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US Coronavirus Death Toll Soars Past 40k Amid Flood Of Nursing-Home Deaths

Summary:

  • Singapore, Russia report big upticks in new cases
  • NY reports drop in deaths
  • Cuomo: “We’re on the downward slope”
  • Spain, UK see big drop in deaths
  • PA reports jump in new cases, deaths
  • Putin offers words of encouragement for Russians celebrating Easter in isolation
  • South Korea considers extending social distancing guidelines despite drop in new cases
  • Turkey passes Iran as worst-hit country in ME
  • US death toll passes 40k
  • Italy sees slowdown in new cases, deaths

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Update (1410 ET): The US has reached another ignominious milestone: The countrywide death toll has surpassed 40k.

That’s according to an official toll kept by Reuters, which also found that the US case count was nearing 760k.

Notably, PA warned earlier that it was adding nearly 300 new deaths to the statewide death toll, many of which occurred earlier this month, but were never tested.

There have been a couple of other interesting developments in the past few hours: Turkey has surpassed Iran as the Middle Eastern country with the largest total of coronavirus cases.

Turkey reported 3,977 new cases on Sunday, along with 127 new deaths. That was for a total of 86,306 cases and 2,017 deaths. By the same totals, Iran is just around 86k.

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Meanwhile, New York State continued its frustrating practice of releasing its data in drips and drabs, releasing its latest daily positive test totals – it was 6,054 for the last 24 hours – which brought the total to 242,786. Cuomo announced the death toll hours ago.

Update (1315ET): Eager not to sound too triumphant following the latest optimistic coronavirus figures, French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday that he expects France’s economy to contract around 10% in 2020 (keep in mind, nearly all estimates of growth/contraction for 2020 are, at this point, probably based almost entirely on guessswork). He also said that he was weighing whether to pass legislation to make wearing a mask on public transit a legal requirement, subjecting those who aren’t wearing a mask to fines and potential imprisonment.

Back in New York, Cuomo reiterated several of his points from the last few days, namely that the state intends to proceed with widespread antibody testing as soon as possible (a strategy that might produce some unpleasant surprises, according to recent data) while also again bashing the federal government for failing to supply the state with an endless river of tests. Any NY reopening plan must be firmly rooted in testing, Cuomo said (despite Dr. Fauci’s comment that testing everybody doesn’t need to be a priority to reopen the economy).

Finally, PA reported a jump in new cases and deaths that reflected new cases from earlier this month that had initially been left out of official totals.

  • PENN. REPORTS 276 NEW DEATHS, REFLECTING DEATHS FROM EARLY APR
  • PENNSYLVANIA REPORTS 1,215 NEW CASES, BRINGING TOTAL TO 32,284

Many of these involved patients and residents in managed-care facilities like – you guessed it – nursing homes…

The charts are quite striking. To say that NY/NJ is the epicenter is almost an understatement.Quote Tweet

Byron York@ByronYork · 11hFrom Dr. Birx at yesterday’s White House briefing.

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Update (1255ET): Italy reported 3,047 new cases of coronavirus and 433 new deaths over the last 24 hours on Sunday afternoon, yet another notable lowdown in deaths that will help the government led by PM Giuseppe Conte make the case that its decision to start slowly lifting the lockdown is working out.

The new numbers have brought the Italian total to 178,972 cases, and 23,660 deaths.

Meanwhile, Sunday’s latest round of figures out of NY show what’s contributing to the continued drop in hospitalizations and ICU intubations.

And finally, the arch of new cases and deaths….

Before we go, here’s an updated map comparing the arc of outbreaks in different states and different countries.

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We’ve managed to do another update again on our chart with the development of active cases #covid19 for selected countries plus New York State.

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Update (1225ET): Andrew Cuomo kicked off his slightly-delayed Sunday morning press briefing by announcing that the state recorded only 507 COVID-19-related deaths during the past 24 hours, the lowest single-day reading since April 6.

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At the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in Manhasset giving an update on #Coronavirus. Watch live: https://www.pscp.tv/w/cWsepzIyNjcxMDN8MWdxeHZFblhYRWFKQpcY1sEu6OG1nFV91HZxJeK1fkLrXxWHByA36hB-yRhl …Andrew Cuomo @NYGovCuomoAt the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in Manhasset giving an update on #Coronavirus. Watch live:pscp.tv1,35111:13 AM – Apr 19, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy638 people are talking about this

Elsewhere, while new cases in Singapore soared, France saw its latest daily death toll shrink to its slowest level in three weeks, the latest optimistic headline out of Europe.

