9 Dec 2020

Precursor To The Mark? A ‘Vaccination Mark’ Under The Skin Now Being Developed
Researchers have found a way to leave a “mark” under the skin that will enable medical authorities to know whether someone has been vaccinated or not. This “mark” is created using a specialized dye that is not visible to the naked eye, and the dye is delivered under the skin as part of the vaccination process. If that sounds quite creepy to you, that is because it is very creepy. Scientists at MIT wanted to create an easy method for keeping track of vaccinations in parts of the world where electronic databases are not commonly used, and what they came up with is extremely alarming…

Could Pence reject contested electors under 12th Amendment? Law professors say yes
The check on error or fraud in the count is that the Vice President’s activities are to be done publicly, “in the presence” of Congress, wrote Yoo and Delahunty, and if “counting” the electors’ votes is the Vice President’s responsibility, then “the inextricably intertwined responsibility for judging the validity of those votes must also be his. If that reading is correct, then the Electoral Count Act is unconstitutional. Congress cannot use legislation to dictate how any individual branch of government is to perform its unique duties:
Pence could choose to “count” the slate of electors from the Republican legislature in Harrisburg and not the slate of electors from Democratic Governor Tom Wolf.

Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Psychological Warfare Disguised as a Pandemic Threat
while Body Snatchers—the chilling 1956 film directed by Don Siegel—blames its woes on seed pods from outerspace, the seismic societal shift taking place in America owes less to biological warfare reliant on the COVID-19 virus than it does to psychological warfare disguised as a pandemic threat. This is how you persuade a populace to voluntarily march in lockstep with a police state and police themselves (and each other): by ratcheting up the fear-factor, meted out one carefully calibrated crisis at a time, and teaching them to distrust any who diverge from the norm.

Obama Admits He Was Briefed on UFO Sightings
Stephen Colbert asked our 44th president Barack Obama if he ever bothered to ask during a recent interview (via Boing Boing). While occupying the Oval Office, did Obama actually dig into all this? It turns out, he sure did. “I certainly asked about it,” Obama says. Colbert presses for more of a definitive answer, at which point 44 says, “I can’t tell you that.” As the talk show host surmises, if there was no truth to any of this stuff, one would simply say, “there’s nothing to it?” Right?

Judicial Watch: Records Show Obama DHS Scanned Georgia Election Site in 2016
The records were produced in response to Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, which asked for all records related to reported cyberattacks against the Georgia secretary of state’s information network involving DHS,… The minutes note that Kemp accused DHS of conducting illicit scans on at least February 2, February 28 and May 23, 2016, as well.

Police shot in line of duty hits record high, stats show
The number of law enforcement officers shot in the line of duty reached an all-time high this year, according to new statistics shared by the National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). At least 283 police officers have sustained injuries from gunfire while in the line of duty so far this year, the order stated in an Instagram post last week. Of those officers who were shot, 44 died as a result of their gunshot wounds. The number of law enforcement officers shot in the line of duty reached an all-time high this year, according to new statistics shared by the National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP). At least 283 police officers have sustained injuries from gunfire while in the line of duty so far this year, the order stated in an Instagram post last week. Of those officers who were shot, 44 died as a result of their gunshot wounds.

Russian hacker group ‘Fancy Bear’ accused of cyberattack on Norwegian Parliament
An investigation by Norway’s Police Security Service (PST) has concluded that a cyberattack and data breach of the country’s parliament was likely carried out by Fancy Bear, a hacker group that has ties to Russian military intelligence.

Trump administration engaged in solving MidEast crises before end of term
The Trump Administration has been engaged in a final effort to solve the Gulf crisis before it leaves office on January 20. Last month, Jared Kushner, senior adviser to the US president, visited Saudi Arabia and Qatar and met with both countries’ leaders as part of this push. The recent US-mediated talks aimed at resolving the Qatar diplomatic crisis that began more than three years ago may herald wholesale changes in the regional balance of power that will necessarily affect ties among Qatar, Turkey and Iran, analysts say.

Pope Francis to make risky trip to Iraq in early March
Spokesman Matteo Bruni said Francis, who turns 84 next week, will visit the capital Baghdad, as well as Ur, a city linked to the Old Testament figure of Abraham, and Erbil, Mosul and Qaraqosh in the plain of Nineveh. The trip, at the invitation of the Iraqi government and the local Catholic Church, is planned for March 5-8, Bruni said.

Texas Asks Supreme Court to Rule Election in 4 Battleground States Unconstitutional
The state of Texas on Dec. 8 filed an election lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, alleging that the states unconstitutionally changed election laws, treated voters unequally, and triggered significant voting irregularities by relaxing ballot-integrity measures.

6.4-magnitude earthquake rattles Philippines
An offshore earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 shook Sorsogon province in the main Philippine island of Luzon on Monday, the Philippine Institute of Seismology and Volcanology (Phivolcs) said.

