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Boston Globe reporter fabricated news coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing… internal investigation launched

April 23, 2018 -

Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen apparently made up all sorts of information about the incident that he published in his columns over the past five years. And sports radio network WEEI recently brought it all to light, prompting the Boston Globe to put Cullen on administrative leave.

According to WEEI, many of Cullen's supposed recollections of the horrific scenes that he says took place that day were completely fabricated. He's repeatedly made claims ...

Insanity: Boston Globe op-ed calls for doxxing all gun owners, which would give criminals real-time intelligence on where to steal firearms

July 08, 2021 -

The paper's editorial board recounted recent efforts by journalists and news organizations to obtain the names, addresses and, presumably, the kind of guns owned by concealed carry holders. The board noted that one of the earliest efforts to obtain that information by the San Francisco Chronicle prompted one California sheriff to take to Facebook to alert CCW holders he was about to turn over their info to the paper because he had no choice: It was state law.

The post led ...

1,000-plus doctors, scientists sign Hope Accord calling for SUSPENSION of all mRNA jabs

3 days ago -

In order for health professionals to reclaim any semblance of medical ethics and set the record straight that mRNA technology is dangerous an unsuitable for use in medicine, Dr. Malhotra is urging everyone who cares, including our readers, to sign the Hope Accord.

"In 2015, the editor-in-chief of The Lancet, Richard Horton, wrote a chilling commentary in which he claimed that possibly half of all the medical literature may simply be untrue," Dr. Malhotra says in the video ...

New study links COVID-19 vaccines to autoimmune-related sudden hair loss

8 days ago -

The study analyzed dozens of cases of this type of hair loss, many of which were linked to the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and showed up less than a month after receiving the jabs. It was published in the European Journal of Medical Research.

With alopecia areata, hair falls out in patches, some of which can eventually connect and enlarge. It typically affects the scalp, although people can also experience it on other parts of their body, including their face, arms, legs, chest ...

The invasion and occupation of America is well under way: An interview with “TREASON” film producer JJ Carrell

12 days ago -

Mike Adams: All right, welcome to today's interview here on I'm Mike Adams, the founder of Brighteon, and today we're joined by a filmmaker, JJ Carrell, whose new film “Treason” has been creating a tremendous amount of buzz because, well, for a number of reasons. It tells the truth about what's happening to our country, but also in a recent clip featured a woman he interviewed as part of his film, talking about the funding and logistics for the construction of what ...

Study finds humans, not climate change, responsible for extinction of hundreds of megafauna species over the last 50,000 years

13 days ago -

The answer to the question of whether humans or so-called climate change was responsible for the extinction of hundreds of large animal species has stumped researchers for decades.

By "large," researchers were referring to animals weighing at least 45 kilograms, known collectively as megafauna. During this period, at least 161 species of mammals went extinct, based on the remains discovered so far.

The biggest animals, especially land-dwelling herbivores weighing over ...

‘Alarming’ levels of toxins found in Stouffer’s, other frozen meals – Mercola

15 days ago -

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By the mid-20th century, America became more industrialized and many people moved to urban areas for jobs. This shift reduced the ability to grow and source food locally, increasing reliance on commercially produced foods. By the late 20th century, the food industry continued to innovate, creating ultraprocessed foods designed for convenience, taste, long shelf life and profits — not nutrition.

Aggressive marketing campaigns ...

Southwest Airlines’ Boeing 737 PLUNGES to less than 500 feet above the ground, terrifying Oklahoma residents

16 days ago -

A Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft plummeted to less than 500 feet off the ground over Oklahoma, leaving residents terrified.

According to flight data, Southwest Airlines Flight 4069, which was on the way to Oklahoma City from Las Vegas, flew as low as 450 feet above Yukon while on a final approach to Will Rogers World Airport just after midnight on June 19.

Doorbell camera footage caught the Boeing 737 hovering above several houses in the area before it flew out of frame....

North Korea suspected of conducting HYPERSONIC MISSILE test

17 days ago -

The South Korean military's Joint Chiefs of Staff reported that the launch occurred from an area near Pyongyang at approximately 5:30 am local time on June 26.

Seoul believes the missile, likely aimed at the waters off North Korea's eastern coast, was a hypersonic missile that failed its test, as it exploded after traveling around 155 miles. A statement from the Japanese Ministry of Defense confirmed the launch and noted that the missile reached an altitude of about 62 miles ...

