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Nicki Minaj exposes media mafia: Posts private messages from reporters threatening her family members

Nicki Minaj vaccine harrassment

Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj is facing a true reality check after speaking out about wanting to be fully informed before she took the rushed Covid-19 vaccine. Now, she is dealing with a constant stream of backlash from the establishment, including big tech who locked her out of her Twitter account for a few hours yesterday for her dissent.

The White House even offered to give her a call to "educate" her about what is acceptable to say and think under their tyrannical regime, but she declined.

The censorship of free-thinking individuals who question any part of the approved narrative is nothing new, and now thanks to Minaj's platform with millions of followers - over 150 million on Instagram alone - more people are waking up to what's going on.


Sharlene Rampersad: "If you speak to me, we won't reveal those details."

Translation: "I'm making you an offer you can't refuse."

The pearl-clutching by The Guardian would be hilarious if it wasn't so disingenuous about its employee's underhanded tactics.

Antifa-scourge Andy Ngo weighed in:

Apparently Minaj's message has sparked some unwelcome attention to the CDC. Fox News reports:
Nicki Minaj's tweets expressing her reservations about taking the COVID-19 vaccine prompted a group of her fans to launch a protest outside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters in Atlanta on Wednesday, with one outspoken supporter insisting, "We should all question this vaccine."

The demonstrators - who all wore masks and medical gloves - chanted, "Nicki Minaj told me the truth! Fauci lied to me!" according to footage taken by WGCL-TV.

Minaj said earlier this week via Twitter that she had not yet taken the jab, and was still researching whether to get vaccinated. She also made waves by telling fans that her cousin's friend in Trinidad experienced impotence and swollen testicles after receiving a coronavirus vaccine, a claim that numerous politicos and health officials dismissed.

Critics accused the rapper of spreading misinformation about COVID-19 with the claim regarding her cousin's friend's purported reaction to the vaccine, but Twitter said it saw no violation of its rules in her posts.
Tucker Carlson added his support for Minaj:


California recall shenanigans: Over 350,000 votes disappeared in the California recall election on Tuesday night

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Vote totals mysteriously changed on air in real time.
AP blames incident on 'staff error'

On Tuesday night over 350,000 ballots tabulated in the recall election in California disappeared on live TV. The AP responded yesterday that this issue occurred due to a human error.

On Tuesday night on CNN live in front of a national audience over 350,000 ballots calling for the California recall suddenly disappeared.

This is similar to the many 'glitches' we uncovered after the 2020 Election where ballots seemingly disappeared.


Today's cowardly liberal comedians loved Norm MacDonald: Why can't they be funny like him?

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Comedian Norm MacDonald
Norm MacDonald was fearless. He always believed that 'a joke should catch someone by surprise, it should never pander.' As The Atlantic recently noted:
[Norm] hated comedy that pandered to a like-minded crowd, once saying in an interview that stand-ups should hunt for laughter, not applause. "There's a difference between a clap and a laugh. A laugh is involuntary, but the crowd is in complete control when they're clapping. They're saying, 'We agree with what you're saying; proceed!'" he said. "But when they're laughing, they're genuinely surprised. And when they're not laughing, they're really surprised. And sometimes I think, in my little head, that that's the best comedy of all."
Norm MacDonald was, in other words, the absolute opposite of what passes for a comedian today. And since today's comedians are some of the least funny to ever bear that name, that means Norm MacDonald is firmly entrenched as quite possibly the funniest comic of all time.


America's Bioweapon Secrets

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For months, the very mention of the lab-leak hypothesis, which suggests that SARS-CoV-2 leaked from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, would lead to censorship and dismissal.

Academics and public health officials staunchly defended the natural-origin theory for SARS-CoV-2 since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic until, finally, in May 2021, the U.S. government ordered U.S. intelligence agencies to look into COVID-19's origins and, after 90 days, produce a preliminary report.

The classified report was delivered in August 2021, but its results were reportedly inconclusive, with intelligence agencies unable to pinpoint whether COVID-19 has a natural or laboratory origin.1 Prior to the report's release, Antony Blinken, secretary of state, said China had failed to "meet its basic responsibilities in terms of sharing information and providing access."2

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Viral video shows man following a woman around grocery store & SHAMING her for being unvaccinated

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Insisting it was his "job," a man took it upon himself to publicly shame an unvaccinated woman as she shopped at Target, calling on others to join in. The viral clip drew comparisons to a scene from Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

"You're not going to follow me around in the store and point at me to people," the female Target shopper said indignantly as a man sporting a surgical mask and a hat did just that. The video went viral on Twitter on Wednesday after being posted by Art TakingBack, who tweeted that it gathered one million views in just 16 hours.

