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Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1

2022 Edition

Good News March 25 April 1 – 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 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 1

  • Public Choice, a peer-reviewed journal specializing in the intersection of economics and political science has accepted John Lott Jr’s research showing President Asterisk received hundreds of thousands of excess votes in Democratic-controlled areas in the 2020 election. Looking at six swing states, the data he crunched found that voter turnout in Republican areas increased from 2016 to 2020; voter turnout among Democrats dropped (except in places where voter fraud was claimed); increased turnout occurred in counties where vote fraud is alleged; in specific precincts where there were fraud accusations that touched each other but where one was inside a Republican-dominant county and the other inside a Democratic-leaning county, he found that in-person voting for the neighboring precincts was about the same, but absentee or mailed balloting tilted toward Democrats in the Democratic precincts


  • According to research presented last week to Wisconsin’s state Assembly’s Committee on Campaigns and Elections by True the Vote, 137,500 ballots were cast through illegal vote trafficking throughout several of Wisconsin’s largest cities in the 2020 election


  • Via Liberty Overwatch: “UncoverDC’s Wendi Strauch Mahoney has corralled the major election integrity efforts by state legislatures into an impressive progress report”: Eight states enacted laws in 2021 and 2022 that impose new or stricter voter ID laws: AR, AZ, FL, GA, IA, MT, TX, and WY / Thirteen states put legislation in place to restrict mail-in voting: AL, AR, AZ, FL, GA, IA, ID, KS, LA, MT, ND, OK, and TX / Iowa appears to be the only state to restrict early voting so far. Every Democrat opposed it / Five states have legislation under consideration that would ban or restrict drop boxes. SC’s H3444 and WI’s S939 have each passed both House and Senate. Drop box related bills have passed the first chamber in GA, AZ, and ID. None have yet been signed into law / Five states tightened voter registration laws and requirements: IA, MT, NH, TX, and UT / Arizona’s House and Senate recently passed a law requiring proof of citizenship when registering to vote. That bill is heading to Gov. Ducey’s desk for final approval / Eighteen states created or expanded legislation related to “election-related crimes”: AZ, AR, CA, FL, GA, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ND, NV, TX, UT, VA, WA, WV, and WY / NJ prohibited certain electioneering activities / HI increased the maximum fine for providing false information to $10K / Eleven states have either banned or severely restricted the acceptance and use of private funds for state and local elections: AZ, AK, FL, GA, ID, KS, MS, ND, OH, TN, and TX / Five states have passed anti-Zuckerbucks legislation that is awaiting a Republican governor’s signature: AL, IN, OK, SD and VA / Ten states strengthened processes related to “ballot return, verification, and curing” that “restrict voter access”: AR, AZ, FL, GA, IA, KS, LA, MT, TX, and UT / Two counties have passed resolutions to eliminate voting machines: Nye County, NV and Rio Blanco County, CO / Texas and Arizona have been two of the most active states in terms of strengthening election integrity laws. Arkansas, Montana, North Dakota, Georgia, and Florida have also made a good showing / Michigan and Pennsylvania have made the least progress


  • A lawsuit against New Mexico Sec of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver and AG Hector Balderas has been filed by election integrity watchdog Voter Reference Foundation to ensure the publication of the state’s voter rolls. Oliver has a past of refusing to release voting records, as she did in 2017 when they were requested by President Trump


  • Arizona State Senator Sonny Borrelli delivered an update on the fight to ban unmonitored drop boxes in Arizona. “Maricopa County said that they had over 923k ballots that were dropped off at the drop boxes. However, documentation can only account for 189,167 ballots which means… over 733k ballots are unaccounted for. All of this evidence have been turned over to the Attorney General Mark Brnovich”


  • The Federal Election Commission (FEC) has fined the DNC and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign for lying about the funding of the discredited Russian dossier used in a smear attempt against Trump weeks before his 2016 presidential victory


