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Marjorie Taylor Greene floats bills to cut Fauci’s salary, ‘ban’ vaccine passports



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Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R) on Thursday put forward a pair of bills that would lower Dr. Anthony Fauci‘s salary to 0$ and outlaw vaccine passports, though neither having a serious chance of passing.

In a Thursday press release, the controversial congresswoman slammed Fauci—the nation’s top infectious disease official—and proposed the “Fire Fauci Act”. The bill would cut Fauci’s salary down to $0 “until a new NIAID [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases] Administrator is confirmed by the Senate” and launch an investigation to find out “what Fauci and the NIAID knew, when they knew it, what they spent money on and how the agency responded to the virus.”

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However, the NIAID director’s appointment is not subject to Senate confirmation, as Politico‘s Andrew Desiderio and others pointed out. Even if the bill is passed, it is unclear if such a pay cut could be authorized, according to The Hill.

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The second proposed bill, the “We Will Not Comply Act,” would “ban” vaccine passports—documents that verify one’s COVID-19 vaccination status—by prohibiting businesses engaging in interstate commerce from “discriminating against a person based on their COVID-19 vaccine status”. Among other proposals, it would also allow people to sue businesses with such a requirement.

Neither of Greene’s bills, however, are expected to pass—with Democrats in control of the House.

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Like Greene, other Republican lawmakers have blasted Fauci for what they see as missteps during the pandemic’s early stages, as well as for claims of inconsistency and political bias.

RELATED: Rand Paul: ‘Dr. Fauci needs to put up or shut up’

As for vaccine passports, many GOP governors have slammed the concept—with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, for example, pushing for his state to ban any requirement for such passports.

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Air Force Veteran: Decades-Long Secret U.S. Military Programs Retrieves Crafts of “Non-Human Origin”



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David Charles Grusch, a decorated former combat officer and Air Force veteran, claims that secret U.S. military programs have been retrieving vehicles of “non-human origin” for several decades. Grusch’s explosive interview first aired on News Nation. The Air Force whistleblower has served in various intelligence roles, including as a representative to Congress’ Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force and as co-lead of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) analysis at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Grusch has filed a whistleblower complaint with Congress and the Intelligence Community Inspector General, presenting classified information that allegedly proves the recovery of partial fragments and intact vehicles of exotic origin. He asserts that these recoveries have been ongoing and involve the U.S. government, its allies, and defense contractors. The vehicles’ morphologies, material science testing, and possession of “unique atomic arrangements and radiological signatures” Grusch said are cited as evidence of their non-human intelligence, according to reports from Fox News. 

In an interview on News Nation, Grusch reveals that senior and former intelligence officers confided in him, sharing information and proof of their involvement in a secret craft retrieval program.

This program was allegedly kept separate from the UAP Task Force, which Grusch claims was not fully briefed on these activities. The recovered vehicles, described as non-human origin technical vehicles or spacecraft, are said to have either landed or crashed, sometimes resulting in the recovery of deceased occupants.

“These are retrieving non-human origin technical vehicles, call it spacecraft if you will, non-human exotic origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed,” Grusch stated.

“Well, naturally, when you recover something that’s either landed or crashed. Sometimes you encounter dead pilots and believe it or not, as fantastical as that sounds, it’s true.” He emphatically stated the the human race is, “definitely not alone.”

Grusch alleges that UFO “legacy programs” have long been concealed within multiple agencies, operating within conventional secret access programs without proper reporting to oversight authorities.

He contends that a “publicly unknown Cold War” has been ongoing for decades, involving the recovery and exploitation of UAP crashes/landings by the U.S. and near-peer adversaries. He said, their is a “publicly unknown Cold War for recovered and exploited physical material – a competition with near-peer adversaries over the years to identify UAP crashes/landings and retrieve the material for exploitation/reverse engineering to garner asymmetric national defense advantages.”

Grusch expresses concerns about a sophisticated disinformation campaign targeting the public and highlights the ethical and moral issues associated with it. Durimng his interview with News Nation he stated, “There is a sophisticated disinformation campaign targeting the U.S. populace which is extremely unethical and immoral,”

Since 2022, Grusch has been providing recorded classified information to Congress, including details about the materials-recovery program. While specific data remains classified, current members of the recovery program have reportedly spoken to the Inspector General’s office, corroborating the information in Grusch’s complaint.

Retired Army Colonel Karl Nell, who worked with Grusch on the UAP Task Force, supports the claim of a terrestrial arms race and acknowledges the existence of technologies of unknown origin derived from non-human intelligence.

Grusch’s allegations of secret U.S. military programs retrieving vehicles of non-human origin have sparked significant interest and raised questions about the extent of government involvement in UAP-related activities.

As investigations continue, the disclosure of classified information and the corroboration by individuals within the recovery program add weight to Grusch’s claims, signaling the need for further scrutiny and transparency in understanding these extraordinary phenomena.

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