News Updates From CLG
23 October 2022
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Elite U.S. unit ready to fight in Ukraine if conflict ‘escalates’ – CBS –America’s 101st Airborne Division, deployed close to the Ukrainian border, would step in if NATO were attacked, its commanders said | 22 Oct 2022 | The US Army’s 101st Airborne Division would not hesitate to enter Ukraine should a conflict break out between Russia and NATO, CBS News reported on Friday, citing the unit’s military commanders. The elite division is currently conducting war games in Romania, close to the country’s border with the war-torn state. The unit’s commanders told CBS that they would be prepared to cross into Ukraine if the fighting escalates, without elaborating what that would entail, or if NATO were to come under attack. They highlighted that their current deployment in Europe, the first since WWII, is “to defend NATO territory.”
Explosives-Laden Drone – Undetonated – Found near Nord Stream Pipeline Bomb Blast Site –News media coverage of the recovery of this drone has been forbidden by Swedish authorities. [LOL! I don’t live in Sweden.] | 22 Oct 2022 | Sweden Police investigating the recent explosion which blew up three out of four natural gas pipelines between Russia and Germany, found an explosives-laden, but undetonated underwater drone, near the fourth pipeline which did not get blown up. A wire which would have controlled the explosion of that drone was found to have been severed. The police called in the Sweden Army Ordnance Disposal Unit to recover the undetonated drone and to render it safe. The drone is now impounded, and with it, the first conclusive proof of WHO carried out the bombing of Nord Stream. Sweden immediately Classified the drone and the investigation as needing to be concealed for “national security” reasons. The model of drone makes clear who the perpetrator is. Sweden is not revealing the drone model or any other information surrounding it.
U.S. Poured Millions Into Hungarian Opposition Trying to Topple PM Orban – Moscow | 23 Oct 2022 | Budapest repeatedly raised its voice against anti-Russia sanctions, stressing that Hungary won’t support any measures which damage its economy. Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova stated that Washington had fueled the movement against Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, since the US doesn’t consider the country obedient enough. “Now, it turns out that the opposition in Budapest was also financed. The Hungarian [newspaper] Magyar Nemzet published an investigation into the funding of the liberal-left coalition of opponents of [Prime Minister] Viktor Orban by the American NGO Action for Democracy. The investigators and special services will probe all the circumstances of the attempts of foreign meddling in the political life of the country, but it is already obvious that the bill approaches millions of dollars,” Zakharova said. According to the report, the foundation, created just before the February elections, enjoyed close ties with the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). The report also suggested that Action for Democracy is connected to Hungarian-born billionaire George Soros, who funds Open Society Foundations, banned by Hungary several years ago.
U.S. tax dollars at work: Ukraine bombs civilian targets in Russia – regional governor –The attack destroyed a school, a kindergarten and private houses, he claims | 21 Oct 2022 | Ukraine has again shelled Russia’s Belgorod Region, the local governor announced on Friday. The attack was deliberately aimed at civilian infrastructure, the official added. Vyacheslav Gladkov wrote on his Telegram channel: “Thank God, there are no victims or wounded,” explaining that residents of the targeted area had been evacuated the day before. Gladkov said local authorities continue to go from house to house in the village, trying to convince people to leave for their own safety. Later in the day, the governor gave details of another attack on an industrial complex in the same district, directly hit by a Ukrainian shell, causing a major fire. According to preliminary data, at least one woman was injured in the incident.
Russia Destroys Satellite Uplink Station outside Odessa, Ukraine – all NATO Gear inside | 18 Oct 2022 | Russia has destroyed the Satellite Uplink Earth-station of the communications center of Ukraine. To destroy it, a special operation was organized by the Russian Army. After first pinpointing its location, it was hit using high-precision weapons. The destruction of this Earth station — at least for the time being — has totally shut down Ukraine’s secure government communications network, and has stopped the flow of NATO intelligence to Ukraine’s government distribution network. Military planners are no longer able to get real-time intelligence via space satellite communications with NATO… “In the area of Palievka settlement, Odessa region, the communications space station of the Government Communications Center of Ukraine was destroyed,” the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation said during a routine briefing.