  • NE Rep Jeff Fortenberry (R) announces his resignation after he was convicted of lying to federal investigators about an illegal campaign donation from a foreign national


  • A poll distributed by Breitbart News shows former Alaska Dept of Administration commissioner Kelly Tshibaka is leading incumbent Sen Lisa Murkowski in the state’s US Senate race


  • Lonny Koons, a never-Trump Republican running to unseat Rep Elise Stefanik, is caught on video sitting in his car illegally forging petition signatures


  • NY state Supreme Court Justice Patrick McAllister rules the state legislative and congressional maps redrawn by Democrats in NY [were] “unconstitutionally drawn with political bias,” so he blocked them from being used in the midterm elections


  • A confidentiality agreement was signed between the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Moderna shows an agreement to transfer mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates (developed and jointly owned by NIAID and Moderna) to recipients at the University of North Carolina on December 12, 2019. Recall that it wasn’t until December 31st 2019 that the World Health Organization (WHO) became aware of a cluster of viral pneumonia cases in Wuhan, China. Research shows that Moderna did not just apply for a patent on February 4, 2016 with US9587003B2 as reported in the Daily Mail. They applied for 4 patents on December 16th, 2013 with US9149506B2, US9216205B2, US9255129B2, US9301993B2. What did Moderna know that we didn’t?


  • A paper by scientists in India, Switzerland, Italy and the US, titled: “MSH3 Homology and Potential Recombination Link to SARS-CoV-2 Furin Cleavage Site,” shows they calculated the chances of a 19 nucleotide sequence patented by Moderna randomly appearing in covid-19 in circumstances where it does not appear anywhere else in nature are 1 in 3 trillion

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Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 2

  • Following a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by Empower Oversight, we learn from National Institutes of Health (NIH) emails that researchers at China’s Wuhan University requested the NIH delete information about covid-19 genetic sequencing


  • The Public Interest Declassification Board (PIDB) hosted a virtual public meeting. On the agenda: “recommendations for modernizing EO 13526; prioritizing declassification of historically significant records related to the 9/11 Attacks; advocacy for public access to Kennedy Assassination Records postponed from declassification; and progress toward meeting the FY 2022 NDAA requirement to complete a feasibility study on declassifying information on nuclear weapons testing in the Marshall Islands.” According to @JustHuman the takeaways are: 1) Declass is complicated and severely limited by how govt works in general, how the records are catalogued, manpower, lack of a clear and stream lined process; 2) PIDB wants a new EO to address these issues. To speed up declass and FOIA both; 3) PIDB wants agencies to have declass work funded in each agency’s budget; 4) less than 10k JFK related docs are left to be declassed and published. They expect to finish declass and release them all by end of 2022; 5) the NSC is working with PIDB to accomplish declass goals of speeding up the processes and reducing over-classification; 6) seems to be a lot of agreement between political parties, branches of govt, and many agencies on increasing declass, speeding up release, and reducing over-classification; 7) a notable suggestion was to change the way documents are created in the first place so that classification and declassification are easier; 8) suggestions of using AI to help with declass; 9) interesting comments about Space Force being hindered by over-classification and work is being done to address that


  • According to a tracker maintained by Johns Hopkins University, the number of people in US hospitals with covid-19 is at its lowest point since the spring of 2020


  • Lt. Colonel Chambers asserts that he insisted on doing ‘informed consent briefs’ with soldiers. According to him, “out of 3000 soldiers, only 6 took it”


  • PA judge William Mahon ordered the removal of five school board members after Beth Ann Rosica, a parent in the West Chester Area School District who holds a PhD in Education, petitioned the courts to remove board members that voted to make masks mandatory in schools. The petition states that board members are causing children, “… permanent and irreparable harm due to their fabricating, feigning or intentionally exaggerating or including a medical symptom or disease which results in a potentially harmful medical evaluation or treatment to the child and as such, the (school directors) are to be held accountable… created and implemented illegal policies that violate Constitutional rights and, as such, cause irreparable harm”


