week after the “largest gun buyback in Rochester history”, four people were shot in just one day.

Five months after announcing that she wanted to reimagine the police, Warren was indicted on campaign fraud charges. Then her husband, Granison, was busted in the takedown of a drug ring and a semi-automatic rifle was found in their home. Warren, who had allied with Bloomberg’s Everytown gun control group, claimed that she knew nothing about the weapon.

It couldn’t have been too shocking since her husband, was previously convicted of armed robbery.

Warren, of course used the Democrat’s favorite mantra and blamed it on racism. “Things are not that different from the 1860s and 1950s,” she insinuated. It’s just like the 1860s in Rochester under its black female mayor, black female police chief, and 60% black city council with only two white members.

Warren then doubled down on racial reparations and police defunding.

It’s important to “invest in the people, in the neighborhoods that suffered from the criminalization of marijuana,” she had claimed earlier.

Rochester isn’t suffering from excessive criminalization, but decriminalization. And the last thing a city overrun with drugs needs is more drugs, or police defunding, EV chargers, demolishing highways, or any of the other “progressive” gimmicks that Democrats keep jumping on.

The media is right. Rochester is a model. And a cautionary tale.

The former booming industrial city is a model for what the Democrats want to do to America, gutting industrial bases, replacing work with welfare, and then using black people as lab rats for radical social experiments like drug legalization and police defunding with deadly results.

Being a “model city” now means having every toxic leftist policy idea tested on you.

Democrats have failed at the most basic elements of governance in Rochester. And yet they keep rolling out exciting new ideas to fight global warming or transform society when they can’t even handle their existing responsibilities.

Evans raised over $175,000, twice as much as Warren, in campaign money thanks to donations from organized labor including the local teachers union.

Where does this leave Democrat model city Rochester? Let us count the ways:

🔹4th poorest city in the country.

🔹Top 5 dirtiest city in America.

🔹Worst rated schools in the state.

🔹Lowest literacy rated in New York.

🔹Graduation rate consistently between 40 and 50 percent.

🔹75% of Rochester’s children are being raised by single parents.

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Building Costs for LA and San Francisco Hospitals Most Expensive in US

Los Angeles and San Francisco were the most expensive U.S. cities for the construction of general hospitals in the fourth quarter of 2021, a recent Statista report revealed.

Top 12 Cities Include Los Angeles Costs at Over $772 Per Square Foot, San Francisco is $707+

Building costs vary based on such factors as site conditions, climatic conditions and market conditions.

Below are the dozen most expensive cities in the U.S. for the construction of general hospitals and the average cost per square foot. A tie at No. 6 results in a numerical listing of 11:

1. Los Angeles: $772.5 per square foot

2. San Francisco: $707.5 per square foot

3. New York: $700 per square foot

4. Honolulu: $637.5 per square foot

5. Washington, D.C.: $632.5 per square foot

6. Chicago: $550 per square foot (tie)

6. Boston: $550 per square foot (tie)

7. Portland: $542.5 per square foot

8. Seattle: $540 per square foot

9. Denver: $520 per square foot

10. Phoenix: $502.5 per square foot

11. Las Vegas: $437.5 per square foot

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Thousands of US Flights Cancelled

Angry passenger in New York gets put in his place.

By 8 a.m. (CST) Monday, April 4, 2022, 2,134 airline flights were cancelled across, into and outbound the United States.

This followed carriers canceling more than 3,500 U.S. flights over the weekend due to employee absenteeism, storms in Florida and technology issues.

Close to 2,000 flights within, into, or out of the U.S. were canceled Saturday and a further 1,659 Sunday, according to flight tracking website FlightAware.

By morning, Monday, 4,314 flights were delayed.

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The Horrific True Story of ‘The Dating Game Serial Killer’

“Not all serial killers are alike,” my father, Walter Dennis, a homicide detective on the San Antonio Police Department, told me. “There are many different types of serial killers, because behavior reflects personality, and not all serial killers kill the same, act the same, or are the same.”

Dad was good about teaching me such things and it helped immensely when years later I became a private investigator. Sometimes, if he was on duty, he would come check on me while I was performing surveillance for a case.

“Dad, what homicide cases bother you the most?” I asked one slow stormy night while we were listening to the police radio in his car.

“Besides children, I’d say serial killers bother me most,” he replied. “That Dating Game Killer was intriguing. Never could figure how they let him be on that show as a contestant.”

Dad was talking about Rodney Alcala, who was born as Rodrigo Jacques Alcala-Buquor in San Antonio on August 23, 1943. He moved to Mexico with his family when he was about 8 years old. His father abandoned them while they were in Mexico. Alcala, his siblings and mother later relocated to Los Angeles.