As Cuomo continued on, he insisted that, after more than a week of mostly encouraging numbers, “we believe NY is past the peak and we are now descending the other side of the mountain.”

So, the US is finally joining Europe at the top of the “downward slope” – for round one, at least.

Regardless, even the best-case scenario for the US calls for another six weeks of “la quarantena”. And Italy, Spain and France are, realistically, not that much further ahead, despite governments in both countries taking the first tentative steps toward reopening.

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One day after Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez announced plans to extend what is about to become a strict, six-week-long countrywide lockdown until May 9, health authorities declared another drop in the rate of new COVID-19 cases and deaths, while also reporting an encouraging drop in patients in severe condition, suggesting that the country’s dramatic efforts have worked – even if doubts remain about the accuracy of the government’s figures.

Of particular concern to lawmakers, particularly members of the Spanish opposition, are the numbers of deaths that have occurred in nursing homes and other private facilities that are especially susceptible to the virus, and whether or not they are accurate, or even whether the government is deliberately trying to obscure the death toll to keep the mortality rate, an already outrageous 10%, from climbing even higher.

To be sure, many experts suspect these double-digit mortality rates seen in Spain, but also in other countries including Italy and the UK, are a sign that the virus is much more widespread than official tallies reflect. The countries with the most thorough testing – countries like Germany and South Korea – have kept their mortality rates at a fraction of 1%, which is certainly encouraging. In the US, the mortality rate has been pretty steady, though it ticked up to ~5% this week.

As the debate over accurate accounting rages in Spain, Sanchez asked parliament during a televised address last night to pass a plan to extend the lockdown but begin easing some of the more-strict measures like one requiring children to remain in the house. The PM hopes to have them playing outside again by the end of the month.

Now, to conveniently support his argument for why Parliament should support his plan, the health ministry has reported its lowest single-day death toll in a month.

Things were also looking fairly rosy in the UK, which reported another 596 hospital deaths, a drop of nearly 300 from yesterday’s tally.

Department of Health and Social Care@DHSCgovuk

As of 9am 19 April, 482,063 tests have concluded, with 21,626 tests on 18 April.

372,967 people have been tested of which 120,067 tested positive.

As of 5pm on 18 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 16,060 have sadly died.

As of 9am 19 April, 482,063 tests have concluded, with 21,626 tests on 18 April. 

372,967 people have been tested of which 120,067 tested positive. 

As of 5pm on 18 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 16,060 have sadly died.

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Elsewhere, in Russia, President Vladimir Putin is being forced to reckon with the reality that SARS-CoV-2 has penetrated Russian society to a much deeper extent than had been previously believed. The rate with which new cases are being reported continued to accelerate on Sunday, as health officials counted 6,060 new cases over the past 24 hours, another record count. The 16% jump brought the country’s total to 42,853. Meanwhile, a total of 361 people have died from the virus. President Vladimir Putin has warned that the outbreak is not yet close to peaking, even after imposing a national lockdown last month.

“This year, [Easter] is being celebrated amid forced restrictions,” Putin said on Sunday, which is the traditional Easter celebration day for all Orthodox Christian churches, like the Greeks and the Russians, among others.

“These are essential in fighting the spread of the disease,” Putin said about the government’s lockdowns and social-distancing guidelines.

Signs of real progress in Europe and the US (not to mention South Korea and a handful of other countries that acted aggressively and achieved outstanding results) have helped ease the sense of terror brought about by a lingering uncertainty: As Gov Cuomo put it, America now knows for sure that these measures – social distancing and lockdowns – have been working to contain the virus.

The question now is ‘to what degree?’, and will we risk a serious relapse if America starts reopening in the next few weeks? However, with Japan enduring a sudden and surprisingly harsh resurgence, and even China doing its level-best to tamp down any reports of new clusters discovered since “the Great Reopening” began, more countries are starting to second-guess their decisions, and on Sunday, South Korea decided to extend its ‘social distancing’ campaigns – just in case.

News this morning about a Hormel-owned food processing plant shutting down are raising fears that, should the lockdown drag on for much longer inside the US, the tears at the social fabric might start to widen.

