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Tuesday... 'Whew'

Monday 6-3-24

 

Verses for today:


In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace;

Ephesians 1:7 KJV

 

And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.

Genesis 2:2-3 KJV

 

Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth.

Psalm 46:10 KJV

 

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.

Isaiah 26:3 KJV

 

 

 

Living in Grace:

By: Pastor – Jack Hibbs

The word grace brings such joyful freedom to the human heart that it’s no wonder the last verse of the last book of the Bible ends with this benediction.

God’s grace extended to us, initiated our life with Him and is what we need to see us through to our final destination—heaven. When you live under the refreshing flow of grace, you walk in the newness of life that God intends. A sweet freshness will permeate your mind and heart, causing the fruits of mercy and kindness to grow. 

 

God gives grace regardless of our merit or performance; therefore, we must extend grace to others as recipients. But perhaps you’re not giving grace because you are not personally living in its transforming power. Our failure to show grace can result in criticism and condemnation, leading to broken hearts and defeated spirits. Remember, God’s grace set you free, and it’s time to start living in a brand-new way.

 

Grace is meant to be shared, so put it to work in tangible ways—like your words and actions. Commit to nurturing and encouraging the practice of grace within the church, your home, and the world outside its doors. Be a grace giver today and every day and watch how it provokes others to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ”

(2 Peter 3:18) to the glory of God the Father.

Awaiting His Return,

Pastor – Jack Hibbs


 

 

Residential Schools – HOAX

AMAZON Books

After the announcement by the T'kemlups First Nation of the “discovery” of unmarked graves at Kamloops, many politicians, Indigenous leaders, and media have thrown aside balance, restraint, and caution, turning truth into a casualty.Public discussion of Indian Residential Schools issues is now filled with the following assertions, all of which are either totally false or grossly exaggerated:

  • ·        Thousands of “missing children” went away to residential schools and were never heard from again.

  • ·        These missing children are buried in unmarked graves underneath or around mission churches and schools.

  • ·        Many of these missing children were murdered by school personnel after being subjected to physical and sexual abuse, even outright torture.

  • ·        The carnage is appropriately defined as genocide.

  • ·        Many human remains have already been located by ground-penetrating radar, and many more will be found as government-funded research progresses.

  • ·        Most Indian children attended residential schools.

  • ·        Those who attended residential schools did not go voluntarily but were compelled to attend by federal policy and enforcement.

  • ·        Attendance at residential school has traumatized Indigenous people, creating social pathologies that descend across generations.

  • ·        Residential schools destroyed Indigenous languages and culture.

 

The flight from truth makes true Reconciliation impossible. Why will Canadians want to extend the hand of friendship to Indigenous people who continue to call them criminals and murderers? Why will Indigenous people want to engage in mutual cooperation with people whom they have been led to regard as criminals and murderers?


Getting beyond the “Grave Error” and recovering a more balanced picture of residential schools is the only road to genuine Reconciliation.

This excellent collection of first-rate articles is the place to start.

1) Chief of the Kamloops Band claimed to have discovered unmarked graves. (215)

Yet “no unmarked graves have been discovered” pg7 The book points out that not a single autopsy has been made public.

2) Genocide is claimed; yet in 1867 there were roughly 137,000 indigenous living in Canada.

Today there are roughly 1.8 million living in 2021. Pg.13 Question: If genocide was the goal why did they build schools, build dormitories, buy books, feed and train teachers?

3) Context is everything. When rampant alcoholism was found by RCMP when investigating wide spread murders, starvation, abuse and rape.

Contextually the RCMP could not helicopter social workers into remote areas to evaluate each person.

The RCMP could not analyze who might starve to death shortly or who was prone to be murdered or raped.

The RCMP could not order an air lift into remote areas of B.C. in 1867. The decisions they made at the time were made on the basis of what they witnessed firsthand.

The choice was life or death in the context of the times. Not suggesting that without a social workers report on each child’s outcome may have been different

4) The 1951-1992 Aboriginal who attended Indian Residential schools did not board overnight. Pg. 25

5) The national inquest that was held in the last few years did not allow cross examinations. The book sites people who sited the value of the school originally changed

their testimony when the suggestion of compensation might be awarded, ($5 Billion had been paid under Harper)

6) 83 Christian Churches were burnt, some totally destroyed. When Just- tin was asked about the destruction of the churches he said “it was to be expected

Would that have been tolerated if they were Mosques or Jewish places of worship? Or any other religion?

