Controversial Christian crowdfunding website GiveSendGo is back online after being hacked over the weekend, with digital attackers leaking the names and emails of people who donated to the ongoing protest against pandemic restrictions in Canada spearheaded by truck drivers.
On Saturday, Glenn Allen Youngkin became Virginia’s 74th governor, saying he would “restore trust in the government and restore power to the people.” In his first moves in office, Youngkin issued executive orders that did away with mask mandates in schools and COVID-19 vaccine requirements for state workers. He also prohibited the teaching of controversial concepts like Critical Race Theory in public schools.
Scott Gottlieb, former President Donald Trump's FDA commissioner, said on Friday that the Biden administration's controversial vaccine/testing mandate was designed to boost immunizations nationwide, but it may have had the opposite effect by hardening the attitudes of opponents.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday issued a pair of landmark rulings on the government’s power during a pandemic, striking down the Biden administration’s vaccine/testing mandate for large employers but upholding a separate mandate that applies only to healthcare workers.