Mass Satanic Ritual
HOUSTON (AP) — The crowd at a Houston music festival suddenly surged toward the stage during a performance by rapper Travis Scott, squeezing fans so tightly together that they could not breathe or move their arms and killing eight people in the chaos.
The pandemonium unfolded Friday evening at Astroworld, a sold-out, two-day event in NRG Park with an estimated 50,000 people in attendance. As a timer clicked down to the start of the performance, the crowd pushed forward.
“As soon as he jumped out on the stage, it was like an energy took over and everything went haywire,” concertgoer Niaara Goods said. “All of a sudden, your ribs are being crushed. You have someone’s arm in your neck. You’re trying to breathe, but you can’t.”
Goods said she was so desperate to get out that she bit a man on the shoulder to get him to move.
The dead ranged in age from 14 to 27, and 13 people were still hospitalized Saturday, Mayor Sylvester Turner said. He called the disaster “a tragedy on many different levels” and said it was too early to draw conclusions about what went wrong.
“It may well be that this tragedy is the result of unpredictable events, of circumstances coming together that couldn’t possibly have been avoided,” said Judge Lina Hidalgo, Harris County’s top elected official. “But until we determine that, I will ask the tough questions.”
Experts who have studied deaths caused by crowd surges say they are often a result of density — too many people packed into a small space. The crowd is often running either away from a perceived threat or toward something they want, such as a performer, before hitting a barrier.
G. Keith Still, a visiting professor of crowd science at the United Kingdom’s University of Suffolk, has testified as an expert witness in court cases involving crowds. He said he usually does not look at eyewitness reports in the early stages of analyzing an incident because emotions can cloud the picture, and witnesses can see only what’s immediately around them.
They are vaccinating kids. They are taking an experimental drug and shooting it directly into your child’s, siblings, cousins bloodstream. Hospitals are over flowing with patients most likely from the vax. I already can’t fly or go on campus ba cause I’m not vaxxed. Many jobs are out of question due to not vexing vaccinated. This is serious. Lockdown never ended, you think these restrictions will end? Wrong.
Nick Fuentes has been one of the only figures to really protest with his all against the vaccine tyranny. I still support Trump always will but he’s wrong on this issue for whatever reason. As he did with stop the steal I know these vaccine protests will continue to blossom. If you’re able to I would definitely suggest going or helping anyway you can.
Rep. Abigail Spanberger of Virginia said earlier this week that “nobody” elected President Joe Biden to pursue sweeping legislation similar to former President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s transformative New Deal, but because they wanted someone “normal” in the White House who would “stop the chaos,” according to The New York Times.
Spanberger, a moderate Democrat first elected to the House in 2018 in a Republican-leaning congressional district anchored in suburban Richmond, pointed to sentiments among swing voters across the country – the kinds of voters who had voted for Republicans for years but propelled Democrats to a House majority during the presidency of Donald Trump.
Looking at electoral losses in her backyard, with a painful defeat for Democrats in the Virginia gubernatorial race between Republican Glenn Youngkin and former Gov. Terry McAuliffe, alongside losses in the state House of Delegates, the congresswoman said that the party must assure voters that they’re focused on kitchen-table issues.
“We were so willing to take seriously a global pandemic, but we’re not willing to say, ‘Yeah, inflation is a problem, and supply chain is a problem, and we don’t have enough workers in our work force,’” she told The Times. “We gloss over that and only like to admit to problems in spaces we dominate.”
The congresswoman said that many Americans saw Biden as a level-headed leader who could turn the page from the tumult of the Trump years, but didn’t necessarily vote to give Democrats a mandate to pass their spending priorities.
“Nobody elected him to be F.D.R., they elected him to be normal and stop the chaos,” she told The Times, pointing to the party’s narrow 221-213 House majority and its razor-thin Senate majority.
On Friday, after months of intraparty disagreements, the House passed the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill in a 228-206 vote, with 13 Republicans crossing over to support the legislation and six progressive Democrats voting in opposition.
The bill now heads to Biden’s desk, where he will sign it into law during an official ceremony in the coming days.
The party will then shift to passing the $1.75 trillion reconciliation bill, known as the Build Back Better Act, composed of a social-spending blueprint that includes funding for universal pre-K for six years, childcare subsidies, and an expansion of Medicare to cover hearing aids, among other items.
This bill is so gay. Who knew the New World Order would look so ugly and faggy? The deep state has gone into ultra hyper drive in the last two years. We are looking at the worst period in all human in history in the next couple years and the puppet president is literally retarded. He has no idea what is going on. It’s beyond parody, historians won’t believe that any of this was really happening.
He also calls Spanberger “a friend”
Her full quote >https://t.co/shyOcTCYJj
— Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) November 6, 2021
I would feel bad for him if Biden wasn’t living off the blood of children. While twitter schizos write threads on how Travis Scott is some LaVey in disguise, our antichrist retard president is getting his life force from molesting kids.