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Nephtalie Condon (left) and Skye Strid were crowned Jr. Miss and Miss Fort Fairfield 2022, respectively, in a pageant held on Saturday evening, April 30.  photo/David Deschesne

 

 

U.S. FDA & CDC Shared Database Now Shows Over 20,000 COVID ‘vaccine’ Deaths in First Year of Experimental Gene Therapy

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, December 29, 2021

 

   As of December 10, 2021 the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) shows a total of 20,622 deaths associated with the COVID-19 gene therapy bioweapon shots which began wide-scale implementation in the general population just over a year ago.1

   To provide context, this writer researched the VAERS for flu vaccine deaths and found that same database shows all flu vaccines in existence between the years of 2015-2019 only logged a total of 121 deaths over that five year period, or an average of 24 seasonal flu vaccine deaths per year.2

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Russia Forced Into War in Ukraine Amidst Civil War Started Under Obama and Exacerbated by Biden

 

U.S. War Propaganda Over Past Several Months Designed to Distract from COVID ‘vaccine’ Damages and Deaths, Ensure Profits for U.S.-based Military Equipment & Arms providers and Boost Biden’s Fledging Poll Numbers.

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, March 9, 2022

   Responding to a steadily encroaching enemy line and threats to his country’s natural resources sales, Russian President Vladimir Putin did what any responsible leader would do in his position when he took steps to defend his country and its resources with the most recent military actions in two breakaway provinces in Ukraine.

   While it is being reported that Putin has “invaded Ukraine” that is not in the spirit of what actually took place once one considers the context of an ongoing civil war in the country where Putin recognized the independence and offered military support to two breakaway provinces which were more Russian than Ukrainian and had been fighting for their independence from the Ukraine government for the past eight years.  However, there are many plateaus of play in this multi-dimensional chess game which range from territorial expansion by NATO which threatens Moscow; the threat to the profitability of Russia’s natural resources; the development of  Ukraine’s own recently discovered natural resources which would render them more aligned with the West; fresh water to supply Crimea; and Russia’s own internal demographic crisis where population and birth rates are declining, thus threatening the ability of the Russian military to stave off similar external threats in the years to come. 

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NMCC Student of the Year, Ryan Ashby Honored Alongside Peers

 

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine— On April 27th, the Maine Community College System (MCCS) recognized this year’s Student of the Year award recipients on a statewide Zoom call with an audience of educators, legislators, the MCCS Board of Trustees, and Maine business leaders. Traditionally, winners are announced at a luncheon near Augusta; however, with communities still adapting after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s ceremony took place virtually.

   NMCC was the fourth of seven colleges to present their award winner, and Dean of Students Matt Grillo introduced business administration senior Ryan Ashby as the 2022 NMCC Student of the Year. Grillo called attention to Ashby’s excellent academic standing, abundance of motivation, and passion for supporting mental health through fitness within the community. 

 

 

Former Jr. & Miss queens, Brianna Osterblom and Cammi King hade been holding those titles since 2019 due to the corporate media-driven, hyperbolic COVID hysteria that unnecessarily and arbitrarily shuttered all of the reasons for living for the past two years.  Their lengthy reigns make Osterblom and King the longest-reigning town queens in Fort Fairfield history.  The are shown here with M.C. Casey Blackstone during the pageant's dress rehearsal. They finally gave up their titles in a pageant held on April 30 where two new queens were crowned. photo/David Deschesne

 

 

Pfizer’s COVID Gene Therapy “vaccine” Found to Convert into Full DNA in Human Liver Cells:  Peer-Reviewed Study Finds

 

The In Vitro Study Suggests Liver Cells’ Genome Could Become Infected with Spike Protein DNA in Perpetuity and the Body’s Immune System May Begin to Attack the Liver as if it were a virus.

