Creepy Joe is on a roll…
Creepy Joe is on a roll…
Just a quick reminder. If you live in California and feel motivated. Try the state capital in Sacramento Saturday, May 23, 2020. That’s tomorrow. High Noon
Hundreds + are going to protest to open up the state. Hundreds does not sound like a lot, but it’s a start.
Finally, conservatives are taking it to the streets.
* I should point out that opening up the state should not be a red or blue specific event. We all have something to lose. Democrats and liberals should join us in our task. We can pick up the politics later when regain our Freedom.
Prince Harry, 35, is not the brightest bulb.
Reporting for The Guardian on May 10, 2005, Steven Morris wrote:
Former teachers of Prince Harry at Eton College helped him cheat in his A-level art course because he was such a weak student, a tribunal was told yesterday.
One teacher allegedly prepared explanatory text to go with images produced by Harry while a second helped the prince insert the lines into a project.
The head of art at Eton also allegedly completed work for Harry which was later published in newspapers around the world.
As the prince began army officer training at Sandhurst yesterday, one of his former teachers, Sarah Forsyth, was claiming that his art exam result, which helped him get into the elite college, was flawed.
Ms Forsyth told an employment tribunal, where she is claiming unfair dismissal, that the evening before a moderator was due at the school to look at the students’ AS-level work – which counts towards their A-level grade – she was asked by the head of art, Ian Burke, to prepare text to go with some of Harry’s work for his Expressive Project, in which a pupil is required to explain some of his work and relate it to that of great artists.
Ms Forsyth said she was “profoundly shocked”, adding: “I was concerned that this was unethical and probably constituted cheating.”
She told the tribunal at Reading, Berkshire: “I assumed I had been asked to do this because Prince Harry was a weak student.”
Ms Forsyth, 30, said Harry’s failings as a student were well known at Eton and she had been told that a teacher who marked Harry’s entrance exam had been “desperate” to find points for which he could award marks.
She claims she was too frightened to disobey Mr Burke and did what was asked of her….
In a witness statement put before the tribunal, Ms Forsyth claimed Mr Burke finished off work for Harry which “featured in the newspapers”.
She did not specify in the statement which pictures she was referring to, but in June 2003 a photograph of Harry with two of his screen prints inspired by Aboriginal designs and colours was released to the media.
Prince Harry and Eton, of course, vehemently denied he’d cheated, but we now have clear evidence that he indeed is IQ-challenged.
On New Year’s Eve, Harry was pranked by two phone calls from Russian hoaxers, Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov, pretending to be Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teenager whom the Left idolize as their new climate change guru.
How stupid must you be to believe that a man with a Russian accent is a Swedish teenage girl?
In one of the phone calls, Fake Greta told Harry mining companies close to evil orange-man President Trump were exploiting a tropical island, Chunga-Changa.
Fake Greta: “Have you heard something about Chunga-Changa’s struggle. We’ve been there it is really terrible, have you heard something about it? Interesting.”
Harry: “I actually haven’t because I don’t really look at news anymore. That starts my day badly and finishes my day badly. I think it’s a very good idea.”
Chunga-Changa is the name of a Russian children’s song about a tropical island that doesn’t exist and where it is summer all year.
Harry was also pranked into promising to help move penguins from Belarus “to their native land, the North Pole” (The Sun):
Fake Greta: “Now we are dealing with an issue of moving penguins from Belarus to their native land, the North Pole. About 50 penguins were stuck at customs in Belarus. That’s terrible. And we are searching for some ship maybe to transport these poor penguins to their native land.”
Fake Greta’s fake dad: “North Pole…perhaps you have some contacts for people who can help us?”
Harry: “I do have a man who deals with the North Pole. He is in Norway, he can help as maybe he knows all the right people. I’ll give you the contacts on email.”
To begin, Belarus is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe. It has no sea port with ships that can transport the “poor penguins” to the North Pole or anywhere.
Then there is the matter of the penguins. The North Pole is not penguins’ native land. Penguins are native to Antarctica, which Harry should know because in 2013, he had participated in a charity trek to the South Pole.
In the hoax phonecall, Harry also trashed President Trump, calling Trump stupid, with “blood on his hands” because of his stance on climate change. He told fake Greta (Daily Mail):
“The mere fact that Donald Trump is pushing the coal industry is so big in America, he has blood on his hands. But Trump will want to meet you to make him look better but he won’t want to have a discussion about climate change with you because you will outsmart him.”
