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Covid chaos on ‘The View’

The Blaze is reporting that there was ‘chaos’ on set of ABC’s The View talk show this morning, as co-host Joy Behar was about to introduce US Vice President Kamala Harris to the audience. Apparently producers stopped the proceedings in midstream and told two of the hosts, Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro, to get off the set. Confused, Behar was uncertain was going on and asked if she was to continue with the show and got conflicting answers of ‘no’ and ‘yes’ shouted at her from off stage. At that point, Behar called for a commercial break to find out what was going on. She returned after the break with the message that both Sunny and Ana, who are fully vaccinated, had tested positive for COVID. It appeared initially that the two remaining hosts, Behar and Sara Haines would continue with the interview of VP Harris, as people were seen wiping down the set. However, that was also cancelled, as the decision was made to for Behar to interview the Vice President remotely, as the …

50% of Jewish students on US campuses hide their identity

A recent survey of Jewish students in the US discovered that nearly 70% stated they experienced antisemitism or were personally aware of antisemitic attacks in the previous 120 days leading up to the survey. Israel 365 News adds that the survey also discovered that 65% of students feel unsafe on campus resulting in 50% of Jewish students purposefully hiding their Jewish identity while attending classes The survey discovered that increasingly Jewish students in the US were being collectively blamed for Israel’s actions in the Middle East. The survey was conducted before the Gaza conflict in May leading many to wonder what the results would have been if it had been conducted after the Gaza war that was instigated by Islamic extremists. The survey of over 2,000 students in two predominantly Jewish fraternity groups, Alpha Epsilon Phi (AEPhi) and Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi), was conducted by the Cohen Research Group and the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law this past April. READ: Survey finds nearly two-thirds of Jewish students feel unsafe, half hide …

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s fortunate timing?

Canada recently had a national election, where Prime Minister Trudeau squeaked back in with another minority government on Monday, Sept 20, 2021. There were multiple ethics issues that surfaced during Trudeau’s tenure including allegations the Prime Minister was trying to protect his corporate buddies a SNC Lavalin Inc. READ: Corbella: Jody Wilson-Raybould’s book about Trudeau paints an ugly portrait of our PM AND ‘I did not want her to lie’: Trudeau rejects Wilson-Raybould’s claims about SNC-Lavalin talk RELATED?: Names of SNC employees, executives behind thousands of dollars in illegal Liberal Party donations revealed In what could only be described as a fortunate piece of timing for Trudeau, three days after the federal election (Thursday, Sept 23, 2021), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) finally managed to dig up enough evidence to charge some former executives at SNC Lavalin. CTV News explains: OTTAWA — The corporate entities of SNC-Lavalin Inc. and SNC-Lavalin International Inc., as well as two former senior executives of the Quebec-based firms have been charged with a series of fraud and forgery offenses …

New Zealand: Men face jail time for smuggling contraband KFC

The Blaze is reporting that two New Zealand men are facing jail time for breaking curfew when they allegedly tried to smuggle in three buckets of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) complete with french fires and ten cups of coleslaw into the country’s capital city, Auckland. The New Zealand government has resorted to some of the most Draconian COVID lockdowns in the world, because of its abysmal failure to provide vaccines. According to reports, only 37% of New Zealanders have been fully vaccinated. Under its current lockdown, the government forbids restaurants from opening in parts of the country, including Auckland. Police first became suspicious when they saw a car travelling down a gravel road near the country’s capital, and when they approached the vehicle, it quickly turned around and sped away. Though the police proudly displayed a photo of the confiscated KFC on the hood of their car, they were unable to provide an estimated street value of the illegal food, but undoubtedly this is the most valuable haul of contraband KFC, captured this year. The …

Drugs used for other diseases may treat Alzheimer’s: Where have we heard this before?

Alzheimer’s is a deadly and heartbreaking neurological disease as families watch loved ones disappear. But researchers at a medical center in Queensland, Australia, believe that other drugs, already designated safe for human use for other conditions, may prove effective in fighting off the effects of the neurodegenerative disorder.

Poll: Have universities become re-education camps?

According to a recent survey reported by The College Fix, a ‘freedom of speech’ organization for university students, over half the students on US Campuses said they hold back on expressing their opinions on social or political issues during classes over fears of mockery or rejection and by fears that their grades will be reduced for holding opinions not approved by their professor.

HS football team gathers for prayer after school board orders ban on teacher-led prayer

After a Tennessee school board told teachers and coaches last week that they could no longer lead their school teams in prayer, several players, cheerleaders, fans and parents associated with Putnam County football team took matters into their own hands and gathered on the field after a recent game to pray.

