Posts Tagged ‘Pharisees what makes a lawful and godly marriage’
Forcing Christians to Condone Sin Is Tyranny- and a Violation of Their Rights Under God’s Law and Natural Law…
Do you understand what the elitist- YouTube, Facebook and Twitter think of you, your basement dwellers and deserve to be controlled, Christian are Hate Fill Morons and Big Tech Will Control You… Twitter – the very same platform that suspended us permanently for accurately predicting that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was likely at the middle of the ongoing global pandemic – is now taking its censorship to ludicrous levels. The service is now going to be asking users to “reconsider” responses to other users that include slurs, epithets or swear words, according to Bloomberg. We are all but certain this voluntary-sounding and discretionarily-enforced infringement on free speech will eventually lead to yet another wave of bans and suspensions for anyone whose ideology doesn’t fit the far left mold that Jack Dorsey and his Silicon Valley cronies are peddling that day of the week. The company Tweeted…Read More
Pestilence at Warp Speed—Lone Star Ticks Carrying a Virus That Could Be Fatal to Humans—Pharmaceutical Created Deadly Mix—Kill Shot Approved—NEXT?
HNewsWire-Lone star ticks harboring a virus that might be lethal to humans have been detected in Georgia, according to a new research published Wednesday. According to the Centers for Illness Control and Prevention, the Heartland virus is an emerging infectious disease that may produce symptoms such as fever, diarrhea, lethargy, muscle or joint pain, headache, nausea, and lack of appetite (CDC). Many people who have been identified with the Heartland virus have had to be hospitalized as a result of their symptoms, and others have died as a result of underlying health problems. There are presently no vaccinations or drugs that act to prevent or cure viral infection, and antibiotics are ineffective. Emory University researchers studying the Heartland virus found it is circulating among lone star ticks in central Georgia, offering fresh evidence for how the tick-borne virus may adapt…Read More