Germany Could Run Out of Gas by February, Must Cut Consumption by Up to 30 Percent | 21 Oct 2022 | Germany could be completely out of gas by February, the country’s gas agency has said, with some experts saying that the country needs to cut consumption by 30 per cent to make it through the crisis intact. A reduction in gas consumption of up to 30 per cent may be required if Germany wants to make it through the coming winter intact, some experts have claimed, while the country’s gas agency has expressed concern that the nation could run out of the hydrocarbon by February… According to a report by Die Welt, Germany’s Federal Network Agency — the watchdog in charge of regulating gas and electricity in the country — has confirmed that there is a distinct possibility that Germany will run out of gas before the winter is out.
Pentagon Will Pay for Military Members to Get Abortions Out of State | 20 Oct 2022 | Members of the U.S. military who travel out of state to obtain an abortion will now have their travel fees covered by the Pentagon, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced in a memo Thursday, after abortion rights advocates raised concerns about the impact statewide bans could have on service members. The Pentagon will establish travel and transportation allowances for service members and their dependents to get an abortion out of state if the procedure is banned where they’re stationed, Austin said in a memo Thursday. The defense agency will also establish a policy for administrative absences to obtain reproductive care like abortions. It will also strengthen privacy protections around abortion, including directing Department of Defense healthcare providers not to disclose reproductive healthcare information to commanders unless it would interfere with an employee’s work, and extending the time for service members to report their pregnancy to their commanders to 20 weeks. [Too bad no one has the right or privacy to decline the mRNA experimental injection. Apparently, “my body, my choice” only applies when there are two bodies involved.- Michael Rectenwald.]
FBI, military police responding to ‘barricade situation’ at U.S. Army’s Fort Belvoir, officials say –Officials said the “situation is ongoing” and they “cannot comment further at this time.” | 23 Oct 2022 | The FBI and military police are responding Sunday to an ongoing “barricade situation” at the U.S. Army’s Fort Belvoir, Virginia, officials said. “Fort Belvoir law enforcement officials & the FBI Washington Field Office’s National Capital Response Squad responded with local law enforcement partners to a barricade situation at Fort Belvoir Sunday morning,” according to the Twitter account for Fort Belvoir. Officials said the “situation is ongoing” and they “cannot comment further at this time.” Law enforcement rushed to Fort Belvoir after police scanner reports stated that a man with a gun was barricaded inside of a home on the base, D.C. outlet WUSA9 reported. [Update: A suspect is in custody after FBI agents and military police responded Sunday to a 7-hour-long “barricade situation” at the U.S. Army’s Fort Belvoir, Virginia, officials said.]
Judge grants depositions of Fauci, Jen Psaki and other high ranking Biden officials in case over ‘collusive relationship’ between administration and social media companies to ‘censor free speech’ –The suit alleges the Biden administration actively worked with social media companies and encouraged them to censor “disfavored” viewpoints and were in violation of the First Amendment rights of those individuals –Anthony Fauci, Jen Psaki, the former White House Press Secretary, FBI Supervisory Special Agent Elvis Chan, among others will be deposed –Before Friday’s order, the judge gave the White House 21 days to comply –He threw away the Justice Department’s attempt to use executive privilege –Doughty ruled that executive privilege does not apply to external communications by White House officials | 22 Oct 2022 | A federal judge has ordered Dr. Anthony Fauci and a slew of other high-ranking Biden officials to be deposed over the government’s alleged collusion with social media companies to “censor free speech.” On Friday, the court granted the request brought by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, both republicans. Both accused the Biden administration of having “worked hand-in-hand” with social media giants to “censor” news stories that reflect negatively on the White House and called it an “egregious attack on our First Amendment,” a report said.
Pfizer Plans 400% Price Increase for mRNA COVID Jab After CDC Panels Recommend to Include COVID Shots for Children and Adolescents Annual Immunization Schedule | 21 Oct 2022 | After CDC panels recommend adding COVID shots to children and adolescents’ annual immunization schedule, Pfizer plans to increase the price of their mRNA COVID jab by 400%. Pfizer announced during an investor call that the company is considering charging between 110 and 130 per dosage for the private market for the COVID shot Comirnaty as government contracts come to an end. The call was conducted on Thursday to review data on RSV and provide a commercial update on the company’s COVID vaccine. The investor call was uploaded on Thursday at 3:31 PM, hours after CDC panels voted to add the COVID vaccine to the annual immunization schedule for children and adolescents. The new pricing will go into effect in 2023, most likely during the first quarter.
