The [DS]/[CB] are now moving to undo everything Trump has done over the 4 years. They want the Economy back to the way it was so they can move it into the great reset plan. There is only one problem, they elite are not in control. The [DS]/MSM have been trapped in the biggest sting operation the world has ever seen. The bribes, blackmail, treason and sedition is about to come out. The clock is now ticking down and Trump will strike when the time is right. What happens at the end of a sting operation, arrest. During a sting op, those involved believe they are getting away with the crime, until the very end when they find out that is all over.
We are in unprecedented times. Never before has there been such a time that has affected the entire world. We are all watching and participating in the battle of good and evil. The United States and the world is moving into uncharted territory as multiple legal challenges have been filed in response to the 2020 elections, with more challenges expected to come. But this is not about Biden or Trump, it is about us, what we stand for as individuals, as a nation and most importantly our spiritually.
We come from all walks of life, different cultures, beliefs and religions. One think we all have in common, we started as a miracle.
Scientist have discovered at the moment of conception, there is a literal flash of light. At death they have discovered some leaves our body based on this video.
In saying 50 in the Gospel of Thomas that was omitted from the Bible, Jesus said: If they say to you: Whence have you come?, say to them: We have come from the light, the place where the light came into being of itself. It [established itself], and it revealed itself in their image. If they say to you: Who are you?, say: We are his sons, and we are the elect of the living Father. If they ask you: What is the sign of your Father in you?, say to them: It is movement and rest.
Also in the Gospel of Thomas, saying 83, Jesus said: The images are revealed to man, and the light which is in them is hidden in the image of the light of the Father. He will reveal himself, and his image is hidden by his light.
We are the light, our true selves. Spiritual evolution is happening around the world and your spiritual path is unique to you. There is not one size fits all. There is wonder and frustration, unbelieving to accepting. We are realizing the world is not as it seems and the physical and metaphysical worlds are inseparable. What we thought was true no longer applies. You begin to realize how thoughts, emotions and actions not only create your reality but the world. Look how COVID19 has created fear and doubt around the world,and how it has divided us.
Humanity is not alone in the universe and our purpose is to learn how to balance love and wisdom. Love is the most powerful energy in the universe. The signs are all around , we just be mindful of the moment and know that God, Infinite Intelligence is with us, always. We are born into the world for a purpose. We are the light and the world needs us more than ever!
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Trump Says China ‘Biggest Winner’ of US National Defense Bill, Vows to Veto
House Votes to Override Trump’s Veto of 2021 Defense Policy Bill
The House voted late Monday to override President Donald Trump’s veto of a defense spending bill for 2021.
The override measure, passed by a 322-87 vote, is now headed to the Senate for consideration, where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has indicated that his chamber would vote on Tuesday to override Trump’s veto. The override would need a two-thirds majority to succeed.
“In the event that the president has vetoed the bill, and the House has voted to override the veto, the Senate would have the opportunity to process a veto override at that time,” McConnell previously said on Dec. 22.
The bill, the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), outlines the national security policy for the Department of Defense in 2021 and authorizes $740 billion in spending. It passed the House on Dec. 8 by a vote of 335–78, and later passed the Senate on Dec. 11 by a vote of 84–13.
Trump vetoed the bill on Dec. 23, saying that it fails to remove Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act, among other reasons. Section 230 provides blanket liability protections for social media and tech companies.
“Unfortunately, the Act fails to include critical national security measures, includes provisions that fail to respect our veterans and our military’s history, and contradicts efforts by my Administration to put America first in our national security and foreign policy actions,” the president said in a Dec. 23 statement. “It is a ‘gift’ to China and Russia.”
There’s no mention in the NDAA defense bill of Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act, he noted. Trump said the 1996 law “must be repealed,” as it facilitates “the spread of foreign disinformation online,” making it a “serious threat to our national security and election integrity.”
Both Republicans and Democrats have called for Section 230 to be repealed. Conservatives have said it enables social media companies such as Twitter and Facebook to make discretionary choices in censoring dissenting views, while some progressives have said the law fails to take “hate speech” posted on those platforms into account.
