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'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."

Four charged for vandalizing Jackson statue near White House as Trump demands maximum punishment

Four charged for vandalizing Jackson statue near White House as Trump demands maximum punishment | 28 June 2020 | Four men filmed trying to tear down a statue of President Andrew Jackson have been charged with damaging federal property. President Trump earlier shared wanted posters related to the incident on Twitter. Of the four individuals identified by investigators, one has been arrested and brought before a DC court, while three others remain at large. Aged between 20 and 47, the protesters face between up to 10 years in prison for their alleged crimes.

Joe Biden says he would make masks required in public if president

Joe Biden says he would make masks required in public if president | 28 June 2020 | When asked if he would use his federal leverage to put a mask mandate in place for people in public across the US, former Vice President Joe Biden said he "would do everything" to make it a requirement. "The one thing we do know, these masks make a gigantic difference," Biden said. "I would insist that everybody on public be wearing that mask."

33K Floridians who took COVID-19 test may have incorrect results, AdventHealth says

33K Floridians who took COVID-19 test may have incorrect results, AdventHealth says | 19 May 2020 | Florida health care company AdventHealth said it's possible that as many as 33,000 Florida patients who took COVID-19 tests may have been told incorrect results, or received no results at all. AdventHealth said over the weekend that it terminated its contract with one of its third-party coronavirus testing labs because of the unreliable test results. Eight thousand of the 33,000 patients with unreliable test results were administered in AdventHealth's West Florida Division, which includes the Tampa Bay area. It is possible there were patients who tested negative but were in fact positive, and patients who tested positive who were actually negative.

 

 

One dead, one injured after gunfire erupts at Louisville Breonna Taylor protest

One dead, one injured after gunfire erupts at Louisville Breonna Taylor protest | 28 June 2020 | One man was killed and another person was injured on Saturday night after gunshots were fired at a park where demonstrators in Louisville, Kentucky, had gathered to protest racial injustice and the police killing of Breonna Taylor. The Louisville Metropolitan Police Department said it received reports of shots being fired at the Jefferson Square Park around 9 p.m. One man died on the scene after Sheriff's Department personnel attempted to perform life-saving measures, police said, adding that another shooting victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police said that officers cleared the park as part of its investigation into the shooting.

University of Tennessee makes Covid-19 vaccine shot mandatory for students when available

Shut this insanity down NOW: University of Tennessee makes Covid-19 vaccine shot mandatory for students when available | 28 June 2020 | The University of Tennessee has become the first one to require students and faculty to receive [deadly, rushed] vaccines for the flu and Covid-19 that is yet to be developed sparking "push back" from critics. The mandate was pushed through as an emergency rule by the university's Board of Trustees, with the promise that it will soon become a permanent requirement. There are medical and religious exemptions from the new rule, and students who only take online classes do not need to meet the requirement.

Tulsa Arena Management Sabotaged Trump Rally Attendance - Report

Tulsa Arena Management Sabotaged Trump Rally Attendance - Report | 28 June 2020 | An article published several days ago written by an anonymous attendee made the claim that the management for the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma sabotaged attendance for the campaign rally by President Trump held there last Saturday resulting in thousands of empty seats in the BOK Center and the cancellation of plans for Trump and Vice President Pence to speak to an expected overflow crowd of thousands on a stage set up just outside the arena before speaking at the rally inside. The fire marshal and arena management put attendance at just over 6,000 while the Trump campaign claimed 12,000 had cleared metal detectors. A June 25 report by Armstrong Economics claimed that early in the day on Saturday BOK Center staff had placed stickers on every other seat in the arena barring use thereby cutting in half the attendance of the 19,199 seat arena... The other allegations of sabotage made by the attended are that BOK Center temperature screeners were pulled off the job hours early, thereby making it impossible for rally attendees to get the green wristbands needed to advance to the Secret Service metal detectors for entry into the arena and the overflow stage area for the Trump and Pence speeches, and that cleared attendees were only allowed inside the arena in groups of one hundred at a time.

