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 Defending The Republic-Good News Friday

December 08, 2023

Dear Patriots,

Our great task each week is collecting the buried good news. Today we have found some good occurrences!

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1- Very brave whistle blowers in New Zealand are revealing amazing evidence about the injection. It is hard to find the information on this as worldwide media is pretending it does not exists. Check out this post from Emerald Robinson and watch the videos within.
In addition to this, there is also news that thousands of politicians and media were secretly exempt from the mandated injection.

Emerald Robinson on Substack

New Zealand’s COVID Data Analyst Has Smoking Gun Evidence on Vax Deaths

QUOTE: A whistleblower has found: 253 deaths from just 837 vaccine shots at one site. That’s a 30% death-rate.

Recently, a New Zealand Ministry of Health employee went public with a COVID vaccine database that proves the “vaccine” shots are actually killing people.

The whistleblower noticed that too many people were dying immediately after getting vaccinated for COVID. He called himself “Winston Smith” and he sat for an interview with Liz Gunn explaining the damning evidence from the COVID vaccine database.

That video was released to the public on November 30th.

The whistleblower had found data from a small town in the South Island of New Zealand (called Invercargil) that showed 253 “reported deaths” from just 837 COVID vaccination shots at one vaccination site. That’s a death-rate of 30.23%.

In fact, there were 51 people who all got injected within a 2 hour window — and all 51 people are now dead.

It turns out that “Winston Smith” was actually Barry Young — a database administrator in New Zealand — because his employer, Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand, started an investigation of him the day after the Liz Gunn interview became public.

What was Barry Young’s crime?
Well, according to his employer, it was “spreading Covid-19 misinformation using its data” of course.

Then Liz Gunn released a video on December 2nd that the whistleblower was being arrested by the police in a raid.
Barry Young was put in custody and charged with “accessing a computer system for dishonest purposes” before he appeared in court a day later.

2- When judges hear the evidence and uphold the law, amazing things happen.

The Federalist

Judge Orders New Louisiana Sheriff Election After Voter Fraud Contaminates The Results

QUOTE:  It should come as no surprise that regime-approved “journalists” are largely ignoring a bombshell story out of Louisiana, where a judge just ordered a new election in a local race for sheriff after it was discovered there was enough voter fraud to call into question the outcome. According to Newsweek, the case centers on the Nov. 18 race for Caddo Parish sheriff, in which initial results indicated that Democrat Henry Whitehorn defeated Republican John Nickelson by one vote.

The closeness of the race prompted a recount that discovered “three additional votes for each candidate” and resulted in Whitehorn being declared the victor. Nickelson subsequently filed a lawsuit contesting the election in response, arguing, as Newsweek summarized, that “the count was done too quickly and could not be accurate.”

In his Tuesday decision, Ad hoc Judge Joe Bleich determined there were extensive irregularities meriting a new election, including “two people [who] voted twice, five mail-in ballots [that] should not have been counted for failure to comply with the law, and … four invalid votes by interdicted persons who were unqualified voters.”

3- After their shockingly pathetic responses to questions from members of a House committee, three university presidents had to issue PR statements in efforts to keep the trustees from firing them.

Power Line 

The Presidents Walk It Back

QUOTE: This week the presidents of Harvard, MIT and Penn provoked outrage when, in the course of testimony before a House committee, they wouldn’t say whether a call for genocide against Jews would violate their universities’ policies. The blowback from donors and alumni must have been nuclear, as today both President Claudine Gay of Harvard and President Liz Magill of Penn released statements recanting their testimony.

The absurd premise here, which all three presidents implied in testimony, is that the universities’ policies on student conduct are congruent with the First Amendment. That is a ridiculous idea. University policies do not provide that students can do anything that isn’t illegal. That applies to speech, among many other things. If a student wrote in a student paper that all blacks deserve to be murdered, a perfectly legal assertion, he would be gone in the blink of an eye.

So what happened here is that the political biases prevalent in “elite” circles were inadvertently revealed, and, for the moment at least, the real world intruded and the universities scurried for cover.

4- We have asked you all to stop funding universities for three years now. Finally, the Jewish community is getting with that program. It is vital to the future of America to shut off these communist indoctrination centers.  Stop paying for them to hate you.

Tablet Magazine

As Hanukkah Begins, a Call to Reconsider Jewish Giving

QUOTE: This holiday is about battling the erasure of Jews and Judaism from public life. To fight it today, the least we can do is stop helping those who support it.

Over the past decade, an effort at erasure has been happening in America—which many American Jews preferred to ignore or explain away. Since October 7, that no longer seems possible.

