Video: Biden White House Refuses To Investigate COVID Origin; Warns Americans Off Lab Leak Theory

"We don't have enough information to draw a conclusion about the origins"



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White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declared Monday that evidence pointing to a Chinese lab leak causing the coronavirus pandemic does not constitute “enough data and information to jump to a conclusion,” and indicated that the US will not conduct its own investigation.

When Psaki was asked by Fox News reporter Peter Doocy if the White House will throw its weight behind a US led investigation into the origin of the outbreak, she responded “I think you’re misunderstanding how this process actually works.”

“With 589,920 dead Americans at what point does President Biden say we don’t want to wait for the WHO effort, we don’t know what they’re doing, this needs to be an American-led effort to get to the bottom of what happened?” Doocy had asked. 

“We need access to the underlying data and information in order to have that investigation,” Psaki added, indicating that it will not happen.

“What we can’t do, and what I would caution anyone doing, is leaping ahead of an actual international process,” Psaki also said, while refusing to comment on the release of a previously undisclosed intelligence report highlighting that three researchers from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology were hospitalized in November 2019 with coronavirus symptoms.

“[W]e’re hopeful that WHO can move into a more transparent, independent phase two investigation,” Psaki added, indicating that the Biden administration is still putting confidence in the global health body, despite its documented repeated failings.

“We have repeatedly called for the WHO to support an expert-driven evaluation of the pandemic’s origins that is free from interference or politicization,” Psaki continued.

“We don’t have enough information to draw a conclusion about the origins,” Psaki claimed, adding “We need data. We need an independent investigation. And that’s exactly what we’ve been calling for.”

Doocy intercede, asking “So is there any amount of casualties from COVID in this country that would make you not want to wait for an international effort?”

Psaki responded “I think the family members of the loved ones whose lives have been lost and deserve accurate information, data, not the jumping to a conclusion without having the information necessary to conclude what the origins are.”


The WHO previously complained that it had ‘not been invited’ by China to investigate the outbreak, and has continually been criticised for propping up Communist Party talking points.

As we previously highlighted, after spending months trying to negotiate a visit, WHO officials largely absolved China of blame for the COVID-19 pandemic after visiting a virus lab in Wuhan for just 3 hours.

WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned Monday that it is an “evolutionary certainty” that an even worse pandemic is coming in the future.

“Make no mistake, this will not be the last time the world faces the threat of pandemic,” Tedros said, adding “there will be another virus with the potential to be more transmittable and more deadly than this one.”

Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Being Tested on Babies

Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Being Tested on Babies



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  • An eight-month-old baby is the youngest person in the world to have been fully vaccinated with two doses of Pfizer’s experimental COVID-19 vaccine.
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had previously granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the experimental COVID vaccines for use in adults and has recently expanded its authorization to include adolescents over 12 years old, but no data are available pertaining to the vaccine’s use in babies and small children.
  • Two “camps” have emerged: Parents who believe vaccination is safe, effective and the only way forward out of the pandemic and parents who are concerned about short- and long-term consequences of the experimental vaccinations and do not want their children used as “guinea pigs.”

An eight-month-old baby is the youngest person in the world to be given two doses of Pfizer/BioNTech’s experimental vaccine against COVID-19.1 Little Vincenzo “Enzo” Mincolla,” of Baldwinsville in upstate New York, was injected with his first dose at just seven months of age and got his second dose last week on May 12, 2021. Baby Enzo’s parents are both doctors and expressed “no qualms about getting their baby vaccinated,” stating that, “We are helping science and evidence-based medicine.”2

Little Enzo is one of six infants included in Pfizer’s phase 1 clinical trial at the Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY, along with another 10 babies and young children being vaccinated and evaluated at three other research facilities across the U.S. The babies in the study were given two three-microgram doses of the vaccine, with a three-week interval between doses, equating to one-tenth of the dose adapted for older children and adults. No immediate short-term adverse reactions have been reported for any of the babies vaccinated so far, which has led to some concern among the researchers.

Researchers Concerned Dose Given to Infants May Be Too Low

Noting that the dosage might be too low for the age group,3 Joseph Domachowske, MD a pediatric infectious disease specialist at Upstate Medical University and chief investigator of the study, said that Pfizer has temporarily halted the study in order to evaluate the antibody response. If the babies do not develop antibodies to COVID-19, or the antibody response is lower than the targeted efficacy, Pfizer may recruit an additional 16 babies and treat them with a higher dose, which is projected to be 10 micrograms.4

Parents Split on Enrolling Children in Experimental Studies

Parents of other children participating in COVID-19 vaccine trials tend to agree with Enzo’s parents about the advantages of vaccination. Zinaida Good, PhD, a Stanford researcher whose young children are taking part in the vaccine trial at Stanford, said, ““I enrolled my kids, not because I want them to be part of a crazy experiment, but for them to have the best chance to stay healthy.”5

Other parents worry more about the potential side effects—both acute and long-term—of an experimental vaccine that has not been studied in larger, long-term clinical trials and a more substantial history of safety. One parent, who wanted to remain anonymous because she was concerned that she would be judged harshly for her decision, said, “I think for my children until we see a little bit more research and it’s proven that it’s something that is necessary, I think I’m going to wait.”

