Coronavirus isolation killing thousands of Alzheimer's patients

Coronavirus isolation killing thousands of Alzheimer's patients | 17 Sept 2020 | Some 13,200 more people than usual have died from dementia since March, and health care professionals are placing much of the blame on isolation [allegedly] intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19. According to a new report in The Washington Post, analysis of federal data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that more than 134,2000 people have passed away from diseases like Alzheimer's since the coronavirus pandemic gripped the nation. Social and mental stimulation both play a critical role in slowing dementia, and doctors have reported increased backsliding in patients who had been stable for years... Although only a tiny portion of the U.S. population resides in senior care facilities, nursing home deaths have accounted for around 40% of U.S. deaths from COVID-19 [thanks to Cuomo, Wolf, Lamont, and Whitmer, etc.].

COVID-19 emails from Nashville mayor's office show disturbing revelation

COVID-19 emails from Nashville mayor's office show disturbing revelation | 17 Sept 2020 | (TN) The coronavirus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor's office and the metro health department decided to keep it secret. Emails between the mayor's senior advisor and the health department reveal only a partial picture. But what they reveal is disturbing. The discussion involves the low number of coronavirus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and how to handle that. And, most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public. On June 30th, contact tracing was giving a small view of coronavirus clusters... bars and restaurants reported just 22 cases. Leslie Waller from the health department asks, "This isn't going to be publicly released, right? Just info for Mayor's Office?" "Correct, not for public consumption," writes senior advisor Benjamin Eagles.

Senate Republicans Lindsey Graham and others, who push for cheap foreign labor to replace US workers, signal openness to working with Biden

Senate Republicans Lindsey Graham and others, who push for cheap foreign labor to replace US workers, signal openness to working with Biden | 17 Sept 2020 | Senate Republicans [certain deep-state scum-bags] are signaling they are open to cutting deals with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden if he wins the White House in November. GOP senators -- adding the caveat that they are supportive of President Trump -- say there is room for agreement with a Biden administration, particularly on areas like trade or immigration, if they hold on to the Senate majority in November... Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he would be willing to try to help Biden cut legislative deals, though he questioned if Democrats, who are expected to keep control of the House, would go along. "It's hard to project what the attitudes would be in the House, but I would try to help him," Graham said. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who would chair the Senate Judiciary Committee if Republicans hold on to the majority, pointed to energy, agriculture and trade as areas where he thought the two parties could reach agreements. 

Big Ten revives fall football in Trump-backed turnaround

Big Ten revives fall football in Trump-backed turnaround | 16 Sept 2020 | The Big Ten Conference will play football this fall, after the organization's chancellors and presidents approved a reversal of their recent decision to postpone the season because of the coronavirus pandemic. Wednesday's revival delivers a victory for President Donald Trump, who has demanded sports resume in an athletic conference that represents several swing states ahead of Election Day. The president has even intervened with calls to the Big Ten's commissioner. Conference presidents and chancellors voted unanimously to resume the football season starting the weekend of Oct. 23. Now the president is setting his sights on the western United States and the Pac-12 Conference, the last major college sports organization to hold out of playing a fall season. "Open up, Pac-12. Get going," Trump said Wednesday, after the president crowed on Twitter over the Midwest's planned return to competition. "I said the same thing to the Big Ten and they did. And now I'm saying it to (the) Pac-12. You have time, you really have time right now. Get going."

400-plus Michigan military and overseas ballots list wrong running mate for Trump

400-plus Michigan military and overseas ballots list wrong running mate for Trump | 16 Sept 2020 | More than 400 Michigan military and overseas ballots were downloaded from a state database Tuesday with the incorrect running mate for President Donald Trump, listing a Libertarian candidate in the place of Vice President Mike Pence. It's not clear how many of the more than 400 ballots were actually sent to voters before the error was discovered and corrected, according to Tracy Wimmer, spokeswoman for Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson. The error occurred with ballots meant to be mailed or emailed to Michigan residents living abroad under the Military and Overseas Empowerment (MOVE) Act... A copy of the ballot mistake shows Jeremy Cohen, Jo Jorgenson's Libertarian running mate, listed in the place of Pence under Trump.