Trump, in his statement, noted that the NDAA doesn’t support his ability to “withdraw troops from Afghanistan, Germany, and South Korea.”
“Not only is this bad policy, but it is unconstitutional. Article II of the Constitution makes the President the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States and vests in him the executive power. Therefore, the decision regarding how many troops to deploy and where, including in Afghanistan, Germany, and South Korea, rests with him. The Congress may not arrogate this authority to itself directly or indirectly as purported spending restrictions.”
The House late on Monday also voted to increase COVID-19 relief direct payments from $600 to $2,000, a measure supported by the president.
Jack Phillips contributed to this report.
Protective-mask mandates aimed at combating the spread of the CCP virus that causes the disease COVID-19 appear to promote its spread, according to a report from RationalGround.com, a clearinghouse of COVID-19 data trends that’s run by a grassroots group of data analysts, computer scientists, and actuaries.
Researchers examined cases covering a 229-day period running from May 1 through Dec. 15 and compared the days in which state governments had imposed mask mandates and the days when they hadn’t.
In states with a mandate in effect, there were 9,605,256 confirmed COVID-19 cases, which works out to an average of 27 cases per 100,000 people per day. When states didn’t have a statewide order—including states that never had mandates, coupled with the period of time masking states didn’t have the mandate in place—there were 5,781,716 cases, averaging 17 cases per 100,000 people per day.
In other words, protective-mask mandates have a poor track record so far in fighting the coronavirus. States with mandates in place produced an average of 10 more reported infections per day than states without mandates.
“The reverse correlation between periods of masking and non-masking is remarkable,” RationalGround.com co-founder Justin Hart tweeted on Dec. 20.
The 15 states that went without a statewide mask mandate for the duration of the analysis were Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Wyoming, Daniel Horowitz notes in an explainer at Conservative Review.
The analysts allowed the mandate states a 14-day grace period from the time of implementation in order to begin counting cases against mask efficacy in order to arrive at accurate results.
Supporters of the protective-mask mandates might say that the mandates were often imposed once cases already spread quickly, so there’s a negative bias of increased cases in those areas (or times) that had mandates in place, but there was “no evidence of any reduction in cases or even better outcomes many weeks later,” Horowitz writes.
RationalGround.com researcher Ian Miller discovered that three counties in Florida—Manatee, Martin, and Nassau—that let their mandates expire, had fewer cases per capita than those counties that kept the mandate.
Miller tweeted sarcastically on Dec. 20 that it was “extremely confusing how this could happen, considering” the pro-mandate side’s claim that protective masks “are the single most important public health tool we have” and that masks “provide protection for the wearer, too.”
“The mask religion will have a number of inaccurate excuses ready to go, but of course, they’re obscuring and ignoring that this should not be possible, no matter what the mitigating circumstances, if masks were as effective or important as we were told,” Miller wrote.
Nor, according to Miller, has the protective-mask mandate worked in states such as California, where it was imposed long before the surge in cases began.
“The simple reality is that there is no legitimate data showing the mandates worked,” Horowitz concludes.
There are those who might question the findings, arguing that population density skews the results. The study looked at Florida using county data and found no correlation between mask mandates and fewer cases, even adjusting for population density, Horowitz notes.
While Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, was attacked vigorously by the mainstream media for refusing to impose a statewide protective-mask mandate, counties in the state that avoided mandates performed well in the study.
Of the state’s 67 counties, 22 imposed an executive mandate at some point during the period examined.
When counties did enforce a mandate, there were 667,239 cases, for an average of 23 cases per 100,000 people per day. When counties didn’t have a mandate, there were 438,687 cases, for an average of 22 cases per 100,000 people per day.
“When you isolate only the top 12 most populous counties in the state … eight of them had effective mask orders implemented at some point during the study period, and four never had a countywide order (Brevard, Lee, Polk, and Volusia),” Horowitz writes.
