Pfizer whistleblower accused of lying fearlessly fires back

A whistleblower charging that a contract research company helping to carry out Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine trial last fall falsified data has responded to her former employer’s accusation that she is lying.

Source: Pfizer whistleblower accused of lying fearlessly fires back

What is Advent?

The word “Advent” comes from a Latin word that means “coming.” The Christian Advent tradition celebrates the coming of Jesus to earth through His birth in Bethlehem. In most church calendar traditions, Advent officially begins on the fourth Sunday before December 25. (though many modern Advent calendars begin December 1).

Each of the four Sundays of the Advent is remembered through the use of particular practices. The specific practices, readings, and meaning of the candles in the Advent wreaths, if wreaths are used, may vary among churches.

For many, the first Sunday includes the lighting of a candle and readings on the theme of hope from the Old Testament. The second Sunday includes readings from the manger and prophecies about the birth of Jesus and focuses on the theme of the prophets. The third Sunday is also known as Gaudete Sunday (named after the first Latin word in Philippians 4:4, which is read). It focuses on joy and the theme of the shepherds. The fourth Sunday focuses on readings from the announcement of the Savior’s birth. It is also known as the angels’ candle. Many Advent candle wreaths also include a center fifth candle. This candle is known as the Christ candle that is lit during a special Christmas Eve gathering.

Is Advent biblical? The birth of Christ that is celebrated throughout Advent is based on biblical events and includes much Scripture. The actual development of the Advent season and church calendar developed much later.

As a result, a Christian should not feel required to celebrate or participate in Advent. However, the season highlights many of the notable events surrounding the birth of Jesus. It has served a very positive purpose for many throughout the history of the church. Churches of a wide variety of backgrounds continue to celebrate Advent today as part of the larger celebration of Christmas.

Even families and small groups of Christians often find joy in practicing in the traditions of Advent together. Counting the days on the calendar, reading Scripture, praying, and singing together all allow believers to further enjoy the true reason of Advent and Christmas—the coming of Jesus to our world.

More than 50% of ALL Vaccine Adverse Reactions Reported for Past 30+ Years Have Occurred in Past 11 Months Following COVID-19 Shots

November 30, 2021

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

The latest data dump into the U.S. Government’s Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) happened late yesterday afternoon (11/29/21) and covers data through 11/19/21.

The VAERS database was mandated by Congress over 30 years ago, beginning in 1990, and is maintained by the U.S. CDC and FDA.

As of yesterday’s update, there are now a total of 1,765,262 cases of adverse events following all vaccines for the past 30+ years, including the experimental COVID-19 shots that have been issued emergency use authorization and are not yet approved by the FDA (source).

(Note: The FDA did approve one of the Pfizer shots, but the one they approved is not in circulation within the U.S. at this time.)

Of those 1,765,262 cases of adverse events following all vaccines for the past 30+ years, 913,268 of them (52%) have been reported during the past 11 months following COVID-19 shots (source).

68% of ALL Recorded Deaths Following Vaccines for the Past 30+ Years Have Followed COVID-19 Shots for the Past 11 Months

For the past 30+ years there have been 28,379 deaths recorded in VAERS following all vaccines, including the COVID-19 EUA shots.

68% of those deaths, 19,249, have followed COVID-19 shots in the past 11 months. (Same sources as above.)

61% of ALL Recorded Life Threatening Events Following Vaccines for the Past 30+ Years Have Followed COVID-19 Shots for the Past 11 Months

For the past 30+ years there have been 35,524 life threatening events recorded in VAERS following all vaccines, including the COVID-19 EUA shots.

61% of those life threatening events, 21,582, have followed COVID-19 shots in the past 11 months. (Same sources as above.)

60% of ALL Recorded Permanent Disabilities Following Vaccines for the Past 30+ Years Have Followed COVID-19 Shots for the Past 11 Months

For the past 30+ years there have been 51,231 permanent disabilities recorded in VAERS following all vaccines, including the COVID-19 EUA shots.

