Perkins Coie had Seth Rich laptop why?, DNC Hillary Clinton et al legal counsel, Redacted email reveals turned over to FBI

Perkins Coie had Seth Rich laptop why?, DNC Hillary Clinton et al legal counsel, Redacted email reveals turned over to FBI

“And why is Fox News working so hard to kill this story? I wish I could say more “about Fox’s behind-the-scenes treachery — and someday hopefully I will — but rest assured that Malia Zimmerman’s May 17, 2017 story about Mr. Rich was fully vetted by senior Fox management. I repeatedly encouraged Fox’s attorneys to postpone settlement discussions with Seth Rich’s parents until I obtained the FBI records (my client, Ed Butowsky, was a co-defendant with Fox), but Fox was hellbent on settling the case in October / November. That’s around the time Rupert Murdoch publicly joined forces with Joe Biden. Fox had a very strong defense, yet it rolled over and played dead, settling the lawsuit and then firing Ms. Zimmerman. Sooner or later, the full story will come out, and it will be very ugly for Fox News and the Murdoch family.”...Attorney Ty Clevenger

“They found, what he had done, he [Seth Rich] had submitted a series of documents, emails from DNC — and, by the way, all this shit about the DNC, you know, was it a ‘hack’ or wasn’t it a ‘hack’ — whatever happened, it was the Democrats themselves wrote this shit, you know what I mean? All I know is that, he offered a sample, he sends a sample, you know, I am sure dozens of emails, and said ‘I want money’. Later Wikileaks did get the password [SETH RICH DID SELL WIKILEAKS ACCESS INTO HIS COMPUTER.] He had a drop-box, a [password-]protected drop-box, which isn’t hard to do.”…Seymour Hersh

” So why would a “street robbery” investigation need to be classified?”…Attorney Ty Clevenger July 22, 2020

From a recently released redacted FBI email we learn that Perkins Coie, legal counsel to the DNC, Hillary Clinton et al, provided a copy of Seth Rich’s laptop to the FBI.

Why did they have it?

SethRichLaptopPerkinCoie

https://vault.fbi.gov/seth-rich/seth-rich-part-01-of-01/view

SethRichLaptopReceipt

From Diana West July 9, 2021.

Why Did Perkins Coie Have a Copy of Seth Rich’s Laptop?

One of the top weapons in the arsenal of deception is time. Big Lies + Time = False Narrative. Batter the truth long enough and there comes that point after which a smoking gun and other evidence matter little more than any other point of argument, perhaps to be won, yes, but to be savored only as the emptiest of victories. Or, rather, the loneliest of victories. The train has left the station and there are just a few stragglers on the platform to notice.

Certainly, this is the case with the excruciatingly slow extraction of the truth around the murder of Seth Rich and the efforts to hide and distort it by Surveillance Police State Media Complex for the past five years. Thanks in large part to the dogged efforts of plaintiff Ed Butowski, his lawyer Ty Clevenger, Judicial Watch and to the big fat mouths of Michael Isikoff, Ellen Ratner and Deborah Sines, we have more basic information about the FBI, Mueller team and US Attorney investigations and cover-up of the Seth Rich affair.

For several crucial years, the FBI denied investigating Seth Rich at all; for several crucial years, the FBI denied having any documents related to any such investigation; for several crucial years the FBI denied having possession of Seth Rich’s laptop. We now know the FBI lied about every one of these things, and so many more.

But this train left the station so long ago there isn’t even a station anymore. But to pick up the tracks …

Deborah Sines was an assistant US attorney assigned to be the lead prosecutor in the Seth Rich muder case. Her post-retirement interview with Michael Isikoff for his podcast “Conspiracyland” added to our understanding of the cover-up, as refined in a deposition conducted by Ty Clevenger.

As Gateway Pundit’s Joe Hoft summarized:

Sines discussed her comments that she gave to Michael Isikoff (noted below) and confirmed that they were true but then states that she should not have said those things and she would not be able to provide more information on the statements.  She confirmed that the FBI did examine Seth Rich’s computer and that she met with an FBI Agent and a prosecutor from the Mueller gang.

The truth, battered for years, will out.

This indicates that there should be a form 302 floating around with information from the discussion with the FBI and Mueller gang and also it confirms that Mueller did not mention this in his report.

A new “declassification” of heavily censored (“redacted”) Seth Rich documents (which, as noted above, the FBI crucial years denying they even possessed) does seem to include a write-up of this meeting titled “Sensitive Matter – Meeting with AUSA [Assistant US Attorney].”

