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Good News October 29 – November 5

2021 Edition

Good News October 29 November 5 – 2021 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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Mesa County, Colorado 2020 election results (saved by County Clerk Tina Peters) have been reviewed: 1) The accurate final vote for Mesa County cannot be determined based on the review; 2) Persons unknown altered data from the election and at least 5,500 ballots were processed differently than the other ballots in the county making them ineligible; 3) For some unknown reason, new adjudication and tabulation databases were created for most of the ballots processed in the county. The 5,500 ballots were not included in this activity; 4) In the new databases, adjudicated cases decreased in half, from nearly 10% to near 5%. There was no explanation from the county for this significant decrease; 5) There is no way of confirming that the new database included the exact same results from the original database; 6) Log files were purged almost daily which is illegal since election files must be maintained for 22 months after the election; 7) There is evidence the election machines can connect to the server and evidence SQL was accessible to make material changes to the data in the files; 8) There is evidence the systems have not been backed up for years, which puts all the voting machines at risk

WI State Rep Timothy Ramthun released a statement calling for the decertification of Wisconsin’s 10 electoral ballots regarding the 2020 general election. Sen Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu announced that the State Senate is launching its own investigation into the 2020 election. Sen Howard Marklein said his Joint Audit Committee will hold hearings and lead an investigation

Michigan voters confront Macomb County Clerk Anthony Forlini over 2020 election results and demand a forensic audit

FL Gov DeSantis spoke about establishing a separate state office to investigate alleged election fraud or crimes at a November 3rd meeting. DeSantis’ new reforms will also include a provision requiring election supervisors to clean their voting rolls within certain time frames. Ballot harvesting would be elevated to a third-degree felony from a misdemeanor, according to DeSantis

Former Maricopa County Recorder Adrian Fontes interrogated in 2020 election investigation by Roger Geisler, a special agent with Atty Gen Mark Brnovich’s major-fraud unit

The Racine County Sheriff’s Office (WI) issued a press release announcing it had forwarded to the county district attorney recommended charges for election fraud against five members of the Wisconsin Election Commission, including two felony counts

The Public Interest Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit against Michigan’s Sec of State Jocelyn Benson, accusing Benson of neglecting her duty to remove dead voters from the voter rolls in violation of the Department of Justice’s National Voter Registration Act

Developing story concerning AZ Senator Karen Fann, her retirement announcement, her backroom deal, her company Fann Contracting Inc negotiating with the state for a project rebuilding roads

The company GRAIL is rolling out a blood test called Galleri that can catch hard-to-detect, aggressive and often deadly cancers like pancreatic, ovarian and esophageal. Dr. Julia Feygin said “We can find and sequence these tiny bits of tumor derived DNA in the blood and based on the patterns we see we can reveal if there is a signal for cancer present. We can predict with very high accuracy where in the body this cancer signal is coming from.” Right now, the test is prescription-only. Insurance doesn’t cover the test. You pay out of pocket with a current cost of $949. Before the end of the year, Grail Galleri will be available at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Jacksonville, Florida, and Phoenix, Arizona

The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal in Shreveport (LA) ruled in favor of Shreveport nurses issuing a temporary restraining order against Ochsner Hospital and for all hospitals statewide from firing employees who refuse to get vaccinated while the mandate’s legality is in court

Rep Mo Brooks (AL) introduced the Defund Federal Vaccine Mandates Act which simply states that “no Federal funds may be used to establish, implement, or enforce any vaccine mandate”

Indonesia experienced a spike in covid-19 infection and deaths in July and was struggling to slow the virus transmission due to its large population. The Indonesian Food and Drug Monitoring Agency finally granted the Emergency Use Authorization for Ivermectin in mid-July as the therapeutic drug to cure the covid-19. After the government authorized the use of Ivermectin, the number of cases have significantly plummeted since July. The massive drop of covid-19 cases started after the government of Indonesia granted the emergency use of Ivermectin to covid-19 patients. The country had a very low vaccination rate at the time with only 7.5% fully vaccinated in July [Despite the success of Ivermectin, the fake news media and the government give the credit to the vaccine. President Jokowi of Indonesia during his visit to the G20 and COP26 meetings, said that there should be “more vaccine equity so that developing and poorer countries aren’t left behind”]

