Saturday, November 13, 2021
"Mike was adamant that people know what happened to him that caused his early and unexpected death. "
Comment via Scott on The Pentagon Sees Its First National Guard Unit Mutiny Over the Federal Vaccine Mandate":
Michael “Mike” Anthony Granata February 21, 1965 – November 1, 2021
Michael, a longtime resident of Gilroy, passed away on November 1, 2021. Never a kinder more gentle man did I know than my husband, Michael.
For those who knew Mike, you know that he was a good and honest man. He was kind, considerate, and always polite.
Mike was adamant that people know what happened to him that caused his early and unexpected death. Message from Mike: “Many nurses and non-nursing staff begged me and my wife to get the truth out to the public about the Covid-19 vaccines because the truth of deaths from the vaccine was being hidden within the medical profession. I promised I would get the message out. So, here is my message:
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The first state National Guard unit has made itself clear to the Department of Defense it has no intention of enforcing its Covid-19 vaccine mandate.
“The Oklahoma National Guard has rejected the Defense Department’s requirement for all service members to receive the coronavirus vaccine and will allow personnel to sidestep the policy with no repercussions, a potential blueprint for Republican governors who have challenged Biden administration mandates,” the Washington Post reported.
An English teacher in Montgomery County Public Schools — the largest school district in Maryland — told students to take a “white privilege test” before reading a book that addresses themes of racism and police brutality.
Ninth-grade English students at Sherwood High School were given pre-reading questions for the book “All American Boys” on Monday, Nov. 8, according to a file reviewed by the Daily Caller. The questions linked directly to a Vox article titled “what it means to be anti-racist” and a test called the “white privilege test.” The Vox article promoted the work of “anti-racist” scholar and author Ibram X. Kendi.
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‘The Police Don’t Actually Come’: SF Residents Witness Untold Horrors Living Next to Huge Homeless Encampment
Homelessness is not a new problem in San Francisco. But it is becoming more apparent as homeless encampments begin to creep into rich neighborhoods and real estate.
San Francisco and the Bay Area have the third-largest homeless population in the U.S., according to KRON-TV.
Despite millions of dollars being spent on housing costs and homeless relief, San Francisco’s problems have not improved. In its 2019-2020 budget proposal, the city allocated $364 million to homeless services, Curbed SF reported. Yet the homeless population just kept growing.
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The purpose of this short article is to objectively review the information that has been released over the past 10 months.
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