GoRight News You Might Have Missed – Week Of March 14, 2022

Written by on March 20, 2022

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Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist

 

? Under Biden deportations dropped 70% to a 26-year low

✅ 17 of the top 20 states with the lowest unemployment rates are led by Republican governors

? 62% of Americans say Biden can’t stop the Russia/Ukraine war from spreading to other countries

Sources: Just the News, RNC Research, Trafalgar

? 70% of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of gas prices

? 70% of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of inflation

? Tom Brady is returning to the NFL after retiring last month

? Barack Obama tested positive for covid

✅ 75% of people in the U.S. never tweet

⛽️ Record high national gas average: $4.325/gallon

Sources: ABC/Ipsos, ABC/Ipsos, ESPN, Daily Wire, Axios, AAA

? Producer price inflation rose 10% in February, an all-time high

? Kamala Harris’ husband tested positive for Covid

? Border patrol encountered 164,973 illegals in Feb, up 63% from last year

❎ 72% of workers who changed jobs during the pandemic regret quitting their original job

Sources: WSJ, NY Post, Fox News, The Muse

? Producer price inflation rose 10% in February, an all-time high

? Kamala Harris’ husband tested positive for Covid

? Border patrol encountered 164,973 illegals in Feb, up 63% from last year

❎ 72% of workers who changed jobs during the pandemic regret quitting their original job

Sources: WSJ, NY Post, Fox News, The Muse

? 66% of Americans think covid is little/no risk

✅ Walmart aims to hire 50k U.S. workers by May

Sources: n/a, Axios/Ipsos, WSJ

? Biden’s average approval: 41.5 approve, 53.5 disapprove

? Biden is considering removing Iran from the Foreign Terrorist watchlist

?? Just 1/3 of Americans approve of the U.S. taking 50k Ukrainian refugees

✈️ 54% think the U.S. should not enforce a no-fly zone in Ukraine, 32% say we should

Sources: Real Clear Politics, HotAir, Rasmussen, Quinnipiac

 

? Russian prosecutors have issued stern warnings to Western businesses operating in the country, threatening to arrest corporate leaders who criticize the Kremlin or to seize the assets of companies that pull out of the nation. Companies that received the warning include Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Procter and Gamble, IBM and Taco Bell. [Fox Business]

? Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said on Sunday that a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be necessary to continue to help keep hospitalizations manageable and sicknesses milder. [The Hill] lol…

?? Nearly 30 million people were under lockdown across China on Tuesday, as surging virus cases prompted the return of mass tests and hazmat-suited health officials to streets on a scale not seen since the start of the pandemic. [France 24]

? 67% of Americans say Disney is wrong to oppose Florida’s bill that bans teaching students in kindergarten through third grade about sexual orientation and gender identity. [Daily Wire]

❎ Republican lawmakers did not get enough votes to suspend the rules to move forward on California’s gas tax on Monday. They needed 54 votes and only got 18. Legislative Republicans called for the immediate suspension of California’s 51-cent per gallon gas tax in response to record-high gas prices. [ABC News, Sacramento]

✅ Two Seattle Antifa rioters were sentenced for the attempted arson of a Seattle police precinct. One of the rioters, who is the son of a former Democrat lawmaker, was also sentenced to five years in prison in the assault of a police officer with a metal baseball bat during race riots that rocked the city following the death of George Floyd in 2020. [Post Millennial]

? A Florida judge on Monday agreed to an order that permanently blocks the release of photos, video, and other records connected to the investigation of Bob Saget’s death. The permanent injunction was requested by the comedian’s family. [NY Post]

❎ Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday admitted that Ukraine is unlikely to join NATO, the Western security alliance that Russian President Vladimir Putin has demanded Ukraine never join. [The Hill]

?? Ukraine said Wednesday it has launched a counteroffensive against Russian forces encroaching on its capital, Kyiv, and other key cities, seeking to reverse the momentum of a war that is entering its fourth week. [WSJ]

✈️ The Senate on Tuesday voted 57-40 to overturn a federal requirement that passengers on U.S. airplanes and other modes of public transportation wear masks. If the bill passes in the House, Joe Biden has vowed to veto the bill. [Roll Call]

? Black Lives Matter co-founder and self-proclaimed Marxist Patrisse Cullors says she has visited hate crime hoaxer and disgraced actor Jussie Smollett in jail, where she found that he has been “sleeping on a restraint bed,” which she called “unacceptable.” Cullors is now urging the public to call the jail and demand that Smollett be freed. [Breitbart]

? Dr. Anthony Fauci was back on TV Monday, and declared that Americans will need to take more COVID vaccines, saying: “it is likely that we’re not done with this when it comes to vaccines.” [Zero Hedge]