IA Gov Reynolds signed the “vaccine mandate exemption bill” into law that allows constituents to seek medical and religious exemptions from covid-19 vaccine mandates. The law also guarantees unemployment benefits for those who are fired for refusing to get the vaccine. Iowa joins Alaska, Arkansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, West Virginia, and Wyoming to push back against the vaccine mandate to all employees

Singapore continues to set new records for cases and deaths two months after fully vaccinating 80% of their population against covid-19

Ventavia Research Group operated several of the trial sites in the fall of 2020 examining Pfizer’s covid-19 vaccine. Brook Jackson, who worked for the company during this time, said she alerted the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to the problems she witnessed and was fired within hours. She has come forward telling that the trial was riddled with issues, including the falsification of data

NE Gov Pete Ricketts signed an executive order barring state agencies from enforcing Biden’s covid-19 vaccine mandates on state employees [Ricketts does encourage Nebraskans to get the covid-19 vaccine]

Several U.S. states on October 29th mounted multiple federal lawsuits against the Biden administration over its covid-19 vaccine mandate for federal workers and contractors after FL Gov DeSantis announced he sued the administration over the same vaccine mandate. Texas sued individually in a federal court in Galveston. Another lawsuit, filed in a federal district court in Missouri involves Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Yet another lawsuit, filed in a federal district court in Georgia, involves Georgia, Alabama, Idaho, Kansas, South Carolina, Utah, and West Virginia

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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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Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, a professor of psychiatry and director of the UCI Health’s Medical Ethics Program, is now on suspension from the University of California, Irvine and challenging the school’s covid-19 vaccine mandate in court. The mandate violated rights outlined in the U.S. Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment, including equal protection and substantive due process, Kheriaty’s lawsuit asserts. “What kind of discriminatory policies do we have in place that are excluding someone like me from the workplace when I’m 99.8% protected against reinfection whereas someone who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, by the company’s own data that they submitted to the FDA, is 67% protective against COVID infection?” he said

Posting on Scribd, Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft shares an international report of 64 studies showing Ivermectin has an 86% success rate as a prophylaxis and a 67% success rate in early treatment of coronavirus

Cook County (IL) Judge Raymond Mitchell suspended a December 31 deadline for Chicago police officers to be vaccinated against covid-19 [he didn’t interfere with a requirement that they be regularly tested]

US District Judge John Kness temporarily blocked an Illinois hospital system (Chicago-area North Shore University Health System) from putting workers with religious exemptions to getting the covid-19 vaccine on unpaid leave

More than 26k NYC workers didn’t get vaccine by Friday deadline

The FDNY shuttered 26 fire companies citywide on Saturday due to staff shortages caused by the covid-19 vaccination mandate

US District Judge Steven Merryday ordered the Dept of Defense to detail how troops can apply for a religious exemption, the procedure for resolving the request, the criteria by which applications are judged, and the procedure the people deciding on each request use to judge them. The Pentagon must file the details by November 12th

Newsweek published this opinion piece by Drs Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya on November 1st: “… Unfortunately, Dr Fauxi got major epidemiology and public health questions wrong. Reality and scientific studies have now caught up with him… Under Fauxi’s mandates, hospitals are firing heroic nurses who recovered from covid they contracted while caring for patients. With their superior immunity, they can safely care for the oldest and frailest patients with even lower transmission risk than the vaccinated… Instead, Dr Fauxi has pushed vaccine mandates for children, students and working-age adults who are already immune—all low-risk populations—causing tremendous disruption to labor markets and hampering the operation of many hospitals… Dr Fauxi’s advocacy for school closures may be the single biggest mistake of his career… In private conversations, most of our scientific colleagues agree with us on these points. While a few have spoken up, why are not more doing so? Well, some tried but failed. Others kept silent when they saw colleagues slandered and smeared in the media or censored by Big Tech… The evidence is in. Governors, journalists, scientists, university presidents, hospital administrators and business leaders can continue to follow Dr Anthony Fauxi or open their eyes”