Hurricane Sally's deluge: Part of Pensacola bridge collapses amid 30 inches of rain; 'catastrophic flooding' in Alabama, Florida

Hurricane Sally's deluge: Part of Pensacola bridge collapses amid 30 inches of rain; 'catastrophic flooding' in Alabama, Florida | 16 Sept 2020 | Part of a bridge collapsed in Pensacola as 30 inches of rain and storm surge turned streets into white-capped rivers Wednesday after Hurricane Sally lurched ashore the Gulf Coast. Though downgraded to a tropical storm by Wednesday afternoon, Sally's strong winds battered Alabama and Florida as the center moved over the Panhandle. In Pensacola, Florida, a section of the Pensacola Bay Bridge collapsed, and downtown was largely underwater. Flooding as the slow storm dumped intense rains has proven to be Sally's most serious danger: "Historic and catastrophic flooding, including widespread moderate to major river flooding, is unfolding," forecasters say.

Kamala Harris 'accidentally' refers to 'Harris administration' during roundtable

Kamala Harris 'accidentally' refers to 'Harris administration' during roundtable | 15 Sept 2020 | Not so fast, Kamala Harris. The vice presidential candidate got a bit ahead of herself when she referred to the "Harris administration," while discussing economic plans during a virtual roundtable. "A Harris administration, together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States," she said Saturday before correcting her apparent Freudian slip. "The Biden-Harris administration will provide access to $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments from minority business owners," the California senator continued.

Pennsylvania Will Accept Mail-in Ballots Whose Signatures Don't Match

Pennsylvania Will Accept Mail-in Ballots Whose Signatures Don't Match | 16 Sept 2020 | Remember the Democratic firm that said Donald Trump could have a huge lead on election night that will end with Joe Biden beating him due to mail-in ballots? Well, Pennsylvania just made that scheme easier by trashing the voter signature provision. Counties in the Keystone State were told they can't reject a ballot over an election official's objections regarding signatures. Sounds like it's a situation that is ripe for fraud. Via AP: With concerns rising in Pennsylvania that tens of thousands of mail-in ballots will be discarded in the presidential election over technicalities, officials in the presidential battleground told counties they aren't allowed to reject a ballot solely because an election official believes a signature doesn’t match the one in the voter's file. The new guidance from Pennsylvania’s Department of State -- that state law does not allow counties to set aside mail-in ballots based on their signature analysis -- prompted the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania and the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh to drop a lawsuit in federal court Monday.

Hosting Netanyahu, Trump says 5-6 more countries ready to make peace with Israel

Hosting Netanyahu, Trump says 5-6 more countries ready to make peace with Israel --'Frankly we could have had them here today,' he says, shortly before Israel-UAE-Bahrain signing ceremony | 15 Sept 2020 | President Donald Trump on Tuesday said five or six more countries are ready to make peace with Israel. Hosting Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House, shortly before the signing of the Abraham Accords between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, Trump said, "We're very far down the road with about five additional countries... Frankly, I think we could have had them here today." "We'll have at least five or six countries coming along very quickly... They want to see peace. They've been fighting for a long time... They're warring countries but they're tired of fighting... You're going to see a lot of very great activity. It's going to be peace in the Middle East." He assessed that "most of the countries... in the Middle East want to sign this deal."

'Ivermectin can kill COVID-19 within 48 hours', Monash University study finds

'Ivermectin can kill COVID-19 within 48 hours', Monash University study finds | 21 April 2020 | A collaborative study led by Australia's Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) with the Peter Doherty Institute of Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute), a joint venture of the University of Melbourne and Royal Melbourne Hospital, has shown that an anti-parasitic drug already available around the world kills the virus within 48 hours. The Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute's Dr Kylie Wagstaff, who led the study, said the scientists showed that the drug, ivermectin, stopped the SARS-CoV-2 virus growing in cell culture within 48 hours. "We found that even a single dose could essentially remove all viral RNA by 48 hours and that even at 24 hours there was a really significant reduction in it," Dr Wagstaff said. "Ivermectin is very widely used and seen as a safe drug. We need to figure out now whether the dosage you can use it at in humans will be effective -- that's the next step," Dr Wagstaff noted.