7) Just a thought; is it possible that had these children been left in remote areas of Canada they may never heard the Gospel?

8) How many indigenous lives have been saved by penicillin and other (European) medical achievements?  How many lives have been lost to cancer by tobacco?

9) There are a number of public indigenous people who credit their education in part to residential schools. (lawyer-judge-Canadian Senator)

10) Native parents had to agree and sign consent over the years to get enrollment. (in later years I assume)

11) Government paid schools on the basis of registered enrollments only.

12) The largest loss of life that occurred in residential schools coincided with 2 plagues. Early 1900’s TB and later 1918-19 Spanish flue.

Those same plagues took lives in all of Canada at the time. (possibly more affected by dormitory accommodation)

13) Studying history it is entirely likely that there was abuse in the system. (recently in a boys school in Toronto and 1969,boarding school in Newfoundland0

Thank you –

Richard Phillips

 

 

 

Biden Administration offers 'Mass Amnesty' to Illegal Immigrants by quietly terminating 350,000 asylum cases:

Report:

In the first four months of 2024, a whopping 113,843 illegal aliens had their asylum cases terminated

The Biden administration has effectively offered "mass amnesty" by quietly terminating asylum cases to hundreds of thousands of migrants, according to an eye-opening report.

 

The Biden administration has "terminated without a decision on the merits of their asylum claim" more than 350,000 migrant asylum cases since 2022, according to a new report from the New York Post – citing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials as their source. The illegal immigrants reportedly have their asylum cases dismissed as long as they don't have a criminal record or are deemed to not be a threat to the United States.

 

While the migrants are not granted asylum per se, they are also not denied asylum. In addition, their asylum cases are terminated without a decision based on the merits of their asylum claim. Consequently, they are removed from the legal system and no longer required to check in with authorities. They are free to live in the U.S. without fear of deportation.

 

According to the Post, there were 102,550 migrants allowed to remain in the U.S. after having their asylum cases dismissed in 2022. The figure purportedly jumped to 149,305 last year. In the first four months of 2024, a whopping 113,843 illegal aliens had their asylum cases terminated, according to the data. Conversely, there were allegedly 18,119 such cases in 2021, 4,730 in 2020, and 4,746 in 2019.

'You're basically allowing people who don't have a right to be in the United States to be here indefinitely.'

 

"This is just a massive amnesty under the guise of prosecutorial discretion," Center for Immigration Studies' Andrew Arthur – a former immigration judge – told the New York Post. "You're basically allowing people who don't have a right to be in the United States to be here indefinitely."

 

Since President Joe Biden took office in January 2020, 77% of asylum seekers have been allowed to remain in the country, according to The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse – a self-described "data gathering, data research and data distribution organization at Syracuse University."

TRAC found there is a backlog of nearly 3.6 million unresolved asylum cases.


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Handling the millions of asylum cases are only 725 immigration judges, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

The average wait time for illegal immigrants awaiting their cases to be heard by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is reportedly more than 6 years. Those awaiting a case to be taken by the Executive Office for Immigration Review have an average wait time of roughly 4.3 years.

The BLAZE Media


 

The judge in Trump’s Trial made this Bad Mistake that could land him in Prison:

Democrats are finding out that lawfare against Donald Trump is a losing strategy.

But regardless of the verdict, the worst may be yet to come as the plan backfired big time.

And the judge in Trump’s trial made this bad mistake that could land him in prison.

 

Judge in Trump trial under scrutiny: 

Judge Juan Merchan is a Joe Biden campaign donor and the man overseeing Donald Trump’s criminal trial.

From the outset, Merchan acted like an extension of Alvin Bragg’s prosecution, routinely ruling in their favor, restricting the ability of Donald Trump to wage a legal defense, and even once referred to the prosecution in court as “we.”

 

Merchan saved the worst for last with rigged jury instructions designed to engineer a conviction.

Merchan let the prosecution not even present what crime Donald Trump supposedly intended to commit when he allegedly falsified business records – a must to elevate the charge from a misdemeanor to a felony – until closing arguments, which deprived Trump of his right to know the charges which he faced so his lawyers could defend in court.

 

Merchan then told the jury they could pick and choose from a menu of three choices of a crime Trump intended to commit – even though he was charged with none of them – and that their verdict didn’t have to be unanimous on which one for a conviction.

