Republican senators find body bags and anti-Trump messages on their doorsteps

Republican senators who have rejected COVID relief packages that are the brainchild of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi were targeted in a protest Tuesday in which body bags were left at their doors.

Senate Majority Mitch McConnell and Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, James Inhofe of Oklahoma and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina were the focus of the protest.

At each senator’s Washington, D.C.-area residence, protesters dragged body bags from a truck and dumped them out front.

Many bags bore signs that said “Trump COVID Death.”

A group calling itself SPACEs in Action claimed responsibility in a tweet.

“GOP senators led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been blocking House-passed COVID relief for months. Over 270,000 dead, more losing jobs & homes & small businesses, and still they’re playing politics. Today we brought the bodies to their doorsteps,” the group tweeted.

A spokesperson for Inhofe said that the group picked the wrong targets, noting that Democrats are stalling passage of any COVID relief bill.

“May I suggest they try sharing their concerns with Speaker Pelosi or Sen. Schumer? They are the ones holding up relief — not Sen. Inhofe,” the spokesperson told Fox News.

House Democrats have called for a $2.2 trillion package of proposals, but Republicans have drawn the fiscal line at $500 billion, Fox reported. The impasse has lasted for months, and House Democrats have been accused of focusing on pet priorities rather than critical needs.

On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of lawmakers proposed a $908 billion relief proposal. The legislation includes $300 billion for small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program, $240 billion in aid to governments and $180 billion to keep jobless benefits at $300 per week for four months.

The bill does not include another round of direct payments, which is a major Democratic demand.

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia urged legislators to “put politics aside & do what’s best for our country.”

“It’s inexcusable for us to leave town and not have an agreement. We can – and must – work together in a bipartisan way,” Manchin wrote in a subsequent tweet.

“This framework for a COVID-19 relief package will help our small businesses, state and local governments, and hardworking Americans. It’s time to come together.”

“Today is a victory for the American people and a victory for common sense,” Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana said at a news conference, according to the New York Post.

“It builds upon President Trump’s commitment to get something done.”

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia said the bill is “not going to make everybody happy” but was essential.

“It would be stupidity on steroids if Congress left for Christmas without doing an interim package,” Warner said.

By Jack Davis, The Western Journal

GSA Approves Biden Transition Funds

GSA Administrator Emily Murphy sent a letter to Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden informing him that she was authorizing the release of funds to him for a potential presidential transition. While Murphy, who is a President Trump appointee, was careful to say she was not declaring a winner in the presidential election which is being contested by Trump, she cited “recent developments involving legal challenges and certifications of election results” for her decision Monday.

Murphy said she was not pressured or given direction by anyone in the administration. However she said she received thousands of messages via phone, mail and online threatening herself, her family, staff and pets.

A copy of the letter was posted by CNN (full text below):

GSA Letter of Approval of Funds for Biden

Dear Mr. Biden:

As the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration, I have the ability under the Presidential Transition Act of 1963, as amended, to make certain post-election resources and services available to assist in the event of a presidential transition. See 3 U.S.C. § 102 note (the “Act”). I take this role seriously and, because of recent developments involving legal challenges and certifications of election results, am transmitting this letter today to make those resources and services available to you.

I have dedicated much of my adult life to public service, and I have always strived to do what is right. Please know that I came to my decision independently, based on the law and available facts. I was never directly or indirectly pressured by any Executive Branch official—including those who work at the White House or GSA—with regard to the substance or timing of my decision. To be clear, I did not receive any direction to delay my determination. I did, however, receive threats online, by phone, and by mail directed at my safety, my family, my staff, and even my pets in an effort to coerce me into making this determination prematurely. Even in the face of thousands of threats, I always remained committed to upholding the law.

