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Seattle Police Chief: 'We're Not Able to Get to' 911 Calls for 'Rape, Robbery' in Autonomous Zone

Seattle Police Chief: 'We're Not Able to Get to' 911 Calls for 'Rape, Robbery' in Autonomous Zone | 12 June 2020 | The head of the Seattle's Police Department told officers in a video address on Thursday that the decision to abandon the city's Third Precinct to activists was "not my decision," and has prevented the department from responding to emergency calls in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.Police Chief Carmen Best, who joined Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan at a news conference Thursday afternoon, revealed that "ultimately the city had other plans for the building and relented to public pressure." "You should know, leaving the precinct was not my decision," Best told her fellow officers... On Wednesday, the Seattle Police Department said it would try to reopen the East Precinct, and Best was able to visit the location on Thursday. "Our calls for service have more than tripled," she told reporters. "These are responses to emergency calls -- rapes, robberies, and all sorts of violent acts that have been occurring in the area that we're not able to get to."

Steve Scalise Announces Plans to Investigate Governors Who Ordered Nursing Homes to Take in COVID-Positive Patients, asks Democrats to Join Him

Steve Scalise Announces Plans to Investigate Governors Who Ordered Nursing Homes to Take in COVID-Positive Patients, asks Democrats to Join Him | 12 June 2020 | On Thursday, in his capacity as ranking member of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), announced that he will be sending oversight letters to Democratic governors of multiple states who ordered nursing homes to readmit COVID-positive patients, to determine what led up to those disastrous decisions. He also called on Democratic members of the panels to join the effort in a bipartisan fashion.

Leader in Seattle's CHAZ demands white occupiers fork over money to black counterparts

Leader in Seattle's CHAZ demands white occupiers fork over money to black counterparts --The CHAZ, established on June 8, covers six blocks in downtown Seattle. | 13 June 2020 | A protest leader in Seattle's so-called "Capital Hill Autonomous Zone" demanded on Friday that white occupiers give their non-white counterparts money -- or face retribution, "I want you to find, by the time you leave this autonomous zone, I want you to give $10 to one African American person from this autonomous zone," the man told a crowd... The protest leader went on to subtly threaten the white occupiers by saying that he would remember them. "White people, I see you. I see every one of you, and I remember your faces. You find that African American person and you give them $10," he said. "Do it!"

Protesters burn Atlanta Wendy's where cops fatally shot Rayshard Brooks

Protesters burn Atlanta Wendy's where cops fatally shot Rayshard Brooks | 14 June 2020 | Protesters set fire Saturday to the Atlanta Wendy's where, the night before, a black suspect was shot dead as he fired at two white cops with a stolen police Taser. Angry crowds protesting the racially charged shooting of Rayshard Brooks, a 27-year-old father of four from Atlanta, also shut down an interstate highway. Crowds of several hundred had gathered outside the fast-food restaurant all day Saturday, but began breaking windows of the establishment after sunset, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. A fire started inside at around 9:30 pm., according to the paper.

Black Lives Matter flag to fly over Hartford City Hall, says Mayor Bronin

Black Lives Matter flag to fly over Hartford City Hall, says Mayor Bronin | 12 June 2020 | After marching and chanting for one and one-half miles from the North End to City Hall, clergy from greater Hartford won a commitment Friday from Mayor Luke Bronin (D) to fly the Black Lives Matter flag over Hartford City Hall for the first time. "There's one on my house, and I support putting one on the people's house, too,'' Bronin told about 300 ministers and protesters outside city hall as some in the crowd applauded. Bronin reiterated his call for strengthening the city's Civilian Police Review Board with $200,000 for full-time, permanent staffing and independent investigative powers.

Bangladesh Medical Team Claims Ivermectin With Doxycycline Clears COVID-19

Bangladesh Medical Team Claims Ivermectin With Doxycycline Clears COVID-19 | 25 May 2020 | A Bangladeshi medical team is claiming that their research on the combination of two widely used and common drugs has yielded positive results in clearing COVID-19 patients with acute symptoms of the disease. "We have got astounding results. Out of 60 COVID-19 patients, all recovered as the combination of the two drugs were applied", said Professor Dr Md Tarek Alam, the head of medicine department at private Bangladesh Medical College Hospital (BMCH). According to Alam who is a reputed clinician in Bangladesh the antiprotozoal medicine Ivermectin in combination with one dose of the antibiotic Doxycycline yielded the results of COVID-19 patients being cleared as being negative from the disease. Alam says that the team has been prescribing the medicines to coronavirus patients most of which initially reported respiratory problems along with other symptoms who later tested positive. Alam claims that the efficacy of the combined medicines was such that the COVID-19 patients recovered within 4 days while experiencing a 50% reduction of symptoms in three days with no side effects after applying the drugs. "The repeated or second tests, in line with the procedure, reconfirmed them COVID-19 negative in all the cases under the research which found the combination to have no side effects on patients either," he said.