And as Trump’s critics continue to deride reports about the virus potentially having leaked from a bio-lab, Australia on Sunday called for an “independent, international inquiry” into the origins of the coronavirus in Wuhan, and officials even signaled that the country’s relationship with China – which has helped fuel Australia’s 3-decade economic boom, an expansion virtually unrivaled in modern times – “will change”. And it doesn’t sound likely that they’ll be changing for the better.

More alarming even than Russia and China, however, is Singapore. The city-state won plaudits for containing the coronavirus early on with strict contact-tracing protocols that required contacts to be identified within 2 hours. But for some inexplicable reason, the densely populated city saw its total case count grow by 160% over the past week, with officials reporting hundreds of new infections on Friday and over the weekend, a revelation that is simply staggering in light of the strict lockdown measures that the country is currently under. The country reported a jump of almost 1k new cases on Saturday, as we noted at the time, with most of the new cases tied to packed migrant-worker apartments that are basically like college dorms.

Turkey’s coronavirus case total nears China’s total

Turkey’s coronavirus cases overtake Iran, highest in Middle EastAn increase of 3,783 cases in the last 24 hours also pushed Turkey’s confirmed tally within a few hundred of China, where the novel coronavirus first emergedhaaretz.com

This is the latest list of L.A. County communities with coronavirus cases

This is the latest list of L.A. County communities with coronavirus casesL.A. County has had more than 570 coronavirus-related deaths and a total of 12,051 cases.latimes.com


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Splashed across the front page of the Saturday edition of the Telegraph is a story claiming the number of deaths in nursing homes is ~3,700% higher than government figures reflect.


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·7m‘God Did Not Do That’: Gov. Cuomo Tries To Steal Glory from God for Flattening Curve

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‘God Did Not Do That’: Gov. Cuomo Tries To Steal Glory from God for Flattening CurveDuring a Monday news conference, Gov. Cuomo managed to alienate many New Yorkers with his words about the role religion played in the COVID-19 crisis.westernjournal.com

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Update (1540ET): Cuomo has finally released the new case numbers for Saturday, reporting 7,090 new cases, bringing the total to 13,362. As we reported earlier, the state confirmed only 540 coronavirus-linked deaths on Thursday, the lowest number since April 1.

Total of 236,732 cases and 13,362 deaths.

Replying to @TheRealMaradkel Yeah, the addition of these 3,778 “probable” #COVID19 deaths to the NYC death toll in a single day was very telling about what’s going on (in terms of deception) in that state! Here is the official NYC Weekly Report on COVID19 deaths:

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Summary:

  • Spain death toll tops 20k, joining US & Italy
  • The report claims 7,500 died uncounted in UK nursing homes
  • US total cases pass 700k, deaths near 40k
  • NYPost claims nursing home deaths in NY went uncounted
  • Spain extends lockdown by 2 weeks
  • Saudi Arabia reports record new cases for 4th day in a row
  • Cali releases data on nursing home outbreaks
  • NJ Gov: “we’re flattening the curve”
  • Sweden reports 606 new cases
  • Belgium reports 1,000+ cases
  • Cali reports the latest update
  • Cuomo reports fewer than 500 deaths in NYS
  • Japan case total passes 10k
  • Italy reports drop in new cases, deaths, hospitalizations
  • Phoenix TV station warns of undercounting of deaths
  • Dr. Fauci says tests ‘aren’t everything’ when reopening states
  • Iran death toll crosses 5k as country’s reopening begins
  • The UK reports another ~900 deaths

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Update (1600ET): California reported 87 new deaths, bringing its statewide total to 1,072.

Watch Gov Newsom’s press briefing below:

TUNE IN NOW. https://t.co/3UyYQD1o6a— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) April 18, 2020

California has confirmed 28,963 cases of COVID-19, Newsom said. Of those, 3,221 of those cases are in our hospitals, with 1,173 of those in the ICU.

Meanwhile, as the issue of outbreaks in nursing homes and the lack of transparency and accountability becomes an international issue, the LAT reported earlier on Saturday that the Department of Health for the state of California has released new numbers on nursing home outbreaks, mirroring a move earlier by the State of New York.

More than 30% of patients who died in LA County were residents of assisted-care facilities, while more than 70% of deaths in Long Beach were nursing home residents. The California Health Department listed the names of 261 skilled-nursing facilities across the state with more than 3,000 positive cases among residents and staff. However, the “snapshot” only included 86% of the state’s 1,224 skilled-nursing facilities that have reported data within the last 24 hours.