Contrary to media reports and insinuations, my decision was not made out of fear or favoritism. Instead, I strongly believe that the statute requires that the GSA Administrator ascertain, not impose, the apparent president-elect. Unfortunately, the statute provides no procedures or standards for this process, so I looked to precedent from prior elections involving legal challenges and incomplete counts. GSA does not dictate the outcome of legal disputes and recounts, nor does it determine whether such proceedings are reasonable or justified. These are issues that the Constitution, federal laws, and state laws leave to the election certification process and decisions by courts of competent jurisdiction. I do not think that an agency charged with improving federal procurement and property management should place itself above the constitutionally-based election process. I strongly urge Congress to consider amendments to the Act.

As you know, the GSA Administrator does not pick or certify the winner of a presidential election. Instead, the GSA Administrator’s role under the Act is extremely narrow: to make resources and services available in connection with a presidential transition. As stated, because of recent developments involving legal challenges and certifications of election results, I have determined that you may access the post-election resources and services described in Section 3 of the Act upon request. The actual winner of the presidential election will be determined by the electoral process detailed in the Constitution. Section 7 of the Act and Public Law 116-159, dated October 1, 2020, which provides continuing appropriations until December 11, 2020, makes $6,300,000 available to you to carry out the provisions of Section 3 of the Act. In addition, $1,000,000 is authorized, pursuant to Public Law 116-159, to provide appointee orientation sessions and a transition directory. I remind you that Section 6 of the Act imposes reporting requirements on you as a condition for receiving services and funds from GSA.

If there is anything we can do to assist you, please contact Ms. Mary D. Gibert, the Federal Transition Coordinator.
Sincerely,

Emily W. Murphy
Administrator
U.S. General Services Administration
cc: The Honorable Edward Kaufman
The Honorable Jeffrey Zients
The Honorable Mark Meadows
The Honorable Chris Liddell

Source: The Gateway Pundit

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, a Former CNN and MSNBC Host, Shows His True Colors by Bullying Couragous Patriot Sidney Powell

On Thursday night Tucker Carlson from FOX News told his audience he invited Attorney Sidney Powell on his show to share evidence of elections software flipping votes. Tucker said Sidney got angry and refused to provide evidence for voting software flipping votes.

On Friday morning Maria Bartiromo asked Sidney Powell how she responded to Tucker:

Maria Bartiromo: How did you respond to Tucker Carlson? Did you get angry with the show because they texted you and asked you to provide evidence of what you’re alleging?

Sidney Powell: No, I didn’t get angry with the request to provide evidence in fact I sent an affidavit to Tucker that I had not even attached to a pleading yet to help him understand the situation and I offered him another witness who could explain the mathematics of the statistical evidence far better than I can. I’m not really a numbers person. But he was very insulting, demanding and rude and I told him not to contact me again in those terms.

Powell responded by suggesting that Carlson “missed the news conference” referring to an event where she and Rudi Giuliani made their case for challenging the results of the election.

Carlson’s section was about the conference and how many Biden-friendly media outlets simply dismissed it as a “clown show” instead of looking into the merits of their claims.

“I would continue to encourage him and all journalists to review all the materials we have provided so far and conduct their own investigations,” Powell said, adding that her priority was “collecting evidence and preparing the case.”

On her Twitter feed Powell also reposted a remark branding Carlson’s invitation as a “Fox Globalist directed temper tantrum”.

On Friday night Tucker Carlson doubled down and denied there was any proof of vote switching during the 2020 presidential election.

Tucker Carlson told his audience there is no evidence of votes being switched. But The Gateway Pundit sent him at least one video on the voter fraud they revealed with the help of several IT specialists, auditors and accountants.

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Whistleblower Health Worker Exposes Lies of Pandemic via Social Media, Goes Under Investigation

The British Brainwashing Corporation aka the BBC posted a hit piece defaming a whistleblower health worker who bravely spoke on social media revealing COVID is a “plandemic” and had received “messages of support from people including NHS workers who are speaking out“.

Now likely to be sanctioned or fired from her job for daring to speak the truth, Louise Hampton who works for the NHS, revealed that during the “crisis” she had little to no work to perform and was embarrassed that the public were encouraged to clap and celebrate the NHS “heroes” who were “risking their lives daily” to fight the deadly COVID-19 virus.