Universities where Jews paid for new libraries and classroom buildings—ostensibly for children of all races and creeds to learn how to make the world a better place—are now places where young people are punished for accidentally misgendering someone or singing a rap lyric, but not for calling for the genocide of Jews. Hospitals where every life was said to be sacred turned out to be riddled with doctors and nurses who see no conflict between their chosen profession and calling for Jews to be targeted. Women’s organizations asked us to reflexively believe the victims of rape—except, it turns out, if they are Jewish. Museums and arts organizations, where Jews serve on boards and underwrite seasons of programming, platform pro-Hamas artists and creators who deny the legitimacy of Jewish history and the Jewish state. People and places so quick to issue statements mourning the death of George Floyd and protesting Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine suddenly decided, when faced with the deaths of Jews at the hands of Hamas, that they “didn’t want to be in the business of issuing public statements on every news event.”

Too many of us have taken the path of least resistance when it comes to giving charity, imagining that our loyalties and habits would be a sufficient guide to doing what’s right in the present. They are not. This is a moment that calls for us to make hard choices. Giving money to people who don’t care whether you live or die, or who actively hate you, isn’t charitable. It’s stupid. How much bravery does it take to withhold a check and risk minor social ostracism, compared to what Jewish kids are enduring on college campuses—not to mention what the people of Israel have been going through?

As 2023 comes to a close, it’s time for American Jews to stop all support for any institution that has shown itself to be at best indifferent to whether we live or die, and at worst have offered themselves up as active incubators for anti-Jewish hate.

5- A good start.

Axios

Penn loses $100 million donation over antisemitism hearing

QUOTE: A University of Pennsylvania donor is withdrawing a gift worth around $100 million to protest the school’s response to antisemitism on campus.

The final straw for Ross Stevens, founder and CEO of Stone Ridge Asset Management, was Tuesday’s widely criticized congressional testimony by Penn president Liz Magill.

6- The sex-reassignment business must be stopped. Sueing them out of business is a good option.

Washington Times 

Surge of detransition lawsuits pose threat to booming gender-transition business

QUOTE: The biggest threat to “gender-affirming care” might come not from conservative states banning procedures for minors but from scarred young women like Soren Aldaco, Chloe Cole and Prisha Mosley.

The three are among a growing number who have detransitioned. They were prescribed drugs and underwent breast removals in their teens to adopt an opposite-sex identity and later realized they identified with their sex assigned at birth.

Now they are suing the medical professionals who signed off on the puberty blockers, hormone therapies and surgeries. They accuse the physicians of rushing them into treatment as a fix for their mental health problems without adequate screenings or warnings about the long-term physical and psychological risks.

“These lawsuits are rightfully a huge threat to the ‘gender-affirming care industry’ because they are exposing the dark side of a dangerous agenda that is hurting an untold number of vulnerable teens,” said Charles LiMandri, whose San Diego County law firm, in partnership with the Center for American Liberty, represents three people who have detransitioned.

Mr. LiMandri said about a dozen such lawsuits are percolating nationwide and predicted that “we’re going to see more and more of these cases. The more that come out, the more that will likely have the courage to come out,” he told The Washington Times. “This is going to start having a cascading effect.”

The billion-dollar U.S. sex-reassignment business is booming among people younger than 25.

7- The more these cases come up, the more information is revealed. Information is power.

The Federalist 

Texas Joins Federalist, Daily Wire In Suing Censorship Complex

QUOTE: The U.S. State Department is violating the U.S. Constitution by funding technology to silence Americans who question government claims, says a lawsuit filed Tuesday by The Federalist, The Daily Wire, and the state of Texas.

The three are suing to stop “one of the most audacious, manipulative, secretive, and gravest abuses of power and infringements of First Amendment rights by the federal government in American history,” says the lawsuit. It exposes federal censorship activities even beyond the dramatic discoveries in a pending U.S. Supreme Court case, Murthy v. Missouri (also known as Missouri v. Biden).

This lawsuit alleges the State Department is illegally using a counterterrorism center intended to fight foreign “disinformation” instead to stop American citizens from speaking and listening to information government officials dislike. Other recent investigations have also found government counterterrorism resources and tactics being used to shape American public opinion and policy.

Congressional investigations in November revealed that federal officials have specifically targeted The Federalist’s reporting for internet censorship.

8- Did you notice? The entire paper’s staff went on strike Thursday. Yep, we didn’t think anyone missed them.

The National Pulse

WaPo Staff to Strike on Thursday

QUOTE: The Washington Post is set for a 24-hour walk-off on Thursday after failed attempts to secure a fresh deal over working conditions, including pay and remote work. This was announced by the union representing these workers who criticized the newspaper’s management for refusing to negotiate “in good faith.” According to the Washington Post Guild, which consists of about 1,000 staff members from both the newsroom and commercial departments, the decision to stage the strike was not taken lightly.

The newspaper, owned by Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos, had hinted at possible layoffs, following a period of unsuccessful negotiations that have spanned 18 months.

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