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Wednesday, April 15, 2020

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Joe Rogan: Trump Vs Biden Is "Like Mike Tyson Vs A 3-Year-Old"

In a new rant, podcast host Joe Rogan compared presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden going up against President Trump as akin to a 3-year-old trying to compete with Mike Tyson in the boxing ring.

“It shows you how crazy the system is that they wanted him,” Rogan said of the Democratic Party.

“That they wanted Biden to be their guy, that they don’t, they can’t admit that he’s in cognitive decline. I mean it’s very strange,” he added, referring to Biden’s continued odd comments and mentally slow performances in interviews.


Great Deals On Kubota & Toro Equipment In Delmar

NASCAR driver Kyle Larson fired by Chip Ganassi Racing for using racial slur

Chip Ganassi Racing has fired Kyle Larson after the driver was caught using a racial slur during a live-streamed virtual racing event Sunday night.

The team on Monday suspended Larson without pay, but Tuesday issued a statement saying it was "ending its relationship" with Larson, who was in the final year of his contract.

Larson was heard saying "you can't hear me? Hey, n----r" while chatting to other participants during the race.

Major sponsors of Larson's #42 car, McDonald's, Credit One and Clover had previously announced they were severing ties with the 27-year-old.


Hank Steinbrenner, Yankees co-owner, dead at 63

Hank Steinbrenner, general partner and co-chairperson of the Yankees, died early Tuesday morning at his Clearwater, Fla., residence due to a long-standing health issue surrounded by family members.

According to a source, the cause of death was not COVID-19.

The 63-year-old Steinbrenner was in his 13th year as general partner and 11th as co-chairperson.

“Hank was a genuine and gentle spirit who treasured the deep relationships he formed with those closest to him,” the Steinbrenner family said in a statement. “He was introduced to the Yankees organization at a very young age, and his love for sports and competition continued to burn brightly throughout his life. Hank could be direct and outspoken, but in the very same conversation show great tenderness and light-heartedness. More than anything, he set an example for all of us in how comfortably he lived enjoying his personal passions and pursuits. We are profoundly saddened to have lost him and will carry his memory with us always.”


‘I hate bullies’: Bicyclist verbally attacked by Chris Cuomo fires back

The Long Island resident blasted as a “jackass loser fat-tire biker” by Chris Cuomo in a radio rant told The Post on Tuesday that the CNN host is nothing but a bully — and has even filed a complaint with cops against him.

“Sometimes he’s scary stupid,” the East Hampton man, who asked to only be identified by his first name, David, said of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s little brother.

Chris Cuomo launched into a tirade on his SiriusXM show Monday night about how he didn’t like what he did for a living anymore — and ranted about a confrontation he had with a bike rider outside his property Easter Sunday, when the coronavirus-infected TV star was hanging out with his family.

David, who had been riding by, started hassling Chris Cuomo about social distancing, and the CNN star later seethed on his radio show that one big downside to money and fame is that he couldn’t tell the guy to “go to hell.”

“I don’t want some jackass, loser, fat tire biker being able to pull over and get in my space and talk bullsh–t to me, I don’t want to hear it,” Cuomo raged.


Democrat Georgia State Rep. Breaks From Party, Slams Biden and Endorses President Trump’s Reelection

Democrat Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones has defied his party and endorsed President Donald Trump’s reelection.

Jones also slammed Biden, saying that his policies devastated a generation of African American families.

Jones endorsed Trump on Tuesday, praising the president for the economy, criminal justice reform, and his support for historically black colleges.

Speaking to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jones said that he has no plan to switch parties he just thinks Trump is doing a good job on certain issues.

“It’s very simple to me. President Trump’s handling of the economy, his support for historically black colleges and his criminal justice initiatives drew me to endorse his campaign,” Jones said.


"I Am Essential... I Talk To God!": Virginia Pastor Who Defied Lockdown Order Has Died From COVID-19

A Virginia evangelical pastor has died after contracting the CCP virus, weeks after holding a packed service in his Richmond church.

Bishop Gerald O. Glenn, 66, founder and pastor of the New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Chesterfield, died on April 11, the church announced on Easter Sunday.

“It is with an exceedingly sorrowful and heavy heart that I come to you this morning, and regret to inform you, that on last night, April 11 at 9 p.m., our father Bishop Gerald Glenn transitioned from labor to reward,”church member Bryan Nevers announced in a YouTube video.

