Have You Noticed Biden’s Two Biggest Screw Ups Are Related? | Jim Campbell’s


In Afghanistan, you’re already seeing the Taliban releasing ISIS prisoners from jail. These are known killers and terrorists. Some of them are pretty bad dudes.

And with them on the loose, they aren’t going to turn the other cheek toward America. It’s just going to be a matter of time before some of them make their way over here.

And what is an easier way into this country than to come in through the southern border? You can claim you’re from Guatemala or Panama, or Mexico and you are being persecuted in your own country.

Then you are free to wreak havoc in the United States.

Oh, it’s happened before, and you better believe that it will happen again. At the very least, we’ve got the Supreme Court refusing to issue a stay in the lawsuit seeking to reinstitute the Trump-era policy of keeping all those that are seeking asylum and entry into this country in Mexico until their court hearings.

But when you have a sieve for a southern border, and thousands of people cross into our country illegally every month, it’s an open invitation for an Islamic terrorist to come to the US and get established.

And Joe Biden is the guy that’s allowing that to happen. Even Homeland Security Secretary, Allejandro Mayorkas has stated that the southern border is out of control and we don’t have the resources to stop the onslaught of people streaming across the border.

And so, when the next terrorist event to rival 9/11 occurs, make sure that you remember you heard it here first. Joe Biden is going to carry the blame on this one.

It’s not Donald Trump’s fault. It’s not Kamala Harris’ fault. It’s not even Bobo Obama’s fault. This one sits squarely on the slumping shoulders of one Joseph Robinette Biden.

Carry on world…you’re dismissed!

H/T The Lone Cactus


Cash, COVID, and cover-up, part 1: The questions we should have asked of Fauci about the origins of COVID-19 — Conservative Review | Truth2Freedom’s Blog


Less than two years ago, an outbreak of a new, flu-like virus that would eventually be known as COVID-19 began in Wuhan, China. Today, almost 5 million people globally have died from this pandemic, and we are no closer to understanding how it began.

Well, that’s not entirely true. We are closer, but only by virtue of being allowed to ask in public a rather inconvenient question: Was a foreign lab that received U.S. taxpayer funding for years responsible for the start of the spread of this pandemic?

For months, this question was considered publicly taboo, prohibited from discussion (except as a topic of derision as a wild-eyed conspiracy theory) by a group of scientists who were, incredibly, some of the same people who should have been under the most intense scrutiny. The bizarre tableau would not have played out in any other walk of life. If ExxonMobil had conducted drilling operations that resulted in a massive oil leak, the media would not have refused to investigate the cause of the leak because respected scientists who happened to be employed by ExxonMobil insisted that it was not ExxonMobil’s fault.

And yet, incredibly, that appears to be exactly what happened to the most significant question that has faced our generation. The very people who stood to lose the most were allowed to hastily exonerate themselves, and for months — when important information should have been uncovered — social media companies and the media actually covered for them and are still covering for them today.

The decision to rule this topic out of bounds was made in late January 2020, just a few days after the first cases of COVID-19 were detected in Washington state. Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has perhaps done more to shape coronavirus response policy than any other person in America, was a central figure in those discussions.


It is difficult, after all that has happened over the last two years, to remember a time when Dr. Fauci was not famous, but it is important to remember that when the discussions that would shape the investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic began, the men and women who conferred with him were not conferring with the celebrity who would soon come to dominate American media coverage. They were, rather, conferring with a bureaucrat — one whom a vast, overwhelming majority of Americans could not have picked out of a lineup when he was announced as a member of then-Vice President Mike Pence’s coronavirus task force on Jan. 29, 2020.

But just because he wasn’t famous doesn’t mean he wasn’t powerful. Not only is he literally the highest-paid employee of the entire federal government, but Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) provides billions of dollars for research projects in the United States and around the world. NIAID was responsible for doling out nearly $3 billion annually in federal taxpayer dollars to research scientists between fiscal years 2017 and 2019. In FY 2021, NIAID received an annual budget of $6,067,071,000. The agency plans to fund another $3.8 billion in research grants this year, 62% of its budget.

The director of NIAID wields enormous power and influence over which research projects receive that funding, which scientists will be paid to continue their work, and which therapies, vaccines, diagnostic tests, and other technologies get developed in the competitive field of infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases. And Fauci is the longest-serving head of NIAID, having been appointed director in 1984 and supervising research both within and without the agency from that position for nearly four decades since.

