Two people paint over Black Lives Matter mural in California

Two people paint over Black Lives Matter mural in California| 05 July 2020 | Two people in Martinez, Calif., spent part of Independence Day on Saturday painting over a recently created mural reading "Black Lives Matter," according to local media reports. NBC Bay Area reported the mural was painted on a street in front of a local courthouse earlier Saturday after activists had the project green-lighted by city officials. Within hours, that mural had been vandalized by a man and woman.

Researchers Debate Infecting People on Purpose to Test Coronavirus Vaccines

Researchers Debate Infecting People on Purpose to Test Coronavirus Vaccines | 01 July 2020 | One way to quickly see if a coronavirus vaccine works would be to immunize healthy people and then deliberately expose them to the virus, some researchers are suggesting. Proponents say this strategy, called a human challenge trial, could save time because rather than conducting tests the usual way -- by waiting for vaccinated people to encounter the virus naturally -- researchers could just infect them. Challenge trials have been used to test vaccines for typhoid, cholera, malaria and other diseases... But there were so-called rescue medicines to cure those who got sick. There is no cure for Covid-19. For both ethical and practical reasons, the idea of challenge trials for a coronavirus vaccine has provoked fierce debate. [Start with Gates and Fauci.]

Trump Issues Executive Order to Rebuild Non-Confederate Monuments That Have Been Torn Down by Protesters

Trump Issues Executive Order to Rebuild Non-Confederate Monuments That Have Been Torn Down by Protesters | 04 July 2020 | Ahead of the Fourth of July weekend, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that would create a new national park to display statues and monuments dedicated to "American Heroes," including those that have been torn down by protesters in the past month. The order lists specific criteria and examples of either names of potential persons to be honored or events from which historically significant persons may be honored, such as the "discovery of America" or the "abolition of slavery." Neither the Confederacy nor the Civil War are mentioned in the order. In the past month, statues of George Washington, Christopher Columbus, and even Abraham Lincoln have been destroyed, as well as monuments dedicated to abolitionists and African American soldiers. It is these statues and monuments Trump said he wanted to restore and preserve.

New Hydroxychloroquine Study Vindicates President Trump and Should End Dr. Fauci's Career at NIAID and in Medicine

New Hydroxychloroquine Study Vindicates President Trump and Should End Dr. Fauci's Career at NIAID and in Medicine | 03 July 2020 | A new Hydroxychloroquine study conducted by Henry Ford Health System revealed hydroxychloroquine successfully lowered the death rate among hospitalized COVID-19 patients by a significant margin. According to Just The News, the use of hydroxychloroquine cut the mortality rate of coronavirus victims in half. The study examined 2,541 patients who had been hospitalized in six hospitals between March 10 and May 2, 2020. More than twenty-six percent (26.4%) of patients who did not receive hydroxychloroquine died. But among those who received hydroxychloroquine, fewer than half that number -- 13% -- died. More than 90% of the patients received hydroxychloroquine within 48 hours of admission to the hospital. Scientists say giving the drug early during illness may be a key to success.

Hydroxychloroquine lowers COVID-19 death rate, Henry Ford Health study finds

Hydroxychloroquine lowers COVID-19 death rate, Henry Ford Health study finds | 02 July 2020 | A Henry Ford Health System study shows the controversial anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine helps lower the death rate of COVID-19 patients, the Detroit-based health system said Thursday. Officials with the Michigan health system said the study found the drug "significantly" decreased the death rate of patients involved in the analysis. The study analyzed 2,541 patients hospitalized among the system’s six hospitals between March 10 and May 2 and found 13% of those treated with hydroxychloroquine died while 26% of those who did not receive the drug died.

New polls in the US, Germany, Czech Republic - among others - found that up to half may not take coronavirus vaccine

New polls in the US, Germany, Czech Republic - among others - found that up to half may not take coronavirus vaccine | 04 July 2020 | Up to half of the populations in countries including the United States, Germany and the Czech Republic say they may not get any new [deadly] coronavirus vaccine that is developed. In the United States, a number of polls have shown that only around 50 per cent are committed to getting a coronavirus vaccine. In Germany, a poll this week by YouGov found that only one in two Germans would definitely get vaccinated if there was a jab available, and one in five said they definitely would not.  A protest was held in Ukraine on Friday over the potential for compulsory coronavirus vaccinations. [Excellent!] Dr. Jiří Černý, a leading virologist at the Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, the Czech Republic - where recent research found that only 49 per cent of people would take a coronavirus vaccine - said mandatory vaccination should be considered. [*We'll take your shot after you take ours.*]

