Citizens for Legitimate Government

Deep State Truth

CLG Breaking News and Commentary

Click here!

Contribute to CLG

Subscribe to Syndicate

Dow futures drop over 1,000 points as oil plunges 30%

Dow futures drop over 1,000 points as oil plunges 30% --At one point, the stock fall triggered a halt in trading after a 5 percent drop. | 08 March 2020 | Dow futures fell 1,200 points to start the week, oil plunged 30 percent as the coronavirus spreads and quarantine measures are taken. The major futures indexes are indicating a drop of almost 5 percent when trading begins on Wall Street. At one point, the stock fall triggered a halt in trading after a 5 percent drop. Asian stock markets plunged Monday after global oil prices nosedived on worries a global economy weakened by a virus outbreak might be awash in too much crude.

Ted Cruz in self-quarantine after interacting with coronavirus patient at CPAC

Ted Cruz in self-quarantine after interacting with coronavirus patient at CPAC | 08 March 2020 | Texas Sen. Ted Cruz announced Sunday evening that he will undergo self-quarantine this week at his Texas home because he interacted with a person at the Conservative Political Action Conference who has tested positive for coronavirus. Cruz said on Twitter that he had only a brief conversation and shook hands with the person. The interaction took place 10 days ago, he said. Maryland officials warned Saturday that the person who attended the recent conference in the suburb of Oxon Hill had tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence spoke at CPAC. White House officials said Saturday that there was no indication either had met or were in "close proximity" to the infected person. Cruz said that he isn't experiencing symptoms that are associated with the virus and that medical officials have told him the odds are low that the person passed the virus to him.

Pharmaceutical Companies to Infect Volunteers With Coronavirus for $4,500

Pharmaceutical Companies to Infect Volunteers With Coronavirus for $4,500 | 08 March 2020 | Pharmaceutical companies expect to soon begin paying "human guinea pigs" £3,500 (upwards of $4,500) to be infected with the coronavirus in a race to discover a vaccine for the disease, The Times reports. More than 20 firms and public sector organizations are taking part in a global experiment to infect up to 24 people at a time in the hope of finding a vaccine for Covid-19 that can be used by next winter. With co-funding from Chinese pharmaceuticals firms, the United Kingdom-based Hvivo Company, a filial of Open Orphan, has sought permission from the British Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency to begin testing on humans. The paid volunteers will be infected with two milder strains of coronavirus, 0C43 and 229E, and then kept in quarantine at Hvivo's laboratory at Queen Mary BioEnterprises Innovation Centre in east London, according to The Times.

Neocon Nikki Haley Supports Hand-Picked Loeffler Over Trump's Choice in U.S. Senate Race for Georgia

Neocon Nikki Haley Supports Hand-Picked Loeffler Over Trump's Choice in U.S. Senate Race for Georgia | 04 March 2020 | Former South Carolina Governor [deep-state troll] Nikki Haley has chosen Sen. Kelly Loeffler, who was hand-picked by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp for the position, as her preferred candidate over the man who Trump wanted in the position, Rep. Doug Collins. Haley hopes that her endorsement can help Loeffler overtake Collins in the polls. He is currently polling at 21 percent, according to a poll conducted by University of Georgia's School of Public and International Affairs. Loeffler is polling at 19 percent, and Democrat Matt Lieberman, son of former Sen. Joe Lieberman [the original deep-state dirt-bag], is polling at 11 percent, with a third of voters still undecided. There will be no Republican primary election between Collins and Loeffler, and there will instead be a "jungle" election in November that will ultimately determine the next Senator.

OUCH: Team Biden Immediately Disavows Endorsement From Disgraced FBI Spook James Comey

OUCH: Team Biden Immediately Disavows Endorsement From Disgraced FBI Spook James Comey --Comey is hated by Republicans and Democrats alike. [True dat.] | 03 March 2020 | Immediately after disgraced former FBI director [deep-state dirt-bag] James Comey announced his endorsement of former Vice President Joe Biden to receive the Democrat presidential nomination, Team Biden clapped back immediately with a denunciation of the endorsement. Comey wrote in a tweet: "Voted in first Dem primary to support party dedicated to restoring values in WH. I agree with [Amy Klobuchar]: We need candidate who cares about all Americans and will restore decency, dignity to the office. There is a reason Trump fears [Joe Biden] and roots for Bernie. #Biden2020" "Yes, customer service? I just received a package that I very much did not order. How can I return it, free of charge?" responded Andrew Bates, who works as Director of Rapid Response for the Biden campaign.

