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Monday, April 13, 2020

'If you're black you can't go out': Africans in China face racism in Covid-19 crackdown

Africans in southern China's largest city say they have become targets of suspicion and subjected to forced evictions, arbitrary quarantines and mass coronavirus testing as the country steps up its fight against imported infections.

China says it has largely curbed its Covid-19 outbreak but a recent cluster of cases linked to the Nigerian community in Guangzhou sparked the alleged discrimination by locals and virus prevention officials.

Local authorities in the industrial centre of 15 million said at least eight people diagnosed with the illness had spent time in the city's Yuexiu district, known as "Little Africa".

Five were Nigerian nationals who faced widespread anger after reports surfaced that they had broken a mandatory quarantine and been to eight restaurants and other public places instead of staying home.


"This Should Trouble Us Deeply" - Chilling Documentary Maps Out Likely Origin Of COVID-19

While The Epoch Times began publishing reports of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus on Jan. 2, most outlets had yet to pick up on the story because of the CCP’s lockdown on information. Three months later, over 200 countries and territories have been infected and the CCP virus has caused over 85,000 deaths infecting at least 1.4 million, but information is murkier than ever.

“We’ve pretty much heard every rumor under the sun. We’ve heard every theory, every crazy rumor, we’ve heard all these different narratives,” said Joshua Philipp, award-winning investigative reporter and host of the show “Crossroads.”

The rumors aren’t by accident: The CCP has been actively engaging in a disinformation campaign, and media outlets around the world have parroted the propaganda. As a result, entire nations have been operating under false information as they try to battle the pandemic within their borders.

Philipp and his colleages at The Epoch Times and NTD Television thought it their responsibility to sift through all the information available, verify it, and put it into one place. The result is the just-premiered documentary “Tracking Down the Origin of the Wuhan Coronavirus,” which is available to watch online. Less than two days after its premiere, the documentary has around 1.6 million views across different platforms.

The film “really tries to sift through all of the rumors, all of the truths, all of the falsehoods, and show people as accurate a picture as possible of what really happened and where this virus actually came from,”Philipp said.

In it, Philipp pieces together the development of the virus and includes interviews that shed light on the Chinese regime’s actions and intentions.



Flashback: Molecular Biologist Says Coronavirus Could Have Leaked From Wuhan Biolab

Flashback: US Army Colonel/ Coronavirus Was Leaked From A Chinese Lab

The laboratory at the centre of scrutiny over the pandemic has been carrying out research on bats from the cave which scientists believe is the original source of the devastating outbreak.

Documents obtained by The Mail on Sunday show the Wuhan Institute of Virology undertook coronavirus experiments on mammals captured more than 1,000 miles away in Yunnan – funded by a $3.7 million grant from the US government.

Sequencing of the Covid-19 genome has traced it to bats found in Yunnan’s caves.

It comes after this newspaper revealed last week that Ministers here now fear that the pandemic could have been caused by a virus leaking from the institute.

Senior Government sources said that while ‘the balance of scientific advice’ was still that the deadly virus was first transmitted to humans from a live animal market in Wuhan, an accident at the laboratory in the Chinese city was ‘no longer being discounted’.

According to one unverified claim, scientists at the institute could have become infected after being sprayed with blood containing the virus, and then passed it on to the local community.

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A Viewer Writes: Covid 19

Covid 19 is a weapon. Let's not forget that. The danger of the virus itself is Only one small aspect of what is going on.

Let's look at what Covid 19 has accomplished as a weapon.

It took the focus off the democrat's failed and pathetic impeachment
It took the focus off Joe Biden's shenanigans in Ukraine
It took the focus off the 1,500 people who show up for a Biden Rally vs. the 80,000 that show up for a Trump Rally.
It destroyed the strongest economic surge in our lifetimes.
It put Millions upon Millions out of work and replaced their status with uncertainty.
It opened the door for the enemy to demand mail in voting.

And the list goes on.

Yes, the virus is real and dangerous. But, the fear porn around it is so blown out of proportion it is astounding. And it is fed relentlessly by the bought and paid for parrots in the press.

