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As you scroll through the highlights, ask yourself if the Deep State were in charge, would this be allowed? Or would we even know about it? Also some news may not seem “good,” but it’s on the list because it is utterly fantastic it’s being exposed!

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  • Eleven senators introduce a bipartisan bill requesting the Biden administration delay the end to enforcing the federal law known as Title 42. The bill was drafted by AZ Sen Kyrsten Sinema (D) OK James Lankford (R). The measure is expected to be proposed as an amendment to the latest covid-19 relief package that Congress is debating


  • KY Gov Andy Beshear has signed legislation stating that churches are essential during declared states of emergency. The bill’s sponsor, Rep Shane Baker, said he thought it was hypocritical that large stores and other venues that could continue to operate for what were considered essential reasons, while churches were closed. In his opinion, churches fill a number of roles for “essential” services in society, which go far beyond meeting for worship. “This was something that was very important to me. It’s a shame we have to have laws like this”


  • MI Rep Fred Upton (R) became the fourth Republican who voted to impeach President Trump for “inciting the US Capitol attack” to announce his retirement, joining Reps Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH), John Katko (R-NY) and Adam Kinzinger (R-IL)


  • US District Judge Trevor McFadden found that January 6 POW, Matthew Martin, not guilty of all charges because police officers let him into the US Capitol


  • A newly formed political action committee (PAC) seeks to bring Christian, Constitutional leadership to NC. North Carolina Grassroots Government has endorsed candidates in the Republican primary with the goal of rooting out incumbent politicians who have aligned themselves with Democrats. Candidates seeking NCGG’s endorsement are questioned on medical freedom, parental rights, educational freedom, traditional marriage, Second Amendment rights, and the sanctity of life, among many other issues. If endorsed by NCGG, candidates must vow to enact laws defunding and prohibiting legislation for vaccine mandates and the accompanying vaccine passports, certificates, databases, and digital IDs. “The thing that sets NCGG apart from all other grassroots groups and certainly all other PACs is our focus on supporting Christian constitutional conservatives versus Republicans who often vote no differently than Democrats,” Tara Niebaum, an NCGG volunteer, said. “Our candidates go through an intense vetting process in which they are asked about their personal relationship with Christ and their knowledge of the Bible. Endorsed candidates, whether they’re running for school board or Congress, must be unapologetically Christian and—if elected—must affirm to vote for legislation that reestablishes constitutional governance rooted in Judeo-Christian values”


  • Georgia passes Constitutional Carry. This marks the half-way point in making Constitutional Carry the law of the land in all fifty states


  • Alabama Atty Gen Steve Marshall is suing the Biden admin over claims it is ignoring immigration law that requires the federal government to arrest, detain and deport foreign nationals in the US illegally. The Republican attorneys general of Florida and Georgia joined the lawsuit


  • CNN verifies that Trump’s phone call “gap” of “missing” 7 Hours on January 6 turns has a simple and honest explanation


  • Vanity Fair reported that Kristian Andersen, a close colleague of Anthony Fauxi reportedly offered to delete a research paper which exposed the National Institutes of Health for its own deletion of Chinese data which contained information on the origins of covid-19 and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was attempting to cover up


  • Sir Christopher Chope continues to push his Vaccine Damage Bill, which requires the Secretary of State to establish an independent review of disablement caused by covid-19 vaccinations and the adequacy of the compensation offered to persons so disabled; and for connected purposes, passed. It is still in the House of Commons

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The Tennessee legislature has approved an omnibus bill that bans government entities, public schools, and many private businesses from requiring proof of covid-19 vaccines or mandating vaccines among its staff. These same entities also cannot take adverse action against anyone who declines to comply on these two restrictions for any reason. The bill also allows for any person who would normally qualify for unemployment benefits, but left their job because they refused the covid vaccine amid workplace mandates, to qualify for such benefits [Note: businesses that contract with the federal govt and receive federal funds, including public universities, may be able to mandate vaccines and masks after they apply for and obtain approval from the state’s comptroller’s office, if they are able to make the case that not doing so could result in them losing out on federal funding]

SD Gov Kristi Noem signed an executive order she says will protect state employees against Biden’s covid vaccine mandate by allowing them to easily obtain medical and religious exemptions

Brownstone Institute publishes 22 studies and reports that raise profound doubts about vaccine efficacy for the general population

Sen Marsha Blackburn (TN) has rolled out a new measure to protect the nation’s essential workers from being penalized or fired if they refuse to get vaccinated. The legislation titled “Keeping Our COVID-19 Heroes Employed Act” was issued earlier this week and is co-sponsored by fellow Republican senators across several states

