Daily Archives: January 3, 2022

Coram Deo | Ligonier Ministries

R.C. Sproul often reminded us that Christians live coram Deo, “before the face of God.” We’ve created a new video to reach more people with this truth.

Many people today are asking questions about their identity and purpose. “Who am I? What is my life all about?” To bring clarity in a time of confusion, Dr. Sproul taught that the “big idea” of the Christian life is the Latin phrase coram Deo. It means we are to live our whole lives in the presence of God, under the authority of God, and to the glory of God.

Please watch and share the video widely so more people can discover what it means to be a Christian—saved by God’s grace to live humbly under His authority and joyfully for His glory. Simply point people to Ligonier.org/coramDeo to help others know who God is and who they are.

Want to dig deeper? We recommend these resources on living coram Deo:

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When Learning Is Meaningful | Today in the Word Devotional

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“Ecclesiastes is realistic,” wrote seminary professor Thomas Schreiner. “It teaches us that life under the sun is often empty, futile, and absurd, and yet it does not run us into the rocks of despair…When we understand that this world isn’t paradise on earth, we are reminded that nothing is more important than a right relationship with God.” Learning what is true and valuable helps us know what to prioritize and pursue. As we saw yesterday, the writer of Ecclesiastes evaluated life “under the sun” to be “meaningless, a chasing after the wind” (1:13–14). But when life is lived “above the sun,” that is, in the context of the fear of the Lord, obedience, and worship, human life, knowledge, and endeavors can become meaningful (12:13–14). Only in this context is Ecclesiastes and the quest for learning and wisdom itself meaningful (vv. 9–10). For example, the Teacher (probably Solomon) had collected and arranged proverbs, passing on wisdom to future generations through his careful philosophical and literary effort. But this, too, would have been “chasing after the wind” without God in the picture. These proverbs are like “goads” or “firmly embedded nails” (vv. 11–12). A goad is a sharp stick designed to herd sheep in the right direction. For those inclined to stray, learning can be a painful process. And as generations of students can affirm: “Of making many books there is no end, and much study wearies the body” (v. 12). So why do it? To stay on the right path, and as part of the pursuit of godliness. Thankfully, all true wisdom comes from one Shepherd, and His love and justice can be trusted. God is the “conclusion of the matter” (vv. 13–14). Without Him, human learning is meaningless and hopeless—with Him, meaningful and hopeful! >> Take time again today to examine your feelings about each part of your life. Which parts of it are being lived “above the sun” or for God’s purpose? How can you make more of your life count for eternity (1 Cor. 3:12–15)?

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The Bible and its Story: The Lands of the Twelve Tribes

A map showing the portions of the Promised Land assigned by lot to the various tribes of Israel, can be outlined in almost every particular from the full account given in the Book of Joshua. The children of Levi, being the priesthood, had no regular territory, but were assigned special cities scattered through the lands of the others.

‎Yet, without counting the Levites, the number of lots assigned was twelve; for the descendants of Joseph’s two sons, Ephraim and Manasseh, were accounted as two separate tribes. Indeed there were in reality thirteen lots; for the tribe of Manasseh had been again divided, half of the tribe electing to remain east of the Jordan with Reuben and Gad, the remainder settling in central Palestine. Moreover, not very long after Joshua had allotted the lands, a further change was caused by the migration of a portion of the tribe of Dan from their region in the southwest, to a new region, the farthest north in Palestine. Thus this tribe was also divided like that of Manasseh, while part of Dan’s allotted territory was never occupied, but remained for centuries the home of the Philistines.

by Julius A. Bewer; Charles F. Horne

One Word That Explains Why Your Salvation in Christ Is Secure — The Aquila Report

Next time you are plagued by feelings of guilt, fear of God’s anger, or a sense that you don’t measure up to his standards, recall that Christ has already met those standards on your behalf.

Do you struggle with guilt? Do you sometimes wonder how God could possibly love such a wretched sinner as you? Do you ever get depressed because you feel as though you don’t “measure up”?

Many Christians wrestle with these feelings, even though they started their spiritual journey by acknowledging that all their sins are forgiven through Jesus’ sacrificial death. We learn this key truth from such passages as 1 Peter 2:24 (“He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree”) and from Isaiah 53:

But he was pierced for our transgressions;
he was crushed for our iniquities;
upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace,
and with his wounds we are healed. (Isa. 53:5)

While these verses explain how can we be reconciled to God even though we are sinners who fail to keep his law, how does God remove the burden of depressing guilt over our sin?

Believers are declared righteous in Christ.

The answer is that rather than making us holy and sinless persons, God declares us righteous based not on our works but instead on what Christ did for us. In other words, it is not our works that remove our guilt and save us. Instead, it is what Christ did—that is, the work he did for us in both his life and death. Our receiving and benefiting from the work of Jesus for our salvation is often referred to by the term “imputation,” a word that describes the act of assigning or attributing something to someone else.

Understanding the word imputation is essential to resting in Christ.

We find three areas of imputation in the Bible, and understanding each of them helps us not to worry about whether we have enough righteousness for God to be pleased with us or whether we are truly saved.

  • Imputation #1: Adam’s first sin is imputed (credited or counted) to all his posterity—as described at length in Romans 5: We “all sinned” when Adam did, and thus, “by the one man’s disobedience the many were made sinners” (vv. 12-19). The theologian John Murray is helpful here, explaining how the Greek word for “made” (kathestemi) is better translated as “constituted,” meaning that we “were placed in the category of sinners.” [1]
  • Imputation #2: In this case, our sins are imputed to Christ, and he suffers the penalty due for sin in our place. Thus, the apostle Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 5:21: “For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin,” fulfilling Isaiah’s earlier words: “The Lord has laid on him the iniquity of us all” (Isa. 53:6). Since Christ has been “offered once to bear the sins of many” (Heb. 9:28), we no longer need to fear God’s wrath for our failures and transgressions.
  • Imputation #3: Jesus’ perfect obedience and righteousness are imputed to all believers in Christ, so that we stand before the Father, not merely forgiven for our sins, but also bearing the spotless perfection of Christ’s lifelong obedience—as though we ourselves had also lived that flawless and exemplary life (Rom. 5:17-193:21-2410:5-13).