Tens of thousands of coronavirus tests have been double-counted, officials admit

Tens of thousands of coronavirus tests have been double-counted, officials admit --Two samples taken from the same patient are being recorded as two separate tests in the Government's official figures | 21 May 2020 | (UK) Tens of thousands of Covid-19 tests have been double-counted in the Government's official tally, public health officials have admitted. Diagnostic tests which involve taking saliva and nasal samples from the same patient are being counted as two tests, not one. The Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England each confirmed the double-counting. This inflates the daily reported diagnostic test numbers by over 20 per cent, with that proportion being much higher earlier on in the crisis before home test kits were added to the daily totals. Almost 350,000 more tests have been reported in Government data than people tested since the start of the pandemic.

Social Credit Score Is in America: Visa Blacklisted My Business and My Family for Building Gab

Social Credit Score Is in America: Visa Blacklisted My Business and My Family for Building Gab By Andrew Torba | 26 June 2020 | As many of you already know we learned last week that Visa blacklisted Gab and we are now unable to process credit and debit card transactions. We learned more information this week and I think it’s important that I share it as a warning for others. It's not just Gab that is blacklisted. It's also my family. In China there is something called the Social Credit System, which was developed by the Communist Chinese Party as a "national reputation system." This system tracks the "trustworthiness" of individuals, businesses, and organizations... If the Communist Party deems you to be untrustworthy, you are denied access to plane tickets, train tickets, opening and operating businesses, and more. To most Americans this sounds horrifying, and it is. I now know from first-hand experience because this social credit system exists in the United States. We were told this week that not only is Gab blacklisted by Visa as a business, but my personal name, phone number, address, and more are all also blacklisted by Visa. If I wanted to leave Gab tomorrow (something that isn't going to happen) and start a lemonade stand I wouldn’t be able to obtain merchant processing for it.

Orange County Democrats call for John Wayne Airport to be renamed

Orange County Democrats call for John Wayne Airport to be renamed | 27 June 2020 | Democratic officials in Orange County, Calif., are calling for John Wayne Airport to be renamed amid the resurfacing of comments the late Western movie star made decades ago. On Friday, the Democratic Party of Orange County passed a resolution condemning the Duke for "racist and bigoted statements" he made during an interview with "Playboy" in 1971, according to the Angeles Times. The resolution called for the Orange County Board of Supervisors to remove Wayne's name, statue, and other likenesses from the international airport and "restore its original name: Orange County Airport."

Princeton drops Woodrow Wilson's name from school due to 'racist thinking'

Princeton drops Woodrow Wilson's name from school due to 'racist thinking' | 27 June 2020 | Princeton University will remove former President Woodrow Wilson's name from its public policy school and a residential college, the school’s president announced Saturday. Christopher Eisgruber announced the institution's decision in a statement published on the school's website. He cited Wilson's "racist views and policies" as the main factor in the decision. The trustees voted Friday to remove the name of the public policy school, which will hence be known as The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, while the college will simply be called First College. The Wilson College was set to close in two years following the construction of two new residential colleges, but Eisgruber did not want to make students "identify with the name of a racist president" during that time.

Who Is Funding Black Lives Matter and Why? The Answer May Shock You

Who Is Funding Black Lives Matter and Why? The Answer May Shock You | 25 June 2020 | Black Lives Matter has been dominating the headlines for weeks and there has been a lot of speculation regarding the funding of this organization with many fingers quick to point at George Soros. So, did George Soros fund Black Lives Matter? Yes, he absolutely did and we share the details in this report. But George Soros is not the only source of funding for Black Lives Matter. In fact, Soros and his funding is just another spoke in the wheel of a massive, well financed and politically motivated campaign with the desired goal of transforming the world by destroying the current system of control, in order to roll out a new system of control. (Video posted by Spiro Skouras)

Oregon Emergency Bill Would Suspend Due Process Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Oregon Emergency Bill Would Suspend Due Process Amid COVID-19 Pandemic | 24 June 2020 | Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D) convened the Oregon legislature into emergency session on Wednesday, which is expected to last two or three days. The agenda has several bills, including HB 4212. That bill includes a clause written by Martha Walters, the chief justice of Oregon's Supreme Court, at the request of Brown. This clause will allow Walters to suspend due process for up to sixty days if she deems it necessary during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead of the legislature reining Gov. Brown in after her illegal orders under the CCP coronavirus pandemic, they have proposed to expand the emergency powers of state government... Relevant sections of the bill: "Authorizes Chief Justice of Supreme Court, during emergency period and for 60 days thereafter, and upon finding of good cause, to extend or suspend time period or time requirement in rule or statute in specified court proceedings...Immunizes owner, officer, operator, employee or agent of isolation shelter, or public entity, from civil liability that is predicated on claim of illness, injury or death from COVID-19." ...What is an isolation center?

