2 Apr 2021

George Floyd’s friend, alleged drug dealer pleads the fifth
A man who allegedly sold drugs to George Floyd plans to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, according to a document filed Wednesday night in the Derek Chauvin trial. Morries Lester Hall, whose name was spelled as “Maurice” in some early reports, was with Floyd on the day of his death and allegedly sold him drugs in the past.

Minnesota COVID models used to justify lockdowns were about 90% wrong
The mathematical models used to justify Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz’s sweeping shutdowns were shockingly wrong, according to state-reported data.  Matt Malkus, an online COVID-commentator, published a graph recently that overlays the state’s predictions with reality, seen above. Malkus says his chart reflects data drawn directly from the UMN’s modeling efforts, government reports and the Atlantic’s COVID Tracking Project. Meanwhile, the scientific community has conceded that COVID modeling was a failed endeavor. “Forecasting for COVID-19 has failed,” reported scientists back in August 2020 writing for a peer reviewed journal archived by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. …the world renowned New England Journal of Medicine in June 2020 also concludes that COVID modeling is woefully inaccurate.

Uranus is belching X-rays and is weirder than we ever thought
The more scientists study it, the weirder Uranus gets. The newest mystery to add to the planet’s repertoire? Astronomers have detected X-rays from the strange world — and while some of the signal may be reflected emissions from the sun, some appear to be coming from the planet itself, according to a NASA statement.

US responded to ‘more Russian warplanes near Alaska in 2020 than any year since end of Cold War,’ NORAD commander says
VanHerck described Russia’s flight patterns during a Defense Writers Group discussion on Wednesday reported by USNI News. He said Russian warplanes are loitering near Alaskan airspace “for hours” whenever they perform flyovers in the Arctic region, and he credited Russia’s activity near Alaska to a growing great power competition between the U.S. and Russia.

Missouri considering bill that would create armed ‘Minutemen’ volunteer force
Lawmakers in Missouri are considering legislation that would make it legal to create a Missouri Minutemen, a group of legal gun owners who could be called to action by the governor. On Tuesday, state senators discussed S.B. 258, which would establish “that there shall be the minutemen of the state which shall be called into service by the governor for use in defense during a state of emergency with consent of two-thirds of the General Assembly.”

US Army gets long-range missiles to guard against China
Far-reaching “precision fires ” are the Army’s No. 1 modernization priority under its biggest change in 40 years and as it seeks new capability by fiscal 2023, including its first hypersonic weapon and a missile that can hit targets up to 930 miles away.

April Temperature Anomalies Spike In Central US As Farmers Prepare For Early Spring Planting
Weather models are forecasting warmer than average temperatures for much of the Central US. This is excellent news for farmers who may have an early start to the planting season as soft commodity prices have seen a parabolic rise due to demand increases from China. Hinz’s temperature anomaly shows the most above-average region in April spans from parts of the Rockies into the Northern and Central Plains and northern Great Lakes.

Rand Paul “Pages” Fauci With CDC Confirmation That Vaccinated And Recovered Cannot Pass On COVID
Paul directed his comments at White House chief medical advisor Anthony Fauci, writing “paging Dr Fauci: please end the mask theater now that cdc admits evidence that the vaccinated do not carry the virus.”

Israeli Nanosatellites Begin Collecting Data
CubeSat satellites measure just 10 × 10 × 10 centimeters with a mass of about 1.33 kilograms per unit. They are about the size of a shoebox. Each nanosatellite in the mission weighs around 8 kilograms and acts autonomously. The solar panels also act as sails to steer the formation without fuel if necessary by using the drag of the atmosphere. Each of the nanosatellites is equipped with its own receiver. The task of the satellites is to receive signals from the earth in order to calculate the position of people, planes and ships. It is used for search and rescue operations, remote sensing and environmental monitoring.

IAEA: Iran enriching uranium with new batch of advanced centrifuges
Iran has begun enriching uranium with a fourth cascade, or cluster, of advanced IR-2m machines at its underground Natanz plant, a new report by the UN atomic watchdog shows, according to Reuters. The move is the latest breach by Iran of its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

Texas Senate Advances Election Integrity Bill Focused on Mail-In Ballots
The Republican-led Texas state Senate approved legislation on April 1 that would ban mail-in ballot drop boxes and most drive-thru voting, a measure that Republicans say “ensures election integrity,” while Democrats say it’s voter suppression and makes it harder for people with disabilities and ethnic minorities to vote.

