INTRO: Young and exceptionally fit, Olympic swimmer Genevieve Florence remembers having a sense of dread the moment she received her first Pfizer Covid injection. What happened afterward can only be described as tragic. Genevieve will share her story in an on-camera interview that you won’t want to miss.
Another country, Australia, says enough is enough with the boosters, at least for people under the age of 30.
Joe Biden lowers expectations for a national abortion law following the news that Republicans will take over the House of Representatives by a slim majority.
Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri says it’s time to “bury” the Republican Party.
And a lawsuit accuses corporate America of discriminating against pregnant female employees who actually want to give birth to their child.
All these stories and much more when the Worldview Report begins, right now!
Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report. I’m your host, Brannon Howse.
Olympic athlete and British actress Genevieve Florence trained 10 hours a day, six days a week, as a synchronized swimmer. However, after receiving her first Pfizer “vaccine” injection during the summer of 2021, the healthy, thriving 24-year-old became unable to function or care for herself. The painful side effects grew so excruciating she began to contemplate whether she should end her life, the RAIR Foundation reports.
Florence’s decision to receive the controversial vaccine was due to the film industry’s mandatory requirement to work.
Florence appears in the documentary Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion, and states:
“I immediately regretted it soon as she put it in my arm. I just thought, well, what have I done. I couldn’t do anything,” explains Florence. In the weeks after the shot, her health continued to deteriorate. She lived with a constant pounding headache and dizziness; she could not walk. “It was like someone was actually inside my skull, like pushing out. I can’t explain how awful it was. And I was dizzy. I was literally crawling.”
She said her pain and despair got so intense that, “I really thought my life was over. I couldn’t even cook food. I couldn’t even get up. I couldn’t take care of myself. My mother came by twice a week to change my bedsheets, do a food shop for me, and clean my house. I couldn’t do anything at all.”
Take a look at her heart-wrenching story.
One shot, ladies and gentlemen. One shot. That’s all it took to upend this young lady’s life. And kudos to her, by the way, for not only working through that catastrophic decision and not giving up on herself, but now for speaking out with a word of warning to others about these toxic experimental mRNA vaccines.
And thank you to the RAIR Foundation for helping to get her story out.
The Australian government has decided the risk of myocarditis and cardiac arrest from a fourth COVID booster might be greater than getting COVID itself — so it won’t allow people under 30 to get a fourth injection.
This follows a similar decision by Denmark. Which begs the question: Why is the U.S. medical-industrial complex along with the corporate media still pushing the shots for all ages, all the way down to teens, toddlers and 6-month-old babies? Why wasn’t this an issue in the recently concluded U.S. midterm elections? Why is almost no politician talking about it?
Until the narrative changes, we can only assume the worst. Politicians, in both major parties, are owned by Big Pharma, and the last thing they’d want to do is rain on Big Pharma’s money-making parade, as it rakes in record profits from a new generation of mRNA vaccines.
President Joe Biden acknowledged Monday that the next Congress would not have enough votes to codify a “right” to abortion-on-demand in federal law, implicitly expressing regret for having teased the possibility before last week’s midterm elections.
Biden said at a press conference, as reported by Fox News:
“I don’t think [Americans] can expect much of anything [regarding abortion] other than we’re going to maintain our positions. I’m not getting into more questions. I shouldn’t have even answered your question.”
He added that, “I don’t think there’s enough votes to codify unless something happens [that is] unusual in the House. I think we’re going to get very close in the House… but I don’t think we’re going to make it.”
Biden had previously declared that if Democrats kept the House of Representatives and expanded their Senate majority, “the first bill I will send to the Congress will be to codify Roe v. Wade,” which the U.S. Supreme Court overturned in June, restoring states’ ability to decide their own abortion laws.
Instead, Republicans are projected to narrowly retake the House, while Democrats keep the Senate. A pending runoff election in Georgia will decide whether Democrats gain a seat or maintain their current 50-50 tie.
For years, the promoters of climate hysteria contended it was “settled science” that humans are the primary cause of climate change. More than 97 percent of climate scientists agree with that theory, they say.
But is that really true?
LifeSite News reports that Farleigh Dickenson University recently published a survey of top-level climate scientists and found that just over five in 10 attributed the human contribution to be at least 75% responsible for recent climate change. Only around four in 10 scientists believed that the frequency and severity of extreme weather events had increased significantly in recent years.
