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February 28, 2020

Feb 28 02:31

AP Confirms: Democrats Are Lying to the Public About Coronavirus Readiness

An Associated Press fact check confirms what Breitbart News reported earlier this week: that Democrat presidential candidates are falsely claiming that President Donald Trump cut funding and personnel needed to fight coronavirus.

On Tuesday, Breitbart News fact-checked “mostly false” claims by former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg during the Democrat debate in South Carolina. Bloomberg claimed that Trump had “fired” a pandemic specialist at the White House, and “defunded” the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The implication: Trump was to blame for the spread of coronavirus — even though there have been just over a dozen cases and no fatalities in the U.S.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ok, folks; I am having a palm to forehead moment, at warp speed, upon reading this.

The last thing in the world that politicians on both sides of the aisle should be doing right now, is politicizing this horrific outbreak; you should be figuring out how to keep Americans as safe as possible, and encouraging scientific collaboration for the discovery of a vaccine which is safe and effective against this.

But Democrats, to be making such patently false charges; shame on you!

The American people deserve better than this, and you know it.

Feb 28 02:25

U.S. mulls using sweeping powers to ramp up production of coronavirus protective gear

President Donald Trump’s administration is considering invoking special powers through a law called the Defense Production Act to rapidly expand domestic manufacturing of protective masks and clothing to combat the coronavirus in the United States, two U.S. officials told Reuters.

The use of the law, passed by Congress in 1950 at the outset of the Korean War, would mark an escalation of the administration’s response to the outbreak. The virus first surfaced in China and has since spread to other countries including the United States.

U.S. health officials have told Americans to begin preparing for the spread of the virus in the United States.

The law grants the president the power to expand industrial production of key materials or products for national security and other reasons. The biggest producers of face masks in the United States include 3M Corp and Honeywell International Inc.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Given the rapidity of the spread of this virus, invoking such a law would not be an unreasonable thing to do.

The one thing that neither side of the aisle should do right now, particularly in the light of the reality of the fact that we are in a hotly contested election year this year, is politicize the governmental response here; every single politician, running for office than not, should be precisely on the same page regarding protecting everyone here from this virus as much as can possibly be done, period, end of discussion.

Feb 28 02:18


San Francisco's mayor on Tuesday declared a local emergency to make it easier for the populous city and international travel hub to combat novel coronavirus if it comes -- even while stressing that it isn't there yet.

The move will, among other things, help the city get reimbursed by state and federal governments for money it spends on preparedness, Mayor London Breed said at a news conference "This declaration of emergency is all about preparedness," Breed said.

The announcement follows similar declarations in California's Santa Clara and San Diego counties. The move came as US health officials warned they expect to eventually see a continual spread of coronavirus in the United States.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I do not think that San Francisco has "jumped the shark", or been unreasonable in attempting to protect the city's citizens regarding this, considering the widespread path of this disease, and the potential for further infections down the road.

Feb 28 02:14


Japan’s entire school system, from elementary to high schools, will be asked to close from Monday until spring break late in March to help contain the coronavirus outbreak, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Thursday.

The dramatic escalation of Japan’s fight against the virus follows rising criticism of what has been seen as a lukewarm government response.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is a rather draconian response, but I can certainly understand why Japan is doing this right now.

Feb 28 02:13


Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg is facing more accusations of plagiarism after a montage emerged comparing his campaign rhetoric to President Obama's.

Political outlet The Recount shared a video on Monday, showing several short clips of Buttigieg and Obama with similarly worded sayings during various stump speeches.

"Just a thought" and "this country was built" were the more generic phrases that were lined up between the two Democrats, but things get very similar when "church basements" are invoked.

Even more aligned were when Buttigieg and Obama each spoke of the country "shining as a beacon" to the world.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am profoundly disappointed by Buttigieg on this; I really expected better of both him, and his speech writers here.