Over 70 Canadian Churches Vow to Defy Lockdowns, Will Fully Open for Easter Services
“We hope the list will grow. We are over 70 churches now.” The threat of fines and possible imprisonment will not deter over 70 Christian churches in Canada from defying COVID lockdowns and holding religious services on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The churches have vowed to open for Easter services “to stand together in unity and to oppose further lockdowns.”

PBS forced to suspend Documentary on pro-Israel Evangelicals after caught containing Fake News
The Public Broadcasting Network (PBS) has postponed the airing of the documentary “Til Kingdom Come,” which explores the close relationship between American evangelicals and Israel. The decision came following accusations that the documentary misleadingly spliced together two separate segments of a speech by former US President Donald Trump. … the film contained inaccurate editing of a quote by Trump during a January 2020 speech alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after unveiling his highly-anticipated Middle East peace accord.

US removes Gulf air defense batteries amid Houthi drone strikes – report
The US has removed at least three Patriot antimissile batteries from the Gulf region, despite recent waves of Houthi drone and missile strikes against targets in Saudi Arabia, as part of a move to shift military capabilities from the Middle East…In addition to the Patriot batteries, an aircraft carrier and surveillance systems are also being moved to other locations to answer military needs elsewhere…

US must rejoin Iran deal ‘as quickly as possible’ – US lawmakers
US Senator Chris Murphy and Rep. Ro Khanna, both Democrats, addressed the stalemate between the US and Iran regarding the return to the 2015 nuclear agreement and urged the administration “to be open and willing to take early steps back into the deal.” …writing a letter with …that would “make clear that there is a sizable constituency in the United States Senate for this “compliance for compliance” approach.”

Jordan warns Israel it’s violating Temple Mount status quo
Jordan sent a formal complaint to Israel’s Foreign Ministry over its concern that the status quo on the Temple Mount had been violated in light of the number of Jewish visitors over the Passover holiday. The country’s Foreign Ministry spokesman tweeted Thursday that his country “condemned the continuation of the Israeli violations in the al-Aqsa mosque/al-Haram al-Sharif.”

Myanmar protesters vow to keep up action as internet blackout widens
Opponents of military rule in Myanmar marched, observed strikes and sought alternative ways to communicate after most users were cut off from the internet on Friday, undaunted by the bloody suppression of protests during the past two months. Hundreds of people have been killed demonstrating since the Feb. 1 coup, and many people have been using social media to publicise the security forces’ excesses and to organise against military rule.

Christians mark Good Friday as holy sites gradually reopen
Christians in the Holy Land are marking Good Friday this year amid signs the coronavirus crisis is winding down, with religious sites open to limited numbers of faithful but none of the mass pilgrimages usually seen in the Holy Week leading up to Easter. Last year, Jerusalem was under a strict lockdown, with sacred rites observed by small groups of priests, often behind closed doors.

Saudi FM: Deal with Israel will be ‘extremely helpful’ for region
A normalisation deal between Saudi Arabia and Israel would benefit the region, the kingdom’s foreign minister has said, adding that a potential deal “depends to a large extent on the progress of the peace process”. Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud…added that “the normalisation of Israel’s status within the region would bring tremendous benefits to the region as a whole”.

Egypt, Sudan launch joint air exercise as Nile dam tensions mount
Egyptian armed forces have launched a joint air training exercise, Nile Eagles 2, with the Sudanese air force at Sudan’s Merowe air base. The training includes elements from the air forces and Thunderbolt commando forces from both countries, Egypt’s military said in a statement. The early stages of the training included joint sorties, with multi-role fighters attacking targets and protecting vital installations.

Arab Islamist shows clout with prime-time speech in Israel
The leader of an Arab Islamist party in Israel delivered a prime-time address in Hebrew on Thursday that was carried live by major TV networks, calling for coexistence between Arabs and Jews in a stunning display of the community’s newfound political influence. Mansour Abbas’ United Arab List won just four seats in last week’s parliamentary elections.

Macron orders COVID-19 lockdown across all of France, closes…
President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday ordered France into its third national lockdown and said schools would close for three weeks as he sought to push back a third wave of COVID-19 infections that threatens to overwhelm hospitals.

