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Why 260 Cops Have Fled Seattle

(NOQReport) – Share the truth There hasn’t been a police department more brutalized in recent memory. In Seattle, cops have been pummeled by a psycho city council. It’s not shocking. Seattle is left-wing. The residents are left-wing. They’re all nuts. The mayor allowed armed leftists to seize portions of the city. The ‘summer of love’ came crashing down when-shocker-people started to get shot and killed inside the autonomous zone. They have hamstrung the police and spit in their faces. After a summer of riots and not being allowed to restore order, along with an overall anti-police atmosphere, are we shocked that scores of cops have fled Seattle? Around 20 percent of the police force has left (via CBS News ): The Seattle Police Department is struggling under the backlash of recent police reforms. The state of Washington has just enacted a dozen police reform laws, following nearly a year of protests over police brutality.

According to one social justice group, more than $840 million were cut from U.S. police budgets in 2020.

This has caused a shortage of police in Seattle. The police chief tells CBS News that 260 officers, which is almost 20 percent of the force, have left in the past year and a […]

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Fauci’s Wall Of Denial Is Crumbling – Special Report

(InfoWars) – After flip-flopping his story repeatedly, sometimes defending the need for gain-of-function research in China and elsewhere, and then denying that any of the research took place, research that could possibly add to Fauci’s new identity as the Father of the Coronavirus, Dr. Fauci’s power trip has now hit a wall.

And rather than stand by the denial, Fauci is admitting the origin of the virus should be investigated, an investigation that has been wiped clean by the Chinese government and the mockingbird media… Or has it?

Special Reports BREAKING: New Report Suggest Wuhan Lab Origin, Audit Update – NH Results Could Affect Other States posted 17 hours ago


BREAKING: Multiple Mass Shootings Break Out As America Descends Into Chaos

(Zerohedge) – There’s a lot of noise from the Biden administration, who claim to be addressing gun violence as an epidemic, but their efforts have only been for optics, as very little action has been taken so far. This past weekend, a dozen mass shootings were recorded across the country, according to CNN .

Nonprofit research group Gun Violence Archive (GVA) reported that at least 12 mass shootings were observed in eight states, including Illinois, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, South Carolina, Virginia, Texas, and Minnesota.

On Sunday afternoon, Chicago Police investigated a shooting that left four men (ages between 20-41) critically wounded on the city’s Westside. Detectives are investigating the incident, and there are no suspects.

Besides the mass shooting in Chicago, which is characterized as four or more people killed or wounded by gunfire, 48 people were shot, 11 fatally across the city over the weekend.

Statistical website HeyJackass! shows violent crime ticked up across the metro area as the weather becomes warmer and the city is reopening the economy.

About 35 miles south of Chicago, another mass shooting occurred on early Sunday morning. Police responded to a private event in Park Forest, Illinois, where four people were injured. Police believe there were multiple firearms discharged during the late-night party that spilled into early Sunday.

Elsewhere, the Youngstown Police Department in Ohio was called to the Torch Club Bar & Grille, where a shooting rampage left three dead and three injured.

In Indiana, gunfire erupted early Sunday morning at an apartment complex in Fort Wayne. Officers found three people with life-threatening injuries and one with non-life-threatening injuries. One of the shooting victims was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

Over to Norfolk, Virginia, four adults were shot and taken to a local hospital after sustaining non-life-threatening. Local police do not have a suspect and have asked the public for help.

Moving up to Paterson, New Jersey, five people were shot at a party early Sunday morning. Paterson Police have yet to identify a suspect.

In Cumberland County, New Jersey, two people were killed and 12 injured at a private house party when gunfire erupted. The incident occurred on Saturday night.

Back to Ohio, where a 16-year-old girl was killed, and five others were shot at Bicentennial Park in Columbus on Saturday night. The five others are expected to survive.

Down to North Charleston, South Carolina, one person died, and 13 others were injured at an unauthorized concert event. Charleston Police Deputy Chief Scott Deckard said a fight broke out before the shooting.

