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Hotel that booted Christian pro-marriage event backs down, apologizes

Ireland is part of LOST ISRAEL!

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A hotel in Northern Ireland has apologized to a Christian minister for halting a marriage seminar that was underway in one of its conference rooms and evicting the attendees.

Rev. Harry Coulter of Carrickfergus Reformed Church had reserved a room at the Balmoral Hotel for a "Marriage Matters" event that, among other topics, addressed the imposition of same-sex marriage on Northern Ireland.

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Case of juror removed for receiving divine guidance gets new hearing

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday agreed to hear a full court appeal of a case in which a juror was dismissed for stating he received divine guidance during trial deliberations.

Former Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown is asking for  a retrial of her fraud case, arguing U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan wrongly removed a juror for telling other jurors he had prayed for guidance from the Holy Spirit and believed Brown was innocent.

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8 Disturbing Statements on Masks You Probably Won't See on MSNBC

“Public health authorities define a significant exposure to Covid-19 as face-to-face contact within 6 feet with a patient with symptomatic Covid-19 that is sustained for at least a few minutes (and some say more than 10 minutes or even 30 minutes). The chance of catching Covid-19 from a passing interaction in a public space is therefore minimal.”

That same paragraph concludes with this sentence: “In many cases, the desire for widespread masking is a reflexive reaction to anxiety over the pandemic.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis hearing on July 31, 2020, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.Kevin Dietsch / Pool via APDr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during a House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis hearing on July 31, 2020, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. (Kevin Dietsch / Pool via AP)

Here we are, five months into the coronavirus pandemic. Five months into a raging fire that two weeks of shutdowns were supposed to save us from back in March, and the flames continue to rip through state after state, city after city.

Places that held the virus at bay early on are firmly in its grasp now. Some locales are seeing their second battle with this beast. The narrative from the experts is more fluid than that 5W-30 that keeps your car engine from locking up.

Don’t wear masks? Now everyone wear masks. Goggles … people should probably start wearing goggles. It might be necessary to wear masks in your own home. If we don’t get a vaccine soon, those experts may suggest everyone have a mask surgically attached to their face.

With each new restriction, politicians and bureaucrats tell us to trust the science, but the science keeps changing. Or does it?

On March 31, NBC News published an article titled “Do you need a mask? The science hasn’t changed, but public guidance might.”

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NBC quoted the oft-stated official line “a mask does not help a healthy person avoid infection.” How many times have we heard, “My mask protects you; your mask protects me”?

But in this same article, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is quoted as saying the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may need to look at changing the guidance to recommend widespread mask use “as long as we’re absolutely certain we don’t take the masks away from who are health care providers who need them.”

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2/3 of young Americans unaware 6 million Jews killed in Holocaust

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The fact that 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust is news to nearly two-thirds of young American adults, a survey found.

More than one in 10 believe Jews caused the Holocaust, according to the study of millennial and Gen Z adults aged between 18 and 39, The Guardian newspaper of London reported.


2/3 of young Americans unaware 6 million Jews killed in Holocaust

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The fact that 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust is news to nearly two-thirds of young American adults, a survey found.

More than one in 10 believe Jews caused the Holocaust, according to the study of millennial and Gen Z adults aged between 18 and 39, The Guardian newspaper of London reported.


Why Does Fauci Hold Patents on a Key HIV Component Used to Create COVID-19

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Why does Dr. Anthony Fauci’s name appear on 4 U.S. patents for a key glycoprotein that appears to have been inserted into a SARS virus chassis to create the current COVID-19 epidemic?

The legal portal Justia.com lists the following “patents by inventor Anthony S. Fauci” involving a glycoprotein found in the HIV-1, a disease that attacks the human immune system, leading to the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, more commonly known as AIDS.  In 1990, Fauci held the same position at the NIH that he holds today. Fauci made his mark around the anti-viral medications that were developed by Big Pharma to combat the AIDS epidemic raging at that time.

