Billions to Ukraine but nothing for Ohio: Biden admin turns down Ohio’s request for disaster assistance after toxic derailment | 16 Feb 2023 | The Biden administration turned down a request for federal disaster assistance from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine in the aftermath of the train derailment in the state earlier this month that led to a large release of toxic chemicals. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) told Ohio’s state government that it was not eligible for disaster assistance to help the community recover from the toxic spill, Dan Tierney, a spokesperson for DeWine, told Fox News Digital on Thursday. Tierney explained that FEMA believed the incident didn’t qualify as a traditional disaster, such as a tornado or hurricane, for which it usually provides assistance… Health officials have assured the public that tests have shown the area is safe. However, experts have cast doubt on the safety of the air to breathe and have also suggested residents shouldn’t accept the compensation offered by Norfolk Southern.
Blinken Announces $185 Million in Aid to Turkey Following Earthquake While Biden Administration Ignores East Palestine | 19 Feb 2023 | Secretary of State Tony Blinken announced on Sunday the United States allocated another 100 million to Turkey following the [likely HAARP-induced] devastating earthquakes earlier this month. This was on top of the 85 million the U.S. already sent to Turkey following the earthquake on February 6th. The Biden regime has yet to send relief to East Palestine, Ohio, following the massive toxic chemical explosion on February 6, 2023, after the train derailment on February 3.
Zelensky spent two months in Bunker – report –Ministers and aides inside the Ukrainian president’s shelter were asked to sign non-disclosure agreements, the newspaper reports | 19 Feb 2023 | Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky and his associates spent almost two months in a bunker after the outbreak of the conflict with Russia, instead of the planned two weeks, and underwent significant hardships, The Times has reported. The Ukrainian government “immediately” descended into a secure shelter under the president’s office on Bankovaya Street in central Kiev when Russia’s military operation was launched on February 24, 2022, the British newspaper reported on Saturday. The secrecy around the bunker was so high that those who accompanied the head of state underground had to sign a special non-disclosure agreement. According to the document, they were banned from revealing any details about the shelter’s design, location, amenities, or even the food that they were given.
The Federal Government Is Tracking the Unvaccinated | 14 Feb 2023 | The U.S. government has been secretly tracking those who didn’t get the COVID jab, as well as those who aren’t up to date on their shots… As recently discovered and reported by Dr. Robert Malone, the U.S. government has secretly been tracking those who didn’t get the COVID jab, or are only partially jabbed, through a previously unknown surveillance program designed by the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The program was implemented on April 1, 2022, but didn’t become universally adopted by most medical clinics and hospitals across the United States until January 2023. Under this program, doctors at clinics and hospitals have been instructed to ask patients about their vaccination status, which is then added to their electronic medical records as a diagnostic code, known as ICD-10 code, without their knowledge or consent so that they can be tracked–not just within the health care system but outside of it as well.
NFL Players Association Urged to Screen for Heart Issues Over Vaccine Side Effects | 16 Feb 2023 | The Health Freedom Defense Fund urged the association in a recent letter to implement screening because the vaccines can cause myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation. Young males are the most at risk. Most NFL players received a COVID-19 vaccine under pressure from teams and the league. “Safety signals illustrate that the near and long-term health outcomes of the COVID-19 vaccines remain uncertain,” Leslie Manookian, president and founder of the fund, told DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the players association, in the letter. “A multitude of adverse reactions to these injections, including myocarditis, are wide-ranging and confirmed, and as such, prudence dictates that the NFLPA investigate the extent to which the COVID-19 shots may have resulted in injury, compromised health or death of players,” Manookian said.