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Teacher instructs students to pledge allegiance to gay pride flag after she removed American flag from classroom because it made her 'uncomfortable'

A California teacher instructed her students to pledge allegiance to a gay pride flag after she removed the American flag from her classroom because it made her uncomfortable, according to a report. The school district has allegedly launched an investigation into the incident.

The alleged teacher was exposed by the massively popular "Libs of TikTok" account on Twitter, which has over 176,000 followers. The page shared an apparent TikTok video of the teacher explaining how she handles the morning announcements in her school, which includes the Pledge of Allegiance.
"I always tell my class, 'Stand if you feel like it, don't stand if you feel like it, say the words if you want, you don't have to say the words,'" the teacher said in the video, which has over 1 million views. "So, my class decided to stand but not say the words. Totally fine."
 
"Except for the fact that my room does not have a flag," she noted.
 
The teacher explained in the video that she removed the American flag from her classroom during the pandemic "because it made me uncomfortable."
 
"I packed it away and I don't know where, and I haven't found it yet," she said while giggling.
 
One of her students asked what he should look at while they recite the Pledge of Allegiance since there is no American flag in the classroom.
 
While attempting to hold back laughter, she exclaimed, "In the meantime, I tell this kid, 'We do have a flag in the class that you can pledge your allegiance to.' And he like, looks around and goes, 'Oh, that one?'" She then pointed to the gay pride flag.
Fox News has identified the teacher in the viral video as Kristin Pitzen, who reportedly teaches in the Newport Mesa School District in Orange County, California.
 
The Newport Mesa School District told Fox News that the situation is being investigated.
 
"We are aware of this incident and are investigating," a public relations officer for the district, Annette Franco, told the outlet. "While we do not discuss employee related matters, we can tell you that showing respect and honor for our nation's flag is a value that we instill in our students and an expectation of our employees. We take matters like this seriously and will be taking action to address it."
 
In another video, Pitzen is seen celebrating the start of gay pride month. Dressed in rainbow suspenders and rainbow earrings, the teacher shows off all of the pride flags she decorated the classroom with, including the transgender pride flag and the "progress pride flag" that places a "greater emphasis on 'inclusion and progression,' especially for "marginalized LGBTQ+ communities of color" and transgender people.
 
"I pledge allegiance to the queers," Pitzen said in the video.
The TikTok account shown in the videos is mrsgillingsworth, which appears to have been deleted from the social media platform. When the account was active, the profile description stated: "Your Favorite English Teacher." The profile also read: "She/They" and "Bi."
 
In my Opion 
 
These homo went to destroy our childen's and our country.
People need to fight back   GAYS DO NOT RUM AMERICA OR OUR CHILDERN'S

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OnlyFans reverses porn ban, will allow sexually explicit content

OnlyFans says it no longer plans to ban porn in an abrupt flip-flop that comes after a backlash from sex workers who use the popular platform to sell sexually explicit photos and videos.We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1 policy change,” the company said on Twitter. “OnlyFans stands for inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all creators.”