? Pfizer and BioNTech have asked FDA to grant emergency use authorization for a fourth Covid-19 vaccine dose for people 65 and older amid fears of waning immunity ahead. [Politico]

? Rachel Levine, Bidens Deputy Secretary of HHS, has been named among USA Today’s “Women of the Year,” a distinction that flies in the face of biological reality because Levine is a biological man. [The Blaze]

? Parents of fifth-grade students at a San Antonio elementary school are outraged after they say their kids were segregated by hair color and shown a Spike Lee documentary during a lesson on racial discrimination. Students were segregated into two groups according to their hair color and then treated differently based on what group they fit into. [Fox News]

☀️ The U.S. Senate voted unanimously on Tuesday to make Daylight Savings Time permanent in what many say will make short winter days better with an extra added hour of sunshine in the afternoon. Next, it heads to the House. [Daily Wire]

? Russian prosecutors have issued stern warnings to Western businesses operating in the country, threatening to arrest corporate leaders who criticize the Kremlin or to seize the assets of companies that pull out of the nation. Companies that received the warning include Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Procter and Gamble, IBM and Taco Bell. [Fox Business]

? Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said on Sunday that a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be necessary to continue to help keep hospitalizations manageable and sicknesses more mild. [The Hill] lol…

?? Nearly 30 million people were under lockdown across China on Tuesday, as surging virus cases prompted the return of mass tests and hazmat-suited health officials to streets on a scale not seen since the start of the pandemic. [France 24]

? 67% of Americans say Disney is wrong to oppose Florida’s bill that bans teaching students in kindergarten through third grade about sexual orientation and gender identity. [Daily Wire]

❎ Republican lawmakers did not get enough votes to suspend the rules to move forward on California’s gas tax on Monday. They needed 54 votes and only got 18. Legislative Republicans called for the immediate suspension of California’s 51-cent per gallon gas tax in response to record-high gas prices. [ABC News, Sacramento]

✅ Two Seattle Antifa rioters were sentenced for the attempted arson of a Seattle police precinct. One of the rioters, who is the son of a former Democrat lawmaker, was also sentenced to five years in prison in the assault of a police officer with a metal baseball bat during race riots that rocked the city following the death of George Floyd in 2020. [Post Millennial]

? A Florida judge on Monday agreed to an order that permanently blocks the release of photos, video, and other records connected to the investigation of Bob Saget’s death. The permanent injunction was requested by the comedian’s family. [NY Post]

✅ Russian and Ukrainian officials gave their most upbeat assessments yet on Sunday of progress in their negotiations to end the war in Ukraine, suggesting there could be positive results within days. Ukraine has said it is willing to negotiate, but not to surrender or accept any ultimatums. [Reuters]

? A freelance journalist named Brent Renaud, who previously worked on New York Times projects, was killed covering the war in Ukraine, the Times and U.S. State Department confirmed on Sunday. [Axios]

? Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that it had put 81 people to death in what was the kingdom’s largest mass execution in years, despite recent promises to curb its use of the death penalty. [New York Times]

? Iran claimed responsibility Sunday for a barrage of ballistic missiles that hit northern Iraq just after midnight, striking several kilometers from a U.S. compound and drawing sharp condemnation from the Iraqi and U.S. capitals. [Washington Post] Here is footage of the bombing.

✅ Fourteen Republican attorneys general have sued the Biden administration for not responding to a Freedom of Information request related to the Department of Justice calling for surveillance of parents expressing opinions at school board meetings and other forums. [Just the News]

? The Biden regime gave a special national security briefing to 30 TikTok social media stars, offering them “key information” on the conflict in Ukraine. It’s Biden’s attempt to control the narrative on the conflict and use the influencers to spread his narrative.

❎ Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday admitted that Ukraine is unlikely to join NATO, the Western security alliance that Russian President Vladimir Putin has demanded Ukraine never join. [The Hill]

?? Ukraine said Wednesday it has launched a counteroffensive against Russian forces encroaching on its capital, Kyiv, and other key cities, seeking to reverse the momentum of a war that is entering its fourth week. [WSJ]

✈️ The Senate on Tuesday voted 57-40 to overturn a federal requirement that passengers on U.S. airplanes and other modes of public transportation wear masks. If the bill passes in the House, Joe Biden has vowed to veto the bill. [Roll Call]

? Black Lives Matter co-founder and self-proclaimed Marxist Patrisse Cullors says she has visited hate crime hoaxer and disgraced actor Jussie Smollett in jail, where she found that he has been “sleeping on a restraint bed,” which she called “unacceptable.” Cullors is now urging the public to call the jail and demand that Smollett be freed. [Breitbart]

