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The Shaking In California Is Getting WORSE As Hundreds And Hundreds Of Earthquakes Cause Alarm On The West Coast

This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Ende of the American Dream.

Are we getting close to a major seismic event on the west coast?  Within the past several days, we have seen hundreds of earthquakes happen in southern California, there have been large earthquakes offshore near the Cascadia Subduction Zone, and there has been a very alarming swarm of earthquakes at Mt. Hood.  We haven’t seen this much seismic activity along the west coast in quite a long time, and many are concerned that this could be leading up to something really big.

At this moment, scientists are carefully monitoring the area around the Salton Sea.  According to the USGS, in one 24 hour period over the weekend more than 600 earthquakes of at least magnitude 1.0 shook that area of southern California…

More than 600 small earthquakes have been recorded this weekend in a rural area near the Salton Sea in Southern California, with the largest having a magnitude of 5.3, a US Geological Survey geophysicist told CNN.

Geophysicist Randy Baldwin said 603 temblors with a magnitude of at least 1 happened in the area from Saturday to just before sunrise Sunday.

The magnitude 5.3 quake was felt throughout the region.

In fact, it is being reported that it was even felt at an apartment building that was 95 miles away from the epicenter of the earthquake…

People in Chula Vista, San Diego, El Centro and Indio felt the 5.3 quake, according to the USGS, Did You Feel It reports. The tool collects information from people who report they’ve felt an earthquake and creates an interactive map.

Saturday morning’s shaking could be felt in an apartment building near Del Mar, California, approximately 95 miles away from the location of the earthquake.

When I wrote about the alarming rise of earthquake activity on the west coast a week ago, just over 1,000 earthquakes had occurred in California and Nevada over the previous seven days.

Now that number is up to 1,757, and it seems to be going up with each passing hour.

Elsewhere, a pair of magnitude 5.9 earthquakes were reported off the coast of Oregon on Friday

Elsewhere, two 5.9 magnitude earthquakes struck in the Pacific Ocean around 89 and 98 miles west of the coastal town of Gold Beach, Oregon, after 1 a.m. PT Friday, the USGS reported.

At least four earthquakes ranging in magnitudes from 3.9 to 5.9 occurred in that area in the previous few hours, according to USGS.

The entire west coast of the United States sits along the infamous “Ring of Fire”, and so there are always quakes in the region, but 5.9 is unusually large.

And the fact that these quakes were not too far from the Cascadia Subduction Zone is particularly alarming.

The day before, residents of San Jose were shaken by a magnitude 3.6 earthquake

3.6-magnitude earthquake shook San Jose on Thursday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reports.

The 3.7-mile deep quake hit at 5:15 a.m. Pacific time, according to the USGS. Dozens of people from as far away as Oakland and San Rafael reported feeling the tremor to the agency.

“Well, that’s one way to wake up!” read one Twitter post. “Earthquake in San Jose. Anyone else can’t go back to sleep?”

And just a few days before that, Disneyland was rattled by a very unusual swarm of earthquakes

A swarm of earthquakes struck the Disneyland area this morning, including one which left a southern California visitor wondering if he was still on a theme park ride. While relatively light, the 2.7 magnitude earthquake which struck at 12:41 am this morning, was felt by more than 300 people that reported it to the USGS using their “Did you feel it?” online survey tool. The quake hit at a depth of 2.7 miles and was followed by 9 aftershocks, most of which struck within 4 miles of the Disneyland complex.

Have you ever watched a disaster movie in which several smaller seismic events precede the big monster event at the end of the movie?

Just because so many unusual seismic events are happening in California right now does not necessarily mean that something bigger is on the way, but without a doubt now is a time to be on an increased state of alert.

To me, one of the most disturbing developments of the past week was the large earthquake swarm that occurred right at Mt. Hood on Saturday

The earthquake rumbled at 8:51 p.m. June 5, just south of the summit of Mount Hood. It was preceded by several earthquakes in the hour before the quake, and tens of aftershocks have occurred since, the Cascades Volcano Observatory of the U.S. Geological Survey reported in a news release Saturday night.

Since the eruption of Mt. St. Helens in 1980, there hasn’t been a major volcanic eruption in the United States.

We should be thankful for that, but eventually all of the volcanoes on the west coast are going to go off.

It is just a matter of time.

But for those living in southern California, a historic earthquake is the larger threat.  Scientists assure us that “the Big One” is way overdue, and when it finally arrives many believe that it will permanently alter the geography of the California coastline.

