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CLIMATE: CLICK [1:50] to see FAUXTUS’ armored motorcade on its way to address the climate emergency. And don’t forget the C-17s that flew those 89 gas-guzzlers to Canada.

COVID-19: [21:18] – Dr. Campbell reports on some of the things that the decision-makers in our governments knew before the vaxxx was released. The fact that they then went ahead and forced it on the world anyway is just pure evil.

EV: Both Hyundai and Kia have recalled more than 500,000 vehicles across the United States due to the risk of spontaneous combustion caused by a short circuit in the tow hitches. Until the cars can be repaired, motorists should park their vehicles away from structures.

FOLLOW THE MONEY, HONEY: In 2007, Moderna’s CEO, Stephane Bancel, helped the Chinese build the Bio-4 lab at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and train the Chinese lab technicians who would work there.

In 2011, Bancel joined a startup company named Moderna which, until the pandemic offered zero products or services. All it did between 2011 and 2016 was purchase the patents to mRNA technology and to the gene sequence for the SARS-CoV-2 Spike protein, something that supposedly did not exist until it, oopsie, escaped from a wet market in Wuhan. Or something.

In April 2020, Modern partnered with Pfizer to produce the COVID-19 vaxxx. We were led to believe that the virus was a total surprise and the vaxxx development was a Warp Speed marvel of scientific dedication and technology. In fact, the vaxxx had been planned for years. Bancel owns about 9% of Modern and is now worth ~$6 Billion.

Bancel was recently deposed by a Senate committee. Sadly, as Peter McCullough points out, the committee failed to get into Moderna’s real crimes – i.e., corruption, racketeering, fraud, and conspiracy to commit domestic terrorism and mass negligent homicide.

MILITARY: [5:59] – Thankfully, Kelisa Wing is no longer the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chief for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools. (Why do we need such a thing anyway?) Sadly, the radical activist has not actually been fired or even disciplined for her nasty, racist behaviors.

PARENTS BILL OF RIGHTS: [2:42] – House Republicans were able to finally overcome Democrat obstruction to pass a bill that establishes the obligation of elementary and secondary schools that receive federal funds to ensure that parents and guardians are able to:

  • review the curriculum of their child’s school;
  • meet with each teacher of their child at least twice each school year;
  • review the budget, including all revenues and expenditures, of their child’s school;
  • inspect the books and other reading materials in the library of their child’s school;
  • address the school board of the LEA;
  • receive information about violent activity in their child’s school; and
  • know if their child is not grade-level proficient in reading or language arts at the end of 3rd grade.

The passed 213 to 208. Every Democrat plus five Republicans voted no. Republicans included Rep. Biggs (AZ), Rep. Buck (CO), Rep. Gaetz (FL), Rep. Lawler (NY), and Rep. Rosendale (MT). Democrats said the bill was fascist. Four of the five Republicans said it infringed on states’ rights; the fifth, Lawler, objected to a requirement for schools to notify parents if they allow trannies to use cross sex bathrooms.

PELOSI: Devout CINO Nancy said that, once upon a time, she wanted to be a priest, not so she could bring the Sacraments to the faithful, but so she could have the POWER. “Every day they have the power … of transubstantiation, of turning bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ. That is real power. Now we’re talking power.” Why am I not surprised by this?

RENOVATION: The firm that did the renovation of the Chapel of the Saints Francis of Assisi and Catherine of Siena Foundation in Rome (above) has been awarded the 2022 Pontifical Academy’s Gold Award for Sacred Architecture. Anthony Esolen, writing at Crisis Magazine, perfectly expresses my feelings about this chapel. “The crucifix presents the body of Christ as tiny by comparison with the tree, as if a boy with a taste for cruelty had nailed a salamander to the trunk of an oak.”

Esolen also notes that, while “Pope Francis has urged a recovery of symbolic language,” the above and other award winners “are notable for their speaking in no language” or in what he calls “The Language of No: the essential anti-language of modernist art … [which] says that there shall be no symbols, no language, no shared history, no human devotion to what transcends place and time, … no culture.”

S&G: CLICK [:52] to see a child drag star dance provocatively for an enthusiastic audience of what appears to be mainly adult males.

TRANS: [21:41] – Sydney Watson reviews the growth of the trans trend.

UTAH: Gov. Cox has signed new regulations to protect minors who use social media. The state has also established a “Utah Protecting Minors Online” website, where residents can file complaints related to social media.

VILLANOVA: This supposedly Catholic college near Philadelphia is hosting a lecture by a Black lesbian LGBT activist on Wednesday, March 29. The promotional flyer claims that the “murders” of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and other African Americans are the consequences of a “white supremacist system,” one that is “grounded in Christian history, texts, ideas, and institutions.” It goes on to ask: “Is Christian faith possible apart from anti-Blackness?

TRANQ: [2:47] – In the northeast, an estimated third of illegal opioids in the northeast contains a narcan-resistant animal tranquilizer.

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