Comment: Invasion of the Body Snatchers, indeed. It seems that a good portion of the population are letting their true authoritarian colors show and waving that flag with pride. And he has the nerve to say she's being 'unAmerican' for not joining the cult.

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Blue Planet

The Covid era's politicization of expertise means we now have medics lecturing us on climate change

Doctors for Extinction Rebellion
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Doctors for Extinction Rebellion during a march towards the WHO headquarters.
Would you go to a geologist for a cancer diagnosis? Of course not. So why should we listen to 200 medical journal editors pontificating about the climate emergency? Their intervention in the debate is unwelcome and unnecessary.

When 200 medical journal editors publish an apocalyptic and misleading joint editorial about the dangers of temperature rises, which the Wall Street Journal's editorial team correctly noted "could have been ghost written by Greta Thunberg," it reveals that the politicization of expertise we have seen during the Covid pandemic is now limitless.

The intervention by the medical journal editors in the climate debate and its impact on public health ought to be welcomed. We certainly need a broader discussion. But when such an intervention is more about politics than medical science, in the words of the stricken Apollo 13 crew, "Houston, we have a problem."

Comment: Doctors are giving climate advice, politicians are giving medical advice and Big Tech is deciding what's 'acceptable speech' - welcome to Clown World™ 2021!

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Black Cat

Inquiry launched into European Commission chief's refusal to hand over text messages she exchanged with Pfizer CEO

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen
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European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen visits a Pfizer vaccine production plant in Puurs, Belgium, April 2021.
The European Ombudsman has demanded that Commission President Ursula von der Leyen explain how she lost text messages that she exchanged with the CEO of Pfizer during talks about vaccine procurement.

European Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly, the EU's top accountability and governance officer, launched an inquiry into the European Commission's refusal to hand over the contents of communications between von der Leyen and a CEO of an unnamed pharmaceutical company about a Covid-19 vaccine contract.

As a first step, O'Reilly asked the Commission to explain its policy on keeping records of von der Leyen's text messages.
"The Commission has an obligation to record instant messages relating to important policy or political matters, such as the procurement of Covid-19 vaccines," O'Reilly's office wrote in a statement about the case.

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Yellow Vest

Australian police clash with anti-lockdown protesters after failing to suppress dissent with overwhelming force, threat of arrests

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Victorian Police have closed ranks on protesters which descended in their hundreds on the inner-city suburb of Richmond to protest the state's draconian lockdown.

The rally started at 12pm after a crowd gathered at Richmond town hall which is located a few blocks down from the local police station.

Crowds chanted "no more lockdown" and "sack Dan Andrews" as police formed a line at the intersection of Church Street and Bridge Road. Law enforcement responded quickly, blocking traffic and making multiple arrests before reportedly using pepper spray to disperse crowds.

The demonstrations later became violent with protesters tackled to the ground by officers and heated scenes between between the two sides with capsicum spray used by police to keep protesters at bay.

2 + 2 = 4

Virginia teacher: Teaching students to follow directions is white supremacy

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A Virginia high school English teacher created a firestorm after posting a now-deleted Tik-Tok video in which he attacked teaching children rudimentary behavior skills as "white supremacy."

A Twitter user, however, posted Josh Thompson's video to Libs of Tik Tok on Monday.

Comment: This ideological framework can be poison to young minds that are still developing, teaching kids to judge all and everything in terms of race. It's no wonder many parents are up in arms over these teachers who are being exposed.

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Apple & Google delete Navalny's 'Smart Voting' app after top Russian officials accuse US tech giants of 'election interference'

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A 3D printed Google logo is placed on the Apple Macbook in this illustration taken April 12, 2020.
An online tactical voting initiative backed by jailed campaigner Alexey Navalny has been removed from app stores on the eve of Russia's parliamentary elections, after Moscow hit out at tech firms it says were circumventing a ban.

The opposition figure's team confirmed on Friday that the 'Smart Voting' platform had been taken down from both Apple's AppStore and Google Play services after the country's media regulator, Roskomnadzor, called on the American tech firms to implement a government-ordered block. Officials had previously threatened the US firms with hefty fines if they refused to implement the change, in addition to the hundreds of thousands of dollars in financial penalties imposed for previous breaches.

The news comes just one day after the Interim Commission for the Protection of Sovereignty and Prevention of Interference in Internal Affairs on Russia's Federation Council met to discuss the issue. Andrey Klimov, its chairman, said that both Apple and Google were engaged in "illegal" activity during the election period by supporting "the dissemination of information and materials during the campaign." Officials have accused the companies of undermining the bans on the app by hosting it on their networks and hit out at other firms providing VPNs that allow users to circumvent blocks.

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