2 Oct 2020

President Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19
Trump’s positive test comes just hours after the White House announced that senior aide Hope Hicks came down with the virus after traveling with the president several times this week. Trump,… said he and Mrs. Trump were quarantining.

California, Which Entered U.S. as Free State in 1850, to Study ‘Reparations’ for Slavery
The State of California will study reparations to black Americans, thanks to a bill signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. AB 3121 will create a nine-member “Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans, with a Special Consideration for African Americans Who are Descendants of Persons Enslaved in the United States,” according to the text of the bill. California was admitted to the Union in 1850 as a free state and has no history of legal slavery.

A tropical depression could form late next week
We are monitoring two areas of disturbed weather over the Caribbean Sea but only one is likely to develop later this week. A tropical wave over the west-central Caribbean will be moving into a more favorable environment for tropical development during the next 5 days. Formation odds through the next 5 days is now up to 70 percent.

Fox moderator called out for saving Biden, trapping Trump
Chris Wallace is getting called out for his glaring bias. “I could not be more happy with our president and the way that he handled himself,” Cathie Adams, of Eagle Forum, tells OneNewsNow. “He was not going to sit there and take it.” Gary Bauer, president of American Values, says Trump won “hands down” over “substantive” issues and, like Adams, he points to the debate over the pandemic and shutdowns as an important topic.

Trump tweets he’s overturning new Navy SEAL gender-neutral ethos; calls it ‘ridiculous’
President Donald Trump on Thursday tweeted that he would reverse a Navy decision that changed the Navy SEAL ethos and Special Warface Combatant-craft Crewman (SWCC) creed to be gender neutral, after American Military News exclusively reported the changes Monday. Trump tweeted, “I will be overturning this ridiculous order immediately!” linking to a tweet referencing the original American Military News story.

Judge Hands ‘Important Win’ to Parents in Wisconsin School District
Remington’s decision comes months after a lawsuit was filed by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty and the Alliance Defending Freedom on behalf of an anonymous group of parents whose children are enrolled in MMSD schools. In February, the parents disputed a guidance put forward by the district in April 2018 advising faculty and staff members to assist students in their gender transitions at school without notifying their parents.

Armenian PM says Turkey taking new genocidal path
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan accused Turkey of “once again advancing on a genocidal path” and said Ankara’s military was directly leading an offensive by Azeri forces against ethnic Armenian forces around Nagorno-Karabakh.

Archaeologists Discover 2,000-year-old ritual bath from Second Temple Period
Prior to the construction of a major interchange at the Hamovil junction in Lower Galilee, an archaeological salvage dig carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority revealed the remains of a Jewish agricultural farmstead from the Second Temple period (2000 years ago), including a magnificent mikveh. The excavations were conducted with the help of workers from the village of Kfar Manda, students of pre-military preparatory programs and volunteers from the vicinity, including residents of the nearby Kibbutz Hannaton.

After Posing with Hindu goddess ‘Shiva the Destroyer,’ WHO Chief to Visit Israel
As you may recall Israel 365 News reported on a photo from January 2019 featuring a high-level meeting between WHO Officials and Chinese health officials. The photo was posted in January 2019 on the Twitter feed of Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus who has served as the Director-General of the World Health Organization since 2017. Inexplicably, prominently displayed at the head of the table is a statue of the Hindu goddess, Shiva, also known as “Shiva the Destroyer.” WHO & #China have enjoyed a long & productive partnership.

Iran Braces for Another Desert Locust Attack
Desert locusts are expected to arrive in Iran once again, this time in large bands from Oct. 6, according to the spokesperson of Plant Protection Organization, affiliated with the Agriculture Ministry.

UPDATE: 45 quakes greater than a 3.0 magnitude, largest swarm in SoCal history
45 quakes greater than a 3.0 magnitude, the biggest was a 4.9 magnitude earthquake, and this constitutes the largest earthquake swarm in SoCal history.

6.4 magnitude earthquake strikes near Tonga in Pacific Ocean
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake was registered on Thursday near the coast of the Kingdom of Tonga in the Pacific Ocean, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. According to the USGS, the tremor was recorded at 01:13 GMT. There are no reports about any victims or damage caused by the earthquake.

New York Times pushes ‘poly-parent’ children created using next-generation IVF
Technology currently in development could enable any human being, independent of their sex, “to manufacture an egg or sperm cell from a tiny sliver of their own skin” and thus create a new baby. The new technology, which has already been tested successfully with mice, is called in vitro gametogenesis (IVG). “If the revolution of I.V.F. was to liberate reproduction from sex, then the even bigger revolution of I.V.G. is to dismantle completely the reproductive structure of heterosexuality,”

The Diablo winds are coming. California fires could get even worse when they do
The fierce fires that have consumed Northern California over the past few weeks are devastating. But they could grow exponentially worse as powerful seasonal gusts known as Diablo winds kick up in October. “They are similar to the Santa Ana winds,” said Roger Gass, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, referring to the wind patterns in Southern California that have fueled hundreds of huge blazes over the years. “They are very dry and create critical fire conditions.”

UAE, US and Israel to develop joint energy strategy, say ministers
The United States, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will develop a joint strategy for greater coordination in the energy sector and look to solve energy challenges facing the Palestinians…the three countries would work together on renewable energy, energy efficiency, oil, natural gas resources, and related technology, as well as water desalination technology.