Over 1600 New Jersey Primary Ballots Found in Bin Months Later

Over 1600 New Jersey Primary Ballots Found in Bin Months Later | 15 Sept 2020 | Over 1,600 ballots from New Jersey's July primary were discovered in a bin last Thursday, and were finally counted by officials. According to The New Jersey Herald, 1,666 ballots from Sussex County were found in a "mislabelled" bin in a "secure area" at the office for the Board of Elections on Thursday, despite the primary occurring back on July 7th. The office for New Jersey’s Attorney General was swiftly informed, and the remaining votes were then added to the official tally. Marge McCabe, the Board of Elections Administrator, said that the votes "did not change the outcome of any Sussex County primary election in any race for any office, Republican or Democrat." The statement claimed that "the Board of Elections is confident that all ballots received have been processed and the security of all the ballots has remained in place."

Read: Full text of the Abraham Accords and agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates/Bahrain

Read: Full text of the Abraham Accords and agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates/Bahrain | 15 Sept 2020 | Updated 6:20 PM ET, Tue September 15, 2020 --President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday joined the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain at the White House to mark historic normalization agreements between Israel and the two Arab countries. Read the Abraham accords and normalization agreements here.

Breonna Taylor's family settles with City of Louisville for $12 million, significant police reform

Breonna Taylor's family settles with City of Louisville for $12 million, significant police reform --12 reform measures part of historic agreement | 15 Sept 2020 | The family of Breonna Taylor and the City of Louisville have reached a $12 million settlement, Mayor Greg Fischer announced Tuesday. The settlement is the largest ever paid by the city in an officer-involved shooting case. Taylor, 26, was shot dead when Louisville Metro Police Department officers served a narcotics warrant at her home on March 13. The settlement also makes history by including an unprecedented list of police reforms that LMPD now will be required to implement.

Lancaster protesters held on whopping $1 million bail each on riot charges

Lancaster protesters held on whopping $1 million bail each on riot charges | 15 Sept 2020 | A Pennsylvania judge threw the book at several protesters accused of rioting -- by setting their bail at $1 million each -- in the wake of the police shooting of a knife-wielding Lancaster man. Lancaster police nabbed a dozen people and one juvenile for staging the riots around 3 a.m. Monday in clashes that culminated in police deploying tear gas at the crowd. The overnight violence came on the heels of the death of Ricardo Munoz, the mentally ill 27-year-old who was seen on bodycam footage charging with a knife in hand at a cop. The officer shot and killed Munoz Sunday afternoon outside his mother's house in downtown Lancaster. The mob marched from the scene of the shooting on Laurel Street to the police station, chucking glass bottles, rocks, bricks, gallon jugs filled with liquid and plastic road barricades at cops, police said.

At Least 27 Phones from Special Counsel's Office Were Wiped before DOJ Inspector General Could Review Them

At Least 27 Phones from Special Counsel's Office Were Wiped before DOJ Inspector General Could Review Them | 10 Sept 2020 | More than two dozen phones belonging to members of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team were wiped clean of data before the Justice Department's inspector general could comb them for records, the DOJ said in records released Thursday. At least 27 cell phones were wiped of data before the DOJ inspector general could review them, some reset to factory settings and some wiped "accidentally" after the wrong password was entered too many times, according to 87 pages of DOJ records regarding the phones issued to members of the special counsel's office. Including mobile phones that were "reassigned," the Special Counsel’s office wiped a total of 31 phones.

Man charged with arson in connection to Oregon wildfire

Man charged with arson in connection to Oregon wildfire | 12 Sept 2020 | An Oregon man was charged with arson in connection to a raging wildfire that destroyed hundreds of homes, one of the blazes gripping the West Coast with death and devastation. Michael Jarrod Bakkela, 41, was jailed on two charges of arson, 15 counts of criminal mischief and 14 counts of reckless endangering for a fire that was set Tuesday in the Phoenix area in southern Oregon. The fire merged with the raging Almeda Fire, and there is "significant damage" that police are attributing to the fire allegedly set by Bakkela, Jackson County Sheriff's Office public information officer Mike Moran told ABC News.