Conservatives fed up with censorship on Twitter jump to Parler

Conservatives fed up with censorship on Twitter jump to Parler | 26 June 2020 | Conservative commentators, politicians, and others are shifting to a social media platform that competes with Twitter. A slew of Twitter users looking for a social media platform they believe won't censor them, including Rep. Devin Nunes, commentator Jesse Kelly, former Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill, and others, announced they have established accounts on Parler. Nunes told The Federalist's co-founder Sean Davis that "Parler will set you free!"

FDA Criticized as COVID Tests Still Not Accurate, But U.S. Starts Second Lockdown Anyway

FDA Criticized as COVID Tests Still Not Accurate, But U.S. Starts Second Lockdown Anyway | 26 June 2020 | The corporate media news cycle this week is once again promoting fear in the American population by claiming that COVID cases are again on the rise in "hot spots," prompting calls for more lock downs and other measures, including many states now requiring people to wear face masks in public. Two key pieces of information are missing from almost all of these reports in the corporate media: death rates (even by their own statistics) are NOT increasing but holding steady or even decreasing, and inaccuracy with the tests themselves are still widespread. A report earlier this month out of Wichita Falls, Texas, for example, revealed that testing of residents and staff at a medical facility revealed many positive results, but since none of them were sick, they retested 20 of them, and the second test result was negative in all 20 of them.

'What a Busy Day!': Four US Surveillance Planes Spotted Over South China Sea Wednesday

'What a Busy Day!': Four US Surveillance Planes Spotted Over South China Sea Wednesday | 25 June 2020 | On Wednesday, four US surveillance planes and a cargo transport were spotted flying past Taiwan and over the South China Sea. However, this was just the busiest day in a string of US surveillance flights over the region. The South China Sea Strategic Situation Probing Initiative (SCSPI), a think tank connected to Peking University's Institute of Ocean Research, noted on Thursday that the previous day had seen four US patrol aircraft flying over the South China Sea for several hours, as well as a military transport. The planes entered and left the waterway via the Bashi Channel, a strait that separates Taiwan in the north from the Philippines' Luzon Island in the south. SCSPI tweeted on Thursday a composite image of the flight paths of two US Navy P-8A Poseidons, a US Navy P-3C Orion and an RC-135W Rivet Joint electronic warfare and airborne control aircraft. "What a busy day!" the think tank's account mused.

Federal appeals court orders judge to drop charges against Michael Flynn

Federal appeals court orders judge to drop charges against Michael Flynn | 24 June 2020 | A federal appeals court has ordered a district judge to grant the Justice Department's request to drop the criminal case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn, bringing the extraordinary legal battle over the department's handling of the case closer to an end. A panel of three judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit granted Flynn's motion to force U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan to drop the case in an order on Wednesday. The ruling was 2 to 1, with one judge dissenting.

Strzok notes show Obama, Biden weighed in on Flynn case even as Comey downplayed it - lawyers

Strzok notes show Obama, Biden weighed in on Flynn case even as Comey downplayed it - lawyers | 24 June 2020 | Michael Flynn's lawyers said newly uncovered notes from former FBI official Peter Strzok indicate then-FBI Director James Comey appeared to downplay Flynn's calls during the presidential transition with Russia's ambassador as "legit" during a meeting where then-President Barack Obama and then-Vice President Joe Biden also weighed in. The handwritten notes, purportedly penned by Strzok, were submitted by Flynn's legal team on Wednesday as part of his court case, after acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin and the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia shared them with his attorneys. Sherwin told Flynn attorneys Sidney Powell and Jesse Binnall on Tuesday that the notes were found as part of the Justice Department's review of the Flynn case and that they were "taken by former Deputy Assistant Director Peter Strzok."