Here is a brief rundown of some of his known crimes and murders:

1968

In Hollywood, California Alcala was a 25-year-old UCLA student when he lured 8-year-old Tali Shapiro into his car. At first Shapiro responded with “I don’t talk to strangers.”

Alcala said that he knew her parents. Later, Shapiro said that “I really didn’t want to get into the car but I was raised to respect my elders,” and so she got into the car. Alcala drove her to his apartment and proceeded to rape and beat her with an iron bar.

Fortunately, a motorist had seen Alcala pick Shapiro up, and after following them, had called the police. When police arrived, they found Shapiro “in a large puddle of blood and not breathing.” They began to search for Alcala in the apartment, but when one of the officers realized that Shapiro was still alive and struggling to breathe, all their focus turned onto her, and Alcala managed to escape. He moved to the East Coast.

He attended New York University from 1968 to 1971, working as a security guard to pay for his tuition.

1969

Prior to his security guard work, Alcala found employment in the summer of 1969 as an arts counselor at a summer camp in Georges Mills, N.H. The director was so impressed with Alcala and how he “confidently demonstrated techniques of filmmaking and photography to the eager young campers,” that Alcala was invited to return the following year.

1970

Alcala worked at Georges Mills again in the summer of 1970.

1971

After graduating from NYU in June 1971, he returned for a third summer at Georges Mills after murdering 23-year-old Cornelia Michel Crilley. The case remained unsolved until 2011, when evidence linked Alcala to the murder.

In 1971 he was included on the FBI’s Most Wanted list when some girls at an arts camp recognized their counselor, who was using the name John Berger. They told the camp’s dean and Alcala was soon arrested, though he was able to plead to the lesser charge of child molestation and served just 34 months.

Note: It is often reported that Alcala studied film under Roman Polanski at NYU, but this highly unlikely since by 1968, Polanski had moved to Hollywood, Calif.

1975

After spending three years behind bars, he soon spent another two years in prison for assaulting a 13-year-old girl. But authorities had regrettably allowed Alcala to travel to New York to “visit relatives.” Investigators now believe that within seven days of his arrival there, he killed a college student named Elaine Hover who was the daughter of a popular Hollywood nightclub owner and goddaughter of both Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin.

Hover

1977

By now a legally registered sex offender, Alcala was hired to be a typesetter for The Los Angeles Times  in September 1977.

He brutally killed Ellen Hover from New York and Christine Thornton went missing during a road trip that year, her remains only discovered outside of Granger, Wyoming five years later by a rancher.

Thorton

1978

California police questioned Alcala in March 1978 as a potential suspect in the Hillside Strangler killings, another set of serial murders that occurred in California in the 1970s. Alcala was cleared of those crimes, and police did not realize they had actually spoken with a another serial killer.

Just four months later, on Wednesday, September 13, 1978, Jim Lange, the host of a popular television program, The Dating Game, introduced Alcala as “Bachelor Number One.” He was a contestant vying against two other men, all hidden behind a wall, for a date with bachelorette Cheryl Bradshaw.

Lange described Contestant #1 as “a successful photographer, who got his start when his father found him in the darkroom at the age of 13, fully developed.”

When asked by Cheryl Bradshaw to describe what kind of meal he’d be, Alcala replied, “I’m called ‘The Banana’ and I look really good… Peel me.”

Bradshaw selected the man who would be known as “The Dating Game Killer.”

After their segment was completed, the two went backstage until they were called out at the end of the program to blow a farewell kiss to the audience.

When Acala offered her a date playing tennis and visiting Magic Mountain that she’d “never forget”, Bradshaw felt creeped out.

“I started to feel ill,” she explained years later. “He was acting really creepy. I turned down his offer. I didn’t want to see him again.”

1979

On June 20, 1979, 12-year-old Robin Samsoe disappeared from Huntington Beach, California on her way to ballet class. Her friends said that a stranger approached them on the beach and asked if they’d want to do a photoshoot. They declined and Samsoe left, borrowing a friend’s bike to hurriedly get to ballet. At some point between the beach and class, Samsoe disappeared. Nearly 12 days later, a park ranger found her animal-ravaged bones in a forested area near the Pasadena foothills of the Sierra Madre.

Upon questioning Samsoe’s friends, a police sketch artist drew up a composite and Alcala’s former parole officer recognized the face. Between the sketch, Alcala’s criminal past, and the discovery of Samsoe’s earrings in Alcala’s Seattle storage locker, police felt confident he was the beast they were looking for.