February 27, 2020

Feb 27 20:47

Here’s How Much It Costs to Set Up an LLC in Each State

Feb 27 20:43

Even Trump is Smarter than Erdogan: 37 More Turkish Soldiers Killed in Idlib

What is known so far is the Syrian Arab Army bombed a Turkish military column of armored vehicles that were moving to aid al-Qaeda in Saraqib after the terrorists were defeated. The military column is ‘deleted’

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Feb 27 20:40

Israeli helicopters fire missiles at Syrian army positions, three soldiers injured

Israeli military helicopters have attacked Syrian army positions in the Arab country’s southwestern province of Quneitra near the occupied Golan Heights as tensions soar between the Tel Aviv regime and the Damascus government over an earlier airstrike.

Feb 27 20:38

Turkey in social media BLACKOUT amid fears of all-out war in Syria

Turks are getting their butts handed to them.

Social media platforms across Turkey winked out after reports of an airstrike in Syria killing dozens of Turkish soldiers fueled rumors of an all-out war. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Messenger and YouTube were all reported down.

Feb 27 20:35

33 Turkish soldiers confirmed killed in Idlib airstrike as Erdogan chairs emergency meeting on Syria

At least 33 Turkish servicemen have been killed in an airstrike in Syria’s Idlib province, while an unspecified number of soldiers were injured. Turkish officials attributed the strike to the Syrian military.

Feb 27 20:33

Army units carry on fierce clashes with Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists on Saraqeb axis in Idleb countryside

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Feb 27 20:31

Turkey ‘puts all known targets of Syrian regime under fire’ in retaliation for airstrike

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:25 A.M.) – Turkey’s communication director announced this evening that their forces have put all Syrian military positions under fire from the air and ground, citing this attack as retaliation for the airstrike that targeted their soldiers earlier tonight.

Feb 27 20:29

33 Turkish Troops Killed by Airstrike in Syria's Idlib

Some 33 Turkish servicemen have been killed as a result of an airstrike in the Syrian province of Idlib, Rahmi Dogan, the governor of Hatay province, located close to the Turkish border with Syria, said.

Feb 27 18:38

BAD ACTORS ARE CRASHING THE MARKETS: To Stop the Current Short Sale Attack on the Stock Market President Trump Must Reinstate the Uptick Rule

The stock market plunged 1,190 points on Thursday after falling 2,000 points earlier this week.
Bad actors are using the Coronavirus news to try to cause a market panic.

Feb 27 18:38

Schools Are Pushing the Boundaries of Surveillance Technologies

By Mona Wang and Gennie Gebhart

A school district in New York recently adopted facial recognition technology to monitor students, and it is now one of a growing number of schools across the country conducting mass privacy violations of kids in the name of “safety.” The invasive use of surveillance technologies in schools has grown exponentially, often without oversight or recourse for concerned students or their parents.

Not only that, but schools are experimenting with the very same surveillance technologies that totalitarian governments use to surveil and abuse the rights of their citizens everywhere: online, offline, and on their phones. What does that mean? We are surveilling our students as if they were dissidents under an authoritarian regime.

Schools must stop using these invasive technologies...

Feb 27 18:38

Mass Shooter at Milwaukee’s Miller-Coors Brewery Identified as 51-Year-Old Anthony Ferrill — Shooter Felt he Was Victim of Racism

The killer in yesterday’s mass shooting at the Miller-Coors brewery in Milwaukee was identified today as 51-year-old electrician Anthony Ferrill.

Feb 27 18:37

Elizabeth Warren to Introduce Bill to Strip Border Wall Money to Pay for Virus Effort: Democrats Weaponize Coronavirus Against Trump

The media has been accusing President Trump and his supporters of falsely claiming Democrats are weaponizing the coronavirus against President Trump.

Feb 27 18:26

Socioemotional “Thought Crimes” in American Schools: Tracking Student SEL Data for Precrime

By John Klyczek

This scholarly article examines how race, A.I., social credit systems and education seem to be merging into a much larger system...

Feb 27 15:42

House Follows Senate In Passing Anti-Lynching Hate Crime Bill Inspired By Jussie Smollett's Hate Hoax

Jussie Smollett's fake lynching was exploited by Democrats to get a bill passed to make broadly defined "lynching" a federal hate crime.

Feb 27 15:12

Canada’s Toronto Stock Exchange Halts Trading Over Technical Issue

Feb 27 13:59

Corporate Profits to Decline into 2021?

