By Jeff Childers
Good morning, C&C, it is Friday! Today’s roundup includes: Damar Hamlin wakes up; I discovered another fake doctor spreading covid misinformation, this time overseas; Brunson v. Biden heads for Supreme Court review; Kevin McCarthy is still not Speaker; the other Pennsylvania Senator gets a sudden and unexpected diagnosis; Tufts University experts drop bivalent jab mandate but go all-in on sugar; Epoch Times gets CDC jab data and finds tons of bad signals that should have been reported; and Ukraine makes a Christmas decision.
🗞 *THE C&C ARMY POST* 🗞
🪖 Today is the second anniversary of the Ray Epps federally-funded Capitol insurrection. Don’t cancel me, I’m not suggesting anybody celebrate or anything. I’m just saying.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
💉 Millions of prayers were answered yesterday when Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin finally woke up and, according to media reports, spoke coherently, reportedly asking his doctors who won the game. I’ll leave it there for today as we all enjoy the news of his mercifully blessed improvement, as well as sending kudos to the Bills’ on-field emergency medical team and Hamlin’s UC Health doctors.
🔥 The audience score seems a little at odds with the reviewers on Rotten Tomato’s “Tomatometer” ratings for Fauci’s 2021 hagiographic biopic:
Whoops. It’s been two years and you probably never even heard the movie was out. Now you don’t have to mess with it at all. You’re welcome!
🔥 It’s always easier once you know what to look for. I spotted another one yesterday, this time in England. Meet fake Dr. Bunson Honeydew. I am not making this up:
Honeydew, Honeyman, Honeypot, check. Pro vaxx, pro Ukraine, check. “Doctor,” check. Fake profile picture, check! I searched up where the fake doctor had stolen her bio picture — from the Czech minister of defense:
This is how the #Czech Minister of Defence congratulated #Putin to his birthday.
Jana Černochová @jana_cernochova
Děkuji přátelům ze sbírky Dárek pro Putina za dárek pro mě. 💋 Kdy jindy bych si měla obléknout jejich triko, než právě 7. října a sdělit svůj občanský postoj k jednomu z největších zločinců naší éry. Brzy zvítězíme. ✌🏻💙💛 https://t.co/nj1JeqMgMQ https://t.co/RMgnk8tmAb7:35 PM ∙ Oct 7, 20224,024Likes346Retweets
Dr. Honeydew’s beside manner is even more appalling than our other fake doctors. On December 16th, this unrelated widower Gareth tweeted about his dead wife, who died suddenly and unexpectedly after getting the jab:
Then the delightful Dr. Honeydew, not over the top at all, immediately posted this loathsome reply:
Wow. A real humanitarian. Now we can add an international branch to the Honeyman network. UK folks should take a look at Dr. Honeydew’s “followers” and see if they can find some more fake doctors.
Not knowing what else to do, I decided to file my second Twitter report ever since I joined the platform. I found it a much better experience than last time. It didn’t just “flag” the account, but actually let me explain the context, which I did abundantly. It also had a handy option for “fake or misleading account,” which seemed right on target. It feels a little like sweeping sand off the desert floor, but maybe if enough people learn how to spot these fake accounts…
🔥 Today the Supreme Court will consider the case of Brunson v. Biden, which I reported about back on December 2nd, along with a lengthy list of other cases vying for Supreme Court certiorari. The case is on today’s calendar for a private conference vote by the Justices. It takes four Justices voting “yes” to move a case to the argument calendar. Very, very few cases pass that bar.
We should find out on Monday.
Brunson’s petition argues that 385 members of congress, as well as Biden, Harris, and Mike Pence, all broke their oaths by failing to investigate fraud claims in 2020, and by certifying the presidential election over the objections of a handful of courageous lawmakers seeking an investigation. Brunson now asks the Supreme Court to remove from office all those officials plus all the agency heads Biden has appointed since infesting the White House.
It’s an extreme long shot, if not a Constitutionally impossible one, as I explained in my previous post. Honestly, I don’t see it happening. Feel free to root for the case if you want, but I’m worried about a lot of folks who seem to have pinned their hopes on some kind of miracle happening, which is what it would take.
Like this nice lady:
Even the Brunsons seem prepared for the Supremes to deny their petition. Yesterday they posted a mostly encouraging note:
I give the Brunsons enormous credit for figuring out how to get the case to the Supreme Court at all. I will be fascinated to find out what their other chess pieces are, and what is the “queen.”
