New information appears to show that while the US government is still pushing Americans to take an experimental vaccine, the CDC is also covering up evidence about the drug’s harmful effects. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more.
Dr. Peter McCullough joined OAN’s Stella Escobedo to talk about monkeypox and how it’s treated. He also talked about the CDC’s mask alert for travelers, which he believes is unnecessary as its not airborne.
The Drug Enforcement Administration in El Paso, Texas has warned of a possible surge in drug overdoses. According to the agency, nine patients were taken to local hospitals after experiencing signs of overdoses over a span of around 36-hours last week. Additionally, El Paso police reported two people died from an accidental overdose last month.
Vice President Kamala Harris visited a children’s hospital in D.C. in the wake of a mental health crisis in America. She held a press conference at the Children’s National Hospital on Tuesday.
Jif peanut butter products hare being recalled over linked cases to salmonella. The company issued a voluntary recall of 50-varities of it’s peanut butter, including creamy, natural, crunchy, reduced fat and several others.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Md.) suggested that Republicans are using black mail to demand a vote from Democrats on title 42. Pelosi made those comments during an interview Sunday and questioned why Title 42 was in the COVID relief bill.
Republican lawmakers renewed their call to have the southern border secured after the CDC released alarming new data about drug overdose deaths. One America’s Jericho Dancel has the latest.
Walgreens has agreed to pay Florida $683 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the pharmacy chain helped fuel the opioid crisis in the state. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced the agreement Thursday, which requires Walgreens to pay $620 million to the state over a period of 18-years and 63 million for legal fees.
America First Legal partnered with the state of Texas to file a lawsuit and a motion for a preliminary injunction against the President Joe Biden’s plans to terminate Title 42 on May 23, 2022. Now that a federal judge in Louisiana has temporarily stopped the Biden administration from ending the pandemic restriction at the border, what happens next?