Feb 27 13:16

US must withdraw sanctions so Iran can combat coronavirus: Analyst

The United States Treasury Department on Thursday granted a license to allow for certain humanitarian trade transactions with Iran’s sanctioned central bank, a move it said was in step with the formalization of a Swiss humanitarian aid channel, according to Reuters.

The Treasury said the newly created channel became fully operational on Thursday as it granted the license, saying that it would allow for companies to send food, medicine and other critical supplies to Iran.

Feb 27 12:53

The Waco Siege: What Happened When the Feds Laid Siege to the Branch Davidian Compound

“The record of the Waco incident documents mistakes. What the record from Waco does not evidence, however, is any improper motive or intent on the part of law enforcement.”

Joseph Biden, U.S. Senator, Delaware (D) and member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which issued the Waco Investigation Report

Feb 27 12:47

SpaceX delays next Dragon cargo ship launch for NASA due to rocket issue

SpaceX has delayed the launch of its next Dragon cargo ship to the International Space Station by at least four days in order to replace part of the mission's Falcon 9 rocket.

Feb 27 12:33

Fortnite video game recorded sound of gunshots in Saginaw County case, police say

Feb 27 12:01

These beards may make you more likely to catch coronavirus

Stubble is out and side whiskers are in if you want to stop yourself catching coronavirus, according to US health officials.

Feb 27 11:21

Coronavirus: World’s biggest iPhone factory offers workers $1,000 bonus and free meals to return to work

The world’s largest iPhone factory has offered workers free transport, meals and accomodation in an attempt to ease labour shortages resulting from the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak.

Foxconn Technology, which operates iPhone assembly plants in China, is also reportedly offering bonuses of up to $1,000 in its efforts to lure employees back to work, according to industry sources cited by Digitimes.

Feb 27 11:15

Disney+ may not be the Netflix killer everyone thought it would be

We have found in our research that search interest for Disney+ has plummeted over 80% in the past two months.

Netflix search interest has remained steady, even seeing a small increase following the Disney+ launch.

It is being reported that trends on social media have turned negative for Disney+, with increases in the number of people claiming to cancel their subscriptions.

A substantial number (at least 20%) of Disney+’s reported new signups are from partnership agreements that include free trials (Verizon offering their customers one free year of the streaming service).

Feb 27 11:06

7 Tips to Create a Hack-Proof Password You'll Actually Remember

Sure, both Visa and MasterCard have zero-liability policies that say you won't be held responsible for unauthorized card charges as long as you report the fraud promptly. But wording in the fine print adds a caveat: to qualify, the cardholder must use care to protect the card. Could a password that's easy to crack violate those rules? At least one bank in Canada this year was reported to have held a 20-year-old student accountable for around $6,800 in fraudulent charges made after she lost her debit card because she'd used the last four digits of her phone number, an easy-to-figure-out sequence, as her personal identification number.

Feb 27 10:55

Georgia city sues drug company over medicine that went from $40 to $39,000

The city of Marietta, Ga., has filed a class action lawsuit against a drug company after the price of a decades-old medicine went from $40 a vial to more than $39,000.

The city, which covers health care costs for employees and their families, says it has already spent more than $2 million on the drug for a single patient.

Stacie Dusetzina, an associate professor of health policy at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, reviewed the complaint and said it’s indicative of a national problem with market-driven drug prices.

Feb 27 10:38

The Age of Treason: 1958 Book Exposes Chemical Attack on Humanity

The book is appropriately subtitled; “Food and Liquids Used as a Medium in Deliberately and Carefully Planned Methods Developed by the Vicious Element of Humanity, for the Mental Deterioration and Moral Debasement of the Mass, as a Means Toward Their Enslavement.”

Dr. Clymer introduces readers with a stark warning for the future, writing, “Imagine yourself if you can, becoming conscious that you are gradually losing your manhood; that your mind is rapidly deteriorating so that you are no longer capable of thinking clearly; unable to plan your future actions. Your resistance is becoming so weakened that you are no longer master of yourself. In short, you are rapidly developing into a moron, a robot, a zombie, readily subject to the dictates of others…”

Feb 27 10:15

Sharia in the USA: Christians Jailed for Preaching to Muslims–Dearborn, MI Officials Sued

February 22, 2011

The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC) announced today that the City of Dearborn, its Mayor, John B. O’Reilly, its Chief of Police, Ronald Haddad, 17 City police officers, and two executives of the American Arab Chamber of Commerce were named as defendants in a ninety-six page federal civil rights lawsuit filed in the Federal District Court in Detroit this morning.