One of the worst-hit homes was Brier Oak on Sunset in LA, where 80 residents and 62 staff members have tested positive. The Country Villa South Convalescent Center in Palms has had 58 patients and 15 staff infected, while the Garden Crest Rehabilitation Center in Silver Lake has had 35 each of patients and staff.

Earlier, we noted today’s giant jump in Singapore’s case total illustrating how ridiculous the idea of reopening the economy seems right now.

Los Angeles County Suffers Deadliest Day Yet As COVID-19 Kills 81

Summary:

  • Spain death toll tops 20k, joining US & Italy
  • Report claims 7,500 died uncounted in UK nursing homes
  • US total cases passes 700k, deaths near 40k
  • NYPost claims nursing home deaths in NY went uncounted
  • South Africa reports largest daily increase so far
  • LA reports record jump in deaths
  • Spain extends lockdown by 2 weeks
  • Saudi Arabia reports record new cases for 4th day in a row
  • Cali releases data on nursing home outbreaks
  • NJ Gov: “we’re flattening the curve”
  • Sweden reports 606 new cases
  • Belgium reports 1,000+ cases
  • Cali reports latest update
  • Cuomo reports fewer than 500 deaths in NYS
  • Japan case total passes 10k
  • Italy reports drop in new cases, deaths, hospitalizations
  • Phoenix TV station warns of undercounting of deaths
  • Dr. Fauci says tests ‘aren’t everything’ when reopening states
  • Iran death toll crosses 5k as country’s reopening begins
  • UK reports another ~900 deaths

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Update (1910ET): No sooner did we highlight the rash of new deaths and cases reported in California nursing homes than LA County revealed that it suffered its deadliest streak yet during the last 24 hours, reporting 81 deaths, along with a huge jump in cases (642).

That brings the total to 576 deaths and 12,021 cases.

In a statement, Dr. Barbara Ferrer, the director of the Department of Public Health, specifically cited nursing homes as a source of particular concern for county health officials.

“Today marks a very sad milestone for our county, we are reporting the highest number of COVID-19 deaths for any one day since the beginning of the pandemic, and our deepest condolences go out to each and every person grieving the loss of their loved ones,” she said in a statement.

She also pointed out that the number of deaths in the county have doubled in a week, a trend that has been seen in other hot spots around the country.

“In this last week we have doubled the number of deaths that occurred among L.A. County residents,” she said. “We are especially concerned about the overwhelming number of residents residing in our nursing homes who have passed away.”

Ferrer noted that she’s requested additional support from the state and federal governments to ensure that nursing homes are as safe as possible for residents and employees.

“This includes asking for supplementary staffing and PPE, increased ability to test residents and employees, and improvements in infection control capacity at nursing homes,” she explained.

Of the total 576 deaths, 89% had underlying health conditions, Ferrer said. Information about race and ethnicity was available for 498 victims or about 93%. Of the deceased, 36% were Latinx residents, 29% were white, 17% were Asian, 16% were African American, and 3% identified as other races.

Outside of the US and Europe, South Africa reported 251 new COVID-19 infections, its largest single-day jump yet, bringing its total to 3,034 cases.

Norbert Elekes@NorbertElekes

Coronavirus update, Africa:

– South Africa: 251 new cases
– Ghana: 193 new cases
– Egypt: 188 new cases
– Morocco: 121 new cases
– Algeria: 116 new cases
– Ivory Coast: 113 new cases
– Nigeria: 49 new cases
– Mali: 45 new cases
– Sudan: 33 new cases
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Slowly but surely, the virus is spreading across Africa.

Update (1600ET): California reported 87 new deaths, bringing its statewide total to 1,072.

Watch Gov Newsom’s press briefing below:

Gavin Newsom@GavinNewsom

TUNE IN NOW. https://twitter.com/cagovernor/status/1251585514299260928 …Office of the Governor of California@CAgovernorLIVE NOW: Governor @GavinNewsom provides an update on Project Roomkey, the state’s initiative to provide safe isolation capacity for Californians experiencing homelessness in order to protect them & the state from #COVID19. https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1OwxWQOvbwQGQ …5832:01 PM – Apr 18, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy211 people are talking about this

California has confirmed 28,963 cases of COVID-19, Newsom said. Of those, 3,221 of those cases are in our hospitals, with 1,173 of those in the ICU.

