Global Coronavirus Deaths Surpass 250,000, World-Wide LockDown Coming, The (NWO) Test Run Was Successful

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Everything is right on schedule and, now, the time is come to remove one of the final obstacles standing in the way of a New World Order: The United States Constitution – even if, over the course of many decades, it has already been greatly diminished by the B.E.A.S.T. system; or, more specifically, Bullshit Emerging As Strategic Totalitarianism (B.E.A.S.T.).

U.S. Administration Still Lying to the Public by Claiming It’s All Under Control

  • Deaths decline for 5th day
  • Japan extends state of emergency
  • Global coronavirus deaths pass 250,000
  • Spanish opposition threatens to torpedo vote to extend lockdown
  • Charlie Gasparino says NFL to announce schedule on Thursday
  • JHU confirms 3k/day projection reported by NYT is no longer relevant
  • Cali gov says businesses can begin “limited” reopening as soon as Thursday
  • European clinical trial “Project Discovery” results to be released May 14
  • NY reports uptick in deaths, still lower than last week’s average
  • UK reports drop in new cases, deaths
  • Macron warns European borders may remain closed until September
  • Florida becomes latest state to reopen much of economy on Monday
  • Italy, Spain and other European and Asian economies are also reopening
  • Iran to allow Friday prayers
  • UK defense secretary says China owes the world ‘an explanation’

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Update (1750ET): Coronavirus deaths have surpassed 250,000, according to JHU.

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What is this, a military state now?’: NYC residents annoyed at ‘Orwellian’ cops monitoring their every move on sunny day at public parks ‘It’s like something out of “1984”‘ Do we live in China or USA

‘What is this, a military state now?’: NYC residents annoyed at ‘Orwellian’ cops monitoring their…’It’s like something out of “1984”‘theblaze.com

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Update (1700ET): Germany is apparently plowing forward with its plans to reopen the economy despite a recent uptick in “R” – the rate of spread for SARS-CoV-2 – that helped rattle the market’s confidence in the rebound narrative that had been taking shape before the most famous investor reminded the market that many industries are facing serious long-term obstacles, and that the long slog back to growth has only just begun.  

German state ministers have reportedly agreed with Chancellor Merkel to begin the next step in Germany’s phased reopening: Allowing the rest of the student population to return to class, albeit on a staggered schedule that, in its seemingly absurd complexity, can perhaps best be described as ‘Kafkaesque’.

  • GERMAN STATES TO REOPEN SCHOOLS FOR ALL GRADES WITH CHILDREN ONLY ALLOWED TO GO TO CLASS IN ROTATING SHIFTS, NOT ON DAILY BASIS GERMAN STATES TO ALLOW BUNDESLIGA SOCCER LEAGUE TO RESUME MATCHES FROM MAY 15 UNDER STRICT CONDITIONS WITHOUT FANS IN STADIUMS -SOURCES

Oh, and while the mainstream media continues to run with the NYT’s meaningless 3k figure, Johns Hopkins University has independently confirmed that the numbers obtained by the paper are no longer relevant.

Paula Reid@PaulaReidCBS · Replying to @ScottGottliebMD

White House statement on @nytimes reporting a CDC doc suggests US could see 3k deaths a day…

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UPDATE: Researchers at @JohnsHopkinsSPH say data predicting 3k deaths a day from COVID-19 was preliminary and “not accurate to present them as forecasts.”

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But we suspect the reporters were probably aware.

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Update (1550ET): Fox Business reporter Charlie Gasparino just reported that the NFL is planning to announce its schedule for the 2020-2021 season on Thursday.Charles Gasparino@CGasparino

SCOOP-@NFL schedule likely to be announced Thursday night; fan attendance will likely be left up to states meaning Texas could have some fans at stadium more now @FoxBusiness @LizClaman17Twitter Ads info and privacySee Charles Gasparino’s other Tweets

It’s Charlie – so take it with a grain of salt. But the prospect of an NFL season – however limited – should warm the hearts of all those sports fanatics about to start placing bets on South Korean baseball.

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Update (1530ET): Monday’s coronavirus data out of the UK was pretty solid.Department of Health and Social Care@DHSCgovuk

As of 9am 4 May, there have been 1,291,591 tests, with 85,186 tests on 3 May.

945,299 people have been tested of which 190,584 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 3 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 28,734 have sadly died.