This crucial third imputation listed above regarding Christ’s righteousness is stressed in several passages of Scripture. In Romans 5:19, right after indicating that we were “made sinners” in Adam, Paul concludes that in the same way, “many will be made righteous” (now placed in the category of the righteous) by “the one man’s obedience.” Similarly, Isaiah 53:11 declares, “By his knowledge shall the righteous one, my servant, make many to be accounted righteous.” And 2 Corinthians 5:21 links the two imputations in one glorious verse: “For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.”

Imputation is an important core doctrine of the historical church.

The Westminster Confession of Faith, a summary of Christian doctrine written in the seventeenth-century, stressed the importance of the doctrine of imputation in its chapter on justification:

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One Word That Explains Why Your Salvation in Christ Is Secure — The Aquila Report

Mouth Confession; Heart Belief — VCY America

If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

Romans 10:9

There must be confession with the mouth. Have I made it? Have I openly avowed my faith in Jesus as the Savior whom God has raised from the dead, and have I done it in God’s way! Let me honestly answer this question.

There must also be belief with the heart. Do I sincerely believe in the risen Lord Jesus? Do I trust in Him as my sole hope of salvation? Is this trust from my heart? Let me answer as before God.

If I can truly claim that I have both confessed Christ and believed in Him, then I am saved. The text does not say it may be so, but it is plain as a pikestaff and clear as the sun in the heavens: “Thou shalt be saved.” As a believer and a confessor, I may lay my hand on this promise and plead it before the Lord God at this moment, and throughout life, and in the hour of death, and at the Day of Judgment.

I must be saved from the guilt of sin, the power of sin, the punishment of sin, and ultimately from the very being of sin. God hath said it—”Thou shalt be saved.” I believe it. I shall be saved. I am saved. Glory be to God forever and ever!

Mouth Confession; Heart Belief — VCY America

15 Ways to Reduce Daily Stress and Be More Fruitful in 2022 — BLOG – Beautiful Christian Life

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Here are fifteen ways, along with corresponding Bible passages, to reduce your daily stress and be more fruitful in 2022:

1. Begin each day remembering God’s blessings.

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Let me hear in the morning of your steadfast love, for in you I trust. Make me know the way I should go, for to you I lift up my soul. (Ps. 143:8)

2. Go to bed at a reasonable hour and get a good night’s sleep—you’ll be well rested and better able to complete your pursuits.

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It is in vain that you rise up early and go late to rest, eating the bread of anxious toil; for he gives to his beloved sleep. (Ps. 127:2)

3. Follow Jesus’ example and start your day by praying to your heavenly Father.

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And rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, he departed and went out to a desolate place, and there he prayed. (Mark 1:35)

4. Remember the gospel.

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Now I would remind you, brothers, of the gospel I preached to you, which you received, in which you stand, and by which you are being saved, if you hold fast to the word I preached to you—unless you believed in vain. For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures. (1 Cor. 15:1-4)

5. Read your Bible daily and go to church on Sunday to hear the preached word of God.

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All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness. (2 Tim. 3:16)

6. Be content with the gifts and opportunities God has given you; don’t covet what other people have or what they’re doing.

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And he said to them, “Take care, and be on your guard against all covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of his possessions.” (Luke 12:15)

7. Don’t be afraid to take on a new challenge; you don’t know how God is going to use both your successes and failures for your spiritual growth and his glory.

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“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” (Isaiah 41:10)

8. Do good works in gratitude for all God has done for you in Christ, not to earn God’s favor, for his love for you is everlasting.

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And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him. (Col. 3:17)

9. Plan ahead so you will be prepared.

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“For which of you, desiring to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, whether he has enough to complete it? Otherwise, when he has laid a foundation and is not able to finish, all who see it begin to mock him, saying, ‘This man began to build and was not able to finish.’” (Luke 14:28-30)

10. Don’t overcommit yourself—God will give you the time you need to complete the work he has for you to do.

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For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven. (Eccles. 3:1; see also Eccles 3:2-8)

11. Be diligent like the Proverbs 31 woman; don’t waste the precious time God has given to you.

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She seeks wool and flax,
and works with willing hands.
She is like the ships of the merchant;
she brings her food from afar.
She rises while it is yet night
and provides food for her household
and portions for her maidens.
She considers a field and buys it;
with the fruit of her hands she plants a vineyard. (Prov. 31:13-16; see also Prov. 31:10-31)

12. If possible, try to take some time each day to enjoy the simple daily pleasures of life God has given to you.

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Behold, what I have seen to be good and fitting is to eat and drink and find enjoyment in all the toil with which one toils under the sun the few days of his life that God has given him, for this is his lot. (Eccles. 5:18)

13. Put people first—don’t vainly strive for excessive wealth and achievements.

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Again, I saw vanity under the sun: one person who has no other, either son or brother, yet there is no end to all his toil, and his eyes are never satisfied with riches, so that he never asks, “For whom am I toiling and depriving myself of pleasure?” This also is vanity and an unhappy business. (Eccles. 4:7-8)

14. Consider implementing a simpler lifestyle as is practical for your particular circumstances.

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For our boast is this, the testimony of our conscience, that we behaved in the world with simplicity and godly sincerity, not by earthly wisdom but by the grace of God, and supremely so toward you. (2 Cor. 1:12)

15. Remember that this world is passing away—keep your focus on the things that will last.

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For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride of life—is not from the Father but is from the world. And the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever. (1 John 2:16-17)


This article is adapted from “14 Ways to Keep Your Focus on the Things That Matter Most in Life” at beautifulchristianlife.com.

15 Ways to Reduce Daily Stress and Be More Fruitful in 2022 — BLOG – Beautiful Christian Life

God Answers Prayers — Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God

Dear one, don’t give up.  Pray!


“Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. 1 John 5:14

Cindy prayed to God night after night, “Why don’t you ever show yourself to me?  I want to know You.”