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, March 9, 2022

 

   A peer-reviewed study conducted by Lund University in Sweden, and published in the journal, Current Issues in Molecular Biology, found that Pfizer/BioNTech’s COVID-19 mRNA ‘vaccine’ can convert into actual DNA within liver cells in as little as six hours after introduction.1

   The researchers studied the effects of the alleged ‘vaccine’ on liver cells in vitro - which means the cells were in a dish in a lab.  The authors state in the discussion section of the medical paper, “In this study we present evidence that COVID mRNA vaccine BNT162b2 is able to enter the human liver cell line Huh7 in vitro.  BNT162b2 is reverse transcribed intracellularly into DNA as fast as 6 hours after BNT162b2 exposure.  A possible mechanism for reverse transcription is through endogenous reverse transcriptase LINE-1, and the nucleus protein distribution of LINE-1 is elevated by BNT162b2.”

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Researchers Find Microplastic Particles in Lungs; Face Masks Might be Source

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, May 4, 2022

      In 2021, researchers in the United Kingdom looked at lung tissue obtained from lung samples and found microplastics in all regions of the lungs, including the deeper section. According to the study, this is the first time microplastics have been found in human lung tissue samples using μFTIR spectroscopy.  The abundance of microplastics within samples, significantly above that of blanks, supports human inhalation as a route of environmental exposure. Microplastics with dimensions as small as 4 μm but also, surprisingly,  greater than 2mm were identified within all lung region samples, with the majority being fibrous and fragmented.  While the cloth/disposable surgical face masks people wore continuously for 8 hours a day or longer throughout the COVID plannedemic do contain microplastics, the researchers hesitated to indicate an actual source for the contamination of the lungs with microplastics.

 

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WHO Now Looking Into Hearing Problems Resulting from COVID-19 “vaccines”

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, May 5, 2022

   The World Health Organization (WHO) is now investigating hearing loss and ringing in the ears as potential side effects of the experimental COVID-19 "vaccines" which were rolled out to the public in record speeds with no reliable testing for long term safety issues late in 2020.

   The WHO Pharmaceuticals Newsletter1 recently published data looking at expected numbers compared to actual reports from people who experienced hearing-related symptoms after receiving a COVID-19 shot. Researchers compared hundreds of stories from people in 10 countries who received either the Pfizer, Moderna, or AstraZeneca vaccine.

 

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Dates Set For 36th Annual Tiger Basketball Camp

 

The dates for this year’s 36th Annual Tiger Basketball Camp in Fort Fairfield have been set for June 20th to June 24th for the BOYS, and June 27th to July 1st for the GIRLS.

   This year's camp will feature 2 divisions for boys and girls. The College Division will be for those currently in grades 4-6 while the NBA/WNBA Division will be for those currently in grades 7-9, meaning that this year's freshman will be eligible to play. ThisNBA/WNBA division is for the player who is motivated, has potential, and can be challenged to take their game to the next level. The expectations will be higher for this division of players.

   The boys and girls camps will be limited to the first 40 applicants in each division which will allow for more playing time, more team practice time and more individualized skill development. If you really want to “take your game to the next level” and be challenged, you need to attend this camp! All teams will be coached by experienced High School coaches who will provide the tools you need to improve your game.

   The camp will run from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm each day, Monday through Friday. The camp includes lunch each day with a special barbecue lunch for campers each Monday and Wednesday during the week. “Championship Friday” will include all the championship events as in the past along with a new 3-point shooting contest this year. As an added feature, all the Championship events will be streamed online.

   Each participant will also receive a "Tiger" Basketball T-shirt.  We have an amazing staff available to help teach your son or daughter the game of basketball in a positive and competitive way with many skills challenges, drills, shooting competitions on the “Dr. Dish” shooting machine, and team games and practices to help all age groups raise their games to the next level.

   The camp fee of $175 and includes the camp instruction, meals, awards and camp T-shirt.

Contact Larry Gardner 551-5001 or email lgardner@msad20.org for more information.

   Once again Tiger Basketball Camp officials will be selecting a camp MVP this year for both the boys and girls week with the winners being presented the camp MVP Basketball.