Trump campaign manager says 300,000 tickets registered for upcoming rally

Trump campaign manager says 300,000 tickets registered for upcoming rally | 12 June 2020 | Brad Parscale, President Trump's campaign manager, said 300,000 tickets have been registered for the campaign's upcoming rally in Tulsa, Okla. Parscale said the event is going to be "epic" and that the campaign is "Looking at a 2nd event in town to get more people to be w/@realDonaldTrump." The rally, scheduled for June 19, is Trump's first public foray back onto the campaign trail. It will be followed by gatherings in North Carolina, Arizona and Florida.

Federal judge orders Seattle police to halt use of tear gas, pepper spray on protesters

Federal judge orders Seattle police to halt use of tear gas, pepper spray on protesters | 12 June 2020 | A federal judge in Seattle has ordered local police to stop using tear gas, pepper spray and other force against nonviolent protesters, finding that the Seattle Police Department used excessive force against demonstrators. The Seattle Times reports U.S. District Judge Richard Jones concluded that protesters' right to free speech had been violated by the police department, citing video and other evidence. The temporary restraining order issued by Jones also prevents the police from using flash bangs, pepper balls and rubber bullets.

Fired State Dept. watchdog Steve Linick probed for possible press leaks

Fired State Dept. watchdog Steve Linick probed for possible press leaks | 12 June 2020 | Fired State Department watchdog [sic - deep-state dirt-bag] Steve Linick was the subject of a major investigation when he was ousted last month, accused of repeatedly sending classified information to his personal email account -- which sparked fears he was leaking sensitive information to the press, The Post has learned. After he was dismissed by President Trump on May 15 at the urging of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, congressional Democrats claimed that Linick was fired because he had launched a probe into whether Pompeo and his wife were misusing State Department resources. But a tranche of documents obtained by The Post reveals Linick was being investigated by the Department of Defense as part of a probe related to alleged leaks of sensitive information to journalists, including a draft evaluation of the department's top Iran official, Brian Hook. Furthermore, Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), chairman of the powerful Foreign Affairs Committee, ignored repeated offers from Pompeo and top aides at the department to testify and explain why Linick was fired.

Colorado Bill Would Require 'Online Education Modules' for Parents Who Refuse Coronavirus Vaccine

Colorado Bill Would Require 'Online Education Modules' for Parents Who Refuse Coronavirus Vaccine | 12 June 2020 | Radicals just passed a bill through a committee in Colorado (20-14) to reduce available exemptions on vaccinations for school-age children. This bill [Senate Bill 163] offers "online education modules" for parents who want a different vaccination schedule than what the state demands. Submitting a "certificate of completion" from the re-education classes is one way to receive the state-sanctioned vaccine exemption. In addition, the bill forces all doctors and medical staff to give vaccinations with no exemptions, even if they are in a situation where they believe it would not be in that child's best interest. The bill's current version, however, does not list any sanctions or punishments for medical staff that refuse. The bill requires schools to publicly report what percentage of their students are vaccinated or exempted and gives schools explicit goals to reach--goals stipulating that five percent or less of students are to be exempt.

Senate committee approves over 50 subpoenas for investigation of Mueller probe

Senate committee approves over 50 subpoenas for investigation of Mueller probe | 11 June 2020 | The Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday voted along party lines to authorize 53 subpoenas in its investigation into the FBI and special counsel probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible ties to the Trump campaign. The move is the latest escalation of the Republicans probe that Democrats say is simply an election-year political move to appease the president. President Donald Trump has said he would not sign a FISA reform bill that is now stalled in the Senate until an investigation into the FBI's role of approving FISA applications for Trump campaign official Carter Page... Officials on the subpoena list include former CIA Director John Brennan, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, former FBI Director James Comey, former Obama chief of staff Dennis McDonough, former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe as well as former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page and current FBI Director Christopher Wray.

Giant Eagle Donates $350,000 to Social Justice Causes, Closes Stores For Internal Discussions, Stops Sales of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Giant Eagle Donates $350,000 to Social Justice Causes, Closes Stores For Internal Discussions, Stops Sales of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 10 June 2020 | Giant Eagle is donating $350,000 to support social justice causes, temporarily closing its stores for "discussions about personal experiences" and stopping sales of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. On Wednesday, Giant Eagle said the company and the Giant Eagle Foundation partnered to contribute $350,000 to support social justice causes amid worldwide protests following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery... The meeting will be an opportunity for all 36,000 of the company's team members to discuss their responsibilities as individuals, and as an organization to stand up to racism and social injustice. Giant Eagle will also halt sales of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "due to recent actions by the publication."