This same glycoprotein, identified as Glycoprotein 120, or simply as GP120, has also been found to be a key component of the current COVID-19, a disease that appears to combine a HIV-1 attack on the human immune system, with SARS CoV-1, the pathogen from the original SARS (“Severe Acute Respiratory System”) that created an international pandemic in 2002-2003.  The pathogen in COVID-19 is named SARS CoV-2 in medical scientific literature.

The four patents on which Fauci is named as an inventor are the following:

  • Patent Number: 9896509, patent granted August 3, 2016. “Use of antagonists of the interaction between HIV120 and ?4?7 integrin.
  • Publication Number: 20160333309, patent application filed August 3, 2016. “Use of Antagonists of the Interaction Between HIV GP120 and A4B7 Integrin.
  • Patent Number: 9441041, patent granted September 13, 2016. “Use of antagonists between HIV GP120 and ?4?7 integrin.”
  • Publication Number 2016007586, patent application filed September 21, 2015. “Use of antagonists of the Interaction Between HIV GP120 and A4B7 Integrin.”

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Rush Limbaugh: Reporters at Biden presser 'embarrassing for journalism'

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The softball questions lobbed at Joe Biden in a rare media opportunity Friday after his speech in Wilmington, Delaware, were "embarrassing for journalism," said talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh.

"This was nothing but a bunch of sycophants," he said. "I wouldn't be a bit surprised if their questions had been written for them by the Biden campaign and they dutifully read what was on the card."

At the end of his speech, Biden turned to a staffer and said, "I guess, are you calling on people, or how am I, I don't have a list, so you go ahead and call."

The first reporter was from The Atlantic, the magazine that published the anonymously sourced article that claimed President Trump called fallen American soldiers buried at a cemetery in France "losers" and suckers." President Trump and the White House strongly deny the claim, pointing to 10 people who were there who state on the record it is false. Former National Security Adviser John Bolton, who says he was there, also disputed the claim Friday.

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Report: Hunter Biden invested in Chinese company linked to human-rights abuses

Former Vice President Joe Biden and son Hunter Biden

Hunter Biden owns part of Bohai Harvest RST Shanghai Equity, which initially invested in Megvii, a Chinese tech company under U.S. sanctions that specializes in facial recognition software.

In it application process for listing on the Hong Kong stock exchange, Bohai declared it owned nearly 2% of Megvii through two holding companies.

The Free Beacon noted ethical issues have been raised about Hunter Biden’s lucrative positions with the Ukrainian energy company Burisma while Joe Biden was overseeing Ukraine policy as vice president.

Hunter Biden also has been criticized for partnering with the state-run Bank of China to launch a Chinese investment firm.

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Owner of Torched Kenosha Business Rails Against Officials: 'Nobody Did Nothing About It'

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Amid the charred wreckage of his family’s business and dreams, a Kenosha man is calling for more protections for small businesses as riots rage out of control across the nation.

Anmol Khindri is a member of the family that owns Car Source, a used car dealership that was all but destroyed after two nights of arson and vandalism left the business suffering a loss he estimated at $2.5 million, according to the Kenosha News.

Rioting began in Wisconsin last Sunday after Jacob Blake, 29, was shot by police trying to detain him. Mobs began rampaging through downtown Kenosha, vandalizing and torching buildings.

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The Best way to Beat Democrats- MOVE!

Americans are fleeing New York and New Jersey in search of remote pastures in Vermont and

Far more Americans moved to Vermont, Idaho, Oregon and South Carolina than those who left since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, new data published by Bloomberg shows. However, the opposite can be said for New York and New Jersey, with each seeing a large proportion of residents relocate to Florida, Texas and other Sunbelt states since March, because of an increase in fear of living in densely populated areas in a world post-COVID-19. As the month of August came to a close Monday, bringing with it another moving-deadline for tenants all over the country, statistics point towards a sharp uptick in US mobility. While relocations last year reached an all-time low according to the Brooking's Institution, Gregory Daco, chief U.S. economist at Oxford Economics, said 2020 has seen a staggering increase in mobility across state lines.