   Pepsi Bottling Group is back for their 36th year as a camp sponsor. Thousands of camp

t-shirts with the Pepsi logo can be seen every year being worn by campers. Don’t Miss All the Fun and Excitement of Tiger Basketball Camp! Sign up Early!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jesse Cormier (right) was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant within the Fort Fairfield Police Department.  He is shown here with FFPD Chief, Matthew Cummings.   photo/David Deschesne

 

 

National News

 

Toxic, Potentially Fatal Chemical Added

to Some COVID-19 Home Test Kits

 

Test Kits are not Approved by FDA for Safety or Accuracy

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, December 29, 2021

   Some home COVID-19 do-it-yourself test kits are being sold with the lethal chemical Sodium Azide as part of the reagent process.

   It was recently revealed by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) that Abbott, one of the manufacturers of these kits, adds the lethal chemical to their test kits.1  

   The test kit results are being illegitimately required by the U.S. CDC for international air travel for people two years old and up coming into the U.S., even though the CDC has no authority to issue or enforce such orders because they are neither a legislative nor law enforcement agency.

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Democrat Congressman, Jared Golden Votes Against Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” Bill; Yet, Still Supports it

 

 

By:  David Deschesne

Fort Fairfield Journal, January 26, 2022

   Maine’s Democrat Congressman, Jared Golden was the only House Democrat to vote against Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” communist-inspired boondoggle.  The reason he voted against his party is not because he’s in opposition to the economy-crushing and society-imprisoning bill, but rather, because he doesn’t think it raises enough taxes on society and provide enough free money to pay people to stay home from work. 

   Rep. Golden said he would support the bill if it had even higher taxes on the wealthy and greater amounts of free social welfare money for the masses.


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WRONG WAY DRIVER

   On Sunday, May 01, 2022 at 8:16 p.m. the Maine State Police responded to I-295 southbound at mile marker 16 for a motor vehicle crash involving a motorcycle that had been reported operating north in the southbound lanes and had struck another vehicle head on. When emergency responders arrived, they identified the operator of the motorcycle as 47-year-old John Rivard of Lewiston. Rivard was operating a black 2011 Harley Davidson motorcycle and had entered onto the interstate system from the exit 15 southbound off-ramp. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The other vehicle involved was a brown 2010 Honda Accord and the operator from Brunswick was not injured. Both I-295 southbound lanes were closed to traffic by Maine DOT for approximately 2 ½ hours to allow law enforcement time to process the scene. The crash remains under active investigation.

 

MURDER ARRESTS

PLEASANT POINT - On Thursday, April 21, 2022, at approximately 8:11 p.m., the Pleasant Point Police Department was requested by a relative to respond to an apartment at 27 Thunder Road in Perry to check on the well-being of 43-year-old Kimberly Neptune. Upon entry, Neptune was discovered deceased and the circumstances of her death are suspicious. Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit North was called and is now investigating the death with the assistance of Pleasant Point PD. An autopsy is being performed today at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

   On Friday, April 29, 2022 at approximately 4:45 p.m. the Pleasant Point Police Department and the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit North arrested 38-year-old Donnell J. Dana of Perry and 38-year-old Kailie A. Brackett of Perry for the murder of 43-year-old Kimberly Neptune also of Perry.  Both Dana and Brackett have been arrested on one count each of murder.  Dana and Brackett were arrested during a traffic stop on Rt. 190.  The initial appearance is not scheduled at this time. Both defendants will be held at the Washington County Jail pending their initial court appearance.

 

ARSON ARREST

CARROLL PLT - On Wednesday, April, 20, 2022 at approximately 2:20 p.m., the Maine State Police requested assistance from the Fire Marshal’s office while responding to a disorderly complaint at a residence at 1821 Main Road in Carroll Plantation. The initial complaint involved an adult female causing damage to the residence. An additional report indicated there was a fire at the home. Upon arrival, law enforcement personnel observed that the home was burning. An investigation established that the fire was intentionally set.

   44-year-old Kelli Giles was eventually arrested for Arson and an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear. Giles was initially transported by an ambulance to a local hospital where she was treated for minor injuries before being taken into custody.

 

DRUG SEIZURE & ARREST

SEARSMONT - On Thursday, April 14, 2022 at approximately 12:30 pm, Maine State Troopers with Troop D were assisting the Knox County Sheriff’s Office with an attempt to locate 35-year old Grace Barter of Searsmont.  Barter was believed to be in violation of her conditional release from the Knox County Jail for Domestic Violence Assault with a Dangerous Weapon and in contact with her 18-month-old daughter which was a concern to the Department of Health and Human Services. (DHHS).