GOP picks Jacksonville for convention keynotes

GOP picks Jacksonville for convention keynotes | 11 June 2020 | Jacksonville, Fla., will host a series of Republican National Convention keynote events in August, including President Donald Trump's prime-time speech to accept the GOP nomination. The gathering is expected to be a multi-night event, according to a person familiar with the planning... The convention's official business meetings will still take place in Charlotte, but the party's big events will be broadcast from Jacksonville, a city led by Republicans in Trump's newly adopted home state, which also is led by Republicans.

Tucker Carlson: advertisers desert Fox News host after he attacks protesters

Tucker Carlson: advertisers desert Fox News host after he attacks protesters | 12 June 2020 | A series of major US corporations, including T-Mobile and Disney, have said they will no longer advertise on Tucker Carlson's Fox News show, after Carlson was accused of racism for attacking anti-racism protesters. In the last 48 hours companies -- including T-Mobile, Disney, Papa John's, and the office furniture company Vari -- have said they will no longer advertise on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Media Matters reported, leaving Carlson with a dwindling list of sponsors. The exodus began after Carlson...suggested the protests inspired by the death of George Floyd were not about race. "This may be a lot of things, this moment we're living through, but it is definitely not about black lives. Remember that when they come for you, and at this rate, they will," he told his viewers. [And there is the incontrovertible proof that corporate socialism exists. The race issue is being used by corporations as a cover to force upon us 'socialism with Chinese characteristics.']

Glass Found in Pizza Delivered to South Carolina National Guard Soldiers

Glass Found in Pizza Delivered to South Carolina National Guard Soldiers | 11 June 2020 | Two National Guard soldiers found pieces of glass baked into a pizza they had ordered to their Washington D.C. hotel, the Post and Courier reported. A Department of Defense report said that the South Carolina National Guard soldiers ordered pizza to the Marriott Marquis Hotel in D.C. while they were deployed to assist police in handling the George Floyd protests, according to the Post and Courier.

Trump taps retired general, Fox News commentator as Pentagon policy chief

Fantastic choice: Trump taps retired general, Fox News commentator as Pentagon policy chief | 11 June 2020 | President Trump will nominate retired Army brigadier general and Fox News commentator Anthony Tata to be the Pentagon's undersecretary for policy, the White House announced. Citing his "extensive uniformed service with the United States Army," the White House announced Wednesday that Tata would succeed John Rood, who was ousted from the post in February. Trump had tapped Tata for the job back in April, according to Politico, though it is unclear what led to the delay in the announcement. In his capacity as a Fox News contributor, Tata has fervently advocated for pulling US troops from Afghanistan and Syria, making him an understandable choice as President Trump continues his push to withdraw from the region. In May, Trump began publicly reiterating his desire to bring back troops stationed in the Middle Eastern countries, repeatedly making statements both to the media and on Twitter on the matter.

Suspect in Santa Cruz Co. deputy ambush believed to be behind federal officer's death, source says

Suspect in Santa Cruz Co. deputy ambush believed to be behind federal officer's death, source says | 11 June 2020 | The U.S. Air Force sergeant suspected of killing a Santa Cruz County deputy is now believed to have had a hand in the killing of a federal officer in Oakland. That's according to our media partners at the Bay Area News Group. Steven Carrillo was arrested on Saturday after authorities say he opened fire and deputies in Ben Lomond, killing Sergeant Damon Gutzwiller. As the ABC7 News I-Team have been reporting, the FBI was investigating whether Carrillo had been involved in a shooting that killed a security officer at the Oakland Federal Building last month.

Joe Biden campaign swearing his economic advisers to secrecy

Joe Biden campaign swearing his economic advisers to secrecy | 11 June 2020 | As the presumptive Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden has been relying on multiple teams of close advisers on key issues for the campaign and the country. None of those teams appears to be as secretive as his group of economic advisers. The presidential hopeful relies on the counsel of a small group of liberal economists and others with ties to the Obama White House and Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, according to the New York Times. The paper reports that the Biden campaign recently formed an economic policy committee that will include more than 100 left-leaning economists and researchers.