Over to a Texas sports complex in San Angelo, four people were shot on Saturday evening.

‘Just before 9pm, San Angelo Public Safety Communications received multiple 9-1-1 calls concerning shots fired at the Texas Bank Sports Complex located at 1800 Rio Concho Drive,’ San Angelo Police Department spokesperson Tracy Piatt-Fox told CNN.

In the Midwest, liberal-run Minneapolis saw a mass shooting in the downtown district early Saturday morning. At least nine people were shot, including one person who died later.

And Friday night, Hudson County Sheriffs found two people dead and four others in Jersey City after multiple reports of gunshots.

An extremely chaotic weekend for the country as mass shootings plagued the Eastern half of the country. The shootings occurred during a period of high unemployment and lingering socio-economic issues stemming from the pandemic. Also, there are mental health concerns among some Americans who have been cooped up in their homes for the past year due to virus lockdowns and restrictions. With the temperatures increasing ahead of summer and the economy reopening – people are mingling again. Some police departments across the country have been defunded and are having trouble maintaining law and order.

GVA said mass shootings had risen significantly over the last few years in the U.S.

In 2020 , more than 600 mass shootings were reported, while 2019 saw 417, which was up from 337 in 2018. As of this month, there are already 223 mass shootings and could suggest a record year of chaos is ahead.


Why Women Are Buying Guns

(NOQReport) – Share the truth AP Photo/Charlie Riedel Gun sales are through the ever-loving roof. They’ve been that way for over a year and as things stand, they’re not looking at going down anytime soon.

Among the gun buyers are increasing numbers of minorities and women. This is a good thing for the Second Amendment, of course, but it’s baffling to a lot of folks.

Now, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is trying to figure out why women are buying guns . Before the summer of 2020, going to the gun range was a pastime for Valee Penn, something she did for fun with her husband. But after the wave of civil unrest prompted by violence and police brutality against Black Americans brought protests to her neighborhood, Penn decided it was time to get serious. She bought a Glock 19 and a Smith & Wesson revolver. “I think Atlanta is getting more dangerous. I have lived in Atlanta all my life and I have seen it change dramatically since last summer. That is what prompted me to buy my gun last June,” said Penn, 65 of Buckhead. “I thought rather than be afraid, I am going to have knowledge.” Each week, Penn goes to Stoddard’s Range and Guns […]

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Are You Ready For The Everything Shortage?

(Zerohedge) – Authored by Robert Wheeler via The Organic Prepper blog,

For several months, many of my articles covered the global shortages and coming shortages facing the worldwide economy. My articles warn of food, chip , fuel, and commodity shortages. I also wrote about inflation, crop failures, and scarcity of any good s that consumers may need or want.

Some readers may feel it was a bit like paranoia and overkill at the time.

Guess what?

MSM now reveals my writings on global shortages are, in fact, accurate

Many articles found on MSM corporate outlets report on global shortages. In fact, those articles seem like I could have written them. (Not the general hack stenographers masquerading as journalists today.)

One such article: ” The World Economy Is Suddenly Running Low on Everything ,” by Brendan Murray, Enda Curran, and Kim Chipman. This piece sums up many of the issues I’ve written about for several months, albeit much later.

To start, Murray, Curran, and Chipman write:

A year ago, as the pandemic ravaged country after country and economies shuddered, consumers were the ones panic-buying. Today, on the rebound, its companies are furiously trying to stock up.

Mattress producers to car manufacturers to aluminum foil makers are buying more material than they need to survive the breakneck speed at which demand for goods is recovering and assuage that primal fear of running out. The frenzy is pushing supply chains to the brink of seizing up. Shortages, transportation bottlenecks, and price spikes are nearing the highest levels in recent memory, raising concern that a supercharged global economy will stoke inflation.

