They’re Lying About Covid…Yet The Fear-Filled Public Still Believes

Written by Daniel McAdams Monday July 6, 2020   The daily death count has morphed into the daily “new case” count, as 100,000 tests a day have exploded into 700,000 tests. Is it a wonder cases are increasing? But what they don’t dare mention is that deaths and even the death rate continue to decline. […]

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Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus is ‘very rare,’ WHO says

Coronavirus patients without symptoms aren’t driving the spread of the virus, World Health Organization officials said Monday, casting doubt on concerns by some researchers that the disease could be difficult to contain due to asymptomatic infections.

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Cannabis Might Block COVID-19 Infection, Study Shows

Smoking weed won’t make you coronavirus-proof, but these researchers might be onto something. By  Derya Ozdemir Canadian scientists at the University of Lethbridge have some promising results that might be counted as preliminary evidence that cannabis may block COVID-19 infection. While smoking weed definitely won’t make you coronavirus-proof, Canadian scientists at the University of Lethbridge have some promising […]

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Costa Rica Used HCQ as Instructed; Canada, US Prohibit Use?

There are two tracks to the global pandemic, those countries that went for the $0.64 pill and those that stuck with the precautions. On the latter list, count the blue half of America and most Canada, or at least most of our northern neighbor’s provinces, where strict guidelines were even published by the doctor, nurses […]

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Covid19 Revealed – By Rev Danny Jones NorthLake Baptist Church April 2020

I am not taking a side on the content of this video but I am going to say it is worth listening to and doing some research on the facts he mentions. Once you have done this then you should be able to make your own decisions about it. If you want to skip the […]

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China wants Any Investigation Into the Pandemic to be Led by WHO

By Patrick Goodenough | May 18, 2020 | 3:59am Any investigation into the coronavirus pandemic should be carried out by the World Health Organization, a Chinese Communist Party newspaper declared on Sunday, on the eve of WHO’s annual assembly where dozens of countries are expected to press for a review. Urging other nations not to […]

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U.S Surgeon General Adams DUMPS GATES ‘Predictive Contagion’ Model

“What the American people need to know now is we actually have data, and so we’re tracking that data,” WASHINGTON DC – Apr 13, 2020 – In a stunning turn of events, Surgeon General Jerome Adams explained in an interview on live XM radio, that the Coronavirus Task Force has, effectively, dumped the Bill Gates/CDC/WHO […]

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Covid antibody test a ‘positive development’

The test, now approved in the UK, can tell who has had Covid-19 – but gives no guarantee they are immune. A test to find out whether people have been infected with coronavirus in the past has been approved by health officials in England. Public Health England said the antibody test, developed by Swiss pharmaceutical […]

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Wisconsin Supreme Court invalidates state’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order

Original article by: Steve Gorman, Sharon Bernstein The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down a statewide coronavirus stay-at-home order on Wednesday, siding with a legal challenge from Republican lawmakers who said the state’s top public health official exceeded her authority by imposing the restrictions. While lockdown orders meant to quell the pandemic have been challenged in court […]

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Greta Thunberg added to CNN expert coronavirus panel, Twitter erupts

By Hannah Sparks An upcoming CNN town hall on the coronavirus pandemic will feature 17-year-old Greta Thunberg alongside a panel of medical experts. The program, “Coronavirus Facts and Fears,” also includes CNN broadcaster Sanjay Gupta, 50, former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, 71, and former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Richard […]

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