CORONAVIRUS: Daily update

As of 9am 4 May, there have been 1,291,591 tests, with 85,186 tests on 3 May. 

945,299 people have been tested of which 190,584 tested positive. 

As of 5pm on 3 May, of those tested positive for coronavirus, across all settings, 28,734 have sadly died.

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Here are the highlights.Norbert Elekes@NorbertElekes

Good news from the UK:

– Number of new cases down
– Number of new deaths down
– Number of new people tested up399Twitter Ads info and privacy100 people are talking about this

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Update (1530ET): Apparently, the NYT’s fearmongering efforts (which we mentioned below and also wrote about here) haven’t dissuaded the progressive governor of California, who will allow some retail businesses to begin a “limited” reopening as soon as Thursday.

  • CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR SAYS SOME RETAIL BUSINESSES MAY BEGIN LIMITED REOPENING AS EARLY AS THURSDAY

That’s quite the 180 from last week, when he refused to even give an expected date for when limited reopenings might begin. The difference? Some counties are starting to consider flouting state-wide rules and moving ahead on their own. And then there’s the federal bailout money.

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Update (1520ET): California Gov. Gavin Newsom has started his daily press briefing by announcing a new testing record for his state of 30,000 tests run in a single day.Gavin Newsom@GavinNewsom

TUNE IN NOW. https://twitter.com/cagovernor/status/1257383975405969418 …Office of the Governor of California@CAgovernorLIVE NOW: Governor @GavinNewsom provides an update on California’s response to the #COVID19 outbreak. https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1vOxwokDMOgxB …527Twitter Ads info and privacy335 people are talking about this

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Update (1205ET): As expected, Andrew Cuomo said during his press briefing on Monday that areas of the state with few cases of the virus and even fewer deaths should start preparing “now” for what’s expected to be a May 15 reopening.

  • CUOMO: URGES N.Y. REGIONS TO START PREPARING NOW FOR MAY 15
  • CUOMO: STARTING MAY 15 REGIONS CAN DO OWN REOPENING ANALYSIS

This, as the NYT publishes “internal projections” from the CDC calling for average daily US deaths to accelerate to 3,000 a day by June 1. However, most of the hardest hit states are seeing cases and deaths decline, while some states are seeing a slight acceleration. Overall US mortality has plateaued. According to the CDC’s own coronavirus weekly summary, “nationally, levels of influenza-like illness (ILI) declined again this week. They have been below the national baseline for two weeks but remain elevated in the northeastern and northwestern part of the country. Levels of laboratory confirmed SARS-CoV-2 activity remained similar or decreased compared to last week.”

The NYT reported that the White House continues to expect up to 3,000 deaths a day in June while Trump continues to ‘press’ for states to reopen.

The report also claimed the projections “confirm” public health experts “primary fear” that a premature reopening will instigate a rebound putting us right back where we were in March.

As President Trump presses for states to reopen their economies, his administration is privately projecting a steady rise in the number of cases and deaths from coronavirus over the next several weeks, reaching about 3,000 daily deaths on June 1, according to an internal document obtained by The New York Times, nearly double from the current level of about 1,750.

The projections, based on modeling by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and pulled together in chart form by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, forecast about 200,000 new cases each day by the end of the month, up from about 25,000 cases now.

The numbers underscore a sobering reality: While the United States has been hunkered down for the past seven weeks, not much has changed. And the reopening to the economy will make matters worse.

“There remains a large number of counties whose burden continues to grow,” the C.D.C. warned.

The projections confirm the primary fear of public health experts: that a reopening of the economy will put the nation right back where it was in mid-March, when cases were rising so rapidly in some parts of the country that patients were dying on gurneys in hospital hallways as the health care system grew overloaded.

But even states that have pressed ahead with reopening aren’t seeing anywhere near the activity they saw as recently as mid-March, just as the stay-at-home orders and lockdowns were beginning.

Trump smartly stopped egging on protesters and pushing states to reopen before federal guidelines say it’s acceptable. But at this point, the notion that these projections represent anything more than a “worst case” scenario for the CDC seems far-fetched.

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Update (1140ET): Andrew Cuomo is beginning is daily press briefing by announcing a slight uptick in the daily death toll (off its lowest level in more than a month) and a continued drop in hospitalizations.

Holding a briefing with updates on #Coronavirus. Watch Live: https://t.co/ynd2dc2lnB— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) May 4, 2020

The pace of deaths in New York State climbed 1.2% yesterday (according to the data released Monday); that’s compared with an average jump of 1.3% last week.

