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☕️ C&C NEWS ☙ Saturday, October 8, 2022 ☙ TURNING THE TIDE

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By Jeff Childers


I have penned a handful of posts that I self-labeled as among the most important I’ve ever written. I still remember the day back last December when I correctly predicted that the pandemic was over, we just couldn’t see it yet. It was a risk; except for corporate media and covid experts, failed predictions have a way of ending people’s careers. But I’m going to do it again.

As Gandalf famously said, I come to you now at the turn of the tide. I’m not minimizing the historic threats and dangers that we still face, both within and without our great nation, but today’s roundup will, I think, convince you that we have surmounted a critical inflection point, and the tide, as that ancient wizard quipped, has begun to turn.

We’ve been showered with blessings this week. Buckle up.


🪖 But first! I’ll be appearing on Epoch TV tonight, in a terrific one-on-one interview on “American Thought Leaders.” They did a fantastic job, and you guys will just love the subject matter. It ties in nicely with today’s epic post.

PREMIERING 7:30PM ET: Attorney Jeff Childers on How He Won Against Mask and Vaccine Mandates, and Inspired Other Lawyers to Do the Same.

I’ll admit that I’m a little self-conscious about it because that was the first interview where they plastered make-up on me. Ugh. I’m pretty enough, at least Michelle thinks so.


💉 I’m not exaggerating when I tell you that this next story is possibly the most significant development in the ongoing vaccine story — since day one. And it’s only one of two such blockbuster developments today.

Yesterday, Florida broke bad, again, this time by issuing an explosive new advisory RECOMMENDING AGAINST THE COVID INJECTIONS FOR ALL MEN UNDER 40 YEARS OLD.

First of all, I am not making that up. Second, it gets even better.

Florida’s Department of Health issued the new guidance yesterday. It begins by stating that Florida conducted its OWN analysis of the mortality risk following the jabs, using an evidence-based technique called the “self-controlled case study,” which was originally developed for evaluating vaccine safety.

Let’s pause for a moment, and consider the implications from just that one fact.

First of all, in over two years, Florida is the first and only state to conduct a study of vaccine safety. Period. And it would not have happened without Governor DeSantis appointing a heavyweight, highly-credentialed intellect like Harvard-trained doctor Joseph Ladapo as the state’s Surgeon General.

Second, the federal Centers for Disease Control, with a budget larger than some countries’ annual gross domestic product, has never studied jab outcomes. For some reason. Nor has the FDA. Nor has the NIH. Each of those agencies would naturally have been expected to laser-focus on vaccine safety from the very first injection. Nope.

So Florida did it for them.

Governor DeSantis just shattered the gigantic bulletproof glass wall protecting Pfizer and Moderna from ACCOUNTABILITY. You were probably only thinking in terms of how the new guidance would affect shot uptake. Think bigger. A LOT bigger. The guidance now constitutes a state-sanctioned finding that the shots are NOT “completely safe and effective.” Judges will pay attention to this.

Here’s what Florida’s analysis found:

[T]here is an 84% increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination… With a high level of global immunity to COVID-19, the benefit of vaccination is likely outweighed by this abnormally high risk of cardiac-related death among men in this age group… Males over the age of 60 had a 10% increased risk of cardiac-related death within 28 days of mRNA vaccination [while] Non-mRNA vaccines were not found to have these increased risks among any population.

“Abnormally high risk.” In other words, males 18-39 were almost twice as likely to die after getting the shot. It’s also worth noting that the analysis didn’t even consider non-fatal vaccine-induced injuries.

Finally, the one-page guidance expanded the state’s previous recommendation from March against vaccinating children for covid, now including infants and toddlers. Florida now recommends against jabbing ANY kids, regardless of age.

This is SO huge. Let’s talk about all the implications. First, corporate media will ignore the story, because that’s the psyop playbook for bad news that can’t easily be discredited. They’ll just pretend like it didn’t happen.

There’s a reason I predict corporate media will NOT follow the usual path of criticizing Florida’s analysis for not being peer-reviewed or using the right data or being politically motivated or whatever. Since Florida is a STATE GOVERNMENT, media can’t just call the guidance an ‘outlier.’ To discredit the guidance, they’ll have to do all that other stuff PLUS come back with opposing research evidencing the shots REDUCE mortality.