The only question that remains is whether Trump will be able to turn this on the Perps and destroy their sorry asses. Because if not, we are doomed, imo.

WE are at war. Whether the populous recognizes it or not.

Trump reportedly said he would reject a bailout package if it included aid to keep the US Postal Service functioning

President Donald Trump said he would refuse to sign the $2.2 trillion COVID-19 stimulus package if it contained funding for the United States Postal Service, according to a report Saturday from The Washington Post.

"We told them very clearly that the president was not going to sign the bill if [money for the Postal Service] was in it," a Trump administration official told the Post. "I don't know if we used the v-bomb, but the president was not going to sign it, and we told them that."

In addition to the senior White House official, The Washington Post reported a congressional official also confirmed the president threatened to refuse to sign the $2.2 trillion stimulus package known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act if it contained any relief money for the postal service.

As The Post reported, Sens. Gary Peters, a Democrat from Michigan, and Ron Johnson, a Republican from Wisconsin, added a last-minute $10 billion loan to keep the postal service function in the short-term. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had said lawmakers' plan to offer $13 billion in funding to the postal service could derail the entire package.

"You can have a loan or you can have nothing at all," Mnuchin said.


Coronavirus patients can suffer lasting bodily damage, even after recovery

Patients who survive COVID-19 can still suffer lasting bodily damage, including to the liver and heart, researchers are finding.

Multiple studies of recovered patients from China, where the disease first emerged in November, showed impaired liver and heart function, according to the Los Angeles Times.

“COVID-19 is not just a respiratory disorder,” Dr. Harlan Krumholtz, a cardiologist at Yale University, told the paper.

“It can affect the heart, the liver, the kidneys, the brain, the endocrine system and the blood system.”

Inflammation from the body’s immune response has been linked to strokes and heart attacks.


New York Times Stealth-Edits Biden Sexual Assault Story, Removes History Of Unwanted Touching

The New York Times appeared to stealth-edit a story Sunday about sexual assault allegations against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden while he was a senator in the 1990s.

The New York Times ran a story on Sunday titled, “Examining Tara Reade’s Sexual Assault Allegation Against Joe Biden,” in which the paper recounts the former Senate staffer’s version of an assault that allegedly took place in 1993 by the then-Delaware senator.

After some Twitter users mocked a particular passage in the piece, the Times edited it to remove a brief recounting of past allegations against Biden, and did not note the changes.

“No other allegation about sexual assault surfaced in the course of our reporting, nor did any former Biden staff corroborate Reade’s allegation. We found no pattern of sexual misconduct by Biden, beyond hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable,” the Times initially reported.


New federal projections show huge spike in coronavirus infections in the summer if current lockdown and social distancing measures are lifted after planned 30 days

New US government figures show that a spike in coronavirus infections will occur in the summer if the current lockdown measures are lifted after 30 days as planned.

About 95 percent of the US is currently on some form of lockdown after PresidentDonald Trump issued guidelines that called for 30 days of measures to slow the spread of the virus.

The government projections, obtained by the New York Times, indicate that lifting the strict social distancing measures now in place will see a second wave surge in infections and deaths in about June and July.

If the current shelter-in-place orders are lifted on May 30, the death total is estimated to reach 200,000, according to the projections obtained from the departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services.

The death toll could reach 300,000 without any restrictions imposed to contain coronavirus - including school closings, shelter-in-place orders and social distancing.


The first documentary movie on CCP virus, Tracking Down the Origin of the Wuhan Coronavirus

At about 40 minutes they mention environmental destruction. Could this possible be what the foreign owned CAFOs are about. They’ve drilled wells into our drinking water aquifers and much more. Those paying close attention have said they’re an environmental disaster waiting to happen. I also have questions on the implications of EB5 investments.

FNC’s Carlson: ‘We Have No Real Explanation for Why the Coronavirus Spread Throughout the West, but Not Throughout China’

On Friday, during his show’s opening monologue, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson said there were still questions about the coronavirus/COVID-19 spread that have gone unanswered, or in some cases unasked.

