Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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Ascension to require COVID vaccine for associates

From Fox6Now:

Ascension All Saints Hospital

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and new variants of the virus emerge, like many health systems across the country, including in many of Wisconsin's markets, Ascension is moving to require their associates to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

The company conducted a thorough moral and ethical analysis as part of the decision-making process, according to a news release.

Tens of thousands of Ascension associates have already been vaccinated with the available vaccines, as have millions of people across the country and the world.

Ascension will require that all associates be vaccinated against COVID-19, whether or not they provide direct patient care, and whether they work in their sites of care or remotely. This includes associates employed by subsidiaries and partners; physicians and advanced practice providers, whether employed or independent; and volunteers and vendors entering Ascension facilities.

The timeline for completing the vaccine series and meeting this requirement will be Nov. 12, 2021. This timing is aligned with Ascension’s annual influenza vaccination requirement and will follow a similar implementation process.

In those instances when someone may not be able to get vaccinated due to a medical condition or strongly held religious belief, Ascension will provide a process for requesting an exemption similar to the process they use for the annual influenza vaccine.


Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay for start of training camp

From Fox6Now:

Rodgers arrives in Green Bay for start of training camp. (Courtesy: Packers Twitter Page)

Aaron Rodgers has made it to Green Bay on the eve of the Packers’ first training-camp workout.

Rodgers was seen arriving at Lambeau Field on Tuesday morning, the day after NFL Network and ESPN reported the reigning MVP was closing in on a deal that would keep him with the Packers this season. The Packers later tweeted a photo of Rodgers at Lambeau Field — wearing oversize sunglasses and a novelty T-shirt referencing "The Office."

The Packers open training camp Wednesday. Under terms of the collective bargaining agreement, Rodgers would have been subject to a $50,000 fine for every day he held out during camp.

Rodgers didn’t participate in organized team activities this spring — a change from his usual offseason routine — and skipped the Packers’ mandatory minicamp.

His future with the Packers had seemed tenuous after ESPN reported in the hours leading up to the draft that he didn’t want to return to Green Bay. Rodgers has spent his entire career with the Packers, who selected him with the 24th overall pick in the 2005 draft.

When the NFL’s only publicly-owned team held its shareholders meeting Monday, Packers president/CEO Mark Murphy said he was hopeful the two sides could resolve their differences and added that they’d been "in constant communication."

"We want him back," Murphy told the 3,900 shareholders who gathered at Lambeau Field. "We’re committed to him for 2021 and beyond. He’s our leader. We’re looking forward to winning another Super Bowl with him."

NFL Network reported Monday that Rodgers had told people close to him he planned to play for the Packers this season. ESPN reported that Rodgers and the Packers were on the verge of a deal in which the team would void the final year of the three-time MVP’s contract, perhaps clearing the way for him to leave Green Bay after the upcoming season.

The return of Rodgers would make the Packers legitimate Super Bowl contenders once again after they lost in the NFC championship game each of the last two seasons.

Rodgers, 37, threw for a league-high 48 touchdown passes with only five interceptions last season while helping the Packers lead the league in scoring. He also led the NFL in passer rating and completion percentage.

The return of Rodgers would make the Packers legitimate Super Bowl contenders once again after they lost in the NFC championship game each of the last two seasons.

Rodgers, 37, threw for a league-high 48 touchdown passes with only five interceptions last season while helping the Packers lead the league in scoring. He also led the NFL in passer rating and completion percentage.


Wisconsin clergy abuse inquiry update

From Fox6Now:

Packers CEO mum on player vaccination rates as NFL imposes new COVID-19 related fines, restrictions

From TMJ4:

Posted at 6:35 PM, Jul 27, 2021
and last updated 7:00 PM, Jul 27, 2021

GREEN BAY — The National Football League is imposing tougher COVID-19 protocols and penalties for the upcoming season. The NFL is not requiring players to be vaccinated, but those who choose not to will have to practice and play under a different set of restrictions.