News of Glenn’s death came a week after the church announced he had tested positive for the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus.

His daughter, Mar-Gerie Crawley, told WTVR that he had a pre-existing condition that causes inflammation of the intestines, so she wasn’t too alarmed when he began to display symptoms on April 5.

“He has diverticulitis, so it’s not uncommon for him to get fevers or you know virus or sinus infection,” she said.

His health quickly deteriorated despite receiving medical care in hospital. He soon struggled with his breathing and was put on a ventilator, Crawley said.

Before Glenn was diagnosed with the CCP virus, he held a congregation at the New Deliverance Evangelistic Church on March 22, where he told attendees:

“I firmly believe that God is larger than this dreaded virus.”


Report: Pelosi Calls Trump Handling of Coronavirus “Almost Sinful” (House not in session until May 4)

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) called President Trump’s handling of the COVID-19 Chinese coronavirus crisis “almost sinful” in a two-hour call Monday with members of the Democrat House caucus, reported Politico.

Pelosi’s trashing of Trump comes the same day her deputy, House Minority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) informed members that Pelosi intends to keep the House closed until at least May 4 “absent an emergency”.


UPDATE: US NIH Awarded Wuhan Lab that Studied Bat Coronavirus a $3.7 Million US Grant — AFTER WARNINGS ABOUT THEIR RISKY TESTS

As early as 2018 US State Department officials warned about safety risks at the Wuhan Institute of Virology lab on scientists conducting risky tests with the bat coronavirus.

US officials made several trips to the Wuhan laboratory.

Despite the warnings the US National Institute of Health (NIH) awarded a$3.7 million grant to the Wuhan lab studying the bat virus. This was after State Department warned about the risky tests going on in the lab.

This is unbelievable!

The deadly China coronavirus that started in China sometime in late 2019 has now circled the globe. Evidence suggests that the coronavirus didn’t come naturally. We still don’t know whether the deadly virus was leaked intentionally or if it was an accident.

But we do know that the Chinese did attempt to market a cure for the coronavirus to the world in January after the virus began to spread.

Rural America is facing higher coronavirus death rates than major cities driven by the aging population of small towns, report finds

Rural America is seeing higher death rates from the novel coronavirus than its urban counterparts because of an aging population, a new report suggests.

The research examined the impact of age on the potential death rate in each US county.

A demographer found that more than half of the country's rural counties would have significantly higher death rates among those infected with the virus than the US death rate.

By comparison, a little more than one-fifth of metropolitan, or urban, counties would have such high death rates.


Six are killed and 23 are inured in Chicago shootings over the span of four days, including Easter weekend, after the mayor ordered all liquor stores to close by 9PM to curb violence

Six people were fatally gunned down across Chicago and 25 were injured over the course of four days - including Easter Weekend - as the city struggles keeping folks at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

The news comes just days after Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot imposed a curfew that prohibited the sale of liquor after 9pm in an effort to stop those defying Illinois's shelter-in-place order.

Three peope were shot dead on Friday, another victim was shot dead on Saturday and two more were killed on Monday, according to police.

Another 19 people were shot and injured over Easter weekend, while four others were injured in shootings on Monday, the Chicago Sun Times reports.


A second Coronavirus wave will crash over the US this winter and will last until March next year with 1.4million infected, Morgan Stanley predicts

The coronavirus outbreak will end in the next few days, but will return in a second wave that reaches its apex this winter, according to a new timeline from Morgan Stanley.

The same timeline, which combines state models, has the pandemic fading away in 2021 as a vaccine becomes available.

Morgan has several times increased its forecasts for the total number of coronavirus cases in the US, due to lackluster quarantine measures.


Navy's Mercy Hospital Ship Off L.A. Now Battling Serious COVID-19 Outbreak Among Crew

It was supposed to help relieve local California hospitals in the fight against coronavirus, but now it may have become a dangerous source of spreading the disease.

The emergency response ship USNS Mercy, docked since last month in the Port of Los Angeles, has been hit with a significant outbreak on board, with seven total crew members testing positive for COVID-19, the Navy said.

All of the infected have now been removed from the ship and put into isolation in an especially worrisome situation given the ship is geared toward housing and caring for vulnerable non-coronavirus patients to take the strain off of area hospitals.

People recently having contact with the newly positive crew members have also been put in isolation off the ship and are being monitored. In total the Mercy has 1,000 military personnel, assisted by a small civilian staff.