Sirius disrupts astronomers

Sirius B is a white dwarf star about 8.6 light years away. It is about the same size as our sun. Because Sirius B is a white dwarf star, this means it is in the process of collapsing and according to prevailing astronomical theories it takes about 100,000 years for a red star to transform into a white star. But there is a huge problem and according to Creation Moments, Sirius B was part of a major discussion at a conference at Louisiana State University in 1978. Sirius B is disrupting these long held evolutionary theories on the formation of the universe, because archaeological records indicate that Sirius B was a red star just 2,000 years ago. Creation Moments explains: Records of Egyptian astronomers dating back to 2,000 BC describe Sirius B as a red star. The Roman senator Cicero, writing in 50 BC, also said Sirius B was red. And Seneca described Sirius as being redder than Mars. And in 150 AD, Ptolemy, one of the most famous astronomers in history, listed Sirius as …

Study: Just 30-seconds of Mozart could reduce epileptic seizures

According to researchers from Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine, just 30 seconds of Mozart has the ability to calm the parts of our mind linked to seizure and epileptic attacks. Study Finds reports that the researchers had 16 people with drug resistant epileptic seizures listen to several clips of music, including Mozart’s Sonata for Two Pianos, written in 1781. As they were listening, the researchers monitored their brain activity using electroencephalograms. They found that as the people listened to Mozart, there was an average 66.5% reduction in the electrical spikes in the brain that cause epilepsy. This song, along with “40-Hz auditory gamma-band tones,” were the only musical clips that recorded a reduction. Based on their observations, the researchers concluded that listening to Mozart daily could reduce the number of epileptic seizures by as much as 66%. This was not the first study to notice that this particular song positively impacted brain activity. An earlier study found that the song increased a person’s “spatial reasoning ability.” READ: Just 30 seconds of Mozart calms brain regions …

Poll: Conservative media viewers more accurately estimate COVID death rate

Several surveys have shown that people have an exaggerated fear of COVID. A survey, earlier this year, revealed that the French believe that the death rate for those who contract COVID was ten times higher than the actual percentage. And it is not much better in America. The Western Journal reported on a recent poll conducted by Rasmussen that went a step further and tried to find out why people have such an exaggerated fear of COVID. First, the pollster determined if their fear of COVID was exaggerated. According to Johns Hopkins University, 1.6% of people who contract COVID actually died of the virus. The Rasmussen survey revealed that: 30% of Americans believed less 2% die (the right answer). 20% believed it was between 2% and 5% (up three times higher). 17% believed it was between 5% and 10% (up to six times higher). 19% believed it was greater than 10% (over six times higher). But then Rasmussen decided to find out how many people got the right answer based on what news channels they …

Study: Nearly 50% of COVID hospitalizations were mild or asymptomatic

A recent study examining nearly 50,000 COVID cases admitted to 100 Veteran Affairs (VA) hospitals in the US has come to some startling conclusions. The researchers (Dr. Fillmore et al) discovered that between March 2020 and January 2021 (pre-vaccination period), 36% of the COVID admissions were actually asymptomatic, meaning they were showing no symptoms of the virus or had mild symptoms. The number who had mild or no symptoms jumped to 48% of COVID admissions from mid-January to the end of June 2021. The researchers concluded that in the first half of 2021, nearly half of the admissions were either for unrelated health issues or for mild symptoms of the virus. According to the report, VA hospitals test every admission for COVID. Many were admitted for other issues, and only found out they had asymptomatic or a mild case of COVID once they were in the hospital. The researchers noted that this study involved mostly men and took place largely before the Delta variant hit. READ: New study indicates about half of COVID hospitalizations this year …

Report: 26 of 27 scientists who initially denied virus leaked out of Wuhan lab allegedly have links to lab

In early 2020, reports began circulating that the COVID virus may have leaked out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Communist China’s level 4 virus lab located in Wuhan. The lab was studying both bats and the COVID virus, and it was scientists at the South China University of Technology in Hong Kong who first suggested the possibility. There were also suggestions that the lab was manipulating the COVID virus DNA. READ: Did coronavirus originate in Chinese government laboratory? Scientists believe killer disease may have begun in research facility 300 yards from the Wuhan wet fish market: Shortly after the report was released, 27 scientists came out in defence of the Wuhan lab, stating in a letter in a medical journal, The Lancet, that these allegations were nothing but conspiracy theories. Of course, the mainstream media began broadcasting this news, which initially curtailed any investigation into this theory. However, the Daily Mail is now alleging that 26 of the scientists who signed the letter have links to the Wuhan lab, which is now causing some …

Australian officials literally calling for ‘New World Order’

People living in Australia faced some of the most Draconian lockdowns in the world, perhaps second only to Communist China, as some left-wing premiers turned into tyrants. But even with this, most were shocked when two senior health officials with the state of New South Wales (NSW), blatantly admitted the state was moving towards a ‘New World Order.’

Does the COVID virus spread from computer to computer?

I know there are viruses that can cause considerable damage to a person’s computers, but I never thought COVID was one of them. But Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey has taken the COVID restrictions to the next level, as it has just banned a student from taking online classes because he wasn’t vaccinated. According to the New York Post, Logan Hollar, 22, recently discovered he was locked out of his account at Rutgers when he tried to pay for his online classes. The reason that Rutgers gave for banning him from taking virtual classes that he would view on his computer is because he had not been vaccinated. Hollar lives 70 miles from Rutgers, and apparently breathing on a computer screen without a mask miles away from where it is being hosted is now considered a potential threat to spread the virus. There is an appeals process available for students claiming a vaccine exemption, but Rutgers states that takes weeks to process. Meanwhile, Hollar, who has already missed the sign-up date for his …