By Jeff Childers
Good morning, C&C, it’s already Wednesday, if you can believe it. That’s the magic of a short week. Your roundup today: Biden still walking back his Hate Speech; court orders White House and Fauci to turn over records and answer interrogatories under oath; Californians mull over the best way to fire their entire state government; the EU aims to flatten the next curve; another live on-air jab injury; Biden’s covid czar finds religion; a long-awaited study of the easiest possible way to check for jab injury; and some fun videos to brighten your day.
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🔥 Ever since his Great Big Hate Speech, Biden has playing around with different formulations of “extreme MAGA Republicans,” trying to find one that doesn’t make him sound like the love child of Grandpa Simpson and Mussolini. Each iteration is weaker than the previous one, with the rhetorical strength wheezing out and the whole thing going flat, like air gushing out of an overinflated colostomy bag. The Former Senator published his latest clarification yesterday:
President Biden @POTUSI want to be clear: Not every Congressional Republican is a MAGA Republican. I know because I’ve been able to work with these mainstream Republicans. But an extreme set of MAGA Republicans in Congress have chosen to take us backwards. Together, we can choose a different path.September 6th 202219,078 Retweets121,253 Likes
Having already chucked “semi-fascist,” this time Joe dropped his “threat to democracy” language in favor of the milder version, “taking us backwards.” Going backwards is a lot less alarming than facing a “threat to democracy.” In many ways, backwards would be a relief for a lot of people.
Anyway, hopefully all this backtracking reassures people that Joe isn’t about to issue brown shirts to all those 87,000 new IRS agents and send them marching after us.
At least, not yet.
It was easy to see this coming. MAGA Republicans are only Joe’s current “threat of the year.” Last year, what worried Joe the most was the threat of “the unvaccinated.” And you saw how THAT one turned out.
I’ve been thinking we should organize a club or something, for everyone who’s been labeled a threat by the leader of the greatest superpower on planet Earth. As for me, I’m a veteran, a DOUBLE threat. I should at least get some badges or something. What do you think?
🔥 Yesterday, U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty compelled the White House and Doctor Fauci to respond to interrogatories and document requests in a First Amendment case filed in May by the Attorneys General of Missouri and Louisiana.
The case claims that the White House, Doctor Fauci, and other agencies in the federal government conspired to censor social media about covid-19, the Hunter Biden laptop, and election integrity. Can you believe that?
The Court, which by its order clearly understands the issues and what’s at stake, approved expedited discovery and swatted aside the government’s fantastical claim of executive privilege, since the AGs are only asking for communications between government officials like Fauci and the social media companies. There’s no such thing an executive privilege between a member of the executive branch and an outside party; to the extent it exists, the privilege only protects internal communications.
A lawsuit like this could not have been possible a year ago. But now, the judges have learned enough sketchy background information to be skeptical of government claims. So they’re starting to make the government follow the rules.
I saw the same thing happen during the late, great real estate collapse. Before 2008, when tall-building lawyers representing banks strutted into county courthouses, the local judges always deferred to them and accepted whatever the lawyers said as True with a capital-T. But after a couple years of finding out about wide-scale falsification of bank documents and affidavits, often involving the tall-building lawyers, the tide shifted, and it started becoming possible to beat the big banks in local court, since the judges started holding them to the same standards as everybody else.
It’s not that the courts became biased against the banks, they just leveled the playing field. And on a level playing field, it was easy to beat them. I think we’re entering that phase with government, where its tall-building lawyers aren’t getting any special advantages.
Absent a legitimate emergency (or an illegitimate emergency dressed up like one), and in the swale of news about official misfeasance or malfeasance, government defendants might not continue to enjoy the deference they are used to getting from courts.
If I’m right, and there’s a correction in court demeanor toward government officials, then it’s a whole new ball game, baby.
🔥 Californians are wondering if it’s possible to fire the entire state government this week, after last week’s advisory not to charge their electric cars for a while, after repeated “Amber alert” style warnings on their phones titled “Emergency alert: severe,” advising them to conserve energy for SAFETY — in other words, the psyops continue — and most appallingly, after learning that the power companies in Texas and Colorado have been stealthily adjusting people’s “free” smart-thermostats behind their backs — and then LOCKING THEM DOWN.
You read that right. Many consumers have Google’s NEST thermostats, which were given to them “for free” by their power companies to get a teeny-tiny discount or rebate or something. In Texas, people didn’t even get a rebate, they just got “entered in a sweepstakes to win a $5,000 credit” toward their power bill. Suckers! There’s one born every minute. Look how many voted for Biden, for instance.
The problem seems to be that the fine print in the terms and conditions of service allow the power companies take over your thermostat and decide FOR YOU what the temperature in your house should be. They can — and HAVE — lock the thermostat so you can’t move it back. After their thermostats wondrously adjusted THEMSELVES up to 78 degrees — which is even hot down here in Florida — here’s what 22,000 Coloradans saw on their cool little internet-connected NEST screens:
Emergency! It’s a magic word, like “abracadabra” or “crucio” from Harry Potter. If you wave your hands and say “emergency!”, you can do anything. Even fly. But mostly you can force your fellow citizens to be extremely uncomfortable till they do whatever you want. Worst of all, these programs have quietly crept into the fine print in a whole bunch of states, including California.