The lawsuit, brought by TMLC and co-counsel and Sharia law expert, David Yerushalmi, stems from two separate police actions at the June 2010 Dearborn, Michigan Annual International Arab Festival.

Feb 27 10:14

President Trump: “I Think Speaker Pelosi Is Incompetent – She’s Not Thinking About The Country -She Should Be Working With Us” (VIDEO)

President Trump held a press conference on Wednesday evening on the government response to the coronavirus threat.

Feb 27 10:13

ABC News Suspends Reporter After He Blasts Network, Calls Himself a Socialist in Undercover Video

ABC News has suspended Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist David Wright this week in light of a recently released undercover video widely believed to have reflected badly on the network.

Feb 27 10:13

Debate Coverage Explodes When Bloomberg Admits He Literally Bought House Seats for Dems

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appeared to just stop himself Tuesday from saying he “bought” the majority in the House of Representatives that Democrats gained in the 2018 midterms.

Feb 27 10:09

Why the Coming Economic Collapse Will NOT be Caused by Corona Virus

With Monday’s 1000 point stock market plunge the internet has been set ablaze with discussion of a new crash looming on the horizon. The fact that such a chain reaction collapse was only kept at bay due to massive liquidity injections by the Federal Reserve’s overnight repo loans should not be ignored. These injections which began in September 2019, have grown to over $100 billion per night… all that to support the largest financial bubble in human history with global derivatives estimated at $1.2 quadrillion (20 times the global GDP!).

Sadly economic illiteracy is so pervasive among today’s modern economists that the real reasons for this crisis have been entirely misdiagnosed with financial experts from CNN, to Forbes blaming the volatility on the spread of the Corona virus!

Feb 27 10:06

“What Are You Hiding?” – Ilhan Omar Ignores Reporter Asking About Her Fraudulent Marriage To Her Brother (VIDEO)

Ilhan Omar continues to dodge questions about her fraudulent marriage to her own brother.
A Rebel Media reporter confronted Muslima Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) about marrying her own brother in order to defraud US immigration.

Feb 27 10:06

ABC News Correspondent Says Network Treats Trump Unfairly — Gets Suspended

David Wright, an Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist who has reported for ABC’s “World News Tonight,” “Good Morning America” and “Nightline,” also criticized the network for the way it presents the news.

Feb 27 10:06

Tim Allen Smashed Bernie During Debate by Reminding Country What Socialism Really Is

A surging Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders took his fair share of licks over longstanding expressions of support for socialism during this week’s Democratic presidential debate.

Feb 27 10:05

Trump Links Weinstein to Michelle Obama in Reaction to Conviction

Disgraced former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, a Democratic Party mega-donor, was just convicted in a New York court of two felony sex crimes that will likely land him in prison for quite some time.

Feb 27 10:00

The EU keeps digging its own grave.

Feb 27 09:58

Cali County Plans To Create Task Force To Seize Guns From Banned Owners. Are You Next?

There are some people in this world who should not own firearms, but when the government forms a task force to take them from you, it’s frightening.

Feb 27 09:55

Decoupling Accelerates: Google And Microsoft Shift Production From China

Earlier this month, we mentioned how the Covid-19 outbreak would force companies with high centration of supply chains in China to "rework" operations to other countries to avoid future disruptions.

Nikkei Asian Review confirmed our thoughts on Wednesday when sources said Google and Microsoft, who are currently experiencing supply chain disruptions in China, will shift production of their phones, computers, and other devices to factories in Vietnam and Thailand in the coming months.

Feb 27 09:52

The Last Time This Happened Was Days Before The Great Depression

The US equity market is suffering its worst start to a year since 2009...

In the space of just six days, we went from record high to a 'correction' (over 3,000 Dow points and down over 10.5%)...