Soon, after his arrest, investigators discovered hundreds of photographs in a Seattle storage locker that was rented by Alcala. Some of these pictures were eventually helpful with identifying victims.

2010

One of the killer’s means for luring victims was telling them he wanted to photograph them.

Huntington Police decided to release the photos they found at the Seattle rented storage unit in 1979 to the public. Hopefully this could help identify the people pictured in an effort to identify more victims. It worked in the case of Christine Thornton, whose sister, Kathy had never stopped looking for her. She identified her sister in one of the photographs Alcala had kept in Seattle storage.

Alcala was ultimately charged with the killing, but prosecutors declined to extradite him from death row in California to stand trial in Wyoming. 


It took several years, but Rodney Alcala was finally convicted of killing Samsoe and four other women women — 18-year-old Jill Barcomb and 27-year-old Georgia Wixted, both in 1977; 32-year-old Charlotte Lamb in 1978; and 21-year-old Jill Parenteau in 1979. He was sentenced to death row in 2010.

Alcala repeatedly appealed his death sentences. During his third trial, he acted as his own defense attorney, he “laughed and talked throughout.” He began asking himself questions in a deep voice and referring to himself as ‘Mr. Alcala’ before answering in his natural tone.

Part of the case against him was a pair of gold earrings linked to Samsoe that had been found in his Seattle storage locker. Alcala played clips from The Dating Game that he said proved he was already wearing gold earrings in 1978.

During his sentencing, he decided to play “Alice’s Restaurant,” by Arlo Guthrie, for the courtroom, with the lyrics: “Eat dead, burnt bodies. I mean kill, kill, kill, kill!”

The jury found Alcala guilty of first-degree murder and he received the death penalty. However, the California Supreme court overturned this verdict due to the jury being prejudiced, they felt, by learning of Alcala’s past sex crimes. It took six years to put him back on trial.

2013

Alcala was convicted by New York courts of the brutal murders of two more women, Cornelia Crilley in 1971 and Ellen Jane Hover in 1977. He was sentenced to 25 years to life in 2013.

2019

Alcala’s execution in California had been postponed indefinitely due to a moratorium on the death penalty instituted by the state in 2019.

2021


Alcala, 77, died of natural causes at 1:43 a.m. Saturday July 23, 2021 at a hospital in the community near Corcoran State Prison, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said in a statement.

While Alcala was convicted of seven murders, he is believed to have killed anywhere from 50 to 140 women according to the Star Tribune and The East Bay Times. At least one more of those has been identified.

His “signatures” were beating, biting, raping, and strangling (often choking victims until the point of unconsciousness), then once they came to, he’d start the process over again.

When the Huntington Beach Police Department released the cache of photos taken by Alcala in 2010, there intent has been to identify the individuals in them to determine whether they may have been victimized by him.

Some people were alive and came forward. The photos aided in identifying Christine Thornton as one of Alcala’s victims.

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COVID-19 Mandate News for Intelligent Patriots and Not-So-Smart Media

Positive News For Mandate Haters: Canada, UK, Colorado, New York, Florida and More

By Tuesday night Freedom March Canadian Truckers raised right at $10 million for food, fuel and provisions . According to several news sources, they have accumulated more funds from donations than the major federal political parties of Canada raised during the last quarter of 2021.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s reigning Liberal Party of Canada received in $3.7 million during the last quarter of 2021, according to public records with Elections Canada. 

On Monday, Trudeau gave a video speech from his secret exile location to indicate:

🔹After being triple-jabbed, he has tested positive for Covid, so he needs to quarantine. He’s not afraid, but doing it for the safety of others.

🔹He said that although citizens have a “right to make their voice heard,” they are not allowed to “shut down our democracy or annoy their fellow citizens.”

🔹He indicated he will not succumb to racists or anyone who disrespect veterans. We could not find anyone who understands the veteran point, because many of the truckers are veterans. 

Trudeau’s stance is inconsistent with his stance and treatment of previous protesters such as Black Lives Matter.

Supporters continue to pass out food to truckers.

The truckers, parked around the Parliament capitol for six days, intend to remain awhile.

Media Heavy on Propaganda

Media, especially the Canadian Broadcasting Company, are issuing propaganda reports that the trucker’s convoy and protest are part of a Russian misinformation campaign. Americans know all too well about media and their “Russia-Russia-Russia” tactics.

Reuters former CEO James Smith–now the current Chairman of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the corporate arm of the company–also sits as a board member at Pfizer. Rueter actually published a story Monday headlined, “Ivermectin shows ‘antiviral effect’ against COVID, Japanese company says.”