The Uttar Pradesh (India) government, which decided to use Ivermectin for the prevention and treatment of covid-19, has seen at least 71 out of total 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh reporting zero fresh covid cases with the remaining four districts accounting for 12 new patients in the last 24 hours. The number of active covid cases stood at 118 in the last 24 hours. With no new or active cases, 42 districts continued to remain covid-free

The Capture study, conducted by the Francis Crick Institute and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, analyzed the immune responses of 585 patients with different types of cancer after they received two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Oxford-AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine. The researchers found that just a third of blood cancer patients had antibodies against delta variant after two vaccine doses [wakey wakey]

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The Science, Public Health Policy and the Law report warns that the conclusions of the Shimabukuro study performed by the CDC, that supports the use of the mRNA vaccine in early pregnancy, ignores the horrors of thalidomide, a drug commonly taken by pregnant women in the late ’50s and early ’60s to prevent nausea during pregnancy. Researchers in this peer-reviewed study has called for the “immediate withdrawal of mRNA covid vaccines for pregnant women, those breastfeeding, those of childbearing age and children”

Citing a whistleblower, a BMJ Investigation reports that the Pfizer research organization falsified data in their Phase III covid-19 vaccine trial results, and fired those who complained about unethical trial practices to the FDA

American Conversations Host Christine Dolan speaks with vaccine-injured patients who describe how taking Ivermectin has helped with paralysis brought on by the vaccine, as well as with other severe symptoms

According to newly released internal emails, the CDC updated its definition of vaccine on September 1st because of concern that its definition did not apply to covid-19 vaccines. The definition was formerly, “a product that stimulates a person’s immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, protecting the person from that disease.” It is now, “A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases.” The emails were obtained by lawyer Travis Miller through a Freedom of Information Act request. The CDC did not dispute their authenticity

The Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Union with 203k members, announced unvaccinated employees will not be removed on the December 8 deadline; these members will continue to work

Louisiana Appeals Court temporarily blocks non-profit health care provider Ochsner Health System from forcing their employees to get the covid vaccine. The temporary restraining order also allows Ochsner employees to have a hearing and temporarily prohibits the healthcare company from letting go of or disciplining staff members who refuse to get the vaccine

South Carolina Gov Henry McMaster stated he intends to issue an EO prohibiting his cabinet agency from enforcing any covid vaccine mandate on their employees, directly opposing the Biden admin’s mandate to vaccinate or test employees weekly in businesses with at least 100 employees

South Dakota Atty Gen Jason Ravensborg’s office said that the state has joined with Missouri and other states in the lawsuit against Biden’s federal vaccine mandate

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced his plans to sue the Biden Administration over the recently implemented covid-19 vaccine and testing mandate

More than 39 GOP senators formally moved forward to end President Asterisk’s vaccine mandate on private companies and their employees under the Congressional Review Act

Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announces the organization is suing the Biden administration over its forced vaccine mandate [we’ll see where this goes]

Sen Ted Cruz (TX) introduced a bill to prohibit the federal government from requiring covid-19 vaccines for children. The bill will prohibit “the federal government and any recipient of federal funding from the Department of Health and Human Services and/or the CDC at the state, local, Tribal, or territorial level from requiring any individual aged 18 or younger from requiring a covid-19 vaccine.” As a result, school districts would not be able to impose a vaccine mandate for students under 18 without losing Title IV, Part A and Title II, Part A funding. Under the bill, parental consent would be required for the vaccination of a minor using any covid vaccine that is fully approved or authorized for emergency use

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State Inspector Matthew Hartman of the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) said he burned notes he took during the investigation of the City of Port Huron. Hartman fined the city without witnessing anyone not wearing a mask or violating coronavirus rules. Hartman reportedly claimed, “employees he interviewed saw violations.” Port Huron believes the fines were not lawful due to the Michigan Supreme Court previously ruling Gretchen Whitmer executive orders related to the enforced rule were unconstitutional. Port Huron’s lawyer, Todd Shoudy, notified MIOSHA on October 15 he intended to next depose the agency’s director, Bart Pickelman. But just 15 days later, the agency said it would dismiss the case into the city of Port Huron

