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Tuesday 5-2-23

Tuesday 5 - 2 - 23


Verse(s) for today:


I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: For thou, LORD, only makest me dwell in safety.

Psalm 4:8 KJV


I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless, I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.

Galatians 2:20 KJV


And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

John 1:14 KJV



Thought(s) for the Day:


It’s not easy to hear about our mistakes or weaknesses, but the alternative is to never improve. A willingness to be corrected is the only path to life-changing personal growth. Don’t take correction as criticism – it’s an opportunity to open your heart to more love.




Powerful Message in Difficult Times:

This message will draw your hearts closer to the mind of God, and His purposes.

This worth listening to the whole message, as it will answer many questions, we have about wicked rulers.

However, I also believe we should not be fearful of opposing such men in speaking truth when it is needed.

God help us to know when, and how to speak about these matters.

God bless all, knowing the days we live in.

[Brian Plum]




NCI Victims' Testimonies Indexed Library:

Here is the National Citizens Inquiry Victim Testimonies Collection. https://drtrozzi.org/2023/04/28/national-citizens-inquiry-victim-testomony-collection/ [Dr Mark Trozzi] Table of Contents 1. Tami Desrosiers financial and medical hardships from covid injection 2. Kirk Desrosiers injection injury extreme blood clotting in lungs 3. Teacher Katrina Burns describes disastrous effects on children 4. Martha Voth husband ventilated without permission 5. Josephine Fillier gaslit by her doctor 6. Tobias Tissen church services crushed by COVID lockdowns 7. Janessa Blaulvelt on hostile public attitude towards uninjected 8. Scott Spidle horrifying story of covid hospital neglect 9. Jason MacVicar´s ministry destroyed by covid divisions 10. Joe Behar despaired by thought of fleeing Canada 11. Bliss Behar dropped out of school to avoid hatred towards uninjected 12. Elizabeth Cummings emotional injection vicitm testimony 13. Peter Van Caulert shares regrets after denied access to dying mother 14. Terry LaChappelle faces no jab no job ultimatum 15. Paula Doiron health care practitioner injection victim 16. Darrell Shelley denied chance to say goodbye to his dying mother 17. Leigh-Anne Coolen´s Story 18. Dan Hartman loses his son to the injection #answers4Sean 19. Artur Anselm young father suffers myocarditis from the injection 20. Drue´s injection injury story 21. Chet Chisolm suffers PTSD from covid measures 22. Vonnie Allen ripped away from her nursing career 23. Noe engineering student and athlete forced to study online 24. Doug denied access to his newborn grandson 25. Patrycea discusses family destruction during covid-19 era 26. Sherri on the carrot and stick methods of covid tyranny 27. Nathan describes how covid mandates affected his children 28. Jennifer discusses the social devastation on her family and child 29. Harold explains the strain of covid restrictions on his family

It is TIME to hear the REAL TRUTH!


Tami Desrosiers financial and medical hardships from covid injection

Kirk Desrosiers injection injury extreme blood clotting in lungs

Teacher Katrina Burns describes disastrous effects on children

Martha Voth husband ventilated without permission

Josephine Fillier gaslit by her doctor

Tobias Tissen church services crushed by COVID lockdowns

Janessa Blaulvelt on hostile public attitude towards uninjected

Scott Spidle horrifying story of covid hospital neglect

Jason MacVicar´s ministry destroyed by covid divisions

Joe Behar despaired by thought of fleeing Canada

Bliss Behar dropped out of school to avoid hatred towards uninjected

Elizabeth Cummings emotional injection vicitm testimony

Peter Van Caulert shares regrets after denied access to dying mother

Terry LaChappelle faces no jab no job ultimatum

Paula Doiron health care practitioner injection victim

Darrell Shelley denied chance to say goodbye to his dying mother

Leigh-Anne Coolen´s Story

Dan Hartman loses his son to the injection #answers4Sean

Artur Anselm young father suffers myocarditis from the injection

Drue´s injection injury story

Chet Chisolm suffers PTSD from covid measures

Vonnie Allen ripped away from her nursing career

Noe engineering student and athlete forced to study online

Doug denied access to his newborn grandson

Patrycea discusses family destruction during covid-19 era

Sherri on the carrot and stick methods of covid tyranny

Nathan describes how covid mandates affected his children

Jennifer discusses the social devastation on her family and child



Rep. Comer says Hunter Biden legal team 'testing' line of witness intimidation:

As pressure ramps up against Hunter Biden and the Biden family in general, one Republican lawmaker indicated that potential intimidation and harassment issues could make things ugly.