  • FL Gov Ron DeSantis announced that the state would be leading 20 others in a multi-state lawsuit against the Biden administration in regards to their unlawful public transportation mask mandate that was recently extended into next month. “If politicians and celebrities can attend the Super Bowl unmasked, every US citizen should have the right to fly unmasked. It is well past time to get rid of this unnecessary mandate…” Joining the effort is Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia, and West Virginia


  • Hawaii’s safe travels is coming to an end after nearly two years. Proof of a negative covid test or covid vaccination will no longer be required to avoid a five-day quarantine when entering the state
Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 3

  • According to Travel Off Path, 22 countries have removed entry requirements (No pre-departure test, no on arrival test, no post-arrival test, no quarantine, no proof of vaccination, no health forms or covid questionnaires): Mexico, Dominican Republic, Norway, Iceland, Slovenia, Bahrain, Jordan, Ireland, Hungary, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Montenegro, Curaçao, England, Aruba, Maldives, Mongolia, Moldova, Gabon, Yemen, Costa Rica, Sweden


  • Dr Paul Alexander said that, “Pfizer offered me $1 million, $50,000 month wage to stop writing and hammering them and Bourla…”


  • CIA Director William Burns vaccinated and boosted is infected with covid-19 [wakey, wakey!]


  • US District Court Judge Reed O’Connor issued an order that grants a request to broaden a lawsuit against the Defense Department to include over 4k Navy service members who have requested a religious exemption from the covid vaccine mandate. “Here, the potential class members have suffered the ‘same injury,’ arising from violations of their constitutional rights. Each has submitted a religious accommodation request, and each has had his request denied, delayed, or dismissed on appeal… By resolving the Navy Class’s common questions, this Court may provide relief to all service members in the class and subclasses… Even though their personal circumstances may factually differ in small ways, the threat is the same: get the jab or lose your job” [prohibits the Navy from punishing a sailor because of his/her vaccination status]


  • A graph from the Virginia Department of Health charting newly reported covid-19 cases in Virginians aged 0-19 reveals that covid cases have dropped by 93% since Gov Youngkin’s EO restoring parental rights went into effect. Youngkin later signed a bill passed by the state’s legislature that made face freedom in schools the law of the land


  • [Mixed bag] Italy ends covid-19 state of emergency; the “green pass” is no longer needed for citizens to access public services, banks, hotels, post offices, hairdressers, cafes, restaurants shopping malls and shops. Until April 30, citizens will need to wear a mask and have a vaccination certificate to be able to watch theatrical performances and film screenings indoors. The vaccination certificate remains mandatory to go to weddings, celebrations, birthdays, discos, clubs. In the case of indoor sports facilities, the pass remains in force, while in stadiums and other open facilities, entry will be allowed upon presentation of a negative diagnostic test. Employees can enter all workplaces with a vaccination certificate and a simple test. This change also applies to citizens over the age of 50, for whom vaccination was mandatory. From now on, it will be enough to wear a surgical mask in the workplace. Until the end of the year, the mandatory vaccination against covid-19 remains in force for employees in hospitals and nursing homes


  • The Ruby Princess, reported covid-19 infections on board the ship before docking in San Francisco. Covid positive individuals were “isolated and quarantined while monitored and cared for by our shipboard medical team.” Passengers who did not complete their isolation period were “provided with accommodations ashore to hotels coordinated in advance for isolation and quarantine” if they could not return home. Princess Cruises confirmed that 100% of those on board were vaccinated against covid-19, in accordance with the company’s “Current Health Protocols for Cruises.” The operator did not advise at which point the virus was detected on the ship [goodness! What will it take for the sleepyheads to question the narratives?!]