Lawyers Prepare to Sue Any State That Requires COVID-19 Vaccination to Attend School | 22 Oct 2022 | Any state that requires COVID-19 vaccination to attend school will face a lawsuit, lawyers said this week. The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), run by TV host Del Bigtree, has pledged to finance up to 50 lawsuits, Aaron Siri, who frequently represents the group, said. “ICAN has told us it will financially support a challenge against any state. So, if all 50 states require it to attend school, ICAN will support challenging the mandate in every single one of those states,” Siri told The Epoch Times… The pledge comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) advisory panel on Oct. 20 recommended adding COVID-19 vaccines to the child and adolescent immunization schedules. The CDC still has to accept the recommendation, but is expected to do so given its stance on vaccines throughout the pandemic.
CDC Advisers Recommend Adding COVID-19 Vaccines to Childhood Immunization Schedule | 21 Oct 2022 | Advisers to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Oct. 20 recommended adding COVID-19 vaccines to the child and adolescent immunization schedules, despite the vaccines still being under emergency authorization for some children. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) cast the vote during a meeting on updating the schedules for youth and adults. All members voted to add the Moderna, Pfizer, and Novavax vaccines to the 2023 schedules, asserting that the vaccines, despite waning effectiveness, can still prevent severe disease. The Pfizer and Moderna bivalent boosters will also be added if ACIP’s advice is taken. The CDC and partner groups review schedule recommendations from the ACIP. The American Academy of Family Physicians, one of the groups, said that it would review the ACIP’s recommendation.
String of deaths among young Canadian doctors prompts call to end COVID-19 vaccine mandate | 20 Oct 2022 | At least 80 young doctors in Canada have died since the rollout of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine and the implementation of the country’s vaccine mandate for health care workers. These deaths have spurred concerned physicians to call for an end to the mandates. Some of the most recent deaths of Canadian doctors include seven physicians who died between August to September. The hospitals and health care systems and dozens of other Canadian physicians have all insisted time and again that these deaths have nothing to do with the COVID-19 vaccines and boosters that they, with support from Canadian federal and state authorities, were forced to take. In a public letter, Dr. William Makis urged the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) to open an investigation into the sudden deaths of dozens of young doctors and to end the vaccine mandates for all healthcare workers.
3 More COVID-19 Vaccine Injuries Approved for Compensation by U.S. Authorities | 20 Oct 2022 | Three additional COVID-19 vaccine injuries have met the bar for compensation, U.S. authorities announced Oct. 20. Six claims lodged with the Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program (CICP) have now been determined to be eligible for compensation, a Health Resources and Services Administration official told a meeting on vaccines. All the claims relate to COVID-19 vaccines. One is the result of severe allergic shock. The five others are the result of myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation. None of the six injured people have been compensated. Officials are reviewing “eligible expenses,” the official said.
1 in 780 German Children Under 5 Requires Hospitalization Due to Severe Adverse Event Following Pfizer’s mRNA COVID Shots – Study | 20 Oct 2022 | According to the findings of German research, one in every 700 children under the age of five who received the Pfizer mRNA Covid vaccine was hospitalized with severe adverse events (SAE), and one in every 200 children had “symptoms that were currently ongoing and thus of unknown significance.” The study, “Comparative Safety of the BNT162b2 Messenger RNA COVID-19 Vaccine vs Other Approved Vaccines in Children Younger Than 5 Years,” was published in JAMA on Tuesday, two days before the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices voted to recommend COVID-19 to be included in the 2023 childhood immunization schedule. Participants in this retrospective cohort study were German parents or caregivers who had enrolled their children in a Covid-19 vaccination program at 21 outpatient care facilities.
D.C. Judge Sentences Steve Bannon to 4 Months in Prison, $6,500 Fine – Judge Will Release Bannon for Now – November 15 Deadline | 21 Oct 2022 | Steve Bannon was sentenced today by Judge Carl Nichols in a Washington, D.C., courtroom to four months in federal prison. Judge Carl Nichols lectured Steve Bannon before sentencing him for not speaking in Pelosi-Cheney Show Trial. Steve was sentenced to four months in prison and a 6,500 fine. He will be permitted to “voluntarily surrender” to serve his prison term.
