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Washington DC and The Holy Land>coronavirus compliance used to forward the Stasi State
Merde Furieux 03:34 PM 04-10-2020
Comrades, the ministry of coronavirus compliance is making it easy to be a good state citizen. If you spot a non-compliant citizen participating in life without adhering to the dictates of the state, there’s now mobile APP’s for quick snitching. Comrade citizens are now able to take a picture of the non-compliant behavior (citizen spotted outdoors, not wearing a mask, unauthorized gatherings etc), upload the picture to the state ministry, and the state compliance division will dispatch local enforcement teams to correct the non-compliant behavior, or remove the citizen.

https://theconservativetreehouse.com...t/#more-188793
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Merde Furieux 05:19 AM 05-07-2020
TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The public health emergency in New Jersey has been extended another month, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday. However, he stressed it’s not because the coronavirus pandemic has worsened.

https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2020/05...hy-new-jersey/

:-)

NJ will declare bankruptcy, soon.
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Just Passin' By 10:05 AM 05-07-2020
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Supreme Court Of Texas Orders Release Of Jailed Texas Stylist Shelly Luther

The Supreme Court of Texas has ordered the release of Dallas salon owner, Shelly Luther, who was jailed for violating executive stay at home orders during the coronavirus pandemic....
https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/05/07/...shelly-luther/

A small drop of common sense in a sea of stupidity.
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Just Passin' By 10:43 AM 05-07-2020


Should be "bars" instead of hair salons, but the point remains the same.
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Just Passin' By 12:17 PM 05-07-2020
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LA city council votes to name hotels that refuse to house homeless, may 'commandeer' them

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday voted to identify hotels refusing to take in the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic and said they could possibly be “commandeered.”

Only 1,582 people have been placed in hotels, far short of the city’s goal of housing 15,000, FOX 11 in Los Angeles reported.

"Each hotel brings new hope, each room could save a life," Mayor Eric Garcetti said of Project Roomkey, according to KABC-TV.

“If hotels are making a distinction among people classifying housed and unhoused differently in terms of accommodations that they’re going to be repaid for, that the city and county will pay for with reimbursements, then I think there’s a potential civil rights violation,” Councilman Mike Bonin said. “If the problems are on the hotel end, the public should know why, and then we should consider commandeering as they’ve talked about in other cities.”...
https://www.foxnews.com/us/la-city-c...ommandeer-them
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CarlosCarson27 02:00 PM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
https://dfw.cbslocal.com/2020/05/07/...shelly-luther/

A small drop of common sense in a sea of stupidity.
Nope, just a silly little positive to focus on while the rest is bad anyway.
Just another side/angle on propaganda.
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Just Passin' By 03:29 PM 05-07-2020
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Massachusetts Federal Judge Orders Gun Stores Reopened Subject to ‘Social Distancing’ Guidelines

Grants preliminary injunction halting complete closure ordered by Governor, allowing stores to open subject, as the Second Amendment litigants volunteered, to maintenance of social distancing measures within stores.Grants preliminary injunction halting complete closure ordered by Governor, allowing stores to open subject, as the Second Amendment litigants volunteered, to maintenance of social distancing measures within stores...
https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/0...ng-guidelines/
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Just Passin' By 04:51 PM 05-07-2020

Resolution being voted on by San Antonio City Council this morning labels terms "Chinese Virus" and "Kung Fu Virus" as hate speech and "all persons are encouraged to report any such antisemitic, discriminatory or racist incidents to the proper authorities for investigation". pic.twitter.com/jV6tKnQrRD

— Jaie Avila (@JaieAvila) May 7, 2020


Council Member Manny Pelaez speaking on resolution says "hate speech is more dangerous than the virus itself"

— Jaie Avila (@JaieAvila) May 7, 2020


Council regular Jack Finger was speaking against the resolution when his mic was cut off.