Then one day, she was sitting at a table with some friends.  Two strangers walked up to them.  The men asked the girls if they could tell them about Jesus.  The girls said, “Sure.

As the two men shared about God’s love, Cindy began to cry.  She told them what she had been praying for.  They were God’s answer!  Together they led Cindy in prayer as she invited Jesus into her heart.

Dear one, don’t give up.  Pray! The Bible says,
This is the confidence which we have before Him:
that, if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.”

God will hear you.  And He will answer too.

By Vonette Bright
Used by Permission


Further Reading

• How to Pray

• How to be sure God Listens to your Prayers

•  Salvation Explained

God Answers Prayers — Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God

Life’s Greatest Investments — Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God

The time to invest your time, talent and treasure for Christ and His kingdom is now.


“And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or lands, for My name’s sake, shall receive a hundredfold, and inherit eternal life.” Matthew 19:29 (NKJV)

I can tell you on the authority of God’s Word and from personal experience and observation that this promise is true. From my own commitment – made many years ago – and after having spoken with hundreds of Christian leaders and humble servants of God around the world, and observed thousands who I have counselled, I do not know of anyone whom God is using in any significant way who would say that this spiritual law has not been true in his life.

The time to invest your time, talent and treasure for Christ and His kingdom is now. The powerful tide of secular humanism, atheism, materialism, and other anti-God forces us threatening to engulf the world. From the human perspective, on the basis of what I see and hear, I could be very pessimistic about the future freedom of mankind.

On the contrary, I am very optimistic, not on the basis of what I see and hear, but on the basis of what I believe God is saying to my heart and of what I am observing that He is doing throughout the world. I am constantly reminded and assured, Greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world” 1 John 4:4 (KJV). Satan and his demonic forces were defeated 2,000 years ago.

Do you want a safe formula for success? Then recognize and practice the following:

First – remember that everything entrusted to our care actually belongs to God. We are His stewards here on earth.

Second – God does not want us to hoard His blessings.

Third – “As you sow, you reap.”

Fourth –  invest generously – above the tithe in time, talent and treasure.

Fifth – invest supernaturally – by faith.

Bible Reading: Matthew 25:35-40

Recognizing myself as God’s steward, I will prayerfully seek to learn what He would have me to do to maximize my life for His glory through the investment of my time, talent and treasure.

By Dr. Bill Bright
Used by Permission


Further Reading

•   Did I Hear You Correctly Lord? – My dreams were too small for God

•   Searching for a Higher Purpose – Betty Lau shares her story

•  Salvation Explained

Life’s Greatest Investments — Daily Devotionals by Thoughts about God

The Bible and its Story: God’s Promise to Israel

Everywhere through the Scriptures is spread God’s promise to Israel of the coming of the Messiah. It was the hope of having this glorious son for her own, that made each woman of Israel so eager for children. This promise adds a solemn depth to many a scene in sacred history. It was because of this that Jephthah’s daughter “bewailed her virginity upon the mountains,” (Jud. 11:38), because of this that Hannah prayed for the birth of Samuel “in bitterness of soul,” (1 Sam. 1:10).

‎The hope of divine motherhood has perhaps never been more tenderly expressed than in this famous symbolical picture by Fra Angelico. In the background, in the garden of Eden, walk Adam and Eve, while the first mother listens to the promise made to her and to her seed. In the foreground, with the divine beam from the holy spirit bridging all the years, Mary the mother of the Messiah receives the fulfilment of the ancient prophecy.

by Julius A. Bewer; Charles F. Horne

The Bible Is Truth — Grace to You Blog

Antipathy toward God’s Word inherently resides in the hearts of all sinners. Scripture is viewed as outdated, irrelevant, and primitive. It’s regarded as an ancient book of suspect origin that is beneath enlightened society. This antipathy can even be present in those within the church.

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Cartoons and Memes · Jan. 3, 2022

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A Cautious Approach

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Mid-Day Snapshot · Jan. 3, 2022

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THE FOUNDATION

“A republic, by which I mean a government in which the scheme of representation takes place, opens a different prospect and promises the cure for which we are seeking.” —James Madison (1790)

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IN TODAY’S DIGEST

Biden Failed to ‘Shut Down’ the Virus

It was an impossible and arrogant promise, of course, but his failure still looms large.

Nate Jackson

“I’ll put in place a plan to deal with this pandemic responsibly, I’ve already done it. … I’m not going to shut down the economy, I’m not going to shut down the country, but I’m going to shut down the virus.” —Joe Biden, December 27, 2020

“There is no federal solution. This gets solved at the state level.” —Joe Biden, December 27, 2021

The ChiCom Virus pandemic has claimed more lives under Biden than under Donald Trump, and that’s after the vaccine was created and introduced under Trump and then politicized and mandated by Biden. More than anything, the last year has proven the unmitigated hubris of a man — a man with alarmingly declining mental faculties at that — who thought he could lead the federal government in defeating a virus.

He told a conference call of governors last week that he’s suddenly a fan of federalism, but that only means he’s trying to pass the buck for his failure. (Remember when leftists basically called Trump Hitler for taking a federalist approach?) If Biden really believed what he said, he’d rescind every mandate he’s issued, call off the dogs of his administration, and offer a primetime apology for overstepping constitutional bounds while grossly politicizing the pandemic.

Moreover, Biden ought to apologize personally to Trump, of whom he said after 220,000 deaths, “Anyone who is responsible for that many deaths should not remain President of the United States.” Biden, after all, has failed his own test.

He doesn’t believe his own words, of course, and he won’t rescind or apologize for anything. Perhaps, however, the Supreme Court will severely rebuke him this week over the employer and healthcare worker vaccine mandates.

Arrogance isn’t Biden’s only fault; lies and deceit are up there too. Biden spent all of 2021 promising more COVID tests, probably because all his Leftmedia propagandists do is fearmonger about the latest alarming rise in cases. Confirming cases means more testing.