Despite all of our advanced technology, there is nothing that we can do to stop “the Big One” from coming, and experts acknowledge that the death and destruction that we will witness during such an event could be off the charts.

It has often been said that “as California goes, so goes the nation”.

Today, that saying appears to be more true than ever.

But the state of California is also living on borrowed time because a historic disaster of epic proportions could literally hit the state at any moment.

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Vaccination bracelet inventor says his device tells the powers that be, ‘I support the vaccine effort, I’ve been vaccinated, I’m safe to be around’

With newfangled vaccination bracelets now on the market, a standard question from public venue gatekeepers could end up being “May I see your ImmunaBand?” rather than “May I see your vaccine card?”

What are the details?

KSWB-TV ran a report last week on a bracelet that can offer proof that you’ve been vaccinated. It’s called the ImmunaBand, and it comes from Dr. Toshof Bernton of Denver, who said the invention was actually his son’s idea from several months ago.

Image source: KSWB-TV video screenshot

“If we had something where you can say, ‘OK, I support the vaccine effort, I’ve been vaccinated, I’m safe to be around,’ it would help us particularly as we start opening up,” Bernton told the station.

Image source: KSWB-TV video screenshot

The ImmunaBand has been for sale for about a month, and KSWB said thousands of the $19.99 bracelets have sold already.

Bernton said the ImmunaBand — which he believes is the first of its kind on the market — stores vaccine records so wearers don’t have to carry around their vaccine cards.

How does it work?

Once you’ve purchased the bracelet, you send a copy of your vaccine card to the ImmunaBand company, which loads your record into its encrypted website, the station said. After that, the bracelet comes in the mail with a QR code affixed to it, KSWB said.

The station said that if officials want to verify that you’ve been vaccinated, they pull out their cellphones, take an image of the QR code, and then they can see your vaccine record.

Image source: KSWB-TV video screenshot

Bernton noted to the station that if your ImmunaBand is stolen, the thief can get to the website but not to your vaccine record unless your PIN is known.

One of Bernton’s customers sent him a photo of himself wearing an ImmunaBand at a New York Knicks game at Madison Square Garden, KSWB said, and the customer said he was allowed into the venue after an employee at the gate pulled up the website through the QR code.

Image source: KSWB-TV video screenshot

Madison Square Garden’s policy says that “guests can now enter with proof of a negative antigen COVID-19 test or full vaccination.”

In March, New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a pilot program for a COVID-19 electronic passport that allows users entry into public venues. TheBlaze reported last week that a growing number of NBA and MLB franchises will be asking for “vaccine passports” as they reopen their venues.

What has been the reaction?

Bernton also told the station that a lot of companies in the travel and hospitality industries are buying his vaccination bracelets for their employees. KSWB spoke to outdoor restaurant patrons in the Little Italy section of San Diego regarding the new ImmunaBand and received mixed reactions to the invention.

“It’s a little too much,” one woman told the station.

But another patron, Keshaun Slaughter, told KSWB that the vaccination bracelet is “actually [a] pretty good” idea since “a lot of people have their doubts about going in certain areas and certain places, so if there’s actually people with QR codes on wristbands, it will make it a lot easier for people to be comfortable.”

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3 killed, several injured after allegedly ‘impaired’ driver strikes pedestrians in San Diego

Three people are dead and another six injured after an allegedly “impaired” man drove his vehicle onto a sidewalk in downtown Sand Diego on Monday morning.

What are the details?

The tragedy occurred at around 9:00 a.m. near San Diego City College where police say the suspect, a 71-year-old whose name has not been released, plowed into the victims under a bridge where homeless people have been known to seek shelter. He was driving a Volvo station wagon, and there were “tents and belongings” in the path of the vehicle when it took to the sidewalk, authorities said.

WNBC-TV reported that the deceased victims were declared dead at the scene, and two of the injured remain hospitalized in critical condition. The condition of the remaining four people who were struck by the vehicle are unknown.

San Diego Police Department Chief David Nisleit said that the driver tried to assist the victims and gave his name to police at the scene. Nisleit said the suspect “was detained and was being investigated ‘for possibly driving while impaired,'” the New York Times reported.

According to the Daily Mail, “authorities initially said [the driver] had tried to flee.”