The meeting took place on March 15, 2018 at the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia between an FBI special agent, an AUSA, likely Sines, and an attorney with Mueller’s Special Counsel office, Heather Alperino. A trifecta of cover-up.”

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Children Covid19 risk extremely low England study reveals, Not routinely offered vaccines, Hospital stays rare

Children Covid19 risk extremely low England study reveals, Not routinely offered vaccines, Hospital stays rare

“two papers published May 19 in the journal of Hospital Pediatrics found pediatric hospitalizations for COVID were overcounted by at least 40%, carrying potential implications for nationwide figures used to justify vaccinating children.”...The Defender

“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO

From the BBC July 9, 2021.

“Covid: Children’s extremely low risk confirmed by study

The overall risk of children becoming severely ill or dying from Covid is extremely low, a new analysis of Covid infection data confirms.

Data from the first 12 months of the pandemic in England shows 25 under-18s died from Covid.

Those living with multiple chronic illnesses and neuro-disabilities were most at risk, though the overall risk remained low.

The conclusions are being considered by the UK’s vaccine advisory group.

Currently, under-18s are not routinely offered Covid vaccines, even if they have other underlying health conditions that put them at risk.

Scientists from University College London, and the Universities of York, Bristol and Liverpool say their studies of children are the most comprehensive yet anywhere in the world.

They checked England’s public health data and found most of the young people who had died of Covid-19 had underlying health conditions:

  • Around 15 had life-limiting or underlying conditions, including 13 living with complex neuro-disabilities
  • Six had no underlying conditions recorded in the last five years – though researchers caution some illnesses may have been missed
  • A further 36 children had a positive Covid test at the time of their death but died from other causes, the analysis suggests
  • Though the overall risks were still low, children and young people who died were more likely to be over the age of 10 and of Black and Asian ethnicity.

Researchers estimate that 25 deaths in a population of some 12 million children in England gives a broad, overall mortality rate of 2 per million children.

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This is the devil we know.

The devil we don’t know, but are increasingly finding out about, is the impact of vaccinations on children.

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9048 deaths reported after Covid19 vaccinations, CDC reporting 5946 why?, VAERS July 2 data, 7463 permanent disability

9048 deaths reported after Covid19 vaccinations, CDC reporting 5946 why?, VAERS July 2 data, 7463 permanent disability

“two papers published May 19 in the journal of Hospital Pediatrics found pediatric hospitalizations for COVID were overcounted by at least 40%, carrying potential implications for nationwide figures used to justify vaccinating children.”...The Defender

“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO

From the July 2, 2021 VAERS data.

Deaths 9,048

Permanent disability 7,463

Life threatening 7,822

Emergency visit 56,915

https://www.medalerts.org/vaersdb/findfield.php?TABLE=ON&GROUP1=CAT&EVENTS=ON&VAX=COVID19

The CDC is reporting 5,946 deaths.

Why?

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

The push is on to vaccinate everyone.

Children should not be vaccinated!

Anyone who has had Covid19 should not be vaccinated!

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Seth Rich murder 5 year anniversary July 10 and FBI still stalling, Huddleston v FBI motion for In Camera review denied as premature, Attorney Clevenger: “why would a “street robbery” investigation need to be classified?”

Seth Rich murder 5 year anniversary July 10 and FBI still stalling, Huddleston v FBI motion for In Camera review denied as premature, Attorney Clevenger: “why would a “street robbery” investigation need to be classified?”

“And why is Fox News working so hard to kill this story? I wish I could say more “about Fox’s behind-the-scenes treachery — and someday hopefully I will — but rest assured that Malia Zimmerman’s May 17, 2017 story about Mr. Rich was fully vetted by senior Fox management. I repeatedly encouraged Fox’s attorneys to postpone settlement discussions with Seth Rich’s parents until I obtained the FBI records (my client, Ed Butowsky, was a co-defendant with Fox), but Fox was hellbent on settling the case in October / November. That’s around the time Rupert Murdoch publicly joined forces with Joe Biden. Fox had a very strong defense, yet it rolled over and played dead, settling the lawsuit and then firing Ms. Zimmerman. Sooner or later, the full story will come out, and it will be very ugly for Fox News and the Murdoch family.”...Attorney Ty Clevenger

“They found, what he had done, he [Seth Rich] had submitted a series of documents, emails from DNC — and, by the way, all this shit about the DNC, you know, was it a ‘hack’ or wasn’t it a ‘hack’ — whatever happened, it was the Democrats themselves wrote this shit, you know what I mean? All I know is that, he offered a sample, he sends a sample, you know, I am sure dozens of emails, and said ‘I want money’. Later Wikileaks did get the password [SETH RICH DID SELL WIKILEAKS ACCESS INTO HIS COMPUTER.] He had a drop-box, a [password-]protected drop-box, which isn’t hard to do.”…Seymour Hersh

” So why would a “street robbery” investigation need to be classified?”…Attorney Ty Clevenger July 22, 2020

From Huddleston v FBI July 6, 2021.

