In New York City, the Public Design Commission unanimously voted to remove a nearly 200-year-old statue of Thomas Jefferson from city hall—meaning that our nation’s first secretary of state, drafter of the Declaration of Independence, and the nation’s third president has officially been canceled.
Meanwhile, while everyone has been focusing on the FDA’s approval of the Johnson & Johnson booster shot, something else has been at work behind the scenes. That is, in order to limit their liability, as well as to protect their corporate assets, Johnson & Johnson pulled a very interesting legal maneuver last week against the over 30,000 women who were suing them for causing ovarian cancer.
Meanwhile, in San Francisco, where they have implemented a vaccine mandate for all restaurants, one restaurant is not complying. In-N-Out Burger has been temporarily shut down by the city because they refused to be what they called the government’s vaccine police.
Lastly, the U.S. government has just launched a new $125 million project—alongside Washington State University and about a dozen different countries—to discover over 10,000 novel viruses in nature and to test them to see whether they are infectious to humans.
(Source: Facts Matter)