- WOW! The Truth Is FINALLY Leaking Out!!
- Volunteer in AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Dies
- Rudy Giuliani Turns Over Alleged Photos of Underage Girls From Hunter’s Hard Drive to Delaware Police
- Ghislaine Maxwell’s “Extremely Personal, Confidential” Deposition Must Be Made Public, Court Rules
- The First “Immunity Passport” Trials Are Now Officially Underway
- “January is Going to Be a Mess”: Tsunami of Evictions Expected Across US
- NEW Bombshell Inside Info Revealed About These Power Elites
|WOW! The Truth Is FINALLY Leaking Out!!Posted: 21 Oct 2020 11:30 AM PDTIn this video, we break down Hunter Biden’s laptop apparently being turned over to authorities and the response by Joe Biden and Big Tech.Follow us on Telegram: t.me/s/News4AChange
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|Volunteer in AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine Trial DiesPosted: 21 Oct 2020 10:55 AM PDTIn what appears to be the worst news yet conerning any of the leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates, a volunteer enrolled in the trial for AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate (which it’s working on with Oxford) has died.Brazilian health authority Anvisa announced Wednesday that one of the volunteers who was participating in the study had died. The news sent the company’s ADRs to their lowest level since April, per Reuters.AstraZeneca’s massive globe-spanning trial was put on mandatory hiatus back in September after two participants were sickened in the company’s trial in the UK, prompting authorities to close it down briefly.However, the FDA refused to restart the trial in the US, citing vague safety-related criteria.In a statement, a spokesperson from the University of Oxford, which is developing the vaccine with AstraZeneca, said “there have been no concerns about safety of the clinical trial” after an assessment of the case in Brazil.BREAKING—the 28 year old who died from #COVID19 complications while volunteering in the Astrazenca vaccine trial in Brazil had been **given the PLACEBO** according to Bloomberg News.??This is why we do trials. Sometimes an event would happen without vaccine or happen regardless— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) October 21, 2020We now await more information from AZ.Republished from ZeroHedge.com with permissionThe post Volunteer in AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Dies appeared first on We Are Change.
|Rudy Giuliani Turns Over Alleged Photos of Underage Girls From Hunter’s Hard Drive to Delaware PolicePosted: 20 Oct 2020 07:45 PM PDTThings just took a very dark turn in the Hunter Biden laptop scandal.While the alleged crack, cronyism, corruption was enough to spark the biggest media suppression in history, and no denials whatsoever from the Biden camp, the bombshell that Rudy Giuliani just dropped, if true, is egregious to say the least (not just with regard Hunter Biden but the law enforcement authorities who have allegedly had this information since before Trump’s impeachment but done nothing about it).In an interview this evening with Newsmax TV, former NYC Mayor and current attorney to President Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani announces he has turned over Hunter Biden’s laptop hard-drive to Delaware State Police due to pictures of underage girls and inappropriate text messages.In one of the texts, Hunter Biden allegedly says to his sister-in-law (also his lover) that he face-timed a 14-year-old girl while naked and doing crack – “she told my therapist that I was sexually inappropriate.”Giuliani adds, “this would be with regard an unnamed 14 year old girl,” adding that “this is supported by numerous pictures of underage girls.” Watch the full interview below (the above exchange begins around 5:20):Furthermore, JustTheNews’ John Solomon reports that former New York Police Department commissioner Bernard Kerik joined him when he delivered photographs and text messages to the New Castle County Police Department.“I told them other details about what appears to be an inappropriate sexual relationship,” he said in an interview. “They told me it would be investigated.”Law enforcement officials in Delaware told Just the News that Giuliani’s concerns have been forwarded to the state Department of Justice.“The FBI has had this for a long time,” Giuliani said.“No indication they did anything about this, so I went to the local police and said, ‘What are you going to do about this?’”Perhaps the most damning statement from Giuliani, with regard the election, was the former mayor alleging that: “I will tell you the evidence I gave them states it was reported to Joe Biden. What did he do about it?”Before this is wholly dismissed as yet more Russian disinformation or ‘Giuliani’ lies, we remind readers that we previously reported that Hunter Biden’s alleged laptop contents included a curious piece of evidence – a photograph of an FBI subpoena which bears the signature of the agency’s top child porn investigator, special agent Joshua Wilson.FBI agent Wilson’s identity was confirmed by both Western Journal and Business Insider, the latter of which compared his signature to a 2012 criminal complaint and concluded that it “clearly matches the unreversed signature on the subpoena published by the New York Post.”As BI notes:It’s unclear whether the FBI employs more than one agent named Joshua Wilson. But the available evidence seems to show **the Joshua Wilson who signed the subpoena for Hunter Biden’s laptop, and the Joshua Wilson who investigates child pornography for the FBI, are the same person**. This raises the possibility, not explored by the Post, that the FBI issued the subpoena for reasons unrelated to Hunter Biden’s role in Ukraine and Burisma.So why is the FBI’s top child porn lawyer involved in the Hunter Biden laptop case? OANN‘s Chanel Rion says she’s seen the contents of the hard drive, which includes “Drugs, underage obsessions, power deals,” which make “Anthony Weiner’s down under selfie addiction look normal.