“I wish I had thought about ordering” 500 million rapid at-home tests “two months ago,” Biden said last week. Indeed, Biden made a big deal about ordering the production of 500 million test kits so people can self-test quickly and isolate if necessary. Well, Vanity Fair, not exactly a right-wing publication, says that statement rings hollow because in October his administration turned down a plan that would have gotten 700 million tests kits in homes and on store shelves in advance of the holidays.

A reporter asked Biden why the test plan was rejected, and he said, “We didn’t reject it.” Really? The Vanity Fair story was well sourced with multiple people quoted. Someone’s lying.

The reality is that this pandemic has become endemic, and we all need to learn to live with it. Doing so would be a lot more manageable without the heavy hand of government bearing down on us.

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The Leftmedia Year in Review — It Was Ugly

Leftmedia viewership and revenue drop in the post-Trump era.

Mark Alexander

In the absence of Donald Trump to fuel their incessant news cycle churn in 2021, fodder that had increased their market share and advertising revenue over the previous four years, both viewership and readership of the Demos’ big Leftmedia outlets contracted significantly last year.

Thus, the Demos’ Big Tech First Amendment suppressors have redoubled their efforts to silence conservative voices in order to ensure their dominance as shapers of public opinion. Of course, that included coordinated efforts to silence The Patriot Post in our 25th year as an online publishing pioneer.

Looking back over the year past, if you missed these top news compendiums last week, we compiled our own Readers’ Choice: Best of Analysis for 2021 and Readers’ Choice: Best of Alexander for 2021. There was also our Readers’ Choice: Best of Cartoons & Memes for 2021 — always a favorite.

Our friends at other conservative media outlets also posted their top media fails as the Leftmedia churners struggle to regain market share.

The Washington Examiner posted its top worst media moments of 2021, leading off with the story we covered in great detail since its inception in 2016, the deep-state coup to take down Trump, starting with the setup for the entire charade — the Steele dossier — and the Washington Post’s efforts to cover the tracks on the biggest fake news story in decades. You can read about the additional gross media fails here, including the long-overdue departure of CNN’s Chris Cuomo and the inexcusable mischaracterization of the Kyle Rittenhouse case.

No shock here: CNN topped the list of the Media Research Center’s most biased news outlets, with Don Lemon beating out the disgraced and fired Chris Cuomo for most biased talkinghead.

The elitist Lemon took it upon himself to smear the name of all conservative grassroots Americans with this assessment of Trump voters: “If you voted for Trump, you voted for the person who the Klan supported. You voted for the person who Nazis support. You voted for the person who the alt-right supports. That’s the crowd that you are in.” You can view the runner-ups here.

National Review posted its own list of the worst media fails, including the downplay of the Waukesha Christmas parade massacre.

Finally and notably, Leftmedia spin is one way to misrepresent news, but failure to cover a story is another way to misrepresent it. Fox News posted its top picks for “bias by omission: 10 major controversies the media avoided covering or downplayed in 2021.” Among big stories that were spiked was Joe Biden’s call offering an “aid bribe” to the president of Afghanistan if he would push stability “perception.”

Indeed, the most consequential Biden failure in his first year was his disgraceful surrender and retreat from Afghanistan and how that has emboldened our most dangerous adversaries, China and Russia. That disgrace was perhaps equaled by his failure to “shut down” the ChiCom Virus pandemic, much less even slow it down, as deaths on Biden’s watch exceeded those on Trump’s watch — even though Biden had the vaccine and all his mandates.

And now, leading off 2022 will be the Demos’ J6 anniversary party sponsored by the real enemies of the people. Indeed, the rioting Capitol protesters have proven to be fabulous fodder for Nancy Pelosi’s “insurrection inquisition” theater of the absurd.

As always, The Patriot Post has overwatch! Happy New Year!

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AOC: Clueless in Miami

She partied while falsely accusing Governor DeSantis of being MIA, when in fact he was caring for his sick wife.

Thomas Gallatin

“Welcome to Florida, AOC! We hope you’re enjoying a taste of freedom here in the Sunshine State thanks to [Ron DeSantis’ Florida] leadership,” read a post from the Republican Florida governor’s social media team following the publishing of pictures of a maskless Democrat New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez enjoying a cocktail in Miami.

Amidst another surge in COVID cases across the nation, and especially in AOC’s home state of New York, where officials reported another 40,000 new cases of the Omicron variant in a single day, the House’s foremost diva was caught partying it up in Miami. She was taking full advantage of DeSantis’s defense of Liberty.

Of course, like all leftists, AOC was more than happy to enjoy the fruits of Liberty while condemning its defenders. “Hasn’t Gov. DeSantis been inexplicably missing for like 2 weeks?” AOC lamely responded to being called out over her hypocrisy. “If he’s around,” she added, “I would be happy to say hello. His social media team seems to have been posting old photos for weeks. In the meantime, perhaps I could help with local organizing. Folks are quite receptive here :)”

Well, failure to do the work to actually understand how real life works, how one really cares for people rather than promoting an agenda centered around gaining political power, may explain in part why AOC and her cadre of socialists are so wrong on nearly every aspect of good governance.

It might not be a good idea to blindly insult a political opponent before knowing what you’re talking about. As it turns out, DeSantis has not been MIA. Quite the contrary, in fact. He has been busy doing what any good husband — and human being, for that matter — would be doing. DeSantis has not been vacationing and neglecting his duties, as AOC suggested. Instead, he’s been helping his wife through her cancer treatment recovery. Back in October, the mother of three was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Perhaps we need to cut AOC some slack, since the source for her erroneous information appears to be Leftmedia outlets suggesting that DeSantis’s lack of public appearances since December 20 was due to him going on vacation to hide from a surge in COVID cases. That was fake news, but AOC is clearly not informed enough to know any better. However, what she does know is that freedom is still going strong in Florida, whereas residents of New York City continue to suffer through economy-crushing COVID restrictions that haven’t done a thing to stop the spread of the novel virus.

Finally, we wish Casey DeSantis a speedy and full recovery from cancer and her husband a 2022 reelection victory. Few states have enjoyed such strong leadership from a governor committed to defending the rights of his residents in the face of one of the biggest authoritarian threats to Liberty Americans have seen in generations.