Krystal Shepard, another parent who agrees with that sentiment, said she does not want her kids being used “as guinea pigs.” She is quoted as saying, “What’s going to happen 10 to 15 years from now? I don’t want to find out with my kids…I’m not opposed to other people feeling that they want this for their family and for themselves. I think this is the right for every person to choose for themselves what they want to put in their body.”6

No Safety Data in Children Under 12 Years of Age

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had previously approved the experimental biologic under emergency use authorization for use in adults and has recently updated its recommendations to include adolescents over age 12.7 Addressing the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, David Kessler, MD, chief COVID-19 scientific officer for the current administration, projected that safety and efficacy data on the vaccines might be available on children under age 12 by late fall of 2021. Responding to that prediction, Anthony Fauci, MD indicated that, “steps to vaccinate younger children will probably occur in stages, progressing younger and younger, as study evidence accumulates.”8

Noting that he believes the COVID-19 vaccines have so far been shown to be safe and effective, pediatric infectious disease specialist James Campbell, who serves on the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP’s) Infectious Disease Committee, nevertheless acknowledges that, “Before COVID-19 vaccines become available for younger children, clinical trials need to be completed. This is to ensure they are safe and effective for these age groups. Children are not little adults; we can’t just assume a vaccine will have the same effect on a child as it does for someone older.”9

Muslims Burn Jewish Homes, Synagogues

Israel: Muslim rioters burn 10 synagogues, 112 Jewish homes, 29 mosques exposed as weapons storage sites



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Nothing to see here. Doesn’t every church have a weapons stockpile? The Left today seems to think so.

“Muslim Rioters in Israel Burn 10 Synagogues, 112 Jewish Homes,” United With Israel, May 21, 2021:

At least 10 synagogues were attacked and burned in the past week of Muslim riots across the country while 28 mosques were exposed as weapons storage sites, the data show.

Data from the Central District of Fire and Rescue show that from last Tuesday, 10 synagogues and government institutions in the city of Lod in the center of the country have been set on fire. No mosques were attacked or burned.

The data also show that 28 mosques were exposed as weapons caches, where rocks and Molotov cocktails were prepared and stored.

Similarly, 22 Muslim prayer houses were documented as being used to incite riots against Jews.

112 Jewish homes have so far been burned in Muslim riots, compared to one house of an Arab family in Jaffa, which turned out to have been set on fire by Arabs.

No looted Arab homes have been reported so far, while 386 looted Jewish homes were documented.

A total of 673 Jewish homes were vandalized and 12 Arab homes were damaged.

849 Jewish-owned cars were set on fire, as opposed to 13 Arab-owned cars.

Conversely, Jews who used weapons in self-defense were arrested by the police, while so far, no Arabs were arrested for the use of firearms, despite the injuries of several Jews in shooting incidents….


 Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, NYC: Muslim destroys crucifix, sets fire to a yeshiva and synagogue, and burns an American flag


Biden Investigates US Military with islamic activists

Biden Brings in Islamic Activists to Investigate U.S. Military for 'Extremism'

Muslim Brotherhood supporters to help Biden destroy American soldiers.



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Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

A decade ago, Hina Shamsi was fighting on behalf of the Holy Land Foundation whose leaders had been convicted of providing material support to Hamas.

As the head of the ACLU’s National Security Project, Shamsi, a Pakistani citizen, had fought fiercely for the Islamic terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. “We all must pledge — not one person more in Guantanamo, not in our names,” she recently declared.

But now the Pakistani advocate for Islamic terrorists has a new job: going after our soldiers.

Shamsi (pictured above left) is one of the terror lawyers who appear on a list of partners for the Biden administration's crackdown on "extremism" in the military. The only kind of extremism that Shamsi appears to be an expert on is the Islamic kind and her expertise has been in denying it.

Furthermore, at least as of 2017, Shamsi had described herself as a Pakistani citizen with permanent legal residency in America.

She’s not the only apparent Pakistani citizen tasked by Biden to go after our troops.

Take Faiza Patel, another Pakistani immigrant, who co-wrote an article arguing against designating the Muslim Brotherhood as a foreign terrorist organization. The article claimed that "the Muslim Brotherhood is a religious organization, a political party, and a social service provider" and that it had "disavowed violence decades ago."

