* Stanford doc Dr. Jay Bhattacharya: Lockdowns ‘biggest public health mistake’ ever – ‘Catastrophic’ harms will be felt for a generation – Art Moore, WND.com. “I stand behind my comment that the lockdowns are the single worst public health mistake in the last 100 years,” he said. “We will be counting the catastrophic health and psychological harms, imposed on nearly every poor person on the face of the earth, for a generation.”
* The Great Barrington Declaration has received signatures from more than 13,000 medical and public health scientists, more than 41,000 medical practitioners and at least 754,399 “concerned citizens.”
* Nearly 200 academics with beliefs from across the political spectrum launched an organization that will defend free speech for college faculty members, and will provide legal aid in cases where “academic freedom is threatened. The Academic Freedom Alliance (AFA).
* Rush Limbaugh’s death certificate lists him as ‘Greatest Radio Host of All Time’ – #RIPRush.
* MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, barred from Twitter, says, a new social-media platform is coming where “people will be able to talk and not walk on eggshells.”
* RNC to Trump: No, We Won’t Stop Using Your Name Committee responds to recent cease-and-desist letter.
* Former Democratic Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard laid into cancel culture during a Tuesday evening appearance on “Fox News Primetime.
* 12 State attorneys general sued Joe Biden over his first executive order aimed at climate change, he lacked the constitutional authority to implement new rules about greenhouse gases. Republican state attorneys general from Arkansas, Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Utah joined the suit.
* Disney Plus quietly pulled “Dumbo,” “Peter Pan,” “The Aristocats” and “Swiss Family Robinson” from kids’ profile accounts and added warning labels for adults.
* Business continues to boom for Disney+. According to The Hollywood Reporter , Disney CEO Bob Chapek announced during a Tuesday shareholder’s meeting that the streaming service now has more than 100 million subscribers.