According to Reuters, a publicly-traded Kowa, a Japanese pharmaceutical company, reported have they have been working with Tokyo’s Kitasato University to test the Ivermectin anti-parasite drug against common Covid variants, and were seeing positive results in their clinical study.

The question in mind for intelligent patriots around the world who already know, is why Reuters is just now publishing an article when for months numerous testing confirmed Ivermectin works globally?

UK Cancels Mandate

The United Kingdom announced Monday that, as scores of other countries have, is canceling its vaccine mandate for healthcare workers. UK’s mandates on nurses and medical staff has caused serious work shortages.

Britain’s Health Secretary Sajid Javid said they were canceling the mandate for safety and Omicron reasons. Javid announced he is troubled that the vaccine mandate will “endanger patients” because of the loss of key healthcare personnel from an already understaffed health service.

Javid

Prior to Javid’s announcement, healthcare workers had until February 3 to get their first vaccination or be terminated.

“While vaccination remains our very best line of defence, I believe it is no longer proportionate to require vaccination as a condition of employment by statute,” Javid said in an address to Parliament. “I will launch a consultation on ending vaccination as condition of employment in health and all social care settings. Subject to the response and the will of this house, the government will revoke these regulations.”

Fewer States Have Mandates

Big blow for NY Gov. Kathy Hochul.

When the New York Supreme Court striked down the state’s COVID-19 mask mandate last week the writing was on the wall. As of today, there are only 11 states left across the United States with widespread masking requirements.

🔹Eight states—California, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington—require most people to wear masks in indoor settings regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.

🔹Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico also have similar orders in place.

🔹Connecticut has an indoor mask mandate that applies only to those who have not been vaccinated.

🔹Rhode Island requires masking for everyone at indoor venues with a capacity of 250 people or more. Masking is also required in smaller venues unless those venues implement a vaccine requirement.

Is Colorado COVID Cancelled?

Last week, the Colorado State Health Department said its vaccination requirement for large, indoor events will end.

Liberal Denver announced the retirement of its mask mandate and vaccine passport rules for local businesses, beginning Friday. The Mile-High city will maintain mask mandates at schools and day cares.

The Tri-County Health Department on Monday went a step further than Denver by ending mask requirements for schools in Adams and Arapahoe county as well.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock called it a “pivot point in this battle” against COVID-19, but said the virus will just be something “we’re going to have to manage and learn to live with.”

“Beginning Friday, people will no longer be required under the public health order to wear a mask or show proof of vaccination for entry into a place of business in Denver,” Hancock said.

Florida Senate Sanity

The Florida Senate passed SB 620, the “Local Business Protection Act” last week and most Floridians are counting on the state House to do the same.

If enacted, local businesses can sue local governments if they pass any regulations reducing business profits by more than 15%.

It offers various protections to local governments, such as limiting the recovery of lost profits to only 7 years, and giving local governments a three-month window to “undo” the regulation after being notified of a claim.

The University of Florida issued a campus wide letter last week announcing that “as the COVID-19 pandemic transitions to an endemic and the omicron surge rapidly declines,” they will begin “treating COVID as we do other contagious illnesses such as the flu.”

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General Flynn’s Family Calls University of Rhode Island’s New Woke Action ‘Cowardly and Corrupt’

Calling it “another example of cancel culture and ‘wokeness’ in our academic institutions,” Former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn blasted the University of Rhode Island prior to the Board of Trustees most recent liberal “woke” actions.

On Friday, January 21, 2022 the Board voted to revoke honorary degrees previously awarded to retired Lt. Gen. Flynn and former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

🔹In 2003, Mayor Giuliani was awarded the Doctor of Laws Honoris Causa based on his demonstrated leadership in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

🔹In 2014, General Flynn, a 1981 graduate of the University and a three-star Army general, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters.

On Thursday, the Flynn family issued a strong statement to the URI.

Today, our family learned the University of Rhode Island plans to disguise itself under a veil of false righteousness and turn its back on an American hero in a cowardly and corrupt attempt to discredit our brother, Lt. General Michael T. Flynn, USA (Ret.) and his life’s mission and work, without cause. 

If URI’s Board of Trustees gutlessly vote to revoke General Flynn’s honorary degree at their meeting Friday, January 21, 2022, the University will fail to stand for honor, truth, justice and morality, but instead, will smear its own reputation and dishonor its community, the State of Rhode Island, and General Flynn’s mother along with 10 of his siblings, nieces, and nephews who all graduated from the University.

