Eric Florack on January 21st, 2022

BREAKING: The FBI told Judicial Watch in a response to a FOIA request that it has communications from Pfizer in an investigative file targeting Project Veritas. (In October 2021, Project Veritas, a nonprofit investigative journalism organization, published two viral stories about the Pfizer covid vaccine.)
“It is disturbing to see that Pfizer evidently has the Biden FBI at its beck and call to target journalists at Project Veritas,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “This development is especially concerning coming on the heels of the FBI’s outrageous Ashley Biden diary raid on the home of Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe.”
READ: http://jwatch.us/S1iFJy

#judicialwatch #projectveritas #jamesokeefe #biden #joebiden #fbi #pfizer #vaccine #vaccines #pfizervaccine #covid #FOIA

I’ve been telling you about this for some weeks now… and confirmation is now starting to come out. this time from The Spectator


Last week saw another batch of emails drop from Anthony Fauci, and another media blackout as to their contents. The strategy by the press in cases like this has been pretty straightforward: ignore the story, wait for right-leaning media or Republicans to pick it up, then frame any attacks on the subject as tainted by partisanship.

Last week, when confronted once again by Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, Fauci responded with more hyperbole and ad hominem. The media, meanwhile, framed the exchanges as “Rand Paul Attacks!” and “Anthony Fauci defends!”

They refused to look at the information in the emails that Paul was asking about, refused to ask questions about them, refused to even report on them. They are interested in the bloodsport, not the truth. The reason for that is simple: the truth is becoming very problematic for the man who once conflated himself with science itself. The only reporting done on the emails by the New York Times, for instance, was a video clip from the Associated Press regarding the exchange with Senator Paul.

What has not been covered with any sort of journalistic enthusiasm is the topic of the emails themselves, the most damning yet, which suggest that Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins, the former head of the NIH, purposefully downplayed the possibility of a lab leak in Wuhan, China, at the start of the pandemic because it might have damaged “international harmony” in the scientific community.
I want you to go and read the entire article, but I’d like you to particularly to pay attention to this:

The problem for the mainstream media now is that too much of a paper trail has been left by Collins, Fauci and others to simply push the narrative that Republicans are weaponizing Fauci’s emails.

The problem for Fauci and his media allies is that the truth is going to come out eventually, with or without their cooperation, transparency, and intellectual curiosity. There is no Donald Trump to suck the oxygen out of the news cycle anymore. At this point, it all looks like malpractice, both by the mainstream media in ignoring Anthony Fauci’s emails and by Fauci himself.
Truth be told, it’s looking far worse than simple malpractice.

A lot of questions in that area would be answered were we to look at an unredacted list of his investments. There’s a number of people that are making millions off of the fear and confusion that this guy spread.

But it’s even worse than that… The truth of the matter is it’s looking increasingly like my original call on this was absolutely correct, then it was Anthony fauci who authorized the illegal gain of function research, causing the death of millions of people, to say nothing of the suffering by even those who survived.

At the very least of Justice is to be served here we’re talking about a couple of million counts of involuntary manslaughter against these people.

Eric Florack on January 19th, 2022

I’ve been saying for quite a while now that it’s time for the FBI to be ended. Here’s yet another reason among many…

That’s a rather potent question, what else have they been lying about. They’ve been something of a Target Rich environment lately

Eric Florack on January 17th, 2022
Eric Florack on January 16th, 2022
Glenn Youngkin, Virginia’s first Republican Governor in more than a decade, wasted no time addressing his campaign pledges, signing nine executive orders and two executive directives. Within hours of being sworn in, Youngkin:

1. Banned the use of CRT and other inherently divisive concepts in schools;
2. Ended school mask mandates;
3. Terminated the entire Parole Board of the Commonwealth of Virginia (all were Democratic appointees);
4. Initiated an investigation into Loudoun County;
5. Established the position of Chief Transformation Officer to review all government agencies, beginning with the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Virginia Employment Commission;
6. Declared Virginia open for business and initiated a review of burdensome Covid regulations;
7. Established a commission prevent human trafficking and provide support to survivors;
8. Established a commission to combat antisemitism;
9. Withdrew from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI);
10. Directed all Executive Branch entities to reduce job-killing regulations by at least 25 percent;
11. Rescinded the vaccine mandate for all state employees.