60% of those permanent disabilities, 30,967, have followed COVID-19 shots in the past 11 months. (Same sources as above.)

55% of ALL Recorded Hospitalizations Following Vaccines for the Past 30+ Years Have Followed COVID-19 Shots for the Past 11 Months

For the past 30+ years there have been 178,383 hospitalizations recorded in VAERS following all vaccines, including the COVID-19 EUA shots.

55% of those hospitalizations, 97,561, have followed COVID-19 shots in the past 11 months. (Same sources as above.)

20% of ALL Recorded ER Visits Following Vaccines for the Past 30+ Years Have Followed COVID-19 Shots for the Past 11 Months

For the past 30+ years there have been 507,064 ER visits recorded in VAERS following all vaccines, including the COVID-19 EUA shots.

20% of those ER visits, 101,373, have followed COVID-19 shots in the past 11 months. (Same sources as above.)

(Note: It is well-reported that there have been a shortage of hospital workers this year, with some ERs even closing completely, so it is very likely that this percentage of ER visits following COVID-19 shots would be even higher if the nation’s hospitals were working at full staffing as in past years.)

Conclusion: The Government’s own Data Show that COVID-19 Experimental Shots are NOT Safe!

After reviewing this data supplied by the U.S. Government, how can anyone conclude that the experimental COVID-19 shots are safe?

With all the boosters being rolled out now, one might be tempted to think that there have been exponentially more COVID-19 shots administered than in previous years to account for these large numbers.

But we are talking about 11 months of data for ONE single class of “vaccine” compared to ALL vaccines for the past 30+ years!

It would probably take considerable time to research how many doses of every kind of vaccine have been distributed for the past 30+ years since 1990, but we do have totals supplied by the CDC for one of the classes of vaccines, the annual flu shot.

According to the CDC, from 1990 through 2021, there have been over 3 billion flu shots (3,104,500,000) distributed in the U.S. (Source.) The 2020-2021 flu season alone distributed about 194 million flu doses. (Source.)

In comparison, according to the CDC, for the three currently authorized COVID-19 shots, there have been 459 million doses distributed in the U.S. through November 30, 2021. (Source.)

So just for one vaccine, the flu shot, there have been 6X more shots given for the past 30+ years, and that does not include the many dozens of other vaccines given over the past 30+ years, mostly to children.

These COVID-19 shots are not safe. They are deadly.

And when we discuss children, this whole vaccination eugenics program turns very dark, and very evil.

CNN suspends Chris Cuomo

News broke Monday that one of its biggest stars, prime-time anchor Chris Cuomo, had a greater-than-originally-thought role in helping his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, mount a public relations defense against multiple allegations of sexual harassment. Those allegations, in fact, led to Andrew resigning in August.

And on Tuesday evening, the other Cuomo was punished. CNN has suspended Chris indefinitely. (Anderson Cooper hosted Cuomo’s normal 9 p.m. Eastern slot.)

In a statement, the network said, “The New York Attorney General’s office released transcripts and exhibits Monday that shed new light on Chris Cuomo’s involvement in his brother’s defense. The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raise serious questions. When Chris admitted to us that he had offered advice to his brother’s staff, he broke our rules and we acknowledged that publicly. But we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second. However, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother’s efforts than we previously knew. As a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely, pending further evaluation.”

Up until Monday. Chris had acknowledged publicly that he was a sounding board for his brother and that he lent some advice to Andrew’s advisers. But, turns out, he did much more than that. On Monday, The New York attorney general’s office released thousands of pages of documents, which included details of Chris’ role. It included Chris pushing to be a part of strategy sessions, working “sources” to see the status of what other news outlets were working on and even attempting to find information about one of his brother’s accusers. (I wrote about more details on Monday.)