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As you can see from this graph, there is clearly not 99% support for humans causing all or most climate change.
And it should not be a surprise that there is considerable support for the unproven hypothesis, since skeptical science in this field does not attract money, prestige and coveted academic posts.
Emeritus Professor Richard Lindzen recently called the current climate narrative “absurd.” Perhaps, he added, it was the trillions of dollars diverted to green projects and the relentless propaganda from grant-dependent academics and agenda-driven journalists that had persuaded people it is not absurd.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley says it’s time to “bury” the Republican Party and “build something new.”
Although Republicans had a good chance of capturing the Senate, they will end up losing a seat following defeats in Arizona and Nevada, with a run off in Georgia to follow next month.
They are also only set to win the House with a slim majority, far from the relatively easy win predicted, as giddy predictions of a “red wave” fell flat.
Senator Hawley reacted to the outcome by calling for massive reform.
“The old party is dead. Time to bury it. Build something new,” Hawley tweeted over the weekend in response to Republican Adam Laxalt losing the Nevada Senate race to Democrat Senator Catherine Cortez Masto.
Hawley’s demand for change arrives after he indicated he would not support Sen. Mitch McConnell for Senate GOP leadership.
“I don’t imagine I will, no,” Hawley said, adding, “I’m not sure if any other senator will run or not. Nobody’s indicated they would. But my view is that we need new leadership in that position.”
Hawley has been vocal on a number of advocacy issues that the Republican establishment has largely ignored, including breaking up Big Tech, calling for the U.S. to withdraw from the WTO, and creating tax credits for working class families.
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson charged Joe Biden with being “highly compromised” by his family’s past ties to Chinese business dealings ahead of FBI Director Christopher Wray’s scheduled testimony to a Senate committee this week.
The Wisconsin Republican and ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security Committee said on Fox News Sunday Morning Futures that he plans to press Wray on the Justice Department probe into Biden’s son, Hunter, when he testifies to the panel.
“It’s obvious that President Biden is highly compromised because of Hunter Biden‘s money-influence peddling. The FBI has known about this probably going back to 2014, 2015, when you had prosecutions or investigations of Devon Archer, Hunter Biden‘s business partner. This corruption has been going back quite a few years. It needs to be fully exposed.”
His remarks came one day before Biden’s scheduled Monday meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit in Indonesia, where he is expected to bring up a host of foreign policy issues with the foreign adversary.
In other news, the U.S. men’s soccer team has decided to go rainbow gay for the World Cup tournament in Qatar.
According to the Daily Mail: “The United States' men's national team have made a huge statement at the World Cup in Qatar by redesigning their crest to incorporate the rainbow flag, in a bid to show solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community.”
The tournament, which starts on Sunday and sees the U.S. play their opener against Wales on Monday, has been hugely controversial in its build-up, given Qatar's human rights record and attitude toward homosexuality.
As recently as this month, a Qatar World Cup ambassador told a German TV broadcaster that homosexuality was “damage to the mind,” and it remains illegal to be gay in the conservative Muslim country.
The world’s largest online retailer, Amazon, will begin laying off 10,000 employees in corporate and technology roles beginning this week, according to a report from The New York Times.
According to the report, the layoffs would be the largest in Amazon’s history and would have a massive effect on the company’s devices unit – including the voice-assistant Alexa, as well as the retail division, and human resources departments.
About 3% of Amazon’s corporate staff and less than 1% of its global workforce will be affected by this decision.
New York Times reported:
“The cuts will focus on Amazon’s devices organization, including the voice-assistant Alexa, as well as at its retail division and in human resources. …Amazon’s planned retrenchment during the critical holiday shopping season — when the company typically has valued stability — shows how quickly the souring global economy has put pressure on it to trim businesses that have been overstaffed or underdelivering for years.”
In an interview with CNN, Amazon founder and executive chairman Jeff Bezos warned a U.S. recession is looming, and advised consumers and businesses to stockpile cash in case there's a devastating downturn.
"The economy does not look great right now," Bezos told CNN on Saturday, adding: "Things are slowing down, you're seeing layoffs in many, many sectors of the economy.”
Why didn’t Bezos make this announcement about a cratering economy a week earlier? This appears to have been a calculated move by Amazon to wait until right after the midterm elections to announce a mass layoff. We should expect many more such announcements in the days and weeks ahead.
The Washington Times reports that a federal judge in Texas has ruled that the Biden administration cannot redefine sex-based discrimination in statutes to force doctors to perform gender-transition procedures against their will.