Medical expert: 'Told you so' about lockdowns being a mistake

A Stanford epidemiologist declared back in March it was a mistake to implement mass, long-term lockdowns against COVID-19, warning of unintended social harms.

Now, Dr. John Ioannidis says it provides him no satisfaction to see that borne out.

In an article in March for STAT, he wrote "we don’t know how long social distancing measures and lockdowns can be maintained without major consequences to the economy, society, and mental health."

"Unpredictable evolutions may ensue, including financial crisis, unrest, civil strife, war, and a meltdown of the social fabric."

Over the weekend, in an interview with the Greek Reporter, he noted unemployment numbers matched only by the Great Depression, business closures from small to large, drug abuse and suicide spikes, and social unrest.

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Cal Thomas: Biden Says He'll Fight COVID, But It Was Obama-Biden Who Set Us Up for Disaster

If you watched last week’s virtual Democratic convention, you heard about an America with which you might not be familiar.

Speaker after speaker portrayed America as a failing nation full of misery, poverty and angst that only they can make better.

On his radio program last week, Rush Limbaugh reminded listeners what the fight for the future of America is about. He played an excerpt from Donald Trump’s inaugural address on Jan. 20, 2017:

When he was vice president, Biden and President Obama had a chance to get out in front of the pandemic, which they now blame on Trump. Instead, they did nothing to replenish the stockpile of masks and other needed protective equipment.

As a USA Today story put it: “… according to NIH, the stockpile’s resources were also used during hurricanes Alex, Irene, Isaac and Sandy. Flooding in 2010 in North Dakota also called for stockpile funds to be deployed. The 2014 outbreaks of the Ebola virus and botulism, as well as the 2016 outbreak of the Zika virus, continued to significantly tax the stockpile with no serious effort from the Obama administration to replenish the fund.”

 

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Postal Service kills off money-making program to prevent Christian scene on stamps

image from static.wnd.comThe U.S. Postal Service has decided to kill a customized stamp program that was generating revenue to avoid having to allow religious messages.

"This is hypocrisy at its worst," said Kelly Shackelford, the chief counsel for First Liberty Institute. "It is outrageous that the U.S. Postal Service would end a steady source of revenue that raised millions of dollars just because someone might choose a religious image on a stamp."

First Liberty, representing a woman who wanted to create a Nativity-themed stamp, sued to strike the restriction in U.S. District Court in Texas. The complaint argued the U.S. Supreme Court has held such categorical exclusion of religious content as viewpoint discrimination in violation of the First Amendment.

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Will America Willingly Vote to Imprison Themselves?

Joe Biden told a reporter this week he would not hesitate to shut down the entire country upon advice from scientists to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

Sitting alongside his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris of California, Biden told ABC News anchor David Muir on Friday he would be willing to authorize a nationwide lockdown.

Muir asked Biden whether, if he is inaugurated in January and faced with a dual crisis of influenza and the coronavirus, he would “be prepared to shut this country down again.”


HUGE: MASSIVE CDC FRAUD UNCOVERED

CDC Grossly Overcounting Active China Coronavirus Cases Causing States to Keep Their Economies Closed Indefinitely In fact every 1 positive case is counted as 16!

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On May 21, 2020, the Atlantic reported that the CDC was over counting the number of cases of individuals with the China coronavirus:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is conflating the results of two different types of coronavirus tests, distorting several important metrics and providing the country with an inaccurate picture of the state of the pandemic. We’ve learned that the CDC is making, at best, a debilitating mistake: combining test results that diagnose current coronavirus infections with test results that measure whether someone has ever had the virus. The upshot is that the government’s disease-fighting agency is overstating the country’s ability to test people who are sick with COVID-19. The agency confirmed to The Atlantic on Wednesday that it is mixing the results of viral and antibody tests, even though the two tests reveal different information and are used for different reasons.

This is not merely a technical error. States have set quantitative guidelines for reopening their economies based on these flawed data points.