Oops: Kamala Harris refers to 'Harris administration together with Joe Biden'

Oops: Kamala Harris refers to 'Harris administration together with Joe Biden' --Vice presidential candidate 'lets truth slip,' says Trump campaign | 15 Sept 2020 | Sen. Kamala Harris, California Democrat, has another way of describing a Biden administration if the Democratic ticket prevails in November: "a Harris administration together with Joe Biden." In a Saturday video address, Ms. Harris made what was either a misstatement or a Freudian slip by referring to a potential "Harris administration." "A Harris administration together with Joe Biden as the President of the United States, the Biden-Harris administration, will provide access to $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments for minority business owners," she said in the five-minute statement to a small-business roundtable.

5 named storms roil Atlantic Basin at once for first time since 1971

5 named storms roil Atlantic Basin at once for first time since 1971 --That's in addition to Tropical Storm Karina in the Pacific Ocean | 15 Sept 2020 | There were five named storms churning in the Atlantic Basin Monday for the first time in decades, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). They were Hurricane Sally, which is threatening the north Gulf Coast, as well as Paulette, Rene, Teddy and Vicky. Rene dissipated early Monday evening, but the others were still churning offshore Tuesday afternoon. And another named storm, Tropical Storm Karina, was whipping up the seas southwest of Baja California in the Pacific Ocean.

The peace treaties between the UAE, Bahrain and Israel are signed

The peace treaties between the UAE, Bahrain and Israel are signed --Netanyahu: 'Treaty could end Arab-Israel conflict once and for all' | 15 Sept 2020 | Marking the "dawn of a new Middle East", Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed on Tuesday historic and groundbreaking normalization agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the third and fourth ever between Israel and Arab states. "This is an incredible day for the world," said US President Donald Trump at the start of the ceremony. The courage of the Israeli and Arab leaders has enabled these countries "to take a major stride toward a future where people of all faiths live together in peace and prosperity," Trump said...Among the details Israeli officials divulged before the signing ceremony were that the agreements would not go into effect until the Israeli cabinet ratified them, and UAE officials said there would be references to a two-state solution. The president added that the Abraham Accords - as he has called them - open the door for Muslim, Jews and Christians "to live together, pray together and dream together." He emphasized that Muslims from around the world would be to visit the holy sites in Israel, including the Al Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

Federal Court Rules Pennsylvania's Lockdown Order Unconstitutional

Federal Court Rules Pennsylvania's Lockdown Order Unconstitutional --Population-wide lockdown orders are "such a dramatic inversion of the concept of liberty in a free society as to be nearly presumptively unconstitutional" wrote U.S. District Judge William Stickman IV | 14 Sept 2020 | A federal judge on Monday has ruled that lockdown restrictions imposed by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D), including a ban on large gatherings and the closure of "non-life sustaining businesses," are unconstitutional... In May, Wolf and Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Rachel Levine were sued by a coalition of counties, federal and state elected representatives, and several small businesses over the state's coronavirus restrictions. The restrictions included a shelter-in-place order requiring people to stay in their homes, a closure of all "non-life-sustaining" businesses, and bans on gatherings of more than 25 people indoors, or 250 people for outdoor gatherings.

Chinese virologist: China's government 'intentionally' released COVID-19

Chinese virologist: China's government 'intentionally' released COVID-19 --'I work[ed] in the WHO reference lab which is the top coronavirus lab in the world' | 15 Sept 2020 | The Chinese government intentionally manufactured and released the COVID-19 virus that led to mass shutdowns and deaths across the world, a top virologist and whistleblower told Fox News host Tucker Carlson Tuesday. Carlson specifically asked Dr. Li-Meng Yan whether she believed the Chinese communist party released the virus "on purpose." "Yes, of course, it's intentionally," she responded on Tucker Carlson Tonight." Yan said more evidence would be released but pointed to her own high-ranking position at a World Health Organization reference lab as a reason to trust her allegation. "I work[ed] in the WHO reference lab which is the top coronavirus lab in the world, in the University of Hong Kong. And the thing is I get deeply into such investigation in secret from the early beginning of this outbreak. I had my intelligence because I also get my own unit network in China, involved [in] the hospital...also I work with the top corona[virus] virologist in the world," she said. "So, together with my experience, I can tell you, this is created in the lab...and also, it is spread to the world to make such damage."