Trump, in fiery Mount Rushmore address, decries rise of 'far-left fascism,' calls on Americans to rise up

Trump, in fiery Mount Rushmore address, decries rise of 'far-left fascism,' calls on Americans to rise up --Trump announces plans for 'a new monument to the giants of our past' | 04 July 2020 | Speaking after the legendary U.S. Navy Blue Angels roared overhead, President Trump ushered in the July 4th weekend Friday night at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota with a full-throated condemnation of "far-left fascism" and a defense of "Judeo-Christian principles." "This monument will never be desecrated," Trump declared to cheers and applause. "These heroes will never be defaced. Their legacy will never, ever be destroyed. Their achievements will never be forgotten. And Mount Rushmore will stand forever as an eternal tribute to our forefathers and to our freedom." The president asserted that recent attacks on the nation's monuments, alongside "cancel culture" and the rise of the Marxist ideology of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, were symptoms of a "left-wing cultural revolution" that was threatening to "overthrow the American Revolution." BLM explicitly advocates the destruction of the "nuclear family structure," which Trump said was in fact the "bedrock of American life."

Copenhagen's Little Mermaid branded 'racist fish' in graffiti attack

Copenhagen's Little Mermaid branded 'racist fish' in graffiti attack --Expert on Hans Christian Andersen says it is ‘hard to see what is racist’ about fairytale | 03 July 2020 | The statue of the Little Mermaid in the entrance to Copenhagen harbour has been daubed with the words "racist fish". Protesters have variously knocked the mermaid off her perch, beheaded her, lopped off an arm and poured paint over her. Copenhagen police said no one had claimed responsibility for the latest assault. "We consider it vandalism and have started an investigation," a spokesman said. Visited by a million tourists a year, the statue, designed by the sculptor Edvard Eriksen and modelled on his wife, Eline, was created as a tribute to the celebrated fairytale by Hans Christian Andersen about a mythical sea king's mermaid daughter who falls in love with a prince and longs to become human.

Alleged Jeffrey Epstein facilitator Ghislaine Maxwell taken into federal custody

Alleged Jeffrey Epstein facilitator Ghislaine Maxwell taken into federal custody | 02 July 2020 | Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite who was accused by many women of helping procure underage sex partners for Jeffrey Epstein, has been arrested. The FBI says she was taken into federal custody without incident around 8:30 a.m. in New Hampshire. She is charged with conspiracy to entice minors to engage in sex acts.She is charged out of the Southern District of New York... Maxwell, 58, has been accused by several women of enabling, facilitating or participating in their abuse.

House Democrats, Working With Liz Cheney, Restrict Trump's Planned Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan and Germany

House Democrats, Working With Liz Cheney, Restrict Trump's Planned Withdrawal of Troops From Afghanistan and Germany | 02 July 2020 | The U.S. military has been fighting in Afghanistan for almost nineteen years. House Democrats, working in tandem with key pro-war GOP lawmakers such as Rep. [and deep-state pile of sh*t, like her father] Liz Cheney, are ensuring that continues. Last night, the House Armed Services Committee voted overwhelmingly in favor of an amendment -- jointly sponsored by Democratic Congressman Jason Crow of Colorado and Congresswoman Cheney of Wyoming -- prohibiting the expenditure of monies to reduce the number of U.S. troops deployed in Afghanistan below 8,000 without a series of conditions first being met... The Crow/Cheney amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) last night passed by a vote of 45-11. The NDAA was then unanimously approved by the Committee by a vote of 56-0. It authorizes $740.5 billion in military spending... President Trump throughout the year has insisted that the Pentagon present plans for withdrawing all troops from Afghanistan prior to the end of 2020. Last week, reports indicated that "the Trump administration is close to finalizing a decision to withdraw more than 4,000 troops from Afghanistan by the fall."

Record jobs gain of 4.8 million in June smashes expectations; unemployment rate falls to 11.1%

Record jobs gain of 4.8 million in June smashes expectations; unemployment rate falls to 11.1% | 02 July 2020 | Nonfarm payrolls soared by 4.8 million in June and the unemployment rate fell to 11.1% as the U.S. continued its reopening from the coronavirus pandemic, the Labor Department said Thursday. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had been expecting a 2.9 million increase and a jobless rate of 12.4%. The report was released a day earlier than usual due to the July Fourth holiday. The jobs growth marked a big leap from the 2.7 million in May, which was revised up by 190,000. The June total is easily the largest single-month gain in U.S. history.