If I were him I’d be starting to do something about the department of transportation in Virginia.

That said, I appreciate this guy’s approach. As far as I’m concerned the biggest mistake Trump made was not draining the swamp fast enough. This guy got to it right away.

Eric Florack on January 16th, 2022
You know I can’t imagine why the mainstream media isn’t covering this one.

A Wisconsin county judge on Thursday ruled absentee ballot drop boxes used in the 2020 presidential election are unlawful in Wisconsin.

Waukesha County Judge Michael Bohren ordered the Wisconsin Elections Commission to resend its guidelines on how election officials utilize widespread drop boxes. The ruling will likely be appealed.

The judge’s ruling reportedly specified the so-called “bipartisan” commission should not have unilaterally issued the drop box guidance to local election officials without proceeding through the traditional rulemaking process.

The Constitution states clearly that the state legislatures are supposed to be making those kind of decisions.

And of course the Democrats will bypass the Constitution when it suits them. They left this majority decided to bypass the Constitution under the guise of getting around problems caused by the government’s reaction to covid. As I’ve been telling you all along.

Now of course, we’re being told the election is over and there’s nothing we can do about it.

Wrong.

The election is negated by any legal standard that anyone can point to. It’s time to be moving in that direction

Eric Florack on January 16th, 2022

I would be interested in seeing these show up in other cities as well.

Eric Florack on January 15th, 2022
The old Bob Dylan tune says it well. When it comes to the Democrats, there’s a hard rain going to fall. Admittedly, I doubt that Dylan would like the idea of his words being used in this context but it’s the best description I can think of.

I’m pretty sure that at this point the inflation rate is running higher than the approval rating for Democrats. The Democrats know very well but they are approximately as popular as used toilet paper these days.

They also know equally well that there is no amount of salesmanship, no flurry of BS, no promises that can be made that the American people are going to buy anymore.

In witness to this, the New York Times recently did a focus group. To say the least, the denizens at the little paragraph factory in Queens were surprised by what they were told …even by Democrat voters. Listen closely to what this guy has to say:

So how do the Democrats respond?

There’s every indication that they’re going to be responding with legal maneuvering in their desperate attempt to hang on to power. In other words, using legal maneuvering in a desperate attempt to stave off the Democrat party’s extinction. I’ve been warning you it’s been coming, and they know it too… which is why they’re resorting to this.

As I said in the article originally posted a few weeks ago…

Zippy here is actually admitting to two things. The first being what everyone already knows, the Democrats are going to lose big in the next couple of elections at least. In fact as I’ve been saying all along this should be an extinction level event for the Democrats.

But the second thing being admitted to here is why the Democrats have been playing this insurrection card for so long even after it’s been proven many times over that they’ve been playing a busted flush all along.

You see the problem is that such a lawsuit would demand a full investigation of who was involved. I’ve said all along that January 6th was a false flag event, arranged by the Democrats. Any such investigation would surely reveal that.

Which, in turn, is precisely why Nancy Pelosi is so tightly controlling this sham “investigation” of hers. She wants to prevent that eventuality because if it isn’t prevented the whole thing will blow up in their face, thus ensuring the total destruction of the Democrat party.

Frankly, given what we know from study done by the times as mentioned above, one really must wonder if that can be prevented at all. I tend to doubt it.

Absent vote fraud, of course… Which is also one serious investigation that the Democrats would rather we not focus on.