But, wait, there are MORE global shortages to report

The writers also mention the global shortages of raw materials, crops, and other essential commodities. The effect of the current supply disruptions is seen not just on the economy but also daily life.

They write:

Copper, iron ore, and steel. Corn, coffee, wheat, and soybeans. Lumber, semiconductors, plastic, and cardboard for packaging. The world is seemingly low on all of it. “You name it, and we have a shortage on it,” Tom Linebarger, chairman, and chief executive of engine and generator manufacturer Cummins Inc., said on a call this month. Clients are “trying to get everything they can because they see high demand,” Jennifer Rumsey, the Columbus, Indiana-based company’s president, said. “They think it’s going to extend into next year.”

The difference between the big crunch of 2021 and past supply disruptions is the sheer magnitude of it and the fact that there is – as far as anyone can tell – no clear end in sight. Big or small, few businesses are spared.

And now, adding to the global shortage issue, we have all this…

There are other exacerbating issues. Here are just a few examples:

The backup of global shipping in the Suez Canal



Straight-line winds


Deep freezes

Rolling blackouts

The Colonial Pipeline hack

Of course, we have to mention COVID-19 economic damage. This prompted governments worldwide to engage in medieval-like tyranny levels and launch wars against their economies.

Don’t expect global shortages and price spikes to end any time soon

Take a look at the US economic indicator known as the Logistics Managers’ Index , a gauge built on a monthly survey of corporate supply chiefs. Information collected reveals where they foresee transportation, warehouse expenses, and inventory. You see, the current index is at the second-highest level in records dating back to 2016. Nor does the index show any respite in the next year.

“You bring all of these factors in, and it’s an environment that’s ripe for significant inflation, with limited levers” [for monetary authorities to pull], said David Landau, chief product officer at BluJay Solutions, a U.K.-based logistics software, and services provider.

Food prices are rising dramatically too. A United Nations gauge of world food costs climbed for the 11th straight month in April, the highest rise in seven years. Mismanagement of agricultural commodities in the US, weather issues, and a “crop-buying spree” in China led to more continuous price spikes than seen in over a decade.

Global shortages, price spikes, mismanagement, and more are all part of a “plan”

The economic crisis (and it is a crisis) is not simply a matter of corruption or short-sighted politicians. The fact is this is one step of many in an agenda that hatched long ago. It is a plan in which the bottom 99% of the world’s population lives under a complete tyranny with virtually no comforts. Their basic needs met by a government-controlled UBI payment controlled by cashless credits that can be cut off at the first sign of dissent.

This is what the Great Reset is all about. The failures of Free Trade combined with the coming Great Reset will make humanity wish they had given their all to defend their freedom.

We still have the chance to do so. Instead of sheepishly giving away our freedom out of fear and conformity, it’s time to step up.

How are you preparing for the everything shortage?

Are you producing more? Are you adapting to live with fewer choices ? Do you have plans to produce more? Have you established a trusted barter network?


Civil Rights Group Suing Trump for ‘China Virus’ Label

(Breitbart) – Former President Donald Trump’s use of the term “China virus” last year as a descriptive for the coronavirus has sparked a lawsuit by a civil rights group.

The federal complaint by the Chinese Americans Civil Rights Coalition (CACRC) alleges Trump’s turn of phrase along with similar terminology did harm to the Chinese American community, according to a report carried by TMZ .

Trump first made the public link between China and the virus origins in March last year, as Breitbart News reported .

“The United States will be powerfully supporting those industries, like Airlines and others, that are particularly affected by the Chinese Virus,” Trump said in a Tweet. “We will be stronger than ever before!”


According to The Hill, the suit states Trump’s “extreme and outrageous conduct was carried out throughout the pandemic with reckless disregard of whether such conduct would cause Chinese Americans to suffer emotional distress,” echoing claims made by Beijing at the time.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry responded to Trump’s message by complaining it had “smeared China” by noting the global pandemic currently underway began there.

