January 12th, 2022 3-5PM ET
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Justice Dept. creating unit focused on domestic terrorism The Justice Department is establishing a specialized unit focused on domestic terrorism, the department’s top national security official told lawmakers Tuesday as he described an “elevated” threat from violent extremists in the United States. Assistant Attorney General Matthew Olsen, testifying just days after the nation observed the one-year anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, said the number of FBI investigations into suspected domestic violent extremists has more than doubled since the spring of 2020. “We have seen a growing threat from those who are motivated by racial animus, as well as those who ascribe to extremist anti-government and anti-authority ideologies,” Olsen said. The formulation of a new unit underscores the extent to which domestic violent extremism, which for years after the Sept. 11 attacks was overshadowed by the threat of international terrorism, has attracted urgent attention inside the federal government and at the White House. But the issue remains politically freighted and divisive, in part because the absence of a federal domestic terrorism statute has created ambiguities as to precisely what sort of violence meets that definition. The U.S. criminal code defines domestic terrorism as violence intended to coerce or intimidate a civilian population and to influence government policy, but there is no standalone domestic terrorism charge, meaning prosecutors have to rely on other statutes. Olsen’s assessment about growing domestic threats tracked with a warning last March from FBI Director Christopher Wray, who testified that the threat was “metastasizing.” Jill Sanborn, the executive assistant director in charge of the FBI’s national security branch who testified alongside Olsen, said Tuesday the greatest threat comes from lone extremists or small cells who radicalize online and look to carry out violence at so-called “soft targets.”
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Hour 2 – Outside The Box With Ty Bollinger!
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SMOKING GUN: Military documents prove Fauci lied about gain of function coronavirus research in Wuhan – #ArrestFauci Project Veritas has done it again, this time blowing the lid on the medical deep state’s lies about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). We now know beyond a shadow of a doubt that Tony Fauci lied under oath about dangerous “gain of function” coronavirus research, which was, in fact, taking place in Wuhan, China, just prior to the unleashing of the plandemic. Never-before-seen military documents obtained by James O’Keefe and his team show that the Fauci Flu was, in fact, concocted in a laboratory through gain of function experiments. This same research was apparently also used to develop the “vaccines” under Operation Warp Speed. The documents in question, which were never supposed to be publicly released, stem from a report compiled by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). These documents contain admissions about gain of function experiments that prove Fauci to be a liar for denying that they occurred.
WHO experts say repeated COVID boosters not a viable strategy WHO experts warned Tuesday that repeating booster doses of the original COVID vaccines is not a viable strategy against emerging variants and called for new jabs that better protect against transmission. An expert group created by the World Health Organization to assess the performance of COVID-19 vaccines said simply providing fresh jabs of existing COVID vaccines as new strains of the virus emerge was not the best way to fight the pandemic. “A vaccination strategy based on repeated booster doses of the original vaccine composition is unlikely to be appropriate or sustainable,” the WHO Technical Advisory Group on COVID-19 Vaccine Composition (TAG-Co-VAC) said in a statement. The group said there could be a need to update the existing vaccines to better target emerging COVID variants, like Omicron which has spread rapidly and has been detected in 149 countries so far. And it called for the development of new jabs that not only protect people who contract COVID against falling seriously ill but also better prevent people from catching the virus in the first place.
Quebec plans to hit unvaccinated with a ‘significant’ tax The Quebec government wants to impose a “significant” financial penalty on the “small minority” of Quebecers who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Premier François Legault made the announcement — which would be a first in Canada — during a press conference on Tuesday. He said he was working on the tax with Finance Minister Eric Girard while also reviewing the measure’s legality. “Unfortunately, there is still a small minority, about 10 per cent of the population, that refuses to get vaccinated,” Legault said. “I sense the frustration from Quebecers towards that minority that … is clogging our hospitals.” “That is why I am announcing that we are currently working on a health contribution that will be charged to all Quebec adults who refuse to get vaccinated,” he continued, adding that people with medical exemptions would be excluded from the new tax. Legault did not announce any details nor a date for the new tax, nor did he specify the amount except to say that it would be “significant.” The premier said that unvaccinated Quebecers currently occupy 50 per cent of intensive care unit beds in the province, despite being one tenth of the population. “It is shocking,” he said. “People who refuse to get vaccinated impose a burden on (health care) personnel and an important financial burden on the majority of Quebecers.”
10 Upcoming Fabricated Media Narratives For 2022 Fake news is a common problem these days. We can’t begin to tell you how many times “experts” tricked us into believing Nancy Pelosi had real eyebrows over the past year. This year looks to be as confusing as ever, so we must stay on guard for blatant lies perpetuated by the mainstream media. To help you get ahead of the curve, keep in mind these ten upcoming fabricated media narratives in 2022.
1) The vaccine didn’t work. Here’s why that’s actually a good thing: They’ll explain it all in a very brilliant NYT op-ed.
