Good News Friday 10-10-2022


June 10, 2022

Dear Patriots,

As usual these days, there is a lot of news. Much of it is distressing.

Here is a collection of hopeful news for you to take into the weekend.


We demand to have this information for the American people.

The National Pulse
FDA Sued Over Hiding Records From Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Approval

QUOTE:Defending the Republic, a Texas-based non-profit filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration for refusing to turn over records related to the approval of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccines.

And while the FDA publicly pronounced that the "data demonstrated that Spikevax was 93% effective in preventing COVID-19," the Spikevax fact sheet for recipients and caregivers provides important context omitted by the public officials: "The [Spikevax] duration of protection against COVID19 is currently unknown.



The Epoch Times 
Cancer Trial Using Monoclonal Antibody Finds Remission in Every Patient

QUOTE:A cancer trial has reportedly become the first in the world to completely remove the disease in every patient, according to a study published on June 5 in The New England Journal of Medicine.


It became so bleak that even the 94% Democrat voters living in the city of San Fransisco said, enough is enough.

DA Candidate Chesa Boudin and His Four Parents' Terrorist Legacy

Fox News

Progressive San Francisco DA recalled by voters in one of nation's most liberal cities

QUOTE:Voters in San Francisco have chosen to recall embattled District Attorney Chesa Boudin following a recall effort centered on his handling of rising crime across the city.

61%, compared to 39%


Fox News
Several Rays players break from organization's Pride Night logos, citing religious reasons


"A lot of it comes down to faith, to like a faith-based decision. So it's a hard decision. Because, ultimately, we all said what we want is them to know that all are welcome and loved here," he said, via the Tampa Bay Times.

"But when we put it on our bodies, I think a lot of guys decided that it's just a lifestyle that maybe — not that they look down on anybody or think differently — it's just that maybe we don't want to encourage it if we believe in Jesus, who's encouraged us to live a lifestyle that would abstain from that behavior. Just like (Jesus) encourages me as a heterosexual male to abstain from sex outside of the confines of marriage. It's no different.


America's Frontline DoctorsMajor victory: Court rules airline cannot ask new pilots' vaccination status

QUOTE:The Amsterdam Court of Appeal has determined KLM airline is no longer allowed to ask new pilots about their Covid "vaccine" status. According to the judge, among other things, there was no operational necessity for such a decision. Nevertheless, the association of Dutch Airline Pilots (VNV) is pleased with the Court's decision and is celebrating its victory. The judge ruled that the infringement of the fundamental rights of candidates committed by KLM's conduct in the application procedure is disproportionate because KLM has not been able to demonstrate that there is an operational necessity.


The North State Journal

Special Olympics drops vaccine rule after $27M fine threat

QUOTE:The Special Olympics has dropped a coronavirus vaccine mandate for its games in Orlando after Florida moved to fine the organization $27.5 million for violating a state law against such rules.

Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday announced the organization had removed the requirement for its competition in the state, which is scheduled to run June 5 to June 12.The Florida health department notified the Special Olympics of the fine in a letter Thursday that said the organization would be fined $27.5 million for 5,500 violations of state law for requiring proof of coronavirus vaccination for attendees or participants.

Florida law bars businesses from requiring documentation of a COVID-19 vaccination. 


The Daily Wire 

DeSantis To Veto $35M Tampa Bay Rays Facility Over Team's Anti-Gun Statement 



DeSantis puts 'Brandon' on blast for '100% intentional and man-made' economic crisis in America

QUOTE: At a signing of the Freedom First Budget, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis tore into President Joe Biden for the economic crisis now hitting already struggling Americans.

"We have to look at what we're doing against the backdrop of what's going on in Washington, D.C. and particularly, there's a fella by the name of 'Brandon' that people talk about that we have to contend with," he said, sparking laughter from those in attendance.

"I see this news report where Biden is so frustrated that his approval ratings are in the toilet," DeSantis continued. "He can't understand. He's lashing out at his staff. He's blaming other people. He's blaming the media, even though he gets the most sycophantic media coverage that any president has ever gotten. Compare how they treated Trump with how they treat Biden. It's night and day."

"And so, he's trying to make excuses," the governor said, "and I'm just thinking to myself, you know, what has he done since he came into office?"DeSantis launched into a damning list of Biden's failures, starting with his "war" on energy independence.


The Federalist Papers 

DeSantis Announces Plan to 'Fight Against Socialism in America': Taking on George Soros 'On His Own Turf'

QUOTE: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is on the warpath against billionaire George Soros.Soros, a liberal donor and activist, just helped fund a left-wing radio network targeting Hispanic-Americans, Fox News reported.

DeSantis said in a statement to the outlet that the Hungarian-born businessman is trying to "manipulate" the media landscape in his state and push a "Marxist agenda on voters."

So the Republican governor's re-election campaign is hitting back at Soros.


The major opponents were the state teachers unions and outside leftists who shoveled in money for the anti-school choice incumbents. 

 six out of seven races.


Iowa Starting Line

Reynolds Helps Oust Several Anti-Voucher Republicans In Primary

QUOTE:After her much-touted school voucher bill failed to gain traction in the Iowa Legislature this year, Gov. Kim Reynolds took her ire out at several fellow Republicans in the Iowa House who called out the bill as not being supportive of public schools and ensured it wouldn't pass.

 diverted $55 million from public school budgets for up to 10,000 scholarships to pay for students to attend private schools. 

Reynolds publicly began endorsing primary challengers to some of those legislators up for election this year, while out-of-state organizations that support vouchers have been pumping five-figure donations into their campaign coffers.


Children's Health Defense

Severe COVID 'Rare' in People Who Didn't Get Vaccine, Survey RevealsQUOTE:A survey of 300,000 people who didn't get the COVID-19 vaccine revealed the unvaccinated didn't place a disproportionate burden on health systems — in fact, they experienced very low rates of hospitalization and severe COVID-19.There have been very few studies looking at how those who've elected to rely on natural immunity and natural products, as compared with those who've consented to COVID-19 genetic vaccines, the latter who may or may not have, also tried to optimize their immune systems, fare when it comes to COVID-19.



Biden approval sinks to 22% among young adults, 24% among Hispanics: poll

QUOTE:Approval of President Biden's job performance slipped to just 33% in a poll released Wednesday by Quinnipiac University — as even key Democratic voting blocs such as young people and racial minorities give the president a big thumbs-down. The survey, conducted June 3-6, found that 22% of Americans ages 18-34 approve of Biden's performance — the lowest rating of any age group. Just 24% of Hispanic voters and 49% of black voters said they approve of Biden's work.

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