“When the eight did have an order in effect, there were 24 cases per 100,000 a day. On the other hand, during the days when mandates were not in place (which is never in four counties, and some weeks in seven of the other eight, except for Miami-Dade), there were 17 cases per 100,000 per day.”
There’s no evidence that protective-mask mandates are correlated with a reduced spread of the coronavirus, he states.
“If anything, the opposite is true,” Horowitz writes.
“And it sure as heck is not because of a lack of compliance.”
While the Democrats are still looking to keep everything closed down in the meantime, GOP members who are actually taking a closer look at new studies believe that this is not a sound course of action. A recent study from Johns Hopkins University showed that the United States death toll is not much different from recent years.
Additional studies have also surfaced that make similar claims. Of course, the original Johns Hopkins study was taken down as soon as the liberals caught wind of it. The university could not allow the study to stand for even a second. When the study was taken down, they passed the buck to the WHO and the CDC.
This does not make much sense when we already know that the information on hand is nonsense. The WHO and the CDC have been misleading people throughout the duration of the pandemic. Once everyone had the chance to learn about the WHO’s garbage data, they should have been willing to move on.nstead, there are still people out there who are willing to listen to whatever these organizations have to say. The CDC has yet to be fully forthcoming about their data, too. So why should anyone be ready to ignore additional data that has been provided by organizations that are not looking to advance a political agenda?
That’s where we get lost. We would think that Americans would be relieved to learn that the death toll is not as high as they would like to think that it is. This is not what people want, though. It’s like everyone has resigned themselves to living in fear until the vaccines have arrived. COVID-19 reporting has been based in this type of fear from the very beginning.
The Gateway Pundit has also conducted its own study on the matter, which aligns with the findings from the Johns Hopkins study. It is hard to reconcile the figures in the United States and around the world because so many places have their own standards for what constitutes a COVID-19 related death. That doesn’t stop the liberal media from trying to downplay the very real studies from Johns Hopkins and Gateway Pundit.
The only metric that can be trusted going forward is the overall death numbers. These are the only numbers that are unable to be corrupted by the liberal media types. The overall death toll in 2019 was 2.9 million. The overall death toll for 2020, as of November? 2.5 million. Even if you take the holiday death toll into account, it is going to be tough for the numbers to match.
The mainstream media and Big Pharma are not interested in discussing these numbers because they do not align with the narrative that they have chosen. United States medical professionals and the Chinese may want everyone to think that the world is coming to an end but that’s not the case. As it turns out, a lot of the worries about a significantly increased death toll were totally unfounded.
That’s what we have been trying to say all year but the message seems to have fallen on deaf ears. The liberals are currently doing everything in their power to cancel Christmas. The days of people being willing to study and report on the truth have come and gone. It’s all about bending the information to fit whatever narrative has already been established and little more. At the risk of sounding too much like an old episode of X-Files, the truth is still out there.
We just need brave patriots who are willing to find it and report on it, like the good old days. What happened to being ready to report on things, even when they do not align with your chosen worldview? 2020 has been a long year, especially from a reporting standpoint. Americans cannot trust anything that they are being told anymore and yet people have the nerve to wonder why ‘fake news’ claims are at an all-time high.
More lies by the media found at this link
We are in a new age battle of good versus evil. It is a propaganda and psychological war, the battle for your body, mind and spirit. They are trying to control your thoughts, emotions and actions through censorship. Mainstream and social media are attempting to control the narrative. Many members of Congress and Senate, both republicans and democrats as well as Governors and mayors are part of the attempt to steal the election. The odds may seems overwhelming, but the more of us that wake up and see the truth, more likely good will prevail. We are in a battle, not for the United States, but the world.
All the corruption is being exposed before our very eyes. You will not see it on Mainstream and social media because they are part of it.
Jesus said, “Recognize what is in your sight, and that which is hidden from you will become plain to you . For there is nothing hidden which will not become manifest.” Gospel of Thomas saying 5
On December 21, 2017, President Trump signed Executive Order 13818, Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption. That is just a prelude of the events to come.
