Died Suddenly Garners Criticism

Died Suddenly Garners Criticism — Died Suddenly, the widely watched documentary concerning the consequences of the Covid vax, is getting criticism from reputable places.

Dr. Robert Malone, who is gold standard for all things vax, has just published a Substack article saying the film is flawed. He is basing this on reporting by Dr. Josh Guetzkow who is Senior Lecturer in Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Guetzkow takes no issue with the claims by morticians and embalmers about fibrous blood clots being removed from the recently deceased. He calls them truly horrifying. He says, however, that the claim of a massive drop in Australian births is due to delays in data input by the government, and the high miscarriage rate in the Pfizer report to FDA is also a misrepresentation.

Guetzkow also said Microsoft founder Bill Gates 2010 Ted Talk statement can be considered with nuance.

The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s headed up to about nine billion,” Gates said. “Now, if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by, perhaps, 10 or 15 percent.

Women have fewer babies when child mortality drops and maybe that’s what Gates meant about promoting vaccines, Guetzkow said.

Well, Ok. Maybe. Guess that’s one way of looking at it if you want to be charitable.

On the other hand:

Smirking and giggling in triumph at the death of the guy with the dirt is not a good look.

And Steve Kirsch does not really repudiate the film in this post as Guetzkow implies.

He actually sort of defends the film.

Anyway, it’s good to have a debate and let all sides get aired.

Died Suddenly Garners Criticism
There isn’t dispute that this new type of clot is now being frequently found by embalmers
Died Suddenly Garners Criticism

Association of men who will not quarrel William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-26-22

Association of men who will not quarrel William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-26-22

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Association of men who will not quarrel William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-26-22Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: An association of men who will not quarrel with one another is a thing which has never yet existed, from the greatest confederacy of nations down to a town meeting or a vestry.
Thomas Jefferson

Association of men who will not quarrel William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-26-22

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Thanksgiving Day is a jewel William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-25-22

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Thanksgiving Day is a jewelAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Thanksgiving Day is a jewel, to set in the hearts of honest men; but be careful that you do not take the day, and leave out the gratitude.
E.P. Powell

Thanksgiving Day is a jewel William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-25-22

We Could Have Had a Better Man Than Fetterman

We Could Have Had a Better Man Than Fetterman

By Bob Small

Alternative history can be a tricky concept. I suspect both major parties, if they had use of a Tardis would want to redo the 2022 PA Senate primary, and select different U.S. senatorial candidates. Dave McCormick comes to mind, and you can fill in any name for Fetterman. Watching the one lone debate between Fetterman and Oz made me glad we only had one to watch.

There were any number of alternative-party and write-in candidates, who, unfortunately, had the same chance as any Republican running in Swarthmore — that is, zero to none.

We Could Have Had a Better Man Than Fetterman

However, when I came across one Everett Stern, I had to stop and wish it were possible. This is the same Everett Stern who blew the whistle on his employer, HSBC Bank which was discovered to be only aiding drug dealers and terrorist groups. The story was profiled in the Netflix documentary “Dirty Money” and in a  Rolling Stone  article.

Stern is also the founder and director of Tactical Rabbit, a private Intelligence agency.

Stern’s postions were:

On gun control: I believe in keeping weapons out of the hands of criminals and in the hands of law-abiding citizens.

On national defense: It also means not getting into wars that are not in the interests of the U.S. and its allies, which he sees as “a waste of blood and treasure”, that diverts “funding and investment” from our critically important problems and challenges”.

On personal responsibility and rights: It is not the responsibility of government to pressure corporations like Facebook and Twitter to restrict the speech of those of whom they do not approve.

However, Stern “decided” not to run, in favor of endorsing Fetterman. Undoubtedly, there is some hidden history there.

It is to be hoped that some of the better candidates who were defeated, such as Frank Agovino and too many others to mention, will choose to run for office again.

Full disclosure: I saw the line “a better man than Fetterman” on a Dr. Oz sign.

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Human progress is neither automatic William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-24-22

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Human progress is neither automaticAnswer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable… Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Died Suddenly Documentary

Died Suddenly Documentary — Died Suddenly, a just-released documentary by Matthew Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer, can be found at


It concerns the dramatic rise in the number of people who are dying suddenly.

It’s already been watched by 5.16 million people over the last two days.

Watch it yourself and tell a friend.

Died Suddenly Documentary
An example of the strange new blood clots funeral workers are finding in the recently deceased

Why Were Chinese On Oklahoma Pot Farm?

Why Were Chinese On Oklahoma Pot Farm? — Four Chinese nationals were murdered, Sunday, Nov. 20, on a marijuana farm in Oklahoma.

Why were citizens of the PRC working on a marijuana farm in Midamerica?

Is it related to their partnership with Mexican drug cartels and the importation of fentanyl?

How about a connection with the massive influx of illegal immigrants over the Southern border that has occurred during the last two years? There were  at least 230,678 known October encounters there, exclusive of nearly 1 million known gotaways, compared to 159,113 last October and 69,032 in October 2020.

Do open borders and the widespread use of fentanyl weaken and demoralize this nation?

Is there a reason why the Chinese and Mexican drug lords might want to do this?

Why haven’t our authorities made a serious attempt to stop this? Can you say “10 percent for the Big Guy?”

Why Were Chinese On Oklahoma Pot Farm?
Why Were Chinese On Oklahoma Pot Farm?

15-Term House Member Upset in Chesco

15-Term House Member Upset in Chesco

By Bob Small

There were five incumbents who won’t be returning to the Pa House after the results of November’s election. Two of them, one from each party, were incumbents of three decades’ standing.