NFL teams are required to have 85 percent of the players vaccinated to be able to loosen COVID-19 protocols. The Green Bay Packers have yet to share where they stand with reaching that threshold, but one thing is certain: unvaccinated players who break guidelines will face major fines.

When the Green Bay Packers’ training camp kicks off on Wednesday, the NFL’s new COVID-19 protocols will essentially create two sets of players on the same team based on their vaccination status.

Players who are vaccinated face almost no guidelines. Unvaccinated players face daily testing, masks and social distancing requirements inside team facilities, and 10-day quarantines for those who test positive, just to name a few.

The league said any unvaccinated player who breaks protocols can be fined $14,650 each time. Packers fan Jamarius Moseby thinks it makes sense to have two sets of rules with so much money on the line.

"If it's something that the organization or the league or the team wants you to do specifically, why not do it? Because at the end of the day, that's how you get paid,” he said.

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The harshest penalty outlined by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says if a regular season cannot be rescheduled due to an outbreak among unvaccinated players, that team will be required to forfeit, take a loss on their record, and their game checks will be withheld.

“People have been waiting so long to go back to normal and enjoy the games, and if they have to miss one because of that, I think fans are not going to be happy,” said Packers fan Cheryl Habush.

During a news conference Monday, Packers CEO Mark Murphy declined to share how many Packers players are fully vaccinated.

“I would say we have a ways to go and we’re working on it,” Murphy said.

Mark Murphy
Packers CEO Mark Murphy

According to NFL insiders, at least 14 teams have 85 percent of their players vaccinated, which clears the way for fewer protocols.

“It’s really designed to incentivize players to get vaccinated,” Murphy said.

ESPN reports more than 70 percent of NFL players are at least partially vaccinated.

"I think what the NFL is saying is, ‘you know what, for those we have the most control over, whether it's the team's support staff, we want those folks vaccinated. We probably can't tell the players that they have to be vaccinated, but if a player's going to choose not to be vaccinated, then it's partly on them then to absorb the consequences of that decision,’” said UW Health Chief Quality Officer Dr. Jeff Pothof.

With the Delta variant causing concern about another surge in cases among the unvaccinated, Dr. Pothof says the time has come for businesses like the NFL to do what they think is best to ensure revenue isn’t lost.

"I think a lot of people would like to say, ‘well you're just trying to make it hard on the players, just trying to stick it to them.' It really probably has less to do with that and more to do with they're trying to run a successful business, and if we don't have folks who are vaccinated, we can't run successful businesses,” Dr. Pothof said.

When it comes to fans in the stands at Lambeau Field this fall, Murphy said the organization is in constant communication with local health officials, but plans remain to be at full capacity.


Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett issues recommendation asking people to wear masks indoors, in large crowds

From TMJ4:

Posted at 2:17 PM, Jul 27, 2021
and last updated 5:39 PM, Jul 27, 2021

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett has issued a recommendation asking people to once again wear masks indoors or in large gatherings of people, regardless of vaccination status.

The recommendation does not carry any legal weight and will not be enforced, Mayor Barrett said at a media briefing Tuesday.

"We are asking people to wear masks, regardless of vaccination status, when they go indoors," Mayor Barrett said.

“This is a tough request to make, because we felt like we were getting life back to normal," he added. “We certainly hope that Milwaukeeans will embrace masks once again."

Although the mayor said masking may be effective in reducing transmission of COVID-19, he reiterated the fact that vaccinations remain the priority for the city.

“The best way to fight the spread of COVID remains, hands down, more people getting vaccinated," Barrett said.

Barrett added that his request comes as Milwaukee County and the City of Milwaukee see a marked increase in transmission of COVID-19 in recent days.

"I'm tired of it, you're tired of it, but we're not out of the woods," Barrett said.

The news comes the same day the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that it’s now recommending people who are vaccinated against COVID-19 wear masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the coronavirus is surging.