Despite all this information becoming public, Chris hosted his prime-time show Monday night while CNN said it would give the attorney general’s documents a “thorough review and consideration.”

Throughout Monday evening and into Tuesday, many in the media asked if Chris should be allowed on the air or even if he should keep his job.

Washington Post national political reporter David Weigel tweeted, “If some news channel intern did what Chris Cuomo did they’d have been fired one second after these docs were published.”

Gene Park, who covers video games and gaming culture for The Washington Post, tweeted, “Chris Cuomo still working at CNN is a mockery of journalism. Libs defending him say there are more important things to worry about, and then complain about why media coverage is so poor and lopsided.

The Los Angeles Times’ Matt Pearce tweeted, “This is an embarrassment to journalism.”

Erin B. Logan of the Los Angeles Times tweeted, “amazing that Chris Cuomo still has a cushy job at CNN after flagrantly violating journalistic ethics”

And, of course, Keith Olberman wasn’t going to let this one go by. He tweeted, “And now he has to be fired.”

There were even calls coming from inside CNN’s own house. The Daily Beast’s Lachlan Cartwright, Justin Baragona and Andrew Kirell wrote, “The people with knowledge of the situation said CNN boss Jeff Zucker had felt serious heat from infuriated talent, including Jake Tapper, over the last 24 hours and acted to yank Cuomo off the air while the review is carried out.”

So, will Chris Cuomo be fired? That’s what CNN will determine in the coming days. I believe keeping Cuomo puts a serious dent in CNN’s credibility, particularly because Cuomo didn’t come completely clean when he had the chance earlier this year. It came a day late, but at least CNN realized it couldn’t just let Cuomo keep going on the air while it sorted through the details.

Jack Dorsey Stepping Down From Twitter CEO Position

The internet is changing.

On the net, the line is always moving.

Jack Dorsey is going to step down from his role as the CEO of Twitter, according to an initial CNBC report. Twitter’s stock was rising from the world-historical news before it was halted until the news is further expanded upon.

Dorsey also shared a screencap of an internal email to his staff on Twitter, officially confirming his resignation from the CEO position. “I decided it’s finally time for me to leave,” he wrote in the email.

Twitter’s CTO Parag Agrawal will step up to succeed Dorsey as the new CEO. And while he expressed absolute confidence in Agrawal’s future in the role, we should make no mistake: This could change the shape of the internet forever.

Jack Dorsey announces his official resignation as Twitter CEO

“After almost 16 tears of having a role at our company,” wrote Dorsey in his screencapped email to Twitter staff, “from co-founder to CEO to Chair to Exec Chair to interim-CEO to CEO…I decided it’s finally time for me to leave.” Dorsey suggested that the idea of a “founder-led” company is ultimately a “severely limiting and a single point of failure. I’ve worked hard to ensure this company can break away from its founding and founders.” And the now-ex-CEO of Twitter laid out three reasons for why now is the apt time for his departure.

A New, Simpler Quantum Computer Runs at Room Temperature

Dorsey will remain on the Board of the company until his current term expires in 2022, during the next stockholder meeting, according to the CNBC report. The Salesforce President and COO Bret Taylor will become the next Chairman of the Board, taking Patrick Pichette’s place, who is a former Google Executive. “I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders,” said Dorsey. His stated reasons in the screencapped email include Parag Agrawal becoming the new CEO of Twitter. “The board ran a rigorous process considering all options and unanimously appointed Parag,” said Dorsey. “He’s been my choice for some time given how deeply he understands the company and its needs.”

Social media is restructuring for the 2020s

The second of three reasons was Bret Taylor becoming the board chair, with a third reason offered by Dorsey to explain his departure being the bulk of Twitter employees themselves. Beyond these, Dorsey didn’t give a clear reason for the timing of his decision. “I want you all to know that this was my decision and I own it,” said Dorsey in his email to Twitter staff.

