Dr David Martin Condemns Vax-Pushing Corporate CEOs: They Are Committing ‘Terrorism’ Against Their Own Employees

Dr David E Martin joins Mike Adams during this latest phase of the Plandemic, in which tens of thousands of First Responders are being forced to resign and in which several large businesses and labor unions putting up a fight against this insane tyranny. “We have a situation where it’s very clear that the plans that were laid out by the World Health Organization in the ‘World at Risk’ scenario for the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board in September of 2019 – and for people who haven’t read it, I encourage you to read it because this is the playbook. We are playing through the whole playbook. THIS IS A TEST “What we’re trying to do is we’re trying to see exactly how far people will respond, on what level of motivation. So we started out with the pretend, ‘Oh, this is for your neighbor’s interest, this is for your grandmother’s interest.’ So we appeal to some of that familial guilt and shaming – and we got a certain number of the population that way – and then, we upped the ante, we decided that when grandma doesn’t work, we’re going to free beer and donuts, so we did the

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Pollak: Democrats Threatened to Pack the Court Long Before Ginsburg's Death

Democrats are threatening to abolish the filibuster and pack the Supreme Court if President Donald Trump and the Senate Republicans confirm a replacement for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on Friday. Some are also threatening to add the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico as states — which means adding four Democrat seats to the Senate — in response. Dems aren’t powerless. They can: 1. Abolish filibuster. 2. Statehood for DC, PR. 3. Increase # of federal judges. 4. Add 3 Justices to #SCOTUS. My @NewYorker columnhttps://t.co/wmJ88Vxvkt — Jeffrey Toobin (@JeffreyToobin) September 19, 2020 But Democrats have been threatening to do these things for months — long before Ginsburg’s passing. The idea of packing the Supreme Court by expanding the number of justices and filling the new positions with liberals has been floating around within the Democratic Party since Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Court, creating a new 5-4 conservative majority. In May 2019, the Boston Globe reported that then-South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who was running for president, was backing a version of that plan in which the current justices would choose the new ones. Not everyone supported the idea. Sen. Bernie

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