The Navy says the rise in infections aboard the Mercy will not stop its mission to receive medical patients: “The ship is following protocols and taking every precaution to ensure the health and safety of all crew members and patients on board,” a statement said. “This will not affect the ability for Mercy to receive patients at this time.”

It must be remembered that an entire nuclear aircraft carrier and its crew of nearly 5,000 was put out of commission off Guam last month amid a growing number of infections. The Theodore Roosevelt now has at least 585 sailors that tested COVID-19 positive, including the death of one sailor.


New Study Exposes More Evidence That Summer Won't Stop The Coronavirus

One of the public's last great hopes as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases nears the 2 million mark is that the onset of summer in the northern hemisphere will help defeat the virus as warmer temperatures make life for the virus more hostile, hampering the virus's ability to spread.

However, it's looking increasingly likely that the novel coronavirus is stronger than its predecessor, SARS, when it comes to resisting intense heat. One recent study of additional steps that could be taken to protect lab technicians handling samples of the virus found that samples of the virus can survive when exposed to temperatures as high as 60 degrees Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit).

That would seem to preclude the onset of summer as a potential 'miracle cure', while also suggesting that the outbreaks in Africa and South America might be worse than they appear, since the theories that high temperatures slow the virus's spread don't appear nearly as convincing.


Gold Miners Now Deemed "Essential" In Canada

Mining companies with operations in Quebec are wasting no time jumping back into action after the provincial government announced Monday night that mining is now considered an essential service and operations can restart Wednesday.

While miners in Quebec will be heading back to work, the government has also put in place new work policies. According to the new provincial guidelines, mining companies will have to reduce the number of fly-ins and fly-outs from their mining sites and they are encouraged to use more local workers.

Under a new work regime, miners will see their time at work sites extended to 28 days instead of 14.

To maintain social-distancing guidelines, companies will also have to use more chartered planes and shuttle buses to transport their workers

It has not taken mining companies long to react to the news. On Tuesday, Yamana Gold Inc. announced that it was going to restart operations at the Canadian Malartic mine in Abitibi, Canada’s largest gold mine. Yamana operates Malartic in a 50/50 joint venture with Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd.

“The resumption of mining activity will occur over a period of several weeks with full attention to the health and safety of returning employees, contractors and suppliers,” Yamana said.

Along with Malartic, Agnico Eagle said that it is also restarting operations at its LaRonde Complex and Goldex mine.

Eldorado Gold Corp. also said in a statement Tuesday that it is preparing to restart operations at its Lamaque mine in northern Quebec.


HHS: Nearly 40 Migrant Children Test Positive for Coronavirus at Chicago Shelter

China’s Wuhan virus has spread to almost 40 migrant youths and children who are being sheltered by the Department of Health and Human Services, according to news services.

“On Tuesday, Heartland [Human Care Services] officials said that the number of immigrant children in their care who had tested positive for COVID-19 had nearly doubled, from 19 to 37,” said a report in ProPublica, a donor-support news service. The report continued:

Of those, 28 were asymptomatic at the time of the testing, the agency said. “To our knowledge, there’s not an increase in staff cases,” a spokeswoman for the organization said. “We are working hard to obtain testing for staff, too.”

The Heartland group is one of several groups that operate shelters for migrant youths and children, under contracts from DHHS.

The report did not say any of the children were harmed by the disease. Worldwide, governments report that very few children have been sickened or killed by the disease that escaped from China.

The ProPublica site also reported that officials in HHS’s Office of Refugee Resettlement said that “there were also 39 ‘self-reports’ of positive COVID-19 tests among personnel affiliated with shelter programs in six states.”


Most US Healthcare Workers With Virus Likely Got It at Work: CDC

More than half of U.S. healthcare personnel infected with the new coronavirus likely contracted it via contact with an infected patient or coworker, new data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggest.

The findings underscore the need to better protect those on the front lines of the pandemic from becoming infected as hospitals face a crush of patients with the highly contagious COVID-19 respiratory illness caused by the virus.

Healthcare workers should be screened for fever and respiratory symptoms at the beginning of their shifts, researchers said in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. They should also be given priority in coronavirus testing, provided with proper personal protective equipment and trained in their use, and discouraged from working while ill, it said.

Between Feb. 12 and April 9, 315,531 U.S. cases of COVID-19 were reported to the CDC, including 49,370 (16%) that included data on whether patients worked in healthcare.