“Plaintiff requests that the Court conduct an in camera review of “all responsive documents”
in unredacted form (Dkt. #28 at p. 16). But as Defendants point out in response, “the production
phase is ongoing, and the briefing phase of the case has not begun or even been scheduled” (Dkt.
#30 at p. 2). See Juarez v. Dep’t of Justice, 518 F.3d 54, 60 (D.C. Cir. 2008) (finding in camera
review “unnecessary” when the agency’s affidavits “sufficiently describe the documents and set
forth proper reasons for invoking an exemption”). As such, Plaintiff’s request is premature. Upon
completion of Defendants’ production, the parties may meet and confer to discuss the details of a
scheduling order for the briefing phase of the litigation, if necessary. But until then, Plaintiff’s
request for in camera review is improper at this time.”

https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.txed.197917/gov.uscourts.txed.197917.32.0.pdf

From Citizen Wells May 9, 2021.

“From Huddleston v FBI May 7, 2021.

“MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER. It is therefore ORDERED that Defendants’ Second Motion to Stay Scheduling Order Deadlines (Dkt. [21]) is hereby GRANTED. It is FURTHER ORDERED that the Scheduling Order in this case is amended as follows: April 23, 2021 First Production, May 24, 2021 Second Production, June 24, 2021 Third Production, July 24, 2021 Final Production. Signed by District Judge Amos L. Mazzant, III on 5/7/2021. (filed: 05/07/2021)”

https://www.docketbird.com/court-cases/Huddleston-v-Federal-Bureau-of-Investigation/txed-4:2020-cv-00447

The FBI has been given until July 24, 2021 to produce all records related to Seth Rich.

That will be over 5 years after his murder.

From Citizen Wells April 24, 2021.

From Attorney Ty Clevenger April 23, 2021.

“This afternoon the FBI finally released records about murdered DNC employee Seth Rich and the 2016 theft of Democratic National Committee emails that were later published by Wikileaks. Those documents provide new information, but generally raise more questions than answers.

Of 576 relevant pages identified by the FBI, only 68 were produced, and most of those 68 pages are heavily redacted. They reference Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, Richard Gates, Donald Trump, Jr., Jay Sekulow, and Jerome Corsi, among others.

I haven’t had time to thoroughly review the documents, but here are a few things that stand out:

  • On page 64, a November 11, 2017 memo from FBI’s Boston Field Office is almost completely redacted, but the last sentence reads as follows: “Given _________, it is conceivable that an individual or group would want to pay for his death.”
  • A witness interview form begins on page 65, and it appears to be the interview of former Asst. U.S. Attorney Deborah Sines, the prosecutor assigned to the Seth Rich murder case. [Continued on p.2]

Page 66 of that interview reads as follows: ““After the homicide, ____ took Rich’s personal laptop to his house in ____. ____ was not aware of if _____ deleted or changed anything on Rich’s laptop.” I suspect this is referring to Aaron Rich, brother of Seth, and it begs a question: why would a private citizen be allowed to carry away evidence relevant to a murder investigation? Why was this not immediately given to the police rather than taken to somebody’s house? And the government is not aware of whether this private citizen deleted anything from the laptop? That seems like an important thing to figure out.”

“I reported last December that the NSA was withholding records about Seth Rich, and my inside source tells me it’s more than 32 pages. Regardless of the number of pages, I think we can piece together what happened. Thanks to Edward Snowden, we know that the NSA intercepts and stores virtually every electronic communication in or out of the United States. The agency is supposed to store all of that information without looking at it, and the data is supposed to be mined only upon request from an authorized entity.

I suspect Robert Mueller’s staff asked the NSA to mine the data for communications between Seth Rich (possibly Aaron Rich) and Wikileaks, and I suspect the NSA provided 32 pages of responsive records to Mueller. Now both agencies want to hide the contents of those 32 pages. Why?

If you’re discouraged by all of the redactions and withheld pages, don’t be. I plan to ask U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant to review unredacted copies of all of these documents to determine whether information is improperly being withheld. Judge Mazzant is a straight shooter, and I suspect he will grant my request.”

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Slavery history prior to Trans Atlantic African slave capture and transport, “almost all peoples have been both slaves and slaveholders at some point in their histories.” 