A civil criminal complaint has been filed against The Mayo Clinic in Arizona, alleging “False Imprisonment, Assault, Aggravated Assault, Medical Battery, Endangerment, and Crimes against Humanity.” The complaint was filed by Ali Shultz, founder of Hands for Health and Freedom, on behalf of her father-in-law Chuck Shultz [Ali Shultz’s mission to advocate for health freedom started with the requirement in schools to force masks on her children, according to her website. Her background in the medical field, combined with her legal experience, furthered her ability to properly advocate for individuals fighting for agency over their health choices. She “served as Legal Director for America’s Frontline Doctors, ran point on all the strategic litigation and wrote letters for the public to use in their local communities” and also serves “as a member of the Legal Advisory Council for the Truth for Health Foundation”]

Approximately 12k Air Force personnel have reportedly refused orders to be vaccinated against the Chinese coronavirus despite the Pentagon’s mandate

Florida is maintaining its status as having the lowest average of daily coronavirus cases per capita in the United States, a feat achieved without intrusive mandates. Meanwhile, blue states, many of which embraced stringent lockdown orders and mandates throughout the pandemic, are not faring as well

Alabama’s Atty Gen Steve Marshall announced he filed a lawsuit to block Biden’s federal contractor covid-19 vaccine mandate

Mayor Craig Johnson of Elk Grove Village (IL) is not enforcing Gov Pritzker’s statewide mask mandate which requires those two and older to wear a mask when in indoor public areas

Ontario (Canada) Premier Doug Ford has announced he will not mandate covid-19 vaccines for hospital workers, saying he’s “not prepared to jeopardize the delivery of care to millions of Ontarians.” Health Minister Christine Elliott said this is the right decision for right now [Ford said the govt will maintain a “flexible approach by leaving human resourcing decisions up to individual hospitals”]

A new report from Italy’s Higher Institute of Health reduces Italy’s covid-19 death tally by 97.1%. Only 3,783 cases could be directly correlated with a covid-19 diagnosis. (The numbers reported for covid before this analysis was 132,161)

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  • US District Judge Reed O’Connor expanded his original January ruling in part, because all [Navy] members who have applied for religious exemptions “have all been harmed in essentially the same way.” First Liberty Institute attorney Mike Berry, who represented the plaintiffs in the case said, “anyone in the U.S. Navy whose religious accommodation from the vaccine mandate was denied is now protected from any sort of punishment or involuntary separation, things like that”


  • Tennis world shocked as 15 fully vaccinated players are unable to finish the Miami Open. Paula Badosa soon to be the number three in the world, became unwell during her match against Jessica Pegula and left the court in tears. In the men’s tournament, the Italian phenomenon Jannik Sinner was forced to withdraw. He gave up after 22 minutes in the game against Francisco Cerundolo. “When I served at 3-1 and 30-0, I saw him bend over. It was very strange,” Cerundolo said during an interview [wakey wakey!]


  • Budget airline easyJet blamed their record 222 canceled flights over the weekend, and 62 more on Monday, “higher than usual rates of Covid infections” forcing staff shortages [quite a bit of flight cancellations lately. Could also be airlines don’t want their vaccinated pilots flying. Wakey-wakey!]


  • Who has tested positive for covid the last few weeks and used pretty much the same verbiage in their announcements? Merrick Garland, Hillary Clinton, Barrack Obama, CIA Director Burns, Debbie Wasserman Shultz, Adam Schiff, Jen Psaki Psaki, Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser, Nancy Pelosi, Susan Collins and Raphael Warnock [comms?]


  • Victorian (Australia) Premier Daniel Andrews has tested positive for Covid. Recall he publically declared that you would not get covid if you got the third jab like him


  • German lawmakers have rejected a bill requiring all people aged 60 and over in the country to be vaccinated against coronavirus


  • Dr. Naomi Wolf (who has experts, including herself pouring over Pfizer’s covid documents): “… they concealed, they redacted from disclosure, forced by court, the fact that they were processing so many adverse events in the first three months… that they had to hire 2,400 new employees. They hid that; they concealed it… the volume of bad outcomes, dangerous outcomes… there were so many [that] they couldn’t keep up with it with their own staff”


  • Flight attendants are suing the Biden administration over its mask mandate on airplanes. Flight attendant Jeremy Ivanovskis, who is also part of the lawsuit, says, “These aren’t laws passed by Congress. We’re not law enforcement. We’re not doctors, and we’re not lawyers.” He did not enforce the mask mandate because he feels that it is unconstitutional


