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Airport Deploys “Virus-Killing Robots” During Holidays As Mall Santas Turn To Plexiglass Barriers And “Sanitation Elves”

By Tyler Durden Holidays during the pandemic were always going to be interesting, as fears over a second wave have been met with a flood of lockdowns and restrictions on gatherings. Yet, many Americans aren’t buying it, or don’t care about a virus that kills less than 1% of those it infects – as over…

How to Treat Patients Suffering from “Microwave Sickness” and Electrosensitivity (Free Webinar)

By B.N. Frank Last year, the World Health Organization warned that exposure to high levels of Electromagnetic Fields (aka “Electrosmog”) could cause health issues in a significant percentage of the population. Electrosmog sources include anything emitting wireless radiation – activity trackers, Apple Airpods, cell phones, cell towers, utility “Smart” Meters, WiFi routers, and much more….

Cover-up Suspected Regarding Tesla Models with Suspension Issues

By B.N. Frank There have been numerous reports about Teslas crashing and/or catching fire. Tesla owners have also reported other scary driving situations as well (see 1, 2). Recently, Consumer Reports decided to NOT recommend 2 of the company’s models. Now there’s more bad news for the company and its car owners. From Zero Hedge:…

Russia Warns US It Will “Respond” To Future Border Violations In Sea Of Japan

Russia’s foreign ministry said Friday that it’s lodged a formal protest with the United States over this week’s incident in the Sea of Japan, calling it a “provocation designed to disturb the peace”.  Russia further said Friday it’s military won’t hesitate to “respond” the next time the US Navy brazenly violates its maritime borders. During…

Signed as Law: Virginia Prohibits No-Knock Warrants

By Michael Maharrey Late last month, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam signed a bill into law that bans “no-knock” warrants and nullifies the impact of several Supreme Court opinions in practice and effect. Del. Dan Helmer (D-Fairfax) introduced House Bill 5099 (HB5099) on Aug. 20. The new law prohibits any Virginia law-enforcement officer from seeking, executing,…

Suicides In Japan Jumped 39% In October…

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity… and on occasion, inspiring poetic justice. *  *  * And the Emmy Goes to the Governor of New York…

“Dark Winter” – Millions Of Americans Are Expected To Lose Their Homes

By Tyler Durden A dark covid winter is descending on the working-poor of America as millions of adults face eviction or foreclosure in the next few months. Bloomberg, citing a survey that was conducted on Nov. 9 by the U.S. Census Bureau, shows 5.8 million adults face eviction or foreclosure come Jan. 1. That accounts for…

Infographic: The 4-Year-Long Campaign Against Trump

Via The Epoch Times, The post-election push to pressure President Donald Trump to concede, despite numerous credible allegations of voter fraud and ongoing legal challenges, is not an isolated incident. It is the culmination of a four-year-long campaign against him, which started during his first run for president in 2016 when the FBI launched a politically motivated investigation of…

New Study Exposes Alleged Accounting Error Regarding COVID Deaths

Authored by Ethan Yang via The American Institute for Economic Research, At the time of this writing, the United States currently maintains the highest number of Covid-19 deaths and ranks 11th for the highest deaths per capita. There have been approximately 262,000 recorded Covid-19 deaths in the United States, which is certainly a concerning number.  However, a…

Was Wednesday A Super Spreader Event, One Bank Asks

From DB’s Jim Reid Wednesday was the busiest day at US airports since the pandemic began. The Transportation Security Administration screened  more than 1.07 million people at US airports on Thanksgiving eve. For context this number was still down 41% on the same Wednesday last year. We are very positive about the chance of a…

Unprecedented Lines At Food Banks Cause Waits Of Up To Five Hours

By John Vibes In the week leading up to Thanksgiving, food banks across the United States have seen unprecedented lines with struggling families hoping to get some help for the holidays. A report from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank estimated that roughly as many as 1 in 4 households in the state was facing…

Controversy Intensifies Over Danish ‘Zombie Minks’ As Company Behind Botched Covid-Culling Identified

A Danish company behind a botched culling of 17 million minks which appeared to ‘rise from the dead’ has been identified. Copenhagen-based International Service System (ISS) was tasked with the mass burial of the culled minks, which were infected with a mutated form of COVID-19. Controversy erupted however after the minks appeared to rise from…

The Pentagon Has Closed Ten Bases In Afghanistan Amid Hastened Draw Down

By Tyler Durden Amid ongoing US negotiations with the Taliban which are aimed at reaching terms that would allow for a complete American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, which is Washington’s longest running war in history, at least ten US military bases have been closed since last February, The Washington Post reports. This also comes after President Trump controversially ordered the…

The Frightening Ease Of Government Overreach

Authored by H.P.Smith via AmericanThinker.com, On the eve of Thanksgiving, I am reading the news as I have my coffee, as is my regular morning routine, and much of what I read is about the recently reimposed restrictions on multiple aspects of our lives due to COVID-19.  The mayor of Los Angeles is calling for people…

A Trojan Horse? PathCheck’s Contact Tracing App Coming to Minnesota and the World

By Raul Diego Almost as soon as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic in March, contact tracing apps seem to have sprouted everywhere. Last May, MintPress News reported on a Bluetooth-enabled sports fans tracking app, which was later repurposed to push COVID-19 contact tracing methods. The app, called Care19, was one of the…

Lockdowns Destroy What Makes Us Human

Authored by Zachary Yost via The Mises Institute, While GMU economist Tyler Cowen may have dismissed the idea of more pandemic lockdowns as being “a straw man” and saying that the extreme measures that started in March of this year “are now behind us,” it seems that governors and other politicians around the country have failed to…

Head Of Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Project Assassinated?

By Tyler Durden Amid speculation that Israel is on war footing over a possible strike in Iran in the coming weeks, moments ago Iranian state media reported that the country’s top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated in Damavand, east of Tehran. He was reportedly accompanied by his bodyguard when they were attacked by a…

Stocks Give Thanks For Fed Liquidity As Dollar, Gold, & Bitcoin Dumped

Greed, Greed-er, and Greed-est… Source: CNN This level of extreme greed didn’t end well last time. Interestingly, as the week progressed, Nasdaq caught up with Small Caps early-week outperformance, stalling the ‘rotation’ trend. The Dow was the week’s laggard but still managed solid gains… As a reminder, the recent vaccine headlines have put global and…

Watch as US-Born Moms Kidnapped, Interrogated by Officers for Speaking Spanish — Lawsuit

By Matt Agorist Havre, MT — Ana Suda and Martha “Mimi” Hernandez are both US-born citizens who grew up in Texas and California respectively. But their lifelong citizenship and complete lack of criminal record would have no bearing on a US Border Patrol agent hell bent on taking ‘dangerous’ Spanish speaking women off the streets…

House Down Payments Soar To 20 Year High As Banks Crack Down On New Loans

American homebuyers have to pony up even greater amounts of money for a down payment due to tightening credit standards and skyrocketing home prices.  According to Bloomberg, citing a new report from Attom Data Solutions, the median down payment for a single-family home is $20,775 for the third quarter, the most in at least two decades…