  • California Republican lawmaker Kevin Kiley (Rocklin) has introduced AB 1708 to repeal the state’s sanctuary law
Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 4

  • Senator Malcolm Roberts (Australia) on the senate floor with covid under question inquiry: “The truth is the Select Committee on covid-19 has been running a protection racket for the pharmaceutical industry, and today’s vote proves it. This unprecedented betrayal of the Australian people must be referred immediately to a royal commission. To the Prime Minister, the health minister, the federal health department and all those in the Senate and the House of Representatives—all of you who have perpetrated this crime—I direct one question: how the hell do you expect to get away with it? We’re not going to let you get away with it. We won’t let you get away with it. We are coming for you. We have the stamina to hound you down and we damn well will”


  • 18-month-old Eddie received CPR from his neighbor, Katie Bailey -a nurse and cancer center manager at Genesis Medical Center, after falling into a retention pond near his home. After being airlifted to Iowa City for treatment, Eddie is doing great


  • FL Gov Ron DeSantis signed HB 1467, which requires school districts to be transparent in the selection of instructional materials, including library and reading materials. Additionally, the bill sets 12-year term limits for school board members


  • FL Gov DeSantis hints at repealing Disney’s self-governing status in Florida. “You should not have one organization that is able to dictate policy in all these different realms, and they have done that for many, many years. And if that stops now, which it should, that would be a good thing for Florida” [most of us are aware of the child-sex trafficking connection with Disney, but if you have sleepyheads in your life and are looking for a way to introduce some of the vileness of Disney, I recommend Peter Schweizer’s book, Disney: the Mouse Betrayed. It’s not all inclusive -just a good starting point]


  • Another racist hoax exposed: two black female students at Rosemont High School in Sacramento, CA are the culprits who wrote racist graffiti on the school walls. The sheriff’s office said it is consulting with the DA’s office to determine whether or not to pursue criminal charges


  • Bank of America filed lawsuits against radical Portland City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty who has been ordered by a Multnomah County judge to pay over $16k in overdue debt after failing to show up in court


  • BLM-Antifa criminal Malik Fard Muhammad, pled guilty in federal court after repeatedly and intentionally jeopardizing the lives of police officers, destroying public property, and encouraging others to commit violence during the 2020 BLM riots in Portland, OR according to the Justice Dept. In April 2021, Mailk was arrested and a grand jury handed down 28 indictments including first and second-degree attempted murder, attempted aggravated murder, unlawful manufacture of a destructive device, and unlawful use of a weapon


  • Prominent Maine politician and mega-donor 75-year-old Eliot Cutler was arrested and charged with possession of child pornography. Each of the four counts carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison. DA Matthew Foster said that more charges were expected to be filed against Cutler


  • Fourth grade teacher Andrew Bert Hammond from the McMinnville Elementary School in Oregon, has been charged with four counts of communication with a minor for immoral purposes, second-degree attempted rape of a child, and third-degree attempted rape of a child


  • Judson Middle School teacher Dean Wright is under investigation by local police after he allegedly sent a nude photograph to a student. Wright has been a proponent of critical race theory and equity initiatives. He has posted videos to TikTok, in one video he said that he was most proud of “normalizing using pronouns in introductions in my classroom”
Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 5

  • FL Gov Ron DeSantis signed Florida’s anti-grooming bill into law. The measure, known as the “Parental Rights in Education” bill, is a classroom instruction ban on age-inappropriate teachings of “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” for children in kindergarten through third grade statewide. Democrats and Hollywood critics falsely labeled it “Don’t Say Gay” legislation. “If the people who held up degenerates like Harvey Weinstein as exemplars and as heroes and as all that, if those are the types of people that are opposing us on parents’ rights, I wear that like a badge of honor,” DeSantis said