Nisleit also noted that just minutes before the crash, the department received a radio call regarding a vehicle matching the description of the Volvo. The chief “said that call is part of the ongoing investigation and could not give specifics yet about what was reported in that call regarding the Volvo,” WNBC reported.

One witness told the outlet that they saw the Volvo take out more than three tents lined up on the sidewalk. “I turned around and I saw yellow headlights and next thing you know, I was almost getting sucked under a car,” Ronnie Williams recalled. “And then I managed to pull my leg out from under the car right here.”

“It was quick, but it was slow,” he added. “I could see everything, I could hear everything, I could feel everything. I could hear myself thinking to myself like, ‘Do you want to die or not?'”

Another witness reported seeing the driver “right after the crash looking very distraught” and “said the driver walked away from the car and waited for police to arrive before being taken away in handcuffs,” according to WNBC.

3 Killed After 71-Year-Old Man Drives Into Pedestrians In San Diego Tunnel

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VIDEO: Antifa mob attacks Trump supporters in San Diego

An unlawful assembly was declared in San Diego on Saturday after violence sprang up when a mob of Antifa and Black Lives Matter protesters clashed with Trump supporters during the group’s “Patriot March” in southern California.

KSWB-TV photojournalist Paul Makarushka captured the moment when a horde of apparent Antifa members, at least one wielding a baseball bat, converged upon a handful of conservatives.

“[T]rump supporters clash with BLM and antifa on the boardwalk in PB,” Makarushka tweeted. “Heavy police presence some fights and scuffles. Pepper spray etc (not from pd).”

Left Coast Right Watch, a self-described “CA-based news site covering right-wing extremism,” was documenting the chaos on Twitter and gleefully wrote, “Oooooh some Nazis got beat.”

Patrick T. Fallon, staff photojournalist for AFP, documented some of the images of the violent Saturday in San Diego. A shirtless man has an open wound on his face and blood on his shoulder as a group of black bloc comrades are seen in the background. One member of the gang is seen spraying an unidentified liquid from a water gun into the faces of two men.

One man was seen with a knife in his hand, “which apparently led to counter-protesters using the bear spray/pepper spray.”

A mob was seen waving an “Antifascist Action” flag and holding a sign that read: “ASHLI BABBITT DESERVED IT.” Ashli Babbitt was the Trump supporter and 14-year Air Force veteran from San Diego who stormed the Capitol building last week and was fatally shot.

There were also many people dressed in all-black waving Black Lives Matter flags.

“Lots of confrontation, pepper spray, chanting, and folks just going to the beach as counter protesters faced off with pro-Trump ‘Patriot March’ demonstrators in #PacificBeach #SanDiego today,” Fallon wrote on Twitter.

Dozens of police officers dressed in riot gear were dispatched to the Pacific Beach boardwalk to stop the unrest.

At around 5:30 p.m., an unlawful assembly was declared by the San Diego Police “due to acts of: Violence.” The San Diego Police Department reported that rioters threw glass bottles, rocks eggs, and other objects at officers. Dissenters also used pepper spray on the cops.

A little after 9 p.m., authorities announced that “All the groups have left the area.” The SDPD has not yet announced any arrests stemming from Saturday’s disorder.

In September, President-elect Joe Biden infamously declared, “Antifa’s an idea.”

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California judge rules San Diego strip clubs can stay open during lockdown, delivering blow to Newsom

A judge ruled Wednesday that two San Diego strip clubs can remain open during California’s coronavirus lockdown, which could potentially lead to restaurants reopening their doors.

Gov. Gavin Newsom was dealt a loss by a San Diego Superior Court judge, who ruled against the California governor’s executive order that shuttered strip clubs.

Newsom issued a regional stay-at-home order on Dec. 3, which would “require bars, wineries, hair salons and other nonessential businesses across five areas to close for three weeks once a region’s intensive care capacity falls below 15 percent,” according to NBC News. Restaurants could continue to offer takeout and delivery, but live adult entertainment was ordered to shut down.

The owners of Pacers Showgirls International and Cheetahs Gentlemen’s Club in San Diego rebelled against Newson’s executive order and stayed open.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued a cease-and-desist letter to both businesses on Friday that they were violating the Democratic governor’s lockdown order. Becerra, also a Democrat, threatened legal action if the establishments did not comply.

San Diego Superior Court Judge Joel Wohlfeil issued a nine-page preliminary injunction that permitted the strip clubs to continue operating.

Wohlfeil ruled that San Diego County had not provided sufficient evidence to prove that the strip clubs were increasing the spread of coronavirus.

