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Progressive Pundit Torches Kasich: 'We Don't Want Him Either.' pjmedia.com/election/paula…
.@pbolyard: “Look, I have no problem with those on the right who can’t find it in their hearts or consciences to support President Trump. I struggle with it too.
But it’s an entirely different thing to throw one’s support to a candidate and a party whose views are completely antithetical to everything you’ve professed to believe... your entire political career. It’s neither principled nor sensible to support that which you claim to hate.”

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Jan 18
Remember how health authorities said serious vaccine side effects always will be seen fast?

Turns out that's not true... as Pfizer (and its veterinarian chief executive) should know better than anyone. alexberenson.substack.com/p/remember-how…
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Even after pressure from Germany caused Pfizer to stop selling the vaccine there, the company kept selling it elsewhere.
A top Pfizer official told British farmers it was safe to use and that “other factors” were likely involved.

A month later, Pfizer stopped selling the vaccine. European regulators later found it caused a 1-in-6000 risk of the bleeding disease.
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Biden’s Banana Republic

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What he calls “threats” to democracy are nothing more than instances of public resistance to his attempts to build a one-party state in America. He wants docility, not democracy, and seeks to eliminate his political foes as crudely as any tinpot leader of a banana republic.
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How convenient for Clinton.

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“The Australian Government donated the vital baking staple through the World Food Program as part of a $100 million handout which also includes other UN agencies.”
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The war on the unvaccinated

In 2022, we must defend bodily autonomy.

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In some countries, those nudges quickly turned into shoves. In November, Austria pioneered the ‘lockdown for the unvaccinated’, making it illegal for the unvaccinated to leave the house without a state-mandated excuse.
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