  • AZ Gov Doug Ducey signed three bills into law that restrict abortions (bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, except for medical emergencies and doctors who carry out abortions beyond 15 weeks face a class 6 felony charge and if convicted could spend a year in prison and lose their license to practice medicine); limit gender reassignment surgeries (bars gender reassignment surgery until the age of 18, but it doesn’t prohibit prescriptions that those under age 18 may be taking to alter the characteristics of their biological sex); and block transgender athletes from participating in female sports (requires all athletes at Arizona public schools, colleges, universities and any competing private schools to participate in sports teams according to their biological sex)


  • OK Gov Kevin Stitt signs transgender athlete ban into law. The new law will require the parent or guardian of a student who competes on a sports team to sign an affidavit acknowledging their child’s biological gender at birth. A student-athlete will only be allowed to play on the sports team associated with the gender assigned at their birth, even if they currently identify as another sex and have undergone hormone therapy


  • PA’s the “Save Women’s Sports Act” which seeks to prevent men pretending to be women from participating in women’s school sports passed the House Education Committee. Pathetic PA Gov Wolf says if this bill passes, he will immediately veto it


  • 88 year-old actress Joan Collins in a NY Times interview: “What’s wrong with mother? What’s wrong with woman? Girl? I don’t like having that word taken away.” She went on to say that in the wake of the “Me Too” movement there’s been a rise of anti-maleness. “Sadly, I think that now young men are suffering from being labeled toxically masculine because of this rise of anti-maleness”


  • The office of Texas AG Ken Paxton is demanding documents from the manufacturers of puberty-blocking drugs as part of an investigation probing whether they have engaged in practices that violate state law. Requested of the drug manufacturers include: documents sufficient to identify all hormone blocker products that you sell, market, or distribute or have sold, marketed, or distributed from January 1, 2019, to the present; evidence of any investigations and lawsuits filed against them because of “representations made by you about the safety or effectiveness of your hormone blocker products or hormone blockers generally for the treatment of gender dysphoria;” all peer-reviewed articles that “in any way relates to any of your hormone blocker products” and all documents “concerning misuse, adverse events, side effects, and/or injury from your hormone blocker products;” correspondences with healthcare providers in Texas regarding the drugs, marketing and sales plans, and training materials for their employees


  • Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marija Zakharova has published a timeline of US-Ukraine bioresearch
Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 6

  • Conservative leadership candidate and veteran MP Pierre Poilievre led a chant at a rally Kitchener, Ontario calling for the defunding of the Canadian Broadcast Corporation. He’s also committed to a blockchain economy as leader and Prime Minister. Poilievre said, “Canada needs less financial control for politicians and bankers and more financial freedom for the people. That includes the freedom to own and use crypto, tokens, smart contracts, and decentralized finance. The Blockchain economy is about more than new forms of cash. It’s also about decentralizing control of our economic decisions. A Poilievre government would welcome this new, decentralized, bottom-up economy and allow people to take control of their money from bankers and politicians. It would expand choice and lower the costs of financial products, and create thousands of jobs for engineers, programmers, coders, and other entrepreneurs.” Poilievre is committing to rejecting a China-style crackdown by ensuring cryptocurrencies remain legal for payment among two agreeing parties [worth watching him carefully in the coming months]


  • Alberta, Canada journalist Keean Bexte reports: “Justin Trudeau has quit sharing his planned trips ahead of time to minimize protests. He flew to Vancouver without notice, and British Columbians organized a massive demonstration outside his hotel within hours. People really hate Trudeau”


  • Glenn Greenwald reported that in France, 31% of supporters of the left-wing candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon say that in the event of a run-off between Macron and LePen they’d vote for LePen. 28% say they’d vote for Macron. 41% say they wouldn’t vote


  • In September 2020, Reps Grassley (IA) and Johnson (WI) released a report, “Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on US Government Policy and Related Concerns.” Reps Grassley and Johnson were on the Senate floor this week exposing more of the Biden Crime Family™ including financial records


  • A Washington Post review confirmed many of the key details in the Grassley/Johnson report and found additional documents showing Biden family interactions with Chinese executives