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Update (1055ET): French President Emmanuel Macron just announced that the results of “Project Discovery”, a massive pan-European trial to try to find a coronavirus cure, will be released in a couple of weeks. He also said he believes the borders of the Schengen area will be shut until September.

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Update (1030ET): As WSJ reports, Florida joined the ranks of US states easing restrictions related to the coronavirus outbreak, while Italy allowed factories to reopen along with more stores while allowing Italians to visit relatives.

The first phase of Florida’s reopening plan calls for restaurants and shops in most parts of the state – with the notable exception of a few counties in South Florida – to operate at 25% of their indoor capacity starting Monday. Schools, bars, gyms and salons will remain closed.

Even in parts of the US where restrictions likely won’t start to be lifted for a couple more weeks or longer, local officials are starting to draw up plans to move even faster than their governors might ideally like. As WSJ points out, two California counties, Sutter and Yuba, have said some businesses including salons, spas and tattoo parlors can open Monday under “modified” guidelines.

As we mentioned earlier, most Italians were allowed to see family members for the first time in almost two months on Monday. They were also allowed to restart exercising in parks, while also being permitted to enter restaurants to pick up takeout (like they say, it’s the little things that count).

After allowing children to play outside for the first time last week, Spain permitted hairdressers, beauty salons and small shops to open by appointment only on Monday.

Greece, Belgium, India, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Thailand also lifted some restrictions, allowing certain businesses and government offices to reopen after weeks of closure. German students in their final year of school were allowed to return to their classrooms.

France, which is being extremely cautious and slow with lifting its lockdown, is stretching that out even further. The country’s Labor Minister said people who can should work from home until at least mid-summer.

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As most of the US and most of Europe start yet another week under lockdown, the FT reports that the rate of global coronavirus deaths slowed for the fifth straight day: The worldwide single-day total of deaths reported yesterday (typically, those deaths occurred during the prior 24 hour period) hit 3,481, falling for the fifth day in a row.

Sunday’s total represents the smallest daily increase in deaths since the end of March, reflecting trends seen in New York, the UK, Italy and elsewhere on Sunday.

Globally, the number of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases climbed by 82,260 yesterday, the biggest spike on a Sunday since the pandemic began. It brought the total number of ‘confirmed’ infections to 3.4 million, with hundreds of thousands more potentially left uncounted.

The US suffered an additional 1,158 deaths to push the total there to 61,760. This is the lowest daily figure since April 6, though the US still accounts for a third of all daily fatalities.

Meanwhile, in Japan, PM Shinzo Abe has made it official.

As was widely expected, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe officially extended Japan’s nationwide state of emergency – which had been due to expire on Wednesday – through May 31.

While Japan has escaped the massive death tolls seen in Europe and the US, the number of confirmed cases has exploded over the last month, a sign that the world’s third-largest economy is still struggling with the first wave of the virus, which has now burrowed deep into Japanese society, according to Nikkei.

While Tokyo hasn’t been devastated by the virus on the level of NYC or Wuhan, the spike in infections has left hospital systems strained around the country.

“Nearly one more month is needed to improve the medical system, which has been stretched thin,” Abe told reporters at a news conference on Monday evening. “The reduction of new infections has still not attained the necessary level.”

Abe promised that a panel would examine the effectiveness of the state of emergency, and if allowable, would order it to be lifted before the May 31 deadline if enough progress has been made.

While Japan ramps up its restrictions, Spain is heading for a political confrontation over its lockdown – possibly the most restrictive in Europe – as the death toll lingers near its lowest point since the outbreak began.

It had been taken as a given that PM Pedro Sanchez would manage to win the votes for a planned two-week extension of the lockdown. However, the main leader of the opposition in the Spanish Parliament – a lawmaker named Pablo Casado – claims his People’s Party (a center-right party) plans to vote against the extension, which gives Sanchez extraordinary power to rule by decree.

Sanchez argues that the lockdown must be lifted gradually to guarantee that the progress the country has made will be protected: According to health ministry figures released on Monday, the daily death toll remained at 164 for the second consecutive day, the lowest level since March 18, when the lockdown was just 3 days old.

Iran is set to hold Friday prayers this week and has re-opened mosques in a handful of towns believed to pose a low risk to public health after about two months of closure. Though the reopenings come with rules: Worshippers can spend a maximum of half an hour in mosques and have to wear face masks and gloves.