So, while the average American might never have heard of Dr. Anthony Fauci



The $83 billion number is not invented out of whole cloth. But it reflects all the money spent to train, equip and house the Afghan military and police — so weapons are just a part of that. At this point, no one really knows the value of the equipment that was seized by the Taliban.

The Facts

The $83 billion figure — technically, $82.9 billion — comes from an estimate in the July 30 quarterly report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) for all spending on the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund since the U.S. invasion in 2001.

In recent years, the spending has decreased. For fiscal 2021, about $3 billion was spent on security forces, which was similar to 2020.

Separately, the U.S. government spent about $36 billion on shoring up the Afghan government. The total bill for the Afghan project added up to more than $144 billion.

In any case, the $83 billion spent on the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) goes back two decades, including almost $19 billion spent between 2002 and 2009.

Is There Scientific Evidence That Isolation, Distancing, Closing Businesses, and Masks Stop a Virus and are Healthy for People? What about India and Africa and the Middle East? – Rose4justice Blogs N Radio Shows

Comment by tonytran2015: It is interesting to listen to all sides of a debate.


Should Americans not ask themselves the question under which constitutional authority are the Democrat Members of Congress and the Democrat Governors and Mayors applying to grant themselves dictatorial authority over every American outside of constitutional authority granted by the United States Constitution and guaranteed to every legal American?”


Definition: “Things that are essential to maintaining the lifestyle to which one is accustom. The term includes whatever is reasonably needed for subsistence, WORK, health, comfort, EDUCATION, considering the person’s age, stage of life, and medical condition.

Rose Colombo asks the question that no one is asking! Colombo asks the question, “Are the Democrat Governors and Mayors granting themselves authority that is constitutional and legally and lawfully in accordance with the Will of the majority of Americans and in accordance with the constitutional laws of the land as required by law? Public Servants can’t dictate unconstitutional mandates to Americans that make them homeless, hungry, poor, depressed, lonely, and suicidal in America unless Americans allow them to do so. Only those who do nothing will be enslaved by foreign and domestic enemies…

Under covid tyranny, US hospitals have become murder factories | American Patriot Email Reports

Comment by tonytran2015: Some of the allegations of patients got killed by misapplication of ventilators had been made in 2019 and hospitals had been given much more money for admission of “Covid positive” patients.


From Mike Adams of Natural News

Across the United States, hospitals have been transformed into murder factories where people are … put on … ventilators that blow out their lungs and kill them. Safe and effective medical interventions that actually save lives among covid victims — such as ivermectin — are strictly prohibited in nearly every hospital in the country, …

What was once a system of medicine has become a system of deliberate murder.


Productivity Commission flags superannuation overhaul, but big questions loom – ABC News

Comment by tonytran2015: Compulsory Superannuation in Australia benefits the financial companies managing Superannuation Funds more than the workers contributing to the funds with 9.5% of their salaries. It is an institutionalized scam targeting the financially illiterate workers.


A key area the PC [Productivity Commission of Australia] did focus on in its report, was the fact that Australians pay over $30 billion a year in fees on their super

(excluding insurance premiums).

[$30 billion a year is excessive for a national total population of 25 million, including non-working and children].

A report released by the Grattan Institute last year
noted that reducing average super fees, and increasing investment
returns, by channelling people into the better performing superannuation funds, would also boost retirement incomes by more than raising the
Super Guarantee to 12 per cent [from currently 9.5 per cent].

(NEW DELHI) Glasgow Airport Bombing Report: The Al-Qaeda terrorist who helped ‘mastermind’ the terrorist attack served 18-months and was deported has confessed to his involvement in planning the suicide bombing and revealed exactly how the plot was hatched #AceNewsDesk report | Ace News Services


#AceNewsReport – Aug.31: Sabeel Ahmed, a former NHS doctor, was arrested following the June 2007 attack and sentenced to 18 months in prison in the UK after pleading guilty to failing to disclose information that could have prevented an act of terrorism: He was then deported to India after his release….