“Just saw for myself a behind the scenes look at the #HunterBiden hard drive:Drugs, underage obsessions, power deals…Druggie Hunter makes Anthony Weiner’s down under selfie addiction look normal.#BidenCrimeFamily has a lot of apologizing to do.So does Big Tech. @OANN— Chanel Rion OAN (@ChanelRion) October 15, 2020All of which now makes some sense, given Giuliani’s alleged findings, and raises a stunning question: if there is/was incriminating child porn on Hunter’s computer, what has the FBI been doing about it?Republished from ZeroHedge.com with permissionThe post Rudy Giuliani Turns Over Alleged Photos of Underage Girls From Hunter’s Hard Drive to Delaware Police appeared first on We Are Change.
|Ghislaine Maxwell’s “Extremely Personal, Confidential” Deposition Must Be Made Public, Court RulesPosted: 20 Oct 2020 05:47 PM PDTAccused sex trafficker and ex-girlfriend of the notorious pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, has failed in a court battle to prevent the public release of a 2016 deposition that could shed further light on details about her criminal involvement with the disgraced late financier.On Monday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit denied efforts by Maxwell’s attorneys to flip the decision of a lower court that ordered the transcript be unsealed and made public.According to Maxwell’s legal team, the 418-page deposition includes “extremely personal, confidential” information about her sex life and voluminous details on her dealings with her notorious partner, including flight logs from Epstein’s private jets.The deposition is one component of a larger batch of thousands of files related to Epstein accuser and former “sex slave” Virginia Roberts Giuffre’s now-settled 2015 civil lawsuit against Maxwell. Giuffre sued Maxwell for defamation after she was accused by the British socialite of fabricating the sexual abuse allegations against her and Epstein.Guiffre also alleged that Maxwell lured her into joining Epstein’s ring before grooming her to be sexually abused by him and his “clients” when she was only 15.“(T)he District Court correctly held that the deposition materials are judicial documents to which the presumption of public access attaches and did not abuse its discretion in rejecting Maxwell’s meritless arguments that her interests superseded the presumption of access,” wrote the appellate court panel.“The District Court’s order articulated and applied the correct legal framework in its individualized review of the materials to be unsealed,” the three-judge panel added.Following her arrest in July, the 58-year-old British socialite was denied bail and placed in prison ahead of her trial in 2021. Maxwell faces faces charges of conspiracy to entice minors to travel to engage in illegal sex acts; enticing a minor to travel to engage in illegal sex acts; conspiracy to transport minors, and transportation of a minor, with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity; and two counts of perjury.She is accused of grooming multiple minors to engage in sex acts with Epstein by befriending them to ask them about their lives and families while building friendships with the young girls alongside Epstein by taking their victims on social outings or out shopping.She has pleaded not guilty to assisting Epstein in the recruitment and sexual abuse of three girls between 1994 and 1997, and of committing perjury by lying about her involvement while under oath.In a July ruling, U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska said that the public has a right to know the contents of deposition and that this right far outweighs any “annoyance or embarrassment” to Maxwell.“In the context of this case, especially its allegations of sex trafficking of young girls, the court finds any minor embarrassment or annoyance resulting from Ms. Maxwell’s mostly non-testimony … is far outweighed by the presumption of public access,” she added.Preska did, however, note that some information will remain sealed, including several medical records included in the court filings and the identities of the anonymous women, or “Jane Does,” who have accused Epstein of abuse.Epstein, 66, was found dead in a lone cell in the special housing unit (SHU) of a federal Manhattan prison in New York City while facing a potential prison sentence of up to 45 years on charges of pedophilia and sex trafficking.Republished from TheMindUnleashed.com with permissionThe post Ghislaine Maxwell’s “Extremely Personal, Confidential” Deposition Must Be Made Public, Court Rules appeared first on We Are Change.