Iran’s death toll reached 6,277 on Monday, up from 6,203 a day before. A total of 98,647 individuals have now tested positive.

Last night, a US intel leak appeared to confirm what many China hawks had already suspected: That China withheld information – like the confirmation of human-to-human transmission – and used the time to hoard PPE and other medical supplies, which would explain the inexplicable global shortage that seemed to already be in place by the time American buyers started finding that warehouses had already been mysteriously emptied.

Now, as the UK reconsiders its decision to allow telelcoms components manufactured by Huawei to be used as part of its 5G network, the British Defense Minister said Monday that China has some explaining to do about the US report cited above – though he added that there would be time for an inquiry after all of this is over.

NYT Publishes Grim CDC Projections Calling For Daily Coronavirus Deaths To Double By June

Update (1320ET): Unsurprisingly, the White House has rebutted the NYT report – which claimed that these projections represented ‘current conditions on the ground, so to speak – saying it doesn’t reflect current projections.

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Less than 12 hours after we predicted the news media would lose its mind over President Trump’s uttering a new “projected” death toll during a briefing with reporters Sunday evening. For the first time, Trump said he expects up to 100k deaths from the coronavirus outbreak, which is higher than figures he’s quoted in the past.

There’s no debate that the pace of deaths has slowed in the US in recent weeks.

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Yet, as Florida allows some businesses to reopen (albeit with strictly limited capacity) on Monday, the NYT has published “internal projections” from the CDC calling for average daily US deaths to accelerate to 3,000 a day by June 1. However, most of the hardest hit states are seeing cases and deaths decline, while some states are seeing a slight acceleration. Overall US mortality has plateaued. According to the CDC’s own coronavirus weekly summary, “nationally, levels of influenza-like illness (ILI) declined again this week. They have been below the national baseline for two weeks but remain elevated in the northeastern and northwestern part of the country. Levels of laboratory confirmed SARS-CoV-2 activity remained similar or decreased compared to last week.”

The NYT reported that the White House continues to expect up to 3,000 deaths a day in June while Trump continues to ‘press’ for states to reopen.

The report also claimed the projections “confirm” public health experts “primary fear” that a premature reopening will instigate a rebound putting us right back where we were in March.

As President Trump presses for states to reopen their economies, his administration is privately projecting a steady rise in the number of cases and deaths from coronavirus over the next several weeks, reaching about 3,000 daily deaths on June 1, according to an internal document obtained by The New York Times, nearly double from the current level of about 1,750.

The projections, based on modeling by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and pulled together in chart form by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, forecast about 200,000 new cases each day by the end of the month, up from about 25,000 cases now.

The numbers underscore a sobering reality: While the United States has been hunkered down for the past seven weeks, not much has changed. And the reopening to the economy will make matters worse.

“There remains a large number of counties whose burden continues to grow,” the C.D.C. warned.

The projections confirm the primary fear of public health experts: that a reopening of the economy will put the nation right back where it was in mid-March, when cases were rising so rapidly in some parts of the country that patients were dying on gurneys in hospital hallways as the health care system grew overloaded.

Notice the language the NYT has used: Characterizing the situation in the US by saying “not much has changed” simply doesn’t jive with the data, or with the lived experience of millions of Americans who took to public spaces and parks over the weekend to enjoy the good weather and sunshine.

But even states that have pressed ahead with reopening aren’t seeing anywhere near the activity they saw as recently as mid-March, just as the stay-at-home orders and lockdowns were beginning.

Trump smartly stopped egging on protesters and pushing states to reopen before federal guidelines say it’s acceptable. But at this point, the notion that these projections represent anything more than a “worst case” scenario for the CDC seems far-fetched.

TRAVEL PAPERS AND ELECTRONIC TRAVEL PERMITS ISSUE WORLDWIDE “Travel Papers” & The Pandemic Patriot Act 2.0 https://www.zerohedge.com/political/travel-papers-pandemic-patriot-act-20 On March 17th, a few days before New York issued a shelter in place order, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority issued “travel papers” to their employees to prepare for a potential coronavirus curfew. The NY Daily News reports: If non-emergency travel is restricted, workers can show law enforcement officials the letter if they’re stopped on the way to work. “This letter along with current New York City Transit identification identifies this individual as an essential employee who is required to travel during the curfew imposed due to the Coronavirus emergency,” states the letter, which is signed by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Police Department’s acting chief Joseph McGrann. “Please give this individual due consideration during this crisis.” It seems like the DoJ is itching to suspend the Constitution. Jordan also is issuing “permits” for moving around during the curfew. https://en.royanews.tv/news/20394/2020-03-24 With regard to the movement permits currently in place to those whose work nature requires so, they will be canceled as of next Thursday evening and will be replaced with electronic permits.