US coronavirus cases top 400 as growing number of states declare emergencies

US coronavirus cases top 400 as growing number of states declare emergencies --New York has declared a state of emergency as cases statewide climb to at least 89. --Washington, D.C. has identified its first presumptive case. --Italy is preparing to lock down the Lombardy region, which includes the nation's financial hub, Milan. --A hotel used as a coronavirus quarantine collapsed in China, leaving dozens trapped in the rubble. | 08 March 2020 | Updates: Total cases worldwide: More than 105,000, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Total deaths worldwide: At least 3,558, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Total U.S. cases: At least 434, according to data compiled by NBC News. Total U.S. deaths: At least 19, according to data compiled by NBC News.

Doctor at Bridgeport Hospital tests positive for coronavirus, the second case linked to Connecticut

Doctor at Bridgeport Hospital tests positive for coronavirus, the second case linked to Connecticut | 07 March 2020 | Gov. Ned Lamont announced late Saturday morning that a Bridgeport Hospital-affiliated doctor has coronavirus, the second time in two days that a New York state resident working at a Connecticut hospital has tested positive for the virus. "This most recent case of another New York resident who works in Connecticut testing positive for COVID-19 shows us what we already know -- coronavirus is here, and viruses don’t stop at state borders," Lamont said in a statement... The doctor showed no symptoms of the virus and didn't feel ill at the time, and therefore wasn't contagious, hospital President Anne Diamond said at a press conference Saturday afternoon.

Coronavirus patient attended same conservative political conference as Trump, other high-profile Republicans

Coronavirus patient attended same conservative political conference as Trump, other high-profile Republicans | 07 March 2020 | Maryland officials on Saturday reported that a patient who has tested positive for the new coronavirus attended the recent Conservative Political Action Conference in the state's Washington suburbs, a major political event attended by big-name conservative politicians -- including President Donald Trump. The Maryland Department of Health was notified of the patient's attendance at the event, held in National Harbor in Prince George's County between Feb. 27 and March 1, by the New Jersey Department of Health, said Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's office in a statement. Trump, a Republican, was a speaker at the event, which was also attended by Vice President Mike Pence.

Illinois court rejects Jussie Smollett's attempt to throw out charges that he 'lied to police' about a 'staged' racist and homophobic attack in Chicago

Illinois court rejects Jussie Smollett's attempt to throw out charges that he 'lied to police' about a 'staged' racist and homophobic attack in Chicago --Smollett faces six counts of disorderly conduct following an investigation into the alleged phony attack he told police took place in January 2019 | 08 March 2020 | The Illinois Supreme Court has rejected former 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett's request to throw out charges against him, accusing him of staging a racist, homophobic attack against himself. The court's decision was revealed Friday. In addition to refusing to throw out the charges against Smollett, the court also rejected the actor's effort to remove the special prosecutor in the case.

CPAC Attendee Diagnosed With Coronavirus

CPAC Attendee Diagnosed With Coronavirus | 07 March 2020 | An attendee of the conservative conference CPAC was diagnosed Saturday with coronavirus, said the conference organizer, American Conservative Union. The attendee did not come in contact with President Trump or Vice President Pence, the ACU said... The ACU said it has been in contact with the state of Maryland Health Department and would "explicitly follow the guidance from government health experts."

Coronavirus updates: US death toll hits 19, Italy confirms lockdown

Coronavirus updates: US death toll hits 19, Italy confirms lockdown --The death toll in the US has reached 19. Italy is putting a region-wide quarantine in Lombardy. | 08 March 2020 | --Italy puts northern regions in quarantine --Latin America sees first death in Argentina --US death toll hits 19 --China sees fewer infections Updates in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC/GMT) 05:16 Italy has now closed cinemas, theaters, musuems across the country. This comes on top of placing a quarter of its population under strict quarantine. 04:21 Four people have died in the collapse of a hotel in Quanzhou, China. It was being used as a quarantine facility for individuals suspected of having coronavirus. Local media said 49 had already been rescued from the building which collapsed on Saturday.

