Published: June 16, 2022 | Updated: June 22, 2022
No Symptoms, Then Instant Death: New SIDS-Like Syndrome Spreads, Killing Healthy People Where They Stand
CORRECTION, June 22, 2022: This article has been corrected to reflect that SADS stands for "Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome," not "Sudden Adult Death Syndrome" as we originally claimed. In addition, this article originally included several paragraphs quoted from LifeSite that baselessly linked SADS with COVID-19 vaccines. There is no connection between the vaccines, which have existed for a few years, and SADS, which has been studied for decades. LifeSite provided nothing but speculation about a correlation that, even if it exists -- and Lifesite offered no evidence, never mind proof -- would mean nothing, as correlation is not causation. However, even that correlation does not, apparently, exist: Mayo Clinic College of Medicine professor Dr. Michael J. Ackerman told FactCheck.org that there "was not a single signal of increased [SADS-related events] among diagnosed and treated patients who’ve been vaccinated [against COVID-19]." To speculate otherwise, as LifeSite did, was meaningless at best, and certainly not in keeping with The Western Journal's commitment to truth. We should not have quoted them, and have therefore removed those paragraphs from the article. We apologize to any readers who may have been misled by them.

Published: June 15, 2022 | Updated: June 17, 2022
Video of What Maxine Waters' Did With Her Face Behind Pelosi Goes Viral
CORRECTION, June 15, 2022: An earlier version of this article included an incorrect reference to the state Sen. Chuck Grassley represents.

Published: May 31, 2022 | Updated: June 23, 2022
Stomach-Churning Video Shows TX School Shooter Holding Bag of Dead Cats With Sick Smile on His Face
CORRECTION, Jun. 1, 2022: This article originally referred to the Uvalde school shooting as taking place at "Uvalde High School." That reference has been been removed.

Published: May 31, 2022 | Updated: May 31, 2022
Clinton Campaign Lawyer Sussmann Found Not Guilty of Lying to FBI
CORRECTION, May 31, 2022: The spelling of Michael Sussmann's last name has been corrected in the headline and multiple times in the body of this article. We apologize to Mr. Sussmann for the error.

Published: May 30, 2022 | Updated: May 31, 2022
Pelosi Distancing Herself from Husband's Arrest, First Statement Mentions She Had Nothing to Do with It
CORRECTION, May 31, 2022: When it was published, this article, citing a California television station report, stated House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband, Paul, had a driving under the influence arrest in 2018. According to Fox News' Chad Pergram, Paul Pelosi's attorney said Monday that there had been no 2018 arrest and that the report was likely based on the arrest of someone with the same name.

Published: May 26, 2022 | Updated: May 26, 2022
Why Was TX School Shooter Left in Classroom for Over 30 Minutes Before Law Enforcement Stormed?
UPDATE, May 26, 20229: Texas Department of Public Safety Regional Director Victor Escalon said at a news conference Thursday that the gunman who killed 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday was not obstructed by police officers outside the school, according to National Review. The account that gunman Salvador Ramos was engaged by law enforcement officers outside the school was based on statements from Texas DPS officials that were apparently in error. This post has been edited to reflect the new information, including the removal of a sentence that stated that Rep. Tony Gonzalez, the Republican who represents the area, was apparently mistaken when he said in a CNN interview there had been no gunfire outside the school.

Published: May 22, 2022 | Updated: May 25, 2022
Mystery: Elderly Homeless Amputee Shot to Death, Police Baffled After Seeing Suspects
CORRECTION, May 25, 2022: When published, this article's headline stated that the shooting victim had died. He was, at the time of writing, alive but in critical condition. We have corrected the headline. In addition, the article stated that "majority of reported crimes committed against homeless people in Los Angeles are ones of violence." There is no way to actually know that; we should have said that the majority of reported crimes committed against homeless people in Los Angeles are violent. It's likely that many nonviolent crimes go unreported, thus making these statistics unreliable indicators of actual criminal occurrences.

Published: May 4, 2022 | Updated: May 4, 2022
Wayne Allyn Root: The Roe Leak Isn't an Accident, It's a Distraction — Look What Else Just Happened
UPDATE, May 4, 2022: Politifact published an article citing several academics and reported experts who dispute some of the claims made by True the Vote and "2,000 Mules." Readers interested in this additional information can find that article here.

Published: May 3, 2022 | Updated: May 4, 2022
Informant Appearing In D'Souza's Doc Film '2,000 Mules' Details How Alleged Ballot Harvesting Operation Worked
UPDATE, May 4, 2022: Politifact published an article citing several academics and reported experts who dispute some of the claims made by True the Vote and "2,000 Mules." Readers interested in this additional information can find that article here.

Published: May 2, 2022 | Updated: May 2, 2022
SCOTUS Hands Major Victory to Christians, Strikes Major Blow to Angry Atheists
CORRECTION, May 2, 2022: The original headline for this article implied that Trump-appointed Supreme Court justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh were responsible for this decision, which was in fact a 9-0 Supreme Court decision. The liberal wing of the Supreme Court was every bit as responsible for this decision as any of the justices appointed by former President Donald Trump. In fact, the decision was written by liberal Justice Steven Breyer; if we were going to credit one justice with this decision, he would be the most logical choice. We have therefore corrected the headline.

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