Gov. Roy Cooper announces statewide mask requirement, delays Phase 3 of reopening for at least 3 weeks

Gov. Roy Cooper announces statewide mask requirement, delays Phase 3 of reopening for at least 3 weeks | 25 June 2020 |  Gov. Roy Cooper (D) on Wednesday issued a mandatory mask requirement across North Carolina and ordered a "pause" on easing any other restrictions as infections rates and the number of hospitalizations continue to climb. The mask mandate will go into effect Friday at 5 p.m. The two actions announced at an afternoon news conference could further inflame rising tensions between the governor and the Republican-led General Assembly, and several business owners in the fitness and entertainment industries.

New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to quarantine visitors from coronavirus hot spots

Providing a distraction (with a useless, unenforceable quarantine) from the thousands murdered in nursing homes: New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to quarantine visitors from coronavirus hot spots | 24 June 2020 | Visitors from coronavirus hot spots will have to quarantine for 14 days if they set foot in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut, the governors of those northeastern states said Wednesday. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Utah and Texas have high, current infection rates to warrant this new quarantine advisory, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. Residents of those states are not being barred from coming to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, so Wednesday's action is largely advisory.

Burundian President Nkurunziza Dies Suddenly After Expelling WHO for False Pandemic

Burundian President Nkurunziza Dies Suddenly After Expelling WHO for False Pandemic | 16 June 2020 | President of Burundi Pierre Nkurunziza, 55, has died "following a cardiac arrest". The sudden death comes as a surprise as he had been evaluated recently as being in good overall health. But controversy has emerged in the African country as local pundits have suggested that his death could have been the consequence of poisoning. Less than a month ago, the Burundian government ordered the expulsion of experts from the World Organization of Health (WHO) responsible for 'advising' on the false pandemic COVID-19. The President and his Ministry of Foreign Affairs had declared that the WHO representatives would henceforth be 'persona non grata', that is not welcome on Burundian territory.

College removes word 'freedom' from ID cards after student demands, citing slavery

College removes word 'freedom' from ID cards after student demands, citing slavery --Robert Morris University announced that it will change its ID card design, making them 'RMU ID Cards' rather than 'Freedom Cards.' | 24 June 2020 | ...One university is removing the word "freedom" from its student identification cards because it is "has made minority students" feel "dehumanized." Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania will change its student, faculty, and staff ID cards from "Freedom Cards" to "RMU ID Cards," Campus Reform has learned. The decision follows the circulation of an online petition initiated by student Melanie Hall, who asked the university to rename its ID cards, arguing that the choice of "Freedom Cards" for minority students (who make up 24 percent of students at RMU, according to the petition) was a "poorly named form of identification."

Trump signs order expanding immigration restrictions to include H-1B, other guest-worker programs

Trump signs order expanding immigration restrictions to include H-1B, other guest-worker programs | 22 June 2020 | President Trump on Monday signed an executive order that significantly expands current immigration restrictions to include a number of guest-worker programs, including the H-1B visa -- an order the administration says will put Americans first for jobs as the economy emerges from coronavirus lockdowns. Trump previously signed an order in April that restricted some green cards but held off from restricting guest-worker programs. While other travel restrictions at the time were meant to curb coronavirus risk, the stated purpose of the immigration order was to help Americans in the job market after the pandemic put millions out of work... "In order to ensure that we are hiring Americans first, we are putting a pause on certain non-immigrant visas into the United States, again for the purpose of ensuring that Americans can get jobs here in the U.S.," a senior administration official told Fox News on Monday.

FBI says rope had been in Talladega garage since October; Bubba Wallace not victim of hate crime

FBI says rope had been in Talladega garage since October; Bubba Wallace not victim of hate crime | 23 June 2020 | The FBI has determined that NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace was not the victim of a hate crime and that a pull rope fashioned like a noose had been on a garage door at Talladega Superspeedway since as early as October, NASCAR said Tuesday. "The FBI report concludes, and photographic evidence confirms, that the garage door pull rope fashioned like a noose had been positioned there since as early as last fall," NASCAR said in its statement. "This was obviously well before the 43 team's arrival and garage assignment."

