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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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SuperBowl4 11:16 AM 11-02-2020
LONDON CALLING? LONDON FALLING. FINANCIAL COLLAPSE ->http://youtu.be/Dd2-VY6roL0
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Just Passin' By 01:58 AM 11-03-2020
Originally Posted by :
Judge limits Governor Newsom’s powers during coronavirus pandemic

A Northern California county judge on Monday preliminarily ordered Gov. Gavin Newsom to stop issuing directives related to the coronavirus that might interfere with state law.

Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman tentatively ruled that one of the dozens of executive orders Newsom has issued overstepped his authority and impinged on the state Legislature.

She more broadly barred him “from exercising any power under the California Emergency Services Act which amends, alters, or changes existing statutory law or makes new statutory law or legislative policy.”...
https://www.kusi.com/judge-limits-go...irus-pandemic/
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GloryDayz 08:37 AM 11-03-2020
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
https://www.kusi.com/judge-limits-go...irus-pandemic/
:-)
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DJJasonp 08:54 AM 11-03-2020
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
https://www.kusi.com/judge-limits-go...irus-pandemic/
about freakin' time.....
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SuperBowl4 02:07 PM 11-06-2020
Did you know that bacterial pneumonia killed more people from wearing masks during the Spanish Flu than the Spanish Flu itself? that's what I'm hearing.
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kcpasco 02:10 PM 11-06-2020
2 days after winning the election, Jay Inslee in Washington State is threatening to move back into phase 1. Weird how he didn’t do that before the election. This is absolutely about control and not safety.
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SuperBowl4 05:52 AM 11-07-2020
:-) Jay Inslee running for POTUS was one of the biggest jokes in history.
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GloryDayz 05:54 AM 11-07-2020
Jay Inslee.... :-)
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Merde Furieux 07:48 AM 11-09-2020
The Detroit Free Press reported that the Michigan state legislature held a joint hearing of the House and Senate Oversight committees on Saturday. State lawmakers “issued a subpoena to state election officials…requesting documents related to Michigan’s election process.” They will be investigating “possible election irregularities.”

The article indicated that it is rare for the legislature to call a hearing on a Saturday and equally rare for a legislative committee to issue a subpoena.

Although the Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is a Democrat, both the state House and the state Senate are controlled by Republicans, a point the author emphasizes several times.

Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield (R-Levering) issued a statement after the hearing had been announced on Friday. It read:

Every single legal vote needs to be counted, regardless of who cast it or who they voted for. And then the candidate who wins the most of those votes will win Michigan’s electoral votes, just like it always has been. Nothing about that process will change in 2020.

America’s democracy is sacred, and safe and secure elections are how we protect it. That is why the House and Senate oversight committees will begin hearings soon looking into the voting and counting process in our state to give everyone confidence in the results and to make sure the next election runs much more smoothly. The people of Michigan deserve peace of mind, and we are going to provide it.

State Rep. Matt Hall, (R-Marshall), chairman of the House Oversight Committee, told the Free Press these steps are necessary “to provide needed clarity to concerned residents.” Hall said, “I have gotten hundreds of calls and emails from people in Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties who say they have no faith in our election system based on what they have seen since Tuesday.”

He explained that “People have seen news reports of challengers being denied access to polling locations. They see windows being covered up to prevent people from watching ballots be examined and tabulated. Software errors have mistakenly awarded votes to a candidate. These instances and images have led to controversy, confusion and frustration — and it certainly is not a model of transparency.”

Hall believes the subpoena “demonstrates a commitment to getting our election procedures right in the future.”

It will come as no surprise to hear that Hall’s colleague from across the aisle, House Minority Leader Christine Greig, (D-Farmington Hills), claims the hearing was a “partisan spectacle,” and “a desperate attempt by Republican legislators to cast a shadow of doubt over the legitimacy of our election.” She believes it’s a “political stunt designed to undermine confidence in our electoral process and disenfranchise voters who legally cast their ballots in record numbers.”

