1. US President stand in Obiden, suggests more private-public joint vaxx mandates across the US
BREAKING: Biden says more cities should follow NYC & require proof of vaccination to patronize businesses
"I think they just need to give authority to those […] businesses to say; 'In order to come in, you have to give proof that you've been vaccinated, or you can't come in." pic.twitter.com/Ccn7zpEnrC
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) August 3, 2021
2. Australian Senator, Malcolm Roberts lashes parliament on Covid measures
This is absolutely EPIC.. Australian politician, Senator Malcolm Roberts delivering one of the greatest speeches in history. pic.twitter.com/RSmpKmWSxz
— Pelham_3 (@Resist_03) August 4, 2021
Here is one reply to that speech. Which dovetails with NY and Sweden’s use of drugs to kill elderly allegedly Covid patients.
The NHS decided to kill those who were old and SAGE decided to scare the proverbial out of the rest. Nice bunch. https://t.co/87FCzJXwud
— Nick Hudson (@NickHudsonCT) August 3, 2021
3. Rebel legal team in Oz crushes “Health Experts” in Covid regs case
(Their optimism worries me though, as it presupposes that courts actually seek justice based on law and reality. Is it still that way in the West?)
4. Florida Governor DeSantis pushes back on Fauci’s odd totalitarian “Faucian Dystopia”.
5.Bond villain actor Robert Davi will direct upcoming movie ‘My Son Hunter’ documenting the president’s son’s partying, addiction and business dealings and he says it’s ‘more nefarious than Watergate’
Upcoming film ‘My Son Hunter’ scored a Bond villain and ‘Die Hard’ FBI agent to direct the expose on the ‘nefarious’ life of the president’s son, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.
Robert Davi, 70, has signed on with conservative filmmakers and married couple Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney to direct the film because he feels the ‘conservative movement is lacking’ entertainment content to the level of the left.
‘There’s a lot of great films that people do, but they’re not as engaging as you would say that we have coming out of Hollywood, which is mostly the progressive left. And that’s just how it’s always been,’ Davi told DailyMail.com in a phone interview on Monday.
One of Davi’s biggest concerns is making sure the story of Hunter, 51, is told in a ‘tasteful’ way that ‘humanizes’ him and the struggles he went through, while also exposing the reality surrounding the son of the most powerful world leader.
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