Threats made toward multiple CT schools as police gather at funeral of fallen officers | 21 Oct 2022 | Multiple school districts across Connecticut were swatted on Friday as police across the state gathered in East Hartford to honor two Bristol officers killed in the line of duty. As the joint funeral for Bristol Lt. Dustin DeMonte and Sgt. Alex Hamzy took place at Rentschler Field on Friday, there were false reports of an active threat at several high schools in Connecticut, including Windsor Locks Middle School, Enfield High School, Stamford High School and Windham High School. Initial reports from police say the calls appear to be a part of a larger swatting incident throughout the state.
U.S. recession forecast hits 100% – Bloomberg | 17 Oct 2022 | The U.S. economy is 100% certain to enter a recession in the next 12 months, according to an economic model devised by two Bloomberg economists and run based on 13 unspecified financial indicators on Monday. What’s even worse is that the apparently inevitable downturn might come even sooner than that — the model returned a 73% chance it would hit within 11 months and a 25% chance it would arrive within ten. Those outcomes were significantly more grim than the last time Bloomberg ran the model, when it predicted a recession within the year with just 65% certainty. It’s definitely gloomier than the predictions of Joe Biden, who has insisted the US will avoid the recession so many economists seem to think is lurking right around the corner. If there is a recession at all, Biden says, it will be “very slight.”
U.S. Has Only 25 Days of Diesel Supply – Shortage Could Cripple Economy | America has only 25 days of diesel supply thanks to Joe Biden’s economic crippling policies. A diesel fuel crisis will cripple the US. As Bloomberg noted this week, “The US has just 25 days of diesel supply, the lowest since 2008, according to the Energy Information Administration. At the same time, the four-week rolling average of distillates supplied, a proxy for demand, rose to its highest seasonal level since 2007.” The Biden administration has remained strangely silent, probably hoping that the dismal news doesn’t hit the mainstream because it’s a total political time-bomb waiting to go off, especially as the midterm elections are so close.
Biden to Release 10M-15M More Barrels of Oil From Reserve –Biden to Release Another 10-15M Barrels of Oil to Balance Markets | 18 Oct 2022 | The United States plans to release an additional 10 million to 15 million barrels of oil from the country’s emergency stockpile in a bid to balance markets and keep gasoline prices from climbing [right before the 2022 elections], a Bloomberg reporter tweeted late on Monday. The White House also plans to replenish the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve, the tweet said. The Biden administration also has been speaking with energy companies as it considers its strategy to use the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to both push down oil prices for consumers and support longer-term demand for producers, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
12,000 fentanyl pills found packaged in candy at LAX TSA checkpoint | 20 Oct 2022 | Authorities are encouraging parents to double-check their children’s Halloween candy following a massive fentanyl bust at Los Angeles International Airport. Authorities on Wednesday seized approximately 12,000 suspected fentanyl pills that were found disguised in several popular Halloween candy brands at the California airport. Authorities found the dangerous opioid inside boxes of Sweetarts, Skittles and Whoppers, officials said. In a press release, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said that narcotic detectives and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) responded to a TSA screening area around 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday after an individual attempted to go through airport security with bags of candy.
Biden Says John Fetterman’s Wife Will Make a ‘Great Lady in the Senate’ | 23 Oct 2022 | Joe Biden said on Oct. 20 that Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman’s wife, Gisele Baretto Fetterman, will make a “great lady in the Senate.” The remarks, apparently in error, were made while on a stop at the site of a bridge that collapsed last year in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania, where Biden touted his 1 trillion infrastructure bill… “John, thank you very much for running. I really do appreciate it,” said Biden. “And Gisele, you’re going to be a great, great lady in the Senate.” The apparent gaffe was made amid ongoing questioning of John Fetterman’s health and cognitive ability since he suffered a stroke in May days before the primary. His GOP opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz, has repeatedly questioned his ability to serve as senator if elected.
Charlie Crist’s gubernatorial campaign manager fired after domestic violence arrest | 22 Oct 2022 | The campaign manager for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate [mandatory vaccine pusher] Charlie Crist has been dismissed after being arrested earlier this week in Maryland on a domestic violence charge, according to court records reviewed by CBS News. According to Maryland court records, 43-year-old Austin Durrer was arrested Oct. 18 on a count of second-degree assault for domestic violence. He was booked and released on 10,000 bail. He was listed as a complainant in a court record for Jacqueline Whisman, who was also charged with second-degree assault. Records for the two show the same home address.
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