Meanwhile, as the issue of outbreaks in nursing homes and the lack of transparency and accountability becomes an international issue, the LAT reported earlier on Saturday that the Department of Health for the state of California has released new numbers on nursing home outbreaks, mirroring a move earlier by the State of New York.

More than 30% of patients who died in LA County were residents of assisted-care facilities, while more than 70% of deaths in Long Beach were nursing home residents. The California Health Department listed the names of 261 skilled-nursing facilities across the state with more than 3,000 positive cases among residents and staff. However, the “snapshot” only included 86% of the state’s 1,224 skilled-nursing facilities that have reported data within the last 24 hours.

One of the worst-hit homes was Brier Oak on Sunset in LA, where 80 residents and 62 staff members have tested positive. The Country Villa South Convalescent Center in Palms has had 58 patients and 15 staff infected, while the Garden Crest Rehabilitation Center in Silver Lake has had 35 each of patients and staff.

Earlier, we noted today’s giant jump in Singapore’s case total illustrating how ridiculous the idea of reopening the economy seems right now.

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The state also reported 1,259 new cases and 125 new deaths, bringing its total cases closer to 30k, and its death toll closer to 1.5k.

As we wait for more news out of Springfield, as well as the capitals of other midwestern and west-coast states, here’s a reminder of today’s good news from NY:

Norbert Elekes@NorbertElekes

Good news from New York:

– Number of new cases down
– Number of new deaths down
– Number of hospitalized down
– Number of ICU patients down
– Number of intubations down
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Update (1445ET): Once again, as expected, Spain has officially extended what has been a five-week coronavirus lockdown until May 9, adding another 2 weeks, but plans to relax the lockdown, one of the most strict in the world, to allow children out of their homes before the end of this month.

Meanwhile, in yet another alarming acceleration in new cases, Sweden reported 606 cases of COVID-19 over the last 24 hours, and 111 deaths, bringing its totals to 13,822 cases and 1,511 deaths.

Sanchez said  Saturday night in an address that he would ask the Parliament to extended the state of alert, which have given Sanchez the extraordinary – some might say almost fascist – unilateral power to impose and enforce the lockdown, which Spain has down, dramatically lowering the number of newly confirmed cases, even if deaths have remained stubbornly high.

In New Jersey, the spread of coronavirus continued to slow, as hospitals reported more patients leaving than entering.

During a Saturday press conference, Gov. Phil Murphy said: “We are flattening the curve”…adding that NJ has recorded a slower rate of new infections and a slower rate of new hospitalizations…progress, even if there’s still a long way to go.

As we look around for more signs that the death toll or case count in the US might be under counting by thousands, we found a report aired by a Phoenix area news station claiming that first responders don’t have a protocol for reporting dead bodies suspected of dying from COVID-19, meaning dozens of these cases – the city’s firefighters have reported an unprecedented spike in dead body reports, likely due to COVID-19 – aren’t being marked as COVID-19-linked deaths.

Many times when God lifts us high, we forget Him and we get to the extend of mocking Him. God is almighty and never should He be mocked whatsoever……….He created us and thus He has the power and right to destroy us. Below are examples of some of the famous people who mocked God and met their destruction.

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John Lennon (1940-1980) did say in 1966, “Christianity will go. It will vanish and shrink. I needn’t argue about that. I’m right and I will be proved right. We’re more popular than Jesus now. I don’t know which will go first – rock n’ roll or Christianity.”   Fourteen years later, Lennon was shot dead by Mark David Chapman in New York City on December 8, 1980.

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Tancredo Neves (President of Brazil ): During the Presidential campaign, he said if he got 500,000 votes from his party, not even God would remove him from Presidency. Sure he got the votes, but he got sick a day before being made President, then he died.

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Cazuza (Bi-sexual Brazilian composer, singer and poet): During A show in Canecio (Rio de Janeiro) While smoking his cigarette, he puffed out some smoke into the air and said: “God, that’s for you.” He died at the age of 32 of LUNG CANCER in a horrible manner.

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The man who built the Titanic: After the construction of Titanic, a reporter asked him how safe the Titanic would be. With an ironic tone he said:”Not even God can sink it.” The result: I think you all know what happened to the Titanic.