Rep. James Comer (R-KY) made a bombshell statement last week, accusing Hunter Biden's legal team of teetering on the brink of witness harassment and intimidation.

".@JamesComer:Hunter Biden’s legal team are testing the limits with respect to witness intimidation. They’re trying to intimidate me for having the audacity to investigate the Biden family. We have witnesses that actually fear for their life," The Dirty Truth tweeted.

"We’ve got witnesses that are scared to death to come forward. They fear for their lives," Comer said in a recent Just The News interview.

Comer added: "I mean, you've got the banks that have worked with us, they're being squeezed by attorneys, by high-ranking officials in the Democrat Party for having the nerve to work with us to comply with our subpoenas."

"The Hunter Biden legal team — they're testing the limits," Comer said in an interview with the "Just the News, No Noise."

He added: "I'll put it like that with respect to witness intimidation. I mean just look in my district. We've got dark money groups that are being funded through prominent high-ranking Democrat officials in Congress. Also the communications director for the White House continues to retweet things trying to intimidate me for having the audacity to investigate."

Just The News added:

The rising temperature in the Hunter Biden case comes as an IRS whistleblower on Thursday got clearance from the House Ways and Means Committee to give evidence to lawmakers of what he said is political interference in the criminal probe of Hunter Biden's tax affairs and lawyers for the first son met with DOJ reportedly to discuss impending criminal charges.

Social media users reacted to the potential intimidation and harassment.

"We should have laws about this sort of thing...oh, wait," one Twitter user wrote.

Another Twitter user added:"Politics always has, and always will be, Blood Sport. We are in the end times of the desperate Democrat Party of Organized Crime. Mafia tactics in play."

Only time will tell if Hunter Biden's numerous scandals are ever fully and fairly investigated. Many believe that because Biden's DOJ seems protective of the Biden family, it won't happen until a Republican president is elected.

[The American Digest]



Joe Rogan believes Tucker Carlson has massive opportunity to grow beyond Fox News following firing:

Here is what [A-I] says:

Tucker Carlson was abruptly fired from his Fox News show "Tucker Carlson Tonight" last week. podcaster Joe Rogan thinks Carlson should use his firing to build a career in internet media. Carlson has been a ratings powerhouse for Fox News for years. Fox News has not commented on Carlson's firing. Carlson's final episode was his lowest-rated show, but it still outpaced every cable news program except the NBA playoffs. Kari Lake, the former Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate, has offered to set up a defense fund to get him out of his contract with Fox.

Podcaster Joe Rogan has advised controversial right-wing figure Tucker Carlson to use his recent exit from Fox News to build a career in online media, saying he is "designed for the internet". Carlson was fired from his primetime show on the broadcaster last week with no explanation; there have been calls for him to be freed from any non-compete clause and Kari Lake, former Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate, has offered support if it can be used. The presenter was one of Fox's most popular anchors before being sacked.

READ the detail following:

Podcaster Joe Rogan believes former Fox News host Tucker Carlson should use his recent firing to build a career in internet media, the Daily Caller reported. Carlson was abruptly fired from his primetime "Tucker Carlson Tonight" show last week without explanation.

Viewers and news industry folks alike were left reeling by Fox's decision to cut Carlson Monday. There has been no official word from the network for the abrupt change despite stellar ratings.

Carlson's continued popularity is apparent as a tweet following his ouster received nearly 80 million views and outpaces any Fox News program. That fact gives credence to Rogan, who said the host is "designed for the internet."

Rogan made this remark while speaking to guest David Smith on "The Joe Rogan Experience" Thursday. "I hope he goes there," Smith, a libertarian standup comedian, agreed with Rogan.

"He’s going to, unless [Fox] paid him off," Rogan said. "If I was a person in a position of power and a wild card like Tucker Carlson got released from Fox News and maybe Rumble makes a deal with him or something like that, do you have any f---ing idea how big that would be?" Rogan said.

