90 Miles From Tyranny : 2022-11-06

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Maricopa County Officials Say No Final Election Results Until At Least Monday; Kari Lake Still Confident She’ll Win

There will be no final results in Arizona election until at least Monday, possibly longer, Bill Gates, Chairman of Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors, told CNN on Thursday. There are about 400,000 ballots left to be counted in Maricopa alone, along with a few “onesies, twosies here and there,” he said.

“I think that we’ll see the lion’s share here wrap up by early next week,” Gates said. When pressed, he wouldn’t promise that Maricopa County would be finished counting by

Monday. “Maybe,” he told the CNN reporter.

Former news anchor Kari Lake is locked in a close contest with Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs (49.6 to 50.4 percent) while Republican senatorial nominee Blake Masters is trailing his Democrat opponent Senator Mark Kelly by five points (46.3 to 51.5). The race for the state’s attorney general is also neck and neck between Republican nominee, Abe Hamadeh (49.8 percent), and Democrat nominee Kris Mayes (50.2 percent). The remaining votes to be counted, however, are said to strongly favor the Republicans.

There are still 621,000 votes to be counted across the state, reportedly.

Heavily Republican Election Day voters in Maricopa County faced long lines as around 25 percent of their ballots were rejected due to printing issues. On Wednesday evening, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors released a joint statement acknowledged that 70 out of 223 voting locations were impacted by the printer issues on Election Day.
The printer settings for the Ballot-On-Demand printers at Vote Centers were the same ones we used in the August Primary. The paper was the same thickness. Prior to the General Election, the Elections Department test-printed and test-tabulated hundreds of ballots without issue.

We are committed to finding out what factors changed that led to issues at 70 Vote Centers on Tuesday. We are grateful to county techs who found a fix to the problem by adjusting printer settings.
The supervisors said around 7 percent of ballots, or around 17,000, were impacted by the printer issues.

Voters were given the option to place their ballots in “Drop Box 3” to be counted later. Those 17,000 ballots—which are expected to lean heavily Republican—are now being counted, according to ABC15 reporter Nicole Grigg.

Pollster Rich Baris disputed the notion that only 17,000 votes were impacted by the tabulation issues, given how widespread the problem was on Election Day:

The FDA Misled the Public About Ivermectin and Should Be Accountable in Court, Argues AAPS

The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) filed its motion and amicus brief Thursday evening with the federal district court in Galveston urging it to allow the lawsuit to proceed against the FDA for its misleading statements against ivermectin. In Apter v. HHS, a group of physicians sued to hold the Food and Drug Administration, a federal agency within the Department of Health & Human Services (HHS), accountable for its interference with physicians’ ability to treat Covid-19.

“Defendant FDA has improperly exploited misunderstandings about the legality and prevalence of off-label uses of medication, in order to mislead courts, state medical boards, and the public into thinking there is anything improper about off-label prescribing,” AAPS writes in its amicus brief to the court. “Not only is off-label prescribing fully proper, legal, and commonplace, but it is also absolutely necessary in order to give effective care to patients.”

Yet the FDA published multiple statements and sent letters to influential organizations to falsely disparage ivermectin, implying that it was not approved for treating Covid-19. Many, including courts and state medical boards, were misled by the FDA into thinking that its lack of approval for this treatment meant that ivermectin should not be used to treat Covid-19.

“It has never been proper for the FDA to interfere with that essential part of the practice of medicine, and the FDA knows it,” AAPS informed the court. The FDA “insisted and continues to insist on interfering with the prescription of this safe medication by physicians in treating Covid-19,” AAPS added.

AAPS General Counsel Andrew Schlafly pointed out to the court that the FDA “has engaged in a campaign of interference with the proper use by physicians of ivermectin, which has long been approved as fully safe for human use.” He alerted the court that once the FDA approves a medication as safe, then physicians have full authority to prescribe it to treat any illness, particularly a...

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2022 birth decline in Germany and Sweden explained by ‘vaccines’

An alarming German study revealed how the "vaccine" rollout coincided with a sudden and dramatic drop in fertility rates in Germany and Sweden.

“Following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, several countries faced short-term fertility declines in 2020 and 2021, a development which did not materialize in Scandinavian and German-speaking countries. However, more recent birth statistics show a steep fertility decline in the aftermath of the pandemic in 2022.”

The study provided data on the unexpected birth decline in 2022 in Germany and Sweden and examined how pandemic-related contextual developments could have influenced the post-pandemic fertility development. They relied on monthly birth statistics and present seasonally adjusted monthly Total Fertility Rates (TFR) for Germany and Sweden.

The researchers related the nine-months lagged fertility rates to contextual developments regarding Covid-19 mortality and morbidity, unemployment rates, and Covid-19 vaccinations.