Which they can’t. They can’t produce that research. Because that research does not exist. And everybody knows it.

Next, unlike media, doctors and healthcare institutions cannot ignore the new guidance, because they MUST follow best practices to get their covid liability protection. And Florida just established a new best practice, or ’standard of care,’ as follows:

Based on currently available data, patients should be informed of the possible cardiac complications that can arise after receiving a mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.

See? The new best practice requires ALL patients to be informed of cardiac complications before they receive a covid shot, and kids and men under 40 told that the state recommends AGAINST the shots. Before jabbing patients, pharmacies, doctors, nurses, and every other healthcare professional in Florida will now have to inform people of the cardiac risk, or their liability shields may disappear in a puff of legal dust.

ALL patients — men and women, regardless of age — who are confronted by doctors insisting on jabs can now produce a single page, Florida’s new guidance, and shut the doctors up. It’s a mic drop moment for patients in Florida, but even patients in other states can wield the guidance — because there’s no opposing evidence, apart from vague hand-waving by federal officials.

Students in colleges can use this guidance. Military service members can use this guidance. Employees can use this guidance. All they have to say is, “I have some family history of cardiac problems, so I don’t think the risk is justified IN MY CASE.” Done!

Finally, lawyers now have something to work with, something to get their fingernails under, a place to start. My attorney brain is already bursting with ideas.

Get ready! Like everything, it will take time, but it’s going to be GREAT.

Links: Florida’s guidance. Florida’s analysis.

🔥 Yesterday, anti-vaccine activist Pam Popper announced that her lawyers successfully served Peter Daszak of EcoHealth Alliance with a new “mass torts” lawsuit. http://drpampopper.com/about-pam/

Link: https://rumble.com/v1mwcg6-the-big-announcement-we-have-been-waiting-to-make.html (The lawsuit news starts at 2:25.)

Popper said the lawsuit alleges that Daszak and EcoHealth are responsible for infecting people with an engineered virus, covid-19, and many people died. Imagine that. The lawsuit also sues 100 “John Does,” or as-yet-unidentified co-defendants who can be added later depending on what comes out of discovery.

It’s genius! This is the very first covid liability lawsuit that I am actually excited about. This one has a LOT of potential that previous lawsuits lacked, for several reasons.

First, Daszak and EcoHealth are not protected by the PREP Act or any other covid liability shield. They are alleged to have made a VIRUS, not a vaccine. Haha, there’s no liability protection for making viruses. So this lawsuit won’t have to navigate all legal landmines blocking lawsuits against agencies and pharma companies.

Second, even though I’ve not seen the actual complaint yet, I can easily imagine what it alleges. It will almost certainly survive the initial hurdle of dismissal, which means … discovery. Imagine, for a moment, how little a deep-state cockroach like Daszak will enjoy the excruciating scrutiny of producing under court order records, emails, and text messages that he never in a million years thought would ever see daylight.

Not to mention his deposition. How I long to attend that delightful interview.

Third, Daszak was almost certainly in close contact with top NIH scientists and bureaucrats, maybe intelligence agents, many of whom we do not yet know about. Assuming it plays out like I expect, we’re about to learn some new names, because the discovery will inevitably lead down the rabbit hole of all Daszak’s contacts and connections to government.

I would not be surprised if Daszak suddenly claims he is a paid government employee entitled to various protections, and claims that his communications and documents are classified government secrets. Wouldn’t that be something.

Let us not forget the Chinese. I think we might be on the verge of finally finding out EXACTLY why the NIH was using a Chinese lab to evade Obama-era bans on gain-of-function research. I’ll bet you a beagle puppy that none of the millions of relevant communications with U.S. health officials will include the statement, “Peter, be SURE you aren’t doing any gain of function research over there.”

I’d stake my life on it.

Fourth, and not even finally, the cover-ups will almost certainly be relevant in discovery. So the coordinated effort to bury the “lab leak” hypothesis will also be fair game in the lawsuit. Which means depositions of Fauci, Collins, and the rest of their devil’s gallery. The reason it’s relevant is simple; as I have told you many times, evidence of an attempt to conceal something provides a valid inference of consciousness of guilt.