Slavery history prior to Trans Atlantic African slave capture and transport, “almost all peoples have been both slaves and slaveholders at some point in their histories.”

“almost all peoples have been both slaves and slaveholders at some point in their histories.” …Historian David Eltis

“I congratulate you, my dear friend, on the law of your state [South Carolina] for suspending the importation of slaves, and for the glory you have justly acquired by endeavoring to prevent it for ever. This abomination must have an end, and there is a superior bench reserved in heaven for those who hasten it.”…Thomas Jefferson

“I wish from my soul that the legislature of this State could see a policy of a gradual Abolition of Slavery.”…George Washington

 

From LDHI.

“Slavery before the Trans-Atlantic Trade

Various forms of slavery, servitude, or coerced human labor existed throughout the world before the development of the trans-Atlantic slave trade in the sixteenth century. As historian David Eltis explains, “almost all peoples have been both slaves and slaveholders at some point in their histories.” Still, earlier coerced labor systems in the Atlantic World generally differed, in terms of scale, legal status, and racial definitions, from the trans-Atlantic chattel slavery system that developed and shaped New World societies from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries.

Mansa Musa, Catalan Atlas, drawn by Abraham Cresques of Mallorca, 1375, courtesy of the British Library.

 

Mansa Musa in Catalan Atlas, drawn by Abraham Cresques of Mallorca, 1375, courtesy of the British Library. Mansa Musa was the African ruler of the Mali Empire in the 14th century. When Mansa Musa, a Muslim, took a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324 he reportedly brought a procession of 60,000 men and 12,000 slaves.

SLAVERY IN WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA

Slavery was prevalent in many West and Central African societies before and during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. When diverse African empires, small to medium-sized nations, or kinship groups came into conflict for various political and economic reasons, individuals from one African group regularly enslaved captives from another group because they viewed them as outsiders. The rulers of these slaveholding societies could then exert power over these captives as prisoners of war for labor needs, to expand their kinship group or nation, influence and disseminate spiritual beliefs, or potentially to trade for economic gain. Though shared African ethnic identities such as Yoruba or Mandinka may have been influential in this context, the concept of a unified black racial identity, or of individual freedoms and labor rights, were not yet meaningful.

Map of Main slave trade routes in Medieval Africa before the development of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, 2012.

 

Map of Main slave trade routes in Medieval Africa before the development of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, 2012.

West and Central African elites and royalty from slaveholding societies even relied on their kinship group, ranging from family members to slaves, to secure and maintain their wealth and status. By controlling the rights of their kinship group, western and central African elites owned the products of their labor. In contrast, before the trans-Atlantic trade, western European elites focused on owning land as private property to secure their wealth. These elites held rights to the products produced on their land through various labor systems, rather than owning the laborers as chattel property. In contrast, land in rural western and central African regions (outside of densely populated or riverine areas) was often open to cultivation, rather than divided into individual landholdings, so controlling labor was a greater priority. The end result in both regional systems was that elites controlled the profits generated from products cultivated through laborers and land. The different emphasis on what or whom they owned to guarantee rights over these profits shaped the role of slavery in these regions before the trans-Atlantic trade.

Scholars also argue that West Africa featured several politically decentralized, or stateless, societies. In such societies the village, or a confederation of villages, was the largest political unit. A range of positions of authority existed within these villages, but no one person or group claimed the positions of ruler or monarchy. According to historian Walter Hawthorne, in this context, government worked through group consensus. In addition, many of these small-scale, decentralized societies rejected slaveholding.

As the trans-Atlantic slave trade with Europeans expanded from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, however, both non-slaveholding and slaveholding West and Central African societies experienced the pressures of greater demand for enslaved labor. In contrast to the chattel slavery that later developed in the New World, an enslaved person in West and Central Africa lived within a more flexible kinship group system. Anyone considered a slave in this region before the trans-Atlantic trade had a greater chance of becoming free within a lifetime; legal rights were generally not defined by racial categories; and an enslaved person was not always permanently separated from biological family networks or familiar home landscapes.

The rise of plantation agriculture as central to Atlantic World economies from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries led to a generally more extreme system of chattel slavery. in this system, human beings became movable commodities bought and sold in mass numbers across significant geographic distances, and their status could be shaped by concepts of racial inferirority and passed on to their desendants. New World plantations also generally required greater levels of exertion than earlier labor systems, so that slaveholders could produce a profit within competitive trans-Atlantic markets.

Pyramid ruins in Yaxzhilan, an ancient Mayan city in Chiapas, Mexico, 2005.

