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Video: Abortion Laws Worldwide Are More Restrictive Than In The U.S.

Even after the overturning of Roe vs Wade

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In the wake of the Supreme Court overturning Roe vs Wade, Joe Biden described the U.S. as “an outlier among developed nations in the world” as far as abortion laws are concerned, a term that was echoed by globalist talking heads and confirmed to by true by so called ‘fact checkers’.

It’s not though.

Fox News anchors Pete Hegseth and Will Cain presented a segment Sunday that outlined how much of the ‘developed’ world actually has more restrictive laws on abortions than America.

The pair noted that in Ireland and Germany, abortions are banned in practically all cases after 12 weeks, with Italy having banned abortions after 13 weeks.

The likes of Poland, Austria and Spain just don’t do abortions full stop, except in extreme circumstances.

While French leader Emmanuel Macron has been vocal in criticising the U.S. on abortion laws, his own country restricts abortions after 14 weeks, which is still more strict than most proposals on the table now in Republican led states.

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While Google searches for ‘How To Move To Canada’ spiked by 850% after the SCOTUS announcement, it has been conveniently forgotten that, as pointed out by the abortion lobby in Canada, provincial governments do have gestational limits, many at 16 weeks and some at 12 or 13 weeks.

Prior to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. was one of only seven countries that allowed abortion on demand at any point during pregnancy.

Canadians were actually coming to the U.S. for abortions due to looser laws.

Describing America as an outlier on this issue, even now, is pure disinformation. Introducing laws restricting abortion on demand after 20 weeks (or even down to 15 weeks) would, in reality, bring the U.S. into line with much of the Western world.

No amount of public screeching, coat hanger bearing, or throwing around fake blood will change that.

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    It’s Official: Ugly People More Likely To Wear Masks – University Study

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    Aggravated by the holdouts who keep wearing face masks despite mounting evidence that they’re essentially useless against Covid-19? Maybe you should be a little grateful

    According to findings published at Frontiers in Psychologypeople who consider themselves less attractive are more likely to continue wearing face masks. 

    “Our findings suggest that mask-wearing can shift from being a self-protection measure during the COVID-19 pandemic to a self-presentation tactic in the post-pandemic era.”

    The findings spring from a trio of studies using American subjects, conducted by researchers at Korea’s Seoul National University. The studies found that people with high self-perceived attractiveness are less willing to wear a mask, and vice versa. 

    They also found that each groups’ respective anti- and pro-mask inclinations are intensified in situations where their attractiveness is important — such as a job interview, versus simply walking a dog. That is, someone who considers themselves relatively unattractive is more likely to mask up at the interview.  

    Earlier studies found that unattractive people are indeed considered more attractive when wearing masks, while the good-looking crowd is perceived as less attractive, the researchers noted

    Koreans have coined a slang term for less-attractive people who wear a mask to benefit from letting others give them the benefit of the doubt about what’s under it: “ma-gi-kkun.” In the United States, the term “mask-fishing” was popularized on TikTok, and has some traction in the school-age cohort. As the New York Times noted last year, masks “obscured all kinds of transformations teenagers may feel inclined to hide: braces, pimples, acne scars, the first growths of facial hair.”

    Meanwhile, the medical case for mask-wearing — which was rightfully doubted even in the early months — now lies in complete shambles. Most recently, a study-of-studies published in the peer-reviewed Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews concluded that, in the words of one author,“wearing masks in the community probably makes little or no difference to the outcome.”

    Apparently, the only outcomes masks affect are the ones related to how others perceive us. While the latest research focused on attractiveness, in 2023, masks are increasingly sending signals about the wearers’ psychological health and intelligence.  

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    Video: Colbert Brags About His NPC Audience Still Wearing Masks

    It has been proven beyond any doubt over and over again that their masks do nothing

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    Late Show host Stephen Colbert bragged about his studio audience still wearing masks in a segment where he sarcastically ‘celebrated’ Joe Biden announcing that he intends to wind down the COVID ’emergency’ status in the U.S. by the end of May.

    Colbert, the once edgy comedian turned establishment NPC talking point repeater, sardonically stated “take that COVID, we beat you, shove that up your nose and rotate it five times.”

    “I wish you could see the smiles on the faces in my audience. And I wish I could, too. Because they’re still wearing masks,” the host added as the camera panned to the crowd who all cheered, clapped and waved while dutifully wearing their face nappies.

    “The end is near,” Colbert further announced, the point being that he absolutely doesn’t believe the pandemic is over and that the government is irresponsible for taking such action.

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    Cringe.

    If these people truly do believe they are still in the midst of a viral pandemic, then why are they congregating for a light entertainment TV show?

    Who at this point still believes the cloth masks all these droids have strapped to their faces are in any way effective?

    As highlighted earlier, a massive international research collaboration that analyzed several dozen rigorous studies focusing on “physical interventions” against COVID-19 and influenza found that they provide little to no protection against infection or illness rates.

    This adds to the scores of studies that came to the same conclusion up to two and half years ago, not to mention the detrimental effects on society, the environment, and health that the masks have had.

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    Middle-Aged Tech Mogul Spends $2 Million Per Year To Achieve ’18-Year-Old’ Body

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    A 45-year-old tech mogul worth nine figures says he spends around $2 million per year to ‘bio hack’ his body so that he has the fitness of an 18-year-old, the skin of a 28-year-old, and the heart of a 35-year-old.

    Bryan Johnson, who sold his company Braintree Payment Solutions to Ebay for $800 million when he was in his 30s, has been sticking to an aggressive daily routine that was crafted by his team of 30 doctors and regenerative health experts, Bloomberg reports.

    Every morning, Johnson wakes at 5am, downs two dozen supplements, works out for an hour, and then drinks a green juice concoction that includes collagen peptides and creatine. He then brushes and flosses, rinsing with tea-tree oil and antioxidant gel.

    Then, before bedtime, Johnson wears special glasses that block out blue light for two hours while monitoring vital signs.

    He also goes through monthly medical procedures to gauge his progress, which include MRIs, colonoscopies, blood tests and ultrasounds. He tracks his weight, BMI, blood glucose levels and heart rate variations on a daily basis.

    When he goes to bed, Johnson is hooked up to machine that tracks the number of nighttime erections (why though?).

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