Right now, it says you can “opt-out.” Good luck. But you know what comes NEST, I mean next.
If you don’t have a NEST, for heaven’s sakes do not get one. Don’t fall for it! If you were even THINKING about getting a NEST, go wash your eyeballs with rubbing alcohol, and stop it, right now. If you DO have a NEST, you should upgrade it immediately to a 1950’s-style dialed-up version. Just be sure to not to talk about removing NEST beforehand, at least not in hearing distance of the thing, and when you do carve it out, use thick rubber gloves and eye shields to defeat the electric self-defense systems.
Now I think about it, you might just want to eschew ALL “internet connected” devices until we get a better government. Why do light bulbs need to be connected to the internet anyways?
Seriously, though, NEST must fail as a brand because of this. Sorry, Google. We need to boycott these “smart devices” now, before they become mandates. NEST should have provided a button to opt-out right from the cute little screen, not refer you to an unresponsive email address. But it’s obviously designed for mandates.
Anyway, Californians are seriously un-gruntled about all the new “emergency” power regulations. They’re fretfully musing about how the state government has shut down the nuclear plants, gambled billions on pitiful solar and wind systems, mandated electron-guzzling electric cars, and wound down several perfectly functional natural gas plants, but now they can’t even make enough power to run a window a/c unit.
Gavin Newsom @GavinNewsomCALIFORNIA: We’re now in a Flex Alert. What does that mean? We all need to conserve as much energy as possible during this record breaking heatwave. Here’s what to do until 9pm tonight: – Set thermostats to 78 – Turn off unnecessary lights – Avoid using large appliancesSeptember 7th 20222,279 Retweets10,104 Likes
Believe me, Californians are painfully aware that ALL gas cars will be banned in their state just seven years from now. They’re starting to realize that they haven’t seen ANY official analysis of exactly how much power the Golden State will need to run all those electric cars during the middle of the summer. Why wouldn’t the elite officials and their experts calculate that particularly helpful figure? Seems like political malpractice. How many new wind turbines will the state need? Will there be ANY birds left? Worst come to worst, doesn’t it take years and years it take to build a new nuclear plant?
And if they can shut down your thermostat … can they shut down your electric car? Just asking.
🔥 Hahahahahaha! The European Union is proposing a “mandatory target for reducing electricity use at peak hours” .. to “flatten the curve:”
Disclose.tv @disclosetvNOW – EU will propose a “mandatory target for reducing electricity use at peak hours” in order to “flatten the curve.” September 7th 20222,837 Retweets6,940 Likes
The experts are overjoyed. New mandates! Novel curves! Remember how well flattening the curve worked last time? Get ready, Europeans. Here come the mandates, so just try to relax into it.
💉 On Saturday, fully-vaccinated Oklahoma news anchor Julie Chin suffered a mild stroke on TV during the middle of a live, on-air report:
Mike Sington @MikeSingtonTulsa news anchor Julie Chin has the beginnings of a stroke live on the air. She knew something was wrong, so tossed it to the meteorologist, as her concerned colleagues called 911. She’s fine now, but wanted to share her experience to educate viewers on stroke warning signs. September 5th 20221,395 Retweets6,465 Likes
Chin later posted on Facebook, “The past few days are still a little bit of a mystery, but my doctors believe I had the beginnings of a stroke live on the air Saturday morning. Some of you witnessed it firsthand, and I’m so sorry that happened.”
“The episode seemed to have come out of nowhere. I felt great before our show,” she continued, going on to describe a handful of alarming and difficult symptoms that suddenly and unexpectedly began as soon as the newscast started.
“First, I lost partial vision in one eye,” Chin explained. “A little bit later my hand and arm went numb. Then, I knew I was in big trouble when my mouth would not speak the words that were right in front of me on the teleprompter. If you were watching Saturday morning, you know how desperately I tried to steer the show forward, but the words just wouldn’t come.”
As of Monday, Julie was in the hospital and reportedly recovering well. “At this point, doctors think I had the beginnings of a stroke, but not a full stroke,” Chin said on Facebook. “There are still lots of questions, and lots to follow up on, but the bottom line is I should be just fine.”
We hope her medical problems are completely resolved and do not recur.
💉 During a recent covid-19 team press briefing, Biden’s covid advisor Ashish Jha said he “truly believe[s] this is why God gave us two arms — one for the flu shot and the other one for the COVID shot.”
I am not making that up.
Disclose.tv @disclosetvNOW – Biden COVID advisor Ashish Jha believes “God gave us two arms — one for the flu shot and the other one for the COVID shot.” September 6th 20221,829 Retweets5,028 Likes
I heard through the grapevine that Jha is having a special rosary made, with beads shaped like little spike proteins. Every ten beads, you have to take a booster shot.
💉 Finally! I’ve been waiting FOREVER for someone to do a comparative blood study of jabbed versus unjabbed blood, and yesterday, the Epoch Times — which has been tearing the vaccines a new one lately — ran a story headlined, “Study Found ‘Foreign Metal-Like Objects’ in 94 Percent of Sample Group of Symptomatic People Who Took mRNA Vaccines: Italian Doctors.”
