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Good News March 11 March 18 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

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2022 Edition

Good News March 11 March 18 – 2022 Edition – By ThinMint

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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Good News March 11 March 18 – Part 1

  • Possessing more than two ballots in Florida will become a felony under a bill passed by state lawmakers. Under the bill, election supervisors would have to cull voter rolls every year rather than every two years. Switching the party registration of a voter without the person’s authorization would bring a $1k fine. The legislation would also establish a first-of-its-kind elections police force for the US [definitely want more info on the latter].


  • As of March 2022, 16 states have banned or restricted the use of private funds for election offices and 6 governors (all Democrats) have vetoed potential bans. Kansas’s legislature overrode its governor’s veto. Many states are currently considering bans [to see which states, visit https://capitalresearch.org/article/states-banning-zuck-bucks/]


  • An unnamed whistleblower recorded and turned over to the Delaware County District Attorney’s office at least three videos showing attorneys and election workers discussing the destruction of evidence and actually destroying evidence to prevent it from being used in an ongoing Pennsylvania election lawsuit against Delaware County, PA on allegations that it lost many thousands of ballots from the 2020 election and that thousands of mail-in and absentee ballots were shredded by a voting machine and that the county is covering all of this up


  • Nye County (NV) commissioners voted unanimously to recommend the county clerk ditch electronic voting machines and move to all-paper, hand-counted elections for both the 2022 primary and general elections


  • Republican lawmakers in at least six states (Arizona, Colorado, Missouri, New Hampshire, Washington and West Virginia) have introduced legislation that would require all election ballots to be counted by hand instead of electronic tabulators


  • An elector in Madison, WI filed a complaint against Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl, accusing them of election bribery after making a deal with Center for Tech and Civic Life to facilitate in-person and absentee voting within their city, violating Wisconsin Statutes 12.11’s prohibition on election bribery


  • A survey by Apartment List survey found that the younger the participant, the more likely they were to oppose remote work. The survey finds that more than any other generation, 62% of Boomer remote workers believe working from home is “extremely desirable” going forward. 54% of remote workers from Generation X agree, as do just over half of all Millennial remote workers. Generation Z is the only group in which a majority of workers feel differently; among this youngest batch of remote workers who were ages 25 or younger at the time of our survey, 36% said remote work is “extremely” desirable, 27% described it as “very” desirable, 28% as “somewhat” desirable, and the remaining 9% as “not so” or “not at all” desirable [make of this as you will]


  • The World-Wide Rally For Freedom 7.0 is scheduled for Saturday, March 19th, uniting with more than 150 cities around the world


  • Kentucky US Sen Rand Paul (R) introduced an amendment to eliminate Dr. Anthony Fauxi’s position as the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and replace it with three separate national research institutes [UPDATE: The Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions voted 17–5 to reject the measure, which was a proposed amendment to S 3799, the PREVENT Pandemics Act]


  • Republican Sen Mitt Romney (UT) recently joined Democratic colleagues on the Health, Labor, Education, and Pensions Committee to approve a rule that keeps in place a mask mandate for toddlers involved in the federal Head Start early learning program [his true colors continue to be exposed]

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  • Liberal comedian Trevor Noah and host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show said this week: “Restrictions are being lifted so quickly that things are getting a little confusing. Right here in NYC Mayor Eric Adams had lifted the rule that you had to be vaccinated to attend indoor events, but there is still a rule that you have to be vaccinated to go to your workplace. So if someone’s job is at an indoor event, they can’t go to work, but they can show up to work to watch their colleagues do their thing. I don’t care like how covid-compliant you are, s**t like this makes zero sense. Can we agree on that?” [they’re finally starting to figure it out]


  • According to a state audit, under former NY Gov Andrew Cuomo the state’s health agency undercounted at least 4,100 covid-related nursing home deaths. Conducted by state comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, he says, “Our audit findings are extremely troubling. The public was misled by those at the highest level of state government through distortion and suppression of the facts when New Yorkers deserved the truth.” The report found that the NY Dept of Health failed to meet federal directives to inspect for infection control problems, reporting on only 20% of facilities between March and May 2020, compared to over 90% for other states. NY State Atty Gen Letitia James said the audit supported her own January 2021 investigation into allegations of the Cuomo administration undercounting covid nursing home deaths


  • Moscow lifts mask mandates, temperature checks of employees and social distance rules