  • Defeat the Mandates Coast to Coast event in LA will be well attended: The People’s Convoy, Unity Project, Children’s Health Defense, Front-line Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance FLCCC, Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, ICAN, World Council for Health, PERK, FreedomMed and Physicians for Informed Consent 


  • FL Gov Ron DeSantis signed SB 988, named the “No Patient Left Alone Act,” applies to hospitals, nursing homes, hospice facilities, assisted living facilities and intermediate care centers. The new law outlines a series of circumstances in which visitation must be allowed, even in pandemics or other emergencies. If a patient or resident is giving birth or is about to die, they must be allowed visitors. Pediatric patients can also have visitors. Health care companies will have 30 days to create or update visitation rules that can be no more stringent than rules for staff members around patients or residents and they have to allow for consensual touching of patients or residents. Facilities will be required to allow patients or residents to designate an “essential caregiver” who can visit for up to two hours daily. The new law takes effect immediately
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• Frequency Therapeutics is working to reverse hearing loss with a new kind of regenerative therapy. The company uses small molecules to program progenitor cells, a descendant of stem cells in the inner ear, to create the tiny hair cells that allow us to hear. Frequency’s drug candidate is designed to be injected into the ear to regenerate these cells within the cochlea. In clinical trials, the company has already improved people’s hearing as measured by tests of speech perception -the ability to understand speech and recognize words


• A sensor that is inserted under the skin to take a reading of blood glucose and then send the information to an insulin pump has been developed by the NHS. It’s not a totally automated system, in that the amount of carbohydrates eaten at meals has to be entered into a smartphone app to ensure the insulin levels don’t go too high. New research presented at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2022 revealed that flash monitoring helps to improve blood glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes. The UK is the first country where such equipment has been tested


  • Kristina Karamo, a MAGA GOP candidate for Secretary of State of Michigan, was a star at the Trump rally in Michigan. “The reason why we have so much corruption in government, is because of our corrupt media. Why do you think you have corrupt, dishonest criminals like Nancy Pelosi in office for 30 years? Because they protect her! Last time I checked, according to my first amendment rights, I have the right to redress my grievances to my government, without being called an insurrectionist. Who do these people think they are? They work for us! President Trump, thank you for what you did for our country. You pulled the scales off of so many people’s eyes of how there’s a cabal of people in leadership bent on destroying our country. Thank you! I will make sure elections are secure and that the result represents the will of the people, not those corrupting the system”


  • KS physician Sen Mark Steffen sent a letter to health care providers telling them that the way covid-19 patients are treated has changed and that they will be shielded from Board of Healing Arts interference citing the recent Senate passage of a measure that specifically authorizes doctors to prescribe ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to treat covid-19


  • The Union Cycliste Internationale prevented Emily Bridges, formerly known as Zach, from the women’s British National Omnium Championship after threats of a female boycott arose. [Republican governors have signed legislation into law in recent days banning biological males from women’s sports, including Oklahoma and Arizona. A total of 14 US states have passed legislation banning biological male participation in female sports thus far]


  • The Alabama Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act that bans transgender treatments for minors such as puberty blockers and hormone therapy, has passed and will go to Gov Kay Ivey for signature


  • South Carolina’s Republican-dominated House passed legislation banning males from women’s sports despite Democrats’ stall tactics. “Save Women’s Sports Act,” bans males from female sports in public schools at the secondary and postsecondary levels and allows schools to sue for damages over violations


  • House Bill 1084, the “Protect Students First Act” banning CRT has passed. It also was amended to include setting up an outside oversight committee over the Georgia High School Association -the General Assembly saying that the Georgia High School Association “may” ban transgender girls who play for public schools from competing against other girls. The bill does not explicitly give the association the power to ban from competition transgender girls who play for private schools. A number of private schools are also members of the association
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  • Alabama lawmakers have passed a bill making transgender-related medical procedures for minors including hormone treatment, puberty blockers and gender-reassignment surgery, a felony punishable with up to 10 years in prison [Gov Kay Ivey (R) has not said whether she would sign the bill]


  • Tennessee bill, SB 1944, would allow parents to report books they feel are harmful to their district’s superintendent, removing the schools’ exemption from the law that prohibits showing obscene material to minors, while also holding schools accountable for the increasing reports of sexually explicit literature and images in school materials that parents have complained about to local school board members. The school would then be forced to remove the reported book for 30 days to allow the school board to review the material to deem whether it was acceptable for students to read. If a school district doesn’t comply, then Tennessee’s education commissioner would be able to withhold funding. The bill passed the state House 63 to 24, but did not pass the Tennessee Senate Judiciary Committee with Sen London Lamar (D) asked for the bill to go to summer study. The judiciary committee voted 6-3 to send the bill to summer study


