As our culture is bombarded with hoaxes backed up by a mainstream media propaganda machine racing towards totalitarianism, Infowars, no stranger to the left’s Marxist New World Order smear tactics, has long endured accusations that have been retracted. 

The Anti Defamation League has ironically defamed Alex Jones for years.

Alex Jones and Infowars merely questioned the Sandy Hook narrative and its anomalies.

It was the Mainstream media that not only buried those relevant questions, but then defamed Alex Jones for asking them.

The question remains: How is it that these very show trials based on charges of defamation are allowed to in turn defame and endanger Infowars in real time? Where is our due process?

Each plaintiff is now asking for the ludicrous amount of half a billion dollars in damages. And once awarded, this will create a statute that will be used to destroy anyone asking questions that threaten the Great Reset driven narrative, opening the door to a tyranny on a scale never witnessed before in human history.

Our only hope, once this reaches the Supreme Court Of the United States. They won’t just lose….they will all be disbarred. It happens all of the time.

Currently this is your government. A global construct manipulating a 109-year-old multinational Federal Reserve faux justice network, chock full with operatives openly bought off by the Soros family fronting a criminal organization that has reached its zenith.




A Vermont town’s water superintendent secretly lowered fluoride levels in the water supply for years over concerns about the chemical’s unknown medical effects and the fact it was sourced from Communist China.

Kendall Chamberlin, Richmond’s water and wastewater superintendent, said he didn’t think Vermont’s recommended level of fluoride was warranted.

“My duty is to take reasonable care and judgment for the protection of public health, safety and the environment of my customers,” he said, adding that “to err on the side of caution is not a bad position to be in.”

Some Richmond residents were outraged over Chamberlin’s move to reduce fluoride levels over three years.

“For a single person to unilaterally make the decision that this public health benefit might not be warranted is inappropriate. I think it’s outrageous,” retired Dr. Allen Knowles said at a meeting last month.

“Fluoride, again, is one of the most successful and important public health measures that has ever been undertaken in this country.”

“The reduction in dental disease is just inarguable. You don’t establish safety based on one person’s opinion or one study or this or that,” Knowles added.

Following the public outcry by some Richmond residents, Chamberlin issued an apology virtually.

“Words cannot express how sorry I am for causing this controversy,” he said. “Believe me when I say I have always only had good intentions based on a misunderstanding. I promise I will make sure nothing like this ever happens again.”

Richmond has since voted to reinstate fluoride levels in its water supply back to usual levels.

“Two of the three fluoride additives U.S. water systems can use do, in fact, come from China because they have no domestic manufacturers,” the Daily Mail reported.

It’s unclear whether Chamberlin will face professional repercussions.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention claims that 73% of the U.S. population is served by water systems with adequate fluoride to protect teeth. 

However, 97% of European countries don’t fluoridate drinking water, citing health, legal, and ethics concerns.

Interestingly, even China itself does not fluoridate its water for its over one billion citizens despite outsourcing the chemical to America, according to Fluoridation.com

In fact, only about 5% of countries fluoridate their water.

That may be because fluoride is an industrial byproduct which studies show lowers the IQ levels of individuals who consume it.

In the decades since it was first introduced in the U.S. water supply as part of public health policy in 1950, little effort has been made by the medical establishment to research its harmful effects.




White House National Security spokesperson John Kirby defended Joe Biden’s remark about the “prospect of Armageddon” over Ukraine, claiming it “reflects the very high stakes that are in play.”

“The president was reflecting the very high stakes that are in play right now, Martha,” Kirby told ABC’s “This Week” host Martha Raddatz on Sunday.

“When you have modern nuclear power and the leader of that modern nuclear power willing to use irresponsible rhetoric the way that Mr. Putin has several times in just the last week or two, as well as the high tension in Ukraine over just the course of the last few days,” he added.

“So the president, I think, was accurately reflecting the fact that the stakes are very high right now.”