2) Most greenhouse gasses are produced by people complaining about high gas prices: This is all your fault, you ingrate. Stop complaining!
3) Rand Paul only criticizes Fauci because he can’t date him: Just look at the way Rand Paul looks into those beady little eyes. He’s clearly in love.
4) Botched eyebrow lifts are really a sign of stunning bravery: Would you have the courage to walk out of the house like that? Didn’t think so.
5) Climate change is inflicting the equivalent of twelve January 6ths on our democracy every day: Actually, this one is probably true. Greenhouse gases do tend to wander around buildings aimlessly and be almost completely harmless.
Nearly 2 million cases of cancer likely to be diagnosed in 2022: Report Nearly 2 million new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed and some 609,000 people will likely die from cancer in the U.S. in 2022, according to a new report published Wednesday. The annual report from the American Cancer Society estimates that 1,918,030 Americans will be diagnosed with cancer, equivalent to 5,250 new cases being detected every day. This is up from approximately 1.8 million new cases that likely occurred in 2021. Both figures — for cases and deaths — are the highest estimates made by the ACS since at least 2007. Health experts have suggested that people missing cancer screenings and doctor’s appointments due to the COVID-19 pandemic may cause cancer rates to rise in the coming years. However, Dr. Rebecca Siegel, an epidemiologist at the American Cancer Society and corresponding author of the report, told ABC News that estimates were made based on complete data, which is only available through 2018 for cases and 2019 for deaths. “We absolutely expect that the pandemic will impact cancer rates because of delays in screenings, and diagnoses because of health care closures, but we were not able to account for that yet,” she said. She expects future reports will likely reflect the impacts of the pandemic.
Common herbs may hold key to breakthrough tumor-killing cancer treatment Could the key to new cancer treatments lie in common Mediterranean herbs? Those who swear by natural remedies may be happy to learn that scientists say they’ve discovered an herbal recipe that could lead to a breakthrough in the fight against cancer. Cancer remains the second-leading cause of death in the U.S., behind heart disease and ahead of COVID-19, according to recent research. Scientists at Purdue University say that herbs such as thyme and oregano both have an anti-cancer compound that can suppress tumor development. In fact, the key to unlocking the power of these plants is to amplify the amount of the compound created and use it in drug development. “These plants contain important compounds, but the amount is very low and extraction won’t be enough,” says Natalia Dudarevea, a professor of biochemistry in Purdue’s College of Agriculture, in a statement. “By understanding how these compounds are formed, we open a path to engineering plants with higher levels of them or to synthesizing the compounds in microorganisms for medical use. It is an amazing time for plant science right now. We have tools that are faster, cheaper, and provide much more insight. It is like looking inside the cell; it is almost unbelievable.”
Keto and Cancer 101: Can the Ketogenic Diet Help Fight Cancer? Ketogenic diets – also known as keto diets, or keto – are the topic of heavy conversation these days. A typical keto diet recommends getting 75% of calories from healthy fats, 20% from protein, and only 5% from carbs. On Google, searches for keto now outrank those for paleo.1 Keto recipe books rank high on bestseller lists and believe it or not, high-fat snacks have become a flourishing business. It may surprise you to learn that what we know today as the keto diet was developed as a clinical tool just under a hundred years ago. It all began in the early 20th Century, when patients with various illnesses were seen to benefit from short fasts. For instance, doctors noticed that children with epilepsy stopped having seizures after two days of absolute fasting at a point when their bodies would have been forced to enter a physiological state known as ketosis. This is believed to be an evolutionary adaptation to help us through times when food is scarce. Promisingly, fasting was also found to have positive effects on their body fat, blood sugar, cholesterol, and hunger levels. In 1921, Dr. R.M. Wilder at the Mayo Clinic proposed a diet for the treatment of epilepsy – which he referred to as a ketogenic diet – in which most of the calories were derived from fat, mimicking the biochemical changes of fasting.2 Today, children resistant to anti-epileptic drugs are still advised to follow keto diets to prevent seizures, always under the management of well-trained dietitians, of course. Indeed, according to the Epilepsy Society, the keto diet is considered to be a medical treatment.
31 Simple Ways to Detoxify Every Day Our body is bombarded with toxins relentlessly both externally and internally. The more toxic we are, the more weakened our immune system becomes. So detoxification is vital! But a natural body detox doesn’t have to be complicated. Did you know that you can help your body detoxify on a daily basis in simple ways? If you want to discover 31 easy-to-do actions that will help you detox and guide you towards a healthier lifestyle, then you should… A word of caution: While each tip on its own is simple, trying to incorporate too many new things into your daily routine all at once is a recipe for none of them to stick. Review the list and see which of these you’re already doing on a regular basis, and then pick one or two new things to start. Once these become habitual, then pick a couple more items. If you do this consistently each month, by the end of the year you’ll have a bunch of new natural body detox habits that support your physical (and mental) health!