  • Tennessee HB 946, which would have allowed health practitioners to treat minors for the prevention of STDs including the HPV vaccine without parental knowledge or consent has been taken off notice


  • Oklahoma lawmakers overwhelmingly voted to ban abortion and imprison doctors who perform the procedure. Gov Kevin Stitt (R) said he will sign the bill


  • NYC Mayor Eric Adams said he is going to put up ads in Florida to try to convince gay residents to move to New York [will he also remind them they need to wear masks and be vaccinated? As KatieFromTexas tweeted, “If you’re moving out of Florida to New York cause you can’t talk about 3rd graders genitals, you need to register as a sex offender when you get there”]


  • The Ninth District Court of Appeals has ruled that Oberlin College must pay a defamation award of $31 million to Gibson’s Bakery, a 135-year-old family business near the college in Ohio. The school is accused of running the business with false accusations of racism. This centers around a 2016 incident in which the owner’s son confronted three black Oberlin students who were stealing wine from the store. The suspects who stole the wine were arrested and later admitted to shoplifting. But, Oberlin College and key administrators, including the school’s VP and Dean of students, accused the bakery of racial profiling, claimed the bakery owner and other employees assaulted the students, and that the bakery had a history of racism. The jury heard evidence that college officials had distributed flyers containing the false accusations, and encouraged students to boycott and protest the bakery


  • Second-grade teacher Kensey Jones had the idea to try and boost pet adoption rates by giving her students the opportunity to do persuasive writing on behalf of the animals at the Richmond Animal Care and Control. This kind of representation, pinned in colorful drawings and letters to the animals’ crates, was a huge success, and 21 of the 24 hard-to-adopt animals found new homes


  • Trump endorsed Hungarian PM Viktor Orban won a fourth term


  • Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who has ruled since 2012, has won re-election


  • Australian Senator Alex Antic calls out the WEF, “No matter how sophisticated the World Economic Forum tries to make the abolition of private property around the world sound, the fantasies of Karl Marx always lead to the crushing of individuals’ liberties and lives and the expansion of the state’s tyranny and power. It is imperative that we pay close attention to the World Economic Forum and [do] all that we can to preserve liberty and reduce government intrusion in our lives”
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  • According to The Independent, “a coalition of Jamaican politicians, business leaders, doctors and musicians” are pressing for the country to formally sever ties with the [English] monarchy, dropping Queen Elizabeth as Head of State, and change the country’s status from a constitutional monarchy to a republic


  • Belize is planning to remove England’s Queen Elizabeth as its head of state, according to a senior government minister. Last year, Barbados became the world’s newest republic by cutting ties with the British monarchy’s 396-year reign over the island [The Queen is still the head of state in Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines so keep an eye out]


  • Uninhabited Scottish “Anthrax Island,” named after it was contaminated during WW II by scientists carrying out germ warfare experiments ordered by Winston Churchill, goes up in flames. Smoke could be seen billowing from Stornoway more than 10 miles away [let’s see all these NWO haunts decimated]


  • In a court filing Special Counsel John Durham reveals a text message between Sussmann and then-FBI General Counsel James Baker, which shows the Clinton campaign lawyer lied to the FBI. Durham also told the court he plans to present evidence that Sussmann worked with the Clinton campaign, tech executive Rodney Joffe, and others in a joint venture to promote a now-disproven story that Trump had a secret computer channel at the Moscow-based Alfa Bank with the Kremlin to hijack the election. Kash Patel: “Durham has just shown the whole world what major pieces of our Russiagate investigation revealed. Hard evidence, emails and text messages, showing the Clinton Campaign, Fusion GPS, Perkins Coie, Joffe, and the media were all synced in August of 2016 pushing the false Alfa Bank server story, while also all working on the Steele Dossier matter. George Papadopoulos stated on his social media, “This development is all you need to know about where this is going”


  • Elon Musk bought a 9.2% stake in Twitter Inc. purchasing roughly 73.5 million shares, making him the largest shareholder. Twitter said it plans to appoint Musk to its board of directors a day after he disclosed a higher stake in the social-media firm, however Twitter seeks to limit his stake to less than 15% as a condition [make of this what you will]


  • Twitter founder Jack Dorsey via his official Twitter handle wrote, “The days of usenet, irc, the web…even email (w PGP)…were amazing, centralizing discovery and identity into corporations really damaged the internet. I realize I’m partially to blame, and regret it.” Dorsey also raised his concern when the social media giant blocked President Donald Trump. He said, “I do not celebrate or feel pride in our having to ban Donald Trump from Twitter,” while asking: “Was this correct?” [Dorsey is now invested in building an open and fully decentralized Bitcoin mining system]


  • The Grammy Awards averaged 8.93 million viewers


  • Johnny Van Zant, lead vocalist of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and his brother Donnie Van Zant of 38 Special dropped a new song called “Sweet Florida” a special song dedicated to FL Gov Ron DeSantis [ThinMint loves Southern Rock!]