Florida reports 2 dead from coronavirus, first known fatalities on East Coast

Florida reports 2 dead from coronavirus, first known fatalities on East Coast | 07 March 2020 | Two people in Florida who tested positive for the coronavirus died, becoming the first known fatalities outsides on the East Coast, health officials reported Friday. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an order on Sunday directing a public health emergency in the state after it recorded its first positive cases, but now two people, who were both in their 70s and had traveled overseas, have died, according to the Florida Department of Health. The announcement raises the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus strain to 16, including 13 in the state of Washington and one in California.

US Marine contracts coronavirus in Virginia, the first case in the state

US Marine contracts coronavirus in Virginia, the first case in the state | 07 March 2020 | A U.S. marine in Fort Belvoir, Va., tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus, Virginia health officials announced Saturday. According to Department of Defense spokesperson Jonathan Hoffman, the patient is currently being treated at Fort Belvoir Community Hospital. "The Marine recently returned from overseas where he was on official business. Secretary Esper and the White House have been briefed," Hoffman tweeted. The marine is the first service member serving domestically to contract the virus.

New York governor declares state of emergency over coronavirus

New York governor declares state of emergency over coronavirus | 07 March 2020 | Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) on Saturday declared a state of emergency in New York as officials seek to combat the spreading coronavirus. Officials have reported 76 cases of coronavirus in New York, including 10 people who are currently hospitalized, the governor said. The majority of the confirmed cases, 57, continue to be in Westchester County, with 11 cases in New York City and the rest spread across Nassau, Rockland and Saratoga counties.

Police-enforced quarantine hits Calif. residential block after man's coronavirus death

Police-enforced quarantine hits Calif. residential block after man's coronavirus death | 07 March 2020 | Sacramento County Sheriff deputies and Rocklin Police, some wearing protective gloves, converged on a residential street Thursday as a sheriff's helicopter circled overhead, ordering people to get inside... It was later learned that the first California coronavirus patient to die from the illness lived on this block. The Placer County Health Department issued a brief statement shortly after the police presence, stating: "Law enforcement partners are currently responding to enforce a health officer's order. We cannot share any additional information to protect patient confidentiality." The orders were given under sections of California Health and Safety Code that allows Placer Health to "enforce regulations requiring strict isolation, or quarantine if the action is necessary for the protection of the public health."

Coronavirus update: 8 more COVID-19 cases in Santa Clara County, officials say

Coronavirus update: 8 more COVID-19 cases in Santa Clara County, officials say | 07 March 2020 | The outbreak of novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across Northern California. There are confirmed cases in all nine Bay Area counties and California's first COVID-19 related death was a Placer County man who was a passenger on a cruise out of San Francisco. Local emergencies related to coronavirus have been declared in Solano, San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Marin, Sonoma, and Alameda counties.

House prepares for telework scenarios amid coronavirus threat

House prepares for telework scenarios amid coronavirus threat | 06 March 2020 | A memo regarding congressional operations and the coronavirus threat sent to all House offices by the House Administration Committee on Friday signals the House is seriously preparing for scenarios where staff may have to telework “in light of the unique and unusual circumstances presented by the coronavirus." The memo obtained by Fox News indicates House offices may allocate unused funds to purchase telework equipment, such as computers and additional phones. On March 9, the House will set up a special center to prepare the infrastructure for telework scenarios.

Pence says 21 people on cruise ship off California tested positive for coronavirus

Pence says 21 people on cruise ship off California tested positive for coronavirus | 06 March 2020 | Vice President Pence said Friday that 21 individuals on a cruise ship off the coast of California tested positive for the coronavirus and that the Trump administration would bring the passengers stateside this weekend. The cruise ship will be brought into a noncommercial port. Passengers will be tested for the coronavirus and then officials will quarantine and offer medical attention to those who need it. The vice president said 46 people aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship were tested for the virus. Of the 21 who tested positive, 19 are crewmembers and two are passengers, Pence said. He said 24 tests came back negative and one inconclusive.

University of Washington suspends in-person classes and exams amid coronavirus outbreak

University of Washington suspends in-person classes and exams amid coronavirus outbreak | 06 March 2020 | The University of Washington is suspending in-person classes starting Monday as the Seattle region grapples with an outbreak of COVID-19. It is the first American university to shut down in response to the novel coronavirus, which has been spreading in Washington for weeks. Health officials this week recommended "social distancing" to prevent the virus from spreading further. They asked employers to encourage employees to work from home when possible, advice that Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and other companies in Seattle have heeded. UW classes will be conducted online for the rest of the quarter, which ends March 20.