The CDC specifically noted people in school settings should wear face masks indoors despite vaccination status. The CDC's announcement came as the highly contagious delta variant spreads across the country.

"As a community, as a state, and as a country we must stay ahead of the curve. We cannot repeat last year," said Dr. Ben Weston with the Milwaukee County Office of Emergency Management and the Medical College of Wisconsin.

During a scheduled COVID-19 briefing Dr. Weston said the vaccine is effective at preventing hospitalization and death, but that does not mean you cannot get and spread the virus.

"If you get an infection, even if it's a mild infection, and even if you're not going to be hospitalized, you may very well spread that infection to other people in the community may contribute to the elevated case numbers that we're seeing," Dr. Weston said.

Dr. Weston explained the viral load in someone infected with the delta variant of coronavirus is about 1,200 times higher than the conventional variant, meaning it takes less virus to infect a person.

Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley said they will tighten mask restrictions for county employees despite their vaccine status.

Despite the pivot in mask guidance, people in Milwaukee seemed to welcome the change, though some said it was disheartening.

"I always wear my mask everywhere because like I said, you don't know who has taken the vaccine," said Atavia Goldstar.

"If it's keeping everyone protected from this virus, I think it's worth it," Anointed Williams said.

"If there's another variant out, I sure don't want to catch it. So I'll do what I can to protect myself and my friends," Cici Rube said.


Open Blog - Wednesday


Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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Caledonia's police chief speaks out after viral video claims officer planted evidence

From TMJ4:

Posted at 5:17 PM, Jul 26, 2021
and last updated 6:19 PM, Jul 26, 2021

CALEDONIA, Wis. — Caledonia’s police chief is speaking out after a viral video accused an officer of planting evidence in a vehicle.

“The allegation that the officer planted evidence is absolutely 100 percent untrue. And that was proven when we received all the body cam footage,” said Caledonia Police Chief Chris Botsch.

Caledonia Police body camera
Caledonia Police Officer's body worn camera shows a man in the front passenger seat holding a phone and the officer looks around the back seat of the car. This body camera along with a second one provided by Caledonia Police show that one officer takes a plastic bag from one of the passenger who hands it to another officer and he puts it in the vehicle.

The police department also released two other body worn cameras from their officers that show the officer placing a plastic bag that was originally taken from the backseat passenger’s pocket by another officer, and given to the officer who put it in the car. An unidentified front seat passenger questions the officer as he put the baggie in the vehicle.

That video was posted to the Caledonia Police Department’s Facebook page. Here is part of the exchange:

Front seat passenger: “Hey bro you just threw that in here.”
Police officer: “Yeah, because it was in his pocket and I don’t want to hold on to it. It's on their body cam that they took it off of him, so.”

The officer says it is an empty baggie. Chief Botsch says it is not evidence and that is is basically trash.

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The plastic bag in quetion is seen next to the red bag in the back seat. Caledonia Police Officer's body worn camera along with a second body camera video provided by Caledonia Police show that one officer takes a plastic bag from one of the passenger who hands it to another officer and he puts it in the vehicle.

“I think it is unfortunate that a short cell phone clip can generate all this negative attention. Luckily we do have body cameras and they support our version of events and lead us in a direction where we could quickly determine what had occurred in this incident,” said Botsch.

Body cameras are a relatively new addition for Caledonia police officers. They have had them since June of last year.

“If we did not have body cameras, I’m fearful that we would never really know what happened here, and there would be a cloud of suspicion on the officer and the police department,” said Botsch.

Caledonia Police Chief Chris Botsch
“The allegation that the officer planted evidence is absolutely 100 percent untrue. That was proven when we received all the body cam footage," said Caledonia Police Chief Chris Botsch about a viral video that claimed otherwise.