Which makes the cover-up relevant evidence.

I could go on. But the takeaway for this morning is: this is the most important pandemic lawsuit filed to date, bar none. It probably couldn’t have been successfully filed any earlier than now. But now, the amount of evidence already available in the public record will put Popper’s lawyers on solid ground.

Popper’s team might need a multiplier. I’ll find out.

🔥 That’s not all! There’s more good news. In Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware, the state’s Supreme Court just found the state’s law allowing for mail-in-voting is UNCONSTITUTIONAL under the state constitution. It only allows for absentee ballots upon a valid request, where there is a good reason why someone is physically unable to vote in person.

Nick Miles @realNickMileswdel.comDelaware court strikes down new vote-by-mail lawDelaware’s new vote-by-mail system has been struck down by a Delaware’s Chancery Court decision Wednesday.9:56 PM ∙ Sep 16, 202226Likes6Retweets

In other words, mail-in-balloting is DEAD in Delaware. Another glass wall, shattered.

🔥 Yesterday, President Trump called for an end to computer-based voting, and said we need to go back to paper ballots and stop the “no excuse” mail-in balloting.

Just the News @JustTheNews

Breaking: Trump calls for return to paper ballots, end of no-excuses mail-in voting trib.alTrump calls for return to paper ballots, end of no-excuses mail-in voting“You would have elections that everybody could be proud of. Because right now this country is a laughingstock all over the world,” former president said in an interview with Just the News.10:32 PM ∙ Oct 5, 2022850Likes246Retweets

I completely agree with President Trump. The argument for electronic elections originally arose from the concern that cheating can happen during transportation of ballots, where poll workers carry the voted ballots from their precincts to the supervisor’s office for counting. But, the argument went, electronic scanning machines at polling locations can upload the results instantaneously, eliminating the potential for cheating during travel time.

It’s a nice argument. Except that it doesn’t work in real life. We have seen, over an over, that the transmission of voting results is anything but instantaneous. Sometimes it takes all night. Sometimes it even takes longer than counting paper ballots. Sometimes the electronic version provides more opportunities for cheating than it forecloses.

In my county, the supervisor just announced that since she doesn’t trust the modems to work right anymore, all the electronic votes will be hand-carried to headquarters on memory cards. Now, we now have the worst of both worlds. First, the problem of travel time is back, offering opportunities to cheat during travel by modifying the memory card data. Second, the electronic data is even easier to change than paper ballots! All you need is some software, a $10 memory card reader, and about thirty seconds.

Originally, the argument for electronic scanning machines and instantaneous election results was superficially logical. But we have seen that concept crash and burn worse than a thousand Hindenburgs. Our country is on the brink of civil war because of these gadgets. They HAVE to go.

We should use the scanning machines to build some new environmentally-friendly coral reefs for sea critters, and go back to watermarked, serial-numbered paper ballots. Period.

Who’s with me?

🔥 If the other news wasn’t good enough, after a lower court blocked a new school choice law in West Virginia, yesterday that state’s supreme court overruled the block, and found the new school choice law WAS constitutional.

Corey A. DeAngelis @DeAngelisCorey

BREAKING: West Virginia Supreme Court just overturned a circuit court judge’s decision to block the state’s new school choice program. The injunction is now lifted. Families won.8:09 PM ∙ Oct 6, 202213,057Likes3,677Retweets

Passed in 2021, West Virginia’s Hope Scholarship program is the second most expansive education savings account (ESA) program in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. It allows all West Virginia families to apply for a flexible savings account covering tuition, therapies, tutoring, and other educational expenses, if the families opt out of public school.


🔥 Here’s the clip that probably got Dr. McCullough banned from twitter.

Sarah Jane 💮 @SJWilliams123

This is why they took him down

10:37 AM ∙ Oct 7, 2022


In the clip, Dr. McCullough persuasively accused the U.S. government of having created SARS-CoV-2 and the spike protein. No wonder twitter deleted him. This stuff is very dangerous to the narrative.