U. Chicago English Dept. says it will only admit 'Black Studies' grad students this year

U. Chicago English Dept. says it will only admit 'Black Studies' grad students this year --The department cited the Black Lives Matter movement in its reasoning. | 15 Sept 2020 | University of Chicago English Department graduate programs will only be open to applicants who plan to study "Black Studies" this year. According to its admissions information webpage, the department is only accepting graduate applications from those who are "interested in working in and with Black Studies" for this academic year. "For the 2020-2021 graduate admissions cycle, the University of Chicago English Department is accepting only applicants interested in working in and with Black Studies," the university's English Department website states. The university introduced this information by proclaiming "that Black Lives Matter, and that the lives of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and Rayshard Brooks matter, as do thousands of others named and unnamed who have been subject to police violence."

Smoke from West Coast wildfires reaches New York City

Smoke from West Coast wildfires reaches New York City --The main sign of the smoke along with the haze would be a 'yellow or brown tinge' in the sky, the National Weather Service's New York office said. | 15 Sept 2020 | Smoke from the wildfires [Directed Energy Weapons-induced fires] devastating much of the West Coast reached the Big Apple Tuesday — but the haze is so high in the sky, it should not affect air quality. "Widespread haze is likely today in NYC, as a plume of wildfire smoke from Western US wildfires moves overhead," New York Metro Weather tweeted. "The smoke will remain elevated between 15,000 and 20,000 feet above our heads," the forecasting service said, stressing that meant that "ground-level air quality effects will be limited." The smoke reaching the city is one of two separate swaths blowing across the US from the devastating wildfires across the West Coast, CNN noted.

California Man Arrested for Firebombing Republican Women's Headquarters After Being Caught on Camera

California Man Arrested for Firebombing Republican Women's Headquarters After Being Caught on Camera | 12 Sept 2020 | A man has been arrested for a firebomb attack on the East Valley Republican Women federated offices in La Quinta, California, that took place in May, with authorities apprehending 23-year-old Carlos Espiru for the incident. Espiru can be seen allegedly striking the Republican office's windows with a baseball bat and shattering them before deploying an incendiary devices against the offices in surveillance camera footage of the crime... The Riverside County Sheriff's Offices confirmed that an arrest had been made in the arson attack on Thursday.

US to loosen restrictions for humanitarian workers traveling to North Korea

US to loosen restrictions for humanitarian workers traveling to North Korea --A new, proposed amendment will allow American humanitarian workers multiple-entry special validation passports | 14 Sept 2020 | The U.S. has taken tentative steps to make it easier for American humanitarian workers to visit North Korea, according to legislative amendments recently filed to the Federal Register for approval. The proposed changes would mean that American citizens who seek to visit the DPRK for humanitarian purposes would no longer need to apply for special authorization before each trip. The U.S. has had an active "geographical travel restriction" prohibiting citizens from using their passports for travel to or within North Korea since Sept. 2017, but four categories of visitors were allowed to apply for an exemption to the rule.

Sewage from US Embassy, NATO headquarters dumped into Kabul River due to aging infrastructure

Sewage from US Embassy, NATO headquarters dumped into Kabul River due to aging infrastructure | 12 Sept 2020 | Raw sewage pours into the fetid waters of Kabul River each day, including some of what comes from the U.S. Embassy and the military headquarters for Resolute Support NATO. The only public facility in Kabul for sewage treatment hasn’t worked for almost two years because of poor maintenance, leading to untreated wastewater being dumped into the river and endangering the health of thousands of families, Afghan officials said. At least 21,000 gallons of raw sewage from portable toilets at the U.S. Embassy are unloaded each month at the aging Makroyan Waste Water Treatment Plant, which pipes the untreated sewage into the river, according to Afghan officials and a representative for the contractor Oryx-Afghanistan, who handles waste for the compound.