TMJ4 News checked to see what area police departments do not have body cameras. There are 15 other departments in Racine, Kenosha, Milwaukee and Waukesha counties that do not have body cameras:

  • Cudahy Police
  • Elm Grove Police
  • Fox Point Police
  • Franklin Police
  • Hartland Police
  • Kenosha Police
  • Menomonee Falls Police
  • Mukwonago Police
  • New Berlin Police
  • North Prairie Police
  • Oak Creek Police
  • Summit Police
  • Waterford Police
  • Waukesha Police
  • Waukesha County Sheriff

According to Caledonia police, the car was pulled over for going 18 miles over the speed limit, and two of the people inside the car were not wearing their seat belts. So why the search?

“Aren’t those $10 tickets for not having a seat belt in the state of Wisconsin? You have maybe a person who gets a speeding ticket and two people who get seat belt violations?” asked TMJ4 News reporter Rebecca Klopf.

“They are $10 tickets in the state of Wisconsin. However, you have to be able to issue that citation to an individual, and if that individual doesn’t identify themselves, they don’t explain who they are, if they don’t say who they are - then you have to extend the length of that traffic stop because then you have to identify individuals who are unwilling to identify themselves,” said Botsch.

Police say the people inside the car gave permission for the search.

Botsch says the officer is not facing any discipline for the search. But the police department is reviewing the whole incident to see if the officers were following all policies and procedures.

“This is a good opportunity to review the entire incident from start to finish,” said Botsch. “This is an opportunity to look at it and make sure we are [correct]. And if we are not, then we should make corrections.”


Packers, Aaron Rodgers close to an agreement for at least this season: Reports

From TMJ4:

Posted at 12:11 PM, Jul 26, 2021
and last updated 10:57 PM, Jul 26, 2021

GREEN BAY — Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers does plan to play in Green Bay this season and is close to a new agreement with the team, according to reports on Monday.

Ian Rapoport first reported that sources close to the MVP said he does plan to play for the Packers this season and that many factors are still at play.

According to ESPN senior NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the team is offering concessions to Rodgers, and is "close to an agreement that would bring Aaron Rodgers back to Green Bay for at least this season," citing sources.

Schefter says the new agreement "would help set up Aaron Rodgers’ departure from Green Bay after this season."

The ESPN insider continues that the 2023 year in Rodgers’ contract would be voided in the agreement, "with no tags allowed in the future," according to sources.

According to the Associated Press, Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy said he’s optimistic Rodgers will play for the team this season.

Murphy said Rodgers hasn’t told him about his plans.

The Packers hold their first training camp workout this Wednesday.

Murphy said there is no scenario in which the team would trade Rodgers, according to the AP.


Open Blog - Tuesday

 Oh yeah.

Monday, July 26, 2021

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Health care enrollment open for those receiving unemployment | FOX6 News Milwaukee

From Fox6Now:

Apartment fire in Racine, cause under investigation

From Fox6Now:

The Racine Fire Department responded to the area of Mt. Pleasant Street and William Street early Sunday morning, July 25 for an apartment fire. The call came in around 6:45 a.m. 

The fire was called in by a Racine firefighter driving from Racine Fire Station 3 to Racine Fire Station 2 at shift change. He noticed smoke coming from a second-floor apartment window area and noticed flames in the apartment window as well.

 The fire was quickly extinguished by the first arriving crew.

The fire caused an estimated $40,000 in damage to the building and $5,000 in damage to contents.

The cause of the fire is under investigation. 

Anyone with any information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 262-636-9330 or 888-636-9330.


Caledonia police ‘internal review’ prompted by traffic stop video

From Fox6Now:

A Caledonia traffic stop has gone viral after a passenger claims an officer planted evidence in the vehicle. Caledonia police say that's not what happened.

Caledonia police released body camera footage of the traffic stop after that passenger said evidence was planted, saying their video tells a different story.

Passenger: "Hey, bro, what’s that?"

Officer: "What?"

Passenger: "That you threw in here."

It's an encounter that's gone viral.

Passenger: "I got you on camera, bro."

Officer: "I got you on camera, bro."