That would come as news to Hamas and its other active Jihadist network members.

In another co-written article, Faiza Patel claimed that laws against Sharia were Islamophobic.

Patel has worked for international organizations in Europe, including the International Criminal Tribunal, and was a member of a UN Human Rights Council working group which listed her as a member from Pakistan, not the United States, raising questions about her citizenship.

And yet Shamsi and Patel aren’t the worst of the list of partners for the Biden administration’s Countering Extremism Working Group (CEWG) published by OANN correspondent Jack Posobiec

While Biden's Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin had announced the CEWG group to counter supposed "extremism" in the military, the list of CEWG partners contains a lot of Muslim lawyers and activists. In addition to Shamsi, there’s fellow Pakistani ACLU activist: Manar Waheed.

The list includes Wael Alzayat in his role as the CEO of Emgage. The national co-chair and founding member of the Islamic group is Khurrum Wahid who has been described as one of the country’s most prominent terror lawyers and whose clients include an Al Qaeda operative who plotted to kill President George W. Bush and Sami al-Arian who was linked to Islamic Jihad.

Wahid had been placed on a terrorist watch list and Emgage, as counterterrorism researcher Joe Kaufman noted, "holds events at terror-linked mosques”: including one founded by al-Arian.

Emgage's board includes Dhabah ‘Debbie’ Almontaser who was forced out of her old job over t-shirts reading “Intifada NYC”. Nada al Hanooti, Emgage's Executive Director for Michigan, is the daughter of Muthanna al Hanooti, a former CAIR leader who was accused of working for Saddam Hussein and Iraq's intelligence agency.

Is that the kind of extremism expertise that the Department of Defense really needs?

Also on the list of Biden's CEWG partners is Iman Boukadou:, the staff attorney for the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC).

The ADC has a long history of defending and excusing Islamic terrorism. "I know many people in Hamas. They are very respectable," its former president Hamzi Moghrabi had said. Former ADC president Hussein Ibish called Hezbollah “a disciplined and responsible liberation force” whose members “conducted themselves in an exemplary manner.”

Boukadoum was most recently hard at work fighting for Abdelhaleem Ashqar, who had been convicted of obstruction of justice in a case involving the flow of money to Hamas.

Ashqar ran for president of the Palestinian Authority while awaiting trial in the United States. He had argued that the evidence against him had come from a time when “Hamas was not designated as a terrorist organization” and boasted that, “they wanted me to testify against my people. I said I'd rather die than betray my commitment to freedom and justice for Palestine."

American military personnel are being put at the mercy of advocates for their worst enemies.

Biden’s DOD radicals have assembled a list of activists who have absolutely no credibility when it comes to extremism. Multiple “partners” for Biden’s Countering Extremism Working Group have appeared at events for CAIR, ICNA, and other terror-linked organizations. Some have appeared at events featuring advocates for Islamic terrorism, sharia, and violence against non-Muslims. They’re the extremists that Americans should be concerned about.

It was not surprising that Biden's CEWG partner list would include multiple personnel from the discredited Southern Poverty Law Center including Heidi Beirich, formerly of the SPLC, currently running her own organization, the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism, which barely has a website.

Or that the only conservative on the list is the First Liberty Institute. FLI's Michael Berry also appears to be the only person on Biden’s list who is qualified for this role as a Lt. Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve who works as FLI's Director of Military Affairs.

But to Biden, defending Al Qaeda and Hamas terrorists is the only qualification needed for going after American soldiers. That tells us everything we need to know about Biden’s goals.

Biden's Secretary of Defense Austin falsely claimed that "this is not about politics or political views." His list of partners makes it abundantly clear that this is entirely about politics.

The list consists almost entirely of organizations and individuals who supported Biden.

And that makes this look even more like a political purge of the military by a radical administration that began its time in office by abusing the military for political purposes, and has made it clear that it intends to eliminate any opposition within the military to its political views.

But it’s striking that a third of Biden’s CEWG partners are Muslim. Especially since the Biden administration isn’t looking for another Nidal Hasan in the hopes of averting another Fort Hood Massacre, but is instead trying to rewrite history to pretend that the greatest threat to our national security comes from Biden’s political opponents rather than from his Islamist backers.

The Obama administration infamously dismantled our counterterrorism programs and replaced them with Countering Violent Extremism (CVE). Biden is dismantling CVE and siccing Islamist activists and their lawyers on the military to implement a ruthless purge of American soldiers.

Witnessing Gitmo lawyers licking their lips at the prospect of bringing the Jihad into the heart of the military against soldiers who bravely served our country but have no defense against being betrayed by their own government is as disheartening to us as it must be to them.

“Did we lose a war?” the ordinary American confronted with this reversal of terror may wonder.

And the answer is, “Yes, we did.”