Carlson said one of those mysteries pertained to the virus’ seemingly selective nature, hitting some places hard while not others.

“A new draft paper by a team of scholars in Los Alamos National Laboratory, concludes that the Wuhan coronavirus is actually highly, highly infectious,” Carlson said. “Based on extensive case analysis, the researchers estimate that the average infected Wuhan resident infected 5.7 other people. That’s enough to double the epidemic in fewer than three days. Is that estimate accurate? We don’t know if it is. An awful lot of the conclusions about this virus have turned out to be embarrassingly wrong. That’s happened again and again, as we’ve told you, often with enormous consequences.”


PM: 'It could have gone either way'

Virginia Governor Announces Signing of Extreme Abortion Bill on Good Friday

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced on Good Friday that he signed into law a bill his new Democrat majority rushedto approve, one that repeals most restrictions on abortion in the state.

Northam minimized the extremity of the Reproductive Health Protection Act, referring in a press release to the restrictions on abortion that are now repealed as “anti-women’s health laws.”

“No more will legislators in Richmond—most of whom are men—be telling women what they should and should not be doing with their bodies,” Northam said in an accompanying statement. “The Reproductive Health Protection Act will make women and families safer, and I’m proud to sign it into law.”


A Comment Worthy Of A Post 4-13-20

I just called into the county COVID conference call in Wicomico County today from a fire department to listen to the comments and Julia Glanz was the first person jumping in on the questions and is demanding a racial breakdown of those infected from the county health officer. WTF!! Who cares, We are all red blooded Americans! Why the Hell do Democrats always drop the race card? I never care what race they are when I drive the ambulance. Then when Mr. Shipley is closing the meeting Julie Glanz started interrupting him and asking how many tested positive at the county detention center and the county juvenile services. I'm trying to remember what part that Julia Glanz or the City of Salisbury plays in those county agencies other than their thugs becoming inmates. Is it just me or is she always this annoying? No wonder our county fire departments hate her and Jake Day.

The Coronavirus Can Spread Through the Soles of Shoes, According to the CDC

Medical workers on the front lines of the coronavirus should be sure to clean their shoes. In a new study published in one of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s journals, Emerging Infectious Diseases, researchers tested air and surface samples at a hospital in Wuhan, China, where the coronavirus outbreak initiated. The researchers found that about half of health-care professionals working in intensive care units carried the coronavirus on the soles of their shoes. Further, the report showed that there was a 100% positive rate from the floor of the pharmacy, where only health-care workers traveled, not infected patients.

“Therefore, the soles of medical staff shoes might function as carriers,” the researchers wrote. “We highly recommend that persons disinfect shoe soles before walking out of wards containing COVID-19 patients.”


Dear Maryland Governor Hogan, The Guy On The Far Right Wants Your Job & Ain't Taking Orders From You

Beijing demands US halt biggest arms sale to Taiwan of Donald Trump’s presidency

Beijing has demanded the United States reverse its approval of the biggest arms sale to Taiwan since Donald Trump took over as US president, while Taipei said it showed Washington’s support in the face of growing military threats from mainland China.

The sale of equipment worth US$2.2 billion was approved by the US State Department on Monday, said the Defence Security Cooperation Agency, the Pentagon agency handling foreign arms sales.

The Taipei government’s foreign ministry said the approved sale underlined America’s support, especially with Beijing repeatedly
staging war games to intimidate the self-ruled island and sabotage peace and stability in the region.

Gov. Hogan Says 'Disturbing' Disparity In COVID-19 Deaths Among Blacks

Maryland’s GOP Gov. Larry Hogan on Sunday described as “very disturbing” the 52% of coronavirus deaths among African-Americans in his state.

In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Hogan noted he called for a study to track the number of cases and deaths by race because it wasn’t being monitored, including by the federal government.

“This disparity among African-Americans is very disturbing,” Hogan said. “It’s why I called for the study. You know nobody was really tracking these things.”

"The vast majority of our resources are focused on that Baltimore-Washington corridor and these communities that you’re talking about,” he said. “It’s where almost all of our attention, all of our focus, all of our money, all of our health care, all of the assistance from the national guard, it’s really where all of our testing is being done.”