Pfizer’s new experimental Covid pill “Paxlovid” cuts hospitalizations and deaths by 89%, or so the company claims. Pfizer said it planned to submit the data as soon as possible to the FDA to seek authorization for the pill to be used in the United States. The pill is a 3CL protease inhibitor, a type of antiviral medication that has been used against HIV, the virus that causes AIDS [not necessarily good news; it was the last sentence that’s eye-catching]

Pfizer board member and former commissioner of the FDA Dr Scott Gottlieb told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” the covid-19 pandemic could be over in the US by the time Biden’s workplace vaccine mandates take effect in early January [Gottlieb said Pfizer’s new drug shouldn’t be considered a substitute for vaccinating more Americans against the virus, adding that he thought periodic covid vaccinations and changes to the vaccines could be necessary moving forward]

American Airlines has canceled More than 1,500 flights. The airliner is blaming “weather issues and staffing shortages” [wink-wink]

While passengers were literally stranded at airports across the country with kids sleeping on dirty floors, Southwest Airlines management, including Chairman of the Board Gary Kelly, were celebrating a 50-year anniversary party in Arlington, TX, violating their own policy of mask mandates and social distancing [exposed]

Supply chain problems cost Apple $6 billion according to CEO Tim Cook

Facebook will shut down its facial recognition system this month and delete the face scan data of more than 1 billion users. It cited societal concerns and regulatory uncertainty about facial recognition technology as the reasons

Rumble, currently based in Toronto, Canada announced that it would be establishing a US headquarters in Sarasota County, Florida

CNN’s primetime lineup has collapsed entirely. Throughout October, an average of only 661k viewers tuned in. CNN’s highest-rated show, Cuomo Primetime, ranked number 23 and Jake Tapper placed at number 29

Now it’s up to 4 states that have decided to terminate their National School Boards Association membership over a letter comparing the parents to domestic terrorists. New Hampshire and Pennsylvania join Ohio and Missouri

The CEO of Israeli spyware company NSO Group Shalev Hulio is to step aside from his position. The company has repeatedly made headlines around the world in recent years over claims its powerful hacking software. NSO developed Pegasus, a tool that can switch on a phone’s camera or microphone and harvest its data. There have been repeated allegations that the software is being used to abuse human rights [FYI – Hulio will become deputy chairman of the board and oversee an expansion of NSO’s focus from offensive to defensive cyber technologies so I don’t know this would count as a “stepdown” the Q drops refer to]

The US Department of Commerce announced in a statement that it had added NSO Group, an Israeli spyware company, along with three other foreign companies, to the “entity list,” a blacklist that prevents firms from receiving American technologies

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David Beasley, the director of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), urged Musk and Jeff Bezos (the world’s second richest person) to reconsider where their money is going. Musk stated that he is willing to sell his stock to help solve world hunger if a top UN official can back up his claim that just 2% of the entrepreneur’s income could help solve world hunger. “Please publish your current and proposed spending in detail so people can see exactly where the money goes” tweeted Musk

According to a new study by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project, abortions dropped by 50% in Texas in the month after the heartbeat bill was passed. In August, 5,377 abortions were performed in Texas. That number plummeted to 2,164 in September

City council votes to make Mason, Ohio a “sanctuary for the unborn.” Mason now becomes the 41st city in the country and the second one in Ohio to offer an initiative started by a Texas nonprofit. There are currently no abortion clinics in the city, but supporters of the ordinance say that this will ensure no facilities are set up in Mason

Ohio lawmakers introduced legislation that would ban all abortions in the state, going further than the Texas law currently being considered by the US Supreme Court. Ohio House Bill 480 would allow any person to file a civil lawsuit seeking $10k or more against anyone in Ohio who performs or induces an abortion or “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion for a woman who the person knows to be pregnant, including paying for or reimbursing the costs of an abortion through insurance or otherwise”

Ed and Carol Ely, a couple leading a program called Lamb’s Wool has so far donated over 23,000 hand-knit sweaters for needy children all over the world

Minneapolis black community leaders spoke out on camera on the fraud perpetrated by leftists and Black Lives Matter leaders in their communities. The local black leaders were led to believe that BLM would invest the millions they collected into the black community. These leaders now say BLM has not invested a dime in their community after BLM and their Antifa allies destroyed the Minneapolis business community and residential areas

