90 Miles From Tyranny : 2022-03-27

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Saturday, April 2, 2022

Girls With Guns

GOP Rep. Cammack: Biden’s Risking National Security by Draining a Third of Oil Reserves to Save His Poll Numbers

On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Evening Edit,” Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) stated that President Joe Biden’s plan to release oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is designed to save the president’s poll numbers and will endanger national security without lowering gas prices.

Cammack said, “I think that they are doing this because they are so concerned about Biden’s sinking, plummeting poll numbers that they are desperate for anything. … We need to stop telling our adversaries exactly what we are going to do and what we’re not going to do. And this move to basically drain a third of our strategic oil reserves, this is ludicrous. This is putting our national security at risk.”

She added, “What they’re doing with the strategic oil reserve, it’s not going to lower the prices. It’s not meeting the demand. It’s putting us at risk. And the thing that we need to do is get the domestic production back up. But they need to release all the red tape that they have tied our producers up with. That is what is going to get us going again. We’re sitting on it. We’re standing on it. But all they have done is deflect, redirect, and...

Visage à trois #156

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Aphasia can be caused by the COVID vaccine

How do we know Bruce Willis' aphasia wasn't caused by the vaccine? Nobody is talking about it.

I wanted to make sure everyone knows aphasia is one of the thousands of symptoms whose reporting rates were elevated after the COVID vaccines rolled out. It’s #1574 on that sorted list of symptoms elevated by the COVID vaccine that we calculated back in November 2021.

But I also very distinctly remember, very early on after the vaccines rolled out, a story from Dr. Byram Bridle of a teenage girl, perfectly healthy before getting the vaccine, who couldn’t speak shortly after getting vaccinated.

Of course, we now know this wasn’t just a coincidence.

The numbers of reports to the VAERS system bear this out.

Here’s a “baseline” year 2019 for all vaccines put together:

Here’s what the numbers are just for the COVID vaccine alone:

Bruce Willis is 67 and developed aphasia after being vaccinated. Could it just be a coincidence? Maybe, but how did Willis’ doctors rule out the vaccine being causal?

We aren’t told this. Why not?

340 vs. 12 for his age group… a factor of 28 higher reporting rate for the COVID vaccines.

Bad luck? I don’t think so.

Why aren’t they explaining to us why this couldn’t have been caused by the vaccine

The medical authorities always tell us they want to reduce vaccine hesitancy so why not tell us how the doctors ruled out the vaccine as causal in Willis’ case?

The actual case reports show people are normal before getting vaccinated and unable to talk shortly after.

If this isn’t causal, then how do you explain all these amazing coincidences? And why are the reports so much higher after the COVID vaccines vs. all other vaccines?

More troubling are the actual case reports.

Here are just the first three that came up in the search report:

VAERS ID:906282 (history) Given the vaccine at 712 pm on 12/20/20. At approximately 715 pm, she began to clear her throat and then became unable to speak, followed by audible wheezes and short, shallow breaths. At 1923, Epinephrine was administered. At 1928, she was able to speak again and was transported to the ED. The patient reports after arrival to the ER, the symptoms returned. She was given PO Benadryl, followed by IV Benadryl, and then a 2nd dose of Epinephrine. She was admitted to the ICU for observation

VAERS ID:907710 (history) About 30 minutes after injection felt brain fog and had a hard time finding words; About 30 minutes after injection felt brain fog and had a hard...

On Eliminating Carbon Based Life Forms....

 Your Morals And Ideals Are Too Inconvenient For Them.

Visage à trois #155

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Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #329

Rising Number of Illegal Immigrant Hardened Criminals Cross Into US

With the record number of illegal immigrants allowed into the United States, there is a growing number of hardened criminals who were already convicted of violent crimes prior to their arrival here. Tens of thousands of such foreigners have crossed the southern border from Mexico in recent years, according to Customs and Border Protection (CBP) statistics, with a notable acceleration during President Joe Biden’s first year in office.

U.S. border officials track the number of people who cross the border illegally, and who have a findable criminal record, either in the United States or in a country that shares its information.

During President Obama’s last year in office, the number of illegal immigrants arrested at the border with a known criminal record was 12,842.

Under President Trump, the number steadily declined. His first year, 2018, the number was cut by one-third to 8,531. Even as Trump opponents and open-border advocates fought border enforcement initiatives, the number of convicted criminals crossing into the United States and getting arrested dropped about 2,000 per year, until it was down to 2,438 in 2020.

Then under President Biden’s relatively open-border policy, the number bumped back up to well past 10,000 in 2021. (10,763)

Noted by type of crime committed, border officials counted more than 1,100 (1,178) assault, battery, and domestic violence convictions among noncitizens illegally crossing the border in 2021.

