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Congressmen Take Secret Kabul Trip- Find U.S. Won’t Get Everyone Out On Time

The administration and Pelosi are angry about a secret trip to Kabul by two congressmen because they found the evacuation won’t be finished by Aug. 31

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Two Congressmen, a Democrat Seth Moulton (D-MA) and Republican Peter Meijer (R-MI) took a secret trip to the Kabul Airport to get an idea of what is really happening with the evacuation of Americans and the Afghans who helped us in the war effort. Their report was not positive. Congressmen’s secret Kabul trip

Each of the congressmen is a military veteran, and a member of the House Armed Services Committee kept their trip a secret didn’t tell the Congressional leadership, the administration, or the State Dept. people on the ground. The military on the ground didn’t find out until their plane was about to land. After taking a commercial flight to the UAE, They flew to Kabul on a military plane and stayed in Kabul for about seven hours. Per Rep. Moulton, they “insisted on leaving in a plane that was not full, in a seat designated for crew so that we didn’t take a seat from someone else.”

The two Reps asked the press not to report their mission until they left Afghanistan airspace. They wanted their trip to be seen as information gathering, not grandstanding.

After returning, the two Congressmen released this statement praising the Americans on the ground and explaining that according to the military people on the ground there is no way that the evacuation would be done by August 31:

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As veterans we care deeply about the situation on the ground at Hamid Karzai International Airport. America has a moral obligation to our citizens and loyal allies, and we must make sure that obligation is being kept. Like many veterans, we have spent the last few weeks working without sleep to try to get as many people as we could through the gates and to safety.

As Members of Congress, we have a duty to provide oversight on the executive branch. There is no place in the world right now where oversight matters more. We conducted this visit in secret, speaking about it only after our departure, to minimize the risk and disruption to the people on the ground, and because we were there to gather information, not to grandstand. We left on a plane with empty seats, seated in crew-only seats to ensure that nobody who needed a seat would lose one because of our presence.

Washington should be ashamed of the position we put our service members in, but they represent the best in America. These men and women have been run ragged and are still running strong. Their empathy and dedication to duty are truly inspiring. The acts of heroism and selflessness we witnessed at HKIA make America proud.

We came into this visit wanting, like most veterans, to push the president to extend the August 31st deadline. After talking with commanders on the ground and seeing the situation here, it is obvious that because we started the evacuation so late, that no matter what we do, we won’t get everyone out on time, even by September 11. Sadly and frustratingly, getting our people out depends on maintaining the current, bizarre relationship with the Taliban.

In the coming days, we will have more to share with our colleagues and the American people about what we learned, but after meeting with Marines, soldiers, and dedicated State Department officials on the ground—we want the world to know first and foremost that we have never been prouder to be Americans.

The reaction by the administration and Congressional leadership was not positive.

While the two were still on the flight home, Pelosi sent a memo to all members of the house to “reiterate that the Departments of Defense and State have requested that Members not travel to Afghanistan and the region during this time of danger. Ensuring the safe and timely evacuation of individuals at risk requires the full focus and attention of the US military and diplomatic teams on the ground in Afghanistan.”

Although it was a totally different situation, Pelosi knows what it’s like to take a trip that goes against what an Administration wants:

Pelosi Went To Syria in 2007 Despite White House And State Dept. Asking Her Not To Go

 

However, it seems the real reason for the anger over the trip was that the two congressmen told the truth the Biden administration is hiding. We will not get everyone out by August 31. For example unnamed (of course) administration official told the Washington Post:

“It’s as moronic as it is selfish, They’re taking seats away from Americans and at-risk Afghans — while putting our diplomats and service members at greater risk — so they can have a moment in front of the cameras.”

As they didn’t take seats away from Americans or at-risk Afghans and didn’t use the trip to have a moment before the cameras, this anonymous statement, like much of what we’ve heard about Afghanistan from President Biden and his team of Taliban grovelers, is not true.

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New Peer Reviewed Paper Blasts COVID Vaccinations for Children

A new peer reviewed article reveals major questions suggesting that vaccinating kids for COVID is simply not useful.

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A new peer reviewed article (meaning other scientists approved it) reveals major questions suggesting that vaccinating kids for COVID is simply not useful.

The article published in Toxicology Reports and written by Ronald N. Kostoff, is titled “Why are we vaccinating children against Covid-19?” According to Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA technology used in the Covid vaccines, the new article is an in-depth analysis of existing data from various government sources. But it isn’t just about kids, it covers the whole response to the pandemic.

This article was peer reviewed, meaning that other scientists read it, considered the evidence, and found the paper’s conclusions to be credible. This is no half-assed “study.” It is a comprehensive look at the evidence.

Rob Jenkins of Townhall.com summarizes:

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First, from the introduction, here’s what Kostoff, et al. have to say about the roll-out and possible impact of the vaccines: “Clinical trials for these inoculations were very short-term…had samples not representative of the total population, and for adolescents/children, had poor predictive power….Further, the clinical trials did not address changes in biomarkers that could serve as early warning indicators of elevated predisposition to serious diseases….[or] long-term effects that, if serious, would be borne by children/adolescents for potentially decades.”

