9 Jul 2020

A turning tide? Public is not opening its pocketbooks to Democrats in the statehouse races
Americans significantly decreased contributions to Democrats running for state legislature seats in the second quarter as the Democrat Party has turned hard left, fundraising information announced this week shows. The lackluster performance by Democrats at the state level could have broader national implications. First off, state-level political trends sometimes forecast later looming national trends — “from the State House to the White House,” the saying goes.

US steps up firepower as China consolidates gains in South China Sea
The USS Nimitz and USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier strike groups recently demonstrated what the Navy called “unmatched sea power” while conducting rare dual-carrier operations in the South China Sea, as military muscle flexing continues on both sides of growing discord in the region. “These efforts support enduring U.S. commitments to stand up for the right of all nations to fly, sail, and operate wherever international law allows,” the Navy said in a release.

Retail Apocalypse Accelerates – 8,700 Stores Closing, Number Set To Rise
Many retail shops are heavily indebted, some have already declared bankruptcy, while others are quickly shrinking their operating size, by reducing store footprint to rein in cost as the virus-induced recession, blended with a plunge in consumption, along with a shift to online, is resulting in a rapid acceleration of the retail apocalypse.

John Solomon: Indictments coming in Russia investigation
“My sources tell me there’s a lot of activity. I’m seeing, personally, activity behind the scenes [showing] the Department of Justice is trying to bring those first indictments,” Solomon said in an interview with the Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobbs reported by the Washington Examiner. “And I would look for a time around Labor Day to see the first sort of action by the Justice Department.”  “There is overwhelming evidence in the public record now that crimes were committed,” Solomon said.

Socialist Seattle councilwoman to Jeff Bezos: ‘We are coming for you and your rotten system’
Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant, said Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos would be defeated if he tried to oppose what has become known as the “Amazon tax.” “We are coming for you and your rotten system,” Sawant said. “We are coming to dismantle this deeply oppressive, racist, sexist, violent, utterly bankrupt system of capitalism — this police state. We cannot and will not stop until we overthrow it and replace it with a world based instead on solidarity, genuine democracy and equality — a socialist world.”

June 2020 was ‘tornado drought,’ fewest number of US twisters in nearly 70 years, forecasters say
After a destructive spring that made 2020 the deadliest year for tornadoes in nine years, an unusually quiet May continued into June, with some record low activity recorded. The National Weather Service’s (NWS) Storm Prediction Center (SPC) said June 2020 had the fewest number of tornado watches in recorded history with only six recorded for the entire month. The previous record was eight in 2019. “While severe weather reports were closer to normal in June, the tornado drought continued for another record breaking month,”

Rising to respond to famines of “Biblical proportions”
In recent weeks, we’ve become increasingly concerned after seeing multiple reports about COVID-19’s potential to exacerbate already existing food insecurity. Countries around the world are facing the possibility of famines of “biblical proportions.” The number of people living in a food crisis, 135 million, is the highest it has been since the inception of the World Food Programme’s Global Report on Food Crises in 2017.

In Syria, a Grim Trade-Off Between Tackling Pandemic and Famine
The pandemic-fueled food shortage in Syria suggests the worst is yet to come in other conflict-riven countries around the world.
Measures to control the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Syria are exacerbating the country’s mounting food shortages,

Kanye Announces 2020 Presidential Bid: ‘Realize the Promise of America by Trusting God’
rapper Kanye West announced on Saturday that he is running for President of the United States of America. “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision and building our future,” West tweeted. “I am running for president of the United States!

Abbas says ready to resume peace talks with Israel
The Palestinians are prepared to return to the negotiating table with Israel under the auspices of the Quartet, which comprises the US, EU, UN and Russia, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said on Wednesday. Abbas told Russian President Vladimir Putin…that the Palestinians want the proposed negotiations to be based on “international legitimacy” and with the participation of other countries…

Three-quarters of Natanz centrifuge assembly hall destroyed – nuke experts
Nearly three quarters of Iran’s main centrifuge assembly hall was destroyed by the recent explosion there, Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) president David Albright has told The Jerusalem Post. Albright said that this latest revelation is based on two new satellite overviews showing a much fuller picture than footage that was released last weekend…

Immigration to Israel could spike due to the coronavirus pandemic
Israel could see a sharp increase in immigration over the next few years spurred on by the coronavirus crisis… The chairman of the Jewish Agency — a nonprofit focused on bolstering Israel-Diaspora ties and immigration to Israel — told an Israeli parliament committee on Monday that Israel should expect some 250,000 new immigrants over three to five years, Haaretz reported.

Young Americans willing to give up First Amendment rights to avoid offending others
As the cancel culture trend continues to hit college campuses, Campus Reform has reported on a number of cases where colleges and universities have sanctioned professors, and in one case even expelled a student, for posts he made on social media. Campus Reform Digital Reporter Eduardo Neret recently asked students…about their thoughts on schools monitoring the social media of students and faculty.

