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Aussie journos may not call child sexual predators ‘pedophiles’ so as not to marginalize those with pedophilia

The normalization of pedophilia has been churning for decades with rapid advances in its acceptance happening it the last few years. The latest example of this form of Cultural Marxism was revealed in a leaked email to ABC journalists in Tasmania as they were instructed to avoid calling child sexual predators by the term "pedophile." Why? Because doing...

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More than 1,170 people have died after coronavirus vaccines in the U.S. alone (so far)

The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating the death of a Nebraska man who died not long after getting injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). Article by Ethan Huff from Natural News. Joining the more than 1,170 other corpses that have also reported to the CDC and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as post-vaccination...

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Laura Loomer’s lawsuit over ‘discriminatory’ Big Tech hits Supreme Court

A case challenging the "discriminatory" practices of Big Tech in America is up for review by the U.S. Supreme Court. Article by Bob Unruh from WND. The complaint filed by Laura Loomer, a conservative activist and political candidate, and Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch accuses the companies of "anti-competitive, discriminatory practices" that violate the Constitution. The court website...

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Hollywood’s favorite women’s charity, Time’s Up, spent $2.4M on salaries, $19K on actual grants

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the booming of the #MeToo movement, Hollywood elites got together to form Time's Up, a women's charity group that is supposed to aid victims of sexual misconduct. But public filings of the group's finances reveal a huge disparity between how much they paid themselves and how much went to...

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Radical progressive Neera Tanden out on OMB gig as leftists cry ‘racism!’ and ‘sexism!’

Senator Joe Manchin put the nail on the coffin for Neera Tanden's nomination as Office of Management and Budget director, then Senators Mitt Romney and Susan Collins hammered the nail into place. Now, after claims by the Biden administration that they would fight to get her confirmed, she has officially withdrawn her name from consideration in a statement...

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The vaccine IS the pandemic: 80% of nuns vaccinated at Kentucky convent tested positive for coronavirus two days later

Thirty-five nuns from the Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg in Kentucky were vaccinated earlier this month for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), and just two days later two of them died and 26 others tested positive. Article by Ethan Huff from Natural News. According to Sister Aileen Bankemper, the convent’s prioress, the monastery was completely locked down during this entire time,...

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Texas is open: Gov. Abbott ends mask mandates, allows businesses to have 100% occupancy

For over a year, scientists have debated the efficacy of closing down businesses or limiting capacity to stave off Covid-19 infections. Meanwhile, other scientists have debated the efficacy of face masks with seemingly no difference in infection rates between states that do or do not mandate them. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has officially sided with scientists who want...

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