A study on the efficacy of shutting down bars and restaurants to stop the spread of COVID-19 found that the restrictions were “not an efficient way” to decrease virus transmission, concluding that it “does not contribute to the suppression of SARS-CoV-2.” “Using a large-scale nationally representative longitudinal survey, we found that the early closure of restaurants and bars decreased the utilization rate among young persons and those who visited these places before the pandemic. However, symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 did not decrease in these active and high-risk subpopulations,” explains a summary of the research paper. The study – SARS-CoV-2 Suppression and
Writing in her book Silent Invasion, former White House COVID task force member Ambassador Deborah Birx admits that her “go to” connections to push pro-lockdown policies in the White House were none other than Vice President Mike Pence, and President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner. The National Pulse has previously reported from Birx’s book how she admitted to “subterfuge” in the White House, going so far as to implement changes in policy without authorization, and contrary to the Trump White House’s instructions. Chapter 10 of her book further explains: Just as I knew that in a pandemic getting people to change
Natalie Winters and Raheem Kassam discuss Mike Pence’s hateful, anti-Trump remarks at the Federalist Society this week, as well as Fauci’s latest ruse to keep pandemics happening. Please leave us a review and share this episode.
Former Vice President Mike Pence delivered a speech to the ostensibly “conservative” Federalist Society on Friday, wherein he insisted that President Trump and his team were wrong to demand Pence use the powers of the Vice President to scrutinize the election results after the 2020 presidential debacle. Now, details of the host organization of the speech and its links to Mark Zuckerberg, Big Tech, and Facebook specifically may go some way to explaining the former Veep’s precarious position on the matter. "President Trump is wrong. I had no right to overturn the election," said a defiant @Mike_Pence. pic.twitter.com/dfTMXCNpvQ — Mediaite
A massive National Pulse reader poll has revealed an overwhelming majority of the America First base want a return to the White House for President Donald Trump in 2024, while the MAGA faithful appear to have completely out of love with former Vice President Mike Pence. Asked, “Who Is Your Preferred Republican for 2024?”, a whopping 67 percent chose President Trump. In second place is Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on 17 percent. In third on just three percent is former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The rest of the field was as follows: President Trump (67%) Governor DeSantis (17%) Mike
A leaked document from the U.S. State Department and seen by The National Pulse appears to show former Vice President Mike Pence’s Chief of Staff Marc Short recommending Frank Luntz – whose close relationship with Hunter Biden was exposed via the President-Elect’s son’s hard drive – for the role of Under Secretary of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. Luntz was recommended for the position, which aims to “lead America’s public diplomacy outreach, which includes messaging to counter terrorism and violent extremism” by Short, whom President Trump viewed as partly responsible for Pence’s certification of electors on January 6th and saw
Illinois 16th District Congressman Adam Kinzinger has released a video calling for the forceable removal of President Trump from office before January 20th, using the 25th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Rep. Kinzinger – first recruited to Congress by then-Congressman Mike Pence – said on Thursday morning: “It’s with a heavy heart I am calling for the sake of our Democracy that the 25th Amendment be invoked.” UPDATE: Sen. Schumer has added his voice to the calls to remove the President from the White House today: .@SenSchumer calls for invoking the 25th Amendment, and if that isn’t utilized, for Congress