 

Judge Merchan may face a criminal investigation: 

Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland requesting a criminal investigation into Merchan’s conduct.

 

Vance cited sections 241 and 242 of Title 18, which make it a crime to conspire against citizens’ civil rights and for government officials to deprive Americans of their civil rights. 

“These statutes would seem to have quite a lot to say about the conduct of Juan Merchan, the New York trial judge and Democratic political donor who has set up a kangaroo court for Donald Trump in Manhattan,” Vance wrote.


Section 242 of Title 18 “makes it a crime for someone acting under color of law to willfully deprive a person of a right or privilege protected by the Constitution or laws of the United States.”

 

This statute also states, “It is not necessary that the offense be motivated by racial bias or by any other animus.”

Vance argued that Merchan’s unconstitutional gag order potentially violated sections 241 and 242 because it’s a government official acting under the color of law to deprive Donald Trump of his Constitutional rights of freedom of speech and to confront his accusers.

 

Examples of Judge Merchan potentially denying Trump’s civil rights:

“On Merchan’s orders, a Republican presidential candidate has been made powerless to question the credibility of the witnesses testifying against him, the motivations of the prosecutors pursuing him, or the impartiality of the apparently conflicted judge fining him,” Vance added.

 

Vance also argued that in jury selection, Merchan deprived Trump of right to a fair and impartial jury by allowing obviously partisan left-wing activists to slip through the screening process forcing Trump’s lawyers to use peremptory challenges they could have saved on less obvious candidates for disqualification.

 

“Merchan has done his best to deprive Trump of both. During jury selection, Merchan refused to dismiss prospective jurors with obvious bias. One had scoffed on social media that “Republicans… [were] projected to pick up 70 seats in prison.”… Another posted a video on social media showing her participation in an anti-Trump street demonstration… But Merchan was willing to impanel them anyway, forcing President Trump’s attorneys to burn critical peremptory strikes…added,” Vance continued.

 

Vance also raises questions about Merchan’s daughter:

Vance also drew attention to the political activities of Merchan’s daughter, a top level Democrat Party operative who earns a living fundraising for Democrats and who has raised money off Trump’s trial.

Vance wrote that Merchan’s daughter is a “fundraiser for Democratic officials and organizations, and she helped her clients raise $93 million from donors during Trump’s trial in New York, partly by invoking the case and smearing the defendant in solicitation emails.”

 

Later on, Vance appeared on Charlie Kirk’s show.

Vance explained he operated under no illusions that the weaponized Biden Justice Department would take any actions against Merchan.

But Vance said he wanted to show Republican voters that their elected officials would do more than just complain and that this letter should serve as a marker for a potential Trump Justice Department to investigate Merchan for any acts of potential wrongdoing and file criminal charges if prosecutors found that Merchan operated outside the law.

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Nancy Pelosi is sweating bullets after this skeleton fell out of her closet:

Former House Speaker Pelosi used to hold the reins of power. Now she’s sneaking through some backroom deals.

But Nancy Pelosi is sweating bullets after this skeleton fell out of her closet.

 

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s net worth is reaching $250 million as the stock market rises, and pressure is mounting on the California Democrat and others in Congress to prohibit lawmakers from engaging in private stock trades.

Quiver Quantitative, which records lawmakers’ financial trading, projected that Mrs. Pelosi earned $8.87 million in the stock market in the first half of May alone, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average temporarily surpassed 40,000 points for the first time.

 

Mrs. Pelosi’s portfolio increased by an incredible 65% in 2023. The average return on the S&P 500 index last year was about 23%. Bridgewater Associates, the largest hedge fund in the United States, was down 7.6%.

The performance of certain lawmakers’ stock portfolios has skyrocketed, prompting The Daily Show guest host Jon Stewart to criticize it.


“How do they do it? The secret is an understanding of the intricate interconnectivity of global markets — I’m kidding. They have inside information,” Mr. Stewart said.

Mrs. Pelosi’s spokeswoman said she had no reaction.

 

Critics claim Mrs. Pelosi and other members of Congress profit from inside knowledge of legislation that is likely to affect stock prices, such as the CHIPS Act, which was passed in 2022 and offered billions of dollars in subsidies for semiconductor production in the United States.