Bloomberg Ordered Reporters Off Story Due to Chinese Pressure

Bloomberg News prevented its own reporters from following up on a 2012 article probing China’s wealthy ruling class due to worries that Beijing would kick the company out of the country and deprive it of lucrative business, the NPR reported on Monday.

A further probing article would “invite the Communist Party to… completely shut us down and kick us out of the country,” Bloomberg founding editor-in-chief Matthew Winkler said in a 2013 recording obtained by NPR.

The recording was of a conference call with members of Bloomberg’s China-based investigative team, which had been working for more than a year on a story exposing corruption connected to Chinese President Xi Jinping and his family .


Brutal Trump-de-Force at the Coronavirus Hearing Leaves Media Screaming 'Pull the Plug!'

Donald Trump absolutely lit up his own Coronavirus Task Force press briefing with a more than six-minute, tour-de-force media takedown that had CNN and MSNBC sputtering and reaching for the plug.

Trump said hello and turned the media briefing over to the NIH's Dr. Anthony Fauci to clarify his words uttered on CNN on shutting down the country earlier to prevent more deaths.

Then, Trump took over and it was ON. He listed the timeline of his response to the coronavirus and presented a video of incorrect statements by the press on COVID-19.

It was more than the Trumpiest of Trump updates, it was a Trump-de-Force:

President Trump gives a Timeline of his Coronavirus— Benny (@bennyjohnson) April 13, 2020

The video looked like a professional ad:

President Trump plays campaign-style video at press briefing defending his response to coronavirus pandemic— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) April 13, 2020


Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic 4-15-20

Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Maryland cases
Updated Apr 15 at 12:59 PM local
Data is collected from multiple sources that update at different times and may not always align. Some states may not provide complete county-level info.
Prince George's
Baltimore City
Anne Arundel
St. Mary's
Queen Anne's

Maryland Covid-19 4-15-20

Today, the Maryland Dept of Health reports 9,472 confirmed cases of COVID19 in Maryland. This marks an increase of 536 cases since yesterday. Maryland has 302 deaths, 44,261 negative tests and 607 patients have been released from isolation.

📷 Map showing numbers reflected above.

New Yorkers Violate Stay In Place Ordfers

I'm sure most off you can recognize where this picture was taken but in case you don't, it's very close to the Maryland/Delaware line on Rt. 13 south. Multiple out of state license plates were seen on this particular route. 

Trump Blindsides Hostile Media with Video of Times They Scoffed at His Coronavirus Concerns

A Viewer Writes: Salisbury Mayor Jake Day

Publishers Notes: I think they meant "the year you've had" being the drug deal with your wife. The public would also like to know where you DONATED your new additional income as you guaranteed the public you would be donating ALL of the additional money beyond the old salary. After all Jake, that's how you conned the public and council into increasing your salary.

Maryland courts to stay closed through June 5

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WBFF) - The Maryland Judiciary is ordering courts to stay closed through June 5, with limited exceptions.

That's one of two new orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic announced today by Maryland Court of Appeals Judge Mary Ellen Barbera.

One administrative order provides guidance on the release of incarcerated and imprisoned residents.

It notes that judges and others should "identify at-risk incarcerated persons for potential release to protect the health of at-risk incarcerated persons during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, with careful regard for the safety of victims and communities in general; with respect for the statutory rights of victims; and with due consideration given to public health concerns related to inmates who may have contracted COVID-19."

Also, "judges should consider the risk that COVID-19 poses to people confined in correctional facilities... "


Fauci Admits US Was "Given Incorrect Information From The Start"

The U.S. was given inaccurate information about the coronavirus at the beginning of the crisis Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Saturday.

When Fox News host Jesse Watters asked Fauci if he believes China or the World Health Organization "misled" him or if the WHO leader himself could have been "deceived," Fauci noted that while he does not know the details behind the inaccurate information, it was disseminated from the start of the crisis.

"You know I don't know where the missteps went, the only thing I know what the end result was, that early on we did not get correct information," Fauci said.

"And the incorrect information was propagated right from the beginning because you know when the first cases came out, that were identified I think on December 31st in China and we became aware of this, they said this was just animal to human period."

"Now we know retrospectively that there was ongoing transmission from human to human in China, probably at least a few weeks before then," he said.

Fauci said once the illness hit the U.S. it became evident "that was misinformation right from the beginning."

He added that "whosever fault that was, you know, we're gonna go back and take a look at that when this is all over, but clearly it was not the right information that was given to us."


