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whoisjohngault 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you, Chairwoman Demings, Ranking Member Cammack, and members of the subcommittee. My name is Dr. Christopher Rodriguez and I am the Director of the DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. As an appointee of Mayor Muriel Bowser, I am honored to lead an agency that is a national leader in emergency management. I appear today to speak with you about the strides the District of Columbia has made in emergency communications since the tragic events on 9/11.

When it comes to emergency communications, there is no place like the National Capital Region. With frequent special events and the ever-present threat of terrorism and disasters, the hazard landscape in DC is unique. The District is home to over 40 local and federal response agencies, and we have a robust mutual aid system that spans the Mid-Atlantic region. All need to communicate seamlessly and reliably across the whole spectrum of possible contingencies.

People often think of emergency communications solely in terms of radios. But the solutions to these communications challenges are multifaceted and span technologies beyond just land mobile radios. With my time today I will discuss a few key solutions, successes, and challenges that are unique to the District.

As mobile data and cellular communications become increasingly important elements of effective emergency response, the District first utilized the FirstNet service for our first responders in 2018. By providing dedicated cellular connectivity for the public safety community, FirstNet enables us to continue sharing voice, data, and video even in the face of extreme network congestion. Additionally, support the demands of large events and incidents.

-->>>>Leading up to the 2021 Presidential Inauguration and on January 6th, we had coordinated with FirstNet to have such infrastructure in place to cover the US Capitol complex. Ultimately, this collaboration and their dedicated bandwidth allowed process of working with FirstNet to acquire two of our own compact rapid deployable units, which will contribute to increased resilience and self-sufficiency for the District's emergency communications.

While the ability to communicate between government partners is vital, the ability to quickly reach the public with lifesaving information in emergency situations is equally important. There are many ways to quickly push emergency information to the public during a crisis, but a unique challenge in the District is that we receive an extremely high volume of visitors and transient populations. These individuals may not be in the District long enough to learn about opt-in emergency notification systems or follow public safety officials on social media. Wireless Emergency Alert, or WEA, technology has proven to be an incredibly valuable resource in our public alert and warning toolbox.

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whoisjohngault 5 points ago +5 / -0

Well said Gorsuch - ! “No historically sound understanding of the Establishment Clause begins to “mak[e] it necessary for government to be hostile to religion” in this way.” (See- Zorach v. Clauson )

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whoisjohngault 1 point ago +1 / -0

Even though children under five were not considered eligible for these vaccines unless they were part of a clinical trial, astonishingly, it appears that there are many reports in the system describing babies and toddlers who were vaccinated. Some of the children suffered from life-threatening adverse events.

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whoisjohngault 4 points ago +4 / -0

In the last 12 months there were 369,7 thousand births and 409,5 thousand deaths.

This means the demographic deficit stands at 40 thousand people. The largest since World War II.

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whoisjohngault 4 points ago +4 / -0

The regulatory agency report Safety Report Unique Identifier GB-MHRA-ADR 24687611 - indicates that the report came from Great Britain (the first 2 letters in the report ID stand for the country of origin, GB- Great Britain, and MHRA indicate that the source of reporting was its' drug authority).

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whoisjohngault 3 points ago +3 / -0

In conclusion, data from both Germany and Switzerland does show a substantial 10% to 15% monthly decrease in live births from January 2022 to at least April 2022.

Health authorities and researchers should urgently investigate the true cause or causes of this phenomenon based on data from additional countries with and without lockdowns as well as with and without mRNA-nanolipid vaccines.

https://swprs.org/covid-vaccines-and-fertility/

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whoisjohngault 11 points ago +11 / -0

The German national office for stats claims that the large birth decrease in Q1 2022 could not have been caused by vaccinations because in Q2 2021 young people did not get vaxxed.

Actually, ~40% of 18-59yo were vaxxed with 2 doses by end of Q2.

Grundimmunisierung = 2 vax doses

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whoisjohngault 91 points ago +91 / -0

For the years 2011-2021 the average number of births is 63,911 for the Jan-Mar quarter, with a standard deviation of 1015

The drop to 54871 for 2022 is approx 9 SD.

9 Sigma. Unicorn events.

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whoisjohngault 5 points ago +5 / -0

Her tweet is “descriptive printed matter” that is both advertising and promoting Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines, the tweet itself is in violation of both EUAs issued to these companies because it does not “clearly and conspicuously” contain the required disclaimer that these products have not yet been licensed as safe and effective by the FDA.

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whoisjohngault 3 points ago +3 / -0

Just so we are clear.....

for every 6.4 people moderna kept out of hospital for covid, it inflicted 15.1 serious AE’s.

for every 2.3 people pfizer kept out of hospital, it inflicted 10.1 serious AE’s.

moderna’s ratio is terrible but pfizer’s is tragic.

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