   Troopers gathered information that Barter may at a residence at 23 Witcher Road in Searsmont. Troopers arrived at the Searsmont address and spoke with Barter’s boyfriend, 39-year-old Dustin Stimpson of Searsport who stated Barter was inside.  Barter refused to come outside, and other units responded.  Barter eventually came to the door and was arrested for a Class C Felony Violation of Conditional Release. 

   Troopers observed Stimpson walk a short distance into the woods and appeared to be discretely burying an item into the leaves with his foot. The item he was trying to bury contained approximately 40.5 grams of cocaine (street value of approximately $8,000).  He confessed that the drugs were cocaine and were from out of state.  Due to prior convictions for drug trafficking and the weight of the narcotics, Stimpson was arrested and charged with Aggravated Furnishing of Schedule W Drugs, Class A.  Stimpson and Barter were transported to the Waldo County Jail.  The 18-month-old child is now in the custody of DHHS.

 

 

 

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Past Stories

January 26, 2022 - Fort Fairfield Town Council Considers Proposed Town Budget Committee Formation

November 17, 2021 - Private Membership Associations are the Solution to Dangerous Government Mandates

November 17, 2021 - Reflecter Telescope "Goliath" Finally in Place at New Science Center Observatory

November 17, 2021 - Local Amish Community Hosts Burn & Wound Seminar

September 22, 2021 - Fort Fairfield Solar Project Receives NB Power Approval

August 25, 2021 - Presque Isle Health Care Workers Express Their Concern Over Governor’s Mandate to Force Them Into COVID Gene Therapy Medical Experiment

August 25, 2021 - Governor Mills Mandates Health Care Workers Must Participate in COVID 'vaccine' Medical Experiments

June 30, 2021 - Fort Fairfield Town Council Passes Budget for 21/22

June 2, 2021 - Fort Fairfield Town Council Discusses Budget at May Meeting; Budget Deficit Reduced to $472,126

May 5, 2021 - Fort Fairfield Reveals Budget for FY 21-22

April 21, 2021 - Town Council Chair Squelches Taxpayer Outcry on Reval

April 21, 2021 - Lawyer Seeks Maine's PCR Test Cycle Threshold Data in Federal Lawsuit Against Gov. Mills & Dr. Shah

April 7, 2021 - Freedom Rally Held in Augusta

March 24, 2021 - Taxes and Reval Still Hot Topi at Fort Fairfield Town Council Meeting

March 24, 2021 - Pro Freedom Group Holds Covert St. Patrick's Day Party In Augusta

March 10, 2021 - Citizens Tax Group Calls for 25% Reduction of Taxes in Fort Fairfield

March 10, 2021 - Town Councilor Speaks Out About Fort Fairfield's New Property Taxes and Budget

February 24, 2021 - BioFuel Rocket Launched at Loring Runway

February 24, 2021 - Strong Turnout for Property Tax Discussion at Town Council Meeting

February 10, 2021 - Fort Fairfield Adopts 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Policy

February 10, 2021 - Fort Fairfield Property Owners Voice Concerns Over Town's Increased Property Taxes

January 27, 2021 - Not a "Happy New Year" for Taxpayers in Fort Fairfield

December 16, 2020 - Potato Blossom Festival Receives Grant Money: Plans for 2021 Festival in July

October 21, 2020 - Is Rep. John Martin Making This Money for Nothing?

September 23, 2020 - Fort Fairfield Property Value Increased, Property Taxes to "Decrease"...Sort of

July 15, 2020 - New Sawmill Open in Fort Fairfield

July 1, 2020 - Global Economic Collapse Began in Fall, 2019

June 17, 2020 - Ed & Elaine Brown Update - Letter to the Editor from Ed

June 3, 2020 - Forget COVID-19; Could the Coming Solar Minimum Have an Even Worse Effect on Life?

January 29, 2020 - Social Media Magnifies Errors in Recent Fort Fairfield Fires

 

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