Trudeau in Halifax, New border laws are Chinese level intrusive, Pilot codes rights after landing aircraft: Links 1, April 20, 2022

1. Justin Trudeau really has united the country in a way I have never seen before. Halifax:

2. Pilot testimony coded 6 minutes after landing his aircraft. He is up to date on his mRNA shots.

3. Earlier today, we posted a video of Dr. Andrew Bostom speaking about a bona fide Marxist in the RI Legislature, who wants to double tax the parents of children who refused the vaxx. This is pretty revealing. Here is a link to the news item, and here is a link to the video of Dr. Bostom on the Matt Allen show this morning.

If passed, the bill will financially cripple individuals by doubling their personal income tax and requiring them to pay a monthly fine of $50.

State Senator Samuel Bell is the lead legislator backing the bill, which mandates all Rhode Island residents, workers, and taxpayers receive a COVID-19 vaccine as well as any subsequent boosters that the state’s director of the department of health shall require.

The bill’s text can be read here.

4. Bill S-7 sets extremely low standards to seize and search phones at the border

Bill S-7, which recently passed its first reading in the Senate, would amend the Customs Act and give border agents the authority to digitally examine travellers’ phones and laptops and make copies of their emails, text messages, and photos when leaving or returning to Canada.

As per the legislation, border agents would be able to “examine documents, including emails, text messages, receipts, photographs or videos, that are stored on a personal digital device.” 

Officers would further be able to “make an electronic copy of a record or document if it is impossible or impractical to seize anything on which the record or document is stored or if seizing the thing is likely to degrade the record or document or make it unusable as evidence.”

This, of course, brings up innumerable concerns regarding Canadians’ privacy. And it’s obvious that while Bill S-7 refers to digital devices under the pretext of being goods, smartphones and laptops are much more.

Currently, according to the Canadian Border Services Agency’s website, “CBSA officers do not always examine digital devices. Our policy is to examine a device only if we think we will find evidence on it that border laws have been broken.”

“Reasons an officer might examine your digital device(s) include concerns regarding your admissibility or admissibility of your goods, identity, [or] failure to comply with Canadian laws or regulations.”

5. Dr. Steve Kirsch: My offer to share videos and blood clot tissue samples from multiple embalmers with the CDC and FDA

I don’t think they will want to see any evidence that the vaccines are causing death, but I want everyone to know that they were offered the evidence and refused to see it. Just for the record. Here’s the offer I made earlier today (at 12:20pm PST on April 20, 2022) to the CDC and FDA.

 

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2 Replies to “Trudeau in Halifax, New border laws are Chinese level intrusive, Pilot codes rights after landing aircraft: Links 1, April 20, 2022”

  1. Re item #5: While this is potentially huge, I can’t blindly accept the idea that these postmortem clots were caused by anything foreign. When anything with blood in it dies, clots can form throughout the circulatory system as the stagnant blood congeals. The size and number of clots depend on the individual’s blood composition, the surrounding environment, and the length of time between death and embalming (called “cold ischemic time”). It’s one thing to correlate the shots to the clots, but the vaxx is so common now that might be hard to make that jump from correlation to irrefutable fact. That is to say, we don’t really have a big enough control group to compare to the vaxxed bodies.

    tl;dr: My opinion is that the shots are dangerous, but I wouldn’t cite the postmortem clotting issue to support that opinion. There are too many variables at play there.

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