“We call on the U.S. to stop finger-pointing at China. The utmost priority is for the international community to cooperate on fighting the virus,” spokesman Geng Shuang told reporters during a regular government briefing. “The U.S. should focus on its top priority, and play a constructive role in international cooperation on health security.”

Actor George Takei also took offense, contending the phrase is “sending a signal to the haters in his constituency.”

The Star Trek actor, in an appearance on the left-wing network MSNBC, said Trump’s decision to refer to the coronavirus as the “Chinese virus” sends “a cold chill throughout the Asian-American community” and added Trump is “sending a signal to the haters in his constituency, and there are plenty of them there.”

Jason Miller, senior adviser for Trump, dismissed such claims. He told The Hill “this is an insane and idiotic lawsuit that is specious at best, and it will be dismissed if it ever sees a courtroom.”

“It’s a complete joke, and if I was the lawyer that brought it I’d be worried about getting sanctioned.”

Trump has always defended his use of the term, saying “it comes from China, that’s why. I want to be accurate” however the lawsuit challenges this logic, claiming the origins of the virus have not been firmly established.

The plaintiffs allege former President Trump knew this as he made his claims. The suit further claims Trump should have realized words have impact.

“The truth matters, words have consequences… especially from those in powerful and influential positions,” the complaint states. “[Trump] intentionally repeated those defamatory words to serve his own personal and political interest with astonishing level of actual malice and negligence, hence severely injuring the Chinese/Asian Americans communities in the process.”

According to The Hill, CACRC is asking for $1 for every Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) in the United States, which would total $22.9 million.

The plaintiffs said they would use the money to establish a museum in the U.S. to showcase the history and accomplishments of the AAPI community.


Are You Racist? Take This Quiz to Find Out.

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Racism is defined by Dictionary.com this way.

a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human racial groups determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to dominate others or that a particular racial group is inferior to the others.

Okay, its time for a multiple choice quiz.

Which of these news stories are examples of racism at work?

a) A politician denying interviews to white reporters.

b) Denying white farmers financial aid but not minority farmers

c) Denying white people spots on police oversight boards

d) Denying financial assistance to poor white families but not minorities

e) Denying white people immediate access to vaccines until minorities are served first

f) Healthcare resources will be allocated on the basis of race

Choose one

And there are the results…

If you chose ” none of the above ” then, you might be racist as clearly one group of people is being systematically oppressed in the examples shared.

If you chose, ” some of the above ” then you might have been persuaded that the only remedy to present discrimination is future discrimination as proposed by critical race theorist Ibram X. Kendi . This choice suggests that you are on the fence of being a racist but not all the way there.

If you chose ” all of the above ” then, you are likely not racist at all. You may in fact, judge people as individuals and not by the color of their skin. If so, I commend your enlightened view .

That being said, I could be wrong.

I am open to reason.

Convince me otherwise. (Ideally, without name calling.)


JUST IN: Rand Paul Makes HUGE Announcement – Patriots are Cheering

(InfoWars) – Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Sunday that he will not receive the experimental COVID-19 shot.

Speaking on the “Cat’s Roundtable” radio show, Paul explained that he won’t get vaccinated because he already had COVID-19 last March – the first senator to be diagnosed with the virus.

“Until they show me evidence that people who have already had the infection are dying in large numbers or being hospitalized or getting very sick, I just made my own personal decision that I’m not getting vaccinated because I’ve already had the disease and I have natural immunity,” Paul told host John Catsimatidis.

( Begin at 4 minutes 55 seconds .)

Rand Paul warned that “Big Brother” should not dictate an individual’s medical choices, referring to the federal government discussing vaccine passports and contact tracing.

“In a free country, you would think people would honor the idea that each individual would get to make the medical decision, that it wouldn’t be a big brother coming to tell me what I have to do,” Paul said.

“Are they also going to tell me I can’t have a cheeseburger for lunch? Are they going to tell me that I have to eat carrots only and cut my calories?” Paul continued. “All that would probably be good for me, but I don’t think big brother ought to tell me to do it.”