The mechanism for obtaining them will be announced later. The government warned against movement permits forgery or giving permits to others to use them. By far, the biggest surveillance state is now China. https://time.com/5735411/china-surveillance-privacy-issues/ Eight of the top 10 most surveilled cities in the world are in China, according to Comparitech, as the world’s No. 2 economy rolls out an unparalleled system of social control. Facial–recognition software is used to access office buildings, snare criminals and even shame jaywalkers at busy intersections.

China today is a harbinger of what society looks like when surveillance proliferates unchecked. But while few nations have embraced surveillance the way China has, it is far from alone. Surveillance has become an everyday part of life in most developed societies, aided by an explosion in AI-powered facial–recognition technology. Last year, London police made their first arrest based on facial recognition by cross-referencing photos of pedestrians in tourist hot spots with a database of known felons. A few months earlier, a trial of facial–recognition software by police in New Delhi reportedly recognized 3,000 missing children in just four days. In August, a wanted drug trafficker was captured in Brazil after facial recognition software spotted him at a subway station. The technology is widespread in the U.S. too. It has aided in the arrest of alleged credit-card swindlers in Colorado and a suspected rapist in Pennsylvania. On December 17, 2019, the New York Times ran an article on the state of surveillance tech. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/17/technology/china-surveillance.html China is ramping up its ability to spy on its nearly 1.4 billion people to new and disturbing levels, giving the world a blueprint for how to build a digital totalitarian state. Chinese authorities are knitting together old and state-of-the-art technologies — phone scanners, facial-recognition cameras, face and fingerprint databases and many others — into sweeping tools for authoritarian control, according to police and private databases examined by The New York Times. Once combined and fully operational, the tools can help police grab the identities of people as they walk down the street, find out who they are meeting with and identify who does and doesn’t belong to the Communist Party.

The United States and other countries use some of the same techniques to track terrorists or drug lords. Chinese cities want to use them to track everybody. In the world of “mark of the beast” surveillance, everyone will be considered a terrorist until proven ‘not guilty’ through having voluntarily accepted an implanted tracking device. Israel is using the coronavirus outbreak to implement China’s draconian surveillance. The average phone has 14 sensors collecting data on its owner’s ‘micro-environment,’ says systems engineer whose firm is helping the Israeli government. https://www.timesofisrael.com/how-digital-surveillance-in-virus-fight-watchesyou-more-closely-than-any-gps/ Coronavirus phone tracking doesn’t just tell governments more or less where their citizens are, but can also show the phone owners’ “micro-environment” and provide a treasure trove of information about their physical surroundings, a systems engineer behind key technology being used in the battle against the spread of coronavirus has revealed.

He said that Neura [his company] is working with health organizations in several countries, and “helping” the government in Israel, though he agreed only to discuss his company’s work in general terms without going into the specifics of its role in Israel. processes build a highly accurate picture of exactly where an infected person has been. It uses precise levels of ambient light and other characteristics of the environment, along with information like what WiFi networks and Bluetooth devices were available at what signal strength, regardless of whether or not the person in question was connected. Motion sensors are a giveaway if people were in the same car or on the same bus or train. Neura’s algorithms trawl the cellphone information collected by governments and determine who else was in an identical setting — something that can normally be determined even if a phone was in a pocket or a bag. When there is a match, authorities see it on their systems and can choose to place that person in quarantine. “We are finders of needles in haystacks,” said [vice president of Neura] Shaashua, whose technology is normally used by companies that want artificial intelligence to improve customer relations.

He said his company knows nothing about the people whose smartphone data it analyzes, not even their names or phone numbers. Governments tell the company who has the coronavirus by flagging up their phone with an “anonymized token,” and a similar token is used by Neura to identify the phones of people who may need to be quarantined. He said that this same “anonymized” data is setting the tone of what national leaders are saying to their citizens. Neura takes the raw data and gives authorities a picture of how citizens have been behaving — how much they have been moving around, to what extent they are gathering and in what scale of the crowd, and what kind of environments they are in.