Republican lawmaker and woman fined for violating travel order are suing Gov. Ned Lamont, challenging his state of emergency powers

It's about time: Republican lawmaker and woman fined for violating travel order are suing Gov. Ned Lamont, challenging his state of emergency powers | 14 Sept 2020 | A Republican lawmaker is suing Gov. Ned Lamont saying that continuing the public health emergency during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is "completely meritless" because the state is not facing a "major disaster." The lawsuit challenging Lamont's emergency powers was filed was by state Rep. Mike France, a Republican from Ledyard, along with several small businesses and Audrey Hussey, a resident who was fined for violating the state's travel restriction order. The suit, filed Friday in Superior Court in Hartford, asks a judge to vacate Lamont's civil preparedness orders and executive orders and prevent the governor from filing similar declarations again if he does not meet the criteria laid out in state statute. Lamont first declared a state of emergency on March 10 and on Sept. 1 he extended it to Feb. 9, 2021. The lawsuit, which names Lamont as the sole defendant, alleges that the conditions outlined by statute were not present when Lamont declared a civil preparedness emergency. The legislature also did not approve Lamont issuing a public health emergency.

Purdue University considers failure to social distance 'in the same category' as drug dealing

Purdue University considers failure to social distance 'in the same category' as drug dealing --Purdue University announced that students who violate coronavirus policies are 'in the same category' as academic dishonesty and drug possession. | 11 Sept 2020 | Purdue University now considers failure to wash hands, properly social distance, and getting a flu vaccination equally as severe and "in the same category" as academic dishonesty, drug distribution, and destruction of university property. On August 19, Purdue University announced that students found violating the Protect Purdue Pledge would be subject to disciplinary action under the same guidelines as hazing and drug use. Additionally, hosting or attending a party could get students suspended or expelled.

'We Hope They Die!' - BLM Protesters Celebrate Shooting of Two LA County Deputies, Block Hospital Entrances

'We Hope They Die!' - BLM Protesters Celebrate Shooting of Two LA County Deputies, Block Hospital Entrances | 13 Sept 2020 | Late Saturday night, news broke that an unidentified gunman ambushed and shot two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies while they sat in their patrol vehicle. The deputies were taken to a nearby hospital and their condition is unknown. Late Saturday night they were reportedly "fighting for their lives," having been shot in the head. Overnight, things took an even darker turn. Black Lives Matter protesters made it clear that to them the deputies' lives do not matter, nor do the lives of anyone in the hospital where the deputies are being cared for. They aligned with the cowardly gunman, celebrating the shooting. The BLM protesters gathered at the hospital and chanted "We hope they die!" They also blocked entrances to the hospital emergency room, according to the LA County Sheriffs' social media. As they blocked the hospital emergency room, the protesters screamed profanities at law enforcement officers and told them they would be killed one by one.

'We don't want your poison': Activists Respond With Dismay to Conn. Governor's Call to Test COVID-19 Vaccine on Blacks First

'We don't want your poison': Activists Respond With Dismay to Conn. Governor's Call to Test COVID-19 Vaccine on Blacks First | 13 Sept 2020 | Shortly after Gov. Ned Lamont (D-Dirt-Bag) said he needed the state's Black churches to support a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available, state Sen. Douglas McCrory posed a question on his Facebook page. "Governor Lamont just mentioned he was going to work with the Black churches to encourage the use of a vaccine for COVID-19. What do you think about that?" McCrory asked. Within minutes, McCrory, a Democrat from Hartford, was deluged with responses, blasting Lamont and the notion of asking Black churches to take a lead on vaccinations. "I don't think I want to be a guinea pig," one comment read. "Don't do it! They are looking for people to be test subjects and who better than black people to take this poison!!!" stated another. Reggie Hatchett, 42, a community activist and basketball coach who lives in the North End of Hartford, responded that African-Americans are "the target market, with the emphasis on 'target.'" ..."Don't bring that [vaccine] here. Don't bring that to the Black churches," said Sophia Taylor-Edwards of Hartford. "...We don't want your poison. You bring your poison someplace else." [Omg. Where's Black Lives Matter? This is straight up racism by Governor Ned Lamont, already complicit in murdering thousands of senior citizens in Connecticut nursing homes. NO ONE wants the deadly Gates/Fauci COVID-19 vaccine.]

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