But so powerful was her video message it quickly racked up nearly half a million views across Facebook and Twitter before being banned. Here is how the BBC’s “Anti-disinformation Unit” reported the story:

“A worker at a major NHS provider is under investigation by her employer for posting a video on social media in which she claimed that Covid-19 does not exist.

Louise Hampton, who works for Care UK, posted a video to Facebook on Wednesday in which she claimed her service had been “dead” throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and she had done nothing at all.

Brandishing her NHS badge and a certificate signed by a Care UK manager that thanked her for making a difference to patients, Ms Hampton said: “Apparently, I worked really hard during Covid.”

She then went on a rant peppered with profanity and claimed that she had done no work “because our service was dead. We weren’t getting the calls. It was dead. Covid is a load of …

“And I didn’t clap for the NHS. I didn’t clap for myself.”

In a statement, Care UK, which provides call centres and a range of other services to the NHS, said it was investigating.

“We are aware of this video, which we consider to be materially inaccurate in a number of ways, and can confirm that a member of staff is subject to investigation,” a spokesperson said.

“We expect all our colleagues and services to support the work of the NHS in giving the public the right information and support during the pandemic. Our call centres were, in fact, exceptionally busy, handling a peak of 400% more calls than usual. Our teams showed huge commitment and dedication in delivering the service, and we have rightly thanked them for the efforts they have made.”

The video quickly racked up nearly half a million views across Facebook and Twitter.

In a later post, Ms Hampton claimed she had received “messages of support from people including NHS workers who are speaking out”.

(Image copyright FACEBOOK) Image caption Ms Hampton used several hashtags referencing popular online conspiracy theories

Her Facebook account, which included a number of coronavirus conspiracy theories and references to the QAnon conspiracy theory, was later deleted.

However, copies of the video had already proliferated across social media sites. It was particularly popular in groups and communities promoting Covid-19 misinformation.

QAnon supporters – who believe Donald Trump is secretly saving the world from a cabal of paedophiles – have also spread unfounded theories about coronavirus, calling it a “deep state” hoax and promoting misinformation about face masks and vaccines.

She also made references to Plandemic, a coronavirus conspiracy theory video that went viral in May and was subsequently taken down by major social media networks.

BBC News has contacted Ms Hampton for comment.”

Source: https://principia-scientific.com/bbc-attacks-health-worker-for-exposing-covid-fraud/

 

 

PayPal De-Platforms Conservative Street Artist Sabo, Holds His Funds for Six Months

On Monday evening, Sabo, the conservative street artist who is mostly known for his street posters that randomly pop up in California, reported on his Facebook page that he has now been kicked off of PayPal. “Today Paypal canceled my account with all of my money in it,” he announced. “They are holding my funds for the next 6 months.”

PayPal is the money exchanging platform Sabo used to earn income, and this de-platforming hits him hard financially. “I explained to them that I live in a city with 60,000 homeless people and that they are about to make me and my wife join their ranks.”

Last year, Sabo was also de-platformed from Twitter without being given a reason. He gave an exclusive interview to PJMedia’s Megan Fox when it happened.

Sabo posted the following image with his announcement about PayPal.

“My wife had warned me about doing business with PayPal,” the artist told PJM. “I’d constantly tell her that they provided a great service which makes starting an online store easy.”

“I trusted them,” he explained. “I worked in the start-ups for many years and it sucks to see what they’ve become. The people of PayPal obviously haven’t taken note of how many once-giants are less than memories now. Their time will come soon as well. When it comes to the transfer of money, trust is paramount.”

“They’ve lost that trust with me,” he added. “We are living in Orwellian times.”

Sabo insists in his Facebook post that he will keep fighting to be able to earn a living. “We’ll find an alternative way to generate income and I’m sure they will work to hit that as well. And then we’ll find another.” He also said he expected this would happen. “2020 is right around the corner and they are doing everything they can to silence our side. At least they finally did it so now I can move on.”