U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk ruled Friday that the administration exceeded the limits of the Affordable Care Act and Title IX by including sexual orientation and gender identity among the laws’ anti-discrimination protections.
“Title IX’s ordinary public meaning remains intact until changed by Congress, or perhaps the Supreme Court,” wrote Judge Kacsmaryk, a Trump appointee.
Because civil rights law has not changed, the judge said the executive branch could not extend a 2020 Supreme Court ruling barring LGBT workplace discrimination to include Obamacare patients.
Two doctors filed a class-action lawsuit after the Department of Health and Human Services announced plans in May 2021 to expand anti-discrimination protections in Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
America First Legal Foundation, founded by former Trump White House adviser Stephen Miller, has represented Drs. Susan Neese and James Hurly in their lawsuit against the administration’s proposed Obamacare change.
The Obama administration introduced rules in 2016 to expand the anti-discrimination section of Obamacare to include transgender protections.
The Trump administration reversed those rules in 2020, but the Biden administration revived them.
The Biden administration also has attempted to expand the definition of sex-based discrimination to let transgender athletes play on the sports teams of their choice, regardless of their sex at birth.
A Republican commissioner on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is investigating whether at least three companies are discriminating against pregnant employees who choose life for their unborn babies.
Bloomberg Law reports several lawyers confirmed that EEOC Commissioner Andrea Lucas launched the investigation into companies that recently began offering to pay travel expenses for employees who want elective abortions.
Dozens of major companies now offer abortion travel benefits in response to the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade in the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. The ruling means states may protect unborn babies from abortion again, and 14 already have done so.
A long list of major corporations have been accused of pushing pregnant employees toward abortions by not offering similar benefits for those who choose life for their babies. A partial list of abortion-funding and promoting companies includes Kroger, Target, Amazon, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Disney, Lyft and Hulu, Bank of America, Citi Group, Comcast, CVS, CNN, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan-Chase, Este Lauder, Hewlett Packard, IKEA, Mastercard, Microsoft, PayPal, Procter and Gamble, Starbucks, Tesla and many more.
The EEOC and Commissioner Lucas, a Republican on the five-member commission, said they cannot comment on ongoing investigations, but lawyers who saw the allegations told Bloomberg about it. The report does not name the companies that Lucas is investigating.
Lucas’s investigation may have been prompted by complaints from America First Legal. In July, the conservative law firm filed civil rights complaints accusing Dick’s Sporting Goods and Lyft of discriminating against pregnant employees who choose life. The complaints accuse both companies of violating the 1978 Pregnancy Discrimination Act by providing abortion travel reimbursements to pregnant employees but not offering similar benefits to employees who choose to parent.
America First Legal senior counselor Reed Rubinstein said in a statement:
“Subsidizing travel for an abortion, while denying an equivalent benefit to a mother welcoming a new baby, is perverse and unlawful. Dick’s management is an avatar for the rot and danger of corporate wokeness.”
Time now for our Worldview Report commentary.
Weeks after the fact, and again waiting until after the pivotal midterm elections, the truth about Paul Pelosi’s little incident inside the Pelosi mansion is beginning to leak out in the corrupt, mainstream corporate media.
A story from NBC Bay Area reports that “police body camera video that captured the attack on Paul Pelosi, and the moments leading up to it, contradict one of the details included in the Department of Justice’s account of what happened that evening, according to a source familiar with the Pelosi investigation who personally viewed the body camera footage and spoke to the NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit.”
The report goes on to say that in recent days, the Department of Justice and the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office have outlined “differing accounts” of who opened the door when police responded to Pelosi’s 911 call.
Watch this NBC report that purports to “share new details” about what the body camera video actually captured as police arrived at Pelosi’s San Francisco home.
Ah yes, new information. They just want to “clear it up” for us but in the end, they say, what does it really matter anyway, right? As soon as the elections are in the bag for the Democrats, retaining control over the Senate, barely losing their majority in the House, we’ve now got new information, truthful information, to clean up the lies and half-truths that were reported before the election. Regardless of who opened the door, the story still revolves around poor Paul Pelosi, the victim.
And they say they’re worried about misinformation getting out to the public. Please. No wonder these corporate media lapdogs are seeing their ratings plummet. The word is out. Their entire mission is to feed us a steady diet of lies and to spin narratives, not report the news.
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