About the “vaccines” themselves: “A vaccine is legally defined as any substance designed to be administered to a human being for the prevention of one or more diseases….A January 2000 patent application that defined vaccines as ‘compositions or mixtures that when introduced into the circulatory system of an animal will evoke a protective response to a pathogen’ was rejected by the U.S. Patent Office because ‘the immune response produced by a vaccine…must be protective….[It must be] a compound which prevents infection.’ In the remainder of this article, we use the term ‘inoculated’ rather than vaccinated, because the injected material in the present COVID-19 inoculations prevents neither viral infection nor transmission. Since its main function in practice appears to be symptom suppression, it is operationally a ‘treatment.’”

On the reported 600,000-plus Covid deaths: “Most deaths attributed to COVID-19 were elderly with high comorbidities….Attribution of death to one of many possible comorbidities or especially toxic exposures in combinations is highly arbitrary and can be viewed as a political decision more than a medical decision. For over 5% of these deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned on the death certificate. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 4.0 additional conditions or causes per death. These deaths with comorbidities could equally have been ascribed to any of the comorbidities. Thus, the actual number of COVID-19-based deaths in the USA may have been on the order of 35,000 or less, characteristic of a mild flu season.”

The authors conclude that there seems to be no reason to vaccinate kids for the virus.

“There appears to be modest benefit from the inoculations to the elderly population most at risk, no benefit to the younger population not at risk, and much potential for harm from the inoculations to both populations. It is unclear why this mass inoculation for all groups is being done, being allowed, and being promoted,” the authors wrote.

Like many conservatives have been pointing out for over a year, there is just no reason to vaccinate or mask children.

None.

And it’s child abuse to do so.

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A new peer reviewed article (meaning other scientists approved it) reveals major questions suggesting that vaccinating kids for COVID is simply not useful. The article published in Toxicology Reports and written by Ronald N. Kostoff, is titled “Why are we vaccinating children against Covid-19?” According to Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of the mRNA technology used in the Covid vaccines, the new article is an in-depth analysis of existing data from various government sources. But it isn’t just about kids, it covers the whole response to the pandemic. This article was peer reviewed, meaning that other scientists read it, considered the evidence, and found the paper’s conclusions to be credible. This is no half-assed “study.” It is a comprehensive look at the evidence. Rob Jenkins of Townhall.com summarizes: First, from the introduction, here’s what Kostoff, et al. have to say about the roll-out and possible impact of the vaccines: “Clinical trials for these inoculations were very short-term…had samples not representative of the total population, and for adolescents/children, had poor predictive power….Further, the clinical trials did not address changes in biomarkers that could serve as early warning indicators of elevated predisposition to serious diseases….[or] long-term effects that, if serious, would be borne by children/adolescents for potentially decades.” About the “vaccines” themselves: “A vaccine is legally defined as any substance designed to be administered to a human being for the prevention of one or more diseases….A January 2000 patent application that defined vaccines as ‘compositions or mixtures that when introduced into the circulatory system of an animal will evoke a protective response to a pathogen’ was rejected by the U.S. Patent Office because ‘the immune response produced by a vaccine…must be protective….[It must be] a compound which prevents infection.’ In the remainder of this article, we use the term ‘inoculated’ rather than vaccinated,…

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SEE IT: Amtrak Train Derails in Montana, Killing Several and Injuring Dozens

Investigators still don’t know what caused the derailment.

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In a cruel twist of irony, the end of Rail Safety Week was marred by tragedy in Montana on Saturday, as an Amtrak passenger train careened of the tracks in Montana, perplexing investigators.

The incident caused a vast majority of the 10-car train to derail, injuring dozens and killing at least three people.

Amtrak joined federal safety officials Sunday to investigate a Montana train derailment that left at least three people dead, seven people hospitalized and rural communities scrambling to provide food and shelter to the stunned survivors.

The westbound Empire Builder train with 141 passengers and 17 crew members derailed Saturday afternoon near Joplin, a town of less than 200 people a few miles from the Canadian border in Liberty County. The tragedy occurred as Amtrak was closing out its nationwide, annual Rail Safety Week.

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“The NTSB is launching a go-team to investigate Saturday’s derailment of Amtrak’s Empire Builder train,” the National Transportation Safety Board said on Twitter, adding that the team would be based in Great Falls, Montana.

Images of the carnage were soon trending on social media.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those involved.

In a cruel twist of irony, the end of Rail Safety Week was marred by tragedy in Montana on Saturday, as an Amtrak passenger train careened of the tracks in Montana, perplexing investigators. The incident caused a vast majority of the 10-car train to derail, injuring dozens and killing at least three people. Amtrak joined federal safety officials Sunday to investigate a Montana train derailment that left at least three people dead, seven people hospitalized and rural communities scrambling to provide food and shelter to the stunned survivors. The westbound Empire Builder train with 141 passengers and 17 crew members derailed Saturday afternoon near Joplin, a town of less than 200 people a few miles from the Canadian border in Liberty County. The tragedy occurred as Amtrak was closing out its nationwide, annual Rail Safety Week. “The NTSB is launching a go-team to investigate Saturday’s derailment of Amtrak’s Empire Builder train,” the National Transportation Safety Board said on Twitter, adding that the team would be based in Great Falls, Montana. Images of the carnage were soon trending on social media. https://twitter.com/newsbyjessica/status/1441904036437954563?s=20 https://twitter.com/AP/status/1441942622449192961?s=20 https://twitter.com/ThisIsMarietta/status/1441946955781869569?s=20 https://twitter.com/IntelPointAlert/status/1441941735026876418?s=20 Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those involved.

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