“It was a tough one for me, of course. I love this service and company, and all of you so much,” added Dorsey, in the tweeted email screencap. “I’m really sad, yet really happy. There aren’t many companies that get to this level. And there aren’t many founders that choose their company over their own ego. I know we’ll prove this was the right move.” With Facebook’s recent pivot and rebrand to “Meta”, we should expect Twitter and other social media companies to undergo continued restructuring as we enter the new decade.

British Cardiologist Confirms AHA Study that COVID-19 Shots Causing Heart Attacks

by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

This past weekend a group of protesters in Italy that appears to number at least in the hundreds, marched with signs containing pictures of loved ones who had died after receiving a COVID-19 shot.

Last week we published the study that appeared in the American Heart Association publication “Circulation” that linked COVID-19 shots to increased heart attacks. See:

American Heart Association Journal Publishes Data that UK Medical Doctor Claims are “Proof” that COVID-19 Vaccines are “Murder”

Shortly after that study was published, British Cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra was interviewed and asked to comment on the study.

Dr. Aseem Malhotra has been featured multiple times over the years here at Health Impact News because he is one of the few doctors worldwide that is not afraid of exposing the fraud in the pharmaceutical industry, as he has exposed the false lipid theory of heart disease that claims cholesterol causes heart disease which then created a 100 billion dollar cholesterol-lowering drug business led by Pfizer.

Dr. Malhotra confirmed the results of the AHA study and shared that British authorities in the field of Cardiology confirmed to him that this is happening, that the COVID-19 shots are leading to increased heart attacks, but they are afraid to go public because they will lose their research funding from the Drug Companies.

He is calling for an immediate end to vaccine mandates.

Science Behind The Secret and The Law Of Attraction

By: Mary Morrissey  October 29, 2021

In the same way the laws of gravity, electricity, or magnetism work regardless of our awareness, the Law of Attraction is always actively at work in our lives – at all times, for all people!

Just like magnetism can be harnessed to create superpowered “maglev” trains (in which magnets help achieve train speeds of up to 375 mph!), developing a spiritual and scientific understanding of the Law of Attraction can help create powerful results, and deeper harmony, in every area of your life.

The purpose of today’s lesson is to explain how the scientific principles behind the Law of Attraction can help you create and live a life you love. We’ll also talk about how you can reach the next levels of awareness and wisdom you need to achieve the results you desire.

So to begin, let’s reveal what “the secret” is and how it connects to the law of attraction.

The Connection Between “The Secret” & The Law of Attraction

“The Secret” is a bestselling book and wildly popular documentary by Rhonda Byrne that launched millions of people on their own spiritual journeys.

This book is most noteworthy for its in-depth and profound research into some of the most successful people in history.

Her daughter, Haley, gave Rhonda “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D Wattles to help her recover from a depressive episode after her father’s death.

It had such an impact on her that it propelled her into seeking greater knowledge of positive thinking. She attracted many brilliant minds to contribute to her book along the way, such as Jack Canfield, Bob Proctor, Lisa Nichols, and others.

Her journey led her to the conclusion that successful people, from changemakers to the prominently wealthy, operate according to the law of attraction.

And beyond that, she realized that the law of attraction was not restricted to the select few; instead, everyone has equal access to the power of manifestation.

The Science Behind The Secret and The Law Of Attraction

So let’s speak to the immutable science behind the law of attraction and how we can use this understanding to manifest our dreams into our physical reality.

The Role of Science In The Law Of Attraction

Despite its invisibility, magnetism has real, undeniable science behind how it works. So too does the Law of Attraction work with our thoughts!

Several scientific disciplines from psychology to genetics have confirmed that our thoughts directly affect our physical reality.

So that’s where we’ll begin our scientific exploration: our thinking. 

Frequencies, Vibrations, & The Science Of Thinking

The Law of Attraction is the process of matching the energetic frequencies of your thoughts with the things you desire to manifest in your life. Why is this important?