The company did not immediately respond to a request to explain the decision. 
The news comes less than one week after OnlyFans said it planned to ban all sexually explicit content starting Oct. 1 while still allowing some nudity.
The announcement led to widespread outcry from the hundreds of thousands of creators who sell explicit photos and videos on the platform.
OnlyFans’ flip-flop comes less than a week after announcing a ban on all sexually explicit content starting October 1.
“I’m beyond disappointed in OnlyFans’ decision — angry and betrayed would be a more accurate description,” OnlyFans creator Courtney Tillia told The Post over the weekend.
OnlyFans has not yet explained the reason for flip-flopping on its decision.
OnlyFans’ announcement of the ban led to outcry from the sex workers who sell explicit photos and videos on the platform.
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OnlyFans founder and CEO Tim Stokely then doubled down on the decision Tuesday, saying the company “had no choice” because big banks like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of New York Mellon discriminated against the company. 
Meanwhile, on a Reddit forum for OnlyFans creators, some sex workers who used the platform were baffled by the quick reversal just a day later. 
“Im so confused and even more stressed than before now,” wrote one user. 
“Yeah, they can still go f–k themselves,” said another. “I’m completely switching to Fansly as soon as possible.” 
Following the decision to ban sexually explicit content, OnlyFans CEO Tim Stokely said the company “had no choice” because of discrimination from banks.
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Fansly is an OnlyFans alternative that saw increased interest from OnlyFans creators after the company initially announced its porn ban. 
OnlyFans says it no longer plans to ban porn in an abrupt flip-flop that comes after a backlash from sex workers who use the popular platform to sell sexually explicit photos and videos. 
“We have secured assurances necessary to support our diverse creator community and have suspended the planned October 1 policy change,” the company said on Twitter. “OnlyFans stands for inclusion and we will continue to provide a home for all creators.”
The company did not immediately respond to a request to explain the decision. 
The news comes less than one week after OnlyFans said it planned to ban all sexually explicit content starting Oct. 1 while still allowing some nudity.
The announcement led to widespread outcry from the hundreds of thousands of creators who sell explicit photos and videos on the platform. 
OnlyFans’ flip-flop comes less than a week after announcing a ban on all sexually explicit content starting October 1.
“I’m beyond disappointed in OnlyFans’ decision — angry and betrayed would be a more accurate description,” OnlyFans creator Courtney Tillia told The Post over the weekend.
OnlyFans has not yet explained the reason for flip-flopping on its decision.
OnlyFans’ announcement of the ban led to outcry from the sex workers who sell explicit photos and videos on the platform.
Roger Kisby
OnlyFans founder and CEO Tim Stokely then doubled down on the decision Tuesday, saying the company “had no choice” because big banks like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of New York Mellon discriminated against the company.  
Meanwhile, on a Reddit forum for OnlyFans creators, some sex workers who used the platform were baffled by the quick reversal just a day later.  
“Im so confused and even more stressed than before now,” wrote one user. 
“Yeah, they can still go f–k themselves,” said another. “I’m completely switching to Fansly as soon as possible.” 
Following the decision to ban sexually explicit content, OnlyFans CEO Tim Stokely said the company “had no choice” because of discrimination from banks. 
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Fansly is an OnlyFans alternative that saw increased interest from OnlyFans creators after the company initially announced its porn ban.  
P S   This is what America has come to SEX drugs AND HIV.  Money is  powerful.  The fall of AMERICA.  I guess we bring our kids to sell their body.  (wherethenewsis com)

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Horowitz: The FDA’s indefensible approval of the Pfizer shot OP-ED DANIEL HOROWITZ August 23, 2021

Jesse Jackson and his wife are the latest victims of our government's refusal to focus on early treatment. After having been fully vaccinated, they are the latest high-profile people to be hospitalized with the virus.

 
Based on the government's own narrative, there is now nowhere for the lockdown/mask/shot cartel to run or hide from their failure nor their continued denial of the efficacy of prior natural immunity and early treatment for those without prior infection. Even for those vaccinated, the safest and most effective way forward is to test for prior immunity and treat pre-emptively or early those who have not yet been infected. Anything else will result in a growing death toll, endless life-altering side effects from the vaccine, an erosion of human rights, and the crushing of our economy and way of life.
The narrative of "the pandemic of the unvaccinated" collapsed quickly. As I predicted, not only did the data show the vaccine barely worked to stop infection, but the protection against critical illness wanes over time and might even induce a form of antibody-mediated viral enhancement, which continuously makes the virus worse. Thus, the more we push boosters, the more we suffer viral enhancement, waning antibodies, and the massive risk of side effects accompanying each shot.
 
In a CDC briefing from Aug. 18, director Rochelle Walensky let the cat out of the bag — that not only does the protection wear off, but it might enhance the disease.
 