Did she find the missing link for a Coronavirus treatment? Her brain fluid leak led her right to it!

Dr. Marc Siegel: Coronavirus, what went wrong? Any review must include role of health agencies

Do you remember when President Trump traveled to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention early last month and stood together with health leaders? Comparisons were made then between the emerging coronavirus and influenza.

These comparisons were meant to illustrate that influenza is a proven killer, with 30,000 to 80,000 deaths per year on average, and in fact, it killed 80,000 in the U.S. just two years ago. The comparisons were not meant to minimize the new virus, but to discuss it in terms of hypotheticals in order to allay fears by association.

But it soon turned out that this virus was far more contagious than the flu, that it caused a nasty immune-driven pneumonia in a fairly large minority of cases, and without a proven treatment or vaccine, our hospitals were soon overwhelmed.

Unfortunately, that presidential meeting at the CDC also served to illustrate a major problem in the U.S. response to COVID-19.


Maryland County Assigns Residents Shopping Days to Combat Coronavirus

Calvert County, Maryland, seeks to fix "chronic overcrowding" in grocery stores by assigning residents shopping days based on their last names

Calvert County, Maryland, has asked residents to grocery shop only on certain days assigned by last name to combat the spread of coronavirus.

"Chronic overcrowding" has become an issue in grocery and convenience stores, so residents are now asked to grocery shop no more than every five days, the health department said. Residents were assigned certain shopping days based on their last names.
Last name starting with A-C shop on dates ending with 0 and 5
Last name starting with D-G shop on dates ending with 1 and 6
Last name starting with H-L shop on dates ending with 2 and 7
Last name starting with M-R shop on dates ending with 3 and 8
Last name starting with S-Z shop on dates ending with 4 and 9

"Going to the grocery store has shifted from an occasional trip to get necessities to a frequent excuse for getting out of the house," the health department said.


China Coronavirus is Linked to the Former Leader of the Chinese Communist Party, His Family and Soros Investments. Does This Surprise Anyone?

The deadly China coronavirus that has now circled the globe is connected to one of the former leaders in China and his family, as well as George Soros.

Who would have figured?

The China coronavirus has connections to former leader of the Chinese Communist Party, Jiang Zemin. For starters, Jiang is the grandfather of Jiang Zhicheng, Who has a controlling interest in WuXi AppTec, which controls Fosun Pharma.

In January of this year, a few months ago as the coronavirus was first being reported in China, the Wuhan Institute of Virology applied for a patent on a US drug, Remdesivir, used for the treatment of Ebola and coronavirus infections. George Soros invests in WuXi.


KKK-Blackface Governor Ralph Northam Repeals Virginia Voter ID Laws, Expands Early Voting Programs

Elections have consequences.

KKK-Blackface Governor Ralph Northam (D) on Monday signed sweeping legislation repealing voter ID laws and expanded early voting programs.

“Voting is a fundamental right, and these new laws strengthen our democracy by making it easier to cast a ballot, not harder,” said Governor Northam in a statement. “No matter who you are or where you live in Virginia, your voice deserves to be heard. I’m proud to sign these bills into law.”

Northam signed legislation allowing early voting 45 days prior to an election without even stating an excuse.

Voters used to have to provide a reason for absentee voting from an approved list why they were unable to vote on Election Day.

House Bill 19 and Senate Bill 65, remove the requirement that voters show a photo ID prior to casting a ballot.


Trump says U.S. will stop funding World Health Organization

President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he is directing his administration to halt U.S. funding of the World Health Organization, as he accused the WHO of mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus and promised a review of the matter.

“So much death has been caused by their mistakes,” Trump said at a daily White House briefing on the pandemic, adding that his administration will continue to engage with the WHO.

Trump, who had threatened to freeze U.S. funding to the international organization earlier this month, said the U.S. provides between about $400 million to $500 million each year to the organization.

At the briefing, the president also continued a recent back-and-forth with state governors, saying his administration soon will be sharing details on plans to reopen the country and he will speak shortly with all 50 governors. He said there could be reopening for some states before May 1, suggesting that more than 20 are faring well. Trump claimed the authority Monday to decide how and when to reopen the economy, but governors from both parties were quick to note they have the primary constitutional responsibility.