But the information is getting out anyway, faster than they can pass laws to prevent it.

🔥 Yesterday, superstar Florida sheriff Grady Judd advised Floridians to shoot hurricane looters “until they look like Swiss cheese.”

Charles Weber – AKA “THE Jew from Boca” @CWBOCA

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd: People have a right to be safe in their homes… I highly recommend, if a looter enters your home, you grab your gun and you shoot him, you shoot him so he looks like grated cheese. 😬🔥🔥

12:51 PM ∙ Oct 7, 2022


Now THAT’S what a Second Amendment state looks like.

Curiously, news of looting in the wake of Hurricane Ian has been hard to find. For some reason.

🔥 Yesterday, after Matt Walsh and the Daily Wire ran an exposé of Vanderbilt’s maniacal gender modification surgery program, and Tennessee legislators started asking questions, the school “voluntarily paused” its “gender affirmation surgeries on patients under 18,” until the school can “complete a review,” which they said could take months.

Daily Wire @realDailyWire

“We are pausing gender affirmation surgeries on patients under 18 while we complete this review, which may take several months.” bit.lyVanderbilt Pediatric Gender Clinic Pausing Transgender Surgeries On Minors | The Daily WireThe Vanderbilt Pediatric Gender Clinic has agreed to pause all gender transition surgeries on minors, according to a letter from the clinic to a Tennessee lawmaker obtained by The Daily Wire. Vanderbilt also told the lawmakers that it would protect conscientious objectors who work at the facility an…12:00 PM ∙ Oct 8, 2022459Likes80Retweets

The Frankensteinian gender-bending surgeons at Vanderbilt are outraged, of course. It’s bigotry! And racism! And some kind of phobia! Or something.

Anyway, fantastic work by Matt and the Daily Wire crew. I assume they’re neatening up their houses for the predictable visit from friendly FBI agents.

People are always asking me, who is REALLY behind the trans movement? It can’t possibly be the unfortunate trans people, who are suffering from mental illness and are, in reality, an extremely small group who’ve never had any political support. So whoever it is, it’s obviously a well-funded and highly-motivated cabal with high-level and powerful political connections.

I suggest that you consider the transhumanists are the real culprits. The trans people are victims. Just think about it.

🔥 Even since he released the shocking documentary “What is a Woman?,” Matt Walsh has endured virtually ceaseless cancellation attacks. This week, his enemies found some old clip where Matt opined that teen pregnancies always happened in human history, because that’s when women are most fertile. He said, and this is what they’re after him about, that it was better for teens to be married and have a stable family when pregnancies happen.

So of course, the left predictably misconstrued his comments, delightedly labeled him a pedophile, and are noisily demanding an apology.

Matt issued an apology statement. His ‘apology’ is priceless:

Stuck in the Middle @StucknDaMid

This was the right response.

5:43 AM ∙ Oct 7, 2022


Not only did Matt refuse to apologize, but among other choice remarks he said:

You sick freaks should be the ones apologizing to me for lying and defaming me and doing it all because I’m trying to prevent you from sexually mutilating children.”

Hahahaha! That is how you do it.

Over the years, I’ve advised a number of high-profile clients about how to navigate cancellation attempts. The first rule is that you NEVER EVER apologize. The apology is just the left’s way of completing the summary judgment phase of the trial, so they can begin sentencing. In other words, any kind of apology is an implicit admission of guilt. No matter how carefully you word it, if you didn’t do anything wrong, you have nothing to apologize for.

I loved the way lefty James Carville handled a far-left cancellation attack over a decade ago. He held a press conference and said something like, “A bunch of folks have asked me to apologize. I spent a lot of time in self-reflection and have carefully considered how my words have affected others, and so I’M NOT SORRY AND I DON’T APOLOGIZE. Thank you.” And that was it.

Never apologize if you haven’t done anything wrong. Except to your wife, of course.

🔥 As the icing on today’s delicious news cake, let me end off with two words. TWO WORDS.

APOCTOZ @Apoctoz

6:19 PM ∙ Oct 7, 2022


Have a wonderful weekend friends! I’ll see you back here on Monday morning as things start getting real in final weeks before the elections.

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