Senate Republicans' police reform bill fails on test vote amid Democratic opposition

Senate Republicans' police reform bill fails on test vote amid Democratic opposition | 24 June 2020 | A Republican-authored police reform bill failed in a Senate test vote Wednesday after Democrats opposed the bill on the basis it did not go far enough -- sparking a furious war of words on the floor and marking an apparent impasse just weeks after George Floyd's death led to calls for new legislation. The procedural vote on whether to start debate was 55-45; it needed 60 votes in order to proceed. Republicans had 53 votes, but not enough Democrats joined them. This effectively freezes police reform in Congress for now, even if the House approves its own measure on Thursday.

Crowds Tear Down Statues, Attack Wisconsin State Senator

Crowds Tear Down Statues, Attack Wisconsin State Senator | 24 June 2020 | Crowds outside the Wisconsin State Capitol tore down two statues, attacked a state senator and threw a Molotov cocktail into a government building amid protests following the arrest of a black man who shouted at restaurant customers through a megaphone while carrying a baseball bat. Officers inside the Capitol used pepper spray to repel protesters who were trying to gain entry into the historic center of state government, Madison police said. Gov. Tony Evers (D) on Wednesday said he was prepared to activate the Wisconsin National Guard to protect state properties.

Rhode Island moves toward changing its official name over slavery connotations

Rhode Island moves toward changing its official name over slavery connotations | 24 June 2020 | Rhode Island is moving toward changing its official name -- the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations -- due to its slavery connotations. Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) signed an executive order on Monday declaring that her office would not use the word "plantations" in future executive orders, citations or on its website. And last week, the Rhode Island state House signaled it will move forward with state Senate legislation to get a referendum on the name change on the November ballot. The state's only black state senator, Harold Metts, introduced the bill.

MLB announces 60-game season for 2020; Opening Day will be July 23 or 24

MLB announces 60-game season for 2020; Opening Day will be July 23 or 24 --MLB and the MLBPA finalized a health and safety protocol Tuesday night; players will report to camp July 1 | 23 June 2020 |Major League Baseball is set to return. The MLB Players Association (MLBPA) informed the league on Tuesday that players will comply with commissioner Rob Manfred's imposed outline for a 2020 season. Players are set report for another version of "spring" training on July 1, and the league's imposed 60-game season will start either July 23 or 24, the league announced. The two sides also finalized coronavirus health and safety protocols on Tuesday night.

Infant vaccination rates plummeted during COVID-19 lockdown as infant mortality rates also plummet to historic lows

Infant vaccination rates plummeted during COVID-19 lockdown as infant mortality rates also plummet to historic lows | 23 June 2020 | Well baby visits are designed to introduce up to 26 liability-free vaccinations in the baby's first year of life, during six or more visits to a pediatrician. However, during the covid-19 lockdowns, well baby visits were cancelled and vaccination rates plummeted as a result... When the national emergency order was declared, provider orders for routine pediatric vaccines dropped significantly. The Vaccines for Children Program and the Vaccine Safety Data link reported a drop-off in vaccination coverage starting in the third week of March, as hundreds of thousands of parents stayed home and skipped well-baby visits. The downward trend was observed from March 23 to the end of April for all non-influenza vaccines, especially measles-containing vaccines. If vaccines are so important for an infant to live, then why didn't the infant death rate dramatically increase as vaccination coverage fell? The data show that the opposite effect occurred; infant deaths actually plummeted to historic lows!

Misprinted ballots with Democratic candidates mailed to hundreds of Republicans in N.J. town

Misprinted ballots with Democratic candidates mailed to hundreds of Republicans in N.J. town | 20 June 2020 | Karen Gardner was perplexed when she received her mail-in primary ballot. As a life-long Republican voter and chairwoman of the Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee, Gardner wasn't expecting to find a list of Democrats inside the envelope. "The slate of candidates was all Democrat from Joe Biden down to dogcatcher, but on the upper right it clearly stated it was a Republican ballot and it had my name and correct information on the return envelope," Gardner said. Of the 2,400 registered Republicans in Bernardsville, 500 to 700 of them received erroneous mail-in ballots, listing the Democratic candidates instead of the Republicans.

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