The blatant hypocrisy arising out of the Board’s expected decision to revoke General Flynn’s honorary degree smacks in the face of the core principles of this Country and the stated mission of the University, itself.  With this flawed and crooked action, URI endorses the destructive and tyrannical cancel culture, bowing down to the woke mob and repressive forces, while revealing itself to lack the intellectual capacity, fortitude or integrity that is required of an American public university in the 21st century.

General Flynn has dedicated his life to protect and preserve the United States of America and the freedoms and liberties enjoyed by all citizens of this great country, including those associated with the University of Rhode Island.  His unwavering love for God and Country – above all else – is the torch of light that he carried through decades of public service to America as a U.S. Army soldier and military leader of tens of thousands of young men and women in battlefields around the world…

…For our nation to survive the deep-seated remarkable corruption exposed over the last several years, including the four-year political persecution of General Flynn as a means “to get Trump,” will take new leaders and brave Americans to courageously stand up to the controlling forces of evil, intent upon destroying this great nation.  When an injustice to one person occurs in America, it happens to all citizens.

But America is awakened. She will no longer tolerate election fraud, media propagandists who acquiesce to their puppeteers, nor the fraudulent, treacherous rhetoric cloaked as wokeness. Those days are over. This moment in time demands more from all of us. The Flynn Family and General Flynn are still on the field and will continue to fight for America with all our might to ensure that all citizens enjoy their God-given rights to freedom, liberty, and equal justice under the law without fear of retaliation.

Astoundingly, URI’s new President Mr. Marc Parlange distorts the facts and adopts lies and gossip spread for years in connection with the, now confirmed, framing of General Flynn.  Mr. Parlange’s recommendation to revoke General Flynn’s honorary degree lacks moral courage, prioritizes pettiness over principles, and sets an unsavory, disturbing precedent.

In fact, former U.S. DOJ Attorney General William Barr, in his May 2020 interview with CBS News Correspondent Catherine Herridge, verified the DOJ decision to dismiss the false charge against General Flynn was “to undo an injustice.” He further revealed the so-called January 24, 2017 interview of General Flynn by now disgraced FBI agents had “no legitimate basis” and was orchestrated as a “perjury trap” of General Flynn.

Furthermore, in September 2020, FBI Special Agent William J. Barnett testified – under oath – in an interview arising out of the DOJ’s independent investigation, led by USAO-EDMO Jeffery Jensen, into the truth behind, and the facts of, the General’s case, that he believed the prosecution of Flynn was used as a means to “get TRUMP.” 

URI is without redemption to the Flynn Family and all others who seek right over wrong and truth over lies.

“After reviewing the recommendation from the President, who endorsed the committee’s recommendation, the Board voted to approve the revocation of these honorary degrees,” said Chair of the Board of Trustees Margo Cook.

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Impractical Jokers Star Joe Gatto ‘Stepping Away’ From Show


Television’s Impractical Jokers member Joe Gatto posted the surprising news on Instagram before the New Year 2022 rang in that he would “create new ways to entertain you.”

“Sorry in advance for the long and more-serious-than-usual note below, I just wanted to let you all know that I will no longer be involved with Impractical Jokers,” Gatto wrote. “Alongside my friends, I’ve devoted a decade of my life to building this franchise and couldn’t be prouder of what has been accomplished. However, due to some issues in my personal life, I have to step away. Bessy and I have decided to amicably part ways, so now I need to focus on being the best father and co-parent to our two incredible kids.

“Outside of my family, my relationships with Murr, Q and Sal have been the most important in my life,” he continued. “I know they will continue to make the world laugh. And even though the four of us are the ones who you all see, this show is only possible due to the hard work of the talented crew members who work behind the scenes. I am very thankful to have worked with each and every one of them.”

How Gatto’s exit affects the future of the troupe is unknown. The stars of the long-running TruTV series struck a first-look deal with WarnerMedia earlier in 2021 and had their flagship show renewed for a tenth season.

The Tenderloins comedy troupe, which includes Gatto, James “Murr” Murray, Brian “Q” Quinn and Sal Vulcano, were slated to develop and produce original unscripted and scripted programming for TNT, TBS and truTV as well as HBO Max.

The also star in Impractical Jokers: Dinner Party, launched Impractical Jokers: The Movie in 2020 and are making Impractical Jokers: After Party with Joey Fatone.

They are also involved in The Misery Index, which is in its third season at TBS.

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Ghislaine Maxwell Found Guilty on Five Counts in Jeffrey Epstein Related Sex Assault Cases

British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, the predatory enabler for Jeffrey Epstein, was found guilty on five of six counts related to her participation in sexual assaults of minors in a New York court on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021.  

