A Severe Computer Chip Shortage Will Last “A Few Years”, And This Could Plunge The Global Economy Into Utter Chaos
by Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse Blog:
Of all the shortages that we are currently facing, the global computer chip shortage may be the most serious. That is because the chip shortage is expected to last “a few years”, and just about every sector of the world economy will be dramatically affected by this. When people think of products that contain computer chips, they tend to think of electronic devices such as televisions, phones and laptops. But computer chips are in thousands of other products as well. They are in the vehicles that we drive, they are in the toys our children play with, and they are in the heavy machinery that farmers use to produce our food. Without computer chips, our society as it is constituted today simply could not function, and so this is a really big deal.
by Bryan Preston, PJ Media:
Austin Mayor Steve Adler announced that he wanted to “reimagine” public safety in the city. If the use of the word “reimagine” pinged your “I’ve got a bad feeling about this” radar, you will soon know how right you are.
Thus far, “reimagining” public safety has gravely damaged it in Austin. It has amounted to cutting about $150 million from the Austin Police Department’s budget and standing idly by while violent crime rates have soared in the once peaceful and slightly weird city. Two APD cadet classes were also canceled.
by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News:
You find these “isolation” claims in many studies, in the “methods” section, where researchers describe their procedures in detail.
It’s obvious, however, that the researchers have their own special definition of the word “isolated.” For them, it actually means un-isolated. It’s as if they’ve decided that “sunshine” denotes “darkness.”
These researchers create a soup in a dish in a lab. They put toxic chemicals and drugs in the soup. They put monkey and/or human cells in the soup. There is much other genetic material in the brew—including, supposedly, the virus.
Update (1435ET): President Trump has taken to Twitter to express outrage at Vice President Mike Pence, who earlier in the day said he wouldn’t interfere with the results of the 2020 election.
“Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution, giving States a chance to certify a corrected set of facts, not the fraudulent or inaccurate ones which they were asked to previously certify,” Trump tweeted, adding: “USA demands the truth!”