Though the Pentagon stated last week that Russian President Vladimir Putin had not been showing signs of preparing to tap into his nuclear arsenal, Kirby claimed nothing will “give us pause to reconsider our own strategic nuclear posture.”

“What the president was reflecting was that stakes are high right now, given what’s going on on the battlefield in Ukraine and given the very irresponsible and reckless comments made by Vladimir Putin in just the last few days,” Kirby reiterated, adding the U.S. “will not be intimidated.”

Biden had warned during a fundraiser last week that nuclear conflict between the U.S. and Russia has never been closer because Russian President Vladimir Putin was “not joking” about using nuclear weapons.

“We have not faced the prospect of Armageddon since Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis,” Biden said, referencing the standoff with the Soviet Union in 1962.

Biden’s remarks prompted swift condemnation from world leaders, Republicans, and military officials alike.

French President Emmanuel Macron scolded Biden over the weekend, calling his rhetoric “political fiction” and arguing Western leaders “must speak with prudence” on the matter of the Ukraine conflict.




The Florida Department of Health released the findings of a self-controlled case series showing there was a massive spike in heart-related deaths among young men within a month after taking the COVID mRNA injection.

The analysis, which “studied mortality risk following mRNA COVID-19 vaccination,” found that “there is an 84% increase in the relative incidence of cardiac-related death among males 18-39 years old within 28 days following mRNA vaccination.”

“Today, we released an analysis on COVID-19 mRNA vaccines the public needs to be aware of. This analysis showed an increased risk of cardiac-related death among men 18-39. FL will not be silent on the truth,” Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo tweeted Friday with a link to the study.

Additionally, the findings showed “Males over the age of 60 had a 10% increased risk of cardiac-related death within 28 days of mRNA vaccination.”

It also noted that vaccines without new mRNA technology did not show the same increased mortality risk.

“Non-mRNA vaccines were not found to have these increased risks among any population,” the analysis revealed.

This comes after the Florida Department of Health issued guidance in March recommending against use of the Covid mRNA vaccines for “healthy children and adolescents 5 years old to 17 years old,” citing reports of increased incidence of myocarditis in 16 and 17 year olds who took the experimental injection.

Twitter had reportedly censored Ladapo’s health guidance tweet on Sunday, claiming he “violated” its rules, but the tweet has since been restored after online backlash.

Florida is not an outlier in its COVID vaccine recommendations.

Sweden and the UK also recommended against vaccinating children between 5-11, and Denmark recommended against vaccinating children under 18.

Read the Florida Health guidance:


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Former White House national security adviser John Bolton is now taking to the networks to call for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s assassination. “I think we should make it clear publicly so that not just Putin but that all the top Russian leadership… that if Putin authorizes the use of a nuclear weapon he’s signing his own suicide note,” the well-known neocon hawk said to CBS in a Friday appearance.

Describing that Putin is head of command and control for all Russian – including nuclear – forces, Bolton continued by stating what he says should be official US policy: “He’s a legitimate military target… he needs to know that he’s on our target list at this point.” Bolton essentially called for the US to assassinate the Russian leader if the opportunity ever arises.

Bolton went on the discuss an op-ed he penned days prior in the online military journal 1945 wherein effecting regime change in Russia was the focus.

“There is no long-term prospect for peace and security in Europe without regime change in Russia. Russians are already discussing it, quietly, for obvious reasons. For the United States and others pretending that the issue is not before will do far more harm than good,” Bolton spelled out in that op-ed. 

“To avoid the war simply grinding along indefinitely, we must alter today’s calculus. Carefully assisting Russian dissidents to pursue regime change might just be the answer, he continued. “Russia is, obviously, a nuclear power, but that is no more an argument against seeking regime change than against assisting Ukrainian self-defense.”

Bolton advocated a color revolution-style overthrow, or efforts to fragment the government from the inside, writing:

Actually effecting regime change is doubtless the hardest problem, but it does not require foreign military forces. The key is for Russians themselves to exacerbate divisions among those with real authority, the siloviki, the “men of power.” Disagreements and animosities already exist, as in all authoritarian regimes, exploitable as dissidents set their minds to it.  Boris Yeltsin standing on a tank outside the Russian White House in 1991 evidenced the fracturing of the Soviet ruling class. Once regime coherence and solidarity shatter, change is possible.