["It's not that they're getting infected more often. It's that, when they do get infected, their underlying medical conditions like diabetes, hypertension, asthma and obesity wind them up in the ICU and ultimately give them a higher death rate." -- Dr. Anthony Fauci]


Colorado Baker Sued Again, This Time for Refusing ‘Gender Transition’ Cake

Jack Phillips, the baker who was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding because of his religious conscience, was back in court on Thursday, this time for turning down a request for a “gender transition” cake.

The first lawsuit against Phillips, who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, worked its way up to the United States Supreme Court, which in 2018, reached a 7-2 decision that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission acted with hostility toward religion when it ordered Phillips to make cakes for same-sex weddings as well as conduct so-called sensitivity training for his employees.

The Christian Post reported on how Phillips will once again be represented in court by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF):

The same state agency pursued another case against Phillips because he declined to make a cake celebrating transgenderism. Phillips filed a lawsuit against the state alleging harassment and it subsequently dropped the matter.

After that, a local trans activist and attorney named Autumn Scardina called Phillips’ Denver-area bakery to order a custom made gender-transition cake. Scardina waited past the appeal deadline so he could file a new lawsuit in a different court.

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A Health Crisis Is No Time to Pick a Fight Over Beliefs About Marriage

After New York City became America’s epicenter for COVID-19 infections, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called on medical personnel from around the nation to help if they can.

Hundreds, possibly thousands, answered the call, including the nonprofit, faith-based organization Samaritan’s Purse, headed by Franklin Graham, son of the late evangelist Billy Graham.

Despite the fact that New York City said it desperately needed the 68-bed field hospital constructed by Samaritan’s Purse in Central Park’s East Meadow, critics complained that Graham and his Christian organization are “anti-LGBTQ.”

True, Samaritan’s Purse does ask that its employees and volunteers abide by a statement of faith acknowledging that marriage is between a man and a woman.


New York Times Smeared Brett Kavanaugh, Covered for Joe Biden

The New York Times is facing criticism for its apparent effort to paint allegations of sexual misconduct against former Vice President Joe Biden in the best possible light — a sharp contrast from how it treated Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

In reporting claims by former Biden Senate aide Tara Reade, who filed a criminal complaint in Washington, DC, last week over an alleged sexual assault in 1993, the Times concluded in a length report Sunday that there was “no pattern of sexual misconduct by Biden, beyond hugs, kisses and touching that women previously said made them uncomfortable.”

In contrast, the Times went to great lengths to lend credibility to sensational, uncorroborated new claims of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh — who, unlike Biden, never had any history of touching women in the workplace.


Don't Let Liberals Federalize Elections

I’m sorry, but you have no constitutional “right” to vote by mail. You have no constitutional “right” to vote six days after an election is over. Nor do you have any “right” to censor information related to an election. Not even during a pandemic.

This week, the Supreme Court ruled that a federal court was not empowered to overwrite Wisconsin’s election laws and force the state to accept ballots without any postmark deadline nearly a week after the election. Likewise, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that Gov. Tony Evers did not have the authority to arbitrarily suspend in-person voting.

If these dictates had been allowed to stand, they would have created insanely destructive precedents, taking elections out of the hands of local legislatures. If we discard legal norms every time there’s a crisis, we no longer have a nation of laws but a country at the mercy of arbitrary decrees, emotional appeals, and pliable courts.


21 million Chinese died of coronavirus – US intelligence officials intercept data

A new data intercepted by the United States reveals that 21 million people died in China from December 2019 to March 2020, US intelligence officials conclude in a classified report for the Trump administration.

The Intelligence report stated that at least 20.9 million of the deaths were linked to coronavirus.

According to the US, the intercepted data that shows that China underreported its coronavirus infections and deaths was validated for a second time when it tallied with a data released by Beijing authorities. Beijing announced on March 19 that over 21 million cell phone accounts in China were canceled in the past three months while 840,000 landlines were closed.

China had reported little over 81,000 infections with 3,300 deaths.