|The First “Immunity Passport” Trials Are Now Officially UnderwayPosted: 20 Oct 2020 04:56 PM PDTBack in April, when the coronavirus was still new and scary, with cities from New York, to London to Paris in its grip, the professional commentariat was abuzz with speculation about what our not-too-distant post-COVID-19 future might look like. At one point, the mayor of the French city of Nice and Bill Gates were among the most prominent voices discussing health passports, and the WHO was apparently treating the topic with extreme caution.Since then, discussion has faded somewhat, due in part to the relentless messaging from President Trump and others about the coming vaccines. But as the leading western vaccine projects prepare to apply for emergency use from the FDA as soon as November or December, the World Economic Forum, the same supranational organization that organizes the annual forum in Davos, is taking the lead in testing a global standard to communicate that an individual hasn’t been infected with COVID-19.The project to develop an international standard to communicate whether travelers have been infected with COVID-19 called the CommonPass system is being led by Paul Meyer, the CEO of the Commons Project, a Swiss non-profit financed by the Rockefeller Foundation. Meyer insists countries are looking for better ways to “thoughtfully reopen” their borders as European countries start cutting down intra-EU travel once again.Right now, travelers’ COVID-19 test results are frequently printed out, with the results often obtained from unknown or uncertified labs.With CommonPass, travelers would take a test at a certified lab, then the results would be uploaded to their phone. Then they would complete any other health-related questionnaires required by the country to which they’re traveling. Before boarding, airlines can use CP to check whether travelers have met the entry requirements. This can be done by simply scanning a QR code generated by the app.Even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, these ‘health passports’ could be used to offer evidence that a traveler has been vaccinated – not just for COVID-19, but for any other diseases.And even once vaccines are widely available, the world will need a system for patients to prove that they have received the vaccine. Some countries might only allow travelers to enter if they have received a specific vaccine.“It’s hard to do that,” he told the Guardian. “It requires being able to assess the health of incoming travellers…Hopefully, we’ll soon start to see some vaccines come on to the market, but there is not going to be just one vaccine.”“Some countries are going to probably say, ‘OK, I want to see documentation you’ve gotten one of these vaccines, but not one of those vaccines.’”The first iteration of these new “health passports” will be put to the test on Wednesday when a small group of passengers flying from the UK to the US.Passengers flying from London’s Heathrow Airport to Newark on a United Airlines flight on Wednesday will be part of the first wave of test subjects. Tests from a private testing company called Prenetics will be administered by the travel and medical services firm Collinson, and the results will be uploaded to the travelers’ Swissports.As of Tuesday, most arrivals to the UK need to quarantine for at least two weeks, with only around 45 countries on the country’s quarantine-free “travel corridor” list.Still, many are worried that this technology could be used in the future to try and coerce all travelers to get vaccinations while also creating another way for governments to monitor peoples’ movements. Though in a paper published by the Lancet, a group of researchers discussed how these concerns could be mitigated.Republished from ZeroHedge.com with permissionThe post The First “Immunity Passport” Trials Are Now Officially Underway appeared first on We Are Change.