— Jaie Avila (@JaieAvila) May 7, 2020

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BucEyedPea 04:59 PM 05-07-2020
Chicago says they already have the syringes for mass vaccination. Denmark will force vaccinations using police or military but dropped the without a warrant part.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzIU...desktop#dialog

https://summit.news/2020/03/16/denma...-vaccinations/
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Just Passin' By 12:08 AM 05-08-2020
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CBS Slammed For Segment Harassing Ice Cream Truck Driver During Stay-At-Home Order, Encouraging Folks To Call 9-1-1

On Thursday night, CBS Chicago ran a full segment on a local ice cream truck driver for, first and foremost, violating “COVID-19 protocol,” as well as apparently “breaking the law” for being in a part of town that bars ice cream trucks — a fact they “learned” after one of their reporters harassed the worker on a bike.

The segment included a video of CBS Chicago assignment editor and journalist Greg Kelly scolding “Mr. Freeze” for selling ice cream despite the stay-at-home order, and closed with encouragement for viewers to called 9-1-1 if they see “that ice cream man.”...
https://www.dailywire.com/news/cbs-s...aign=dwtwitter
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Just Passin' By 12:40 AM 05-08-2020

This takes some balls... #NursingHomeDeaths https://t.co/XW031Llq91

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) May 7, 2020

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Merde Furieux 06:04 AM 05-08-2020
An off-duty Alabama police officer was caught on camera body-slamming a woman in Walmart in an altercation that cops say began because she wasn’t wearing a facemask.

https://nypost.com/2020/05/07/alabam...an-in-walmart/
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BucEyedPea 08:33 AM 05-08-2020

Wow, but Kotter uses NewsGaurd created by Gates to counter fake news. :-)

Meanwhile, "what we know" that turned out to be false, comes from Lew Rockwell's site which Kotter mocks.
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Merde Furieux 09:48 AM 05-09-2020
WuHu Fascism continues...

f you think the coronavirus fascism will die with the flattening of the coronavirus curve, I have a wet market to sell you in Wuhan.

It’s becoming abundantly clear that the lockdown was not a temporary, unprecedented strategy to flatten the curve, but is a pretext to use a dramatically low threshold of risk to continue crushing liberty, the economy, and releasing criminals from prison. The tyrannical governors are essentially saying that in order to end any lockdown and even move towards targeted mitigation, we must test everyone every day before they are allowed to breathe, that there must be almost no cases of COVID-19 around (even if there are few deaths outside nursing homes), and that we must contact-trace and monitor society with a police state even after the virus has already reached tens of millions of people.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced this week that each county must submit a plan to reopen and must also show that its COVID-19 illnesses are less than the historic average of flu cases seen at this time of year.

This is a state that has just 115 deaths, 60% of which have been in senior living homes. Most of the recent deaths have been in nursing homes and similar facilities. Overall, 81% of all deaths were people with serious underlying conditions. We are literally talking about a handful of people outside nursing homes dying in the entire state, which by itself demonstrates that this has a very low fatality rate for most people, yet the governor is focused on the number of overall cases, which is enormous.

So now the goalposts have moved, from flattening the curve of hospitalizations to flattening the total cases and then to bringing them below flu levels.

https://www.conservativereview.com/n...levels-reopen/
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Hammock Parties 11:24 PM 05-09-2020


you have twenty seconds to comply


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Just Passin' By 11:30 PM 05-09-2020
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Federal judge rules Kentucky can resume church services going against Gov. Beshear's order

A federal judge has made a late-night ruling, saying churches in Kentucky can hold in-person services on Sunday. This comes two weeks before Governor Andy Beshear said those services could resume on May 20.

Judge Greg Van Tatenhove ruled in favor of Tabernacle Baptist Church in Nicholasville, Kentucky which argued the governor's ban on in-person church services was unconstitutional.

Those services fell under the governor's order banning any mass gathering of more than ten people.

The judge's ruling grants a temporary restraining order adding the review is preliminary and more in-depth consideration will be needed...
https://www.whas11.com/article/news/...5-c05a061cc7d5
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