Chain of Alaskan islands might really be one monster volcano
A giant caldera may be lurking underwater in the Aleutians. How does a giant volcano hide in plain sight? It disguises itself as a group of smaller volcanic islands. At least, that may be the case for some of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. A tight cluster of six volcanic islands located near the center of the chain — the stratovolcanoes Carlisle, Cleveland, Herbert, Kagamil, Tana and Uliag — are actually interconnected vents for a much bigger volcano lurking underwater,

Russian envoy: Israel-Arab issues – not Iran – main problem in Middle East
Israel destabilizes the Middle East more than Iran, Russian Ambassador Anatoly Viktorov told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday. “The problem in the region is not Iranian activities,” Viktorov said at the Russian Embassy in Tel Aviv. “It’s a lack of understanding between countries and noncompliance with UN resolutions in the Israel-Arab and Israel-Palestinian conflict.”

India army chief embarks on ‘historic’ trip to UAE, Saudi Arabia
India’s army chief Manoj Mukund Naravane has embarked on an “historic” six-day visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia, the first such visit to the two Gulf countries by the head of the military. The visit…is aimed at “strengthening the country’s strategic and defence cooperation” with the two nations, a statement from the Indian army said on Tuesday, adding that it is an “historic” trip.

Russia to establish navy base in Sudan for at least 25 years
Russia has signed an agreement with Sudan to establish a navy base in the African nation for at least a quarter century, part of Moscow’s efforts to expand its global reach. The deal published Tuesday on the official portal of government documents allows Russia to simultaneously keep up to four navy ships, including nuclear-powered ones, in Port Sudan on the Red Sea.

Extremely rare tornado hits Trieste as historic supercell barells through the North Adriatic Sea
A historic supercell storm produced a rare tornado that struck the Italian city of Trieste on Monday, December 7. “Call it rare, historic, or whatever possible, [but] the event is extremely rare,” SWE wrote. “Let us repeat, it is December 7th, a winter month, and the Adriatic Sea and the city of Trieste are located in central Europe. And the area experienced an intense supercell and a tornado.”

Louisiana Joins Texas In Motion Against GA, MI, PA, & WI After SCOTUS Denies Emergency Injunctive Relief In PA Case
“The Supreme Court only denied emergency injunctive relief…the underlying appeal by the Kelly and the other lawmakers was still pending…”

North Koreans ‘brutally executed’ for breaking COVID-19 restrictions: high-ranking defector
North Korean citizens are being told that the United States is plotting to spread the COVID-19 virus to “harm the highest dignity,” dictator Kim Jong Un. As a result, those who fail to keep the Hermit kingdom’s quarantine orders are “brutally executed,” North Korea’s highest-ranking defector has revealed.

‘Nobody Knows’: Experts Baffled by Mystery Illness in India
Health officials and experts are still baffled by a mysterious illness that has left over 500 people hospitalized and one person dead in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

“It’s Panic Porn Clickbait” – Media Scare-Stories About Hospitals Are Misleading
..That’s a scary headline. It’s also a false one. We have data on this (and so would they if they bothered to get any) Idaho: (as of 12/4) 57% of inpatient beds used, 14.6% covid. 74% overall ICU

In 2019, A Fashion Model On ‘Project Runway’ Named Kovid Kapoor Designed A Mask 33 Weeks And 3 Days Before First COVID-19 Case Appeared
Last week we showed you in detail why the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine should rightly be called the Messenger 33 vaccine because of its connection to Freemasonry and predictive programming. Some of you got it right away, others mocked and scoffed, while outraged Freemasons emailed us to howl about being exposed. Today we learn another stunning predictive programming connection to the number 33 and the mRNA COVID vaccine.

Cornell offers ‘person of color’ exemption for flu vaccine requirement
Students at Cornell University can use their status as a “person of color” to be exempt from the university’s flu vaccine requirement.

Top Georgia Officials Are Directly Connected to CHICOM Interference In the 2020 Election
..Georgia’s Republican criminal and treasonous Governor Brian Kemp and the equally compromised, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, both certified a compromised election of which they had an active part in the fraud. Kemp and Raffensperger’s families allegedly took money directly from Communist China, perhaps to intentionally steal the election on behalf of Joe Biden.

China whistleblower with royal ancestry steps forward – reveals video, photos of alleged Chinese counterfeit ballot printing operations of US ballots for MS, FL and NC
As reported last weekend at The Gateway Pundit — video was released on Friday in Mandarin Chinese of a phone call request for fake ballots customized by Chinese  factory.The manufacturer is reportedly in Kwangtung, China.

Confirmed: Elon Musk Announces He’s Moved from Silicon Valley to Texas, Calls California “Entitled”
Tesla CEO and billionaire Elon Musk announced that he’s moved from California’s Silicon Valley to Texas on Tuesday. Musk made the announcement at a Wall Street Journal virtual event, and he didn’t have the kindest words for his former state.

State Department adds Nigeria to list of worst religious freedom violators
The U.S. State Department has added Nigeria to its list of “countries of particular concern” under the International Religious Freedom Act, making it the first secular democracy to appear on the list. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the State Department’s updates to the annual list of state actors that have “engaged in or tolerated systematic, ongoing and egregious violations of religious freedom.”

14 Fort Hood soldiers fired, suspended over violence at base
The Army on Tuesday said it has fired or suspended 14 officers and enlisted soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, and ordered policy changes to address chronic failures of leadership that contributed to a widespread pattern of violence, including murder, sexual assault and harassment.