|“January is Going to Be a Mess”: Tsunami of Evictions Expected Across USPosted: 20 Oct 2020 04:39 PM PDTThe Trump adminstration walked back federal protections for renters in early October, even though rent moratoriums were still in effect, which allowed property owners and operators to begin the eviction process for millions of people as tens of billions of dollars in back rent is coming due.In early September, the CDC published new, temporary guidelines to halt evictions because of the virus pandemic. The public health agency said:“The CDC, located within the HHS announces the issuance of an Order under Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act to temporarily halt residential evictions to prevent the further spread of COVID-19… This Order is effective September 4, 2020, through December 31, 2020.”Before the eviction moratorium went into effect on September 4, there was a 72-hour lapse, allowing landlords to evict non-paying tenants. Reuters interviewed Latrise Bean,35, who was one of the unfortunate people evicted during that time from her Milwaukee apartment.Bean, who works at a software company, like millions of other Americans, had their working hours reduced by of the virus-induced economic downturn – now with an eviction on her record, making it more difficult to find a rental, she is now living at a temporary housing unit in a neighborhood even worse than the one before with her five-year-old daughter.“I feel so unlucky,” said Bean. “I have really been through it.”2020 has been a nightmarish year for millions of America’s renters. At least 8 million of them are facing eviction in the coming months. Collectively, these folks owe an estimated $32 billion in back rent. Months of non-payment have exerted financial pressure on property owners and operators, some of whom have already failed to service their mortgage debts.Princeton University Eviction Lab, a national housing research center, said, on average, there are roughly 3.6 million eviction cases per year. In early 2021, the number could be doubled, suggesting an eviction wave, nothing like this country has ever seen before, is ahead.Bob Pinnegar, CEO of the National Apartment Association, points out mom-and-pop landlords “are under an unprecedented financial strain,” as many have seen eight months of non-payment from tenants.Princeton Lab’s 17 US cities’ data shows since the pandemic began, at least 60,000 evictions have been recorded. As we’ve noted, evictions, homelessness, hunger crises, and the continued collapse of America’s working-poor continues to plague the economy as a conventional recession could be unfolding.Since the CDC’s eviction moratorium went into effect, metro areas across the US have recorded a decline in evictions – but that hasn’t stopped some landlords in places like Columbus, Ohio, Jacksonville, Florida, and Gainesville, Florida, who have been filing eviction notices for non-paying tenants.Come January, with billions of dollars in back rent due, struggling Americans like Natasha Burns, who owes more than $7,000, will be financially devastated in the new year. She told Reuters there’s no way she can financially recover from this at the moment.“If it weren’t for the CDC ban, my kids and I would be homeless,” Burns said.Making matters for the working poor, some cities have allowed landlords to garnish 20% of an evicted tenant’s wages. Judgments ordering tenants to pay back rent can crush people’s income for years.Nick Toman, a Milwaukee Legal Aid lawyer, said his normal clientele shifted from individuals to entire households as the pandemic wrecked the economy:“I hear these stories from entire families who are on the side of the street,” said Toman, choking up during an interview with Reuters in his Milwaukee office. “These families have no place to go and no options, and I think it’s abundantly clear that the safety net is just not big enough to handle something like this.”Toman warned:“January is going to be a mess,” while referring to the back rent due. “Nobody can get a new place because they have an eviction case pending against them – and they don’t have any money anyway.”Meanwhile, Congress and the Trump administration are deadlocked over a new stimulus bill that would include financial relief for tenants and landlords.John Pollock, a Public Justice Center attorney and coordinator of the National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel, said January could bring a surge eviction and homelessness,” unlike anything we have ever seen” before.With an eviction crisis likely ahead, unless more government intervention is seen, the economic crisis is far from over as it could be a continuation of a conventional recession.Republished from ZeroHedge.com with permissionThe post “January is Going to Be a Mess”: Tsunami of Evictions Expected Across US appeared first on We Are Change.
|NEW Bombshell Inside Info Revealed About These Power ElitesPosted: 20 Oct 2020 01:39 PM PDTIn this video, we cover a major new court case impacting Silicon Valley and bombshell revelations about power elites.The post NEW Bombshell Inside Info Revealed About These Power Elites appeared first on We Are Change.