Doctors, Parents File Motion to Stop FDA Authorization of COVID Vaccines for Children

Doctors, Parents File Motion to Stop FDA Authorization of COVID Vaccines for Children



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America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) has filed a motion in federal court seeking a temporary restraining order to “prevent the expansion of the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for COVID-19 vaccines to include children under the age of 16,” the group announced in a statement this weekend.  

Life Site News reports the motion was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama and is directed against Secretary Xavier Becerra and the Department of Health and Human Services.

“There is no public interest in subjecting children to an inoculation program, in order to protect them from a disease that simply does not threaten them,” stated attorney Lowell H. Becraft, Jr. “Children are inherently incapable of providing informed consent. Neither the children nor their parents can possibly give informed consent to these vaccines since the DHHS Secretary has failed to make even the minimum statutory disclosures regarding risks and alternative treatments.” 

According to concerned doctors with the group, the risks associated with the COVID-19 vaccine far outweigh any benefits of protecting children from a virus that causes minimal, if any, symptoms.

“We’ve never seen this level of side effects for any vaccine without the FDA taking action,” stated Dr. Angelina Farella, AFLDS Pediatric Medical Director. “The Rotavirus vaccine was pulled for 15 cases of non-lethal side effects and the Swine Flu vaccine was pulled for 25 deaths. But now, by the CDC’s own data, we are seeing a 12,000 percent increase in deaths with these vaccines and they’re still talking about giving this to our kids.”

The latest side effect of the COVID-19 vaccine, it seems, is myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, which has been reported in teens and young adults within days of receiving a second dose of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.

“Our children should never be the experiment,” she continued. “No additional authorizations or mandates should be granted. We want to preserve the previously established safety standards.”

In addition to AFLDS, plaintiffs on the motion include individual doctors and parents of minor children.  

“I’ve done my research and know that there is essentially zero percent risk for young people dying of COVID-19 and fiercely oppose the use of an untested product that has not been fully approved for use in healthy children,” said plaintiff Matt Schweder, a parent of minor children.

Because of the minimal risks for children of dying of COVID-19, the plaintiffs contend the defendants will be unable to make “science-based” arguments that assert “preserving the status quo will create any hardship for them or for the public.” After all, the survivability rate for COVID-19 for individuals under the age of 20 is 99.997 percent, according to statistics cited by the plaintiffs.

The motion reads, “EUA requires that an intervention address a serious or life-threatening condition, and for known and potential benefits of the intervention to be balanced against the known and potential harms.” But, “[t]here is not even a pretense of a factual basis that COVID-19 represents a serious or life-threatening condition for children under 16, since the CDC acknowledges they face 0% risk of mortality from COVID-19 statistically.”

Meanwhile, the risks associated with the vaccine have been well-documented since their rollout. The plaintiffs note there have been more than 4,000 deaths tied to the COVID-19 vaccines in the last four months, far surpassing the 1,500 total in the previous 10 years for all vaccines.

Likewise, researchers have voiced concerns that spike proteins from the vaccines cross the blood-brain barrier and can potentially increase autoimmune disorders, which are far more harmful than COVID-19 for young people.

In addition to fighting against the use of vaccines for minor children, the plaintiffs also strongly discourage the vaccines for healthy populations between the ages of 20 and 69, the motion reads.

Sadly, the government’s COVID agenda has prompted decision-makers at all levels, as well as much of the medical community and average citizens, to look the other way when it comes to the dangers of the COVID vaccines. Typically, the plaintiffs note, experimental vaccine rollout is paused by the government when there are 25 unexplained deaths associated with the shot. Yet 4,000 deaths have failed to prompt any action.

The plaintiffs contend their motion includes arguments that will make clear to the court that the EUAs should never have been granted and should be immediately revoked, and that the injections are more dangerous than the virus itself. The motion also asserts that numerous laws have been broken in the process of granting the EUAs and the efforts to push the vaccines out. The motion includes assurances that the plaintiffs will be bringing suit “in the near future” against the EUAs.

“We all would like to put COVID-19 behind us, but we must be responsible about it as physicians, parents and as a nation. People are being misled here and we need to ensure that we don’t rob our children of their future because of a rush to administer a vaccine that has not been fully tested and approved,” stated Dr. Teryn Clarke, executive communications director for America’s Frontline Doctors. 

The group contends the best approach to COVID-19 should protect both physicians and citizens from government overreach, preserve Constitutional freedoms, and remove threats of “medical ‘cancel culture’ and media censorship.” More successful ways to stop the virus, according to the motion, include expanding COVID-19 treatment options for all Americans and providing over-the-counter COVID preventative and early treatment options to all Americans who need them. The group rejects mandatory government lockdowns and restrictions unsupported by science, instead asserting the best care focuses on the nation’s “at-risk” population.