Democrat Paul F. Friel, Jr., won 55.6 percent of the total votes, while incumbent Timothy F. Hennessey garnered only 44.24 percent.

Timothy F. Hennessey was first elected to Pennsylvania House District 26 in 1992. Bob Casey, Sr., was then the governor. The newly redistricted PA House District 26 now covers Phoenixville and 10 other Chesco municipalities. 

Friel cited many factors for his victory, including the redistricting of House seats to favor the Democrats, the importance of the abortion issue, and the appeal of the individual candidates at the top of the ticket.

Timothy F. Hennessey has been active throughout his terms in office. Most recently, his safe-driving bill was  signed into law. In addition, along with others, he advocated for funding for Montgomery County’s New Missions Child Advocacy Center, and he has been involved with other issues including the issue of driverless cars. See his website for more details.

On Dec. 4, 2021, Hennessey was one of the 64 Republicans who signed a four-point objections bill challenging Pennsylvania’s electoral votes in Congress on Janury 6. Hennessey was later quoted as saying he was “shocked and appalled by”  the violence of January 6. He went on to say “the election is over, Biden won”.

Friel is a member of the Owen J. Roberts (OJR) School Board. He says OJR hasn’t been caught up in CRT (Critical Race Theory) or gender and trans issues. In fact, OJR   hasn’t changed its stance on these policies for at least a decade.

The other long-term State House incumbent to lose his position on Nov. 8 was Democrat Chris Sainato of Lawrence County in the 9th District.

15-Term House Member Upset in Chesco
15-Term House Member Upset in Chesco

Congress Makes Last-Ditch Amnesty Push

Congress Makes Last-Ditch Amnesty Push

By Joe Guzzardi

Emboldened by their better-than-anticipated mid-term election performance, the Democratic Party is entering the Lame Duck session with an aggressive agenda that includes one of it favorite goals – amnesty. Democrats will control the Upper Chamber during the 118th Congress, but the GOP by the narrowest margin – a handful of seats – will have the edge in the House.

The Democrats’ strong showing inspired President Biden to unequivocally pronounce that he plans to do “nothing“ differently during the two years that remain in his first term. Biden interprets the election results as an endorsement of his policies, especially at the border and with his quest to legalize as many illegal aliens as possible.

The status quo, especially as it relates to enforcement, is exactly what’s happening. Just days after Biden’s stand pat commitment, the Border Patrol reported that agents had at least 230,678 known October encounters, exclusive of nearly 1 million known gotaways, compared to 159,113 last October and 69,032 in October 2020. The October 2022 total, driven by Cubans and Nicaraguans, is the highest in Department of Homeland Security history.

Immediately after the Thanksgiving recess, all eyes will be focused on the Lame Duck session that will provide a chance for Biden to finalize his legislative objective. And Republicans may be willing to lend a helping hand, a possibility enhanced with the re-election of pro-amnesty Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Although amnesty goes against most Americans’ wishes, Congress dismisses voters’ concerns, and presses on.

Common sense dictates that already present illegal aliens shouldn’t be granted amnesty until, at a minimum, the DHS seals the border against the new illegal alien wave that includes thousands of unaccompanied minors. But looking ahead to a possible 2024 re-election bid, the president’s advisors are scratching together a possible slogan, “Promises Kept.” Since immigration doesn’t fall into the “kept” category, at least in the White House’s view, Biden’s advisors perceive the need to forge ahead on amnesty.

Earlier this year, the House laid amnesty’s foundation when it passed the American Dream and Promise Act and the Farm Workforce Modernization Act, amnesty for about 2.1 million illegally present farm workers. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – DACA – and farm workers are the two top amnesty priorities. Democrats have already written a game plan to send DACA legislation to the Senate that would amnesty more than 4 million illegal immigrants before their House majority expires. A sidebar: legislation to grant amnesty to deferred action recipients has, since 2001 when it was first introduced, consistently failed to get congressional majorities.

Just behind deferred action legalization’s priority are the farm workers who would be tied, if the amnesty passes, to agricultural employment for years – indentured servitude – with the carrot being eventual citizenship. Despite the bill’s title which suggests modernization, no such feature is included. Modernization means using artificial intelligence, the bane of donors who support keeping the ag industry dependent on cheap, stoop labor.

Both DACA and the farm act require ten Senate yeas which the House is unlikely to get. Without the ten necessary upper chamber votes, amnesty advocates could attach either or both DACA and the farm act to must-pass, omnibus legislation – the landmine that immigration restrictionists most fear.

Congress Makes Last-Ditch Amnesty Push

Nothing stops the amnesty lobby – not 9/11, not the mortgage crisis and not dismal employment markets. When amnesty advocates have friends in high places such as the White House, the Senate and the House, pressure for passing amnesty is, as proven during the days leading to the 2022 Lame Duck, intense. Amnesty recipients obtain lifetime valid employment permits, a coveted affirmative benefit that expands the labor market and hinders blue-collar Americans, including blacks, Hispanics and other minorities, the constituency that Congress deceivingly purports to care about.

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Joe Guzzardi is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist who writes about immigration and related social issues. Joe joined Progressives for Immigration Reform in 2018 as an analyst after a ten-year career directing media relations for Californians for Population Stabilization, where he also was a Senior Writing Fellow. A native Californian, Joe now lives in Pennsylvania. Contact him at jguzzardi@pfirdc.org.

Congress Makes Last-Ditch Amnesty Push

Thought they would get one of us William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 11-23-22

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