? Dr. Anthony Fauci was back on TV Monday, and declared that Americans will need to take more COVID vaccines, saying: “it is likely that we’re not done with this when it comes to vaccines.” [Zero Hedge]

? Pfizer and BioNTech have asked FDA to grant emergency use authorization for a fourth Covid-19 vaccine dose for people 65 and older amid fears of waning immunity ahead. [Politico]

? Rachel Levine, Bidens Deputy Secretary of HHS, has been named among USA Today’s “Women of the Year,” a distinction that flies in the face of biological reality because Levine is a biological man. [The Blaze]

? Parents of fifth-grade students at a San Antonio elementary school are outraged after they say their kids were segregated by hair color and shown a Spike Lee documentary during a lesson on racial discrimination. Students were segregated into two groups according to their hair color and then treated differently based on what group they fit into. [Fox News]

☀️ The U.S. Senate voted unanimously on Tuesday to make Daylight Savings Time permanent in what many say will make short winter days better with an extra added hour of sunshine in the afternoon. Next, it heads to the House. [Daily Wire]

? Federal Reserve officials voted to lift interest rates (by .25%) and penciled in six more increases by year’s end, the most aggressive pace in more than 15 years, in an escalating effort to slow inflation that is running at its highest levels in four decades. Officials signaled they expect to lift the rate to nearly 2% by the end of this year. [WSJ] Many economists, including Obama’s Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, think this was too weak and recommended a 0.5% increase in order to fight inflation.

? Convicted felon Jussie Smollett was ordered to be released from jail on Wednesday pending appeal of his 150-day sentence that went into effect last week for staging a hate crime hoax against himself and lying to law enforcement about it. [Daily Wire]

?? A powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Fukushima in northern Japan on Wednesday night, smashing furniture, knocking out power and killing four people. A small tsunami reached shore, but the low-risk advisory was lifted by Thursday morning. [AP]

? NASA will begin the first rollout of its massive 365ft mega-rocket, SLS, in preparation for the first Artemis moon mission later this summer. This rollout is for the first full ‘wet dress rehearsal’, where they conduct the final prelaunch test, including loading the SLS propellant tanks and conducting a launch countdown under similar circumstances to the real launch later in the year. The mission plans to take the first woman and first person of color to the Moon in 2025. [Daily Mail]

? Kanye West, has been temporarily suspended from posting on Instagram after attacking Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, and Trevor Noah. will not be able to post, comment or send direct messages on his account for 24 hours. [USA Today]

? A high-profile social justice activist in Boston and her husband used a nonprofit they founded to scam at least $185,000 from donors who included a Black Lives Matter. Monica Cannon-Grant and Clark Grant allegedly treated their Violence in Boston organization as a personal piggy bank to pay for rent, shopping sprees, delivery meals, visits to a nail salon and a summer vacation trip to Maryland. [NY Post]

? Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is seeking at least $125 million from his old employer, claiming the network wrongfully terminated him and smeared his journalistic integrity in the process. [WSJ]

? Donald Trump ruled out again picking Mike Pence as his running mate in a hypothetical but heavily hinted at 2024 run. “I haven’t spoken to him in a long time.” [Bongino Report]

? Federal Reserve officials voted to lift interest rates (by .25%) and penciled in six more increases by year’s end, the most aggressive pace in more than 15 years, in an escalating effort to slow inflation that is running at its highest levels in four decades. Officials signaled they expect to lift the rate to nearly 2% by the end of this year. [WSJ] Many economists, including Obama’s Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, think this was too weak and recommended a 0.5% increase in order to fight inflation.

? Convicted felon Jussie Smollett was ordered to be released from jail on Wednesday pending appeal of his 150-day sentence that went into effect last week for staging a hate crime hoax against himself and lying to law enforcement about it. [Daily Wire]

?? A powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Fukushima in northern Japan on Wednesday night, smashing furniture, knocking out power, and killing four people. A small tsunami reached shore, but the low-risk advisory was lifted by Thursday morning. [AP]

? NASA will begin the first rollout of its massive 365ft mega-rocket, SLS, in preparation for the first Artemis moon mission later this summer. This rollout is for the first full ‘wet dress rehearsal’, where they conduct the final prelaunch test, including loading the SLS propellant tanks and conducting a launch countdown under similar circumstances to the real launch later in the year. The mission plans to take the first woman and first person of color to the Moon in 2025. [Daily Mail]

? Kanye West, has been temporarily suspended from posting on Instagram after attacking Kim Kardashian, Pete Davidson, and Trevor Noah. will not be able to post, comment, or send direct messages on his account for 24 hours. [USA Today]