  • The CDC’s covid Data Tracker had presented a misleading impression prior to the fix that children were dying at a sharply amplified rate amid the omicron surge earlier this year. The tool had reported 1,755 all-time deaths from children ages 0 to 17, with 738 of the deaths occurring during the first 10 weeks of 2022. After the CDC resolved the coding error, the pediatric death figure reported on its covid Data Tracker dropped to 1,339 all-time deaths, a reduction of 23.7% across all demographic categories


  • The New Hampshire House passed HB 1022, allowing the state’s pharmacists to dispense ivermectin over the counter, without a prescription and prevents New Hampshire medical licensing boards from disciplining doctors for prescribing the drug. It now moves to the Senate


  • Per a Dr Joseph Mercola article, data from independent researchers and insurance companies recording all-cause death rates show the number who have died in 2021 after the release of the vaccine far exceeds the all-cause death rate in 2020 during the height of the infection [the deaths are tragic, of course; this is about the truth being revealed]


  • JPMorgan Chase & Co will resume hiring unvaccinated individuals, the bank said in an internal memo. The bank is also dropping the mask mandate in it offices for all employees. Mandatory testing for unvaccinated staffers, asking employees to report covid-19 infection and associated contact tracing and notifications will be discontinued


  • Naomi Wolf shared her latest bombshell from her investigation into the Pfizer vaccine documents on the War Room. Naomi’s team of investigators, doctors and attorneys identified several US government documents that confirm that Pfizer was adding varying amounts of active ingredient to their experimental covid vaccines. According to the data, the range of dangerous active ingredient went from 3μg, to 10μg, to 30μg, to 100μg depending on the batch they happened to inject you with. As Naomi mentioned, this ties in directly with the website “How Bad Is My Batch” that was created so you could track how many adverse reaction incidents were linked to the vaccine batch you were given. Now there is proof via AMA documents that they are distributing different doses of the active ingredient in the covid vaccines based on batch number
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Good News March 11 March 18 – Part 3

  • US Senate votes 57-40 to pass Rand Paul’s bill SJ Res 37 to end transportation and airplane mask mandate. Sen Mitt Romney (UT) was the only Republican Senator to oppose the measure, while eight Democrats crossed the aisle to join Republicans in passing it


  • UCSF Professor Aditi Bhargava just got approval for her independently funded PROVES study: People’s Response to covid-19 Vaccine Efficacy and Safety. The more people who fill out the survey, the more accurate the results. The goal is to survey 2.5 million people globally [https://ucsf.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_e3RQj7iP7cHGozs]


  • The Lancet has published a report that the covid PCR provides false positives because of people’s own exosomes. The authors are saying they never isolated the virus, away from all other sources of genetic material, and that they never had a virus isolate when developing the PCR test so they invented the virus genome on a computer [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/355972541_The_Lancet_Respiratory_Medicine_Role_of_exosomes_in_false-positive_covid-19_PCR_tests]. In a paper by Corman and Drosten, who developed the PCR test (primers) for Sars-CoV-2, they admit that the test was developed in the absence of virus isolates [https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6988269/]


  • Preliminary data from the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) database for just the first two months of 2022 suggests an alarming spike in heart problems stemming from the covid19 vaccines. On the problem of under-reporting, a 2010 report submitted to the US Dept of Health & Human Services’ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) warned that VAERS caught “fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse events” [exposed]


  • The use of the Emergencies Act to halt trucker protests over vaccine mandates in Canada sparks legal challenges. The province of Alberta will proceed with its request for a judicial review of the federal government’s use of the Emergencies Act. The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) announced that it plans to sue the federal government over its decision to invoke the Emergencies Act in response to trucker protests and blockades


  • Monica Cannon-Grant, a prominent Black Lives Matter activist in Boston, and her husband Clark Grant, were charged in an 18-count federal indictment. They are accused of defrauding donors, lying on a mortgage application, and illegally collecting pandemic-related unemployment funds


  • Missouri Atty Gen Eric Schmitt filed the lawsuit after the Missouri School Boards Association refused to hand over information about its role in the Biden administration’s “domestic terrorism” smear campaign against concerned parents. The lawsuit also alleges that the MSBA concealed information about critical race theory in Missouri schools and details about its instructions for districts to oppose state laws banning mask mandates in schools. As a result of MSBA’s lack of cooperation, Schmitt demanded that the court order that any relevant records be turned over to the public and asked that the MSBA be penalized for knowingly violating the law