Mrs. Pelosi and her husband, Paul, sold their 25,000 shares of chipmaker Nvidia for a $700,000 loss around the time Congress passed the CHIPS Act.

According to the trade news website Unusual Whales, they later purchased Nvidia call options, their greatest trading purchase in the previous three years.

 

Although Mrs. Pelosi receives the majority of the attention for congressional stock movements, notably from an X account called Nancy Pelosi Stock Tracker, she was only the ninth most successful congressperson in stock trading in 2023. Rep. Brian Higgins, a Democrat from New York, had the most success, with his portfolio increasing by 239%.


Another notable trading move came from Maryland Democrat Rep. David Trone, who filed a financial statement last week disclosing buys and sells totaling over $97 million in U.S. Treasury notes last year.

 

Mr. Trone, who founded a network of wine and alcohol businesses, submitted the statement the day after losing the Democratic Senate primary to Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks. He had invested more than $60 million of his riches in the primary campaign.


His trades were subholdings of Mr. Trone’s joint J.P. Morgan account, and they included up to $100,000 in PepsiCo stock that his wife sold in November.

 

Treasury bills are not subject to the STOCK Act of 2012’s reporting rules, which require politicians to declare trades within 45 days. The Pepsi transaction appears to be a violation. The penalty is a $200 cost paid to the government.

A spokesperson for Mr. Trone stated that he followed the law.

 

“Rep. Trone disclosed all information relating to these transactions that the rules require, and the [Ethics] Committee staff received notice and a copy of the [periodic transaction reporting] filing, as well as his full financial disclosure statement, in advance of their filing,” Trone Communications Director Sasha Galbreath told The Washington Times.


Last year, several legislators performed poorly on the stock market. Rep. Warren Davidson, an Ohio Republican, lost 77% of his ownership in Workhorse, an electric car business whose stock price plunged by 80%.

 

According to Unusual Whales, the top ten stock purchases by lawmakers in 2023 were ConocoPhillips ($2.5 million), followed by Apple, Tyson Foods, Microsoft, Alphabet, PayPal, NGL Energy Partners, Bayer AG, CVS, and Arista Networks.

Mrs. Pelosi was a strident opponent of legislation prohibiting members from engaging in individual stock dealings while she was speaker.

“We’re a free market economy. [Members of Congress] should be able to participate in that,” she said.

D.C. Daily Journal


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'Because I said so': 5 Takeaways from the Fauci Hearing:

Democrats continued painting Fauci as a blameless victim whereas Republicans sought to dig closer to the truth.

 

Former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Anthony Fauci was grilled by the Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic for 14 hours in January. In the lengthy interview, Fauci admitted that he was unaware of any scientific studies demonstrating that masking for children worked or that the 6-foot social distancing guidelines — which effectively shut down schools, churches, and businesses — were an effective way of curbing the spread of the coronavirus. Fauci also acknowledged that the lab leak theory was not a conspiracy theory as he previously suggested.

 

Fauci, who plays a starring role in BlazeTV's "The Coverup," appeared before the committee Monday to speak to these admissions as well as to his role in overseeing the funding of deadly gain-of-function experiments.

''Because I said so.' That's never been good enough for Americans and it never will be.'

Committee Chairman Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) told Fauci at the outset, "Whether intentional or not, you became so powerful that any disagreements the public had with you were forbidden and censored on social and most legacy media time and time again. That is why so many Americans became so angry — because this was fundamentally un-American."

 

"'Because I said so.' That's never been good enough for Americans and it never will be," added Wenstrup. "Americans do not want to be indoctrinated. They want to be educated."

The hearing had the potential to be educational; however, Democratic committee members opted for the latter, celebrating Fauci, defending his preferred narratives, and lobbing attacks on their political opponents.

Republican lawmakers, alternatively, attempted to hold Fauci's feet to a low-heat fire, largely failing to get results.

What follows are five key takeaways from the Fauci hearing.

 

1. Not so effective after all

When asked straight out by Wenstrup whether the vaccine "stopped transmission of the virus," Fauci answered, "That is a complicated issue because in the beginning, the first iteration of the vaccines did have an effect — not 100%, not a high effect — they did prevent infection and subsequently, obviously transmission."

'I feel extreme confidence in the safety and the efficacy of this vaccine.'

