Another one to share—and download—ASAP.
(Clearly, there were far more people in the streets that day than 17,000, or 20,000, as West’s “free press” reported.)
Janet Mills is yet another Democratic governor who uses “Trump” as an excuse for, and distraction from, her own irrational and tyrannous restrictions, destroying Maine in order to “protect” it:
From Tyler Austin:
I just heard anecdotally from a colleague in Maine. A couple visiting a restaurant, outdoor seating, was approached by a police officer, who had observed their Massachusetts license plate. He asked for their travel papers (proof of a negative covid test within 72 hours, I believe). They could not produce said papers. He fined them $1,000 on the spot.
Welcome to The Land of the Free.
What he says applies to all of us.
Great to know that Trump is on it!
Yet no one seems to care, even though substantial numbers of BLACK lives must be among those prematurely ended.
These are great times for the eugenicists.
More on the global famine caused by the corona-panic.
From Joe Surkiewicz, on the 10,000 children now dying of hunger every month:
This doesn’t get into the millions of untouchables in India forced out of cities to walk back to their villages (and get beaten, robbed and killed along the way, and then starve if they made it home). As reported by Arundhati Roy. But who gives a rat’s ass about Indians?
I Googled—excuse me, DuckDuckGo’d–“Lancet report children COVID,” and found no MSM reports. Ditto on Google News. But who gives a rat’s ass about poor children?
Lamar Gibson, the star player on my son’s basketball team, was shot and killed in East Harlem on July 14—just one of dozens murdered in NYC since the NYPD was sidelined post-George Floyd.
But it isn’t just the law enforcement vacuum that explains this national spike in homicides. It’s primarily the lockdowns, and their socio-economic consequences, that have caused this “surge” of urban violence.
So we can add these deaths to all the others caused by the coronavirus panic, which has killed so many, all around the world, through hunger, suicide, drug overdose, domestic violence, medical neglect and sheer despair: countless deaths, in rising numbers, yet that somehow matter less than those very few caused (reportedly) by COVID-19.