Four women testified that Maxwell was the facilitator of their sexual abuse who groomed them to be raped by Epstein.

Maxwell & Epstein on private plane.

Maxwell was found guilty of:

🔹conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts

🔹conspiracy to transport minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity

🔹transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity

🔹sex trafficking conspiracy

🔹sex trafficking of a minor

She was acquitted on the charge of enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts and applied only to one “Jane Doe” victim.

Epstein, who made international news as an incarcerated registered sex offender, was found dead in a high security cell at New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10, 2019.

Names of the prominent elite in his social circle included former President Bill Clinton, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, Prince Andrew, Woody Allen, Harvey Weinstein, Alec Baldwin and more.

Epstein installed concealed cameras at strategic locations on his properties to allegedly record sexual activity with underage girls by prominent politicans, entertainers, business people, and others for blackmail and persuasion purposes.

Maxwell told friends that Epstein’s private island in the Virgin Islands was completely wired for video. One friend believed that Maxwell and Epstein were videotaping everyone on the island as an insurance policy.

When police raided his Palm Beach residence in 2006, two hidden pinhole cameras were discovered in his home. 

On March 29, prosecutors unsealed a new indictment against Maxwell charging her with two more counts of sex trafficking related to a new accuser.

Maxwell

The new charges claim Maxwell groomed and sex-trafficked a 14-year-old girl for Epstein to abuse between 2001 and 2004 at his Palm Beach estate in Florida.

The original trial was to begin on July 12, but moved to December as set by federal U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan. The Manhattan judge originally deemed it a “short” postponement and appropriate because federal prosecutors added new charges to the case, and COVID-19 protocols made trial preparation harder.

Last spring, one of Maxwell’s attorneys, Bobbi Sternheim, wrote to Judge Nathan about his client’s sleep deprivation. She also included a photo of Maxwell with a bruise under her left eye as an exhibit.

“While Ms. Maxwell is unaware of the cause of the bruise, as reported to medical and psych staff, she has grown increasingly reluctant to report information to the guards for fear of retaliation, discipline, and punitive chores,” Sternheim wrote. “However, there is concern that the bruise may be related to the need for Ms. Maxwell to shield her eyes from the lights projected into her cell throughout the night.”

Social Media Commentary

Social media has been blowing up with speculation, memes and photos regarding the trial throughout December. Here are samplings.

Piers Morgan with Maxwell

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How Many More New Yorkers Will Die Due To Governor’s Harsh Vaccine Mandate?

The State of New York, insistent on forcing harsh experimental COVID vaccine mandates, has forced 32 hospitals with limited capacity to halt nonurgent elective procedures. An exodus of hospital workers who refuse to take the forced jabs, along with hospitalizations from the vaccines and more COVID increases in the state, is the blame.

Health department officials issued determinations at the hospitals Dec. 6, applying to procedures scheduled to occur on or after Dec. 9.

The determinations were issued as part of an executive order announced Nov. 26 by Democrat Gov. Kathy Hochul, which allows the state to limit nonurgent procedures for hospitals and health systems with limited capacity to ensure the organizations can address potential capacity constraints. The state defined limited capacity as below 10 percent staffed bed capacity, or as determined by the health department based on regional and healthcare utilization factors.

Kaleida Health said the organization fired about 100 employees Dec. 6, in accordance with the state’s vaccination mandate for healthcare workers, who had previously been granted a religious exemption and chose not to receive their initial shot by the state’s Dec. 5 deadline. Overall, about 200 workers have now been separated from the organization related to the state vaccination mandate.

As of Dec. 6, the final determination included 32 upstate facilities in the North Country, Mohawk Valley, Capital Region, Western New York, Central New York and Finger Lakes regions. They are:

  • A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital
  • Albany Medical Center Hospital
  • Brooks-TLC Hospital System
  • Canton-Potsdam Hospital
  • Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center
  • Crouse Hospital
  • Erie County Medical Center
  • F.F. Thompson Hospital
  • Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare-St. Luke’s Division
  • Geneva General Hospital
  • Glens Falls Hospital
  • Guthrie Cortland Medical Center
  • Highland Hospital
  • Little Falls Hospital
  • Mercy Hospital of Buffalo
  • Mount St. Mary’s Hospital and Health Center
  • Oneida Health Hospital
  • Oswego Hospital
  • Rochester General Hospital
  • Saratoga Hospital
  • Sisters of Charity Hospital
  • St. Elizabeth Medical Center
  • St. Mary’s Healthcare
  • Strong Memorial Hospital
  • The Unity Hospital of Rochester
  • The University of Vermont Health Network-Alice Hyde Medical Center
  • The University of Vermont Health Network-Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital
  • The University of Vermont Health Network-Elizabethtown Community Hospital
  • University Hospital SUNY Health Science Center
  • UPMC Chautauqua at WCA
  • Upstate University Hospital at Community General
  • Wyoming County Community Hospital

State officials said procedures not covered by the governor’s order are those for cancer (including diagnostic procedure of suspected cancer), neurosurgery, intractable pain, highly symptomatic patients, transplants, trauma, cardiac with symptoms, limb-threatening vascular procedures, dialysis vascular access and patients “at a clinically high risk of harm if their procedures are not completed.”