Paul argued that the government needs to “wake up” to the fact that the “pandemic” is almost over, evidenced by plummeting case numbers.

“We’re on our way toward the end of this,” he said. “What he need to do is get the government to wake up, leave us alone, and particularly leave our kids alone.”


Churches Are Free to Worship … and Newsom Is out $1.35 Million

(NOQReport) – Share the truth Liberty Counsel plans to use a settlement in California this week to end coronavirus restrictions for churches around the country.

“Maine right now is the most restrictive in the country,” said Mat Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel on the “Washington Watch with Tony Perkins” program. “We represent Pastor Ken Graves of Calvary Chapel of Bangor, and our goal is to make sure Caesar never can go and touch these churches anymore.”

On Monday, a federal judge in the central district of California entered an order approving Liberty Counsel’s settlement of a lawsuit on behalf of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry against Governor Gavin Newsom (D-California). The legal group says it is the first statewide permanent injunction in the country against COVID restrictions on churches and places of worship – and the first such injunction against the governor of a state.

“The district court retains jurisdiction into the foreseeable future, whether it’s next year or ten years down the road. If there is any violation of this order, California will be hauled back into court for contempt of court and face significant sanctions,” Staver explained.

The California governor had imposed the most severe restrictions on churches and even home Bible […]

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Oregon First State To Require Vaccination Proof For Maskless Entry Into Businesses, Workplaces, & Churches

(Zerohedge) – Authored by Samuel Allegri via The Epoch Times,

The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is requiring that people in workplaces, businesses, and religious sites show proof of COVID-19 vaccination in order to be allowed maskless entry to the facilities.

The state’s health authorities updated their masking guidance on May 19, following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) rollback of strict mask mandates.

” Businesses, employers and faith institutions now have the option to adjust their masking guidance to allow fully vaccinated individuals to no longer wear a mask in their establishments,” the OHA declared in a statement .

” Businesses, employers and faith institutions doing so must have a policy in place to check the vaccination status of all individuals before they enter their establishment. Businesses, employers and faith institutions who do not create such policies will maintain the same masking guidance listed below, regardless of an individual’s vaccination status.”

The statewide policy is the first of the kind in the country and is raising concerns for those who don’t want to wear masks or take the vaccine due to a number of concerns including safety, side effects, efficacy, mistrust in pharmaceutical companies, and a lack of full FDA approval. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in late March flagged vaccine passport systems’ potential problems in an opinion piece, arguing they would create two tiers of unvaccinated and vaccinated people.

A spokesperson for business group Oregon Business and Industry, Nathaniel Brown, told the New York Times that they “have serious concerns about the practicality of requiring business owners and workers to be the enforcer.”

“We are hearing from retailers and small businesses who are concerned about putting their frontline workers in a potentially untenable position when dealing with customers,” Brown said.

On May 16, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said that local governments, but not federal, will be driving ” vaccine mandates ” of this type.

“We’re not counting on vaccine mandates at all. It may very well be that local businesses, local jurisdictions will work toward vaccine mandates. That is going to be locally driven and not federally driven,” Walensky told NBC.

New York, which is offering free vaccination and incentives to get the shot, released in March an application that could act as a COVID-19 vaccine passport.

The application is named ” Excelsior Pass ,” and local authorities are thinking about requiring it for sports events, weddings, and businesses.

In this undated photo, provided by NY Governor’s Press Office on March 27, 2021, is the new “Excelsior Pass” app, a digital pass that people can download to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. (NY Governor’s Press Office via AP/File)

“New Yorkers have proven they can follow public health guidance to beat back COVID, and the innovative Excelsior Pass is another tool in our new toolbox to fight the virus while allowing more sectors of the economy to reopen safely and keeping personal information secure,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, said in a statement.

With the move, Oregon is the first state to implement a system that requires people entering workplaces, businesses, and religious sites to show proof of vaccination.