The ultra-provocative call for regime change from so visible a former government official as Bolton is sure to catch the attention of Moscow, also at a moment tensions are at boiling point with President Biden’s nuclear “Armageddon” remarks which also surprised and angered the Kremlin.




Harvard professor Larry Summers warned that rampant inflation wreaking havoc on the economy under Joe Biden will continue, calling for Americans to start “managing for some slowdown.”

Summers, who served as the Director of the National Economic Council under former President Barack Obama, explained on Bloomberg’s “Wall Street Week” that the tepid September jobs report indicates “we’re not in a controlled place on inflation.”

“I think these numbers were about what we expected, and the sensible judgment was that we’ve got an inflation problem,” Summers said Friday.

“Core inflation figures look artificially good. They’re better than median inflation. And yet, core inflation ran at a 7% rate last month, and that was more than for the quarter and the quarter was more than for the half-year and the half-year was more than for the whole year.”

“So, we’re not in a controlled place with respect to inflation,” he continued. “And there wasn’t really anything in this report to suggest that we were coming into a controlled place.”

The former Treasury Secretary under President Bill Clinton went on to claim that the U.S. economy is headed for a “collision” that must be managed “carefully.”

“I think we are headed for a collision of some kind or other, and we’ve just got to manage that collision carefully, and I think the sooner we start managing for some slowdown, the better we’re going to do,” Summers said.

Summers’ remarks starkly contradict the Biden administration’s talking points that inflation was no big deal.

When confronted on the 8.3% inflation during a “60 Minutes” interview last month, Joe Biden downplayed the situation by saying it needed to be “put this in perspective,” arguing that the September inflation rate was “up just an inch, hardly at all” compared to August.

“You’re not arguing that 8.3 [percent] is good news?” asked host Scott Pelley?

Biden responded, “No, I’m not saying it is good news, but it was 8.2 or 8.2 [percent] before. I mean… you’re making, make it sound like, all of a sudden, my God, it went to 8.2%.”

“It’s the highest inflation rate, Mr. President, in 40 years,” Pelley fired back.




The Supreme Court has shot down a controversial Massachusetts gun control law on Monday and directed a lower appeals court to reconsider the case.

The unanimous SCOTUS ruling that marked the beginning of its new term centered around the Morin v. Lyver case, which involves a Massachusetts law imposing strict restrictions on the possession and purchase of handguns, including a lifetime ban on handgun purchases for anyone convicted of a nonviolent misdemeanor involving firearm use or possession.

Though the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts originally found the law constitutional, the Supreme Court ordered that ruling to be vacated and “remanded to the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit for further consideration in light of New York State Rifle & Pistol Assn., Inc. v. Bruen.”

In that case, the SCOTUS in a 6-3 ruling overturned a New York law in June requiring residents to demonstrate “proper cause” to obtain a concealed carry permit.

“Because the State of New York issues public-carry licenses only when an applicant demonstrates a special need for self-defense, we conclude that the State’s licensing regime violates the Constitution,” Justice Clarence Thomas wrote for the court’s majority.

“The constitutional right to bear arms in public for self-defense is not ‘a second-class right, subject to an entirely different body of rules than the other Bill of Rights guarantees.’”

“We know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need,” he added.

Ignoring the Supreme Court’s ruling, New York Democrats doubled down and passed a bill requiring residents to turn over 3 years of their social media history to assess their “character and conduct” in order to obtain a firearm license.

Applicants for a gun license in the state will now be required to display “the essential character, temperament, and judgment necessary to be entrusted with a weapon and to use it only in a manner that does not endanger oneself and others.”


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Most people don’t believe Russia sabotaged the Nord Stream pipelines, and the only ones broadcasting a desire for war are the Biden administration and neocons in Washington, D.C., according to retired Army Col. Douglas MacGregor.