Other procedures and surgeries covered by the governor’s order will be put on hold until Jan. 15 at the 32 facilities.

In addition to New York requiring 32 hospitals to postpone electives, Buffalo, N.Y.-based Kaleida Health is proactively postponing elective inpatient surgeries at Buffalo General Medical Center and Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital.

In a Dec. 6 news release, the health system said it is taking this action given a reduction in workforce, the subsequent reduction in staffed beds, the significant rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations across its facilities and the increase in COVID-19 cases in the region.

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Jeffrey Epstein’s Ghislaine Maxwell Trial Primer

Who & What You Need to Know

To begin, Maureen Comey is a prosecutor in the case. Her father is disgraced former FBI Director and elite tool, James Comey.

The one certain point about Ghislaine Maxwell, who goes on trial next week, is that preliminary actions are already controversial. The former girlfriend and so called “madame” of financier Jeffrey Epstein, pleaded not guilty to all six counts and faces up to 80 years in prison if convicted on all charges.

The second point is that mainstream media will be defending their own, and likely their share of using propaganda  to protect some of the famous and powerful connected to the case.

🔹On Monday, U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan said she would allow testimony from two psychologists, Elizabeth Loftus and Park Dietz, the defense has offered as experts.

Dietz is expected to rebut the testimony of prosecution witness Lisa Rocchio, a psychologist expected to discuss how underage sexual abuse victims are “groomed” by their predators.

Political Pandering?

Sen. Chuck Schumer on Tuesday night announced his recommendation that Judge Nathan be elevated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit.

Judge Alison Nathan. Photo Courtesy of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Judge Alison Nathan. Photo Courtesy of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

In a statement recommending that current White House resident Joe Biden nominate her, Schumer praised Nathan as a “deeply respected legal leader” and emphasized that she would be the second openly lesbian woman to serve as a federal appellate judge.

“Ali Nathan is an outstanding judge for the Southern District of New York and her experience, legal brilliance, love of the rule of law and perspective would be invaluable in ensuring the federal judiciary fulfills its obligation to ensure equal justice for all,” Schumer said.

Biden officially nominated Nathan, who previously served as associate White House counsel for the Obama-Biden Administration, on Tuesday.

🔹Opening statements in the trial begin on Nov. 29 for Maxwell, who prosecutors say procured underage girls for Epstein to sexually abuse from 1994 to 2004. She originally pleaded not guilty and has been incarcerated in a Brooklyn jail since her arrest in the summer of 2020. 

🔹Monday, human-rights lawyers François Zimeray and Jessica Finelle announced they were working on behalf of Maxwell’s siblings and filed an action with the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.

The filed document alleges Maxwell, 59, is subject to “inhumane and degrading” conditions in the Brooklyn lockup and that her “ongoing demonization in the media” has jeopardized her right to a fair trial.

Virginia Giuffre

🔹Observers are taking note of a revelation from Virginia Giuffre after a federal appeals court ordered the release of the sealed documents in a lawsuit that Giuffre filed against Maxwell.

The suit indicates, Maxwell, a British publishing heiress was Epstein’s madam. Maxwell has rejected allegations that she has acted as a procurer for Epstein and denied she facilitated Prince Andrew’s acts of sexual abuse and was Epstein’s madam.

Virginia Giuffre revealed that Epstein and Maxwell trafficked her to powerful people for erotic massages and sex. She claimed in 2016 depositions that Maxwell directed her to have sex with former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, Britain’s Prince Andrew (whom she has accused before), wealthy financier Glenn Dubin, former senator George Mitchell, now-deceased MIT scientist Marvin Minsky, and modeling agent Jean-Luc Brunel, as well as “another prince,” a “foreign president,” a well-known prime minsiter” and the owner of a “large hotel chain” in France.