 

"However, it's important to point out something that we did not know early on that became evident as the months went by is that the durability of protection against infection and hence transmission was relatively limited whereas the duration of protection against severe disease, hospitalization, and death was more prolonged," said Fauci. "In the beginning it was felt that in fact it did prevent infection and thus transmission."

 

After discovering Fauci would not disavow any of the draconian COVID measures he championed during the pandemic, Rep. Michael Cloud (R-Texas) also asked Fauci about his support for vaccine mandates and the efficacy of vaccines.

Fauci reiterated, "It clearly prevented infection in a certain percentage of people, but the durability of its ability to prevent infection was not long."

 

Fauci was one of the most visible and consistent exponents of the "safe and effective" mantra, having claimed in December 2020, "I feel extreme confidence in the safety and the efficacy of this vaccine and I want to encourage everyone who has the opportunity to get vaccinated so that we can have a veil of protection over this country, that would end this pandemic."

 

2. Fauci: The blameless victim

Whereas Republican members blasted the former NIAID director for funding dangerous experiments of the kind that may have kicked off the pandemic as well as his years-long promotion of falsehoods, Democrats painted Fauci as a blameless victim and seized on the opportunity, as Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) did, to attack former President Donald Trump and other Republicans.

 

Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) told Fauci, "You're human, just like the rest of us," and stressed that he "deserve[s] better."

"I've seen your commitment not just to science, but to, again, to the greater good," said Dingell.

'You have been a hero to many for 54 years.'

After singing Fauci's praises, Dingell gave Fauci an opportunity to complain about facing criticism and perceived threats.

 

Democratic Reps. Dingell, Robert Garcia (Calif.), Jill Tokuda (Hawaii), Katherine Castor (Fla.), Raul Ruiz (Calif.), and Kweisi Mfume (Md.) similarly engaged in hagiography.

"We owe you an apology for the way we have dragged you through the mud," said Mfume.

"You have been a hero to many for 54 years," continued Mfume. "You are a world-renowned scientist and an American patriot."

 

Mfume made no mention of Americans who have suffered vaccine injuries but instead spoke in the abstract of "thousands of American lives [that] could have been spared" if they had not followed so-called conspiracy theories during the pandemic.

After paying his respects to Fauci, Rep. Garcia asked whether the "American public should listen to America's brightest and best doctors and scientists, or instead listen to podcasters, conspiracy theorists, and unhinged Facebook memes."


"Listening to the people just described is going to do nothing but harm people because they will deprive themselves of life-saving interventions," said Fauci, who was among the so-called experts who cautioned against using ivermectin to fight COVID-19. Fauci proceeded to accuse the unvaccinated of getting an estimated 200,000-300,000 killed in the U.S. alone.

 

3. Fauci hangs 'inner circle' out to dry

Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) noted that there is "a troubling pattern of behavior" in Fauci's "inner circle," naming Fauci's David M. Morens, senior scientific adviser to the head of the NIAID, and Fauci's former chief of staff as two offenders.


Comer pressed Fauci on whether Morens violated NIH policy by using a personal email for official purposes. Fauci appeared more than willing to throw his former adviser and frequent correspondent under the bus, indicating Morens' personal email use to avoid transparency was indeed in violation of agency policy.

"Does it violate NIAID policy to delete records to intentionally avoid FOIA?"

"Yes," said Fauci.

'That was wrong and inappropriate and violated policy.'

 

"On April 28, 2020, Dr. Morens edited an EcoHealth press release regarding the grant termination. Does that violate policy?" asked Comer.

"That was inappropriate for him to be doing that for a grantee as a conflict of interest, among other things," said Fauci.

"On March 29, 2021, Dr. Morens edited a letter that Dr. Daszak was sending to NIH. Does that violate policy?" asked Comer.

"Yes, it does," answered Fauci.

 

"On Oct. 25, 2021, Dr. Brady provided Dr. Daszak with advice regarding how to mislead NIH on EcoHealth's late progress report. Does that violate policy?" asked Comer.

"That was wrong and inappropriate and violated policy," said Fauci.

"On Dec. 7, 2021, Dr. Morens wrote to the chair of EcoHealth board of directors to quote, 'Put in a word,' for Dr. Daszak. Does that violate policy?" asked Comer.

"Should not have been done, and that was wrong," said Fauci. "Well, I'm not sure of a specific policy, but I imagine that does violate policy. Should not have been doing that."

 

 

4. Fauci denies funding gain-of-function research

Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Ariz.) asked Fauci whether the National Institutes of Health funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

‘I would not characterize it as dangerous gain-of-function research.'