"And even though our vaccines are currently working well to prevent hospitalizations, we are seeing concerning evidence of waning vaccine effectiveness over time and against the Delta variant," said Walensky during the briefing. "Additionally, reports from our international colleagues, including Israel, suggest increased risk of severe disease amongst those vaccinated early. Given evidence, we are concerned that the current strong protection against severe infection, hospitalization and death could decrease in the months ahead. Especially among those who are at higher risk or who were vaccinated earlier during the phases of our vaccination rollout. In the context of these concerns, we are planning for Americans to receive booster shots."
Stop the tape! Walensky now concedes the following:
 
There is zero justification to mandate the vaccine given that it doesn't stop infection and transmission.
Even the personal protection from serious illness wanes after about six months or so and increasingly so for those most vulnerable to the virus who need the protection the most.
The vaccine efficacy wanes both over time and with mutant strains that will likely continue.
In a stunning admission, she says that reports from Israel seem to "suggest increased risk of severe disease amongst those vaccinated early." This could indicate some degree of antibody dependent disease enhancement. After all, if the immunity is waning, then there is always a concern that the antibodies are strong enough to bind but not strong enough to block, which creates a more dangerous conduit for the virus into the cells, which is what people like mRNA vaccine inventor Dr. Robert Malone have been warning about. The FDA itself conceded in its memorandum (p.52) on the EUA approval of the shots, "Risk of vaccine-enhanced disease over time, potentially associated with waning immunity, remains unknown and needs to be evaluated further in ongoing clinical trials."
Yet what is Walensky's solution? To exacerbate this cycle and give yet another round of shots to everyone. Not only will this cause needless death and injury without long-term protection, but it will likely enhance viral immune escape even more. A pre-print study from Spanish researchers found that the antibody levels produced by booster shots to the Alpha variant seemed to net decreasing results. "Our results with the Alpha variant suggest that 3rd doses of present vaxes to the general population might not be the best approach to increase the immunity to the emerging VOCs," gently concluded the authors. However, if these boosters are going to produce half-baked levels from the get-go, not only will the efficacy wane quicker (after users suffer all the side effects), but the risk for antibody dependent disease enhancement grows more alarming.
Israel, a country where nearly every older adult is vaccinated and many have received booster shots, is now concerned about the discovery of an even more virulent strain. Scientists have been warning that the devastating results of mass vaccination, particularly with a narrow-spectrum preventive vaccine like the spike protein shots, would create a super virus through viral immune escape. "Plans to vaccinate those with high risk of fatal disease followed by a drive to reach herd immunity while in uncontrolled transmission among the rest of the population is likely to greatly increase the probability that a resistant strain is established," warned a group of European scientists in a paper published last month in Nature.
 
How can the FDA approve this shot when it has not fully studied the effects of myocarditis and other side effects? How can agency officials fully approve it when they themselves admit the shot requires an unknown number of boosters? Data from Israel revealed: "A full course of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was just 39% effective at preventing infections and 41% effective at preventing symptomatic infections caused by the Delta Covid-19 variant, according to Israel's health ministry." Again, how can this be approved and marketed as a vaccine?
The FDA's industry guidance for EUA status (p.13) requires a 50% threshold of efficacy to even get emergency use authorization, much less full approval! With our government admitting it is now below this threshold and waning with every day and every new variant, how can full approval be justified, particularly of the Pfizer shot?
 
Contrast this to natural immunity, and it is simply indefensible for our government to treat vaccinated people as less a threat than those with prior infection. How good is natural immunity? The U.K., which is the only country that publishes granular weekly surveillance data, shows that the number of "probable" reinfections is just 0.025%. Almost all of them were likely very mild cases. The trend line also shows that the reinfection cases have not grown with the Delta variant.
 