Jeffrey Epstein Confidante Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested on Sex Abuse Charges

Jeffrey Epstein Confidante Ghislaine Maxwell Arrested on Sex Abuse Charges --Prosecutors allege Maxwell helped Epstein traffic and abuse underage girls; he [allegedly] died by suicide awaiting trial last year | 02 July 2020 | Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite and heiress who became a confidante of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and was later implicated in his alleged sexual crimes, has been arrested by the FBI. She was arrested in Bradford, New Hampshire, around 8:30 a.m. Thursday on charges she conspired with Epstein to sexually abuse minors... In a brief electronic appearance in New Hampshire federal court Thursday afternoon, a judge remanded her to the custody of the U.S. Marshals and ordered her transferred to New York City. She did not enter a plea, and her attorney indicated he will seek a detention hearing in New York, a prelude to a possible bail request.

Black campus activists demand Pitt fire faculty found guilty of racial bias by committee of black jurors

Black campus activists demand Pitt fire faculty found guilty of racial bias by committee of black jurors --University mostly mum on subject | 01 July 2020 | Black student activists at the University of Pittsburgh want to crackdown on racial bias at the school by making it easier to fire faculty and staff who are accused of racism. The demand by the students, who call themselves "Black Pitt," state that faculty and staff with a complaint of "racial bias or excessive force...should be terminated and banned from the University campus immediately if found at fault," according to a list of demands sent to the university. What's more, "During the time of the investigation, the faculty/staff should be disclosed by name and banned from the University campus until its completion," the demand adds. The activists have called for the creation of a "People's Voice Committee," which would be made up of black students, faculty, and staff, to adjudicate the claims. "This committee will serve within the entity that is the Senior Leadership Team and must be composed of Black faculty, staff, alumni, and student liaisons who are well-versed in the field of Black studies/culture," the demands state.

Scholar forced to resign over study that found police shootings not biased against blacks

Scholar forced to resign over study that found police shootings not biased against blacks --Union rep tells College Fix that university should not share data that runs afoul of its support of BLM protests | 30 June 2020 | Michigan State University leaders have successfully pressured Stephen Hsu to resign from his position as vice president of research and innovation after the Graduate Employees Union launched a campaign to oust him from his role. This came after the union, which represents teaching and research assistants, crawled through years of blog posts and interviews Hsu had conducted and criticized him for sharing content on genetic differences among different races. But the main thrust to oust Hsu came because the professor touted Michigan State research that found police are not more likely to shoot African-Americans The union had taken advantage of a Black Lives Matter-linked #ShutDownStem day on June 10 to help oust him. Hsu stepped down from his vice president role on June 19 after pressure from the union and the president of the university, Samuel Stanley. Hsu will stay on as a physics professor at Michigan State, however.

Why is Governor Newsom importing COVID-19 patients from Mexico into California?

Why is Governor Newsom importing COVID-19 patients from Mexico into California? --Coronavirus patients from Mexico are being 'Life-flighted' -- at US taxpayer expense -- into Southwest Riverside County, California. | 02 July 2020 | Pastor Tim asks: Previously, when people from another country are sick, personnel and supplies tare sent to the stricken area, to provide assistance. The sick people are not transported to another country to help. Why is this happening now? (Must-see video)

City Council passes $88.1 billion budget with $1 billion in cuts to NYPD

City Council passes $88.1 billion budget with $1 billion in cuts to NYPD | 01 July 2020 | The New York City Council passed the city's $88.1 billion budget just after midnight Wednesday with hopes to solve the Big Apple's $9 billion budget shortfall -- in part by slashing NYPD spending by $1 billion. The deal became official once Councilwoman Deborah Rose (D-Staten Island) became the 26th council member to vote in favor of the budget -- representing a majority of the 51-person legislative body... The budget passed by a final vote of 32-17, with one member absent and another seat empty.

New York county subpoenas people who won't talk to contact tracers

Shut down this insanity NOW: New York county subpoenas people who won't talk to contact tracers --County Health Commissioner Patricia Ruppert 'Failure to comply will be costly - $2,000 per day.' | 01 July 2020 | Officials in New York are threatening fines and said subpoenas are being issued to a group of partygoers to compel them to speak with health officials about a gathering that could be responsible for a cluster of coronavirus infections. The party occurred in mid-June, according to media reports, in Clarkstown, N.Y., just north of New York City, where as many as 100 people were exposed to the outbreak. At least eight people have been infected and have refused to talk with county investigators.