The politically charged atmosphere in Lansing is obvious from the author’s tone throughout the article. He claims “there has been no evidence to support allegations that would significantly affect any election outcomes, isolated unofficial count issues in Antrim County and Oakland County have been explained and corrected by local officials, and a Michigan judge has rejected claims related to challengers.”

Except there was that little software glitch that caused 6,000 votes for Trump in Antrim County to wind up in the Biden column. Michigan’s Secretary of State said this had not been caused by a computer glitch.

https://bongino.com/michigan-legisla...rregularities/
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Merde Furieux 06:31 AM 11-10-2020
I don’t begrudge anyone a good time, but I thought this might be an apt moment to ask: We’re done with this pandemic thing, right? We must be, because the crowds didn’t elicit a single stern wag of the finger from either Mayor Bill de Blasio or Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

https://nypost.com/2020/11/09/crowds...her-in-public/
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Merde Furieux 06:39 AM 11-10-2020
Nearly two months into the school year, city teachers are no longer pretending kids will learn much this year — with some even doing other things besides teaching during online classes.

As The Post’s Susan Edelman reports, one student at Edward R. Murrow HS in Brooklyn says his teacher, Nyeesha Archer, gave her algebra lesson from a car. “How much of a lesson could it be?” he wondered. A month ago, another “taught” from a hammock, while interacting with his kids at the same time.

The teacher “probably figured half the class was sleeping anyway. That’s the thing about online school. Half the kids in the class are playing video games or asleep,” the high-schooler said.

And why not? Under the Department of Education’s new “grading” system, no one can fail, no matter how little effort they make, as Karol Markowicz noted in Monday’s Post. Elementary-school kids will get an “N” (needs improvement) and middle- and high-school kids an “NX” (course in progress) instead of a failing grade.

That makes it harder to evaluate teachers as well as kids. And while DOE spokeswoman Danielle Filson says teachers who don’t do their jobs are “subject to discipline,” the consequences all too often range from slaps on the wrist to nothing at all.

Meanwhile, city and state “educrats” have been moving at light speed to scrap other tools for seeing how much education is happening: They scrapped the January Regents exam, for instance. And, as The Post’s Selim Algar now reports, the DOE is directing schools to consider factors besides grades (“equity,” “motivation”) to calculate class rank.

In short, you’ll be told the school year’s a success even if teachers are checked out — and kids routinely absent.

As Edelman reported last month, DOE officials briefly posted attendance data, then quickly yanked it, so who knows how many kids are in class? (The data put online-learning attendance at least at one school at as low as 18 percent.)

The pandemic is exposing the true priorities of the adults who control the public-school system — and educating children is at the very bottom of the list.

https://nypost.com/2020/11/09/nycs-p...ding-to-teach/
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GloryDayz 07:22 AM 11-10-2020
Originally Posted by Merde Furieux:
I don’t begrudge anyone a good time, but I thought this might be an apt moment to ask: We’re done with this pandemic thing, right? We must be, because the crowds didn’t elicit a single stern wag of the finger from either Mayor Bill de Blasio or Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

https://nypost.com/2020/11/09/crowds...her-in-public/
The pandemic was a hoax, why would Bill or Andrew wag a finger?
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Merde Furieux 05:54 AM 11-13-2020
First you declare an emergency, and then you invoke emergency powers that allow you to use the Constitution for toilet paper. When the emergency times out, you declare it again.
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BanHam 10:31 AM 11-13-2020
Elon Musk
@elonmusk
· 10h

Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD.
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Just Passin' By 12:54 PM 11-13-2020
Originally Posted by Merde Furieux:
First you declare an emergency, and then you invoke emergency powers that allow you to use the Constitution for toilet paper. When the emergency times out, you declare it again.
Our courts have been derelict in their duties on this, and the SCOTUS has been complicit in it. If we were the people our forefathers were, there would have been uprising, and we would have overthrown these people already.
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