We’ve heard for years that Bill and Hillary Clinton ‘have something’ on members of the deep state — people in the military-industrial complex, in the garbage Washington press corp, inside the federal bureaucracies and in law enforcement — because they always seem to get away with what appear to be blatant violations of the law.
The reality most like is something closer to this: The Clintons are ‘deep state members’ and so the insider bunch is really just protecting their own.
Case in point: An FBI agent dropped another bombshell that the fake news propaganda media completely ignored in recent days that, had it been something negative about a Trump family member, would have made headlines for days.
FBI agent John Robertson, the man who found Hillary Clinton’s emails on the laptop of Anthony Weiner, claims he was advised by bosses to erase his own computer.
Former FBI Director James Comey, you may recall, announced days before the 2016 presidential election that he had “learned of the existence” of the emails on Weiner’s laptop.
Weiner is the disgraced husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
Robertson alleges that the manner in which his higher-ups in the FBI handled the case was “not ethically or morally right.”
Robertson made these bombshell claims in a new book, “October Surprise: How The FBI Tried to Save Itself and Crashed an Election,” in which he also claims that the Obama Justice Department threatened to prosecute him — one of their own — if he informed anyone about his discovery.
And “BTW, DOJ is still protecting Clinton,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton noted on Twitter highlighting the book….
… Results Among the 345 children included in the analysis (177 boys [51.3%]; mean [SD] age, 6.58 [0.54] years), acetaminophen was detected in 199 meconium samples (57.7%), and ADHD was diagnosed in 33 children (9.6%). Compared with no acetaminophen, detection of acetaminophen in meconium was associated with increased odds of ADHD (odds ratio [OR], 2.43; 95% CI, 1.41-4.21). A dose-response association was detected; each doubling of exposure increased the odds of ADHD by 10% (OR, 1.10; 95% CI, 1.02-1.19). Children with acetaminophen detected in meconium showed increased negative connectivity between frontoparietal and default mode network nodes to clusters in the sensorimotor cortices, which mediated an indirect effect on increased child hyperactivity (14%; 95% CI, 1%-26%)…
This stuff is toxic. It impairs liver detox after vaccination, increasing likelihood of severe reaction. It’s linked to lack of empathy, a sure sign that it messes up brain circuitry even in adults. I doesn’t work as well as other pain relievers. Why is it still on the market?
What’s are the real chances of dying if you are infected with COVID-19? You’ll probably be surprised how low they are according to new numbers from the Center for Disease Control. We’ll state those numbers simply for those of you who aren’t crazy about math.
The CDC’s new estimate, for the first time, is broken down by age groups. Here is what the CDC calls its “current best estimate” of chances of dying from the virus if you get infected:
1 out of 34,000 for ages 0 to 19
1 out of 5,000 for ages 20 to 49
1 out of 200 for ages 50 to 69
1 out of 20 for ages 70 and up
Here’s another way to look at the same numbers. If you get infected, your chances of surviving are as follows:
Age Group Probability of Survival
The CDC’s numbers are actually published as what’s called the “Infection Fatality Ratio” or IFR. The relevant portion of their chart is reproduced below. We’ve just stated their numbers a different way and rounded a bit. IFR includes, as those who were “infected,” those who got the virus but never got sick or displayed symptoms…
Estimates of COVID’s lethality have been dropping regularly. In March, when most of the nation went into lockdown, Dr. Anthony Fauci estimated the mortality rate at about 2% and the World Health Organization pegged it at about 3.4%. Both are far higher than the current CDC estimate…
Students at Manchester Metropolitan University were threatened with police action if they didn’t remove signs complaining about draconian lockdown restrictions that were placed in windows at their halls of residence.Students across the city have been placed under a new 2 week lockdown, meaning they are under de facto house arrest, cannot leave their homes and are forced to rely on food deliveries.
Some reacted to the restrictions by placing signs in their windows that said, “”Help us!” and “HMP MMU,” a reference to Her Majesty’s Prison.
“Mental health comes first – let us out,” another sign said.
In response to the signs, the university said it had been contacted by police, who would remove the signs if they were deemed to be in violation of the law….
Remember, it’s for our own good. Isn’t that what domestic abusers always say?