  • Ghislaine Maxwell denied new trial in Jeffrey Epstein sex crime case. She now awaits sentencing for the first trial and awaits a date for the perjury trial


  • Ranking member Rep James Comer from The House Committee on Oversight is calling on Hunter Biden to provide testimony on cobalt mines in Africa, “a metal which is essential in the manufacturing of electric vehicles… Since Hunter is an ‘expert’ in cobalt mining operations, his testimony could shine a light on the importance of the metal”


  • A grand jury that is looking into Hunter Biden, asks a witness to identify just who “the big guy” is, according to the New York Post
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  • Remarks to the Press by First Deputy Permanent Representative Dmitry Polyanskiy regarding US biolabs in Ukraine: “We have been seeking clarification from the US side on the true nature of its bioactivity in Ukraine and explanations with regard to the above-mentioned documents. In particular, we asked to clarify why the US Department of State keeps insisting that the US operates no laboratories in Ukraine, while there is documented proof of Pentagon directly managing these labs, with its sub-contractors implementing projects with deadly bio agents”


  • Republicans from The Committee on The Judiciary send letters to 51 individuals in the intelligence community who signed a public statement attempting to discredit the contents of the New York Post’s reporting about Hunter Biden. The committee asks each one of them to: “Identify all people with whom you communicated about the inception, drafting, editing, signing, publishing, or promotion of the “Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Emails” dated October 19, 2020; and produce all documents and communications referring or relating to the “Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Emails” dated October 19, 2020 [https://republicans-judiciary.house.gov/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/2022-04-06-HJC-GOP-to-IC-Officers-re-Public-Statement-on-Hunter-Biden-Emails.pdf]


  • FL Rep Matt Gaetz (R) introduced the “Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution.” The resolution seeks to indefinitely bar security clearances for 51 intelligence officials who publicly signed a letter decrying the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation


  • BioClandestine did an analysis from a news drop put out by the Office of National Counterintelligence Security which he describes the agency confirming there is a Deep State and that the US gov’t has been infiltrated; and they’re talking about it now because of the Hunter Biden revelations


  • In Kash Patel’s “Accountability Week, Day 5” post he calls out Fiona Hill for lying, and unlawfully getting Trump surveilled based on bogus charges


  • Italian MEP Francesca Donato raises doubt on Ukrainian claims: “Of course, we have what has happened in Bucha, but this is what the Ukrainians have said, but there’s a lot of doubt around the veracity of this. Instead of this, we should send an independent investigative team in order to really look at the real dynamics of the facts and the real responsibility in who has perpetrated against civilians”


  • Fox News Brett Baier asked Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskyy about Azov Battalion shooting POWs. Zelenskyy responded with, “They are what they are.” This segment was live, but has been removed from re-runs


  • NC Rep Greg Murphy (R) introduced a resolution saying that any member of Congress who makes a public statement advocating for defunding the police should not be allowed to use federal funds [taxpayer dollars] to contract private security


  • The Arizona, Missouri and Louisiana Attorney Generals announced they were suing the Biden administration over the decision to end Title 42


  • VP Understudy’s Deputy Chief of Staff Michael Fuchs has announced his resignation in a letter to colleagues


  • Protect the Public’s Trust filed a lawsuit against the Dept of Transportation for refusing to respond to their request for documents related to whether taxpayer money was used to produce “Mayor Pete,” a documentary profiling the DOT secretary currently streaming on Amazon Prime


  • Republican pollster Bill McInturff of Public Opinions Strategy told NBC News that Biden and Democrats “are headed for a catastrophic election… You cannot get down to the low 40s in presidential approval unless you have strained your own base.”


  • Rasmussen Reports reveal 52% said that the Biden presidency has been bad for America. 62% believe that the economy has been worse under Biden


  • According to Rasmussen Reports 42% of Americans want Donald Trump back in office in 2024; those who want Biden back is 28%


  • President Asterisk referred to former First Dude, Big Mike, as a former VP of the United States

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