The New York Times appears to be reluctantly admitting that Republican (“Red”) counties across the United States have developed more lasting, long-term immunity against COVID-19 than their Democratic or “Blue” counterparts. In today’s ‘The Morning‘ flagship e-mail newsletter, NYT columnist David Leonhardt concedes: There is one big new development. When I last wrote about red Covid, in November, I told you that the month-to-month partisan mortality gap might be peaking, for two main reasons. One, the availability of highly effective post-infection treatments, like Pfizer’s Paxlovid, has been expanding; if they reduce deaths, the drop may be steepest where the toll
Data has revealed that a stunning 59 percent of Democrats want to see their fellow Americans citizens forced into isolation and confinement if they are unwilling to take Big Pharma’s COVID-19 vaccines, with 45 percent endorsing the idea of quarantine camps for the unvaxxed. The news comes as faith in the efficacy of the vaccines wanes, and nations around the world come to grips with the fact that between the Omicron variant and other factors, fear over the virus is subsiding. Democrats also told Rasmussen pollsters that they support much harsher measures, including fines for Americans who won’t take the
Georgia officials have launched an investigation into Democratic ballot harvesting during the 2020 presidential election and subsequent U.S. Senate runoff, according to a report by Just The News. The Secretary of State’s office is also considering issuing to subpoenas to secure the evidence, detailed in a complaint filed by the voter integrity group True the Vote from November 30th. The group “assembled evidence that scores of activists worked with nonprofit groups to collect and deliver thousands of absentee ballots, often during wee-hour operations, to temporary voting drop boxes distributed around the state during the pandemic.” The effort is at odds
A photograph of a man wearing a Confederate flag patch on a denim jacket at a Glenn Youngkin rally in Loudoun County is going viral as left-wing “reporters” shared the image as risible evidence of Confederate sympathies, while Youngkin supporters pointed out the strange behavior of the man with his apparel. The image was taken from behind the man, who stood directly in front of the press risers as reporters took pictures, before disappearing when people began to realize what he was doing. The patch appears to be brand new, as is the jacket itself, fueling assumptions that the man
Proof of the left’s mass migration political effort was made public 12 years ago, in a stunningly similar series of incidents to what is currently taking place on the U.S. southern border. While Kamala Harris scratches her head in Guatemala, farcically discussing the “root causes” of mass migration, the truth of the matter can be found in a little known, draft government paper from the United Kingdom dating back to 2001. ‘Truly Multicultural’ Britain’s raging immigration argument had gasoline poured on its fire in late 2009, when a low-level, former government advisor penned an op-ed for London’s Evening Standard newspaper.
A stunning new poll from Rasmussen reveals 55 percent of Americans support the election audit process taking place in key states around the country on the back of a number of statistical errors and corrupt interventions as first outlined by The National Pulse in 2020. Additionally, the poll reveals that 10 percent of Democrats do not believe Joe Biden was elected fairly. Asked, “Do you support or oppose audits of election results?” a majority of 55 percent said they support them. Only 29 percent said they stood in opposition. Asked “Does expressing doubt about the outcome of elections undermine democracy
House Democrats introduced a bill to study “inequity” among LGBTQ servicemembers and veterans, creating a commission to advise the government on how to best “apologize” and “educate the American public about institutionalized and government-sanctioned discrimination.” The bill, introduced by Representatives Mark Takano and Anthony Brown, would establish a 16-person commission to “study the stigmatization, criminalization, and ongoing exclusion and inequity for LGBTQ servicemembers and veterans.” Broadly, the commission would “identify and compile a corpus of information about the history of military policy regarding homosexuality, from 1778 onward.” The bill requires the commission to “hold public hearings” in cities across America where