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Ghislaine Maxwell: Guilty as Charged. Now What?

Will the state now go after her wealthy pedophile clients, or will they escape justice?

Douglas Andrews

Now what? That’s the question.

Now that Ghislaine Maxwell has rightly been found guilty by a jury on five of six federal counts related to the illegal sex trafficking of underage girls on behalf of her billionaire financier pedophile boyfriend, Jeffrey Epstein, to be used for the sexual pleasure of Epstein and his many wealthy and influential friends, the question is: What will become of those friends, those clients, those customers, those end-consumers of the Epstein-Maxwell sex-trafficking enterprise?

Regular folks want to know. Regular folks — like the millions who obey the laws of the land under penalty of criminal prosecution. We suspect even those who don’t obey the laws want to know. After all, we’re not talking about unpaid parking tickets. We’re not even talking about tax evasion. We’re talking about the sexual violation of our daughters.

Maybe that’s just not a big deal to Joe Biden’s Department of (Two-Tiered) Justice.

Setting up and tracking down and obsessing endlessly over those January 6 troublemakers and sightseers, though? That’s a big deal.

The jurors reached their decision after deliberating five days. One of the five charges that stuck to Maxwell was sex trafficking of a minor, which can carry a maximum of 40 years in prison. The other convictions carry a maximum of 5-10 years. This means she could spend the rest of her life in prison.

“A unanimous jury has found Ghislaine Maxwell guilty of one of the worst crimes imaginable — facilitating and participating in the sexual abuse of children,” said U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams. “Crimes that she committed with her long-time partner and co-conspirator, Jeffrey Epstein. The road to justice has been far too long. But, today, justice has been done.”

Or has it? The two pimps, Epstein and Maxwell, have been held to account. But what about all the well-to-do johns? What about their instrumental roles in these horrible sex crimes? Maxwell, for her part, appears unwilling to trade the names of these customers for a lighter sentence.

Former Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz reacted to the verdict by making this very point: “I’m glad she’s going to essentially spend the rest of her life in jail,” he said. “But there’s also a lot more to this story. … There are a lot of other people that were complicit. … If the federal government is going to do their job, they need to go after those people as well.”

Unfortunately, we can probably learn a lot about the DOJ’s unwillingness to get to the bottom of the Epstein affair by considering its recent move to drop its case against two Bureau of Prison workers who admitted to falsifying logs after having been accused of sleeping and surfing the Web when they should’ve been watching over Epstein the night he (ahem) killed himself in his jail cell. Why would they do this? Why not squeeze these guards to find out why they behaved so irresponsibly and suspiciously?

As our Emmy Griffin noted last month, the trial judge, Alison Nathan, was a Barack Obama appointee who was recently promoted by Joe Biden; disgraced former FBI Director James Comey’s daughter was the lead prosecutor in the case; and former President Bill Clinton had several dealings with Epstein, including multiple trips on his private jet. The trial wasn’t public, and certain parts of the record were redacted to protect the privacy of certain people. So much for justice being blind.

Department of Justice: What say you?

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Godspeed, Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Beikirch

A man of God and American Patriot.

Mark Alexander

A quiet man and humble man, Gary Beikirch, departed this life for the next on 26 December, becoming the third Medal of Honor recipient we said farewell to in 2021, after the deaths of T/Sgt. Charlie Coolidge and Lt. Col. Chuck Hagemeister.

Gary, a Vietnam veteran whose Medal of Honor citation you can read here, was instrumental in shaping and supporting the character education curriculum of our National Medal of Honor Heritage Center.

After his service as a Green Beret Sergeant, a medic with Detachment B-24, Company B, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), 1st Special Forces, Gary came back to the States to attend seminary, intending to return to Vietnam and work at a missionary hospital in Kon Tum Province, where he had served. Gary completed his seminary work, but after the fall of Saigon, he completed an additional advanced degree in counseling and became an effective school guidance counselor, pastoring on the weekends. To that end, his advice on developing the National Heritage Center’s education curriculum, especially regarding the character traits associated with the Medal of Honor, was indispensable.

I had the opportunity to watch Gary address a class of middle-school students before the very destructive COVID school shutdowns, and you could hear a pin drop in that room. Gary inscribed a copy of his citation to his students, noting: “To really live, you must almost die. To those who fought for it — life has a meaning the protected will never know. Life is about loving God and others.”

In a book profile of his life in service to our nation and God, Blaze of Light, by Marcus Brotherton, Gary noted: “For His Honor — On April 1, 1970 … I almost lost my life. On July 2, 1972 … I found eternal life. On October 15, 1973 … my country said I was a hero … but I knew the truth. Once a man of war … now a man of God.”

Gary was clear: “My story is God’s story. This medal is not about me. This medal is about him. Without God’s grace, I wouldn’t have been able to survive Vietnam. Without his forgiveness in my life, I wouldn’t have been able to live with myself. Without his love, I wouldn’t have healed from my wounds. This medal is ultimately about him, and I wear it for his honor.”

Gary had been fighting cancer for the last year. His son Stephen wrote of his passing the day after Christmas: “My father was able to give us the best Christmas present ever. He gave our family one last Christmas together. All of us were here yesterday and we were all able to see him and say our goodbyes. He was a blessing and a Hero to everyone that knew him. I am incredibly blessed to be able to call this hero my Dad and a Papa to my kids. I love you so much and I am happy you are at peace and with God now. … Continued prayers for comfort are welcomed and appreciated.”

His daughter Stephanie added: “There was immense love and caring from him, and also strength. He was a quiet man, but he had such strength and he imparted that to anyone he spoke to. He would always say to live a life of significance, and make sure what you’re doing has a purpose. That motivates me to always want to have purpose in everything I do, everyone I meet and everybody I talk to, to really point them to Jesus.”

Gary leaves behind his wife, Lolly, and a large family. He was 74.

Thank you, Gary — God bless you and your family.

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NASA Pushes the Limits

The James Webb Space Telescope may give us a glimpse at the mysteries of the universe.