And yesterday along comes an article from Spiked, in the UK

In December 2019 there was an outbreak in China of a novel bat-borne SARS-like coronavirus a few miles from the world’s leading laboratory for collecting, studying and manipulating novel bat-borne SARS-like coronaviruses. We were assured by leading scientists in China, the US and the UK that this really was a coincidence, even when the nine closest relatives of the new virus turned up in the freezer of the laboratory in question, at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Now we know what those leading scientists really thought. Emails exchanged between them after a conference call on 1 February 2020, and only now forced into the public domain by Republicans in the US Congress, show that they not only thought the virus might have leaked from a lab, but they also went much further in private. They thought the genome sequence of the new virus showed a strong likelihood of having been deliberately manipulated or accidentally mutated in the lab. Yet later they drafted an article for a scientific journal arguing that the suggestion not just of a manipulated virus, but even of an accidental spill, could be confidently dismissed and was a crackpot conspiracy theory.

Jeremy Farrar – who organised the call on 1 February with Patrick Vallance, Francis Collins, Anthony Fauci and a Who’s Who of virology – had already spilled a few of the beans in his book, Spike, published last year. He wrote that at the start of February 2020 he thought there was a 50 per cent chance the virus was engineered, while Kristian Andersen of the Scripps Research Institute was at 60-70 per cent and Eddie Holmes of Sydney University put it at 80 per cent. But some time after the call they all changed their mind. Why? They have never troubled us with an answer.

Now, however, we have an email from Farrar, sent on Sunday 2 February to Francis Collins, head of the National Institutes of Health, and Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. It recounts the overnight thoughts of two other virologists Farrar had consulted, Robert Garry of Tulane University and Michael Farzan of the Scripps Research Institute, as well as Farrar’s own thoughts. Even after the call, their concern centred on a feature of the SARS-CoV-2 genome that had never been seen in any other SARS-like coronavirus before: the insertion (compared with the closest related virus in bats) of a 12-letter genetic sequence that creates a thing called a furin cleavage site, which makes the virus much more infectious.

In other words ladies and gentlemen what is happening here is they knew from the outset… There was gain of function research going on here that was at least incidental if not Central to the research they were authorized to be doing in Wuhan.

Meanwhile, the article goes on:

The emails unveiled this week reveal no good scientific reason at all for why these leading virologists changed their minds and became deniers rather than believers in even the remote possibility of a lab leak, all in just a few days in February 2020. No new data, no new arguments. But they do very clearly reveal a blatant political reason for the volte-face. Speculating about a lab leak, said Ron Fouchier, a Dutch researcher, might ‘do unnecessary harm to science in general and science in China in particular’. Francis Collins was pithier, worrying about ‘doing great potential harm to science and international harmony’. Contradicting Donald Trump, protecting science’s reputation at all costs and keeping in with those who dole out large grants are pretty strong incentives to change one’s mind.

I would advise going to read the article in total. But keep in mind that the one thing that doesn’t seem to be mentioned very much if at all is Anthony Fauci stating flatly in his interview on CNN that there was about to be a pandemic. Remember that that public prediction came two days after Donald Trump won the election. Suspicious timing, at least.

Indeed, it’s the timing of this thing that is among its largest features. The principle of Qui Bono… Who benefits… Is one of the first things that any criminal investigator looks at, and the timing is a leading indicator here.

Clearly, China is the largest benefactor of such a release into the wild of this manufactured virus, at least in the short term. The removal of a president who has openly advocated disconnecting the US economy from China while crippling world economy? You can see where that would be very tempting to the Chinese leadership, as well as to their puppets in the us, and I think I would be correct in naming the Democrat party as one such group. That connection is the easiest explanation for the reaction of the Democrats here in the states, particularly, their initial reaction.

While it’s true that there are many dying from the virus in China with entire cities locked down, what is that in terms of human life compared to the cultural revolution for example? Remember that the current leadership in China has more than a slight Maoist tilt. I wouldn’t put such a maneuver past them.

