Support for 39 assault weapons 39 ban hits
Support for 'assault weapons' ban hits all-time low following Uvalde shooting: Poll

The poll shows that 57% of registered voters support stricter gun laws

In a Quinnipiac University poll, conducted last week and published on Tuesday, 50 percent of registered voters support a nationwide ban on semi-automatic long guns compared to 45% who oppose which represents the lowest level of support since February 2013 when Quinnipiac began asking that question.

The highest level of support for the ban was 67% in February 2018, days after the Parkland school shooting that left 17 people dead.

The poll does show that Americans do support some forms of gun control including 74% of poll respondents signaling support for raising the minimum age to buy any gun from 18 to 21.

According to the poll, 57% of Americans support stricter gun laws in the United States which is an increase from a Quinnipiac poll in November that showed 45% support.
Everybody even credit unions and banking groups are
Everybody, even credit unions and banking groups are against a U.S. Central Bank Digital Currency

The letter correctly assesses the downside of such a move as follows:

“Private money is created through financial intermediation by banks and credit unions– the process in which financial institutions take deposits and lend out and invest those deposits.

“Private money is used by financial institutions to provide funding for businesses and consumers and thus supports economic growth.

“Introducing a CBDC would be a deliberate decision to shift some volume of private money to public money, with potentially devastating consequences for the cost and availability of credit for consumers and businesses.

“In sum, the savings of businesses and consumers would no longer fund the assets of banks – primarily, loans – but instead would fund the assets of the Federal Reserve – primarily securities issued by the Treasury Department, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac.”
NEW Cyprus police FBI seize site selling hacked
Forwarded from Insider Paper
NEW: Cyprus police, FBI seize site selling hacked data of 24 million Americans


Follow @insiderpaper
Dr Peter McCullough says there is no evidence
This media is not supported in your browser
Dr Peter McCullough says there is no evidence Covid jabs even work, pointing out Pfizer jabs actually killed more people than placebos.

He follows up by fact checking the reporter who tried to claim that the jabs reduce hospitalizations and deaths:

"Thats a false claim and here's why..."