When it comes to sexual offenses, including rape, there were 156 known convictions discovered among illegal border crossers during Trump’s last year in office. The number more than tripled to 488 during Biden’s first year.

There are also dozens of stone-cold killers among the illegal border crossers: 60 convicted of homicide or manslaughter last year alone, shattering what was the recent high of 8 during Obama’s final year, and a 1000 percent spike over Trump’s last year in office (3).

Up more than 500 percent last year: the number of convictions for Driving Under the Influence (DUI); assault, battery and domestic violence; illegal drug possession and trafficking; and burglary, robbery, larceny, theft, and fraud.

Up nearly 700 percent in Biden’s first year: illegal gun possession and...

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The 90 Miles Mystery Video: Nyctophilia Edition #976

Before You Click On The "Read More" Link, 

Please Only Do So If You Are Over 21 Years Old.

If You are Easily Upset, Triggered Or Offended, This Is Not The Place For You.  

Please Leave Silently Into The Night......

The 90 Miles Mystery Box: Episode #1676

You have come across a mystery box. But what is inside? 
It could be literally anything from the serene to the horrific, 
from the beautiful to the repugnant, 
from the mysterious to the familiar.

If you decide to open it, you could be disappointed, 
you could be inspired, you could be appalled. 

This is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended. 
You have been warned.

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Friday, April 1, 2022

Ukrainian helicopters just performed a 40 kilometre deep strike penetration into Russian airspace...


— the vaunted ”best air defence in the world“ — and blew up an oil depot in Belgorod.

Girls With Guns

More Scandals Envelop the Scandalous FBI

For years, congressional Republicans promised to hold FBI officials culpable for various scandals but failed to act.

“You’re in big fucking trouble.”

So said an FBI agent to Julian Khater, one of two men accused of assaulting Capitol police officers with pepper spray on January 6, during a tense interrogation last year. Desperate to sustain the falsehood that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick was killed by Trump supporters during the Capitol protest, the FBI claimed to possess video footage that showed Khater and his friend, George Tanios, attacking Sicknick and other officers with chemical spray. Khater was arrested on an airplane at the Newark airport on March 14, 2021 after he arrived home from a trip to Florida.

For more than two hours—shackled to a metal bar in a freezing room at the New Jersey FBI field office—Khater, who has no criminal record, was interrogated without a lawyer present. FBI Special Agent Riley Palmertree refused to tell Khater why he was under arrest until he agreed to proceed without counsel in the room, which Khater reluctantly did. Recently released video confirms Khater initially told the agents he “would feel more comfortable if I had a lawyer” answering questions on his behalf. An hour later, Khater again said he wanted his lawyer.

But Palmertree pushed back, presenting videos and photos implicating Khater in the alleged assault. Palmertree assured Khater that by admitting he sprayed Sicknick with pepper spray rather than a can of bear spray—an item Palmertree later testified was not used that day—a judge would go easy on him. Khater signed a statement confessing that he attacked officers with pepper spray.

Khater has been in jail ever since, housed in the D.C. gulag specifically used to detain January 6 protesters; his trial is scheduled for June 6.

But Khater’s lawyer, Joseph Tacopina, is now asking the court to toss the interrogation as evidence, arguing that the FBI used “coercion and deception” to force Khater into waiving his Miranda rights. Further, Tacopina wrote in a February 22 motion that Palmertree lied in his FBI report by claiming he advised Khater about the “nature of the interview” before asking Khater to waive his rights.

Khater’s unconstitutional confession is just the latest example of how this rogue agency filled with dirty cops operates with impunity. In just the past several weeks, a number of new FBI scandals have emerged.

A 2019 internal audit of the FBI detected hundreds of violations related to “sensitive investigative matters,” which are investigations into elected officials, candidates, or political organizations. A review of 353 sensitive cases uncovered 747 violations. “A majority of the cases studied, 191, involved domestic public officials,” the Washington Times reported this month. “Dozens of cases involved religious organizations or their prominent members, and dozens of cases involved domestic political organizations and individuals. Ten cases involved domestic political candidates, and 11 cases involved news media.” Senator Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) said on Twitter that he and Senator Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) are “demanding answers +inspector general investigation CANT [sic] TOLERATE ‘mistakes’ of FBI trampling constitutional rights.”

Bryan Vorndran, assistant director of the FBI’s cyber division, told the House Judiciary Committee this week that he doesn’t know the whereabouts of Hunter Biden’s laptop, a device the agency seized in December 2019. Under questioning by Representative Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), Vorndran repeatedly
evaded questions as to whether the department has investigated the contents of the computer to determine if the Biden family is...

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Quick Hits Of Wisdom, Knowledge And Snark #328

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