In July, Kavanaugh and Barrett joined the court’s leftist majority in declining to hear Arlene’s Flowers v. Washington, a critical religious liberty case. They again sided with the court’s left in a similar decision to turn away a religious exemption challenge to Maine’s vaccine mandate — which Justices Neil Gorsuch, Samuel Alito, and Clarence Thomas took pains to note was staggering in its hypocrisy.
John Durham has another scalp. On November 3, 2021, Igor Danchenko – Christopher Steele’s primary subsource – was arrested by federal authorities.
Now we have his indictment. Danchenko has been charged with false statements to federal officials during his 2017 interviews with the FBI.
According to the indictment, Danchenko lied about his contacts with “Russians,” his travels to Russia, and the identity of his sources. (Those are just some of the lies.)
Michael Sussmann has been indicted for lying to the FBI general counsel James Baker during a September 2016 meeting where he provided to Baker materials and information purported to link the Trump Organization with Russian entity Alfa Bank. In order to bolster the credibility of his claims, Sussmann told Baker he was acting on his own and not for any clients.
This was a lie – Sussmann was acting on behalf of a tech executive and the Hillary Clinton campaign. According to Special Counsel John Durham, Sussmann would repeat this lie on February 9, 2017 to two employees of another government agency (“Agency-2” in the indictment; possibly CIA).
I discussed the Igor Danchenko indictment here, laying out some of the more eye-raising parts of the facts and charges against Christopher Steele’s primary sub-source.
Taking a closer look at the Danchenko indictment, there is a curious question presented by the FBI to Danchenko in June 2017. A question that indicates the FBI might have known more about the true sources to the Steele Dossiers sooner than they have let on.
and contrary to what many claim, the VAERS system is hard to use. it’s clunky, difficult, and requires reams of information. so the hurdle was never a low one.
adding in putting the doctor in jeopardy to win nothing from the state or for the patient by doing so leaves you with a system reliant on people spending time and effort and perhaps taking personal risk to get nothing back in return save the feeling of “having provided data.”
this all works to raise the price of reporting. it’s functionally a tax.
hardly a recipe for high participation rates.
imagine instead that vaccine AE’s were treated like covid cases, covered by the government, paid by special funds, and patients not left hanging and out of pocket. imagine what VAERS would look like then. imagine what every insurance company would be clamoring to duck and every patient leaping in the air to catch.
can anyone doubt VAERS deaths in the US would be 80,000 not 8k?
Planned Parenthood recently distributed flyers at Stewart Middle School in Tacoma, Washington. The flyers targeted eleven-year-olds, informing them that they could have sex with anyone under the age of thirteen, and that their parents were not entitled to determine whether they took birth control or were tested for sexually transmitted diseases. The kids could make up their own minds.