"I would not characterize it the way you did," said Fauci, contradicting the NIH's account. "The National Institutes of Health, through a sub-award to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, funded research on the surveillance of and the possibility of emerging infections. I would not characterize it as dangerous gain-of-function research."

Elsewhere in his testimony Monday, Fauci said that "according to the regulatory and operative definition of [Proposed Research Involving Enhanced Potential Pandemic Pathogens], the NIH did not fund gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology."

 

Lesko quoted NIH Principal Deputy Director Lawrence Tabak as acknowledging the "failure of the Wuhan Institute of Virology to provide us with the data that we requested and the lab notebooks that we requested, [which] certainly impeded our ability to understand what was really going on with the experiments that we have been discussing."

Granted the lack of transparency at the infamous lab, Lesko asked Fauci how he can be certain that the National Institutes of Health did not fund gain-of-function research on coronaviruses in China granted its subcontractor EcoHealth Alliance's reporting failures.

 

Fauci once again stressed that the NIH did not fund the deadly research in question, which EcoHealth Alliance's subcontractor specialized in.

 

5. Downplayed likelihood of lab leak

Fauci claimed Monday that the idea he covered up a lab leak was "preposterous."

Fauci indicated in his opening statement that he was informed on Jan. 31, 2020, "through phone calls with Jeremy Farrar, then director of the Wellcome Trust in the U.K., and then with Christian Anderson, a highly regarded scientist at Scripps Research Institute, that they and Eddie Holmes, a world class evolutionary biologist from Australia, were concerned that the genomic sequence of SARS-CoV-2 suggested that the virus could have been manipulated in a lab."

Fauci then noted he partook in a conference call the next day "with about a dozen international virologists to discuss this possibility versus a spillover from an animal reservoir."

 

Despite indications to the contrary, Fauci claimed, "The accusation being circulated that I influenced these scientists to change their minds by bribing them with millions of dollars in grant money is absolutely false and simply preposterous. I had no input into the content of the published paper," referencing the March 2020 study published in the journal Nature, "The Proximal Origins of SARS-CoV-2."

 

"The second issue is a false accusation that I tried to cover up the possibility that the virus originated from a lab. In fact, the truth is exactly the opposite," continued Fauci. "I have repeatedly stated that I have a completely open mind to either possibility and that if definitive evidence becomes available to validate or refute either theory, I will readily accept it."

 

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) later asked Fauci whether he downplayed the lab leak theory on account of having funded experimental viruses at the Wuhan lab — funding Fauci copped to but Ranking Member Raul Ruiz nevertheless cast doubt on in his closing remarks.

Fauci, prickled by the suggestion that he tried to downplay the possibility he had fingerprints on research that got millions of Americans killed, answered in the negative.


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"'Because I said so.' That's never been good enough for Americans and it never will be," added Wenstrup. "Americans do not want to be indoctrinated. They want to be educated."

 

The hearing had the potential to be educational; however, Democratic committee members opted for the latter, celebrating Fauci, defending his preferred narratives, and lobbing attacks on their political opponents.

Republican lawmakers, alternatively, attempted to hold Fauci's feet to a low-heat fire, largely failing to get results.

What follows are five key takeaways from the Fauci hearing.

The Blaze News

 

 

 

"I Don't Work for the Prime Minister" Liberal Premier FEARS for His JOB After By Election LOSS:

340 circles  8’ wide and 10 ft. apart Toronto Public Park in the summertime.

You can only share the circle with a friend or household member!

“Neighbors were complaining” about park goers!

Moose on the Loose

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Rumors – Rumors - Rumors – Rumors – Rumors

 

RUMOURS Circulating out there...:

You need to MAKE-UP Your own MIND!


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Global Currency Reset:

  • ·       Sun. 2 June 2024 Wolverine: This per the banker around 10 AM this morning: The Iraqi budget is anticipated to be approved on Mon. 3 June in-country which will include the new rate. We should become aware of the new rate around 7:00 PM tonight. Appointments will begin in the morning.

  • ·       Sun. 2 June 2024 Texas Snake: (Wolverine) was in line with what I was told. Buckle up everyone this is the week we’ve been waiting for.

  • ·       Sun. 2 June 2024 TNT Tony: The banks have been placed on High Alert.

