California has apparently halted the mass injections of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine batch due to a “higher-than-usual number of adverse events.” People’s bodies are not responding well to these new vaccines. And don’t forget, the vaccine manufacture has immunity when someone is injured or killed by these vaccines.
According to a report by RT, state epidemiologist Dr. Erica S. Pan said in a statement that “fewer than 10 individuals” suffered “a possible severe allergic reaction” and required medical attention over the past 24 hours after being injected with the specific batch of vaccine. All of the incidents appear to have occurred at a single community clinic that was administering the lot. The vaccine site was reportedly closed for several hours after the string of adverse reactions occurred, before switching to a different batch of the same vaccine.
“Out of an extreme abundance of caution and also recognizing the extremely limited supply of vaccine, we are recommending that providers use other available vaccine inventory,” the health official said.
Big Pharma, the government, and health care “authorities” want everyone to know that severe adverse reactions to vaccines are “rare.” But have no fear, the government will go ahead and review these incidents, so you can be told the propagandized “truth” and line up for this jab.
Moderna, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are reviewing the batch and all relevant medical data.
The Covid-19 jab has been linked to other cases of serious medical emergencies. In December, a physician in Boston said he suffered one of the worst allergic reactions he’s ever experienced after receiving Moderna’s vaccine, describing the episode as potentially life-threatening.
Similar cases linked to the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine have been referred to the CDC and FDA for review. –RT
We have seen a lot of police brutality and crazy rioting over the past week. As a sign of potential escalation, video has emerged of Humvees with machine gun turrets mounted on the top driving down the streets of DC, while a black red cross medical helicopter was used by the National Guard to show force against protesters at the capitol. And if that’s not enough, there is news of protesters disappearing in Chicago.
U.S. President Trump vowed to use force against protesters and to deploy the U.S. military to DC, the nation’s capital. He also expressed he would do the same elsewhere if the protests didn’t die down and rioters didn’t stop the vandalism and looting that occurred in some places. Trump also said he had dispatched “thousands and thousands of heavily armed soldiers, military personnel and law enforcement officers” to Washington, D.C.
Although we can speculate what’s going on here with these Humvees and the horrible things they could be used for, it’s best to instead deal with the facts as they stand.
The Associated Pressreports that approximately 200 active-duty troops that were brought in to help if needed with the civil unrest in the nation’s capital will return to their home base. However, we have no way of knowing whether or not these troops returning home are the same that were seen driving down D.C. streets with turrets attached to their Humvees.
The official who spoke on condition of anonymity to the Associated Press, also noted that there were a total of 1,300 troops in the capitol region early this week as protests turned violent. Protests became violent in the aftermath of the death in Minnesota of a black man, George Floyd, who died after a white police officer pressed his knee to Floyd’s neck for several minutes causing asphyxiation.
If Humvees with mounted turrets weren’t enough to wet your police state whistle, a medical military helicopter was used to disperse protesters in D.C. as well, while the police on the ground kettled them and beat them. Even a CNN journalist was beaten up by brutal riot cops. This all showcases that our First Amendment right to peaceful assembly is being threatened in many cases.
The incident occurred on Monday night after protesters failed to disperse during the curfew at the capitol at 7 p.m. EST. The helicopter flew low to the ground and was positioned just above those violating the curfew. The chopper sent gusts of dust and trash into the air near the demonstrators seen in the video below.
Since the event, it was announced today that the District of Columbia National Guard launched an investigation into the low-flying maneuver by one of its helicopters over protesters, CBS reported.
“I hold all members of the District of Columbia National Guard to the highest of standards,” Major General William Walker said in a statement Wednesday. “We live and work in the district, and we are dedicated to the service of our nation.”
Thus far there has been no investigation announced for why U.S. military was driving around Humvees with gun turrets still attached to the top.
It was also just reported by the Associated Press that the previous call by the Pentagon to have some of the troops return to the home base has now been abruptly reversed by Defense Secretary Mark Esper in what they are calling a “dynamic situation.” Shortly after, buses arrived with military personnel:
If all of that wasn’t bizarre enough, Chicago is being accused of “disappearing protesters,” Vice reported. Chicago, Illinois is the same state that had a CIA-like black site torture prison at Homan Square. This is the same black site that The Anti-Media previously reported had detained thousands of Americans illegally. With that said, are they back to being operational? It seems very strange that protesters are vanishing again in Chicago.
What does all this highlight? As Jeremiah Mostelle wrote for the Charles Koch Institute, “the increased use of military equipment has coincided with an increased use of military tactics, such as SWAT teams and no-knock raids.”
As a result of all these actions and the various videos being seen online of police using excessive force against innocent unarmed protesters, we can surely expect massive lawsuits, maybe even class-action lawsuits to commence.
Activist Post colleague Derrick Broze, in fact, was among those arrested last night in Houston while he was covering the protest as media. He stated that he will be fighting the charges. In the video below, Derrick provides more details of the arrest and the police behavior that he witnessed.
Demonstrations protesting the death of George Floyd — a black man who died after begging for air while being held down by a white police officer in Minneapolis — escalated to violence in New York City on Thursday, leaving several police officers injured and more than 70 people arrested.
What are the details?
The New York Post reported that activists clashed with police, leading “to at least 70 arrests” linked to the protests in New York City, with some demonstrators physically attacking police officers who were on the scene attempting to keep the peace.
The NYPD confirmed to Fox News that “four police officers were injured and transported to nearby hospitals.”
One officer was reportedly hit in the head with a trash can, another was punched in the face, and a female NYPD inspector was punched in the chest.
George Floyd Protestors Stand Off Against NYPD in Union Square Park
Protests have raged in Minneapolis since Floyd’s death on Monday, erupting in violence, widespread looting, arson, and vandalism. Demonstrations have also been held in major cities across the country. On Wednesday night, protestors in Los Angeles attacked police cruisers, and several shots were fired Thursday night during a demonstration at the Colorado State Capitol building in Denver.
The demonstrations across the U.S. have grown throughout the week after disturbing video footage went viral showing Floyd being held down with a police officer’s knee and apparent body weight on his neck for several minutes, pleading for air, as the police officer ignored him. Eventually, the video shows, Floyd becomes unresponsive and he is carted away in an ambulance.
No arrests have yet been made in the case, despite widespread outcry and claims that Floyd’s death was an obvious murder. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman explained during a press conference on Thursday that charges had not yet been filed in the case because, he revealed, “there is other evidence that does not support a criminal charge.”