Several states—including Pennsylvania, the site of one of the country’s largest outbreaks, as well as Texas, Georgia, and Vermont—are blending the data in the same way. Virginia likewise mixed viral and antibody test results until last week, but it reversed course and the governor apologized for the practice after it was covered by the Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Atlantic. Maine similarly separated its data on Wednesday; Vermont authorities claimed they didn’t even know they were doing this.

BY INCLUDING BOTH ACTIVE CASES WITH CASES OF INDIVIDUALS WHO HAD THE CHINA CORONAVIRUS IN THE PAST, THE CDC IS GROSSLY OVERSTATING THE NUMBER OF ACTIVE CASES IN THE US.  UNFORTUNATELY, STATES LIKE TEXAS AND FLORIDA HAVE RESET THEIR ECONOMIC REOPENING TIME TABLES BASED ON THIS BOGUS DATA.

Apparently the CDC is still co-mingling these results.  Forbes reported last week:

A report released Thursday from the Government Accountability Office levied criticism at the CDC for combining active cases of the coronavirus and positive antibody tests, which may give a misleading view of nationwide testing and spread.

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Now Wisconsin orders govt workers to wear masks even when home alone!

Utter nonsense!  ALL SHOW--NO SCIENCE

Coronavirus1At home. Alone. No one around even to social distance from. Just sitting in front of a computer. That's a situation in which employees of a Wisconsin state agency have been ordered to wear a mask. Secretary Preston Cole instructed in an email that all workers must follow Gov. Tony Ever's statewide mask requirement. Further, they must wear face-coverings during virtual meetings, even if they are home alone, the report said.

Medical experts say there's no need for masks at home while alone, but they can help if someone with COVID-19 lives with a vulnerable person.

According to the Examiner, agency spokeswoman Megan Sheridan defended the instructions.

She said the department wanted to set an example and "a very visual reminder to all that wearing a mask in a public setting helps prevent the spread of COVID-19."


‘This is no longer a debate’: Florida sheriff bans deputies, visitors from wearing masks

Should anyone challenge a deputy about wearing a mask, Woods wrote, “politely and professionally tell them I am not required to wear a mask nor will I, per the Order of the Sheriff.”
Marion County, Fla., Sheriff Billy Woods has forbidden his deputies from wearing masks.

Marion County, Fla., Sheriff Billy Woods has forbidden his deputies from wearing masks. (Marion County Sheriff's Department /Marion County Sheriff's Department)

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Marion County Sheriff Billy Woods prohibited his deputies from wearing masks at work. His order, which also applies to visitors to the sheriff’s office, carves out an exception for officers in some locations, including hospitals, and when dealing with people who are high-risk or suspected of having the novel coronavirus.

In an email to the sheriff’s department shared with The Washington Post, Woods disputed the idea that masks are a consensus approach to battling the pandemic.

“We can debate and argue all day of why and why not. The fact is, the amount of professionals that give the reason why we should, I can find the exact same amount of professionals that say why we shouldn’t,” Woods wrote in the email, which was first reported by the Ocala Star-Banner.

Woods is among the first law enforcement officials to outright ban masks for his deputies, though.

He issued the order as Marion County and its largest city, Ocala, are mired in a politically charged debate over a mandatory mask rule. The Ocala City Council passed an emergency mask order last week, but Mayor Kent Guinn (R) vetoed it, citing in part a refusal by Ocala Police Chief Greg Graham to enforce the rule.

“My chief and I have talked about it. We will never write a fine. We’re just not going to do it,” Guinn told the Sky 97.3 FM on Monday.

The city council plans to meet Wednesday to consider overriding the veto, the Star-Banner reported.

Woods, meanwhile, told his deputies on Tuesday to stop wearing masks in most cases. While officers can still mask up in areas including the courthouse and county jail, they must immediately take off the face coverings afterward. Deputies working special events are also forbidden from wearing masks, Woods said.

All visitors to sheriff’s department buildings will be asked to take off their masks in the lobby, Woods said, linking that rule to the ongoing protests against police brutality.

“In light of the current events when it comes to the sentiment and/or hatred toward law enforcement in our country today, this is being done to ensure there is clear communication and for identification purposes of any individual walking into a lobby,” he wrote.