Emmy Griffin

“Of all things visible, the highest is the heaven of the fixed stars.” —Nicolaus Copernicus

Since the beginning of time, man has looked at the stars in wonder. Our scientists have come a long way from On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres, the famous work proclaiming the heliocentric theory, by Nicolaus Copernicus. Our 2022 version of looking at the stars now takes the shape of an incredible space telescope called the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).

JWST is likely to be far superior to the Hubble Space Telescope in terms of taking pictures of deep space. That is, if this telescope is able to unfold and function as designed in space. Because of its size, JWST was designed to launch into space folded up. Once in its designated orbit, it is supposed to unfurl in the sky like an elaborate metal origami. If successful, the telescope will have performed an amazing feat of engineering.

Another cool feature of this telescope that is a key component for it to be able to see deep into space is a three-mirror anastigmat. This use of mirrors helps the telescope capture a larger amount of light from the stars and bend it back to the camera of the telescope. JWSC is specifically designed to see infrared light (heat), which is important because in the expanding universe theory, light from stars from the beginning of the universe still have those heat signatures.

To be able to see this light, the telescope and its mirrors need to be really cold. Special sunshields block any infrared rays coming from the Sun, Moon, and Earth, creating a permanent night and a significantly cold temperature for the telescope. Each of the five layers is approximately the size of a tennis court. The sunshields began to unfurl on December 31. This is the first of many more intricate steps the telescope needs to take before being able to start looking deep into space.

Why should we care about this telescope? It’s a phenomenal scientific achievement, possibly the most intricate to date. It could possibly help us answer from a scientific standpoint huge questions like: How does the universe work? How do planets form? Is there life on other planets?

The answers to these questions, in concert with what astrophysicists are already discovering with dark matter (the substance that is not made up of atoms and is resistant to light) and dark energy (the force that is pushing the universe to expand), may give us a whole new understanding of the universe in which we live. The recent discoveries of dark matter and dark energy are providing a delicate balance: the dark matter keeping visible atomic matter together, and dark energy pushing that matter asunder. They have shown that these cosmic forces also have an origin point. If there is an origin point for all atomic matter, atomic energy, dark matter, and dark energy, that sounds an awful lot like Genesis 1:2-3. To paraphrase: There was nothing, and then there was light.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if science proved the intelligent design theory to be true? Science and faith have long been falsely pitted against each other as old enemies, and yet, more and more science seems to establish that creation unfolded just as described in Genesis.

So with eager anticipation, we will wait on the first images of this telescope and the truths we hope it will unveil.

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EXECUTIVE NEWS SUMMARY

Jordan Candler

Government & Politics

  • Hypocrite Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez filmed maskless at packed Florida bar (Fox News) | Non compos mentis: AOC says GOP is “projecting their sexual frustrations” after former Trump adviser comments on her vacation photo (Insider)
  • Twitter permanently boots Marjorie Taylor Greene over vaccine “misinformation” (Daily Wire)
  • House Democrats begin preparing for the post-Nancy Pelosi “leadership” era (Washington Post)
  • Adios, Gretchen Whitmer? The top governor’s races to watch in 2022 (Daily Caller)

Security

  • More fentanyl (11,201 pounds) seized at borders than heroin (5,400 pounds) for first time in U.S. history (Daily Wire)
  • Iran sends rocket into space amid faltering nuclear talks (WSJ)
  • “Enormous intelligence concerns for the United States”: China unveils plan to “take over” Latin America (Washington Examiner)

Health

  • D’oh! As Omicron surges, understaffed hospitals ease mandates, rehire unvaxxed employees (Just the News)
  • Iron-fisted Michigan rejects CDC’s new COVID isolation guidance (National Review)
  • A broken clock is right twice a day: Anthony Fauci downplays child COVID hospitalizations hitting record high (Newsweek)

Heartland

  • Nearly 800 homicides: 2021 ends as Chicago’s deadliest year in a quarter-century (AP)
  • Hello, 911? New NYC mayor’s crime-fighting skills come in handy his first hour on the job (PJ Media)
  • Wildfire burns at least 500 homes in Boulder County, Colorado (Denver Post)

Clown World

  • New York State has declared racism a public health emergency (Not the Bee)
  • Newly crowned “Jeopardy!” winner, dubbed highest earning “female” ever, is actually a man (Daily Wire)
  • British newspaper cancels “Person of the Year” poll after biological realist J.K. Rowling runs away with top spot (Daily Wire)

Odds & Ends

  • Harry Reid, political pugilist and longtime Senate majority leader, dies (The Hill)
  • No charges for Andrew Cuomo from allegations by two women (AP)
  • Jake Tapper producer caught in pedo scandal resigns from CNN (Post Millennial)
  • Where is the outrage over the killing of Baltimore police officer Keona Holley? (NY Post)
  • What could possibly go wrong? Germany shuts down half of its six remaining nuclear plants (AP)

Closing Arguments

  • Policy: A conservative alternative to Biden’s national security agenda (National Review)
  • Humor: “You’re just mad you can’t date me!” shouts AOC to confused drive-thru worker at Arby’s (Babylon Bee)

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Insight: “If we are to have another contest in the near future of our national existence, I predict that the dividing line will not be Mason and Dixon’s but between patriotism and intelligence on the one side, and superstition, ambition and ignorance on the other.” —Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885)

Upright: “I’m proud to be a citizen of the United States of America, the land of the free and home of the brave. I will never take for granted the Freedoms that I have here.” —NBA player Enes Kanter Freedom

Hogwash: “Governors are rewarding [with unemployment benefits unvaxxed workers who were terminated]. … No person who was present at the founding of this country — Franklin, Washington, Madison, Hamilton — would endorse this idea of liberty. Liberty always involved the idea that you can do what you want, as long as you don’t impinge on someone else, and that is not what is happening here. People who stay unvaccinated are impinging on other people. They are propagating the virus. They are going to hospitals that are overloaded if they happen to get very sick. This is hardly individual liberty that does not impact the wellbeing of other people.” —bioethicist Ezekiel Emanuel