Trump Announces Rep. Mark Meadows Replacing Mick Mulvaney as WH Chief of Staff

Breaking: Trump Announces Rep. Mark Meadows Replacing Mick Mulvaney as WH Chief of Staff | 06 March 2020 | President Donald Trump announced Friday night that he has chosen Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) -- a staunch ally in the House-- to be his new White House Chief of Staff. After John Kelly left the White House at the end of 2018, Mick Mulvaney took over that position in an acting capacity. [Trump said on twitter that Mick Mulvaney will become the United States Special Envoy for Northern Ireland.]

'We Love Them': Trump Tours and Consoles Tornado-Ravaged Tennessee

'We Love Them': Trump Tours and Consoles Tornado-Ravaged Tennessee | 06 March 2020 | President Trump touched down Friday in Tennessee, where residents are still sorting through wreckage and seeking to rebuild after a series of deadly tornadoes blew through the state earlier this week. The president landed in Nashville and from there departed by helicopter for Cookeville, in Putnam County, where 18 residents died and dozens more were injured in the destruction Tuesday. All told across the state, authorities say at least 24 people died in the storms. "I have a message for the families of those that lost their lives: We love them. They're special people. It's an incredible place -- incredible state, tremendous heart," Trump told a news conference Friday in Cookeville, in front of the wreckage of a home. "Already you see people rebuilding."

Job growth smashes expectations for February as unemployment falls back to 3.5%

Job growth smashes expectations for February as unemployment falls back to 3.5% --Nonfarm payrolls rose by 273,000 in February vs. a 175,000 estimate | 06 March 2020 | Nonfarm payrolls grew far more than expected in February as companies continued to hire leading into a growing coronavirus scare. The Labor Department reported Friday that the U.S. economy added 273,000 new jobs during the month, while the unemployment rate was 3.5%, matching its lowest level in more than 50 years... The January and February gains tied for best month since May 2018.

Hawley pushes for censure of Democratic leader Schumer after Supreme Court comments

Hawley pushes for censure of Democratic leader Schumer after Supreme Court comments | 05 March 2020 | Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley introduced a resolution Thursday to censure Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer after the New York Democrat warned two Supreme Court Justices they would "pay the price" if they voted against abortion rights in a major case pending before the court. Schumer's remarks have been widely criticized, but it's unclear whether Senate GOP leadership will support Hawley's effort to censure the Democratic leader or allow it a vote on the floor. Censure serves as an official condemnation of a lawmaker, but it would not remove Schumer from office. Schumer referred by name Wednesday to Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh -- the two justices the Senate has confirmed since President Donald Trump took office -- while speaking at an abortion rights rally outside the Supreme Court.

Coronavirus in Minnesota: state confirms first presumptive case of COVID-19

Coronavirus in Minnesota: state confirms first presumptive case of COVID-19 | 06 March 2020 | There is one confirmed presumptive case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state of Minnesota. The person in the case is an older adult Ramsey County resident who traveled on a cruise ship that had a known COVID-19 case. The person began to develop symptoms on Feb. 25, the state confirmed. The patient was said to be in isolation at home and recovering. The Minnesota Department of Health said they were still awaiting confirmation from the CDC, but that "health officials consider the presumptive results actionable."

Gov. Lamont says Connecticut's first coronavirus case is in Danbury

Gov. Lamont says Connecticut's first coronavirus case is in Danbury | 06 March 2020 | State officials say Connecticut's first case of the coronavirus is in Danbury. The person who has tested positive for the virus is not a resident of Connecticut, but is an employee of Danbury Hospital and Norwalk Hospital who lives in New York state. Gov. Ned Lamont (D) and top state health officials have been expecting a coronavirus case any day. New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Jersey have reported cases, with nearly 300 identified nationwide.