CU-Boulder administrators issues memo to staff and students outlining strict policies on 'accepted viewpoints,' a 'non-negotiable' condition of employment

CU-Boulder administrators issues memo to staff and students outlining strict policies on 'accepted viewpoints,' a 'non-negotiable' condition of employment --CU-Boulder says a 'non-negotiable' condition of employment and enrollment is the 'need to embrace our community value.' | 01 July 2020 | In a recent memo sent by University of Colorado-Boulder officials to all students and employees, the university dictated which opinions of the recent waves of Black Lives Matter protests will be accepted by the school... On June 5, 2020, CU Boulder sent a memo to its students and faculty providing a statement on the recent uprisings. The announcement, co-written by Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Akirah Bradley, and Associate Vice Chancellor the Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance and Title IX Coordinator Valerie Simons, described a supporting opinion of Black Lives Matter as a "non-negotiable condition of enrollment and employment." This statement would seem to contradict the university's previous statements on the constitutional right to freedom of speech.

Trump: 'Russian Bounty' Intel Claims Never Presented to Him Since it 'Didn't Rise to That Level'

Trump: 'Russian Bounty' Intel Claims Never Presented to Him Since it 'Didn't Rise to That Level' | 01 July 2020 | US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he was never briefed on claims [deep-state lies] published by the New York Times about bounties on US soldiers in Afghanistan given to the Taliban by Russian intelligence agents because US intelligence agencies don't believe it ever happened. "We never heard about it because intelligence never found it to be of that level, where it would rise to that," Trump told Fox Business during a Wednesday interview at the White House. "This didn't rise to the occasion. And from what I hear - and I hear it pretty good - the intelligence people, didn't even, many of them didn't believe it happened at all," he added.

Nasdaq hits 22nd record as new quarter begins

Nasdaq hits 22nd record as new quarter begins | 01 July 2020 | The Nasdaq and the S&P 500 kicked off the second quarter on a positive note, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost ground as investors weighed the nation's reopening from coronavirus lockdowns against fresh employment data, more cautious comments from the Federal Reserve and another round of stimulus. The Nasdaq notched its 22nd record close of the year rising, 0.95 percent, while the S&P gained 0.50 percent and the Dow slipped 77 points or 0.30 percent. The major averages on Tuesday closed out their strongest quarter in more than 20 years.

Black Washington Post editor says white women 'lucky' only to be called 'Karen,' there's no 'revenge'

Black Washington Post editor says white women 'lucky' only to be called 'Karen,' there's no 'revenge' | 30 June 2020 | A Washington Post editor is under fire for tweeting white women are "lucky" that blacks such as herself just call them "Karens" -- and don't take "revenge." "The lies and tears of white women hath wrought: -the 1921 Tulsa massacre -murder of Emmett Till -exclusion of black women from feminist movements -53% of white women voting for Trump," the paper's global-opinions editor, Karen Attiah, wrote Sunday in a since-deleted tweet. "White women are lucky that we are just calling them Karens. And not calling for revenge," Attiah added in the tweet, which was captured and reposted by several people before she erased it from her account. Attiah later responded to a supporter in another now-deleted tweet, "I'm just saying. Be happy we are calling for equality. And not actual revenge." [The Washington Post's grammatically-challenged editors (such as Karen Attiah) are lucky to actually have a job, even though they can't string together two coherent sentences and have the IQ of a door knob.]

Seattle CHOP barriers being cleared by city crews, cops at scene

Seattle CHOP barriers being cleared by city crews, cops at scene --Protesters then began to construct a makeshift barricade| 30 June 2020 | Seattle Department of Transportation crews on Tuesday began removing concrete barriers marking the entrance to the area protesters are calling the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP. A crew used heavy machinery to remove the concrete barriers at 10th and East Pine Street. Seattle Police officers were also at the scene to assist crews in case protesters intervened. Protesters almost immediately began to construct a makeshift barricade to take the concrete barrier's place, moving furniture, trash cans and plywood into the road to continue to block traffic into the area.

Before 'takedown' of General Flynn, he was planning to audit John Brennan for running billions 'off the books'

Before 'takedown' of General Flynn, he was planning to audit John Brennan for running billions 'off the books' --All roads lead back to John Brennan. | 30 June 2020 | Sidney Powell, attorney for retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, said her client, in his duties as the White House national security adviser, was prepared to "audit" the U.S. intelligence community. That, according to the former federal prosecutor, is partly why federal agents "set up" Flynn. Powell, who took over Flynn's defense last summer, told the "Vickie McKenna Show" on 1310 WIBA Madison that her client was "totally set up" because he threatened to expose wrongdoing by top intelligence officials in the Obama administration.