 

Pyramid ruins in Yaxzhilan, an ancient Mayan city in Chiapas, Mexico, 2005. Maya was a hierarchical Mesoamerican civilization established ca. 1500-2000 BC. The Mayan social hierarchy included captive or tribute laborers who helped build structures such as pyramids.

SLAVERY IN THE AMERICAS

In the centuries before the arrival of European explorers, diverse American Indian groups lived in a wide range of social structures. Many of these socio-political structures included different forms of slavery or coerced labor, based on enslaving prisoners of war between conflicting groups, enforcing slavery within the class hierarchy of an empire, or forced tribute payments of goods or labor to demonstrate submission to a leader. However, like West and Central African slavery, American Indian slavery generally functioned within a more fluid kinship system in contrast to what later developed in the New World.

Ultimately, the practice of slavery as an oppressive and exploitative labor system was prevalent in both Western Africa and the Americas long before the influence of Europeans. Still, the factors that defined the social, political, and economic purposes and scale of slavery significantly changed, expanded, and intensified with the rise of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and American plantation agriculture launched by European expansion. For these reasons, African and American Indian slavery before the trans-Atlantic trade differed significantly from the chattel slavery systems that would later develop in the Atlantic World.

Greek slave presenting infant to its mother, vase, Eretria, Ancient Greece, 470-460 B.C., courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum.<a title="National Archaeological Museum, Athens, Greece" href="http://www.namuseum.gr/wellcome-en.html" target="_blank"><br /></a>

 

Greek slave presenting infant to its mother, vase, Eretria, Ancient Greece, 470-460 B.C., courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum.

Serfs in feudal England on a calendar page for August from Queen Mary's Psalter, ca. 1310, courtesy of the British Library Manuscripts Online Catalogue.

Serfs in feudal England, on a calendar page for August, Queen Mary’s Psalter, ca. 1310, courtesy of the British Library Manuscripts Online Catalogue.

THE DECLINE OF SLAVERY IN WESTERN EUROPE

In contrast to other Atlantic World regions, slavery was not prevalent in Western Europe in the centuries before the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Instead, labor contracts, convict labor, and serfdom prevailed. This had not always been the case. During the Roman Empire and into the early Middle Ages, enslaved Europeans could be found in every region of this subcontinent. After the Roman Empire collapsed (starting in 400 A.D. in northern Europe), the practice of individual Europeans owning other Europeans as chattel property began to decline.

As described in the following sections, this decline occurred due to unique religious, geographic, and political circumstances in Western Europe. By 1200, chattel slavery had all but disappeared from northwestern Europe. Southern Europeans along the Mediterranean coast continued to purchase slaves from various parts of Eastern Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. In Lisbon, for example, African slaves comprised one tenth of the population in the 1460s. Overall, however, the slave trade into southern Europe was relatively small compared to what later developed in the New World.”

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Jefferson condemned slavery in first draft of Declaration of Independence, Greensboro News Record makes no mention, Revisionist history at play

Jefferson condemned slavery in first draft of Declaration of Independence, Greensboro News Record makes no mention, Revisionist history at play

“he has waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating it’s most sacred rights of life & liberty in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating & carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere, or to incur miserable death in their transportation thither. this piratical warfare, the opprobrium of infidel powers, is the warfare of the CHRISTIAN king of Great Britain. determined to keep open a market where MEN should be bought & sold”…Thomas Jefferson, original draft, Declaration of Independence

“I congratulate you, my dear friend, on the law of your state [South Carolina] for suspending the importation of slaves, and for the glory you have justly acquired by endeavoring to prevent it for ever. This abomination must have an end, and there is a superior bench reserved in heaven for those who hasten it.”…Thomas Jefferson

“And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.”…Jesus, John 8:32

Revisionist history is rampant in the US and regular attempts are made to denigrate Thomas Jefferson and the founding fathers.

The following from the Greensboro News Record Friday July 2, 2021 seems to follow that narrative.

“5 surprising facts for July Fourth”

“A deeper dive into the Declaration of Independence”

Americans may think they know a lot about the Declaration of Independence, but many of those ideas are elitist and wrong, as historian Woody Holton explains.

His forthcoming book “Liberty is Sweet: The Hidden History of the American Revolution shows how independence and the Revolutionary War were influenced by women, Indigenous and enslaved people, religious dissenters and other once-overlooked Americans.

In celebration of the United States’ 245th birthday, Holton offers six surprising facts about the nation’s founding document — including that it failed to achieve its most immediate goal and that its meaning has changed from the founding to today.”

“Like the U.S. Constitution, the final version of the Declaration never uses the word “slave.” But African Americans loomed large in the first draft, written by Thomas Jefferson.