The scientists involved meanwhile, clearly were about saving their reputations and quite possibly keeping themselves out of a permanent residence at the vertical bar hotel. They would do so, regardless of the degree of their own involvement.

But watching Anthony Fauci in front of Congress speaking with Rand Paul tells me that he knew precisely what was going on. I said yesterday that Fauci’s reactions to questions from Paul and for that matter, everybody else bears remarkable resemblance to the vehement denials that we saw at Nuremberg. Nobody issues loud denials like that without positioning themselves however inadvertently as more suspect.

And the emails that are revealed in this article convince me of what my instinct told me listening to Anthony Fauci speak in front of Congress.

Fauci knew. He’s always known, his continued and overly vehement denials not withstanding.

Anthony Fauci signed off on funding a project that was doing gain of function research… by his own definition…(interesting how that definition changed as soon as this stuff hit the fan…)

That research succeeded in handing the Communist Chinese a biological weapon they wouldn’t have otherwise had, and the beauty for the Communist Chinese is, they got the United States taxpayer to foot the bill.

In the process of that act, either Anthony Fauci was criminally incompetent or complicit. Based on the evidence in front of us, there’s no other conclusion to draw.

The other shoe just dropped, as I have always said it would:

Project Veritas has reportedly verified a rejection letter, not previously made public, from a government agency refusing to offer funding to EcoHealth Alliance for failing to assess the potential risks of gain-of-function research in the studies they sought to perform at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

EcoHealth was the recipient of millions of dollars in taxpayer-funded grant money from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), to perform research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology studying how coronaviruses move from bats to humans.

. Now, remember what I said a few weeks ago:

If we’re honest about this thing, any disease created in a lab, particularly one that has the demonstrated capability of killing millions of people can easily be considered a biological weapon and by any reasonable standard, unquestionably should be considered as such.

Now, let’s go a step further and consider that this virus was created in a laboratory in Wuhan China and largely paid for with American tax dollars.

Oh, there’s no question that the lab coats in this country particularly Anthony Fauci told us that wasn’t true, and quickly labeled those who expressed that view to be conspiracy theorists and nothing more. But as we are learning more and more, that’s exactly what happened. All of the conspiracy theories have turned out to be true.

They told us that they weren’t doing gain of function research, because that would be illegal, immoral,unethical, and so on. But once again we have found out over time that’s precisely what’s been happening.

Fauci and company have stated that the “gain of function” research was not specifically authorized. And yet, here we are.

And who was it who decided that it would be worthwhile to trust the Chinese on these matters? Who was it who signed off on this?

This revelation will of course spark another round of watching Anthony Fauci trying unsuccessfully to play the victim. At this point there’s no doubt in my mind that he knows very well that justice, actual justice, would have him up on a couple of million counts of involuntary manslaughter, at the very least.

Those of you who have watched the film Judgment at Nuremberg will have seen the kind of reaction that fauci is giving us every time his butt gets held up before Congress. The similarity in reaction is remarkable.

Eric Florack on January 11th, 2022
….and then we have Crowder:

Fauci then implied by questioning Fauci, Rand Paul was showing how little he cared about the over 800,000 people who have died of COVID. The same COVID for which Sen. Paul is trying to investigate the origins. Rand was not amused:

“Do you think anyone has had more influence to our response to this than you have? Do you think it’s a great success what has happened so far? Do you think lockdowns were good for our kids? Do you think we slowed down the death rate? More people have died now under President Biden than under President Trump. You were the one responsible. You are the lead architect of the response from the government. 800,000 people have died. Do you think it’s winning succeeds what you had advocated from the government?”

Fauci didn’t have a good answer. Though, he did blame Senator Paul’s criticisms for death threats.

Well of course you would expect him to play the victim.

Thing is, it is not just a matter of Anthony Fauci being the architect of a failed response though he certainly is that.

He is also the architect of the reason why the response was necessary in the first place, and that is by far more important.