  • FL Rep Matt Gaetz (R) Tweeted he got the hard drive of Hunter Biden’s laptop entered into the Congressional Record


  • A new report from The Wall Street Journal covers Federal authorities gathering information from several of Hunter Biden’s associates about his foreign income, including from Ukraine and China, a scheme to avoid paying taxes, and his drug abuse


  • Trump urges Putin to release details of Hunter Biden business dealings


  • CNN has finally admitted that Hunter Biden’s laptop is authentic


  • GOP House Judiciary launch investigation into Twitter and Facebook following new reports on Hunter Biden’s laptop


  • Asa Saint Clair, close associate of Nancy Pelosi’s son Paul Pelosi Jr, has been convicted of wire fraud for his role in running a scam called the World Sports Alliance, which Paul represented in the country of Ukraine. Saint Clair now faces 20 years in prison when he goes up for sentencing in July, giving him plenty of time to flip on his associates


  • CNN’s Tara John and Tim Lister outline Ukraine’s neo-Nazi ties are still present


  • Per the Washington Post, Alexei Arestovich, adviser to Ukrainian leader Zelensky, stated that “international humanitarian laws or the laws of war don’t apply in this conflict” when discussing why the Ukrainian Armed Forces place military equipment in civilian areas [wonder how ordinary folk will react to this nugget]


  • During an interview with Just the News President Donald Trump said he is uninterested in taking over as House speaker. “A lot of people bring it up… No, it’s not something I want to do. I want to look at what’s happening, and then we’re going to be doing something else…”
Good News March 25 April 1 – 2022 Edition – ThinMint

Good News March 25 April 1 – Part 7

  • Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg has indefinitely suspended his department’s criminal investigation into President Trump and his business, Trump Organization, according to a resignation letter from one of his top prosecutors Mark Pomerantz. One source familiar with the investigation claimed the case against Trump was political and fueled by the former president’s political enemies and told Fox News that Pomerantz “shouldn’t have been in the DA’s office in the first place.” [Before joining Vance’s office, Pomerantz was at the New York law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. He took leave from the firm last year to join Vance’s office to investigate Trump’s financial dealings. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s brother, Robert Schumer, is a partner at the firm. Pomerantz donated to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign]


  • The 9th Circuit Court issues another ruling in the “Stormy Daniels” case: awarding Trump $245,209.67 for his fees incurred in her appeal


  • A Gallup poll shows 17% of respondents in March listed inflation and the high cost of living as the most important problem facing the country today. Last month it was 10% and it was 8% in January. 22% say the government and poor leadership as the most important problem facing the country. Another notable change is those citing covid-19 a concern. In January it was 20%; in February it was 13%; and in March it was 3%


  • NBC poll: 52% disapprove of how the Russia/Ukraine conflict is being handled. 63% disapprove handling of economy. Top Issues for Americans: cost of living and jobs/economy


  • More numbers from a NBC poll: 71% have just some or very little confidence in Biden’s ability to respond to war;
    57% think we are already at war or will be at war with Russia within a year; 68% would rather have Biden make the economy his top priority; 55% disapprove of his overall job performance


  • The Correctional Tribunal of Paris announced [last week] that it would hear former President of Albania Sali Berisha’s claim that Sec of State Antony Blinken defamed his reputation by declaring him persona non-grata. In May 2021, Blinken announced that Berisha and his immediate family members would be ineligible for entry into the US, declaring Berisha corrupt. Berisha is known for standing against communism, and condemned Blinken’s remarks, tying the State Dept with working George Soros’s Open Society. Blinken’s parents, Vera and Donald have repeatedly donated to Open Society, and created a permanent endowment at a European-based data archive that carries their name, “The Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives”


  • WH Spin Doctor Jen Psaki will be stepping down by May


  • President Asterisk was seen holding a “cheat sheet” during a press conference


  • More and more public discussions concerning President Asterisk’s cognitive decline are being aired

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