DHS deploys special federal unit to protect monuments over July 4 weekend amid vandalism fears

DHS deploys special federal unit to protect monuments over July 4 weekend amid vandalism fears --'DHS will be forward leaning in preparing to protect federal facilities and property' | 30 June 2020 | The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is deploying a special federal unit across the country for the July 4 weekend in order to protect federal monuments and statues from a possible fresh wave of vandalism... Rapid Deployment Teams (RDTs) from the Protecting American Communities Task Force (PACT), and consisting of law enforcement officers specially trained in areas such as crowd control and riot control, will be dispatched to Portland, Seattle and Washington D.C. Additional RDTs will be dispatched regionally so that they can be flown into any other area within a few hours should unrest spark up in other cities across the U.S. This is on top of Federal Protective Service (FPS) presence being ramped up higher than usual for a weekend in response to the potential challenge.

LA closes beaches ahead of Fourth of July weekend as coronavirus cases rise

LA closes beaches ahead of Fourth of July weekend as coronavirus cases rise | 29 June 2020 | Los Angeles is shutting its beaches for the holiday weekend around Independence Day as the number of new coronavirus cases spikes, county officials said Monday. Beaches will be closed to all recreational activities from July 3 through July 6 at 5 a.m. to prevent crowding that could spread the coronavirus. The county is also prohibiting fireworks displays over the holiday weekend, officials said.

Split high court throws out Louisiana abortion clinic limit

Split high court throws out Louisiana abortion clinic limit | 29 June 2020 | A divided Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era. Chief Justice John Roberts and his four more liberal colleagues ruled that a law that requires doctors who perform abortions must have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates abortion rights the court first announced in the landmark Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. The key vote belonged to Roberts, who had always voted against abortion rights before, including in a 2016 case in which the court struck down a Texas law that was virtually identical to the one in Louisiana.

Hong Kong national security law unanimously passed by Beijing, expected to become effective on July 1

Hong Kong national security law unanimously passed by Beijing, expected to become effective on July 1 | 30 June 2020 | Beijing's top legislative body has unanimously passed a sweeping national security law for Hong Kong prohibiting acts of secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces to endanger national security. The law, approved by the National People's Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) on Tuesday, is expected to carry a maximum penalty of life in jail. Sources told the Post the law was approved unanimously by the standing committee's 162 members, within 15 minutes of the meeting starting at 9am.

Latest Seattle CHOP shooting kills 16-year-old boy, critically wounds 14-year-old boy

Latest Seattle CHOP shooting kills 16-year-old boy, critically wounds 14-year-old boy --Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said both victims were African-American | 29 June 2020 | A 16-year-old boy has died and a 14-year-old boy has been hospitalized in critical condition Monday following the latest shooting at the Seattle area known as the Capitol Hill Organized Protest, or CHOP, police revealed. Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best said it marked the second death of an African-American victim in the area. The first death associated with the CHOP came June 20 when 19-year-old Horace Lorenzo Anderson was shot and killed. Monday marked the fourth shooting linked to the CHOP zone.

City of Minneapolis spending $4,500 a day for private security for three council members

City of Minneapolis spending $4,500 a day for private security for three council members | 28 June 2020 | The City of Minneapolis is spending $4,500 a day for private security for three council members who have received threats following the police killing of George Floyd, FOX 9 has learned. A city spokesperson said the private security details have cost taxpayers $63,000 over the past three weeks. The three council members who have the security detail -- Andrea Jenkins (Ward 8), and Phillipe Cunningham (Ward 4), and Alondra Cano (Ward 9) -- have been outspoken proponents of defunding the Minneapolis Police Department.

'Phony hit job' by 'fake news' NYT, says Trump on claims of 'so-called attacks on our troops in Afghanistan by Russians'

'Phony hit job' by 'fake news' NYT, says Trump on claims of 'so-called attacks on our troops in Afghanistan by Russians' | 28 June 2020 | The New York Times story alleging that Russia paid Afghan militants to kill US troops is "probably just another phony Times hit job, just like their failed Russia Hoax," US President Donald Trump said on Twitter. Trump took to Twitter to debunk the NYT report, which claimed that he failed to act against Russia after US intelligence told him that Moscow was secretly offering and paying money for attacks on coalition troops in Afghanistan. "Everybody is denying it & there have not been many attacks on us," he said. "Nobody’s been tougher on Russia than the Trump Administration."

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