Minnesota Congressional Candidate Is Tired Of Liberals Telling Black People How To Vote
“According to Joe Biden, if you don’t support his agenda ‘then you ain’t black.’ Well Joe, I’m black, Republican, and am tired of liberals like you telling me who to vote for,” says Qualls, a Minnesota Congressional candidate.
U.S. Warns Of Russian Arctic Military Buildup: “Who puts missiles on icebreakers?”
The United States continues to express growing concern about Russian and Chinese activities in the Arctic. “You would be alarmed at the amount of Chinese activity off the coast of Norway,” explains a U.S. official.
CDC Confirms Remarkably Low Death Rate – Media Chooses To Ignore COVID-19 Realities
The CDC just came out with a report that should be earth-shattering to the narrative of the political class, yet it will go into the thick pile of vital data and information about the virus that is not getting out to the public. For the first time, the CDC has attempted to offer a real estimate of the overall death rate for COVID-19, and under its most likely scenario, the number is 0.26%. Officials estimate a 0.4% fatality rate among those who are symptomatic and project a 35% rate of asymptomatic cases among those infected, which drops the overall infection fatality rate (IFR) to just 0.26% – almost exactly where Stanford researchers pegged it a month ago.
Texas Storm Brings Enormous Hail
A severe storm in Burkburnett, Texas, brought hail bigger than a softball to some spots as well as some reported tornadoes. (video)
U.S Buys 300 Million Covid Vaccines from Gates-Affiliated Drug Maker
Washington has purchased nearly a third of the initial one billion doses of AstraZeneca’s experimental coronavirus vaccine. AstraZeneca is collaborating with Microsoft, to launch an artificial intelligence (AI) ‘Factory for Health’. One of the startups in the ‘factory’ is Kap Code. The tech company created a tool based on a method of hypnosis called Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). The start-up scans social media posts and uses that data to better understand patient experiences. Microsoft was founded by Gates. He is now among the company’s top shareholders. Jean-Philippe Courtois is the President of Microsoft Global Sales and used to to be on AstraZeneca’s board.
Chinese Soldiers Cross Into India as Standoff Ensues
“Chinese had managed to come well inside the Indian territory and are also conducting aggressive patrols with motor boats in the Pangong lake,” Indian broadcaster NDTV reported. “The Chinese troops crossed 3 km into what India perceives to be its territory South East of the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh,” according to Indian news website The Print.
Software Developers Tear Apart Infamous Model That Started Lockdowns
If you don’t know what the Imperial College model is, you probably know the number: 2.2 million deaths. That’s what the mathematical model from the U.K. university predicted the United States would face if politicians and people did absolutely nothing differently. That was never true, of course. Now, computer programmers say that the Imperial College model may not have been true in the first place, even if no lockdowns were ever put into place.
Dan Bongino: 2 prosecutions will come out of Obamagate
The first, he said, was the FBI lawyer who put together a warrant application the bureau sought from the secret court established by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to put Trump campaign aide Carter Page under surveillance. The second was the government source that leaked the contents of a Dec. 29, 2016, conversation between Michael Flynn, Trump’s then-incoming national security advisor, and Sergey Kislyak, then the Russian ambassador to the United States.
Islamic State bombs disguised as video game controllers uncovered in Iraq
Islamic State scattered video game controllers set to explode at the push of a button in Yazidi homes as they were expelled from Iraq, a new film about the persecuted group’s brave minesweepers has revealed. A photograph seen by the Telegraph shows a controller that, had it been picked up by a child and played with, would have detonated four bombs and destroyed the house where it was found, in northern Iraq.
US to UN: Stop Using COVID-19 As Excuse to Push Abortion
John Barsa, the acting administrator for the US agency for international development (USAid), sent a letter to the UN secretary-general António Guterres, criticizing the UN’s decision to include abortion as an “essential service” during the pandemic.
US Space Force Rushes To Stop A ‘Space Pearl Harbor’
When the first Star Wars movie was released back in the late 70’s, audiences imagined intergalactic battles taking place at a time far in the future – possibly a full century into the future. No one could have predicted technology would improve at such an incredible rate in the decades to follow that we would now have our own U.S. Space Force or USSF. The USSF is the first new military service since the U.S. Air Force was established in 1947.
Israel rejects Chinese bid to build Sorek 2 amid pressure from the US
Israel chose local company IDE technologies to construct the world’s largest desalination plant, the government announced on Tuesday, rather than a Chinese company, thus preventing another undesirable showdown with the Trump administration over Chinese participation in major infrastructure projects. Three groups bid to build Sorek 2, a private-public partnership (PPP) which will be the world’s largest desalination plant…
Cyberattacks target Israeli labs working on coronavirus vaccine
As a cyberattack shut down hundreds of Israeli websites last week, research centers working on a vaccine for the novel coronavirus were also targeted by a cyberattack, Channel 12 reported. The attacks attempted and failed to damage the vaccine development process, but did not attempt to steal information. Cyberattacks have been reported on other vaccine research centers around the world, including in the US and England.
Incendiary balloons return, balloon units threaten more launches
At least three groups of incendiary and explosive balloons were launched from the Gaza Strip on Monday, announced the terror group Ahfad al-Nasser later in the day, warning that Israel had 72 hours to send medical supplies for the coronavirus outbreak into Gaza, or they would make the Gaza envelope “hell.”
The ‘Liberal Leaning’ Media Has Passed Its Tipping Point
About 35 years ago I was sitting at lunch next to Jeane Kirkpatrick, a onetime Democrat who became a foreign-policy adviser to President Reagan and later U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. She was lamenting what she called the “liberal leaning” media. As the president of CBS News, I assured her it was only a “liberal tilt” and could be corrected. “You don’t understand,“ she scolded. “It’s too late.” Kirkpatrick was prophetic.
China’s Plan to Make Permanent Health Tracking on Smartphones Stirs Concern
China created a smartphone tool to trace and track the movement of potential coronavirus patients. Now, plans to make that kind of health tracking permanent… Anger spread across Chinese social media sites over the weekend following an announcement that officials in the eastern city of Hangzhou could create a permanent version of a smartphone-based health-rating system developed to fight Covid-19.
Hundreds more Russian mercenaries flee western Libya: GNA forces
Hundreds of Russian military contractors in Libya were evacuated on Monday after retreating from fighting on the capital’s front lines, forces backing the unity government said. The claim comes after a series of setbacks for eastern-based military commander Khalifa Haftar’s year-long offensive to seize Tripoli from the UN-supported Government of National Accord (GNA).
Israeli leader vows to push ahead with annexing West Bank
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday pledged to annex parts of the occupied West Bank in the coming months, vowing to move ahead with the explosive plan despite a growing chorus of condemnations by key allies. The Palestinians, with wide international backing, seek the entire West Bank as the heartland of a future independent state.