This all demonstrates that not only should those who already have immunity shy away from the risk of these shots, but even those who don't should focus on early and prophylactic treatment to get them over the inevitable exposure to the virus. A truly honest government would be promoting this message rather than doubling and tripling down on failure as the only solution to a problem they continue to make worse.
 
 

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OnlyFans says it will ban sexually explicit material and social media erupts with outrage NEWS CARLOS GARCIA August 19, 2021

OnlyFans said on Thursday that the company would ban sexually explicit material on its platform and supporters of sex work are condemning the website they accuse of betraying them.

The service had been used by sex workers to provided explicit content to subscribers who paid them in return. That practice will end in October according to a statement from the company.
"Effective 1 October, 2021, OnlyFans will prohibit the posting of any content containing sexually-explicit conduct," the statement read.
 
"Creators will continue to be allowed to post content containing nudity as long as it is consistent with our Acceptable Use Policy," they added. "These changes are to comply with the requests of our banking partners and payout providers."
 
The statement went on to say that 2 million creators had earned over $5 billion from 130 million users on their platform.
OnlyFans sex workers and their supporters took to social media to excoriate the service.
 
"Yes, the onlyfans change is f***ing terrifying, but at least the new rules are intentionally vague in a way that will leave sex workers constantly terrified that they're about to lose a huge chunk of income for doing something they didn't know wasn't allowed!!!" responded comedian Avery Edison.
 
"Sex Workers are constantly helping build up sites and then getting shafted, and It's f***ing disgusting," said another critic.
 
OnlyFans creator Darshelle Stevens said that sex workers would find other platforms.
Many accused the company of using sex workers to build the company only to stab them in the back.
"I can only imagine how many sex workers are feeling blindsided and terrified for their incomes right now. This is a slap in the face to those who made OnlyFans what it is today," replied Huffington Post reporter Jesselyn Cook.
 
"OnlyFans would be nothing without the sex workers whose labor built it up into a major platform. Now it's tossing them aside, and removing a vital source of income from a population of workers who are disproportionately marginalized and have no protections under U.S. labor law," responded Teen Vogue reporter Kim Kelly.
 
"Only fans banning porn is like McDonald's banning hamburgers," said one critic.
 
Law enforcement has warned that criminals are using platforms like OnlyFans to launder money and worse. In one case in June, a Florida man was accused of allegedly trying to force a woman onto OnlyFans in order to earn money for him.

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Taliban leader was freed from Guantanamo Bay in 2014 swap by Obama By Paul Sperry

When then-President Barack Obama released five Taliban commanders from the Guantanamo Bay prison in exchange for an American deserter in 2014, he assured a wary public the dangerous enemy combatants would be transferred to Qatar and kept from causing any trouble in Afghanistan.

 
In fact, they were left free to engineer Sunday’s sacking of Kabul.
 
Soon after gaining their freedom, some of the notorious Taliban Five pledged to return to fight Americans in Afghanistan and made contacts with active Taliban militants there. But the Obama-Biden administration turned a blind eye to the disturbing intelligence reports, and it wasn’t long before the freed detainees used Qatar as a base to form a regime in exile.
 
Eventually, they were recognized by Western diplomats as official representatives of the Taliban during recent “peace” talks.
Earlier this year, one of them, Khairullah Khairkhwa, actually sat across the table from President Biden’s envoy to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, in Moscow, where Khairkhwa was part of the official Taliban delegation that negotiated the final terms of the US withdrawal. The retreat cleared a path for the Taliban to retake power after 20 years.
 
“I started jihad to remove foreign forces from my country and establish an Islamic government, and jihad will continue until we reach that goal through a political agreement,” Khairkhwa said at the summit.
 