The seasonally adjusted monthly TFR of Germany dropped around 14 percent. In Sweden, the corresponding TFR dropped almost 10 percent. “There is no association of the fertility trends with changes in unemployment, infection rates, or Covid-19 deaths. However, there is a strong association between the onset of vaccination programmes and the fertility decline nine months after this onset.

“The fertility decline in the first months of 2022 in Germany and Sweden is remarkable. Common explanations of fertility change during the pandemic do not apply in its aftermath. The association between the onset of mass...

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Friday, November 11, 2022

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Soros-backed prosecutors score major wins in midterms

Leftwing billionaire succeeded in installing more radical DAs in Iowa, Maine, Texas

Throughout the Biden presidency, Americans have been deluged with alarming news reports of “Soros district attorneys” causing an explosion in violent crime in major U.S. cities, due to their radical “criminal justice reform” practices of emptying prisons and refusing to prosecute criminals. So, many will be alarmed to learn that, though not covered by most news reporting on Tuesday’s midterm elections, district attorneys funded by billionaire leftist George Soros swept elections in at least three states, Iowa, Maine and Texas.

According to an analysis by Fox News Digital, which conducted a search of campaign-finance databases to determine which DA candidates had been funded by Soros, a minimum of four Soros candidates prevailed on Tuesday.

As the Fox report revealed: “Soros' district attorney operation involves his longtime treasurer, Whitney Tymas, establishing ‘pop-up’ political action committees in states where he targets the prosecutor races. Once set up, the financier injects money into the PACs, which tend to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars backing his preferred candidates. The PACs typically dissolve after the elections.”

Noting that some of Tymas committees are established on the city level, like the one in Philadelphia that has supported notorious District Attorney Larry Krasner, Fox noted that its investigation encompassed only state databases, which means there could be even more Soros DAs that will soon take office.

Beyond Philadelphia’s Krasner, other Soros-backed DAs that have dominated news reports in recent months include Kim Foxx in Chicago, Chesa Boudin in San Francisco, George Gascon in Los Angeles, Marilyn Mosby in Baltimore, and Kim Gardner in St. Louis.

One of the newcomer Soros prosecutors elected this week was Kimberly Graham in Iowa, who received more than $300,000 of Soros money to win her primary contest in Polk County. Up against GOP attorney Allan Richards this week, she won by almost 14 percentage points.

Soros also donated $300,000 to the Maine Justice & Public Safety PAC in May, reported Fox News Digital, money in turn directed to Jackie Sartoris, who prevailed over Cumberland County's Democratic district attorney Jonathan Sahrbeck in last June’s primary. Since there was no GOP or independent candidate running against her in the general election, Sartoris easily won.

Soros also invested hundreds of thousands to support Bexar County, Texas District Attorney Joe Gonzalez as well as Dallas County DA John Creuzot. Each of them had been helped previously by Soros in obtaining their office. Gonzalez beat GOP candidate Marc LaHood, and Creuzot prevailed against his Republican opponent, Faith Johnson, by 20 percentage points.

In addition to radical prosecutors, Soros also funds extensive efforts to “defund the police” – the other reason many cite for America’s explosion in violent crime and chaos. For example, his nonprofit Open Society Policy Center donated $500,000 to the effort last year to "dismantle" and replace the...

Xi Jinping tells China’s military to prepare for war, ‘fight and win’ it

Chinese leader Xi Jinping recently called on China’s military to devote all of its energy to preparing for war, making combat readiness its singular priority so that Chinese forces can “fight and win” in a potential future conflict.

On Tuesday, Xi carried out an inspection of the Central Military Commission (CMC) of the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP). According to China’s official Xinhua news service, he told the CMC that China’s entire military “should devote all its energy to and carry out all its work for combat readiness, enhance its capability to fight and win, and effectively fulfill its missions and tasks in the new era.”

Xi said China’s military should set “combat effectiveness as the sole criterion” in their decision-making as they move forward.

Xi’s emphasis on China’s combat effectiveness above all else comes after he called for China to expand its military with new capabilities and more intense training at the twice-in-a-decade 20th Chinese Communist Party National Congress last month. During that key CCP meeting, Xi also said China would push for “reunification” with Taiwan, and held open the possibility of China “reunifying” with Taiwan by military force.

While Taiwan governs itself as an independent nation, the People’s Republic of China considers the island a part of its sovereign territory. Chinese officials have increasingly referenced reunification with Taiwan and China has asserted territorial claims over the neighboring South China Sea in recent years.

Xi, who serves as China’s president as well as the CCP’s leader and the chairman of the CMC, said on Tuesday that Chinese military officials should “take concrete actions to further modernize national defense and the military.”

Xi also likely hinted at China’s ambitions of asserting control over...

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