The sheriff argued working mask-free hasn’t led to a spike of infections in his 900-person department. “Since the beginning of this pandemic the operation of this office has not changed and no wearing of masks has been put in place,” he said.


What America's founders would say about 'stimulus relief'

By Chuck Norris

Usa dollarThe question that continues to haunt many of us patriots is: "Where is all this stimulus money coming from?" Answer: It's being charged on the federal credit card called national debt. It's present balance due is $26 trillion dollars, and experts say another relief package would push it over $30 trillion.

Brian Riedl, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, explained how the costs and tentacles of more national debt are far more reaching than in previous generations: "Who is going to lend the federal government all this money? Politicians promising trillions in new spending seem unconcerned with the question. Financial markets, which are trading ten-year Treasuries at interest rates of 0.7 percent and 30-year Treasuries at interest rates of 1.3 percent, don't seem worried, either. Many analysts see a world awash in excess savings and a Federal Reserve dedicated to pouring liquidity into the market. Yet borrowing $24 trillion (or more) over the decade would create a nearly unprecedented burden: The debt held by the public would rise from 79 percent to 128 percent of GDP, in the largest debt surge since World War II. But when World War II ended in 1945, the debt burden quickly declined; our present national debt is set to continue rising steeply for decades, because Social Security and Medicare face a 30-year cash shortfall of more than $100 trillion."

Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., was exactly right when he said about the federal government's relief in the form of debt: "This troubles me greatly, but all I see is more spending. So how high do we get? We are going to continue to spend until the markets say enough is enough and nobody buys the bonds, and then we have the cliff that we go off of. … And unfortunately, there's no conversation in Washington, D.C., about how to pay this money back."

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Christians must defy Caesar's attempt to control the church

By Scott Lively

1.if my peopleGovernment attempts to regulate church attendance and worship practices violate not only the law of our land, the U.S. Constitution, they violate the law above the law, and because of that every Christian pastor should individually be in open defiance of restrictive "mandates" and collectively in active civil rebellion against the state and local governments issuing them. The daily news should be dominated not by violent BLM/Antifa rioting over phony "systemic racism" narratives, but by images of bold but non-violent men of God standing resolutely against tyranny – speaking forth the truth of the Gospel even if hauled off to jail – while their congregations gather in mass protests outside the city halls and state houses singing the great old hymns about the "Mighty Fortress of our God" and "Christian Soldiers Marching As to War." No secular power could withstand Christendom united in this way!

But instead of Lions of Faith, we see Cowering Sheep "having a form of Godliness [by their words] but [by their actions] denying its power." That's from 2 Timothy 3, which describes the "perilous times" of the last days, when the society is overrun with the wicked. The wicked run wild because the righteous are ashamed to assert their authority as agents of the Lord of Hosts.

Why would any observer of today's church believe its God has any power to protect and keep His followers even through the valley of the shadow of death when its leaders show by example that He's not even worth the risk of incurring the disfavor of petty government bureaucrats? Jeremiah rebuked the wimps of his day by asking, "If you have run with footmen and they have tired you out, Then how can you compete with horses? If you fall down in a land of peace, How will you do in the thicket of the Jordan?" The same principle is stated in the Gospel of Luke: "He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much; and he who is unrighteous in a very little thing is unrighteous also in much."

No, an order to obey man instead of God on "social distancing" is not the Mark of the Beast. But it's a rehearsal for it. It is conditioning the sheep to follow a false shepherd into a cattle chute.

My First Century Bible Church is small and widely dispersed. The COVID-19 plandemic hit just as I was ready to launch a local congregation-building campaign here on the outskirts of Memphis, Tennessee, on the border of Mississippi, so growth has been difficult. My prior congregation was an inner-city mission church in Springfield, Massachusetts, also small. So my right to speak on these matters is not by virtue of leading a mega-church, but only the right common to all men of the clergy to assert God's truth as I understand it, in submission to the unction of the Holy Spirit and in conformity to His Word.

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