In that early draft, Jefferson’s single biggest grievance was that the mother country had first foisted enslaved Africans on white Americans and then attempted to incite them against their patriot owners. In an objection to which he gave 168 words — three times as many as any other complaint — Jefferson said George III had encouraged enslaved Americans “to purchase that liberty of which he has deprived them, by murdering the people upon whom he also obtruded them.””

https://greensboro.com/news/national/the-declaration-of-independence-wasnt-really-complaining-about-king-george-and-5-other-surprising-facts/article_1841f6ec-e306-5169-8268-4782768caaff.html

Now what Jefferson wrote:

From Citizen Wells July 3, 2019.

Slavery did not begin in the United States or original colonies.

It was an accepted condition of being conquered or bought and sold for thousands of years.

If the dumbed down people who are being used by demagogues want reparations, they should petition their African tribesmen and/or the parties who actively traded for them prior to shipment to the US such as the Portuguese, Arabs, etc.

Slavery did not start here. It ended here at the cost of many lives.

And Thomas Jefferson, who was raised in a world that accepted slavery as the norm, condemned it in his original draft of the Declaration of Independence.

“he has waged cruel war against human nature itself, violating it’s most sacred rights of life & liberty in the persons of a distant people who never offended him, captivating & carrying them into slavery in another hemisphere, or to incur miserable death in their transportation thither. this piratical warfare, the opprobrium of infidel powers, is the warfare of the CHRISTIAN king of Great Britain. determined to keep open a market where MEN should be bought & sold, he has prostituted his negative for suppressing every legislative attempt to prohibit or to restrain this execrable commerce: and that this assemblage of horrors might want no fact of distinguished die, he is now exciting those very people to rise in arms among us, and to purchase that liberty of which he has deprived them, & murdering the people upon whom he also obtruded them; thus paying off former crimes committed against the liberties of one people, with crimes which he urges them to commit against the lives of another.”

Jefferson’s words are powerful.

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CDC under reporting Covid vaccination related deaths?, VAERS shows 6985 CDC 5718, Over 54k emergency visits, 5852 permanent disability

CDC under reporting Covid vaccination related deaths?, VAERS shows 6985 CDC 5718, Over 54k emergency visits, 5852 permanent disability

“two papers published May 19 in the journal of Hospital Pediatrics found pediatric hospitalizations for COVID were overcounted by at least 40%, carrying potential implications for nationwide figures used to justify vaccinating children.”...The Defender

“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO

Latest Covid19 Vaccine adverse events from VAERS.

Death 6,985

Permanent disability 5,852

Emergency visits 54,551

Life threatening 6,898

Why is the CDC reporting 5,718 deaths?

And why does the CDC spend so much effort and verbage to emphasize how rare anaphylaxis, thrombosis and myocarditis or pericarditis are?

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/adverse-events.html

“The lady doth protest too much, methinks” Shakespeare

From The Defender July 2, 2021.

This week’s data for 12- to 17-year-olds show:

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NC vaccination of children: who is calling the shots?, Pfizer #2 Roy Cooper contributor, Executive Order 220 lacking science and compassion

NC vaccination of children: who is calling the shots?, Pfizer #2 Roy Cooper contributor, Executive Order 220 lacking science and compassion

“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO

“Furthermore, when you get vaccinated you know that you are now subject to the risks of the vaccine,” he said. “If you don’t get vaccinated, you only have a chance of contracting Covid, and therefore a chance of assuming the risks of Covid—it’s not 100% certain you’ll get Covid just because you were not vaccinated.”…UCI Medical Ethics director

Fact: Pfizer was the #2 contributor to NC Governor Roy Cooper in 2020.

Who is calling the shots?

From the NC Governor Roy Cooper Executive Order 220 June 11, 2021.

WHEREAS, although a majority of adult North Carolinians have received at least one
vaccination dose, vaccination efforts are just beginning for children; and
WHEREAS, children age twelve (12) to seventeen (17) may only receive a COVID-19
vaccine from one approved manufacturer, and children age eleven ( 11) and younger have not yet
been approved to receive a COVID-19 vaccine; and
WHEREAS, the CDC Director has expressed concern about the number of adolescents
who have required ICU treatment or mechanical ventilation due to COVID-19, with one study
showing that nearly one-third of teenagers hospitalized with COVID-19 earlier this year required
intensive care and five percent (5%) requiring ventilation; and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to continue some COVID-19 requirements in schools, child
care, and day or overnight camps, since many children will be unvaccinated and able to spread
COVID-19;”

From the CDC news release quoted by Gov. Cooper.

Summary

What is already known about this topic?