“The destruction of the [Nord Stream] pipeline was clearly not executed by Russia. No one believes that,” MacGregor said Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” 

“In fact, the German population is being polled and overwhelmingly is opposed to the notion of any war with Russia and dismisses out of hand the notion that the Russians are responsible for the pipeline.”

MacGregor said Russian President Vladimir Putin may “escalate” his military operation in Ukraine to settle the conflict on terms “we may not like” because he knows the Biden administration won’t negotiate with him.

“Putin has decided that no one in Washington will negotiate with him and he knows that Washington is ultimately in control,” he said.

“I think he’s going to settle this dispute in Ukraine on terms acceptable to Russia that we may not like. But other than Poland no one is interested in going to war with Russia. If we persist on this line, we will see NATO dissolve and fragment.”

“No one wants to go to war with Russia, other than the Poles and a few people in Washington D.C.,” MacGregor reiterated.

Escalatory rhetoric between Russia and the West intensified over the last week following the unexplained destruction of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea.

Shortly after the incident, Putin annexed parts of occupied Ukrainian territory.

In response, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky applied for NATO membership, a proposal NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg has avoided discussing.


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The Coast Guard released incredible footage of crews conducting rescue operations in Florida communities in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

The video shows helicopter crews rescuing Sanibel Island residents who were left stranded on their rooftops following massive flooding from the Category 4 storm.

“A U.S Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin aircrew from Air Station Miami rescued several residents and pets stranded on Sanibel Island after Hurricane Ian,” the description states in the video.

At least 1,100 rescues have been made in the state, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis.

The cost of the damage inflicted by Hurricane Ian is believed to be as much as $47 billion, making it the costliest hurricane since Andrew in 1992, according to reports.

Volunteers and utility providers from across the country have arrived in numerous counties to assist in recovery efforts in the Sunshine State.




The US views the sabotage of the Nord Stream gas pipelines as a “tremendous opportunity” to wean the continent off of Russian energy, Secretary of State Antony Blinken told reporters on Friday. With winter approaching, Blinken said that the US wants Europe to decrease its fuel use. 

Speaking to reporters in Washington, Blinken boasted that the US is now “the leading supplier of [liquefied natural gas] to Europe.” In addition to shipping its own fuel to Europe, Blinken said that the US is working with European leaders to find ways to “decrease demand” and “speed up the transition to renewables.”

“It’s a tremendous opportunity to once and for all remove the dependence on Russian energy and thus to take away from [Russian President] Vladimir Putin the weaponization of energy as a means of advancing his imperial designs,” Blinken declared.

The US likely stands to gain the most from the destruction of the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, which were damaged by a series of explosions off the Danish island of Bornholm earlier this week. Washington has for years been trying to convince European leaders to swap Russian gas for its LNG, and the severity of the damage to the undersea conduits now means that Europe is “indefinitely deprived” of Russian gas via this route, Russian energy operator Gazprom stated on Friday.

In a speech on Friday, President Vladimir Putin blamed the explosions on “the Anglo-Saxons,” a Russian colloquialism for the US-UK transatlantic alliance.

“It’s obvious to everyone who benefits from it,” Putin explained. “Those who benefit are the ones who have done it.”

While the way is now open for the US to sell its more expensive LNG to Europe, the shortfall cannot be covered overnight. US exporters warned throughout the summer that they will not be able to ship enough gas to meet demand on the continent, and many of Europe’s import terminals are still under construction or in planning. 

Meanwhile, energy bills are skyrocketing across Europe. In Germany, which faces the prospect of rapid deindustrialization,” protesters took to the streets to demand the re-opening of Nord Stream 2, just days before the explosions. Food shortages have been predicted in Germany and firewood is in hot demand across the continent as citizens struggle to heat their homes.

“There’s a lot of hard work to do to make sure that countries and partners get through the winter,” Blinken said, suggesting, as EU leaders have also done, that Europe work to “reduce demand” for gas.