  • Another racist hoax revealed. A colored student at Warner Robins High School posted signs above water fountains: “whites here” sign above one and a “colored here” sign above the other. Walter Stephens, executive director for school operations, said the culprit was swiftly handled


  • A Morning Consult/Politico poll asking Americans if they supported “limiting lessons on sexual orientation and gender identity after third grade to ‘age appropriate’ discussions,” 52% said they did. When asked if they supported a ban on teaching sexual orientation and gender identity from kindergarten through third grade, 51% said they did
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Good News March 11 March 18 – Part 4

• Transgender swimmer Lia Thomas, a biological male who identifies as a female, won the women’s 500-yard freestyle at the NCAA championships. When Thomas finished the race, someone in the crowd shouted, “He’s a man!” while some spectators began a “protect girls’ sports” chant. As the swimmers stood on the podium and an announcer named them, the crowd gave second-place finisher Emma Weyant of the University of Virginia decidedly loud cheers and applause. Right afterward, when Thomas’ name was announced, the cheers died down noticeably along with quite a bit of booing. Someone yelled, “Cheater!”


  • Tennessee State Republicans began advancing another pro-life measure banning all abortions and allowing private citizens to file civil lawsuits against anyone who helps someone else get the procedure after six weeks into pregnancy


  • Missouri proposes an amendment to several abortion-related bills in the state legislature, allowing private citizens to sue anyone who helps a Missouri resident obtain an abortion out-of-state. Under Rep Mary Coleman’s proposal, anyone who drives a woman across state lines to an abortion clinic, pays for their procedure or travel costs, helps a woman secure insurance coverage for the operation, promotes out-of-state abortions on a billboard, or otherwise “aids or abets” the action is liable to be sued


  • A missing Baton Rouge 8-month-old is safe and sound after spending the night in an open field where authorities say his mother abandoned him


  • Republican MN gubernatorial candidate Dr. Scott Jensen, a former state senator and a critic of lockdowns, announces his running mate in the 2022 elections Matt Birk, former player for the Minnesota Vikings and Baltimore Ravens who is a pro-life, Catholic father of eight. Birk is outspoken in his support for life and Biblical marriage and is skeptical about the abortion-tainted covid vaccine. Birk famously declined to meet with pro-abortion President Barack Obama in 2013 after the Ravens won the Super Bowl


  • American pastor Corrigan Clay has been arrested and is being prosecuted by the Justice Department’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section for “engaging in illicit sexual conduct” with a child while living in Haiti. Clay adopted two Haitian orphans and started the Apparent Project, a non-profit charity organization visited and supported by former US President Bill Clinton. In a since-deleted blog post from Clay in 2012: “Donna Karen, The Gap, Macy’s Chan Luu, and Disney have marketed our jewelry, and our celebrity clients have included Bill Clinton, Oprah, Rainn Wilson, Olivia Wilde, Maria Bello, Petra Nemcova, Ben Stiller, and Kim Kardashian”


  • The Texas Health and Human Services Commission issued an immediate shutdown of The Refuge, a shelter for female foster kids, after nine staff members are accused of sexual and physical abuse, neglectful supervision, medical neglect and trafficking the children in their care. Gov. Greg Abbott said the Texas Rangers will investigate, arrest and pursue charges against any suspects related to the Refuge allegations. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement that his human trafficking task force will collaborate with the Texas Rangers in the investigation


  • “Operation March Sadness 2,” a six-day undercover operation saw more than 100 people arrested. Among the 108 people arrested was Daniel Peters, a retired Cook County Illinois judge who was charged with soliciting a prostitute. “The arrests of a human trafficker and four child predators alone makes this whole operation worthwhile,” Polk County [Florida] Sheriff Grady Judd said


  • Ousted CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is demanding $125 million from the news network claiming he was unjustifiably fired and asked for compensation for the loss of future wages. In the complaint filed, Cuomo throws his former colleague, Don Lemon under the bus as well
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Good News March 11 March 18 – Part 5

  • A multi-national team of experts on an expedition to survey a dense cloud forest in Rwanda found the Hill’s horseshoe bat, thought to be extinct for 40 years. The pair of Hill’s horseshoe bats were found back in 2019, but scientists are just divulging the details now, having confirmed the species