What is most ominous is the fact that, as NatAlliance Securities reports, "This would be only the second time in history that this has happened. The other? 1928."

Feb 27 09:50

Tesla Burning: Down 30% In Days As Markets Blindsided By Worst Weekly Selloff Since The Financial Crisis

While Tesla longs may have won the last month or two as the stock ripped from $300 to almost $1000 on a massive short squeeze - they are now starting to learn the very important (and very overdue) adage that when the tide goes out, you see who is swimming naked.

Yes, every millennial and annoying family member crowing over the last 2 months at family gatherings and social events about what investing geniuses they are for buying Tesla is now rushing to slam the sell button and get ahead of what is likely to be continued, non-stop selling, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to grind the global economy to a halt and strike the investing public with fear of the many unknowns that still remain.

Tesla is down about 12% today so far and about 30% off its 52 week highs.

Feb 27 09:49

Has Any Candidate Ever Imploded Like Michael Bloomberg?

During the dog days of August way back in 2003, when even politics took a few days off, an upstart candidate began to make waves in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Feb 27 09:49

Attention idiots (Humor)

Feb 27 09:49

Florida Dems File Lawsuit To Remove Registered Independent Bernie from Primary Ballot

Two Florida Democrats asked a judge this week to disqualify Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders from competing in the state’s Democratic primary next month, arguing that Sanders does not belong on the ballot because he is an independent.

Feb 27 09:49

School Choice Opponent AOC: I Got Goddaughter Into Charter School. Education Secretary DeVos Rips Her.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos slammed socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), a critic of school choice, this week over the representative’s hypocrisy after it was revealed that she got her goddaughter into a charter school.

Feb 27 09:48

WATCH: Warren Praises Trump Over Recent Action During CNN Town Hall

Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren praised President Donald Trump during a CNN town hall event on Wednesday night over his administration’s decision to ban many flavored e-cigarette products, which aimed to stop the rise in young people taking up smoking.

Feb 27 09:48

YouTube Takes Down 100 Videos by Prager University, Sparks Lawsuit, PragerU Loses (Updated)

By Activist Post

It appears that we finally have an answer to a question that was being sought in a PragerU lawsuit against YouTube: Is the company a private publisher which can editorialize its content? Or, has it become a public forum by virtue of its wide adoption and, therefore, required to remain politically neutral in accordance with constitutional principles?

As Zerohedge reports, Google has been declared victorious by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals after they reviewed the initial 2017 ruling by a California federal judge...

Feb 27 09:47

Researchers find Xanax, caffeine and cough medicine in “pure” blood ready for transfusion

In a collaboration between researchers from the University of Illinois and Oregon State University, samples were tested using mass spectrometry that had been collected by blood banks and were destined for transfusion but had expired before they were able to be used. The samples were being tested in order to determine the purity of the blood samples prior to using them for their study to test a method that examines how botanicals such as ginkgo biloba, echinacea, and CBD oil affect drug metabolization.

The researchers did not expect to find any substances in the so-called “pure sample” transfusions, but it turned out that a full 100 percent of them contained caffeine. Even more surprisingly, 70 percent of the samples contained alprazolam, the chemical behind the anti-anxiety medication Xanax.

Another chemical that appeared frequently was dextromethorphan. A component of cough medicine, it appeared in eight of the samples tested.

Feb 27 09:43

Media ‘infodemic’ causes more damage to Italy than coronavirus outbreak — FM Di Maio

The “infodemic” around COVID-19 is more damaging to Italy than the virus itself, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio has said. This is as the number of registered Italian cases jumped by 100 overnight and two more people have died.

“The epidemic of misleading information will do more damage to Italy than the risk of the virus epidemic itself,” Di Maio told reporters Thursday. “We have gone from an epidemic risk to an ‘infodemic’ one.”

The spread of “misleading” reports damages not only the fragile economy of the country — that has seen three recessions in just over a decade — but also the reputation of its scientific community, the minister added.

Italian scientists are “addressing the situation brilliantly,” while the media scare blows the situation out of proportion, he argued. So far, the outbreak affects only 0.089 percent of the country’s population, including infected and quarantined, the official explained.