The Covid Vaccine will be available to all those that want it. It will not be mandatory. Army Gen. Gustave Perna says trucks will roll out Sunday, December 13 as shipping companies UPS and FedEx begin delivering Pfizer’s vaccine to nearly 150 distribution centers across the states. An additional 450 sites will get the vaccine between Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr Coris provides his commentary on the latest Supreme court decision and what we can expect next .
The US Supreme Court rejected Texas vs. Pennsylvania et al. The Army of Darkness has declared victory, a declaration which is both hollow and premature. President Trump and his legal team have only begun to fight…the rejection was not made upon the merits of the case, but merely a technicality of standing. Trump’s legal team recalibrated within minutes, and additional suits are in process, some of which have already been added to the SCOTUS docket.
Jesus said, “Recognize what is in your sight, and that which is hidden from you will become plain to you . For there is nothing hidden which will not become manifest.” Gospel of Thomas saying 5
17 States Urge Supreme Court to Review Texas Bid Challenging Election Results in 4 States
Seventeen states are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to take up Texas’s request to challenge the 2020 election results in four battleground states.
The states, led by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, filed a friend-of-the-court brief on Dec. 9, underscoring that the case filed by Texas is of great public importance and requires the attention of the nation’s top court.
Texas on Dec. 7 filed a motion asking for permission to sue Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin in an attempt to protect the integrity of the 2020 election.
The Lone Star state alleges that the four key battleground states unconstitutionally changed election laws, treated voters unequally, and triggered significant voting irregularities by relaxing ballot integrity measures.
In the brief, the 17 states argue that the Texas lawsuit warrants review by the high court as it presents important constitutional issues under the Electors Clause. It also raises concerns about election integrity and public confidence in the handling of elections, they added.
The states said they have a strong interest in protecting the separation of powers in how elections are regulated. When election officials made changes to the rules governing elections, these non-legislative actors may have encroached on the power given to state legislatures by the Electors Clause in the U.S. Constitution, they assert.
Under the U.S. Constitution, the “times, places, and manner of holding elections” may only be prescribed by the state “legislature” and “Congress.”
“Encroachments on the authority of state Legislatures by other state actors violate the separation of powers and threaten individual liberty,” the states wrote (pdf).
Meanwhile, the changes made by the defendant states to mail-in voting rules during the COVID-19 pandemic, the 17 states argued, would have likely enhanced the risk of election fraud, since they strip away safeguards protecting against fraudulent behavior.
They added that the relaxation of safeguards for mail-in ballots create “needless vulnerability to actual fraud and undermined public confidence in the election.”
Some of these changes include removing signature verification, extending the deadline to receive mail-in ballots, and failing to implement consistent statewide standards for the handling of mail-in ballots, the Texas lawsuit alleges.
“These changes removed protections that responsible actors had recommended for decades to guard against fraud and abuse in voting by mail,” the states claim in their brief.
The states supporting the Texas suit, all of which have Republican attorneys general, are Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia.
Texas is hoping to obtain a declaration from the Supreme Court that the four states conducted the 2020 election in violation of the Constitution. It is also asking the court to prohibit the count of the Electoral College votes cast by the four states. For the defendant states that have already appointed electors, it asks the court to direct the state legislatures to appoint new electors, in line with the Constitution.
Meanwhile, the state is also seeking a preliminary injunction or a temporary restraining order to block the four states from taking action to certify their election results or to prevent the state’s presidential electors from taking any official action. The presidential electors are scheduled to meet on Dec. 14.
The court has ordered the defendant states to respond to Texas’s motions by 3 p.m. on Dec. 10.
Following the filing of the brief, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich later in the day filed a request to the top court for permission to file his own brief in support of Texas (pdf).
President Donald Trump’s campaign has also asked the court to allow it to join Texas in the case as a plaintiff. The president on Dec. 9 has described the case as “the big one,” adding that the “Country needs a victory.”
Ivan Pentchoukov contributed to this report.