? A high-profile social justice activist in Boston and her husband used a nonprofit they founded to scam at least $185,000 from donors who included a Black Lives Matter. Monica Cannon-Grant and Clark Grant allegedly treated their Violence in Boston organization as a personal piggy bank to pay for rent, shopping sprees, delivery meals, visits to a nail salon, and a summer vacation trip to Maryland. [NY Post]

? Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is seeking at least $125 million from his old employer, claiming the network wrongfully terminated him and smeared his journalistic integrity in the process. [WSJ]

? Donald Trump ruled out again picking Mike Pence as his running mate in a hypothetical but heavily hinted at 2024 run. “I haven’t spoken to him in a long time.” [Bongino Report]

☎️ Joe Biden will talk by phone with Chinese President Xi Jinping today at 9 a.m. ET. The pair will address the Russia-Ukraine war, competition between China and the U.S., and other topics, the White House said. [Fox News] Biden reportedly requested to speak with Xi, which is seen through international eyes as a sign of deference and weakness by Biden.

✅ The Justice Department is investigating Hunter Biden for foreign lobbying violations related to his overseas business dealings — likely in places such as China, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan — in addition to scrutinizing his taxes. [Washington Examiner]

? A group of top European Union financial regulators is warning investors that they must face the possibility of losing all their money in crypto assets. [Coindesk]

? Brittney Griner pled not guilty in a Russian court on Thursday … and will remain in custody for AT LEAST another two months after they extended the arrest of the WNBA star, who’s accused of bringing drugs into the country. [TMZ]

? Federal law enforcement officials revealed this week that they had charged five alleged Chinese spies for carrying out harassment campaigns against U.S. residents who were critical of the communist Chinese government. [Daily Wire]

?‍♀️ Transgender University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, a biological male who competes in women’s swimming, won a 500-yard freestyle at the 2022 NCAA Championships. [The Blaze] Here’s Lia’s interview with ESPN after the race…

❎ Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, who is President Joe Biden’s nominee for the Supreme Court, cited Critical Race Theory founder Derrick Bell and the controversial “1619 Project” as inspirations during a lecture in 2020. [Breitbart]

? About 400 bulletproof vests destined for Ukraine were stolen from a New York City nonprofit organization that’s been leading an effort to collect and ship tactical gear to people in the warzone. [NBC News]

 

LIST OF KNOWN NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH SATANIC CULTURES / PEDOPHILIA / TRAFFICKING IN CHILDREN IN AMERICA:

● Hillary Clinton
● Bill Clinton
● George Nader (businessman)
● Huma Aberdin
● Laura Silsby
● Rachel Chandler
● Jeffrey Epstein
● Ghislaine Maxwell
● John Podesta
● Michael Podesta
● James Alefantis
● Anthony Wiener
● Leslie Wexner (president of Limited Inc)
● Herbert Strauss
● Isidor Strauss
● Martin A. Nowak
● Steven Spielberg
● Edgar Bronfman Sr. (president of Seagram)
● Charles Bronfman (Seagram Co)
● Michael Steinhardt (former hedge fund manager)
● Sara Bronfman
● Clare Bronfman
● Niles Lehman (Profesor de Portland Universidad Estatal)
● Seth Roger
● Ruth Ginsberg
● Alison Mack
● Rachel Chandler
● Robert Maxwell
● Wendi Murdoch
● Jonathan Cheban
● Naomi Campbell
● Maximiliam Futter
● Val Kilmer
● Marina Abramovic

LIST OF HOLLYWOOD PEDO NAMES:

● Steven Spielberg
● Kevin Spacey
● Alison Mac
● Marc Collins-Principal (Den Founder)
● Chad Shackley
● Brock Pierce
● David Geffen
● Tom Hanks
● Dustin Hoffman
● Andrew Kreisberg (American television writer) , producer)
● Bryan Singer
● Harvey Weinstein
● Bob Weinstein
● Roman Polanski
● Ruma Hazard
● Charlie Sheen
● Madonna
● Kate Perry
● Miley Cyrus
● Errol Flynn
● Billy Graham
● Walt Disney
● Michael Laney (former vice president of Walt Disney)
● James Gunn (Disney)

LIST OF NAMES OF CELEBS ASSOCIATED WITH DEEP, CIA, AND MOSSAD:
● Heidi Fleiss
● Jeffrey Epstein

LIST OF NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH SATANIC CULTS:

● Alison Mack
● Stormy Daniels
● Rachel Chandler
● Ghislaine Maxwell

LIST OF NAMES WHO WERE VISITORS TO THE ISLAND OF EPSTEIN:

