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  • Members of Parliament of Brazil Break Into Hospital That Claimed To Have 5,000 Infected & 200 Dead! [2 minute video]

    06/19/2020 12:35:51 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 16 replies ^ | 6/17/20 | Bitchute account CANST
    In this two minute video, members of Brazil's parliament break into a hospital that is lying about Covid-19 patients. Lots of yelling, and I don't speak the language, but it was so refreshing to see them break in and at the 1:24 mark in the 2 minute video, (apparently) one of the people trying to hide the fact that the hospital is empty tries (and fails) to confront one of the parliamentary members, and that person does NOT back down. It was all fake - no patients there.  NOTE: The text below this image was posted by the Bitchute channel. click...
  • Sacramento Sheriff, other capital agencies wont enforce Newsoms mask order. Heres why

    06/19/2020 6:37:40 PM PDT · by rintintin · 37 replies
    The Sacramento County Sheriffs Office will not be enforcing the statewide order Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday requiring masks and face coverings in public as coronavirus cases continue to increase in California. In a statement Friday, the Sheriffs Office recommended people should be exercising safe practices during the pandemic, including wearing masks, but said it would be inappropriate to criminally enforce the governors order, or target people and businesses for failing to do so. Due to the minor nature of the offense, the potential for negative outcomes during enforcement encounters, and anticipating the various ways in which the order may...
  • Dr. Fauci Explains Why Public Wasn't Told to Wear Masks When COVID-19 Pandemic Began

    06/16/2020 1:25:41 PM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 92 replies
    The Street ^ | 06 12 2020 | Katherine Ross
    SNIP Back when the coronavirus pandemic cases started picking up in early Spring, many Americans and experts asked: Should we be wearing masks? In response, some public health officials, such as the U.S. Surgeon, said that masks weren't necessary for the general public. And then the public was told that, actually, masks are good to wear to help prevent the spread and also allow you to go out without anxiety of anyone coming within six feet of you. Dr. Fauci joined TheStreet to talk about why masks are important when you leave the house, and to better explain why there...
  • VIDEO: Media Warns of Coronavirus Surge Ahead of Trump Tulsa Rally

    06/15/2020 7:54:21 AM PDT · by PJ-Comix · 36 replies
    YouTube ^ | June 15, 2020 | DUmmie FUnnies
    VIDEO Now that there will be a Trump rally in Tulsa with over 800,000 signed up to attend, the media has discovered that coronavirus is rising again. Of course, during the recent wave of protests with little to no social distancing that concern was pretty much absent. Oddly enough, the graph of the actual deaths from the virus as you can see paints a starkly contrasting picture to what is now being portrayed.
  • Its Difficult To Tell: Dr. (Bill Gates' puppet) Birx Cant Say If Country Would Stay Open If Theres A Second Coronav

    05/24/2020 11:11:57 AM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 51 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 24 May 2020 | Scott Morefield
    Dr. Deborah Birx said that it was difficult to tell whether a second coronavirus wave in the Fall could cause another national lockdown. Birxs Sunday morning interview on ABCs This Week came after President Donald Trump insisted on Thursday that he will not close the country if, as Dr. Anthony Fauci expects, cases spike again later this year. WATCH: I think were trying to learn right now very carefully about how you reopen safely, Birx responded when asked by ABCs Martha Raddatz if that was the right approach. You know we act like weve actually done this before and besides...
  • JP Morgan Study: COVID Lockdowns INEFFECTIVE; Millions of Livelihoods Being Destroyed for NOTHING

    05/24/2020 7:55:32 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 76 replies
    The New American ^ | Sunday, 24 May 2020 | Selwyn Duke
    Are politicians now continuing the lockdowns because admitting error that theyre guilty of advancing one of American historys greatest blunders would mean political destruction? Are they continuing to destroy the careers of millions to save their own (when, perhaps, something more sinister is not at work)? Many may now draw this conclusion after yet another study, this one by establishment company JP Morgan, has found that the lockdowns have done nothing to alter the Wuhan coronavirus pandemics course. As the Daily Mail reports:Falling infection rates since lockdowns were lifted suggest that the virus likely has its own dynamics...
  • Chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine linked to higher death risk in COVID-19: Analysis of data on 15,000 patients found increased rate of heart-related side effects