List of Demands in Seattle 'Autonomous Zone' Includes Black Doctors for Black Patients, End to Prisons

List of Demands in Seattle 'Autonomous Zone' Includes Black Doctors for Black Patients, End to Prisons | 11 June 2020 | In Seattle, the Free Capitol Hill movement's list of 30 demands touches on every facet of society, including overhauling the criminal justice system and reforming health care for black patients. Protesters have taken over several blocks in the city, creating an area known as the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ. Now in its third day, the movement drew the ire of President Donald Trump, who urged local and state officials to regain control of the city. But Seattle City Council member Tammy Morales told Newsweek she agrees with some of the movement's demands... On Tuesday, the Free Capitol Hill movement published a list of 30 demands in a post on Medium that was originally delivered orally the night before.

DoD Announces $250M to Ukraine

Insane! The U.S. deficit is $1.48 trillion, but the Nazis running Ukraine still get our tax dollars: DoD Announces $250M to Ukraine | 11 June 2020 | The Department of Defense announced today its plans for $250 million in Fiscal Year 2020 Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative (USAI) funds for additional training, equipment, and advisory efforts... The USAI funds -- $125 million of which was conditional on Ukraine's progress on defense reforms -- will provide equipment to support ongoing training programs and operational needs. This includes capabilities to enhance Ukraine's defensive lethal capabilities and situational awareness in the maritime domain, air surveillance systems to monitor sovereign airspace, command and control and survivability of Ukraine's Land and Special Operations Forces through the provision of counter-artillery radars and tactical equipment, military medical treatment and combat evacuation procedures, and cyber defense and strategic communications...

Medium Bans Anti-Communist Writer Ashley Goldenberg for Listing Corporations Gone Woke

Medium Bans Anti-Communist Writer Ashley Goldenberg for Listing Corporations Gone Woke | 09 June 2020 | Medium, a platform that allows independent writers to publish articles and start blogs, banned conservative writer Ashley Goldenberg for publishing a list of businesses that have gone woke, supporting Black Lives Matter and the violent riots that have laid waste multiple American cities over the past two weeks. Goldenberg, previously known by her online pseudonym "Communism Kills," has previously worked for various conservative institutions, including the Media Research Center and Capital Research Center. Dozens of major American companies, including top Silicon Valley tech giants, have put out statements defending Black Lives Matter and the George Floyd protests over the past two weeks... Following Medium's decision to censor Goldenberg, a number of other sites including free-speech social network Gab republished the list [which needs to be updated, to include recent additions].

US Soccer to allow players to kneel during anthem

US Soccer to allow players to kneel during anthem | 10 June 2020 | U.S. Soccer's board of directors voted Wednesday to end the league's ban on kneeling during the national anthem as protests engulf the nation over the death of George Floyd. The Associated Press reported that board members moved to formally end the ban in a vote during a conference call Wednesday. News that the league was considering doing so was first reported by ESPN earlier this week, with President Cindy Parlow Cone reportedly driving the issue. The ban was enacted in 2017 after star player Megan Rapinoe knelt during the anthem in solidarity with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who began the practice as a means of protesting police brutality and racism.

Protesters in Virginia behead Confederate monument statues

Protesters in Virginia behead Confederate monument statues | 10 June 2020 | Protesters in Virginia beheaded four Confederate statues and pulled down another with a tow rope on Wednesday night. Photos and videos posted on Twitter showed a demonstrator taking a sledgehammer to the head of one of the statues on the Portsmouth Confederate monument... The Portsmouth City Council had set a July 28 hearing to decide on the monument's fate following demands that it be moved, according to local outlet 13News Now. But protesters took matters into their own hands, gathering at the monument and covering it in black, green and red spray paint on Wednesday afternoon.

Barr says familiar names among those DOJ is investigating in Durham probe, calls findings 'very troubling'

Barr says familiar names among those DOJ is investigating in Durham probe, calls findings 'very troubling' | 09 June 2020 | Attorney General Bill Barr told Fox News in an exclusive interview which aired Tuesday that Americans will be able to recognize "some" of the names under investigation as part of U.S. Attorney John Durham's ongoing probe into federal surveillance abuses -- and that he is "very troubled" by "what has been called to" his attention so far. Barr asserted that despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Durham team "has been working very aggressively to move forward," and that there "will be public disclosure" of his findings. The Justice Department's (DOJ's) watchdog has identified critical errors in every FBI wiretap application that it audited as part of the fallout from the Bureau's heavily flawed investigation into former Trump adviser Carter Page, who was surveilled during the campaign in part because of a largely discredited dossier funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Terry McAuliffe recorded saying Dems prefer Biden stay 'in the basement'

Terry McAuliffe recorded saying Dems prefer Biden stay 'in the basement' | 09 June 2020 | Top Joe Biden surrogate Terry McAuliffe told a videoconference meeting of Virginia Democrats over the weekend that the former vice president should remain in his basement -- where he has famously campaigned remotely during the coronavirus pandemic -- and that Democratic officials are broadly "preferring" that Biden stay out of the limelight. Fox News has obtained a video of McAuliffe's Norfolk comments, which came after Biden has made a series of gaffes in his already-limited public appearances as he social distanced from home -- including by declaring that African-Americans who support President Trump "ain't black." "People say all the time, 'Oh, we got to get the vice president out of the basement,'" McAuliffe told the "monthly breakfast" of the Norfolk City Democratic Committee. "He's fine in the basement. Two people see him a day: his two body people. That's it. Let Trump keep doing what Trump's doing."