  • The US Senate unanimously passed the “Sunshine Protection Act,” which would make Daylight Savings Time permanent and eliminate the century-old tradition of changing the clocks twice a year


  • The Australian firm Hysata has invented a totally new electrolyzer to expand use of hydrogen fuel [for more info check out: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-28953-x]


  • Researchers have developed a portable, artificially intelligent olfactory system, or “e-nose,” that could someday diagnose Parkinson’s disease in a doctor’s office. Scientists discovered that people with PD secrete increased sebum (an oily, waxy substance produced by the skin’s sebaceous glands), along with increased production of yeast, enzymes, and hormones, which combine to produce certain odors. Researchers developed an e-nose, combining GC with a surface acoustic wave sensor—which measures gaseous compounds through their interaction with a sound wave—and machine learning algorithms


  • Research from the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI) in Ireland have uncovered a new approach for treating severe asthma. Luke O’Neill, lead investigator and Professor of Biochemistry at Trinity, said, “We have found that a molecule made by our own bodies, called Itaconate, can suppress key events that promote asthma by targeting an important immune protein called JAK1. By shutting off JAK1 we have shown remarkable efficacy in lab-based models of asthma”


  • The number of apprehensions of Venezuelan migrants illegally crossing the US-Mexico border has dropped 88% from December to February because Mexico stopped allowing Venezuelans to fly into the country without a visa. In December 2021, 24,805 Venezuelans were stopped by authorities on the southern border. That figure dropped to 3,072 in February


  • Customs and Border Protection recently arrested a male after discovering nearly $300k worth of methamphetamine and fentanyl pills hidden in his car’s floorboard


  • Ohio Gov Mike DeWine signed legislation (Senate Bill 215) that allows people in the state to carry concealed handguns without permits or prior training. It will go into effect 90 days after being signed into law and will allow people 21 or older to carry a concealed firearm unless they are prohibited from doing so by state or federal law. With the passing of this law, Ohio became the 23rd state in the country to allow permit-less concealed carry


  • The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office said it’s declining to issue charges after reviewing the police investigation regarding a mother and son who claimed self-defense in the fatal shooting of a home intruder in Minneapolis last month


  • A grand jury has declined to bring charges against Officer Nicholas Reardon, the Columbus police officer who fatally shot 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant last year after responding to a domestic dispute call in April 2021 where he was forced to fatally shoot Bryant as she attacked another girl with a knife [tragic all-around, of course]


  • A Houston homeowner attempts to retreat from an intruder but the thug continued to follow the homeowner with a knife in a threatening manner. “The homeowner discharges his firearm one time, striking the individual,” a detective told a local news station. The intruder was taken to a hospital where he died of injuries


  • Second gentleman Doug Emhoff has tested positive for covid-19. VP Understudy and Emhoff both received their first dose of the Moderna covid-19 vaccine weeks before taking office and their second dose just days after Inauguration Day in 2021. They received booster shots in late October [wakey-wakey!]
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Good News March 11 March 18 – Part 6

  • A copy of a 2019 FBI audit obtained by The Washington Times revealed an internal probe conducted by the FBI shows that agents violated their own rules at least 747 times in 18 months related to investigations involving politicians, candidates, religious groups, the news media and others. This include matters such as agents failing to gain approval from senior bureau officials to start an investigation, agents failure to document a necessary legal review occurring before they opened an investigation, and agents failure to tell prosecutors what they were doing, agents pursuing political agendas, and the inclusion of bogus information in Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrant applications. The audit was discovered because of litigation a Cato Institute senior fellow brought against the FBI for access to government records. These cases totaled less than half the total number of such cases, indicating the FBI has a bigger problem than the audit shows. Some federal lawmakers are also seeking answers about the FBI’s issues as well, with House Oversight Committee members asking on Monday for a new review on how the FBI conducts domestic operations


  • German prosecutors have formally charged former Wirecard CEO Markus Braun and two other executives with fraud while former CIO Jan Marsalek remains a fugitive from justice. Prosecutors said that ex-CEO Braun signed off on financial reports despite knowing they had been faked, the firm booked nonexistent revenue it attributed to multiple partnerships, mostly in Asia and the Philippines in particular, and used fake documents to purportedly show the firm had money that it ultimately did not