Neuroscience teaches us that we have approximately 70,000 thoughts a day and 90% of them are repeated from our past.

So during our lifetimes we hardwire patterns of thought into our brains and these patterns reinforce our beliefs, perspectives and attitudes over and over again (also called your paradigms).

And since they’re wired in, you have to make a conscious, deliberate effort to think differently, in order to act differently, and ultimately create different results.

In this way, whatever you put your attention on grows – whether it is good or bad, positive or negative.

So if you want to change your life, you have to first change your thoughts.

Repatterning Your Thoughts with Brave Thinking

Each thought carries its own vibration, and all the thinking that goes on in your head creates a frequency.

So you could also say that what you think about frequently becomes your frequency – and the screen of your life is an exact match to the frequency of your thoughts.

Restoring Awe for the Eucharist in a non-believing age

BISHOP BURBRIDGE

When the Catholic bishops of the United States gather for their biannual meetings, their agenda might contain little of interest to the media, or they might be discussing things that make for a media frenzy. A notable example of the latter was their Dallas meeting in 2002, when Church and society were eager to see how Church leaders would respond to the emerging clergy sexual abuse scandal.

This year, in spite of protests from the bishops’ official spokespersons, many media outlets held on to the narrative that they were coming out with a statement condemning pro-abortion Catholics who hold public office.

Thus, “The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church,” the statement they ultimately voted on, got its 15 minutes of fame, but journalists had to dig for any hint that it was a call to deny Communion to the second Catholic president of the United States or others who fight to keep abortion legal.

The bishops, of course, want the statement’s message to get out there and help restore Catholics’ faith in the central sacrament of their Church, three years after a Pew study suggested that that faith is seriously waning.

“I don’t want it to be sitting on the shelf,” said one spokesman for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Bishop Michael F. Burbidge of Arlington, Virginia (pictured above).

Bishop Burbidge, who on December 6 will celebrate his fifth anniversary as head of the Arlington Diocese, just outside Washington, D.C., is the former Chairman of the USCCB Committee on Communications. He spoke with Aleteia just before Thanksgiving about the new Eucharistic statement, the bishops’ work on a Eucharistic revival, evangelization, and his own approach to dialogue with Catholics who hold political office.

It’s on the USCCB website. It’s an easy read. I’ve encouraged my parishioners in the Diocese of Arlington to not just read the headline but to read the document itself. And it’s written in such a way to make it very manageable for people to do.

How is a new document going to help us reach people about the Eucharist? 

I think a document is just one tool in the toolbox. To reclaim in our Church a Eucharistic wonder or awe, a firm belief in the real presence, the importance of being at Mass, I think a document helps in that it teaches what the Church has always taught. The teaching doesn’t change, but how we present it should always be made more fitting to the times. For example, this document would use the example of various saints who have had a great love to the Holy Eucharist that may be an inspiration to younger people or different people.

So the document is just one tool. We talked a great deal throughout our meeting about a Eucharistic revival within our country, spending the next three years preparing for a national Eucharistic congress where we have people from all over the country coming together.

As a bishop, how do you foresee using this statement in your own diocese?

In Arlington, we are getting ready for the 50th anniversary of our founding as a diocese, in 2024. I did not want to just wake up in 2024 and celebrate. I said, “We’re going to have three years of preparation to get ready for this.” And the first year, I’ve decided, we would devote to the Eucharist. So all of our diocesan events and celebrations and conferences and talks would be on the Eucharist and living a Eucharistic life. So it’s very providential.

So this document will be distributed in our parishes and schools, with the hope of people breaking into small groups, maybe different sections, maybe reflection questions, to kind of digest it and talk about it. Certainly we’ll make it a teaching document for our schools, but hopefully as opportunities for people to reflect upon it. I don’t want it to be sitting on the shelf.