Satellite images suggest COVID-19 started in the fall, not winter 2019, say Harvard researcher

Satellite images suggest COVID-19 started in the fall, not winter 2019, say Harvard researcher | 09 June 2020 | Satellite images of Wuhan hospitals' parking lots and search engine queries from the Chinese city suggest the COVID-19 outbreak started much earlier than previously thought, according to research from Harvard Medical School. Researchers used more than 110 satellite images of six hospitals located in Wuhan from between January 2018 to April 2020 as well as daily data for symptom-related searches such as "cough" and "diarrhoea" on Chinese search engine Baidu from Wuhan from April 2017 to May 2020. They found that "increased hospital traffic and symptom search data in Wuhan preceded the documented start of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in December 2019." They noted for instance that a "steep increase" in hospital occupancy as measured by the parking lot volume proxy was first observed in August 2019, culminating with a peak in December 2019.

Gun rights group overturns a Lamont emergency order that effectively blocked issuance of new firearms permits

Gun rights group overturns a Lamont emergency order that effectively blocked issuance of new firearms permits | 09 June 2020 | Connecticut gun rights advocates scored a victory Tuesday when a federal court said the Lamont administration and state police can no longer prevent citizens from obtaining gun permits by refusing -- because of the coronavirus pandemic -- to collect fingerprints from applicants. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer ruled for the Connecticut Citizens Defense League in its suit challenging as illegal a three-month old emergency, executive order by Gov. Ned Lamont that allows the state police to decide whether to take fingerprints during the pandemic. Fingerprinting is required before a gun permit can be issued.

Distraught Chicago officials heard on tape fuming over looting, riots: 'My ward is a s--t show'

Distraught Chicago officials heard on tape fuming over looting, riots: 'My ward is a s--t show' | 09 June 2020 | Distraught Chicago officials complained to Mayor Lori Lightfoot -- as looting and rioting in response to George Floyd’s death swept through the Windy City -- pleading for help and warning that the vulnerable had lost access to food and medicine. According to a tape obtained by WTTW News of an online conference call among the city's 50 aldermen and the mayor, one alderman could be heard weeping while others angrily decried what was going on in the city. "My ward is a s--t show," one alderman says. "They are shooting at the police." The call in Chicago was held Sunday, May 31. That day alone, there were 699 arrests -- primarily looters -- 132 officers injured, 48 shootings and 17 homicides, according to CBS Chicago, as well as widespread damage to businesses and other property.

COVID-19 virus has properties that have never been found in nature before

More evidence that the plandemic was synthesized in a Fauci-NIAID-funded Wuhan lab: COVID-19 virus has properties that have never been found in nature before | 08 June 2020 | Norwegian and British vaccine scientists have published unequivocal evidence that SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, is man-made. The authors state two conclusions: (1) the mutations that would normally be seen in the course of animal to human transmission have not occurred in SARS-CoV-2, indicating that it was fully "pre-adapted" for human infection and (2) SARS-CoV-2 has insertions in its protein sequence that have never been detected in nature and contribute to its infectivity and pathogenicity. That is, SARS-CoV-2 has a receptor binding domain specifically designed for the human angiotensin converting enzyme-2 receptor (ACE2) found in lungs, kidneys, intestines and blood vessels. In addition, SARS-CoV-2 has a furin polybasic cleavage site not found in any closely-related bat coronaviruses as well as other artificially inserted charged amino acids that enhance the virus's ability to bind to and enter human cells by forming "salt bridges" between the virus and the cell surface. Those modifications are key to understanding the unique transmissibility and potency of SARS-CoV-2.

David Dorn shooting: Arrest, murder charge announced in killing of retired St. Louis police captain

David Dorn shooting: Arrest, murder charge announced in killing of retired St. Louis police captain | 07 June 2020 | A man has been arrested and faces charges including murder in last week's shooting death of retired St. Louis police Capt. David Dorn amid riots and looting there, officials announced Sunday.

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