A passenger posted the Caledonia traffic stop on Facebook, claiming the officer planted evidence after he was seen throwing a small bag in the backseat.

Passenger: "Hey bro, you just threw that in here."

Caledonia police say the vehicle was pulled over Wednesday, July 21 after the driver was going 63 miles per hour in a 45 zone. The driver and rear passenger were removed from the vehicle. The officer's body camera was rolling as the officer searched the back passenger, reaching in his pocket, pulling out a small plastic bag and phone charger.

Officer: "Mind if I pat you down for weapons?"

He handed them to another officer, who handed the bag off to someone else.

Front passenger: "What's that?"

That officer threw the bag in the backseat as the front passenger questioned why.

Passenger: "Hey bro, you just threw that in here."

Officer: "Yeah, because it was in his pocket and I don't want to hold on to it."

The Caledonia officer told the person in the front seat police weren't trying to hide anything.

Officer: "It's all on their body cam that they took it off of them."

The two went back and forth, with the officer saying he did nothing wrong.

Officer: "It's an empty baggy at the moment, so OK, buddy."

The videos show two perspectives of a now-viral traffic stop.

Caledonia police said no drugs were found and no one was arrested. The driver was given a speeding ticket. Police said four officers were on scene, and they are going through six hours' worth of body camera and squad video, which is expected to be released.

FOX6 News reached out to all parties involved to get an on-camera comment, but no one got back to us.


SICKENING: Joe Biden ONCE AGAIN Talking About Drinking The Blood of Children!

Seriously, I wish this was made up but also, I cannot make this up or even attempt to make something up as sinister as this. It is beyond comprehension to me and I am sure it is beyond comprehension for you too.

Sadly, it is real.

Joe Biden the supposed President of the United States speaking about drinking the blood of children on national television.

However, it is not the only time that he has spoken about this disgusting topic, but the SECOND time in ONE day.

Yes, for real.

Here’s the first, you can watch it here on Rumble:

And here is the second one.

There is a reason why people call him Creepy Joe, folks.

This guy has talked about kids playing with the hair on his legs. Biden has been caught SNIFFING children and he has touched children inappropriately on camera.

Though the fact that he actually spoke about sucking children’s blood on his much-criticized Townhall is wild to say the very least.

It is obvious that he knows that we are all speaking about him in this way and is trying to make light of it but there is no way to make light out of something like this.

During the CNN town hall, Biden said:

The idea that the Democrats or the Biden is hiding people and sucking the blood of children, no I’m serious, that’s the — Now you may not like me and that’s your right.

Don’t you think it’s weird that he referred to himself in 3rd person?

I think it’s odd too!

Newsweek attempted to report on the story, but it appears to be defending Biden:

President Joe Biden has said the country needs to “get beyond” the QAnon conspiracy theory and addressed one of the central claims of the conspiracy head on.

Biden spoke at a CNN town hall event on Wednesday and warned that the leaders of other countries were “wondering” about whether the U.S. would “get it together” in the 21st century.

The QAnon conspiracy theory posits, among other claims, that there is an international cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles which includes senior Democrats and possibly Biden himself. The president dismissed that conspiracy.

Biden discussed the QAnon conspiracy theory and appeared saddened that some people believed it.

“But some of the stuff—I mean, QAnon. The idea that the Democrats—or Biden is hiding people and sucking the blood of children.”

Seeing the audience’s reaction, Biden said: “No, I’m serious.”

The president said it was fine to dislike him and choose not to vote for him but argued that conspiracy theories were a problem.

“The kinds of things that are being said of late, I think you’re beginning to see some of the—and by Democrats as well—sort of the venom, sort of leak out of a lot. We’ve got to get beyond this.”

“What do you say to your grandchildren or your children about what’s happening? Do you ever remember a time like this before in the entire history, whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican? This is not who we are,” Biden said.

“And I’ll say one last thing: You’re gonna—I’ve had a lot of experience internationally and — mean, not good or bad, just I have—I chaired the Foreign Relations Committee, I’ve been deeply involved,” Biden went on.