The document comes not only in the wake of the election of our second Catholic president, as many have harped on, with the question in the air of denying Communion to a Catholic public official who is also pro-abortion, but in the wake of pandemic-required lockdowns, when many Catholics could not receive Communion for months. What has been your experience in the Diocese of Arlington vis a vis people’s renewed sense of the Eucharist, following a long absence?

First of all, the document was never intended to target any individual or groups of people. It was always a part of our 2021-2024 strategic plan, which was actually called “Created Anew by the Body and Blood of Christ.” So, a source of healing and hope. Again, as one of the ways to implement the strategic plan, the document was meant to be a resource for that. Whenever you talk about the Eucharist, you talk about it as a precious gift. We say when we prepare to receive it, “Lord, we are not worthy.” It’s a gift that God gives to us. But we are called, as the Church has always taught, to put ourselves in the right disposition, to be in union with the Lord and his Church and not separate ourselves from that. So none of us can ever free ourselves from that responsibility. We have to be in that state of grace, with no grave mortal sin. So that document speaks to all Catholics.

Now again, to answer your question, the timing is very providential, because there are two concerns that we have as a Church. The pandemic did necessarily dispense people from the obligation to attend Mass, for the health, the well-being of everyone. So people began to view Mass from their living rooms and live stream and make Spiritual Communions.

But we’re trying to explain: nothing takes the place of actively, fully participating in real time and actually receiving the body and blood of Christ, which you can’t do via live stream. So this is a time I say to our faithful, if you are at a point in your life in the midst of the challenges of this pandemic that you’ve decided it’s okay to go to a restaurant, it’s okay to go to the mall, it’s okay to go to family gatherings, then that same principle must be applied to your spiritual life. And we understand that right now some people who physically are compromised, or emotionally are not able to go to malls, to go to sporting events, of course, we never would expect that of them as it applies to their spiritual lives. But what we’re beginning to see is a real yearning for people to be back to the Eucharist. People are just at the point now where we really do need each other. It’s not back to where we were, but I certainly think it’s heading in that direction.

Any concrete examples of people you’ve spoken to who’ve expressed that longing, that joy to be back in church?

Definitely. Whenever I go to our parishes, one of the first things I hear as I greet the people is “Bishop, isn’t it so good to be back together. I never knew how much we needed each other and how much we could take that blessing for granted.”

I was thrilled just a few weeks ago, where we had scheduled a diocesan pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception at the end of October, which holds over 2,000 people. A few weeks before, because of the restrictions in Washington of still having to wear masks — the cafeteria was closed, all those kinds of things — I said, “I don’t know, should we still be doing this?” And my team said, “Yes, let’s just do it, and the people who want to be there will be there.” When I walked down the steps to enter to celebrate the Mass, I had chills. There was standing room only. And this was just people from the Diocese of Arlington who traveled from various regions. There were tears when the bishops, the priests entered. It was the first time where we really felt that as a body we were all together. I had chills, and walking down the aisle I saw the tears of the people.

That’s probably one of the most powerful recent examples. We just had a big kickoff celebration the Sunday before Thanksgiving, with solemn Vespers, to start our preparation for our golden jubilee, at 4 o’clock on a Sunday afternoon. I really wasn’t expecting that large of a crowd. Again, we almost filled the cathedral.

So that longing’s there.

During the bishops’ Fall General Assembly, Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore thanked Bishop Andrew H. Cozzens because all the work he and his team are doing on the Eucharistic revival has had evangelization as its focus. What are some things that you have found works in evangelizing efforts? How do we talk to people? What are the keys to reaching fallen-away Catholics? 

Bishop Cozzens is certainly a wonderful example of someone who excels in this area. His enthusiasm for this Eucharistic revival is just incredible. Bishop Robert Barron is another example.

What you hear from them, and I know in my own diocese, where we’re trying to evangelize, reach out to those maybe who are not engaged in the faith, is a wonderful program — and this is at the heart of evangelization — and it’s called Truth, Beauty and Goodness.

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