“Accordingly, the court finds that Plaintiffs have been devoid of Covid, have done nothing to contribute to the spread of COVID, and have honored their representations to [Executive Director of the City of San Diego’s Human Relations Commission and International Affairs Board] Dr. Joel Day and the County,” Wohfeil wrote.

The judge ascertained that both clubs operated for five weeks during the pandemic, and instituted safety measures to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. The establishments maintained a distance of 15 feet between strippers and tables, required employees to wear face masks, and did not permit more than one stripper per stage at a time.

Judge Wohlfeil added that the ruling for strip clubs also applied to “San Diego County businesses with restaurant services,” making them exempt from shutdowns.

The judge stated, “Any governmental entity or law enforcement officer are hereby enjoined from enforcing the provisions of the cease and desist order, or any related orders including the State’s Regional Stay Home Order, that prevent 1) plaintiffs from providing live adult entertainment; and 2) San Diego County businesses with restaurant service, such as plaintiffs’ establishments, from continuing to operate their respective businesses, subject to protocols that are no greater than is essential to further defendants’ response to control the spread of COVID.”

On Wednesday, San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond said, “A judge just ruled that he could not find a connection between restaurant services and the spread of COVID. He has directed the county to allow businesses with restaurant services to operate their business safely and responsibly.”

Steve Hoffman, an attorney for Cheetahs, said, “Cheetahs and Pacers will continue to operate in a manner that takes all appropriate and essential measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 while at the same time providing a means for their staff to earn a livelihood.”

Newsom’s office reacted to the judge’s ruling by telling Newsweek, “While we are disappointed in the court’s decision today, we remain steadfast in our commitment to protecting the health and safety of all Californians. Our legal team is reviewing options to determine next steps.”

The judge’s ruling could provide a way to open restaurants in California.

As of Dec. 15, all but three counties in California were labeled as experiencing “widespread” COVID-19 outbreaks. In California’s tier system, counties that are labeled as having widespread coronavirus outbreaks must close bars and breweries that don’t serve food and restaurants are permitted to be open with outside dining only with modifications.

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Police release graphic video of man shot at headquarters after he broke out of handcuffs and grabbed an officer’s gun

The San Diego Police Department released a video on Thursday capturing the moment officers were forced to fire on a suspect who had broken out of his restraints and was able to get his hands on an officer’s service weapon.

What are the details?

According to video obtained from the San Diego Police Department, “A 911 call came in from a downtown hotel about a man causing a disturbance. He had been pepper sprayed and held down by hotel security for threatening to stab hotel staff.”

“San Diego Police responded and took the 25-year-old man into custody without incident,” authorities added.

According to KFMB-TV, the suspect was identified as Keith Bergman.

“The man was evaluated for being under the influence and placed under arrest,” police explained. “A search of his pockets revealed methamphetamine and five credit cards that did not belong to him. He was taken to police headquarters for processing.”

At that time, however, Bergman was reportedly able to maneuver out of his handcuffs and smash through plexiglass.

“While sitting in the back of a patrol car in the sally port, he slipped one hand free from his handcuffs,” authorities added. “He then broke through a plexiglass barrier, reached into the rear area of the car, and grabbed a backpack that contained an officer’s backup handgun.”

Security footage of the incident shows one of the San Diego Police officers hearing a commotion in the backseat of the vehicle, noticing that the suspect was free and had pulled out a handgun.

“[Officers] draw their service weapons and attempt to persuade him to drop the gun with no success,” the statement continued.

Bergman reportedly begins threatening responding police officers with the firearm, prompting officers to converge on the vehicle.

He then reportedly fires at least one round from the back of the patrol car and officers respond in kind.

“After several minutes, the man reaches through the broken glass and opens the rear door,” police explained. “He exits with the backpack and the handgun tucked in his waist. He tries and fails to open the rear hatch.”

Bergman then reportedly attempts to open one of the front doors, but an officer fires three rounds and prevents him from doing so.

A K-9 officer was then deployed, and the suspect was once again taken into custody without further incident. He was transported to a local medical facility for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

What else?

The department told the station, “The San Diego Police Department is committed to being open and transparent with the public.”

In a Wednesday night release, the San Diego Police Department said:

The Internal Affairs Unit will conduct an investigation to determine if there were any policy violations, and the Shooting Review Board will evaluate the tactics used by the officers. The Community Review Board on Police Practices will conduct a review of the incident and provide any appropriate recommendations. The Federal Bureau of Investigations and the United States Attorney’s Office will also be monitoring the investigation.

