Voter Registration Scandal, Dr. Kory on Tucker, Extremism Redefined

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In a move to counter increased extremist threats following the Hamas attacks, British Communities Secretary Michael Gove has redefined extremism, shifting the focus from action to ideology. This new definition targets those promoting violence, hatred, or intolerance, and will affect government interactions with certain organizations, including the far-right British National Socialist Movement and the Muslim Association of Britain. However, it won’t be legally binding for councils. Critics have voiced concerns about the potential limitations on protest and free speech due to the lack of consultation and safeguards. Gove, however, has reassured that gender-critical campaigners, religious conservatives, and others won’t be affected, underlining a distinction between Islam and Islamist ideology.

Meanwhile, in Michigan, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is under scrutiny as it was revealed that 53 of the state’s 83 counties have more registered voters than eligible voting residents. The Republican National Committee (RNC) has filed a lawsuit against Benson, demanding answers. This comes in light of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) which holds states accountable for maintaining accurate voter information. The issue of voter fraud in Michigan has been a recurring problem, with previous lawsuits revealing similar discrepancies. The Secretary of State’s office has been accused of failing to disqualify ineligible voters, including deceased individuals, leading to questions about the integrity of the electoral process.

In the health sector, the global pandemic has seen the rapid development and promotion of experimental vaccines by governments, despite concerns about their effectiveness and safety. Dr. Pierre Kory, a critic of vaccines, recently discussed vaccine safety, efficacy, excess mortality, and the impact on different demographics with Tucker Carlson. Kory highlighted the professional risks he faced for speaking out against vaccines and advocating for alternative treatments like Ivermectin. The conversation also touched on the influence of Big Pharma and the manipulation of scientific research to support certain agendas. This has led to questions about the credibility of medical journals and the public’s growing distrust of institutions.


Government-funded Experimental Vaccines and Lockdowns Under Fire in Recent Tucker Carlson Interview

I do think we have some understanding of the cost. I mean, I think, you know, you’re aware of the work of of Ed Dowd, who’s put together a team and looked, analytically at a lot of the epidemiologic data," Kory replied. "I mean, time with that vaccination rollout is when all of the numbers started going sideways, the excess mortality started to skyrocket.

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Voter Fraud Allegations Surface in Michigan, RNC Files Lawsuit Against Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has some explaining to do as it was revealed that 53 of her state’s 83 counties have more registered voters than eligible voting residents.

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UK Communities Secretary Introduces New Definition of Extremism, Drawing Criticism

The new definition changes the focus from action to ideology.

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