An earlier intelligence report released by the US that China hid scale of the outbreak was quickly rejected by Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying. Hua said the country had been “open and transparent” about the extent of the outbreak before accusing Washington of trying to “shift the blame.”


Trump Doubles Down On Threat To "Hold" $500 Million From WHO After Tedros Gets Testy

President Trump suggested on Friday that he may place a hold on US funding for the World Health Organization, which has consistently carried water for Beijing during the coronavirus outbreak - insisting that the communist regime had the disease under control, while peddling Chinese propaganda about the transmissibility of the virus.

WHO Director-General Tedros Ahanom Ghebreyesus also opposed Trump's late-January travel ban, saying "We reiterate our call to all countries not to impose restrictions that unnecessarily interfere with international travel and trade. Such restrictions can have the effect of increasing fear and stigma, with little public health benefit."

"We’re going to have an announcement on the World Health Organization some time next week," said Trump during a Friday press conference. "As you know we give them approximately $500 million a year and we’re going to be talking about that subject next week. We’ll have a lot to say about it. We’ll hold it," according to Bloomberg.

Trump added that he didn't want to make an announcement on Good Friday or before Easter.

"I also didn’t want to do it before we have all the facts," Trump added. "But over the years, many years, we’ve been paying them from $300 to $500 - and even more - million dollars a year."

As Trump endures scrutiny of his government’s response to the U.S. outbreak, some of his political allies have alleged the WHO was too trusting of Chinese assertions about the disease after it first appeared last year. Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, has said he would block further U.S. funding for the international health group until it changes its leadership, calling the agency “deceptive” and “Chinese apologists” in a Fox News interview on Tuesday.

Trump echoed some of that criticism Friday, saying the organization has been “very China-centric” and that he did not believe it was “fair to the American people.” -Bloomberg


North Carolina woman gets coronavirus despite staying home for three weeks

A North Carolina coronavirus patient said she was infected despite staying home for the three weeks leading up to her diagnosis last Thursday, a report said. “This is the sickest I’ve ever been and it’s the most scared I’ve ever been,” Rachel Brummert told WCNC. “I’m absolutely terrified.”

“This is the sickest I’ve ever been and it’s the most scared I’ve ever been,” Rachel Brummert told WCNC. “I’m absolutely terrified.”

Brummert, who suffers from an autoimmune disorder, told the outlet that she last left her Charlotte home for a trip to the pharmacy in mid-March.

Because of her underlying condition, Brummert, as a precautionary measure, had kept her distance from others, including her husband, who is living in a separate room.

On one occasion, a woman who has since tested positive for the illness dropped off groceries on Brummert’s doorstep, the report said.


Maryland and New York governors want $500 billion more in federal funds after stay-at-home orders 'resulted in catastrophic damage to state economies'

Govs. Larry Hogan of Maryland and Andrew Cuomo of New York issued a bipartisan call Saturday for an additional $500 billion in federal aid for U.S. states and territories dealing with the coronavirus.

Hogan, a Republican, is chairman of the National Governors Association and Cuomo, a Democrat, is the vice chair.

The two said in a statement Saturday morning that implementing stay-at-home orders and other public health measures have 'resulted in catastrophic damage to state economies.'


The first documentary movie on CCP virus, Tracking Down the Origin of the Wuhan Coronavirus

The odds on who Joe Biden will pick as his female vice president candidate

With Sen. Bernie Sanders out of the race, the Joe Biden campaign is now moving into the fraught and delicate process of choosing a running mate.

Biden, at age 77, would be the oldest president ever elected should he triumph in November, making the vice president pick more important than ever.

“I think he’s aware that he might be picking the next president. I think people are going to be more aware of that, too,” Democratic strategist James Carville told The Post.

Biden has promised to choose a woman as his running mate, but beyond that, the field remains wide open with a dizzying array of candidates to choose from.

As a general rule, the nominee looks to choose a running mate who can balance the ticket and bring in attributes he or she is lacking.