    05/22/2020 7:54:42 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 93 replies
    UPI ^ | 05/22/2020 | ByBrian P. Dunleavy
    Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine offer no clinical benefit for people with COVID-19 and might cause serious heart-related side effects, according to a study published Friday in The Lancet. People with severe illness caused by the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, treated with either drug -- either alone or with an antiviral medication -- were up to twice as likely to die than those in the control group, which received standard, supportive care, the researchers found. Those who died did so either as a result of COVID-19 or from side effects from treatment, the authors said. "This is the first large-scale study to find...
  • More than 5 million Americans will be infected with coronavirus and 290,000 will die by the end of July if social distancing isn't adhered to, according to COVID-19 model

    05/20/2020 11:55:18 AM PDT · by MinorityRepublican · 83 replies
    The Daily Mail ^ | May 20, 2020
    Coronavirus infections could reach as high as 5.4 million in the US in the next two months and more than 290,000 Americans could die if social distancing isn't adhered to, according to a COVID-19 forecast model. The ominous forecast from the University Of Pennsylvania's Wharton School model accounts for all states fully reopening without any social distancing measures. In comparison, the model predicts nearly 4.3 million cases and 230,000 deaths by July 24 if states reopen but individuals maintain their social distancing efforts.
  • How Can I Be Sick? Wisconsin Woman Who Took Hydroxychloroquine For 19 Years To Treat Lupus Still Got COVID-19

    05/20/2020 8:09:14 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 146 replies
    CBS Minnesota ^ | 05/20/2020
    OCONOMOWOC, Wis. (CBS Local) A Wisconsin woman who has taken hydroxychloroquine for 19 years to treat lupus says the anti-malarial drug will not protect someone from COVID-19. Kim, who doesnt want to show her face or give her full name, says after the pandemic began, she only left her Oconomowoc home to go the grocery store. But by mid-April, she started feeling coronavirus symptoms. Weak all over. Coughing, fever. The fever was very high, she told WISN. It just went downhill from there. I couldnt breathe no more. Kim said she tested positive for COVID-19. When they gave the...
  • More than 1,000 cities expect to downsize police departments after coronavirus-related budget shortfalls

    04/14/2020 7:53:00 AM PDT · by Bruiser 10 · 42 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | 14 April 20 | Madison Dibble
    Police officers may feel the brunt of the pain as cities throughout the United States are struggling to balance their budgets because of revenue losses triggered by the coronavirus pandemic. More than 2,100 cities have reported budget shortfalls because of the coronavirus, according to data from the National League of Cities and the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Most of the financial pain stems from a lack of tax revenue from companies closing during the pandemic. Nearly 90% of cities noted that they have revenue shortfalls that could force budget cuts. At least 1,100 cities plan to reduce their public works...

    05/17/2020 5:57:11 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 18 replies
    Powerline ^ | May 17,2020 | BY JOHN HINDERAKER
    But thats not the worst of it. In the Telegraph, two software executives write that Fergusons model was, on its face, incompetent and would not have been accepted by anyone well-versed in computer technology. (Neil Fergusons Imperial model could be the most devastating software mistake of all time.) The article is beyond a paywall, so I will excerpt liberally: In the U.K., as here in America, the responsible government officials believed they had no choice but to follow the advice of officially-anointed experts. These alleged experts were bureaucrats and academics, not practicing physicians. The result has been a disaster, blighting...
  • LA Mayor suggests wearing masks keep us safe, but he's not wearing one

    05/15/2020 10:32:04 PM PDT · by Drastic · 13 replies
    Trending Views ^ | 5-16-20 | Frank
    This is the Mayor of LA, Democrat Eric Garcetti, and he says "Wearing your face covering will make an enormous difference. The more people that do, the more steps forward we can take. Please do your part." However, if you notice in the video that was posted with this statement, he is not wearing a mask. And neither is the interpreter in the background who looks like she's ready to drop a mix tape. Many viewers found it rather strange that the mayor of LA would release a video encouraging people to wear a mask, but then not wear one...
  • Lets Hear the TRUTH!!!!!

    05/12/2020 7:31:08 AM PDT · by Badboo · 1 replies
    Youtube ^ | 05/12/20 | Vanity
    If only we could listen to George instead of a bloviating retard scumbag like Fauchi. WARNING: NSAW or Home perhaps.
  • A 2016 study by Cornell University said people who were more afraid of germs were more likely to vote Republican. Id say the current COVID-19 situation proves the exact opposite.

