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Levin: Biden operating 'the most diabolical presidency and Democratic Party probably since slavery'

Democrats 'don't play within the boundaries of the Constitution,' 'Life, Liberty & Levin' host warns

President Biden is engineering the "most diabolical presidency and most diabolical Democratic Party, probably since slavery," former Reagan Justice Department chief of staff Mark Levin said Sunday on "Life, Liberty & Levin."
 
Hosting guests Stephen Moore and Stephen Miller, Levin called the sudden "Marxist" lurch of the federal government a "massive de-growth movement dress[ed] up as climate change and the Green New Deal." He added that congressional Democrats with Biden's blessing seek to permanently transform America from a capitalist model to one that is far to the left by ushering in "American Marxism" through massive legislative bills disguised as "infrastructure" and "voting rights."
 
Combined, he said, the Democrats seek to nullify the opposition Republican Party and control all levers of power in a way not seen in over 150 years.
"The economics of that, how that's going to impoverish so many Americans in the war on success, the destruction of the voting system to make it [so] only one party can ever win, blowing out the Republican state legislatures so they have no say on it," he said.
 
"This is probably the most diabolical presidency and diabolical Democrat Party, probably since slavery," Levin added, as most of the Southern states where slavery – and Jim Crow segregation following the Civil War – was commonplace were Democratic Party strongholds.
Levin went on to describe what he called the collective "thin reed" that separates 245 years of American liberty from tyranny – the two moderate Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin III of West Virginia.
 
"Every other single Democrat senator is marching right behind Chuck Schumer and the American Marxists," he warned. Schumer, the Senate Majority leader from New York, continues to seek passage of both the S.1 voting law overhaul dubbed the "For the People Act" and the $3.5 trillion "human infrastructure" bill that Levin warned is a disguised package of far-left "de-growth" policies. 
 
Levin said Americans must reach out to Manchin and Sinema to ask them to break with their party on these measures, adding that their roles as one of the few remaining congressional moderates are evidence America is "always one election away from tyranny."
 
"[Democrats] will ram through whatever they have to. They don't play within the boundaries of the Constitution. They play outside the boundaries," he said.
 
Levin stressed the Democrats' thin margin can be either broadened or erased in upcoming elections. In 2022, key Senate races include seats in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
 
Levin added that on the GOP side, it is troubling that many of the minority party's senators are not as concerned as he and others are about the purported legislative dangers he described.
 
On "Hannity" last week, Levin dubbed GOP senators who supported the Democrats' first infrastructure package this week the Bernie "Madoffs of the Republican Party"
 
Later on "Life, Liberty & Levin,", Miller, a former speechwriter and aide to President Donald Trump, added that Biden is "the vessel that American Marxists have been waiting for their entire lives to advance their radical program."
 
"What they are doing is they're putting it all into one bill," he said. "Everything you just listed off from the equity agenda to the destruction of voting rights to the climate agenda to, of course, the open borders agenda.
 
"And they reason that if we did this in five or six bills, we would get crushed by the sheer weight of the exercise… It's up to everyone watching this program, and it's up to all the American people to say to their senators, no, do not pass this bill. Do not destroy our country. Do not take away our treasured American way of life."
 
Miller added that one other Senate Democrat, Mark Kelly of Arizona, reportedly has reservations about the $3.5 trillion spending bill described by Levin. Miller noted that Kelly is up for reelection in 2022 and has not yet signaled a decision on how he will vote.
Kelly recently told Newsweek that "a lot of work remains" in rebuilding the U.S. economy, and that he is concerned about the price tag of the bill, and whether it will be properly paid for. His intrastate colleague Sinema added in the same report she will not support a $3.5 trillion price tag.

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University of Wisconsin-Madison removes massive rock from campus after 'racism' claims

A 1920s term to describe large, dark rocks included a racist slur

The University of Wisconsin removed a controversial boulder from its Madison campus Friday after the Black Student Union and other activists objected to its description nearly 100 years ago with a racial slur.

Chamberlin Rock, which rests atop Observatory Hill, is named after a 19th Century geologist and former university president, Thomas Crowder Chamberlin, whose work centered on glacial deposits, according to a bio on the university’s website.

But it was a reporter’s reference to the rock in a nearly century-old Wisconsin State Journal article that prompted the push for its removal.

Crews work to remove Chamberlin Rock from Observatory Hill on UW-Madison campus in Madison, Wis., Friday, Aug. 6, 2021. The University of Wisconsin is removing the 70-ton boulder from its Madison campus at the request of minority students who view the rock as a symbol of racism. Chamberlin Rock, on the top of Observatory Hill, is named after Thomas Crowder Chamberlin, a geologist and former university president.     (Kayla Wolf/Wisconsin State Journal via AP)

In October 1925, the university had the boulder excavated and placed prominently atop the hill to honor Chamberlin, who would die in Chicago three years later. The rock was a rare specimen believed to be more than 2 billion years old, and before it was installed on Observatory Hill, only about a foot and a half was visible above ground, according to the article. It was believed to have been carried by glaciers from Canada to Wisconsin.