After raiding the presidential palace in Kabul, a group of armed Taliban fighters told Al Jazeera that they were arranging to bring back their Gitmo-paroled leadership from Qatar upon securing the capital. One unidentified fighter, who blasted America for “oppressing our people for 20 years,” claimed he had also been locked up at the Guantanamo Bay facility. It’s more evidence Gitmo catch-and-release policies facilitated the fall of Afghanistan to the enemy Washington vowed to crush after 9/11.
Taliban fighters patrolling the city of Ghazni as the group continued to take over Afghanistan on August 12, 2021.
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The mastermind of the regime change is former detainee Khairkhwa, the Taliban mullah whom Obama released from Gitmo even though the Pentagon classified him as too dangerous to release.
 
Earlier this year, Khairkhwa assured the administration that the Taliban would not launch a spring military offensive if Biden committed to removing all remaining American troops. He also promised not to retaliate against any Afghans who worked with the US military or the US-backed government in Kabul. But Khairkhwa showed no signs of remorse or rehabilitation inside Gitmo — if anything, he’s probably more embittered to the United States. Why would they believe him?
 
Reports coming out of Kandahar and Kabul indicate the extremists have already broken their word. Taliban thugs have started a reign of terror against people who cooperated with Westerners. Guided by a “kill list,” they are going door-to-door to punish their enemies.
Khairullah Khairkhwa and four other leaders of the Taliban were released from prison in Guantanamo Bay in 2014 in exchange for Bowe Bergdahl.
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Special envoy Khalilzad convinced the White House the US-backed government would not collapse and the Taliban would not take over — even though Khairkhwa made it clear he and his fellow mullahs sought to reestablish strict Islamic rule without outside meddling.
 
Mullah Khairkhwa previously served as the Taliban’s minister of interior in Afghanistan, where he oversaw enforcement of brutal Islamist punishments, including beheadings and stonings. After 9/11, he was arrested in Pakistan and sent to Gitmo in 2002. The Pentagon accused him of closely associating with Osama bin Laden and bin Laden’s al Qaeda henchmen.
 
Twelve years later, Obama sprung Khairkhwa from jail along with four other top Taliban leaders in exchange for the Taliban releasing US Army Sgt. Robert “Bowe” Bergdahl, who was captured after deserting his post in Afghanistan. Khairkhwa and his fellow parolees, who were immediately flown to Qatar, were the only “forever prisoners” released without being cleared by the Gitmo parole board.
Former President Barack Obama celebrating the return of the “POW” Bergdahl with his parents at the White House.
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Upon his return, Obama celebrated Bergdahl as a heroic “POW,” a designation the Pentagon never gave him. At the bizarre Rose Garden ceremony, during which Bergdahl’s father praised Allah, Obama asserted: “We’re committed to winding down the war in Afghanistan and closing Gitmo.”
 
But public opinion rapidly turned against Bergdahl as the facts of his disappearance and capture became known. He ultimately was court-martialed and pleaded guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. In 2017, he was sentenced to a dishonorable discharge. Last year, the US military’s top appeals court upheld the conviction against him.
 
Several of his fellow soldiers were seriously injured during search-and-rescue missions launched to find him in Afghanistan. During Bergdahl’s five-year Taliban captivity, the Taliban became more accurate and deadly targeting US convoys and troops.
Bergdahl would eventually plead guilty to desertion.
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It’s not clear if then-Vice President Biden was fully on board with Obama’s controversial prisoner exchange. But in a reversal of Trump administration policy, Biden has restarted Obama’s program to release Gitmo detainees as part of a renewed push to close the prison.
 
Last month, the president released his first prisoner — accused terrorist Abdul Latif Nasser — leaving the number of remaining detainees at 39. Ten others have been cleared for release, while still others have appealed to Biden through their pro-bono defense lawyers to ensure their release, despite the risk of them returning to militant activities like the Taliban Five.
 
If Obama and Biden had left the five Taliban thugs to rot in Cuba, Kabul more than likely would not be back in the clutches of the Taliban right now. And maybe Americans wouldn’t have sacrificed more than 2,400 troops and $1 trillion in vain.
 

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