After a Wednesday hearing on COVID-19’s origins, the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Epidemic heard testimony from lawmakers and medical experts who called for further investigation.
Senate Votes Unanimously To Declassify COVID-19 Origins
Wednesday night, two Republican senators announced that their measure mandating the Biden administration to declassify intelligence about the origins of COVID-19 had been unanimously approved by the U.S. Senate.
Cotton Stated That The American Left Launched A Conspiracy Of Silence Against The People
Although he was accused of conspiracy-mongering, the Arkansas Republican stated that individuals on the left were involved in a “conspiracy of silence.”
Rand Paul Accuses Hospitals Of Refusing Lifesaving Care To Unvaccinated Patients
Republican Kentucky Senator Rand Paul filed new legislation that would prohibit funding for healthcare facilities that refuse lifesaving care to unvaccinated patients. Paul stated that to ensure that medical facilities live up to their responsibilities, “The COVID-19 Vaccination Non-Discrimination Act” proposes withholding government money from those who do not adhere to certain vaccination policies.
The Biden Administration Pressured Twitter to Suppress Tweets that did not Follow the CCD Guidelines
The latest chapter in the “Twitter Files” controversy has shown how Big Tech advanced its goals by working hand in hand with the Biden administration. This time, it’s about Twitter’s efforts, in conjunction with the Biden administration, to quell the dissemination of what it called “misinformation” concerning COVID-19.
Update: Republicans Celebrate NDAA Victories! Eliminating Vax Requirement and More.
The $858 billion defense bill, which will regulate military and defense spending in 2023, has been enacted by Congress, and Republicans are celebrating several achievements, including increased protection for federal judges and more funding to combat Russia and China.
Fauci leaves in December
It was announced Monday that Dr. Anthony Fauci, who became a household name during the COVID-19 pandemic and was the target of partisan attacks, will leave the federal government in December. Fauci was with the US government for five decades.