According to a CIVIQS poll, 44% of registered voters said they oppose the BLM movement; 43% support it; 12% said they neither support nor oppose. This is the first time since May 2018, that the poll has shown a higher percentage of registered voters who oppose the movement than support it

John Colin Hacker, a member of Antifa in Portland, Oregon, has been indicted on a felony charge of robbery in the third degree for violently stealing journalist Andy Ngo’s phone after dumping a liquid on Ngo on May 7, 2019. A fund has been set up by the Center for American Liberty to support Ngo’s lawsuit against Rose City Antifa

Marjorie Taylor Greene posted that she was able to tour the DC jail. She describes deplorable conditions, describing the January 6th attendees as feeling forgotten and hopeless, but many are faithful. She ended with, “Our detailed report will outline everything we saw in every area of the jail we were allowed to see, on behalf of all inmates. I am committed to ending this political war and seeing that our justice system is never used against Americans as a political weapon ever again.”

US District Court Judge Royce Lamberth has now ordered the release of one of the January 6th detainees, Christopher Worrell. In addition to the issue with Worrell’s hand, he needs treatment for cancer. Lamberth said he had “zero confidence that the D.C. jail” would give him the treatment needed and would “not retaliate” against him. Worrell is now on home detention with a GPS monitor

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Judicial Watch announced that it filed a lawsuit against the US Capitol Police seeking for emails and videos concerning the events at the Capitol on January 6, 2021. Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit after the Capitol Police refused to provide any records in response to a January 21, 2021 request for: 1) Email communications between the U.S. Capitol Police Executive Team and the Capitol Police Board concerning the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The timeframe of this request is from January 1, 2021 through January 10, 2021; 2) Email communications of the Capitol Police Board with the FBI, the US Dept of Justice, and the US Dept of Homeland Security concerning the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The timeframe of this request is from January 1, 2021 through January 10, 2021; 3) All video footage from within the Capitol between 12 pm and 9 pm on January 6, 2021
Judicial Watch announced that it filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit on behalf of OpenTheBooks.com against the US Dept of Health and Human Services for the employment contracts; financial, conflict of interest, and confidentiality disclosure documents; and job description of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony S. Fauxi, as well as royalties paid to NIH employees by outside entities

The British government will soon outlaw efforts to persuade children to change their gender and prohibit “conversion therapy” on LGBT people. Under the new plan set to be unveiled on Friday, adults who try to persuade children to change their gender, who perform so-called “gender identity counseling,” will face criminal sanctions. It will be illegal to convince someone to change their sexuality or gender identity, and the government intends to offer extra safeguards to protect children and adolescents. As detailed by the publication, psychiatrists and doctors will be exempt from the sanctions. Likewise, informal advice sought from family and friends will not be criminalized. However, counseling offered to children under 18 will be outlawed and adults must have consent to participate in therapy

Over six days, Polk County Sheriff’s undercover detectives conducted a special investigation known as “Operation No Tricks No Treats,” with the intent of identifying and helping victims of human trafficking who might be forced into prostitution. Detectives arrested 102 people, charging those arrested with a total of 29 felonies and 143 misdemeanors. “The primary purpose for these operations is to identify victims of human trafficking and those who prey on the victims, as well as the deviant child predators who stalk children online,” said Sheriff Grady Judd. “We work hand-in-hand with organizations to get help for the victims of human trafficking”

Canberra, Australia police rescued Cleo Smith, a 4-year-old girl who appears to have been abducted from her family’s camping tent on Australia’s remote west coast more than two weeks ago. A 36-year-old local man was arrested after the late-night raid at the house in the coastal town of Carnarvon

Barclays CEO Jes Staley resigned following an investigation into his connections with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein

John Eisenman discovered that his daughter was allegedly sold into a sex trafficking ring in the Seattle area and learned that her boyfriend may have been responsible in October of 2020. He was able to get his daughter back home safely within the same month, according to the SPD. Eisenman allegedly confronted and murdered the 19 year-old boyfriend. Eisenman was arrested for first-degree murder, however the investigation remains ongoing, police said [I’ll let you decide if this is good/bad news]

