South Korean mayor says outbreak may be slowing
The mayor of the South Korean city hardest hit by that country’s coronavirus outbreak expressed cautious hope yesterday that the numbers of new cases may be dropping, after the rate of increase slowed to its lowest in 10 days.
Is coronavirus really like the flu? Here’s a comparison
Covid-19 appears to be most harmful to old people or those with underlying health problems that make them more susceptible to infection or pneumonia, Glatt added. “No child has died of Covid-19,” Glatt said. “There have been hundreds of cases and not one child under the age of 10 has died from Covid-19.”
EU Chaos: Watch As Turkish Armored Vehicle Pulls Down Border Fence For Migrants
On Friday a video was shared on social media showing that Turkish security forces used an armored vehicle with a rope to pull down the fence at the Greek border and allow migrants to pass. Furthermore, Turkish special police operations units were shown pointing their high-powered rifles at the Greek border patrol cars.
St. Paul City Council Celebrates ‘Abortion Providers Appreciation Day’
The St. Paul, Minn., city council adopted a controversial resolution this week declaring March 10 as Abortion Providers Appreciation Day and celebrating the “courage” and “dedication” of abortion doctors. It passed, 7-0.
Judicial Watch explains how to finally get Hillary Clinton under oath
Judicial Watch’s director of investigations, Chris Farrell, says Hillary Clinton will be questioned under oath within the next 10 weeks about her use of an unsecure private email system to send sensitive government information.
A Confused Joe Biden Says ‘We Can Only Re-Elect Donald Trump’
Biden said, “… we cannot get re-elect, we cannot win this re-election — excuse me. We can only re-elect Donald Trump if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad.” The 77-year-old former vice president made a series of gaffes and incoherent statements as he appeared to lose his train of thought. At one point, he even mispronounced his own name.
Sixteen million people to be quarantined in northern Italy
Italy ordered a virtual lockdown across a swathe of its wealthy north on Sunday, including the financial capital Milan, in a drastic new attempt to try to contain a rapidly growing outbreak of coronavirus.
Senior commander in Somalia’s al Shabaab terror group killed in airstrike
Since 2008, al Shabaab has been fighting to topple Somalia’s central government and establish its own rule based on a strict interpretation of Islam’s sharia law. According to a Somalia state radio report late on Saturday, Bashir Mohamed Mahamoud was the head of al Shabaab’s operations and was killed in an American air strike on Feb. 22 in the Sakow district of the Jubba region in Somalia’s south.
Rabbi blames ‘Pride Parades’ for spread of coronavirus
Rabbi Meir Mazuz, a leading Sephardic rabbi, said that the coronavirus, which has spread across the State of Israel in recent days, is punishment for the LGBT parades. Rabbi Mazuz said: “The Pride Parade is a parade against nature, and whoever acts against nature, He who created nature will avenge him…
Arab MK Proposes Cancelling the Ingathering of the Exiles
In the interview, Touma-Suleiman, a Christian Arab, declared that the pre-Messiah process of the Ingathering of the Exiles was complete. “I don’t think the Law of Return is necessary. Anyone who wanted to return to Israel has already arrived. Anyone who chose to be in the US or to be French – has chosen. The law is superfluous. It is now time to rethink many things.”
Israel advances plans for West Bank ‘sovereignty road’ to bypass E1 area
The Defense Ministry green-lighted planning for what it called a “sovereignty road” that would allow Palestinian traffic to by-pass Israeli settlements in the E1 area of the West Bank. “We’re applying sovereignty in deeds, not words,” Defense Minister Naftali Bennett said on Monday as he made a subtle dig at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for not having already annexed all the West Bank settlements…
Panic Purgatory: Oil Crashes To $27; S&P Futures Locked Limit Down, Treasuries Soar Limit Up Amid Historic Liquidation
The Sunday futures fiasco started off on the back foot. It has only gotten worse since.
San Francisco expecting possible influx of coronavirus cases, hospitals now preparing “surge tents”
The Bay Area is now bracing for what authorities are describing as a possible surge of coronavirus cases, with several hospitals in the area set to roll out “surge tents” to accommodate the incoming patients.
Alabama Senate passes ban on puberty blockers, hormones, surgeries used to gender-transition youth
The Alabama Senate passed a bill barring the experimental medicalized gender-transition of youth, including puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and body-altering surgeries.
The Chinese Slave Labor Response to the Coronavirus Is Already Part of American Law-It’s Coming Here!!!
The Chinese are enslaving their political prisoners to work in supply-chain factories. That will soon be coming here as well as this article will conclusively document.
US Christian pilgrims quarantined near Bethlehem turn to prayer, kinship
A group of US Christian pilgrims is turning to prayer and positive thinking as they cope with an open-ended coronavirus quarantine, confined to their West Bank hotel rooms while they wait for clearance to return to the United States.
Despite extreme, draconian quarantine measures, the coronavirus remains completely out of control in Wuhan, China
Much of the focus surrounding the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) in recent days has been outside of China, including in the United States where the outbreak is starting to turn exponential. But back in Wuhan, China, where it originated, things are really no better than they were two months ago, as the communist country’s draconian lockdowns and other mitigatory measures are all reportedly failing.
At least 17 killed, 38 injured as very heavy rains hit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
According to the latest figures provided by Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), continuous heavy rains claimed the lives of at least 17 people and injured 38 others across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Widespread rain, strong winds, and thunderstorms are expected to continue across many parts of the province (population 35 million) today and in the days ahead. On March 8, the government has declared a week-long Extreme Weather Emergency.
Obama’s Homeland Security IG Indicted On Fraud, Theft Charges
Former Department of Homeland Security Inspector General Charles Edwards and his former aide Murali Yamazula Venkata were indicted Friday on charges of stealing government property to defraud the U.S. government. Yamazula was also charged with destroying records.
New York Firefighters Won’t Respond To Coronavirus Calls
“Someone complaining of flu-like symptoms doesn’t need an engine company with five firefighters.”
NKorea fires 3 unidentified projectiles toward East Sea
North Korea fired three unidentified projectiles into the East Sea on Monday, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said, a week after the communist regime fired two short-range projectiles.
‘Let’s Go Full Transparency’: Trump Jr. Challenges Hunter Biden To A Debate
“The media likes to do this sort of false equivalence.”
Beijing Portrays President Xi Jinping as Hero of Coronavirus Fight…
As Chinese authorities voiced confidence they were containing the country’s coronavirus outbreak, the official Xinhua News Agency meticulously chronicled President Xi Jinping’s personal battle against the epidemic—from visiting front-line medical workers to fielding calls from foreign leaders.