It can even provide statistics on how far people are staying from others, to determine how well social distancing rules are being observed. In other words, electronic surveillance is now a leash on every citizen in every country where this technology is being used! Data that Neura processes is proving useful not only to government health ministries and health organizations that are sending people into quarantine but also to political speechwriters, he indicated, with the messaging delivered by leaders seen by the public on evening newscasts and elsewhere potentially guided by the picture of national behavior gathered from the day’s cellphone data. “It helps decision-makers to understand what messaging works and what messaging doesn’t,” he said, adding that it can be used far beyond politicians’ speeches, in all aspects of the public campaign. In a state that uses tracking, if a leader rebukes people for going to beaches and parks it won’t be based on photographs or social media reports, but rather based on data from phones that recognize beach-like or park-like environments, Shaashua said. This is not the mark of the beast but its predecessor. The mark of the beast is the voluntary permission people will give to their state to track them in exchange for the privilege of surviving. Those who fail to give permission will be stalked, imprisoned and killed. Rev 2:10 Don’t be afraid of the things which you are about to suffer. Behold, the devil is about to throw some of you into prison, that you may be tested; and you will have oppression for ten days. Be faithful to death, and I will give you the crown of life.

As states crackdown around the country, with increasing legal penalties for people who put the public welfare at risk by venturing outdoors for no reason, or not taking the proper precautions, Baltimore appears to be readying for a crackdown as some residents steadfastly refuse to follow curfews.

“As the number of positive cases in Maryland continues to dramatically rise, we need everyone to take this seriously. This is a public health crisis like nothing we have ever faced before – we are all in this together, and we will get through this together,” Hogan said in a statement.

Rumors reported on social media and elsewhere have hinted at the possibility of more restrictive measures, and, in some cases, something closely approximating martial law, with the national guard deployed in the streets. Though, to be fair, that’s already the reality in New York, Maryland, and nearly two dozen other states.

The World Is In Big Trouble, for Those That Believe We Will Go Back to Some Sense of Normal Life Here on Earth, You Will Be Sadly Disappointed, Seven and Half Years of Hell on Earth Which Began January 1, 2020

“Our courts oppose the righteous, and justice is nowhere to be found. Truth stumbles in the streets, and honesty has been outlawed” (Isa. 59:14, NLT)…We Turned Our Backs On GOD, Now We Have Been Left To Our Own Devices, Enjoy…

While Mainstream Media Continues to Push a False Narrative, Big Tech Has Keep the Truth From Coming out by Shadow Banning Conservatives, Christians, and Like-Minded People, Those Death Attributed to the Coronavirus Is a Result of Those Mentioned, They Truly Are Evil…

Source: HNewsWire ZeroHedge

StevieRay Hansen
Editor, HNewsWire.com
Watchmen does not confuse truth with consensus The Watchmen does not confuse God’s word with the word of those in power…

In police-state fashion, Big Tech took the list of accused (including this site), declared all those named guilty and promptly shadow-banned, de-platformed or de-monetized us all without coming clean about how they engineered the crushing of dissent, Now more than ever big Tech has exposed there hand engaging in devious underhanded tactics to make the sinister look saintly, one of Satan’s greatest weapons happens to be deceit…

The accumulating death toll from Covid-19 can be seen minute-by-minute on cable news channels. But there’s another death toll few seem to care much about: the number of poverty-related deaths being set in motion by deliberately plunging millions of Americans into poverty and despair.

American health care, as we call it today, and for all its high-tech miracles, has evolved into one of the most atrocious rackets the world has ever seen. By racket, I mean an enterprise organized explicitly to make money dishonestly.

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of the American Constitution I Don’t See Trump or His Administration Making Any Effort to Stop Satan Soldiers… Why Are We Dealing With a Symptom…

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  1. Patrick Galasso on May 5, 2020 at 11:06 am

    So, why have the governments around the world taken steps to lock down their societies and economies? Why is there so much fear that leaves many paralyzed in a corner?
    We’ve had much larger crisis in the past that never triggered the sorts of reactions going on in our society today. Businesses closed down, events cancelled, schools closed, groups prohibited, and people instructed to “shelter in place”. President Trump promised the cure would not be worse than the disease. My question is, does the risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection equal the response of government and society? What’s really going on here?

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