"It could make that app. It could make that platform," Rogan continued.

"I mean, if Tucker Carlson goes over there, it would be worth it for them to invest a considerable amount of money. But, if I was Fox News, that's the last thing I would want," Rogan added.

"So, I would make sure we have him locked up for the entire term of some contract, some non-compete, and pay them off. You'd be better off just giving him the same amount of money he made when he was on the air than have him opposing you," Rogan said.

Smith went on to wonder aloud whether Carlson had a non-compete clause in his contract with Fox that would prevent him from turning up at another network. Rogan said Fox is "not stupid" and likely built it into Carlson's contract.

The move to fire Carlson is certainly strange, considering he was such a ratings powerhouse for the network. Over the years, he was consistently one of the top-rated hosts both at the network and in all of cable news, the Los Angeles Times reported.

In fact, Carlson's ratings in the week before his firing outpaced every other cable TV program except the NBA playoffs. Carlson's five weeknight shows outpaced everything except the sporting event in viewership, including his worst-rated episode that would become his last.

Many people are worried that Fox has muzzled Carlson for the rest of his contract time, which could run through 2024, Newsweek reported. Kari Lake, the former Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate, has offered to set up a defense fund to get him out of it.

"I don't know what Tucker's deal is, but I worry that he might still be under contract and they're literally going to be paying him 10, 20, 30 million a year to just sit there and be quiet," Lake said. "We can't afford to have Tucker Carlson's voice silenced for 1 1/2 years."

It's uncertain what Carlson's future in media will be. However, he is a talented and popular host, and there's no doubt he is working behind the scenes to get back in front of the camera, even if it means the move that Rogan recommended. [American Digest]




7th-grader sent home for wearing 'there are only two genders' T-shirt takes school officials to task:

A middle school student who says he was sent home for wearing a T-shirt that said "there are only two genders,"bravely, brilliantly, and bluntly addressed the matter at a Middleborough Public Schools Committee meeting.

"I never thought that the shirt I wore to school ... would lead me to speak with you today," 12-year-old Liam Morrison said, having lowered the microphone to deliver his statement.

Young Liam is a seventh-grader at Nichols Middle School in Middleborough, Massachusetts, Fox News Digital reported.

Liam explained that he was taken out of gym class in March for what turned out to be a "very uncomfortable talk." He said two adults told him the shirt he was wearing was making some people feel "unsafe" and that he would have to remove it to return to class.

The preteen said that though he was told he was not in trouble, it felt like he was.

When he said he did not want to remove his shirt, school officials called his father to pick him up, according to Liam's account.

"Thankfully, my dad supported my decisions," Liam said.

"What did my shirt say? Five simple words: There are only two genders. Nothing harmful, nothing threatening. Just a statement I believe to be a fact."

Then Liam got to the heart of the matter, and the young, bespectacled gentleman held nothing back.

"I was told that my shirt was 'targeting a protected class.' Who is this protected class? Are their feelings more important than my rights?"

Liam said he didn't complain when he saw diversity posters and pride flags in the school "because others have rights to their beliefs just as I do."

Liam said no students or staff told him they were bothered by what he was wearing. To the contrary, he said. Some students said they supported him and wanted a similar T-shirt.

Despite being told his shirt was a "disruption to learning," Liam said no one stormed out of class or burst into tears.

"I experience disruptions to my learning every day. Kids acting out in class are a disruption, yet nothing is done," Liam said. "Why do rules apply to one but not another?"

"I feel like these adults were telling me it wasn't OK for me to have an opposing view."

"Their arguments were weak, in my opinion," Liam said, briefly looking up from his papers, directing his gaze at the adults on stage.

"I have learned a lot in this experience. ... I learned that adults don't always do the right thing or make the right decisions."

"I know I have the right to wear a shirt with those five words. Even at 12 years old, I have my own political opinions and I have a right to express those opinions, even at school. This right is called the First Amendment to the Constitution."

"I hope you will speak up for the rest of us so we can express ourselves without being pulled out of class," Liam concluded, thanking the committee for its time.

Watch 12-year-old Liam Morrison address the Middleborough Public Schools Committee meeting starting at 09:40 below.

[The BLAZE Media]




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