Most COVID-19–associated hospitalizations occur in adults, but severe disease occurs in all age groups, including adolescents aged 12–17 years.

What is added by this report?

COVID-19 adolescent hospitalization rates from COVID-NET peaked at 2.1 per 100,000 in early January 2021, declined to 0.6 in mid-March, and rose to 1.3 in April. Among hospitalized adolescents, nearly one third required intensive care unit admission, and 5% required invasive mechanical ventilation; no associated deaths occurred.

What are the implications for public health practice?

Recent increased hospitalization rates in spring 2021 and potential for severe disease reinforce the importance of continued COVID-19 prevention measures, including vaccination and correct and consistent mask wearing among persons not fully vaccinated or when required.”

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7023e1.htm

We learn from the summary that COVID-19 adolescent hospitalization rates are near statistically zero!

The latest data from April 2021 shows 1.3 hospitalizations per 100,000.

That is .0013 percent!

Furthermore, one third or .0004 percent required ICU admission.

5% of .0013 required invasive mechanical ventilation.

That number is very close to statiscal zero.

THERE WERE NO DEATHS.

The CDC and Gov. Cooper are using this data to encourage vaccination of children.

This is criminal!!

From Citizen Wells June 7, 2021.

Dishonest CDC director Walensky recently admitted that Covid hospitalization data was inflated and that approx only 5 percent of that number was strictly from Covid-19 and not other ailments or conditions.

Now she is misrepresenting data again in an effort to brainwash the public into thinking that adolescents must be vaccinated to remain safe.

“Statement from CDC Director Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH

Media Statement

For Immediate Release: Friday, June 4, 2021″

“On May 12, 2021, CDC recommended use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in people aged 12 years and up based on the safety and efficacy of the vaccine in adolescents following clinical trials. At the time, there was a growing body of evidence that demonstrated the severe health impacts of COVID-19 on adolescents.

Today’s MMWR presents additional data reporting the trends in hospitalizations among adolescents with COVID-19. I am deeply concerned by the numbers of hospitalized adolescents and saddened to see the number of adolescents who required treatment in intensive care units or mechanical ventilation.

Much of this suffering can be prevented.

Until they are fully vaccinated, adolescents should continue to wear masks and take precautions when around others who are not vaccinated to protect themselves, and their family, friends, and community. I ask parents, relatives and close friends to join me and talk with teens about the importance of these prevention strategies and to encourage them to get vaccinated. If parents or their teenagers have questions or concerns, I suggest they talk with their adolescent’s healthcare provider, local health department or neighborhood pharmacist.”

https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2021/s0604-director-statement.html

Compare the above to the following:

Hospitalization of Adolescents Aged 12–17 Years with Laboratory-Confirmed COVID-19 — COVID-NET, 14 States, March 1, 2020–April 24, 2021

Early Release / June 4, 2021

“Among 376 adolescents hospitalized during January 1–March 31, 2021, who received a positive SARS-CoV-2 laboratory test result, 172 (45.7%) were analyzed separately because their primary reason for admission might not have been directly COVID-19–related (Table). Among the 204 patients who were likely admitted primarily for COVID-19–related illness, 52.5% were female, 31.4% were Hispanic or Latino (Hispanic), and 35.8% were non-Hispanic Black. Overall, 70.6% had one or more underlying medical conditions, the most common of which were obesity (35.8%), chronic lung disease, including asthma (30.9%), and neurologic disorders (14.2%); 31.4% of patients required ICU admission and 4.9% required invasive mechanical ventilation, but there were no associated deaths.”

“The findings in this report are subject to at least five limitations. First, the primary reason for hospital admission was not always clear, and some (45.7%) adolescents who met the COVID-NET case definition were hospitalized for reasons that might not have been primarily related to COVID-19, despite a positive SARS-CoV-2 laboratory test result; these hospitalizations were included in rate calculations. Thus, rates of hospitalizations for COVID-19 might be overestimated.”

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7023e1.htm?s_cid=mm7023e1_w

From above:

The most common underlying medical condition was obesity.

Why doesn’t CDC director Walensky urge adolescents and other segments to lose weight, to exercise and diet, instead of pushing an experimental vaccine?