“I did national security for our last—the administration with Barack [Obama]. But folks, the rest of the world’s wondering about us. Those of you who’ve traveled abroad—it’s not a joke. Not a joke.”

He said that leaders at the recent G7 summit expressed concerns about the U.S. and asked, “Will the country ever get it together?”

Biden said that Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin are “betting” on autocracies and don’t believe a democracy like the U.S. can prevail in the 21st century.

This is disgusting and I don’t even know what to say about any of it anymore but just shake my head and pray for a revival since Jesus is the only one to fix this mess we are in.


From Vox Popoli:

We were warned

The plans of Satan's children are becoming increasingly obvious to everyone these days, but an Orthodox monk warned Christians of them more than 25 years ago:

On a remote, narrow peninsula in the Aegean Sea lies the monastic republic of Mt. Athos, spiritual heart of the Orthodox Christian world. For centuries monks have lived and prayed here for the salvation of their souls and the world, and every devout Orthodox Christian male strives to make the pilgrimage to Mt. Athos at least once in his life. Elder Paisios (1924-1994) is considered by many to have been the Holy Mount’s greatest ascetic of the 20th Century. Over the course of his life the words of this humble Greek monk, who came to be honored by believers as an “holy elder”, were recorded by the thousands who journeyed to seek his advice and prophecies....

The Zionists are already preparing their messiah. For them the false-messiah will be king, will rule here, on earth. A great discord will arise. In this discord everyone will clamor for a king to save them. At that moment they’ll offer up their man, who’ll say: “I’m the Imam, I’m the fifth Buddha, I’m the Christ whom Christians are awaiting. I’m the one whom the Jehovah’s Witnesses have been waiting for. I’m the Jewish messiah.

Difficult times are ahead. Great trials await us. Christians will suffer great persecutions. Meanwhile, it’s obvious that people don’t understand that we’re on the verge of the end times, that the seal of the Antichrist is becoming a reality. As if nothing’s happening. That’s why Holy Scripture says that even the chosen will be deceived.

The Zionists want to rule the earth. To achieve their ends they use black magic and satanism. They regard satan-worship as a means to gain the strength they need to carry out their plans. They want to rule the earth using satanic power.

God is not something they take into account. One sign that the fulfillment of prophecy is near will be the destruction of the Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem. They’ll destroy it in order to restore the Temple of Solomon which used to be on the same place.

In the end the Jews will pronounce the Antichrist messiah in this rebuilt temple. The rabbis know that the true Messiah has already come and that they crucified Him. They know this, and yet they are blinded by egotism and fanaticism.

I used to wonder what was meant by people, including some Christians, being deceived en masse, but ever since I started seeing all the nonsense about "our judeochristian heritage" and other obvious historical falsehoods such as the Jewish roots of Western civilization and America being an idea that belongs to the world instead of a proper nation and Sweden being a nation of immigrants, it became clear that the Great Deception involved convincing nominal Christians to submit to the god of this world.

Ecumenicism, inclusivity, and falsehoods are the easiest tells. Jesus Christ teaches again and again about division, strife, and separation, even among families, whereas the satanic parody of him promises to be everything to everyone in unity. And as for those of you who still foolishly subscribe to Holocaustianity and judeochristianity and Israel uber alles despite your nominal faith, allow me to remind you of what the Bible says about you.

Should you help the wicked and love those who hate the Lord? Because of this, the wrath of the Lord is on you.

While it makes no sense to hate anyone for nothing more than their ethnic heritage and it is wrong to deny Israel its right to exist, it is even more foolish to permit wicked people relying upon satanic power to rule over you without resistance because you are afraid that someone, somewhere, might call you "anti-semitic". The spiritual war between the Walkers of the Narrow Way and the Children of the Devil is real, and it shouldn't take a demented Antipresident babbling about drinking the blood of children in public for you to understand that the war is already upon you.