Angering China, Australia suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong, extends visas
Australia said on Thursday it was suspending its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in response to a new security law imposed there and announced measures to attract businesses from the Asian financial hub, provoking an angry response from Beijing. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the law…was a fundamental change of circumstances and Australia would suspend the extradition agreement.

UN chief warns foreign interference in Libya ‘unprecedented’
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that foreign interference in Libya’s war has reached “unprecedented levels” and urged key players…agree to a cease-fire and peace talks. Calling the…situation “gloomy,” the UN chief said…the United Nations…mission in Libya is undertaking de-escalation efforts, “including the creation of a…demilitarized zone,” to…reach a negotiated solution and spare lives.

North Korea satellite photos show ‘all signatures’ of making nuclear weapons
Satellite images taken of a facility in North Korea appears to show an undeclared facility being used to build nuclear warheads. The photos, taken by Planet Labs and analysed by Middlebury Institute of International Studies experts, showed the facility, which had not been disclosed, is linked to the country’s nuke programme.

Once in a lifetime: Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) shines bright, joins the ISS and noctilucent clouds – observing tips, live show
Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE) has survived its close encounter with the Sun and is currently observable from the northern hemisphere with the naked eye. To receive this celestial gift, get up before dawn, look to the NNE and see it before the Sun takes over, or wait a week or so to start seeing it in the night sky. Observing tips and live show info at the end of the article.

Bihar surpasses average annual lightning death toll in the first few days of 2020 monsoon season, India
Lightning strikes have killed 147 people in 10 days in northern India during the annual monsoon rains, with Bihar being the worst hit as this year’s toll in the state already surpassed the total deaths recorded annually over the past years. Authorities urged citizens to pay attention to weather warnings, remain indoors during thunderstorms, and avoid taking shelter under trees and getting near bodies of water.​

Brace for Impact America: The 6 Stages of the Present Coup Are Nearly Complete! WHERE ARE THE REPUBLICANS?
I was working on an article regarding the stages of a typical coup. At the same time, without knowing what I was already writing, Robert Griswold contacted me and said we should talk about in depth about the coup that has come against, not just Trump, but the American people. The similarities between our approaches were stunning similar, but simply expressed in a different format. Robert’s interview will be presented in Part Two of this series.

Six months before the pandemic, Bill Gates negotiated a $100 million contact tracing deal with a Democratic congressman
Four months before SARS-CoV-2 began infecting the people of China; Bill Gates was busy negotiating a $100 billion contact tracing program to be implemented by governments and forced on all Americans. On the week of August 12th to 19th, the Gates Foundation met privately with U.S. Congressman Bobby L. Rush (D-IL) in Rwanda, East Africa. The week-long event was underwritten by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

Doctors Call For Reopening Schools Despite Coronavirus Crisis
The nation’s pediatricians have come out with a strong statement in favor of bringing children back to the classroom this fall wherever and whenever they can do so safely. The American Academy of Pediatrics’ guidance “strongly advocates that all policy considerations for the coming school year should start with a goal of having students physically present in school.”

District attorney who filed hate crime charges for painting over Black Lives Matter mural was backed by billionaire George Soros
A California district attorney who charged a couple with a hate crime for painting over a “Black Lives Matter” mural was backed by liberal billionaire George Soros.

BREAKING: U.S. Marshals raid church and arrest sons of Mark Grenon – Genesis 2 Church – in Florida over MMS supplement, violating First Amendment rights of religious expression
This is a Natural News breaking story. The U.S. FDA has deployed U.S. Marshals to illegally raid a church in Florida and arrest the two sons of Mark Grenon of Genesis II Church , which promotes MMS (chlorine dioxide) as a health remedy under First Amendment protections of religious freedom.

The World Economic Forum Tells Us That The Fourth Industrial Revolution Will Completely Merge Man And Machine With Implantable Technology
Today we bring you the future, not from a conspiracy theory site, but from the highest echelons of world government and financial power, the World Economic Forum. Their About Us page says “The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.” Truer words have never been spoken, and today the fine folks at the WEF are doing us a huge favor. They reveal their plan, called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or 4IR, for world dominance and control.

Ilhan Omar has paid new husband’s consulting firm $878,000, filings show
Rep. Ilhan Omar has continued quietly funneling hundreds of thousands of dollars to her new husband’s consulting film, including a $189,000 windfall in March — just weeks after they announced they had tied the knot , campaign data shows.

Henry Ford health study finds hydroxychloroquine to be effective against COVID-19
Yet another peer-reviewed research paper has demonstrated that the generic anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, when used appropriately, can help to effectively treat Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) patients.