In the 1920s, a slang term used to describe large dark rocks included the N-word, and it appears in coverage of the rock’s installation.

University researchers did not uncover other instances in print where the rock was referred to with this word, but they said the Ku Klux Klan was active on campus at the time of the rock’s dedication, according to an article in the same newspaper published earlier this week.

Juliana Bennett, a senior and a campus representative on the Madison City Council, said removing the rock signaled a small step toward a more inclusive school.

"This moment is about the students, past and present, that relentlessly advocated for the removal of this racist monument," she told the Associated Press. "Now is a moment for all of us BIPOC students to breathe a sigh of relief, to be proud of our endurance, and to begin healing."

University Chancellor Rebecca Blank approved Chamberlin Rock’s removal back in January, but the school also needed approval from the Wisconsin Historical Society because the boulder sat within just 15 feet of a Native American burial site.

Chamberlin will get a new plaque in a building already named after him, and the boulder will find a new home near Lake Kegonsa on other university-owned land.

Student groups had also demanded the removal of an Abraham Lincoln statue from campus – but university leaders rejected that request.

PS THIS IS THE DEMOCRAT WAY A CIVIL WAR SOON.

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Horowitz: Pro-vaccine German pathologist believes vaccine deaths are undercounted based on autopsy findings

Before the government rushes to approve the Pfizer shot, which in this case will likely lead to a de facto mandate, shouldn't we get a sense of how many people are dying or getting injured from this very novel "spike protein approach" to vaccination? How many people really trust that the government has properly investigated the extent of serious adverse events and that we are getting accurate numbers, given the harsh censorship? Failure to do so will actually weaken the faith in longstanding, important vaccines, which is why a pro-vaccine German pathologist is seeking to study the true death count.

The Deutsches Ärzteblatt, a weekly German-language medical magazine, reported this week that Peter Schirmacher, chief pathologist at the University of Heidelberg, found that toxicology reports indicate that 30%-40% of a sample of 40 people who died within two weeks of vaccination indeed died from the vaccine. Schirmacher embarked on this study because he strongly believes that deaths are being underreported. The following is an English translation (via Google translate) of the article:
 
The doctor now wants to get to the bottom of rare, serious side effects of vaccination — such as cerebral vein thrombosis or autoimmune diseases. The problem from his point of view: Vaccinated people usually do not die under clinical observation. "The doctor examining the corpse does not establish a context with the vaccination and certifies a natural death and the patient is buried," reports Schirmacher. "Or he certifies an unclear type of death and the public prosecutor sees no third-party fault and releases the corpse for burial."
Is Dr. Schirmacher suggesting that 40% of all people who died within two weeks necessarily died of the vaccine? No. Obviously, there is a need for further study, but the point is that given the already-unprecedented number of deaths and adverse events – plus the stigma and censorship behind reporting them — it is incumbent upon those forcing the vaccines on us to categorically rule out a higher incidence of death and injury.
 
As the article states, Schirmacher himself got the vaccine and is still even supportive of it but wants to make sure we can make an informed cost-benefit analysis according to each person's risk level.
 
Schirmacher insists on his opinion. "My colleagues are definitely wrong because they cannot assess this specific question competently," he responded. He does not want to spread panic and is by no means opposed to vaccinations, says the professor, who says he himself had himself vaccinated against corona. Vaccination is an essential part of the fight against the virus, he clarifies.
But you have to weigh up the medical reasons for vaccination individually. From his point of view, the "individual protection consideration" is overlaid by the idea of a rapid vaccination of society. The article goes on to suggest that the Federal Association of German Pathologists is urging a broader investigation.
 
The Federal Association of German Pathologists is also urging more autopsies of vaccinated people. This is the only way to exclude or prove connections between deaths and vaccinations, says Johannes Friemann, head of the autopsy working group in the association. However, from his point of view, too little autopsies are carried out to speak of an unreported number. "You don't know anything yet."
This is very important news not getting out to Americans. The government has no right to categorically make the determination that this vaccine is not only safe enough to use, but safe enough to mandate, without studying the short-term effects, much less the blackhole on long-term safety.
We are seeing a lot more smoke, which should engender further investigation to ensure there is no greater fire than what we already see. For example, the CDC admitted that there is a heightened risk of myocarditis among young people vaccinated, but downplayed the numbers. However, a brand-new analysis published in JAMA by researchers from the Providence health care system showed "vaccine adverse event underreporting" for both myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) and pericarditis (inflammation of the lining outside the heart).
 
They found by researching electronic medical records of all those vaccinated in 40 Providence health care system hospitals that there was roughly a 60% increase in myocarditis and pericarditis among those vaccinated than during the pre-vaccination period. They further found that "Myocarditis developed rapidly in younger patients, mostly after the second vaccination. Pericarditis affected older patients later, after either the first or second dose."
 