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San Diego official reveals only six of county’s nearly 200 COVID-deaths are ‘pure, solely coronavirus’ deaths

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond is pushing back against California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order, revealing that most of his county’s coronavirus-deaths were not directly caused by the virus.

In a radio interview last week, Desmond said only six of the COVID-19 deaths in his county were “purely, solely” from coronavirus, the San Diego Tribune reported.

“We’ve unfortunately had six pure, solely coronavirus deaths — six out of 3.3 million people,” Desmond explained. “I mean, what number are we trying to get to with those odds? I mean, it’s incredible. We want to be safe, and we can do it, but unfortunately, it’s more about control than getting the economy going again and keeping people safe.”

Desmond was touching on a somewhat controversial, yet obvious fact: the vast majority of COVID-19 deaths are of people with preexisting, underlying health problems.

If the majority of deaths are of people with underlying health conditions, then strict lockdown orders should end, Desmond told the Tribune.

“Any loss of life, for any reason, is worth preventing,” he said. “Clearly, those with underlying circumstances are the most vulnerable. I believe we can keep people safe and responsibly open our businesses.”

Indeed, an article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association last month indicated that more than 90% of COVID-19 hospitalizations in New York City were of patients with underlying health conditions.

The findings indicate what experts already suspected: that the elderly and medically vulnerable are most susceptible to develop serious coronavirus symptoms that warrant hospitalization.

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Police want to charge ‘protest organizer’ with defying coronavirus stay-at-home order — punishable by jail time, $1,000 fine

San Diego police want to charge a “protest organizer” for “violating” coronavirus stay-at-home guidelines “by organizing a gathering” over the weekend, KUSI-TV reported.

Police confirmed it contacted the City Attorney’s Office “requesting their review to issue charges against the protest organizer for violating the county health order,” the station added.

What are the details?

Naomi Israel, 27, was one of hundreds who demonstrated against California’s stay-at-home orders at a “Freedom Rally” Saturday afternoon in front of the Hall of Justice in San Diego, KUSI reported.

The Center for American Liberty, in coordination with the Dhillon Law Group, is representing Israel and said police told her Tuesday she’s being charged with a misdemeanor for her participation in the protest, which is punishable by up to 90 days in jail and/or a $1,000 fine.

The Center said an estimated 400 people gathered in San Diego to “peacefully protest” Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “shutdown of the state’s economy. At this time, we are unaware of any other participants being charged with a crime. The charged protester had shared information about the protest on social media, which may have led to the authorities deciding to single her out for punishment.”

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Following Saturday’s protest in San Diego and a related Sunday protest in Encinitas, many questioned why arrests or citations were not levied against the protesters for flouting public health orders prohibiting large public gatherings and asking people to stay six feet apart from one another.

In a joint statement issued Monday by the SDPD and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, the agencies said that although the events were allowed to go forward, legal consequences would still be in order.

“While no citations were issued at the protests, that does not mean prosecution will not be sought, especially to the organizers of these events,” the statement read, according to the station.

Israel told KUSI in a Thursday interview that she was told if she shows up to a protest scheduled for this weekend that authorities “will be there, and they will have a warrant.”

Harmeet K. Dhillon, chief executive officer of the Center for American Liberty, added that “the First Amendment guarantees the right to peacefully protest. Our client participated in a responsible protest adhering to social distancing guidelines. She, along with other protesters, stood six feet apart on a public sidewalk.”

Here’s a clip from KUSI showing Saturday’s protest. It’s appears many protesters stood less than six feet apart:

Anything else?

“It is outrageous that our client is being charged with a crime for participating in constitutionally protected activity,” Dhillon added. “The right to assemble and to petition the government does not exist if there are topics that are off limit.”

Dhillon also said “Governor Newsom cannot shut down the state’s economy and then prosecute criminally freedom-loving Californians who peacefully protest his decision. Nor may county and city officials abuse their power to punish protesters expressing protected opinions and doing so in a lawful and safe manner. We intend to fight San Diego’s punishment of our client if the authorities decide to proceed with this ill-advised attempt to chill the speech of Americans.”

Here’s a look at the related protest in Encinitas that took place Sunday:

Southern California residents hold “Freedom Rally” to protest overreaching closures amid coronavirus