    05/11/2020 1:38:49 PM PDT · by grundle · 23 replies
    Wordpress ^ | May 11, 2020 | Dan from Squirrel Hill
    A 2016 study by Cornell University said people who were more afraid of germs were more likely to vote Republican. I’d say the current COVID-19 situation proves the exact opposite. In 2016, the Los Angeles Times wrote:A Cornell University team led by psychologists David Pizarro and Yoel Inbar conducted an online disgust-sensitivity survey of 25,000 Americans during the 2008 U.S. presidential election. Respondents with the highest contagion-anxiety scores were the most likely to indicate that they would vote for Republican nominee Sen. John McCain, the more conservative candidate, over Democrat Barack Obama.However, with the current COVID-19 situation, it’s generally Democrats, not...
  • Trumpy Bear Looks at Ohio's "Lockdown"

    05/11/2020 5:26:16 PM PDT · by piytar · 10 replies
    Trumpy Bear Says ^ | May 9, 2020 | Unknown
    Ohio is still "locked down". A representative from Wooster, Ohio was on Tucker Carlson's show last night. He reported that the Wooster area has had only 7 hospital admissions for COVID-19 Trumpy Bear just had to check that out. Remember, at the beginning of the pandemic, the Ohio Director of Health predicted that Ohio would have 200,000 deaths. She had to recant that but little has changed. What are the numbers Today, May, 8? Remember, Ohio is a "young state". Nearly half of the population is under the age of 40. There are 24 counties with No deaths. There are...
  • Rick Bright: 'Ousted' vaccine expert says US is facing its 'darkest winter'

    05/14/2020 11:12:13 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 37 replies ^ | May 15, 2020 | BBC
    A former top US health official has told Congress the country could face its "darkest winter in modern history" because of the coronavirus. Rick Bright led the government agency trying to develop a vaccine, but was removed from his post last month. He has previously said he was ousted from the job for raising concern over a treatment being touted by President Donald Trump. The US leader dismissed him as a "disgruntled" employee.

    05/12/2020 10:45:25 AM PDT · by Liberty7732 · 106 replies
    E.J. Dionne thinks they very well might, and for once I agree with him. So, apparently, do some Republican Senators. (I hope Im wrong. If I am, it wont be the first time I have underestimated President Trump and the American public.) Lets start with the presidential race. Come November, the U.S. will likely be in a depression. Deaths from the coronavirus in the U.S. might well be in the 125,000-150,000 range. A new wave of the virus might be adding to the toll. If President Trump wins reelection under circumstances like these, he will prove himself the unsurpassed political...
  • Lockdown Theater Brings Hoopla and Amateur Epidemiologists

    04/19/2020 6:52:38 PM PDT · by Rummyfan · 10 replies
    The Epoch Times ^ | 19 Apr 2020 | Roger Kimball
    An acquaintance of mine made what I think is an astute observation when he wrote that Politicians and bureaucracies tend to respond to crises with theater. After 9/11 it was airport security theater. Following Corona it was lockdown theater. Theres some utility to it, but only some, there is much more hoopla. I agree, except for the theres some utility to it bit. In my view, the TSA is 100 percent airport security theater. If we really wanted to be secure airline travel, wed allow passengers to carry concealed weapons. A baddie pops up with a box cutter, pow, Mr....
  • A sea change in attitudes about the coronavirus

    04/19/2020 12:57:18 PM PDT · by DannyTN · 266 replies
    NBC News ^ | Apr 19, 2020 | Mark Murray
    A new NBC News/WSJ poll also shows how the past month has changed Americans attitudes about the coronavirus. In March, 53 percent of voters said theyre worried that someone in their immediate family would catch the disease. Now its 73 percent. Also in March, a combined 26 percent said the coronavirus has changed their day-to-day life in a very or fairly major way. Now its 77 percent.
  • Far worse to come: COVID-19 collapse of state and local governments

    04/15/2020 6:34:43 PM PDT · by Bruiser 10 · 51 replies
    The Hill ^ | 12 April 20 | Grady Means
    Another sudden and unexpected factor will transform this years elections. Many states, cities and counties are about to, suddenly, run out of money. Wages wont be paid. Services wont be delivered. Institutions will shut down abruptly. Many state colleges may fold. And yet most state and local political and administrative leaders just sit and watch. Voters will not be pleased. Millions of American workers filed for unemployment insurance during the past two weeks. That is a record and represents a collapse of our local economies. Across the country, in every state, county and city, businesses have been shut down, and...