  • Five defendants have been charged with various crimes related to efforts by the secret police of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) to stalk, harass and spy on Chinese nationals residing in Queens, New York, and elsewhere in the United States. Fan “Frank” Liu, Matthew Ziburis and Shujun Wang were arrested in the Eastern District of New York. The other two defendants remain at large


  • Russia’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that their reciprocal sanctions are barring US officials from entering Russia: President Asterisk, Hunter Biden, Hillary Clinton, Antony Blinken, Lloyd Austin, Mark Milley, William Joseph Burns, Jen Psaki, Jake Sullivan, Daleep Singh, Samantha Jane Power, Adewale Adeyemo, and Reta Jo Lewis


  • During a speech that was broadcast live on Russian television, Vladimir Putin slammed Russian oligarchs fleeing to Israel as a “fifth column” of “national traitors” who see themselves as a “superior race” and “cannot make do without foie gras, oysters or gender freedom as they call it.” In his speech he blamed the ‘western ruling elite’ for creating the economic hardships impacting people in Europe and the United States. “The truth is that the problems faced by millions of people in the West are the result of many years of actions by the ruling elite of your respective countries, their mistakes, and short-sighted policies and ambitions. This elite is not thinking about how to improve the lives of their citizens in Western countries. They are obsessed with their own self-serving interests and super profits”


  • The Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia has asked a court to designate [Facebook’s] Meta Platforms Inc as an extremist organization for terrorist activity after the social media giant announced it would allow calls for violence against Russian leaders and soldiers


  • The New York Times published a story verifying key elements of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop in a Delaware computer repair shop the paper once dismissed. The Times authenticated the laptop emails and admitted that then VP Biden attended a meeting in 2015 that a Burisma executive was slated to attend


  • Atty Clint Lancaster representing the mother of Hunter Biden’s three-year-old daughter, said the president’s son will likely be indicted in a tax fraud investigation based on what [he] saw in his financial records
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Good News March 11 March 18 – Part 7

  • During the House Democrats’ retreat in Philadelphia, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and NY Rep Sean Patrick Maloney issued an admonition: “The problem is not the voters, the problem is us.” He told the New York Post that, “Democrats [need] to embrace Biden’s style”


  • President Asterisk referred to VP Understudy as the first lady during a press conference Tuesday


  • DARPA, a Pentagon agency, has denied any role in attributing the 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee to Russia after an email indicated special counsel Durham’s team asked a computer expert who had researched Trump-Russia collusion claims about it [“the lady doth protest too much]


  • President Asterisk’s pick to the Federal Reserve board, Sarah Bloom Raskin, has withdrawn herself from consideration after WV Sen Joe Manchin (D) doomed her prospects of moving forward to the position


  • A new store called “Let’s Go Brandon,” full of merchandise for Donald Trump and against President Joe Biden, opened in New Jersey. The merchandise in the store includes apparel, posters, and flags. Its storefront, in Tom’s River, New Jersey, is not the first of its kind. A store by the same name has franchises in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Connecticut. These franchises have advertised their stores on YouTube, seemingly without incident or censorship


  • A new poll by former Clinton pollster Douglas Schoen found that Democrats are likely to face “substantial losses” in this year’s midterms, and that the party is “ineffective and out of touch.” 54% of likely voters, including 56% of independents, explicitly say that they want Biden and Democrats to move closer to the center and embrace more moderate policies versus embracing more liberal policies. 61% also agree that Biden and Democrats are “out of touch with hardworking Americans” and “have been so focused on catering to the far-left wing of the party that they’re ignoring Americans’ day to day concerns” such as rising prices and combatting violent crime. The top issue for voters is inflation (which sits at its highest level in 40 years) according to 51% of respondents, followed by the economy and job creation (32%). Yet, just 16% of voters believe the economy is Biden’s main focus, and trust Republicans over Democrats to manage it (47% vs 41%) and control inflation (48% vs 36%)


  • According to an ABC News/Ipsos poll, a record high of 70% of the general public said they disapprove of Biden’s response to inflation. The poll also found that that Biden has an all-time disapproval high of 58% with regards to his handling of the post-pandemic economic recovery. 70% are also unhappy with how Biden is handling the surges in gas prices


  • A recent Trafalgar Group poll, 77.3% of likely general election voters think that in the wake of the Russian incursion into Ukraine, President Asterisk should make boosting US energy production a priority. 88.6% of Republicans, 77.6% Independents and 67% of Democrats felt that way

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