Friendly fire: “I cannot believe this is where we are almost two years into the pandemic. Everybody saw it coming. We knew we needed more tests. I think the administration had dropped the ball on this. They focused a lot on vaccines, which is terrific. Vaccines are a really, really important part of this, but did not pay enough attention to testing. And I think it has been really costly in this holiday season.” —Dean of Brown University School of Public Health Dr. Ashish Jha

A blind squirrel finds a nut: “If you look at the children who are hospitalized, many of them are hospitalized with COVID as opposed to because of COVID. And what we mean by that — if a child goes in the hospital, they automatically get tested for COVID. And they get counted as a COVID-hospitalized individual, when in fact they may go in for a broken leg or appendicitis or something like that. So it’s overcounting the number of children who are, quote, ‘hospitalized with COVID,’ as opposed to because of COVID.” —Dr. Anthony Fauci

The BIG Lie: “We’re ending 2021 with what one analyst described as the strongest first-year economic track record of any president in the last 50 years.” —Joe Biden

The BIG Lie II: “Today, America is the only leading economy in the world where household incomes and the economy as a whole are stronger than they were before the pandemic, even accounting for price increases. The economy I inherited nearly a year ago wasn’t just in crisis; it wasn’t working for working people. And I told you that’s the reason I ran. It’s about time the middle class and working-class people got a shot.” —Joe Biden

Belly laugh of the week: “For many of us the most positive development of 2021 is 340 days without Donald J. Trump in the White House. There’s other good news: The economy is humming. … A scandal-free Biden administration.” —The Hill opinion contributor Albert Hunt

Anti-Semitic birds of a feather: “Israel is a racist European ethnostate built on stolen land from its indigenous population!” —Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez legislative assistant Hussain Altamimi (“In September, Ocasio-Cortez appeared to cry after the House passed a bill to fund Israel’s Iron Dome, which protects the Jewish state from rocket attacks from the terrorist groups Hamas in the south and Hezbollah in the north. … In July 2019 Ocasio-Cortez said that Palestinians ‘have no choice but to riot’ against Israel. … In July 2018 … Ocasio-Cortez called Israel the ‘occupiers’ of ‘Palestine.’” —The Daily Wire)

Theater of the absurd: “If Republicans are mad they can’t date me they can just say that instead of projecting their sexual frustrations onto my boyfriend’s feet. Ya creepy weirdos.” —Alexandria “Maskless in Florida” Ocasio-Cortez

Dezinformatsiya: “Japan has decided not to send senior officials to the Beijing Olympics in February — a move that will align it with the U.S. diplomatic boycott over China’s alleged human rights abuses.” —MSNBC producer Kyle Griffin (“It’s truly pathetic that a U.S. media outlet who pushed the Russian collusion hoax for 4 years, the phony Russian bounty story and believes Hunter Biden’s laptop is Russian disinformation doesn’t believe Tiananmen Square was real.” —former Acting DNI Richard Grenell)

Non sequitur: “A document written in 1787 is inadequate for the 21st century. The Electoral College is poised to create more misfires, with popular vote winners not becoming president, as has happened twice already this century. Territorial expansion has resulted in 16 percent of the U.S. population controlling half the seats in the U.S. Senate. … Let’s face facts: The Constitution isn’t working. It’s time for a little rebellion.” —Catholic University of America professor John Kenneth White (“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” —John Adams)

Village Academic Curriculum: “I would say the governor’s race in Virginia was decided based on the success of a right-wing propaganda campaign that told white parents that they needed to fight against their children being indoctrinated … as being called racists. But that was a propaganda campaign. … And I don’t really understand this idea that parents should decide what’s being taught. … This is why we send our children to school and don’t homeschool, because these are the professional educators who have the expertise to teach social studies, to teach history, to teach science, to teach literature. And I think we should leave that to the educators.” —”1619 Project” author Nikole Hannah-Jones

And last… “If science can’t be questioned, it’s not science anymore. It’s propaganda. And that’s the truth.” —NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers

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Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel says bitcoin has replaced gold as an inflation hedge for millennials | Business Insider

Jeremy Siegel, Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, on an interview on December 30, 2014.

Jeremy Siegel, professor of finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.Scott Mlyn/CNBC/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel believes one asset has stood out as an inflation hedge for many younger folks in the past months: bitcoin.

“Let’s face the fact, I think bitcoin as an inflation hedge in the minds of many of the younger investors has replaced gold,” he told CNBC last Friday. “Digital coins are the new gold for the millennials.”

Determining the best inflation hedge has been a point of contention among investors, especially as the price of goods and services continues to soar. Bitcoin and gold, in particular, have been pitted against each other. Bitcoin’s supply limit of 21 million coins, with 18.9 million already in existence, has made it attractive as a hedge.

Bitcoin evangelists such as Anthony Scaramucci have touted it as an inflation hedge, while some maintain that bitcoin needs more time to prove this narrative.

Others like William Cai, co-founder and managing partner at financial services company Wilshire Phoenix, are not competitors in this high inflationary environment. Instead, investors can use both as hedges, benefiting from gold’s low volatility as well as bitcoin’s upward drive upward.

But as inflation saw the highest rates in 40 years during 2021, bitcoin surged more than 60% last year, while gold slipped 5% to mark its worst year since 2015.

This downturn is indicative of how gold may not rally in an inflationary environment anymore as it did in the 1970s, according to Siegel, the renowned author of the investment book “Stocks for the Long Run.”

“This time, it is not in favor,” he told CNBC, though he added that he still thinks the precious metal is a good investment.

Read the original article on Business Insider

Source: Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel says bitcoin has replaced gold as an inflation hedge for millennials

Taking Back Our Liberty in 2022 | Peace and Prosperity by Ron Paul

For those of us who value liberty, these past two years have been a bad dream. It seems like we fell asleep in early 2020 and woke up in 1984! They said that if we just put on a mask and stayed home for two weeks, we’d be able to return to normal. The two weeks came and went and instead of going back to normal they added more restrictions. These past two years have been a story of moving goalposts and “experts” like Anthony Fauci constantly contradicting themselves.