Summerlike heat to challenge record highs across Southwest 
Some residents of the West may wonder if the calendar flipped to August as opposed to April, with temperatures expected to soar to record-high levels into Easter weekend.

Bizarre ‘worm tornado’ in New Jersey has scientists baffled
Spring rains often bring scores of earthworms to the surface, where they writhe on top of soil and sidewalks. But recently, heavy rainfall in a town near New York City was followed by something a little more unusual: a wormnado.

17th paroxysmal eruptive episode at Etna forces closure of Catania International Airport, Italy
The 17th paroxysmal eruptive episode since February 16 started at Etna volcano, Italy at 23:00 UTC on Wednesday, March 31, 2021. The Aviation Color Code was raised to Red at 19:11 UTC on March 31 and remains at this level as of 09:32 UTC when the last VONA was issued. 7 people who got lost on the mountain on Wednesday were rescued on Thursday morning.

Lawyers Promise ‘Nuremberg Trials’ Against All Behind COVID Scam
Right now, a second Nuremberg tribunal that is in preparation, with a class action lawsuit being set up under the aegis of thousands of lawyers worldwide behind the American-German lawyer Reiner Fuellmich, who is prosecuting those responsible for the Covid-19 scandal manipulated by the Davos Forum.

Gaslighting: How Leftists Demonize And Demoralize Their Opposition
If you operate on the assumption that these groups are lying to you most of the time then you will find yourself on the right side of history…

Ohio State University announces Mandatory Covid testing
Ohio State University announces Mandatory Covid testing for all students and staff twice a week! Mandatory Covid testing, along with Mandatory vaccines, are against the law and US Constitution.

BOMBSHELL: Italian MP Calls for Bill Gates to Be Charged with ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ 
An Italian MP has called for billionaire Bill Gates to face trial in the International Criminal Court for charges of “crimes against humanity.”

South Carolina State Senators Suggest Making Everyone A Militia Member To Protect Gun Rights
South Carolina Republican state senators approved a bill Tuesday that would make every state resident eligible to own a gun above the age of 17 a member of an “unorganized militia.”

Dozens of people develop rare blood disorder after taking coronavirus vaccines
At least 36 recipients of Pfizer’s and Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccines in the US have developed a rare immune disorder that attacks the blood, according to reports. One patient is dead, and doctors can’t rule out blaming the vaccine.

Students at Florida High School Warned They Will be “Re-Educated” If Caught Not Wearing a Mask
Students at Clearwater High School in Florida have been warned that they will be “re-educated” on the importance of wearing a mask if they are seen on school premises not wearing a face covering.

DAY OF WONDERS: Microsoft Wins $22 Billion, 10-Year Contract To Supply US Army With HoloLens Augmented Reality Headsets To Conduct Warfare
With each passing month, the technology net grows ever-tighter as our Silicon Valley masters continue to exert their end times influence over not just America, but across the entire world. The launching of the internet in 1994 created the web that successfully caught its prey, and with it we have spent the last two and a half decades watching the Mark of the Beast system assemble itself.

Here are all the ways the Democrats’ “For the People Act” makes it impossible for GOP presidential candidates to win future elections 
Last week, Democrats in Congress officially launched their efforts to destroy state voting laws and rules that make elections fair and balanced after the House passed the grossly misnamed “For the People Act.”

Behold The Chinese Type-100 Class “God Of Submarines”
In the bow are at least 8 Intercontinental nuclear-powered nuclear-armed hydrosonic torpedoes. These weapons are similar to the Russian Navy’s Poseidon weapon…

Pfizer already targeting American pre-teen and young teenage girls ages 12 to 15 for population reduction and sterilization experiment known as mRNA 
Bill Gates’ number one goal is to reduce the population of planet Earth by a few billion people, and he said he could accomplish this if he does a really good job with vaccines and healthcare, meaning dirty vaccines and Planned Parenthood abortion factories in every metropolitan city (mainly for Black baby genocide). And just how do you think vaccines can reduce the population of humans, when they’re supposed to protect people from disease?

BREAKING: Secretly Recorded Video Shows Migrants Including Children Held Under Bridge In Makeshift Customs and Border Protection Processing Center Enduring Inhumane Conditions At Southern Border
Project Veritas released a new video today showing migrants being held under the Anzalduas International Bridge, by Border Patrol agents.