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Coronavirus: Trump has declared major disaster in all 50 states at once, first time in history

President Trump issued a major disaster declaration for Wyoming on Saturday, meaning that there is now such a declaration within all 50 states due to the COVID-19pandemic.

It is the first time a president has ever declared a major disaster in all 50 states at once, according to Deputy Press Secretary Judd Deere.

The move comes as confirmed cases of the coronavirus reached at least 519,453 as of Saturday afternoon. At least 20,071 people have died in the U.S. due to the disease, a death toll surpassing the one in hard-hit Italy -- and a figure that has doubled, from 10,000 to more than 20,000, in just five days. Worldwide, confirmed cases have surpassed 1.75 million, and more than 100,000 people have died.


Early study shows coronavirus traveling farther than social-distancing rules recognize

Virus was 'widely distributed' on ICU floors, computer mice and trash cans

The novel coronavirus that has forced "shelter in place" orders throughout much of the U.S. might spread as far as 13 feet in the air, twice the distance people are currently advised to maintain from each other to avoid infection, according to an early release of a study by Chinese researchers.

The study published Friday in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Emerging Infectious Diseases journal builds upon warnings that the virus may be aerosolized, or spread in the air through respiratory droplets.


Here’s Where Coronavirus Hides in Your Body

The novel coronavirus can stow away in your throat without you knowing it, and every time you cough you’re broadsiding the people around you with the virus. To stay healthy and contain SARS-CoV-2, stay home and keep your distance.

Population-wide efforts to control coronavirus might not be so straightforward, however. The coronavirus is a clever, elusive, and tough little pathogen that could defy normal vaccines.

Those are two of the main takeaways from an important new study by a team of 18 scientists in Germany.

Working in two separate laboratories, the scientists carefully studied the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in the bodies of nine patients, taking daily measurements in order to understand each phase of the infection.

The team completed its study in early March and, published its findings in the journal Nature this month. “Active virus-replication in the upper respiratory tract puts the prospects of COVID-19 containment in perspective,” the scientists wrote.

Close observers of coronavirus studies hailed the German team’s work. There’s “huge news” in the Nature paper, David Ostrov, a professor in the Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine, told The Daily Beast.

Some of the news is good.

SARS-CoV-2 starts replicating in the throat, not the lungs. For that reason, a simple throat swab is enough to test for the virus. There’s probably no need for an intrusive, unpleasant nasal swab.

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Coronavirus infects nearly 1,200 hospital staffers on Long Island

The coronavirus has infected a staggering number of hospital staffers on Long Island, according to a report Saturday.

That number totals 1,175 at 13 hospitals in Nassau and Suffolk counties, according toNewsday.

The paper says its tally excludes eight other Long Island hospitals that refused to say how many staffers have tested positive for the virus.

The coronavirus outbreak in the two suburban counties has been “like fire spreading,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said a week ago.



SALISBURY, WICOMICO COUNTY (April 11, 2020) Deputy State Fire Marshals have concluded an overnight fire investigation with the arrest of one adult male.

On April 10, 2020 The Salisbury Fire Department was dispatched at 11:27 pm to 1514 Riverside Drive for an Automatic Fire Alarm on the property known as the Pine Bluff Village Apartments. While in route to the alarm further information was received by the Wicomico County 911 Center and the incident was upgraded to a building fire. Units arrived on location to find tenant evacuation taking place with a fire in a second floor apartment being controlled by the building’s automatic fire sprinkler system. The incident brought 20 firefighters to the scene and was declared under control in 45 minutes.

Incident Command requested the Maryland State Fire Marshal’s Office to the scene to conduct an origin and cause investigation. Upon completing the fire scene examination, the fire was determined to be incendiary. The investigation led to the development of the sole tenant of the apartment of origin as the person responsible for setting the fire.

With the assistance of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, the suspect was found at a nearby local convenience store and detained until Deputy State Fire Marshals could arrive. At that time, the suspect, identified as 38 year old Alan Jackson Banks III was placed under arrest. Banks was transported to Wicomico County Central Booking without incident. Banks was charged with 1st Degree Arson & Reckless Endangerment.

No injuries were reported from fire personnel or the 48 tenants that occupied the building at the time of the incident.