Independent media spreads fearmongering rhetoric to pave way for “BIRD FLU plandemic”

17 days ago -

Kit Knightly of Off-Guardian, cited how some "alternative news outlets" spread the narrative that health authorities are not that concerned about the spread of the H5N1 and that they are "not testing enough."

According to Salon, which published a 3000-word article about bird flu, experts have said that cases are likely flying under the radar. "So far this year, three Americans have been infected by H5N1 viruses that started in cows, and all of them recovered, but some experts ...

Age of rage: America’s anti-free speech movement forces us again to choose between our rights and our rage

20 days ago -

(Article republished from

Here is the column:As the nation heads into the July 4th holiday, we have rarely been more divided as a people. Ironically, we are still debating the core values that define us, particularly the right to free speech. Indeed, “debate” hardly captures the rising anger and animosity from campuses to Congress. That is also nothing new.

While I have called this “an age of rage,” it is not our first. The United States was born ...

Casual dining restaurant chain Hooters CLOSES several locations nationwide as “restaurant apocalypse” worsens

22 days ago -

The closures appear to impact Hooters locations in 14 states. According to Hooters' owner Nord Bay Capital, economic challenges such as rising food, labor and rent costs are to blame for the shutdown of so-called "under-performing stores."

But based on a report by Richmond, Virginia news channel WRIC 8, up to 41 locations may have closed recently. While the precise dates of closure for each establishment remain unclear, these locations have been removed from Hooters' official ...

Ecuadorian illegal assaults 13-year-old girl in broad daylight in New York park

22 days ago -

The suspect, 25-year-old Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi, has been charged with predatory sexual assault, first-degree rape, two counts of second-degree kidnapping, two counts of first-degree robbery, second-degree rape, first-degree sexual abuse, obstructing governmental administration and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl in Kissen Park in Queens on June 13.

According to the videotaped confession of Inga-Landi, he ...

Whistleblower doctor refuses to be intimidated by gov’t after exposing transgender surgeries on minors

23 days ago -

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Dr. Eithan Haim, who identified himself earlier this year as the anonymous whistleblower who provided evidence of the ongoing so-called “sex-change procedures” for children as young as 11 to Manhattan Institute journalist Christopher Rufo last year, went on the Steve Bannon Show to discuss the federal government’s efforts to put him behind bars for “upholding his oath as a doctor” “to do no harm.”

“Just ...

Update from Japan on the biological tsunami about to strike across the globe

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(Article by Michael Yon republished from

"Those who become infected are being referred to as "replicons" They will go on to infect everyone who gets near them and will in turn infect others.

The term "Replicons" will be the term used to describe those who take the shot and replicate the spike shedding and cause massive infection in other people who they come into contact with us.

The globalists are planning to inject thousands with a ...

George Soros seeks help of Dem-controlled FCC to expedite his takeover of America’s second-largest radio network

24 days ago -

According to a New York Post article, Soros pumped $400 million into the radio outlet Audacy in February. The said network reaches 165 million monthly listeners and includes a handful of conservative shows from hosts including Sean Hannity, Dana Loesch, Mark Levin, Glenn Beck and Erick Erickson.

A source with knowledge of the deal told the news outlet that the idea that "Soros is buying hundreds of local radio stations right before a national election and will keep broadcasting ...

A hundred illegals have made Boston’s Logan International Airport their home

a month ago -

Around 100 people, including many children, have started sleeping on cots at the airport's international terminal – a scene reminiscent of similar situations at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Videos shot by local news outlets show dozens of migrants huddled in hats and blankets, lying next to their belongings.

Massachusetts State Police officers have been working overtime to patrol the area. Gov. Maura Healey has even publicly criticized the administration of President ...

Mexican illegal previously DEPORTED 16 TIMES charged for fatal vehicle crash that killed Colorado man

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Mexican Ignacio Cruz-Mendoza, 47, faces multiple charges – including vehicular homicide, vehicular assault, reckless driving and driving without a commercial driver's license. The charges stem from an incident that resulted in the death of Scott Miller, 64, a resident of Bailey, Colorado.

According to the Colorado State Patrol, Cruz-Mendoza was driving a semi-truck for the Indio, California-based Monique Trucking on Highway 285 near Conifer, Colorado. The truck veered off ...

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