  • ·       Sat. 1 June 2024 MarkZ: I expected it to be pretty quiet this weekend. But folks are geared up for early next week. I have been told by a number of them that are ready and positioned.

  • ·       Sun. 2 June 2024 Charlie Ward Show:“Zimbabwe’s new Zig Currency has knocked inflation there to 0. The new gold backed currency of Argentina is not only reducing the taxes for the people, but it is also paying the taxes back to the people. The people of Argentina are waking up.”

 

Fri. 31 May Last Wolverine Call: 

  • ·       “I received an official notification from Brazil – “Good afternoon to you and your family. Confirmed the release order has been given – Colombia, USA, Brazil. The representative of the Columbian project manager begins with his delivery protocols to his Tier4B. Leading representative internet group starts in June.

  • ·       The banks are ready and adapted to 100% QFS. The drought has already ceased. Wait for your notifications from Columbia today (Sat. 1 June) after 12 pm. 

  • ·       The Victory of the Light took off. Prepare your Passports. The Journey to the New World has arrived. Congratulations and Best regards.”

  • ·       This came through last night. I received another message from a very strong contact, a Whale, from Zurich, saying he got the same message. I don’t follow TNT much, but it came through on their call saying that every contact and agency says, “It is a go today.” This may be in line with what we have received from Brazil. 

  • ·       Reno – I have been told, is about to kick off.  I am waiting to get a call from my source in Reno and hopefully we will get that done. 

  • ·       My friend Mauricio cannot say much, but all is good, and he is ready to go. I was a bit emotional when I heard.

  • ·       So, by next week, everything will be looking beautiful. The foundations are all funded. They are ready to go. So, get ready to meet the new world.

  • ·       This is not a rumor. This is fact that is coming through. I am hoping and praying this is my last call and my next call will hopefully be the opera. Have a beautiful day. I am hoping I get that call from Reno today. If I do, then I will have an EMERGENCY LIVE CALL for you all. Obviously if I am allowed to send that opera, I will. Take care, Wolverine

 

Global Financial Crisis:

  • ·       Sun. 2 June 2024: Last month the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Innovation Hub unveiled Project Agorá, its ambitious project with seven central banks to transform cross border payments with tokenization. It proposes using a Unified Ledger involving wholesale central bank digital currencies (CBDC) and tokenized deposits on a shared infrastructure to execute payments. Today the BIS released a short paper on “Next generation correspondent banking which outlines the vision for Agorá. A large part of that relates to how compliance is dealt with. https://www.ledgerinsights.com/seven-central-banks-in-bis-project-agora-to-tokenize-cross-border-payments/  https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull87.pdf  https://www.ledgerinsights.com/bis-unified-ledger-tokenization/  https://www.ledgerinsights.com/bis-shares-how-project-agora-aims-to-tokenize-correspondent-banking/

  • ·       In the first Quarter of 2024, US Commercial Banks reported a cumulative unrealized loss of $517 billion on their securities holdings. Pretty wild. Remarkable you don't hear about this more in the media. https://t.me/USDebtClockAmerica

  • ·       The privately owned Federal Reserve has Money Laundering US Taxpayer dollars since they were founded in 1913.

  • ·       The Yen will be the first to fall. Japan’s Record Spending Unable to Stop Yen’s Destruction. https://ai3d.blog/currency-system-failure-the-japanese-yen-will-be-the-first-to-collapse/

  • ·       Sun. 2 June 2024 US Debt Clock: Future Headlines: 22 states sued the Federal Reserve and audited this private banking syndicate. The banking cartel we're talking about is the Rothschild family. To understand their control over the monetary system and government, we need to delve into their history. It all started with Mayer Amschel Rothschild and continued with his son Nathan Rothschild, who gained significant influence in England following the Battle of Waterloo. Nathan's son, Lionel Rothschild, took their influence further by becoming the first practicing Jew to sit as a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons. The Federal Reserve is part of the legacy of the Bank of England. To dismantle this system, we need to repeal the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Kentucky Congressman Rep Thomas Massie recently introduced a bill to address this. Many people don't realize that Space Force is playing a crucial role in exposing the corruption and manipulation by this banking cartel. Space Force, a cyber security military branch, uses block chain, AI, and distributed ledger technology to uncover the truth. We're returning to gold and silver, or "God money."

 

The Real News for Sun. 2 June 2024:

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