The mitigating factors within the study seemed to indicate that the limitations of their study would likely low-ball the incidence of vaccine-induced heart inflammation
We already have a study from the Norwegian Medicines Agency, which examined the first 100 nursing home patients to subsequently die after having gotten the Pfizer shots and found a causal link between the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine and death to be "likely" in 10 of the 100 cases, "possible" in 26 cases. Those are very high numbers. The onus is on the global governments to better study these questions with more transparency before shoving them on us.
 
We already know that the vaccine doesn't protect against illness and may only protect against critical illness for a short period of time. This is likely why Israel, which vaxxed the majority of its people several months before the U.S., is seeing the ICU and death rates of the vaccinated match or exceed the unvaccinated.
 
Short-term efficacy against critical illness is definitely some benefit, but it's a far cry from near 100% long-term protection against severe illness and 80%-90% efficacy against infection, as was advertised. Parlayed against the known and unknown risks of the vaccines, in addition to the fact that there are so many early and prophylactic treatments, provides us with a very different spread of cost-benefit analysis.
 
With Moderna now openly saying that immunity is waning and calling for a universal third shot, which will bring the same side effects to an entire population all over again – isn't it time that the burden of proof be placed on them?
 
If they believe their vaccine is truly safe and effective, then it's time to place the liability on anyone who mandates them — as we do with every other vaccine or drug. They can't have it both ways.
 

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Gallup: Biden's job approval sinks to 50%, the lowest so far during his presidency

President Biden's approval rating has declined to 50 percent, according to a Gallup poll.

 
This marks a new low as all prior approval numbers in Gallup polling during Biden's presidential tenure have ranged from 54 percent to 57 percent.
While 50 percent of those surveyed indicated that they approve of the way the president is handling his job, 45 percent disapproved and 5 percent lacked an opinion on the matter, according to Gallup.
 
The highest that Biden's disapproval level has ever previously reached is 42 percent.
 
Unsurprisingly, Biden's approval rating is quite high among Democrats at a whopping 90 percent, while it is much lower among Republicans at just 12 percent and somewhere in between among independents at 48 percent.
 
"His ratings among Democrats and independents are the lowest to date among those groups. The new poll marks the first time he has less-than majority approval among independents," according to Gallup.
 
"Results for this Gallup poll are based on telephone interviews conducted July 6-21, 2021, with a random sample of 1,007 adults, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia," the organization noted. "For results based on the total sample of national adults, the margin of sampling error is ±4 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. All reported margins of sampling error include computed design effects for weighting."
Gallup reported that during the second quarter of Biden's presidential tenure, which ran from April 20 through July 19, he averaged 53.3 percent job approval.
 
"Biden's second-quarter average compares favorably with those of presidents from the past three decades. It is significantly better than the second-quarter averages for Bill Clinton (44.0%) and Donald Trump (38.8%) and slightly lower than George W. Bush's 55.8% average. Barack Obama, at 62.0%, is the only other president during this period to have a significantly higher second-quarter average than Biden," according to Gallup.
 
PS  He will destroy America.  

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French police take down suspected cannibal after discovering teenager’s partially eaten head in a bucket

French police fatally shot a male suspect accused of cannibalism Monday morning following the grisly discovery of a decapitated and partially consumed head of a 13-year-old boy.

The suspect remains unidentified at the time of this reporting.
 
What are the details?
Authorities shot the 32-year-old suspect on Monday after arriving his Tarascon apartment following a call for what neighbors said appeared to be a dead body in a bag.
 
The child in question, which local authorities identify only as "Romain," reportedly had gone missing from a foster care home in Marseille, about 60 miles from the suspect's apartment. Authorities said the child had been on his way from his foster home to visit his mother, who was said to have lived on the same street as the suspect.
 
According to reports, authorities discovered a partially consumed head in a bucket near the suspect's apartment. Authorities discovered the body, reports added, in a bag with what appeared to be strips of flesh torn from the shoulder area.
Local authorities said the condition of the body sparked "suspicions of cannibalism."
 
The suspect reportedly fled as police approached his home, and began jumping from rooftop to rooftop in an effort to evade authorities. Police were ultimately able to catch up with the suspect and fatally shot him.
 
The mother, who remains unnamed at the time of this reporting, was reportedly heard screaming, "He killed my son! He killed my baby!" upon the horrific finding on her street.
 
What about the suspect?
Public prosecutor Laurent Gumbau said that the suspect, who reportedly had a psychiatric disorder and a history of mental illness, had past convictions for violent crimes.
 
Authorities added that the case is in preliminary stages of investigation, and stated that the dead suspect has not been formally identified as the teen's killer. Authorities also added that it is "impossible at the current time to confirm the hypothesis of anthropophagy" based on the current information available on the case.
 
Authorities continue to investigate the grisly murder.
 

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