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John Blanchard, a pastor of Rock Church International in Virginia Beach, was among 17 individuals who were arrested following a two-day sting operation carried out by the Chesterfield County Police Dept. The targets communicated with individuals who they thought were underage and arranged to meet them at a location to have sexual relations. Blanchard faces charges of “felony solicitation of prostitution and use of a vehicle to promote prostitution”

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida resident Dwight Castaldi who enticed minor girls into sending him sexually explicit pictures of themselves, among other things, was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison and supervised release for life

Border Patrol agents in Texas nabbed two illegal immigrant child sex offenders

Pleading guilty to possession of child pornography, Aaron Charles Fritsch was sentenced to six years in prison, to be followed by seven years of supervised release

Three Louisiana residents arrested for sex trafficking of a child [I don’t have it in me to list the details]

Governor Greg Abbott sent a letter to Texas Association of School Boards Executive Director Dan Troxell urging him to ensure that no child in a Texas public school is exposed to pornography or other inappropriate content

President of the Broward County Democratic Black Caucus Damara Holness pled guilty to lying on a coronavirus relief loan application and fraudulently obtaining hundreds of thousands of dollars intended to help small businesses financially survive the covid-19 pandemic. If convicted, she faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of up to $250k

A new Hill-HarrisX poll finds that 52% of registered voters polled felt Fauxi should resign

Over 20 American scientists who have received taxpayer funds from 637 grants by Fauxi’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases have also served as visiting lecturers and researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology [exposed]

Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse recently conducted a survey during which respondents were asked about their views on cancel culture. 72% said they believed that cancel culture had “gotten out of control.” The survey also revealed that 75% of poll participants said they believed that “protecting free speech is more important than protecting people from speech that is offensive”

Catholic Archbishop Vigano released a statement regarding Biden’s recent visit to the Vatican. He chastises the Pope for calling Biden a “Good Catholic,” and for aligning the Church with Lynn Forester de Rothschild and others who push climate change and world depopulation

Myanmar’s military sentenced Former member of parliament and NLD speaker Win Htein, a close aide of ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to 20 years in prison, the first high-ranking member of her party to be jailed by a junta court

Yulan Andony Archaga Carías, leader of MS-13 in Honduras and drug supplier For MS-13, named to FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List, DEA’s Most Wanted Fugitives List, and HSI’s Most Wanted Fugitives List, has been charged in Manhattan federal court with racketeering, narcotics trafficking, and firearms offenses

Former Democratic leader in the Illinois House of Representatives Luis Arroyo pleaded guilty in a bribery scheme that could land the 67-year-old Chicago Democrat in prison for 20 years and cost him a $250k fine

The International Crime Court (ICC) is launching a formal probe (a first in Latin America) into allegations of crimes against humanity committed in Venezuela under the rule of President Nicolas Maduro, amongst raised concerns of allegations of officials in Maduro’s government who have taken part in crimes against humanity [not a fan of ICC, but this is worth watching. This could be a White Hat operation]

New video has been introduced in the Kyle Rittenhouse case showing that Kyle acted in self-defense and shows gunfire from other sources

There were numerous calls for “Let’s Go Brandon!” at the World Series on Saturday night

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Moishe Mana A billionaire with a history of using art to steer donor cash and support for the presidential campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden is at the center of a recent Hunter Biden art show, raising ethical concerns among watchdogs and experts

WV Sen Joe Manchin stunned Democrats by announcing, “I for one won’t support a multi-trillion dollars bill without greater clarity, about why Congress chooses to ignore the serious effects of inflation and debt that have on our economy and existing government programs”

Fully vaccinated Press Secretary Jen Psaki says she has tested positive for coronavirus after members of her household did [seems like life imitating the studies regarding this]

Fully vaccinated Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tests positive for covid-19

Conservative truck driver Edward Durr stunned the world by defeating New Jersey State Senate President Steve Sweeney, a major political force in Trenton for two decades and the longest-serving Senate president in New Jersey history. Durr said he was inspired to get into politics after he was denied a concealed-carry permit despite having a clean record [update: Sweeney refuses to concede, insisting that 12k ballots have been found in one county]

An entire district in Southern New Jersey turned Republican as two Democratic Assemblymen were also defeated by two Republican women in the November 2 election: Bethanne McCarthy Patrick, a firefighter/EMT, and realtor Beth Sawyer, according to unofficial returns for the New Jersey election