If we were to take the situation seriously, Anthony Fauci and probably a number of other people, would be up on a couple of million counts of involuntary manslaughter to say nothing of the civil suits.

And it’s about time that started happening.

Eric Florack on January 6th, 2022
Says JPod:

What Alvin Bragg has done here must be seen in conjunction with the “Defund the police” and “decarceration” activists who have dominated the Democratic Party’s discourse on criminal justice for the past two years.

Bragg’s memo is the most radical manifestation of the “progressive prosecutor” movement — the systematic effort on the left to elect activists for social justice rather than defenders of the right of ordinary citizens to live unmolested by crime.

Well, it’s been going on for a lot longer than 2 years, first of all. How long have we heard the cry, “drug addiction is a disease not a crime?”how many times have we heard something which had before been considered a serious crime, suddenly be demoted in stature to a social problem?

John points out on correctly that this is all part of the defund the police movement as well.

It’s the same concept driving these things, people. The difference is it’s being amplified by district attorneys who have been handpicked by George Soros. And certainly, Alvin Bragg is one of these.

Understand, what he shows us in that document, and even in his pronouncements outside of that document, is not a case of liberalism being imposed imperfectly, it is a case of liberalism being imposed perfectly. Without any dilution. The American people are now getting a picture of the logical endgame of what liberals have been playing up for generations now.

And the backlash is just beginning.

The backlash against the worldwide left continues to grow, this time in Canada:

“People want to know why, for example, non-binary Filipinos concerned about a lack of LGBT terms in Tagalog is an editorial priority for the CBC, when local issues of broad concern go unreported,” she wrote. “Or why our pop culture radio show’s coverage of the Dave Chappelle Netflix special failed to include any of the legions of fans, or comics, that did not find it offensive. Or why, exactly, taxpayers should be funding articles that scold Canadians for using words such as ‘brainstorm’ and “lame.’ “

Course now, they got to this point a lot faster than we did because government is funding their news sources up there. Given that the Democrats have now been pushing to taxpayer fund the mainstream media here in the states, what could possibly go wrong?

I’ve been telling you all along that this was going to happen. It can’t help but happen so long as there is at least a few honest people left in the system

Geogia authorities have launched an investigation into an allegation of systematic ballot harvesting during the state’s 2020 general election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff and may soon issue subpoenas to secure evidence, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger confirmed to Just the News

I will say this again: the election was stolen.

There’s no getting around this one.

Eric Florack on January 4th, 2022
It’s interesting that the New York Times should come up with this one.

SEOUL — They have shown up whenever women rallied against sexual violence and gender biases in South Korea. Dozens of young men, mostly dressed in black, taunted the protesters, squealing and chanting, “Thud! Thud!” to imitate the noise they said the “ugly feminist pigs” made when they walked.

“Out with man haters!” they shouted. “Feminism is a mental illness!”

On the streets, such rallies would be easy to dismiss as the extreme rhetoric of a fringe group. But the anti-feminist sentiments are being amplified online, finding a vast audience that is increasingly imposing its agenda on South Korean society and politics.

Well, maybe, it’s not so shocking after all… And it’s obvious, that they don’t approve. Glenn Reynolds mentions the article over at instapundit, and I think he’s got this one right:

Perhaps they’ve looked at the contemporary United States and drawn their own conclusions about what feminism leads to. This would appear to be part of the global backlash — especially outside the Anglosphere — against contemporary campus-left politics. See also the French government’s anti-woke crusade.

Indeed so.

People around the world, not just the US and France are watching what’s going on here in America, particularly these last couple years and recognizing the destruction caused by turning our backs on our own cultures. As Victor Davis Hansen puts it, we are committing cultural suicide.

I submit to you that the New York Times has been very close to the top of the pile of those approving of such cultural suicide. All in the name of “equality”, and “fairness”, of course. And, obviously, they feel they are the ones to judge what is and is not equal and fair.

People seeing this have begun to respond appropriately.