● Ghislaine Maxwell
● Chris Tucker
● Larry Summers
● Lisa Summers
● Bill Murray
● Bill Hammond
● Ehud Barak
● Andrés Pastrana (former president of Colombia 1998-2002)
● Jean Luc Brunel
● Doug Band
● Ron Burkle
● Woody Allen
● Sarah Kellen
● Ray Barzanna
● Sandy Burger
● Andrea Mitrovitch
● Peter Marino
● Shelley Lewis
● Paul Hala (t) (d) a
● Richardo Legoretta
● Tom Pritzker
● Kelly Spamm
● Tiffany Gramza
● Claire Hazel
● Paula Epstein
● Mark Epstein
● Ralph Elison
● Sophie Biddle
● Audrey Raimbault
● Shelley Harrison
● Melinda Luntz
● Gwendolyn Beck
● Albert Pinto
● Linda Pinto
● Gary Roxburgh
● Mandy Elison
● Jean Michelle Gathy
● Virginia Roberts
● Kristy Rodgers (Kristina Real Rodgers)
● Greg Holbert
● Alyssa Rodgers
● Juliette Bryant
● Heather Mann
● Ed Tuttle
● Glen Dubin
● Ellen Spencer
● Chris Wagner
● Casey Wasserman
● Laura Wasserman
● Paul Mellon
● Oliver Sachs
● Henry Rosovsky
● Lynn Forester (de Rothschild)
● Joe Pagano
● Naomi Campbell
● Nicole Junkermann
● Rodney Slater
● Magali Blachon (Deperrier)
● Svetlana Griaznova
● Emmy Tayler
● Larry Visoski
● Teala Davies
● Juan (Pablo) Molyneux
● Freya Willemoes) Wissing
● Adam Perry Lang
● Fleur Perry Lang
● Caren Casey
● Hank Coller
● Cindy López
● Mark Lloyd
● Alan Dershowitz
● Seth Green
● James Gunn
● Steven Spielberg
● Tom Hanks
● Steven Colbert
● Jimmy Kimmel
● Barack Obama
● Kevin Spacey
● Kathy Griffin
● Oprah Winfrey
● Shawn Carter
● Beyoncé Knowles
● Anthony Kiedis
● John Legend
● Chrissy Tiegen
● Jim Carrey
● Steven Tyler
● Ben Affleck
● Stephen Collins
● Will Ferrell
● Aliaune Damala Badara Thiam (Akon)
● Marshall Affairs
● Jeffrey Jones
● Victor Salva
● Mark Collins Principal
● Charlie Sheen
● Tyler Grasham
● Madonna Ciccone
● Katheryn Hudson
● Gwen Stefani
● Stefani Germanotta
● James Franco
● Will Smith
● Justin Roland
● John Cusack
● Anderson Cooper
● Demi Moore
● Brian Affleck
● Meryl Streep
● Wanda Sykes
● Chelsea Handler
● Michelle Wolf
● David Yarovesky
● Pharrell Williams
● Quentin Tarantino
● Courtney Love
● Alec Baldwin
● Robert Downey Jr.
● Disney Corporation (Offers children “scuba diving” trips to Epstein Island).
Epstein flight registration documents

Everyday Morning Consult

https://morningconsult.com/consumer-confidence-dashboard

surveys 6,000 Americans to track U.S. consumer confidence. This score hit the all-time low. The previous low was in March of 2020 as the entire country shut down due to covid.

Let that sink in: Joe Biden has screwed things up so badly that Americans’ confidence in our economy is lower today than it was when we literally shut down the economy.

 

This simple equation is inspired by conservative YouTuber An0maly:
In the latest federal budget, Congress allocated $14 billion dollars for Ukraine.
During the first 6 months of covid, an estimated 100,000 U.S. restaurants went out of business because of government lockdowns
Instead of sending money to Ukraine, Congress could have given each of those small, American businesses $140,000 to help them survive.

But Congress cares more about their geopolitical power 5,000 miles away than they care about you and your small business.

 

Almost 2 full fucking years

2 years of these evil cunts claiming it was Russian disinformation, now it’s a fact that they lied. Doesn’t feel good to be vindicated after being gaslit, getting called a conspiracy theorist, and mocked. We won’t see one apology. We won’t see one retraction, they’ll get to keep accusing dissenters of lying and the people will gobble that shit up. America has fallen to traitors and tyrants.

 

 

Reddit can’t handle the AZOV pill

DOWNVOTED BECAUSE UKRAINE BASED AND FUCK MONKE

http://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/367731283

 

 

 

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