#AceDailyNews says that a former NHS doctor behind Glasgow Airport jihad bombing confesses to plotting the attack and the Al-Qaeda terrorist behind confesses to plotting attack,” by Craig Williams, of GlasgowLive, August 26, 2021:

Asymptomatic Transmission, the Achilles’ Heel of Current Strategies to Control Covid-19 | NEJM


…Within 8 months, SARS was controlled …. Within 5 months, SARS-CoV-2 has infected more than 2.6 million people ….

What explains these differences in transmission and spread? A key factor
in the transmissibility of Covid-19 is the high level of SARS-CoV-2
shedding in the upper respiratory tract,1
even among presymptomatic patients, which distinguishes it from SARS-CoV-1, where replication occurs mainly in the lower respiratory
Viral loads with SARS-CoV-1, which are associated with symptom onset, peak a median of 5 days later than viral loads with SARS-CoV-2, which makes symptom-based detection of infection more effective in the case of
SARS CoV-1.3
With influenza, persons with asymptomatic disease generally have lower
quantitative viral loads in secretions from the upper respiratory tract
than from the lower respiratory tract and a shorter duration of viral
shedding than persons with symptoms,4 which decreases the risk of transmission from paucisymptomatic persons (i.e., those with few symptoms).

Do asymptomatic carriers of SARS-COV-2 transmit the virus? – The Lancet Regional Health – Europe


Thus, we suggest that asymptomatic individuals are infectious during the
early stage of infection, but some rare cases (3/100.000) become
long-term virus carriers which are no longer infectious. This would
reconcile the Wuhan post-lockdown study with the other studies including
the one from Luxembourg. This conveys several important messages for
science and public health: (i) During the acute phase of a COVID19 wave,
asymptomatic individuals should definitively be included in the testing
strategy and their contacts traced, because they can drive the
inapparent spread the virus similar to symptomatic cases. (ii) Among AIC
there is a category of rare long-term SARS-COV-2 carriers (3/100.000),
with minimal risk for virus transmission, despite detectable viral RNA.
(iii) Despite low absolute numbers, the proportion of this
category of asymptomatic carriers will increase as the virus retreats.
(iv) Finally, it cannot be excluded that rare long-term carriers may
become virus reservoirs, with the potential to cause recurrent
outbreaks. This has important implications for future SARS-COV-2 public
health and surveillance, and our understanding of yet another pitfall of
this cunning virus.

UNICEF says SEVEN children were killed in Kabul drone strike that US said targeted ISIS-K terrorists — RT World News


At least seven children were killed in a Kabul drone strike, the
UNICEF representative in Afghanistan told reporters. The Pentagon had
said the strike eliminated an “imminent threat” by ISIS-K terrorists to
the ongoing airlift.
“We have confirmation from open sources that seven children were killed” in the incident, Herve De Lys, UNICEF’s envoy to Afghanistan, told reporters on Monday. “We don’t know who is behind the strike,” he added.

apparent ignorance from De Lys was puzzling, since the same open
sources that reported the deaths clearly attributed the strike to the US
– the New York Times, for example.

The US military also said it had carried out the drone strike, saying it was done in self-defense against an “imminent”
threat by Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K). The group claimed
responsibility for last week’s bombing at the gate of Kabul’s Hamid
Karzai International Airport (HKIA), which claimed the lives of 14 US
military members and around 170 Afghans.

“We are not in a position to dispute it right now,” Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters on Monday, when asked about reports of civilian casualties in the strike.

US Central Command spokesman Captain Bill Urban said on Sunday that CENTCOM was “aware” of reported civilian casualties and was still “assessing”
the outcome of the strike, which he said targeted a car bomb belonging
to ISIS-K. Survivors of the drone strike, however, said it killed
multiple members of an Afghan family, all civilians.

“We know
that there were substantial and powerful subsequent explosions
resulting from the destruction of the vehicle, indicating a large amount
of explosive material inside that may have caused additional
casualties,” Urban said. “We would be deeply saddened by any potential loss of innocent life,” he added.

Also on rt.com
US military says Kabul strike targeting ISIS-K may have led to ‘additional casualties’ amid reports that family of 9 perished

De Lys said UNICEF is continuing its mission in Afghanistan, even
though many outside agencies have picked up and left following the
Taliban takeover, as some 10 million children remain at risk and at
least 200,000 have been displaced.

“It is clearly a child protection crisis in a country that is already one of the worst places on earth to be a child,” he told reporters.