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Evil Pfizer bastards test Covid vaccine on 2 to 6 month olds and 2 to 5 and 5 to 11 year olds, “to find out which vaccine dose is safest for younger kids”, Modern day Nazi Josef Mengeles

Evil Pfizer bastards test Covid vaccine on 2 to 6 month olds and 2 to 5 and 5 to 11 year olds, “to find out which vaccine dose is safest for younger kids”, Modern day Nazi Josef Mengeles

“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO

“Furthermore, when you get vaccinated you know that you are now subject to the risks of the vaccine,” he said. “If you don’t get vaccinated, you only have a chance of contracting Covid, and therefore a chance of assuming the risks of Covid—it’s not 100% certain you’ll get Covid just because you were not vaccinated.”…UCI Medical Ethics director

I see no difference in what Pfizer is doing experimenting with young children and what Nazi doctor Josef Mengele did with his experiments.

The vaccines clearly pose a greater threat than the risk of getting Covid-19.

The parents are clearly ill informed or incompetent.

From Fox 5 Atlanta.

“Three-year-old Astrid Pearson did not seem to be sweating her first shot appointment at the Emory Vaccine Research Center Wednesday.

She sat on an exam table surrounded by her toys.”

“Astrid, who is from Ormewood Park in East Atlanta, is in the 3-to 5-year-old volunteer group, one of about 4,600 children trial organizers hope to enroll in this study across the US.

This is a dosing trial, designed to find out which vaccine dose is safest for younger kids, and whether that dose can produce an effective immune response in children from the ages of 6 months to 11.

The children are divided into 3 groups, those ages 5 to 11, 2 to 5 and 2 to 6 months.

Her mom was a volunteer in another vaccine trial.

“At the end of the day, I feel confident in the process, to the point that I’m also willing to have my daughter participate in a trial,” Pearson says.

Pearson says she has heard the reports younger children typically don’t get very sick, if they get ill at all, with COVID-19 infections.

She knows some parents question whether vaccinating children is even necessary.

“We, actually, unfortunately, have a couple of friends whose child has gotten sick, and they’ve gotten quite sick,” Pearson says. “So, I would like to save my child that discomfort.””

Read more:

https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/atlanta-3-year-old-rolls-up-sleeve-to-test-covid-19-vaccine

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UCI Medical Ethics director: “risks of Covid vaccination outweigh potential benefits of the vaccine for college age students”,Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

UCI Medical Ethics director: “risks of Covid vaccination outweigh potential benefits of the vaccine for college age students”,Dr. Aaron Kheriaty

“it is universally known that children virtually never die from COVID-19 and given that children have a very strong immune system, they are more likely than adults to have an over-reaction to the shot.”…Dr. Steven Roth

“There is not yet enough evidence on the use of vaccines against COVID-19 in children to make recommendations for children to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Children and adolescents tend to have milder disease compared to adults. However, children should continue to have the recommended childhood vaccines.”…WHO

“Furthermore, when you get vaccinated you know that you are now subject to the risks of the vaccine,” he said. “If you don’t get vaccinated, you only have a chance of contracting Covid, and therefore a chance of assuming the risks of Covid—it’s not 100% certain you’ll get Covid just because you were not vaccinated.”…UCI Medical Ethics director

From The College Fix June 28, 2021.

For college-aged, vaccination risks likely outweigh COVID risks, says UCI medical ethics chief

For college-aged students, the potential for adverse reactions to the COVID vaccination appear to outweigh the risks of the virus itself for that age group, said Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, a professor of psychiatry and director of the Medical Ethics Program at the University of California, Irvine.

Asked by The College Fix whether potential side effects of the COVID-19 vaccination outweigh risks of possibly contracting the virus for college-aged students, he said “the answer is likely yes.”

“[A]t the very least, based on current evidence, it’s entirely plausible to assume the answer is yes: that risks of Covid vaccination outweigh potential benefits of the vaccine for college age students,” Kheriaty said via email on Wednesday.

“We don’t know with certainty what percentage of college-age students have side-effects, or serious adverse effects, from the vaccine because the current systems (e.g., VAERS) used to track adverse events are not sufficient to answer that scientific question,” Kheriaty said.”

“Underscoring that, the risks of hospitalization, death, or severe long-term effects for college-age students from COVID “are very, very small — almost zero, statistically speaking. So any risk from vaccination is likely going to outweigh risks from Covid in this population,” Kheriaty said.

“Furthermore, when you get vaccinated you know that you are now subject to the risks of the vaccine,” he said. “If you don’t get vaccinated, you only have a chance of contracting Covid, and therefore a chance of assuming the risks of Covid—it’s not 100% certain you’ll get Covid just because you were not vaccinated.”

In fact, he added, “you still may get Covid if you are vaccinated, thereby assuming both sets of risks: we’re seeing more breakthrough cases with vaccinated people and the Delta variant, for example.””

Read more:

https://www.thecollegefix.com/for-college-aged-vaccination-risks-likely-outweigh-covid-risks-says-uci-medical-ethics-chief/

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