US fines Emirates $400,000 for flying over Iranian airspace
The US Transportation Department said Thursday it fined Emirates airline $400,000 for operating flights in parts of prohibited Iranian airspace in 2019. The flight was carrying the JetBlue Airways code and therefore subject to US regulations. The department said for 19 days in July 2019, Emirates operated flights over parts of Iranian airspace…

Armenian PM says Turkey taking new genocidal path
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan accused Turkey of “once again advancing on a genocidal path” and said Ankara’s military was directly leading an offensive by Azeri forces against ethnic Armenian forces around Nagorno-Karabakh. Dozens of people have been reported killed and hundreds wounded since Sunday in fighting that has renewed concern about stability in the South Caucasus…

Trump says he and first lady tested positive for coronavirus
President Donald Trump said early Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, a stunning announcement that plunges the country deeper into uncertainty just a month before the presidential election. Trump, who has spent much of the year downplaying the threat of a virus that has killed more than 205,000 Americans, said he and Mrs. Trump were quarantining.

EU warns Turkey of sanctions over ‘provocations’ in Mediterranean
The EU says it could impose sanctions on Turkey over “provocations and pressures” in a row with Greece over energy resources and maritime borders. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen called on Ankara to “abstain from unilateral actions” in the eastern Mediterranean. She spoke early on Friday during a meeting of EU leaders in Brussels.

U.S. House passes Democratic COVID-19 aid plan after bipartisan deal proves elusive
The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday approved a $2.2 trillion Democratic plan to provide more economic relief from the coronavirus pandemic, as a bipartisan deal continued to elude House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the White House. Objections from top Republicans are likely to doom the House Democrats’ plan in the Senate.

Syria affirms opposition to ‘all agreements with Israel enemy’
Syria affirmed Thursday that it remains staunchly opposed to any normalization agreements with Israel, hours after Lebanon announced it reached an agreement with Jerusalem to enter United Nations-mediated talks regarding a dispute over land and maritime borders.

Armenia recalls envoy to Israel over arms sales to Azerbaijan
Armenia said on Thursday it had recalled its ambassador to Israel for consultations over Israeli arms sales to Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan has acknowledged using Israeli-made weapons in its fighting with ethnic Armenian forces around Nagorno-Karabakh, where heavy clashes this week have drawn international calls for an immediate ceasefire.

How a Biden presidency would unleash Christian persecution
A November 2020 election producing Democrat majorities in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U. S. Senate, with Joe Biden winning the presidency, will place Christian institutions which abide by the moral teachings of Moses and/or Jesus of Nazareth in peril.  In all likelihood, such religious institutions would incur severe penalties, at the very least loss of their tax exemption, unless they participate in, collaborate with, and support the homosexual agenda of the LGBTQ+ Human Rights Campaign, and the child-killing business of Planned Parenthood.

At least 40 dead and 2 million tons of rice destroyed as Jigawa sees worst flood in 32 years, Nigeria
At least 40 people have lost their lives and more than 2 million tons of rice crops – a quarter of the country’s projected harvest – have been lost as northwestern Nigerian state Jigawa reels from its worst flood in 32 years, according to the Jigawa State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA).

Storm Alex to hit France with powerful winds and heavy rain
The fast-moving area of low pressure that will develop in the Atlantic Ocean through Thursday, October 1 has been named Alex by the French National Met Service – Meteo France. This is the first named storm of the 2020/21 European windstorm season (September 1, 2020 – August 31, 2021).

Fitton: Obama Official Notes Russians Trolling Joe Biden on Son Hunter
Americans weren’t generally aware of Joe and Hunter Biden’s shenanigans in Ukraine, but Obama’s State Department certainly was, as was Ukraine, its pro-Russian newspaper sardonically referring to the soon to be then-Vice President Joe Biden showing up to protect his son’s business in Ukraine.

WATCH: Jewish Democrats’ Ad Compares Trump’s America to Nazi Germany
An ad by the Jewish Democratic Council of America comparing President Trump’s America to 1930s Nazi Germany has sparked outrage  — and support — from antisemitism watchdog czars.

Critical Race Theory Is A Neo-Marxist Doctrine Casting All White People As “The Oppressors” To Create A “People Of Color” Supremacist Movement
Critical Race Theory seeks to tear down the “white society” capitalistic system that has created the greatest economic prosperity in world history, and replace it with a Marxist utopia where every one is equally mediocre and miserable.

THE NEGRO PROJECT: Far Left Liberals Are Silent As It’s Shown The #1 Killer Of Blacks In America Is Planned Parenthood And Their Racist Agenda
On average, 1,876 black babies are aborted in abortion mills across America every day, with the majority of those abortions being performed by Planned Parenthood. It has been estimated that since 1973 black women have had about 16 million abortions.

It Is Starting To Look Like Joe Biden Used AR Contact Lenses To Read Scripted Talking Points In Tuesday Night Debate With President Trump
Before you make up your mind as to whether or not Joe Biden used smart AR contact lenses to read scripted talking points in the debate with President Trump on Tuesday, I want you to consider a few things first. The main and overwhelming fact is that Joe Biden has blue eyes, but on Tuesday night his eyes were unnaturally dark, almost a graphite color. Blue eyes run in my family, I have blue eyes, and as you age blue eyes grow lighter and more vibrant, they do not turn dark. Why was Joe Biden’s eyes so dark during the debates?

Coronavirus vaccine trial subjects report extreme exhaustion, shortness of breath, day-long headaches and shaking so violently that one of them cracked a tooth 
Get ready for the depopulation kill shots that cause severe neurological damage and lobotomize anyone stupid enough to take them. Even mainstream media outlet CNBC.com is now reporting that vaccine trials conducted by Moderna and Pfizer are producing extreme side effects in trial subjects.

“No, Not Trump, Not Ever”: Second Debate Moderator Worked For Biden, Tweeted Resistance Screed
Scully’s social media posts prompted one Trump sympathizer to wonder aloud: Do they ever hire Republicans to moderate these debates?