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Sharyl Attkisson
Sunday April 11, 2021 @ 06:04:45 AM mt

Texas says no to vaccine passports




Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently signed an executive order banning "vaccine passports". The executive order bars state agencies and places that receive public funds from requiring proof of vaccination against Covid-19 as a condition of receiving goods or services. [A]s I have said all along, these vaccines are always voluntary and never forced. Government should []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Sunday April 11, 2021 @ 06:04:41 AM mt

READ Public trust in CDC declines across all demographics




Public trust in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) declined from May 2020 to October 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic. That's according to a recent Rand study. Rand asked Americans about their level of trust in the CDC, the United States Postal Service (USPS) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in May 2020 and []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Sunday April 11, 2021 @ 06:04:38 AM mt

The Age Discrimination Case Against IBM PODCAST




IBM faces a massive group of age discrimination claims. The company says it never made hiring or firing decisions based on age. We take a deep dive look at both sides, and how hard it is to prove age discrimination when it does occur.
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Sharyl Attkisson
Sunday April 11, 2021 @ 06:04:35 AM mt

READ Similar fundraising fraud but different punishments




Nigerian Clinton foundation donor gets deferred prosecution deal while Trump inauguration donor gets 12 years in prison in cases that have eerily similar facts but entirely different punishments. That's according to a report at JustTheNews.com. The U.S. Justice Department recently settled two major fundraising prosecutions involving illegally injecting foreign money into the American election process. []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Sunday April 11, 2021 @ 06:04:31 AM mt

Young blood research underway to turn back time in old people




Scientists are researching the controversial possibility that blood products from young people might be used by older people to reverse the aging process. That's according to Newsweek. What was once considered fanciful fiction, fodder for horror stories, or the stuff of conspiracy theorists, is now a part of modern science, says the report. An emerging []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Saturday April 10, 2021 @ 12:37:18 AM mt

Ashli Babbitt's death at U.S. Capitol riots: Homicide




The Washington D.C. medical examiner recently released the cause of death for four of five people who died the day of the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol following a pro-Trump rally. The death of Ashli Babbitt, an unarmed rioter who was shot as she tried to climb through a broken window, has been []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Saturday April 10, 2021 @ 12:37:15 AM mt

POLL: Most say the March 2020 COVID lockdown did not work




The March 2020 COVID lockdown obviously did not work, says 79% of the people who responded to the latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com. Fifteen percent (15%) of the over 2000 people who responded said there is no way to know whether lockdowns worked or not. The remaining 5% said the lockdowns definitely worked, or worked []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Saturday April 10, 2021 @ 12:37:11 AM mt

As police forces are defunded U.S. cities are growing deadlier




For the first time since the mid-1990's, it is estimated there were over 20,000 criminal homicides in the U.S. 2020. That's according to an opinion article in The Hill. Metropolitan and urban areas reportedly experienced the sharpest homicide spikes in 2020. New York City experienced a 45% increase in homicides and a 97% increase in []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Saturday April 10, 2021 @ 12:37:08 AM mt

Texas election fraud prosecutions at all-time high




The number of active election fraud cases in Texas is at an "all-time high." That's according to Jonathan White, Chief of the election fraud division at the Texas Attorney General's office, quoted in The Texan. White was giving his perspective in front of a Texas House Elections Committeewhile legislators consider a new law to strengthen []
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Sharyl Attkisson
Thursday April 08, 2021 @ 09:40:55 AM mt

WATCH: The flip side of illegal immigrants seeking asylum -- criminals trying to avoid capture




Continuing our coverage of the border crisis: Much attention is understandably focused on the flood of illegal border crossers turning themselves in, in south Texas. But theres a flip side, as we learned on our recent trip to the border: a corresponding increase in those trying to avoid capture, usually because theyre involved in criminal []
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