New standards eliminate Tulsi Gabbard from next Democratic debate

DNC again changes rules, rigging process: New standards eliminate Tulsi Gabbard from next Democratic debate | 06 March 2020 | The Democratic National Committee (DNC) on Friday announced new qualifying standards for the upcoming Arizona debate that will leave only the top two contenders on stage. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) did not meet the single qualifying factor: earning at least 20 percent of the delegates awarded as of March 15. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former Vice President Joe Biden are the only candidates who have qualified for the debate, which will be hosted by CNN and Univision on March 15 in Phoenix. Gabbard has not qualified for a debate since November under previous standards from the DNC.

President Trump signs $8.3B bill to combat coronavirus outbreak in US

President Trump signs $8.3B bill to combat coronavirus outbreak in US | 06 March 2020 | President Donald Trump on Friday signed an $8.3 billion measure to help tackle the coronavirus outbreak that has killed 12 people in the U.S. and infected more than 200. The legislation provides federal public health agencies with money for vaccines [because apparently, the pharmaceutical industry doesn't get enough welfare], tests and potential treatments and helps state and local governments prepare and respond to the threat... The Senate passed the $8.3 billion measure Thursday to help tackle the outbreak in hopes of reassuring a fearful public and accelerating the government's response to the virus. 

Trump campaign sues CNN over 'false and defamatory' statements, seeks millions in damages

Trump campaign sues CNN over 'false and defamatory' statements, seeks millions in damages | 06 March 2020 | President Trump's re-election campaign filed a libel lawsuit against CNN on Friday for publishing "false and defamatory" statements about seeking Russia's help in the 2020 election. "The complaint alleges CNN was aware of the falsity at the time it published them but did so for the intentional purpose of hurting the campaign while misleading its own readers in the process...the campaign filed this lawsuit against CNN and the preceding suits against The New York Times and The Washington Post to hold the publishers accountable for their reckless false reporting and also to establish the truth," Senior Legal Adviser to Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., Jenna Ellis told Fox News.

Virus is biological attack on China and Iran, Iranian civil defense chief claims

Virus is biological attack on China and Iran, Iranian civil defense chief claims --Brigadier general says analysis and 'certain news reports' point to the source of the virus being a hostile state 'with economic goals' | 04 March 2020 | The Head of Iran's Civil Defense Organization, Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali, said Tuesday that media fear-mongering over the new corornavirus and the spread of the disease in his country bolsters claims that the virus is a biological attack on China and Iran. The virus is known to have killed dozens and infected thousands in Iran. "A study of the consequences of the virus in terms of tolls or the extent of the epidemic and the type of media propaganda over this issue that is aimed at increasing fear and panic among people strengthens the speculations that a biological attack has been launched against China and Iran with economic goals," Jalali told Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency.

US coronavirus death toll rises to 12 amid news Seattle stadium worker tests positive

US coronavirus death toll rises to 12 amid news Seattle stadium worker tests positive | 05 March 2020 | The US coronavirus death toll rose to 12 on Thursday as another person in Washington State succumbed to the disease -- and officials announced a concessions vendor at the Seattle Seahawks stadium tested positive. King County health officials said the woman in her 90s died on Wednesday at EvergreenHealth in Kirkland, bringing the total number of deaths in the state to 11, with the twelfth in California. The elderly woman had been a resident of the Life Care Center nursing home in Kirkland. Nine of the dead were from the same nursing home, which is now under federal investigation to determine if it followed guidelines for preventing infections.

Pages

CLG is on Facebook and Twitter. Like and follow us!

Syndicate our feed: CLG RSS feed

Click here! to the CLG Newsletter!

Email a friend about this website.

Support CLG with your generous donations
Please send a donation. Thank you!

You don't need a PayPal account to make credit card donations through PayPal!

Click here to donate to CLG

Please mail a check or money order to the CLG:
Citizens for Legitimate Government (CLG)
P.O. Box 1142
Bristol, CT 06011-1142

Donations are not tax-deductible for federal income tax purposes.

CLG: Your source for Deep-State truth.
*****

'We want either a hammer or a fire, to break the spell or dissolve the ice.' Artisan radical freethinker, George Jacob Holyoake, Reasoner V (1848): 2.

CLG's Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. and Lori Price receive the Patrick Henry Think Tank's American Hero Award 02 Nov 2005 The Patrick Henry Democratic Club --A Think Tank working to give the government back to the people. "Give me liberty or give me death!"

HOME | CONTRIBUTE | CONTACT US

Copyright © 2000 - 2020, Citizens For Legitimate Government ® All rights reserved.

Subscribe to CLG News RSS