Minneapolis residents voted against a proposed amendment that would have removed the city’s police department from the city charter and replaced it with a Department of Public Safety

Local school board elections in Minnesota produced numerous victories for candidates opposing CRT and pandemic-related mandates, even in some traditionally Democrat strongholds

Republicans in Virginia triumphed in the races for governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general

Ann Davison was elected City Attorney of Seattle on Tuesday, a rare Republican win in the liberal city

The city of Allentown, Pennsylvania voted not to remove English as its official language in a referendum ballot question on Tuesday

In Douglas County, Colorado, four candidates running to fight back against the county school district administration’s embrace of critical race theory and masking for students who are already at extremely low risk of dying from covid-19 won spots on the school board

Parents unhappy with the woke takeover of their local education systems won big on Tuesday when they ousted progressive school board members and beat out pro-critical race theory candidates in multiple districts across the nation. Wins also occurred in Wichita, Kansas; Morganton, North Carolina; Ankeny, Iowa; Tredyffrin-Easttown School District in Pennsylvania, and many more

In Ohio, the Trump-endorsed Mike Carey won a landslide victory seat for the U.S. House of Representatives representing Ohio’s 15th Congressional District

Republicans have won massive victories across all statewide races in Pennsylvania, according to the state’s election results [source: RSBN]

The GOP is now running more than 20 towns across the state that Democrats used to run

Republican Paul Callaghan won Rochester’s mayoral race with 66% of the vote; a city that has voted Democrat since 2005

Matthew Lynch, a teacher who resigned after a photo emerged of him outside the Capitol January 6th because he was being slandered as a domestic terrorist online, has won one of three seats on the Braintree, Massachusetts school board committee. Lynch said his priority as a school committee member will be “getting decision-making back with parents and away from the state”

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Good News October 29 – November 5 – Part 10

Russian analyst Igor Danchenko is the third person, and second in a two-month span, to face charges after being arrested in special counsel John Durham’s probe into the origins of the Russia investigation. Danchenko functioned as a source for Christopher Steele, a former British spy who was paid by Democrats to examine ties between Russia and Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. The research was used by the FBI as it applied for and received surveillance warrants targeting a former Trump campaign aide

Fiona Hill, who is currently serving as a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington, and who was on Trump’s National Security Council, may be implicated soon as she is the one who apparently introduced Christopher Steele to Igor Danchenko. Hill then introduced Igor Danchenko to Michael Sussmann

Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declassified documents that reveal former CIA Director John Brennan briefed Obama on Hillary Clinton’s purported plan to tie then-candidate Donald Trump to Russia as “a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server” ahead of the 2016 presidential election

An analysis from a Los Angeles Times project to track national opinion surveys on the popularity of Vice President Kamala Harris reveals she is less popular than President Joe Biden and her last four predecessors. 51% had an unfavorable opinion

A new NBC poll shows that 71% believe the country is headed on the wrong track; and 54% disapprove of Biden’s job performance

According to a November CIVIQS poll, support for Biden stands at 39% approval to 51% disapproval

A new Harvard Caps/Harris Poll asked registered voters if they would favor or oppose a $1.5 to $2 trillion dollar social spending bill that would be financed by increasing the deficit and tax increases: 58% opposed the costly measure; 56% also agreed that such a massive spending bill would increase inflation

Rasmussen Reports asked likely voters, “Has the U.S. economy gotten better or worse since Biden became president, or is the economy about the same?” A majority of 57% said the economy is worse

Only 181 people tuned in to the White House Channel to watch Biden’s G20 speech

President Asterisk angrily called a report that the Justice Dept would give $450k per person payoffs to illegal immigrant families separated at the border garbage. ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero told Fox News that the plan is very much in the works. “President Biden may not have been fully briefed about the actions of his very own Justice Department as it carefully deliberated and considered the crimes committed against thousands of families separated from their children as an intentional governmental policy,” Romero said. So either: Biden is unaware of the deal and the progressives who dictate all policy through chief of staff Rob Klain are doing it on their own; Biden is lying; or Biden was told and forgot [thanks White Hats!]

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