Epstein and Maxwell

Epstein, who made international news as a jailed registered sex offender, was found dead in a high security cell at New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10, 2019 under suspicious circumstances. The Media and officials alleged his death was suicide, but extremely coincidental circumstances (no guards, security cameras not working, not suicidal, concern for his safety, etc.) casts about as much doubt in Epstein’s cause of death as there is on the legitimacy of Biden winning the 2019 Election.

Bill Richardson and Company

🔹New Mexico’s Richardson, the former governor, DNC chairman, and presidential candidate. served as President Clinton’s Energy Secretary and UN Ambassador in the late ’90s. He was reportedly a guest of honor at Jeffrey Epstein’s secluded Zorro Ranch outside of Stanley, New Mexico, and appears in Epstein’s “little black book” of contacts. Giuffre has previously claimed that Epstein transported her to New Mexico as his underage “sex slave.”

Weinstein, Epstein, Maxwell at masquerade birthday party, July 2006.

Richardson returned $50,000 in campaign donations from Epstein after the financier’s 2007 plea deal in Florida.

🔹Others who were part of Epstein social circle include prominent elite figures such as former President Bill Clinton, Supreme Court Justice John Roberts, Prince Andrew, Woody Allen, Harvey Weinstein, Alec Baldwin and others.

Videotaping Sex Encounters For Blackmail

🔹Ex-arms dealer Ari Ben-Menashe claims that Maxwell’s father brought Epstein to Israel in the 1980s to blackmail people for the Jewish state.

Epstein’s mode of operation, according to Ben-Menashe, was taping targets having sex with young women. “Underage girls was his forte,” says Ben-Menashe.

Epstein installed concealed cameras at strategic locations on his properties to allegedly record sexual activity with underage girls by prominent politicans, entertainers, business people, and others for blackmail and persuasion purposes.

🔹Maxwell told friends that Epstein’s private island in the Virgin Islands was completely wired for video.

🔹One friend believed that Maxwell and Epstein were videotaping everyone on the island as an “insurance policy.”

🔹When police raided his Palm Beach residence in 2006, two hidden pinhole cameras were discovered in Epstein’s home. 

Jennifer Araoz

“It doesn’t end with her — there are a lot of other people to blame,” testified Jennifer Araoz, who accused Epstein of raping her when she was 15, according to a court document.

🔹Araoz has separately sued Epstein’s estate and Maxwell, claiming that Maxwell “oversaw” the billionaire’s “process.”

🔹Araoz’s attorney, Eric Lerner, is quoted in the documents as stating, “One of the reasons the focus is on Ghislaine is because she has knowledge of that web. But it seems like there’s a lot of powerful men around Jeffrey Epstein who are part of this web who don’t appear to be part of any investigation right now.”

Additional Charges

On March 29, prosecutors unsealed a new indictment against Epstein charging her with two more counts of sex trafficking related to another accuser.

Maxwell

🔹These new charges claim Maxwell groomed and sex-trafficked a 14-year-old girl for Epstein to abuse between 2001 and 2004 at his Palm Beach estate in Florida.

🔹Originally the trial was to begin in July, but was moved to the fall as set by federal U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan. The Manhattan judge indicated this postponement was necessary and appropriate because federal prosecutors added these new charges to the case. COVID-19 protocols made trial preparation more difficult.

Jail Conditions

In October, one of Maxwell’s attorneys, Bobbi Sternheim, wrote to Judge Nathan about his client’s sleep deprivation. She also included a photo of Maxwell with a bruise under her left eye as an exhibit.

“While Ms. Maxwell is unaware of the cause of the bruise, as reported to medical and psych staff, she has grown increasingly reluctant to report information to the guards for fear of retaliation, discipline, and punitive chores,” Sternheim wrote. “However, there is concern that the bruise may be related to the need for Ms. Maxwell to shield her eyes from the lights projected into her cell throughout the night.”

Piers Morgan with Maxwell

According to Sternheim, Maxwell “resorts to using a sock or towel to cover her eyes in an awkward attempt to shield them from disrupting illumination every 15 minutes.”

“Ms. Maxwell continues to be disrupted throughout the night by guards shining a flash/strobe light into her cell, claiming that her breathing must be checked,” Sternheim continued. “The myth that Ms. Maxwell’s conditions of confinement are related to her being a suicide risk was laid to rest during the oral argument: There is nothing to support that contrived claim.”

Maxwell’s attorneys characterized the government’s timing of the trial “obvious tactical gamesmanship” and indicated more preparation was necessary for her defense.

“The Court concludes that the interests of justice justify granting a short continuance,” the judge wrote in her ruling, “Such an adjournment would plainly give the defense team sufficient time to prepare for trial in light of the additional charges contained in the S2 indictment while also ensuring that the trial proceeds without undue delay.”

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