You guys know I’m an unapologetic optimist, but this time, no. If I’m wrong, I’ll throw a party. And the whole Army will be invited. And we’ll have something a lot better than cookies and homemade ice cream.
🔥 Yesterday, Kevin McCarthy lost his eleventh consecutive vote for Speaker of the House in three days. You have to give him credit for persistence. Meanwhile, Republicans continued to haggle over treaty terms, and moderate Republicans started negotiating power sharing with Democrats, to try to get McCarthy his last four votes. And then Matt Gaetz dramatically nominated President Trump for Speaker:
I’m formally nominating President Donald J. Trump for Speaker of the House. Make the House of Representatives Great Again!
11:46 PM ∙ Jan 5, 202337,677Likes7,651Retweets
Haha! Wouldn’t that be something? I don’t see it happening, but it was an entertaining escalation.
💉 Yesterday, the Hill reported third-term democrat Senator Bob Casey (D-Pa.), 62, up for reelection in 2024, announced he was diagnosed with a sudden and unexpected prostate cancer, which he described came as “a shock.” Specifically, in his statement, Casey explained:
“Last month, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. While this news came as a shock, I can report that I have an excellent prognosis, as well as the benefit of exceptional medical care and the unwavering support of my family. In the coming months I will undergo surgery, after which I am expected to make a full recovery.”
The other Senator from Pennsylvania is stroke-addled John Fetterman. That’s two for two. What are the odds.
💉 Yesterday, Tufts University announced it is ending both its bivalent booster mandate as well as its flu vaccine mandate (in some locations). Tufts was one of the few colleges that mandated the bivalent booster.
Bizarrely, the school still requires the initial three shots for its students, faculty and staff. I can’t promise you that our best and brightest run the school. Biden recently asked Tufts for a “food pyramid” replacement, and this is the embarrassing nonsense the school’s clown scientists came up with:
According to Tufts’ crack squad of nutrition experts, Lucky Charms and chocolate-covered almonds are healthier than eggs, butter, cheese, and beef. Beef is just the WORST. You can’t make this stuff up.
💉 On Monday, the Epoch Times ran an investigative report headlined, “EXCLUSIVE: CDC Finds Hundreds of Safety Signals for Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines.”
The Epoch Times’ investigative reporter got the results through a Freedom of Information Act request, after the CDC refused to make its data public. According to the report, the CDC internally analyzed adverse events reported between December 14th, 2020, and July 29th, 2022.
It won’t surprise you to find out the CDC has always used three types of statistical tests to link an adverse event to a vaccine. The tests use different statistical techniques to compare incidences of adverse events from the subject vaccine to the same incidences in existing vaccines already considered safe, like the flu vaccine.
Pfizer and Moderna failed all three of the CDC’s historical tests in the data accompanying its undisclosed analysis. But who cares? Wheee! Jab harder!
The Epoch Times sent the CDC’s data to several public health data experts. They crunched the information and discovered over FIVE HUNDRED different types of adverse events showing statistical signals even larger than myocarditis and pericarditis, including, not surprisingly, Bell’s palsy, blood clotting disorders, and sudden death.
At minimum, these signals should trigger further investigation, if not outright recall of the drugs, as one of the article’s experts recognized:
“We know that the signal for myocarditis is associated with something that is caused by the mRNA vaccines, so it’s more than reasonable to say that anything with a signal larger than myocarditis/pericarditis should be taken seriously and investigated,” Josh Guetzkow, an Israeli professor who trained in statistics at Princeton University and has been studying VAERS data during the pandemic, told The Epoch Times via email.
The article reported the FDA also analyzed the same data, using one of the CDC’s tests — a technique called Empirical Bayesian data mining — but so far has refused to release the results of its analysis. Shocking. I wonder why? One suspects, if the FDA’s analysis made the jabs look good, it would be all over corporate media by now.
The Epoch Times has made the CDC’s data available for download in the article, and independent analysts have been crunching the numbers all week. Stand by for updates.
🚀 Yesterday, Ukraine rejected a Russian proposal for a temporary cease-fire around Orthodox Christmas celebrations. Merry Christmas, Ukrainians! Good thing your best and brightest are in charge.
Anton Gerashchenko @Gerashchenko_en
As Russian “ceasefire” begins, there is an air raid alert all over Ukraine.
11:17 AM ∙ Jan 6, 20231,266Likes356Retweets
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