A Letter Sent To Senator (Mike Braun)

Senator-- I want to start by echoing President Trump on what a GREAT job you are doing. It is very refreshing to have someone like you in the Senate actually getting things done. Thank you !!
I've repeatedly emailed (another senator) before about the problem of Chinese students in the US on student visas 'collecting' sensitive info for the Chinese government. Some (maybe many) are here on fully-paid Chinese government 'scholarships'. There are over 1200 of them just in Oxford, Ohio at Miami. I was in Air Force intelligence and I have seen some things in Oxford that tend to confirm that this presence is not benign.

Can we imagine the communist Chinese government asks nothing in return for sending these people to the US? We both know they do, and that there are family members remaining in China that may bear the brunt of non-compliance.

As you know, these 'students' and people on work visas are extracting tremendous amounts of intellectual property and sensitive technologies, and many are enrolled in the engineering schools that feed into our military R&D, particularly in the region that surrounds Wright-Patterson AFB.

The communist Chinese government has just done tremendous damage, not only to our country, but to the entire world with their lies and cover-up of the corona virus release. They MUST be held accountable for that in a very significant way.

I believe that the US should revoke ALL student and work visas issued to Chinese nationals, verify their quick exit from our country, and put further issuance of them on hold till there is a verifiable, sustained change in the behavior of the Chinese government. 

They have no 'right' to these visas, and at this point they have shown that they do not deserve the privilege of coming to the US. Having these agents of a hostile government present in the US is not at all in our interests, diplomatically or otherwise. The price is much too high.

Please take urgent and quick action to end the issuance of these visas, and to send the current 'visitors' back home.

Nearly 2 Million Struggling Homeowners Apply For Assistance As Forbearance Explosion Paints Dire Picture

With unemployment claims hitting nearly 17 million over the last three weeks, the number of Americans applying for the government's mortgage forbearance program under the COVID-19 relief plan spiked 73% for the week ending April 5 vs. the previous week - jumping from 2.73% to 3.74%, according to new data from the Mortgage Bankers Association.

For context, the total number of loans in forbearance was just 0.25% for the week of March 2 - an increase of 1,496% in just six weeks, with the number of borrowers in forbearance now topping 2 million according to CNBC.

Of the increase, borrowers with Ginnie Mae loans are in the worst shape - with requests jumping from 4.31% to 5.89%. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac borrowers are doing 'less bad', with forbearance requests increasing from 1.69% to 2.44%.



The Communist Chinese have released documentation admitting coronavirus was injected into bats and then injected into piglets, and that more piglets were then fed the remains of the infected piglets.

All of this was done within the Wuhan Bioweapon laboratory just 20 miles away from the Chinese wet market the virus is said to have originated from.

Sequencing of the Covid-19 genome has traced it back to the bats used in the Wuhan laboratory.

Furthermore, the contaminated animals may have been freely sold to the neighboring wet market after the research was finished.

Dr. Francis Boyle reveals the current overseer of the Coronavirus hype oversaw the U.S. government-funded research in Wuhan.

China is now threatening to expose the Obama-era program and its current rollout.

Now, the left, who barely have a presidential candidate, are desperate and they may do anything to cover the open treason and national security threat of the Deep State.

President Trump has the swamp in check.

We are just one move away from checkmate.


Two men are arrested for the murder of a high school girl, 18, 'after robbing her of $935 Adidas Yeezy sneakers'

Two men have been arrested and charged with the murder of a teenage girl from South Florida who was fatally shot while selling designer sneakers with her online entrepreneur boyfriend.

Miami-Dade police on Sunday apprehended Adrian Cosby and George Walton, both 19, in connection to Tuesday’s slaying of Andrea Camps Lacayo, 18, and the wounding of her boyfriend, Sergio Berben.

According to the Miami Herald, detectives say Camps, 18, and Berben had agreed on Instagram to sell Cosby and Walton three pairs of Adidas Yeezy sneakers for $935. Pairs of that shoe are selling for up to $500 online.


US woman who caught coronavirus despite self-isolating for three weeks believes it was passed to her when she collected a bag of groceries left on her doorstep

A woman who caught coronavirus even though she was self-isolating for three weeks said she believes she caught the disease from a bag of groceries delivered to her door.

Rachel Brummert was shielding herself at home in Charlotte, North Carolina, as she suffers from an autoimmune disorder that makes her vulnerable to COVID-19.

Because of this underlying condition, Brummert had kept her distance from others as a precaution, including her husband who has been living in a separate room.

But despite these measures she still tested positive for the virus last Thursday after beginning to notice symptoms.