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This is what mind control looks like. This is Operation Mockingbird

Over 80,000 Sign Online Petition Demanding Recall of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

A petition demanding the recall of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) went viral on Saturday, quickly shooting well past 80,000 signatures.

The online petition had about 60,000 names in the morning and, by the afternoon, had surpassed 80,000.

It read:

Recall Governor Whitmer. Her failure’s during the Covid-19 Corona Virus is causing more Michiganders to get sick. Closing and banning various non essential business’s and activities while leaving others open. Further promoting the pandemic. She has lied since day one with her #Fixthedamnroads which she has failed to do anything in this regards. The response to #PFAS was negligence and completely removing funding for #PureMichigan clearly shows her lack of anything positive for the State of Michigan.

Legally, the petition is meaningless, but it may indicate an appetite on the part of some Michiganders to remove their governor.

According to Ballotpedia, petitioners need to gather one-quarter of the number of votes in the previous gubernatorial election in order to trigger a recall process.

That equates to 1,062,647 valid signatures being required to put Whitmer’s recall on the ballot.

“Whitmer is more concerned about running for Vice President,” Dylan Raymondwrote as his reason for signing.

Mike Robinson echoed that theme: “She chooses her own political aspirations over the people of Michigan.”


HUGE! Via John Solomon: Durham Has Subpoenaed and Called in Witnesses Before a DC Grand Jury

US Attorney General Bill Barr appointed US Attorney from Connecticut John Durham last May to investigate the origins of Spygate.

Award-winning investigative reporter John Solomon told Sean Hannity on Friday’s podcast that he knows of few witnesses who have appeared before a DC grand jury.

John Solomon told Hannity he believes that Durham’s charges will start with Kevin Clinesmith, the lawyer who fraudulently changed a document to deceive the FISA court.

“What about all the people that signed the FISA applications knowing…none of it was verified?” Hannity asked Solomon.


COVID-19 ALERT: 8,225 People Tested Positive in Maryland

As of today, 8,225 people tested positive for the coronavirus in Maryland, according to numbers released Sunday morning and 235 have died.
So far 41,539 people have tested negative for the virus and 1,860 of them were never hospitalized. Only 456 have been released from the hospital and 99 women died (4,438 cases) and 136 men died (3,787 cases).
Most of the cases are in Baltimore City and Baltimore County and the 21215 zip code has the most cases – 137.
The 21215 ZIP code in Baltimore has the most cases in one spot at 137 cases.
The number of cases and deaths by county:
Allegany 13 cases
Anne Arundel 659 cases (27 deaths)
Baltimore City 812 cases (24 deaths)
Baltimore County 1,257 cases (30 deaths)
Calvert 90 cases (1 death)
Caroline 17 cases
Carroll 236 cases (25 deaths)
Cecil 74 cases (1 death)
Charles 253 cases (9 deaths)
Dorchester 9 cases
Frederick 368 cases (12 deaths)
Garrett 4 cases
Harford 129 cases
Howard 371 cases (6 deaths)
Kent 11 cases
Montgomery 1,631 cases (42 deaths)
Prince George’s 2,035 cases (55 deaths)
Queen Anne’s 19 cases
St. Mary’s 82 cases
Somerset 4 cases
Talbot 14 cases (1 death)
Washington 75 cases (1 death)
Wicomico 42 cases (1 death)
Worcester 20 cases
It’s not just the elderly dying and getting sick. Here’s the number of cases and deaths based on age. 
0-9 52 cases
10-19 172 cases
20-29 906 cases (1 death)
30-39 1,390 cases (9 deaths)
40-49 1,504 cases (5 deaths)
50-59 1,675 cases (25 deaths)
60-69 1,212 cases (51 deaths)
70-79 816 cases (65 deaths)
80+ 498 cases (79 deaths)
Cases and Deaths by Race:
African-American 2,988 cases (91 deaths)
Asian 177 caes (7 deaths)
White 2,145 cases (72 deaths)
Other 806 cases (9 deaths)
Data not available 1,578 cases (27 deaths)