The sub-head explains, “Among a study sample of over 1,000 people who developed symptoms, researchers found ‘graphene-family super-structures’.”
The study published in the International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research last month, and is titled “Dark-Field Microscopic Analysis on the Blood of 1,006 Symptomatic Persons After Anti-COVID mRNA Injections from Pfizer/BioNtech or Moderna.”
Out of 1,006 patients analyzed, researchers found only 58 had a normal blood profile. In other words, 95% of the thousand patients had abnormal blood following the injections. The researchers had access to pre-injection blood samples so were able to accurately compare the patients’ blood before/after.
This is a mild example of what they found in one of the 950 of cases:
Before Injection After Injection
The study explained the visible differences:
The right side image shows the same person’s blood one month after the first dose of Pfizer mRNA ‘vaccine’. Particles can be seen among the red blood cells which are strongly conglobated around the exogenous particles; the agglomeration is believed to reflect a reduction in zeta potential adversely affecting the normal colloidal distribution of erythrocytes as seen at the left. The red blood cells at the right are no longer spherical and are clumping as in coagulation and clotting.
In other words, in the “after” image, the patient’s blood cells look “sticky,” which is exactly what you don’t want. Blood cells should be smooth and easily slide off each other. Sticky blood leads to clumping which leads to clotting. Blood cells should also be nicely disc-shaped, but the “after” photo shows the blood cells assuming a variety of distorted shapes. Discs are designed to easily slide through veins and capillaries. When the cells are oddly and unevenly shaped, they can hook onto each other, blocking veins and capillaries.
There’s also a weird structure visible in the “after” picture. The researchers noted such abnormal structures were common in the samples. They found these aberrant structures in three main types: smooth “butterfly-like” structures, complex crystalline structures, and tubular structures. They also noted the presence of what appear to be graphene particles interacting with blood cells:
None of the structures or particulates were present in the patients’ “before” blood samples.
Here’s the study’s conclusion, which speaks for itself:
In conclusion, such abrupt changes as we have documented in the peripheral blood profile of 948 patients have never been observed after inoculation by any vaccines in the past according to our clinical experience. The sudden transition, usually at the time of a second mRNA injection, from a state of perfect normalcy to a pathological one, with accompanying hemolysis, visible packing and stacking of red blood cells in conjunction with the formation of gigantic conglomerate foreign structures, some of them appearing as graphene-family super-structures, is unprecedented. Such phenomena have never been seen before after any “vaccination” of the past.
In our collective experience, and in our shared professional opinion, the large quantity of particles in the blood of mRNA injection recipients is incompatible with normal blood flow especially at the level of the capillaries. As far as we know, such self-aggregation phenomena have only been documented after the COVID-19 mRNA injections were first authorized, then mandated in some countries, and now are still being widely distributed in more than 12.3 billion doses (Bloomberg.com, 2022).
Further studies are needed to determine the precise nature and purposes of the foreign particles found in the blood drops of about 94% of the mRNA recipients we have studied. Where do they come from, and why are they in these injections?
I’d be remiss if I didn’t highlight the fact that the 1,006 study participants were all experiencing symptoms of vaccine injury, so these results aren’t evidence of what anyone is facing who took the injections and feels fine. But it’s very significant anyway, providing evidence of CAUSATION between the jabs and the variety of strange illnesses people are suddenly and unexpectedly experiencing after taking the shots.
In other words, Sudden Adult Death Syndrome might be a little less baffling now. This kind of study is easy to reproduce. If the researchers are wrong, they could be disproven in a few days. If only we had a giant, well-funded health bureaucracy that could follow up on something like this, dangit.
💉 I can’t believe I missed this. I finally got around to watching Dr. Peter McCullough’s interview with Alex Jones, and he pointed out something that is notably missing from Fauci’s self-congratulatory resignation letter. Although I’d noticed some other things that were notably absent, this is a HUGE one.
The old puppy-torturer’s special letter doesn’t mention covid at all.
It’s highly telling. Covid should have been the capstone to a long and distinguished career. But he left it out. Especially when combined with Fauci’s abrupt about-face on his recent commitment to see out the Biden administration, it really makes you think. What does he know?
Still: Bye, Felicia!
🔥 First, to make you chuckle, the DeSantis campaign is CRUSHING IT with their ads:
DeSantis War Room @DeSantisWarRoom🌶️ @CharlieCrist and Democrats say “Hola, my Latinx brethren”🌮 September 6th 2022276 Retweets1,091 Likes
And finally, to sweeten your day a little, here’s the best campaign ad ever from Team DeSantis, except maybe “Sweet, Sweet Florida”:
Benny Johnson @bennyjohnsonRon DeSantis just dropped the best ad of 2022. This is pure 🔥 Watch and you will get chills… September 6th 20227,180 Retweets29,827 Likes
Have a wonderful Wednesday! I’ll see ya’ll back here tomorrow for more spicy Greek food, I mean more spicy C&C news and commentary.
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