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Marilyn Monroe (Actress) She was visited by Billy Graham during a presentation of a show. He said the Spirit of God had sent him to preach to her. After hearing what the Preacher had to say, she said:  “I don’t need your Jesus”. A week later, she was found dead in her apartment.

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Bon Scott (Singer) The ex-vocalist of the AC/DC. On one of his 1979 songs he sang: ‘Don’t stop me; I’m going down all the way, down the highway to hell’.  On the 19th of February 1980, Bon Scott was found dead, he had been choked by his own vomit.

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Campinas (IN 2005) In Campinas , Brazil a group of friends, drunk, went to pick up a friend….. The mother accompanied her to the car and was so worried about the drunkenness of her friends and she said to the daughter holding her hand, who was already seated in the car: “My Daughter, Go with God And May He Protect You.” She responded: “Only If He (God) Travels In The Trunk, Cause Inside Here…..It’s Already Full.”

Hours later, news came by that they had been involved in a fatal accident, everyone had died, the car could not be recognized what type of car it had been, but surprisingly, the trunk was intact. The police said there was no way the trunk could have remained intact. To their surprise, inside the trunk was a crate of eggs, and none was broken.

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Christine Hewitt (Jamaican Journalist and entertainer) said the Bible (Word of God) was the worst book ever written. In June 2006 she was found burnt beyond recognition in her motor vehicle. Many more important people have forgotten that there is no other name that was given so much authority as the name of Jesus.

It is written in the Bible: “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man sow,  that shall he also reap.” Galatians 6:7

The Lord responded; “Far be it from Me; for those who honor Me; I will honor, and those who despise Me shall be lightly esteemed” 1 Samuel 2:30

No one mocks God and go unpunished. Please be sure to share this “Note” with others, it is your kingdom responsibility! Just to name a few, the list is to long for the Article.

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Watchmen does not confuse truth with consensus The Watchmen does not confuse God’s word with the word of those in power…

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.

All the official reassurances won’t be worth a bucket of warm spit. The Globals are behind the CoronaVirus, It Is a Man-Made Bioweapon.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Have NOT Got The Memo Yet, “Pestilences” Has No Cure

The Coronavirus Was Most Certainly Produced by Crazy (Un-Godly) Men in Laboratories, WGO and CDC Knew All Along That the Coronavirus Was a Bioweapon, There’re in Charge?

Well-known medical expert Bill Gates did an AMA on Reddit (transcribed here), in which he casually drops some chilling ideas into the conversation: Ummm, people of God! Am I late? Did I miss this? Did we see this already? Digital certificates to identify those who got the #Covid19 vaccines and TO DO BUSINESS?

Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.

All in all, our freedoms are being swamped. Big corporations and states alike are setting boundaries on individual rights on a flimsy pretext.

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By StevieRay Hansen | August 9, 2020

and Congressmen in America Will Start Tested Positive for the “Pestilent“ God Speaking Not Many Listen… Rep. Rodney Davis Tests Positive for Coronavirus Taylorville Rep.…

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WE DO NOT IMPUTE SIN WHEN WE LOVE AS GOD DOES

By Edward O'Hara | August 9, 2020

Edward O’Hara Sun 8/9/2020 10:06 AM… Do you believe that God is love as John says in 1John4:7,8? And that because He is love He…

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Our Three Enemies Are Self, Society, and Satan Despite what Christian pacifists

By StevieRay Hansen | August 9, 2020

would have us believe, God is not a pacifist. The Bible is filled with examples of God taking bloody vengeance on His enemies (Isaiah 63:3–6; 65:12; Deuteronomy…

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Where Are God’s Warriors Today? Get Rid of Those Who Are Afraid

By StevieRay Hansen | August 9, 2020

War has been constant throughout history. Many have been conscripted into the armies of men. So, too, have the people of God been called to…

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UP-Date 8/9/2020 Christian Persecution Has Arrived in America, the Progressives

By StevieRay Hansen | August 9, 2020

Pushing The Envelope on Closing Down Christianity, Newsom’s ‘Tyrannical’ Order Closing California Churches… California Church Prepares to Face 1,000 Misdemeanor Citations for Worshipping During Lockdown…

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StevieRay Hansen

In his riveting memoir, "A Long Journey Home", StevieRay Hansen will lead you through his incredible journey from homeless kid to multimillionaire oilman willing to give a helping hand to other throwaway kids. Available on Amazon.

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