A mysterious company offered several social media personalities with large followings in France and Germany payments in exchange for spreading false information about COVID-19 vaccines, according to multiple reports. The social media users told journalists that they received emails in May offering substantial payments in exchange for producing videos with false and negative information about the Pfizer vaccine. Fazze, the company that sent the emails, claims to be a London-based PR agency, but several reports have shown there is no business registration for Fazze in England, and some have indicated the company is tied to Russia, according to The Guardian. Fazze has not responded to requests for comment, reports the AP.
It would not surprise me in the least if agents of the Russian government were behind this effort. Will wait, however, for Western intelligence to present evidence and conclusions.
Rep. Mike Gallagher voted against the January 6th commission, yet here he is locked in his office on January 6th calling it "banana republic crap" and begging Trump to call it off. Classic GOP hypocrisy. pic.twitter.com/aMzVaCNQhP
Back in April, a group of teenage boys, ages 13-16, attacked a group of teenage girls on a train platform in Howth, near Dublin Ireland. At the 35" mark, you can see that one of the girls falls under the train while trying to evade the attackers.
Fortunately, others warned the engineer, and the girl was pulled from beneath the train before it moved. The boys have been identified. The mother of one boy is threatening to sue the railroad because the video was leaked to the press.
Police believe they've identified the main culprits. No arrests have been made, but it's expected that the boys will be criminally charged as adults.
In the foreground, a swimmer is observing the herring school in shallow near-shore water. The boat behind him is a boat assigned to do test samples of the herring to evaluate when to harvest them at the prime time. The red flag with a white diagonal stripe is to alert boats there is a diver/swimmer nearby.
Sen. Mitt Romney was booed by over 2,100 Republican delegates for the party’s state convention: "I’m a man who says what he means, and you know I was not a fan of our last president’s character issues,” Romney said as crowd shouted “traitor” or “communist”https://t.co/jJKMPZBFHJ