Early on, in April 2020, I warned in an article titled “Next in Coronavirus Tyranny: Forced Vaccinations and ‘Digital Certificates,’” that the ultimate goal of the “two weeks” crowd was to force vaccines and a “vaccine passport” on Americans.

My concerns were at the time written off as just another conspiracy theory. But less than a year later that “conspiracy theory” became conspiracy fact. I am not happy about being right on this. The introduction of vaccine passports was from the beginning my worst nightmare. The idea that you must “show your papers” to participate in society is a concept that is totally opposed to a free society. It is inhuman.

The history of these past two years is that the worst ideas have been adopted by force and anyone questioning those ideas has been suppressed by force. We learned recently that Dr. Fauci and the director of the National Institutes of Health conspired to deliver a “quick and devastating take-down” of the esteemed scientists behind the Great Barrington Declaration. Were the Great Barrington scientists horribly wrong? Fauci and his boss could not have cared less. They were not interested in a debate. Their only goal was to shut down any opposing views. That’s not science. It’s ideology, politics, and probably self-interest.

As my son Rand said on a recent Liberty Report, thousands of people died because Fauci refused to consider the proven effectiveness of natural immunity against Covid. He and his colleagues were determined to deny any outpatient treatments and insisted on vaccines as the only way out. Now, as we see the vaccines performing so poorly versus natural immunity, their whole strategy lies in tatters. Will anyone apologize to the relatives of all those who died?

When we look back at these two years, hopefully one thing that will be remembered is how the institutions of state power have all lost their credibility. They have been exposed as frauds and worse.

In a recent massively popular Joe Rogan interview with Dr. Robert Malone – inventor of the mRNA technology that is the backbone of the “vaccines” – Malone discusses the disturbing concept of mass formation psychosis, where fear and manipulation are used to drive a society mad in the service of a group of elites with an agenda. We saw it in Germany in the 1930s.

As Charles Mackay wrote in the 19th century about the madness of crowds, humans go insane in groups but recover one at a time.

What is to be done to defeat tyranny in 2022? We must continue to tell the truth. The truth is winning and the liars are losing. One by one their lies are being exposed. But it is not an easy task. Each of us in 2022 can do a little something to promote truth. Do what you can. The rewards are great!

Source: Taking Back Our Liberty in 2022

That Is The Message: 11 Woman Lied While Ex-Governor Told The Truth – No Charges For Disgraced Cuomo

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Martin Luther King Jr. The purpose of government is to restrain men from sin (1 John 3:4), not to advocate it, not to transgress the law, yet this is what is on display when it comes to what it is we see and that on a daily, …

Source: That Is The Message: 11 Woman Lied While Ex-Governor Told The Truth – No Charges For Disgraced Cuomo

COVID-19 Jabs Most Dangerous Medical Product in History — Daily Declaration

By Ethan Huff, Global Research, 28 December 2021.

At a recent online symposium on coronavirus science that was organised by Doctors for COVID Ethics, the most detailed evidence yet against Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccination” was presented for the world’s consideration.

This international group, which has long opposed the mass rollout of Fauci Flu shots, argued that the human immune system, provoked by the injections, could end up attacking its own tissues (autoimmune disease) when it detects the presence of synthetic spike proteins.

Untold thousands of deaths have already occurred from this, though most of them never make it into the government databases. Numerous presenters, including Dr Peter McCullough, who has also long stood against the injections, revealed scientific evidence to support these and other claims.

McCullough, by the way, has actually come out to say that covid “vaccines” are the “most dangerous biological medicinal product rollout in human history.” He remains one of the most vocal opponents to the current agenda.

Self-Destruction

German pathologist and professor Dr Arne Burkhardt, who has more than 40 years of experience in the field, also presented at the symposium. He conducted his own research on the tissues and organs from 15 different patients where a post-mortem had been performed.

Eight of the bodies were women and seven were men, all between the ages of 28 and 95. Each of these individuals died between seven days and six months post-injection.

What Burkhardt found is that in nearly every case, the jabs caused the individuals’ bodies to self-destruct. A specific type of immune cell called a lymphocyte was found to have invaded various parts of the body, eventually causing early death.

Burkhardt presented slides showing that lymphocytes had infiltrated the heart muscle in particular, causing systemic inflammation. The resulting lesions were small and probably overlooked, “but the destruction of just a few muscle cells may have a devastating effect,” he warned.

“If the inflammatory infiltration is found where the impulse for the contraction of the heart is given, this may lead to heart failure,” he further said.

It was also discovered that a lymphocyte invasion occurred in other vital organs such as the liver, kidneys, uterus, brain, thyroid and skin, all of which showed signs of autoimmune damage.

How much mRNA poison can the body handle before it goes kaput?

Canadian microbiologist and professor Dr Michael Palmer summed up Burkhardt’s presentation by explaining that anyone with honest medical training will clearly see “just how devastating the effect of these vaccines can be, at least in those who die after the vaccination.”

“We also now know why the authorities were very hesitant to have autopsies performed on such victims,” Palmer added.

As to why some people are not suffering such an extreme fate post-injection, Palmer warned that the total lifetime dose of messenger RNA toxins is limited, suggesting that it varies from person to person.

Due to a lack of experimental data, it is unknown what these thresholds are. And according to Palmer, this is “one of the great scandals of these vaccines, that no proper toxicity studies have been carried out.”

We do know from animal studies that the contents of the jabs do not remain at the site of injection. They circulate throughout the entire body, combining with receptors and lining blood vessels, which in many people causes clotting and excessive bleeding.

The long-term risks of this are what will really be telling once the contents of the jabs really make their way throughout people’s bodies over the long haul. Widespread death from seemingly no specific cause is likely to occur in the coming months and years.

More related news about Fauci Flu jabs can be found at Genocide.news.

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Originally published at Global Research. Photo by Towfiqu Barbhuiya from Pexels.

COVID-19 Jabs Most Dangerous Medical Product in History — Daily Declaration