Although Harry thinks President Trump to “have blood on his hands” and his grifter wife Meghan Markle called Trump a misogynist and the pair had said they didn’t want to live in LA until Trump leaves office, that didn’t stop the opportunists from leaving Canada to settle precisely in Los Angeles.
Page Six reported on March 27, 2020, that the couple left their $14 million bolthole in Canada where they were couch-surfing and took a private jet to the Los Angeles area (where they are now couch-surfing in a mansion owned by director-producer Tyler Perry) after President Trump and Canadian PM Trudeau announced the borders were closing amid the coronavirus crisis.
Reportedly, the pair may need to ask Trump for “special help” for security protection because the UK taxpayer will no longer fund their guards following their decision to step down as senior royals. Had they remained part of the British royal family, they would have been entitled to protection from U.S. Secret Service agents during their time in America.
How stupid must you be to trash-talk the President of the very country you’re moving to, from whom you hope to secure protective guards.
President Trump lost no time in saying no to U.S. taxpayers paying for the toxic duo’s security protection. He tweeted on March 29:
“I am a great friend and admirer of the Queen & the United Kingdom. It was reported that Harry and Meghan, who left the Kingdom, would reside permanently in Canada. Now they have left Canada for the U.S. however, the U.S. will not pay for their security protection. They must pay!”
There is a petition that U.S. taxpayers not pay for Harry and Meghan’s $20 million security. The petition is aiming for 5,000 signatures; 3,539 people have signed. To sign the petition, go here.
There was also a White House petition to deny Harry a residency visa. Alas, the petition has received only 460 signatures and is now defunct.
From the YouTube video description: “Shocking moment New Jersey teacher tells teenagers to ‘die a long, painful death’ from coronavirus after they ignored stay-at-home orders to play football outside.”
School officials are now investigating Karen’s actions. Read the whole story here at Right Scoop.
I’ve been seeing a lot of the same story being told by various media outlets. All pushing the same narrative, “scientists confirm Covid–19 is not a man–made bioweapon”. It’s only fair that I show the other side of the argument.
There is a scientist that says covid-19 is man made and was released from Wuhan lab. The story was first published on March 2. 2020.
A Taiwanese scientist has claimed Chinese microbiologists probably created coronavirus in Wuhan, China.
Based on the virus unusual structure it is most likely “man made” and there is a theory coronavirus was somehow leaked or released from the Institute of Virology in Wuhan China, said Professor Fang Chi-tai from the National Taiwan University (NTU).
Professor Fang said China’s track record with safety standards and laboratory management has been questioned in the past.
The Professor claims it was very possible that the Wuhan Chinese scientists created the deadly virus by simply adding four amino acids to an existing bat virus, which therefore makes it much easier to transmit to people.
Professor Fang added, “The mutations found in the novel coronavirus are unusual in an academic sense.
“It is indeed possible that it is a man-made product.
“From an academic point of view, it is indeed possible that the amino acids were added to COVID-19 in the lab by humans.”
I should point out that Wuhan has the Wuhan Institute of Virology. It’s a level 4 laboratory that was used to store, handle and research samples of SARS, Ebola and other deadly infectious viruses. Fang mentioned the possibility of the virus being leaked from there due to gross mismanagement. Fang also said,
Analyses of the Covid-19 virus have shown that it had a 96% genetic similarity with an RaTG13 bat virus also stored at the institute, and that the Covid-19 could be “manufactured” by modifying the RaTG13 virus.
French researchers had discovered four more amino acids in the gene sequence of Covid-19 than other known coronaviruses, which could be added artificially to make the viral transmission easier.
The following was also mentioned,
In February Chinese scientist announced the true cause of the spread of coronavirus, who broke cover and said the oubreak started in a science laboratory in Wuhan yards away from a wet market.
A scientist told how a sick bat attacked the researchers and bled on them and urinated on another, they were then forced to quarantine themselves for 14 days.
Biologists Botao Xiao and Lei Xiao published a pre-print entitled “The possible origins of 2019-nCoV coronavirus.”
The report describes how “the killer coronavirus probably originated from a laboratory in Wuhan.
“We noted two laboratories conducting research on bat coronavirus in Wuhan, one of which was only 280 metres from the seafood market.
“We briefly examined the histories of the laboratories and proposed that the coronavirus probably originated from a laboratory.
For additional evidence of human influence in the Coronavirus, I’ve provided a link to a PDF file titled “Evidence for RNA editing in the transcriptome of 2019 Novel Coronavirus”.
It comes from bioRxiv. You won’t hear anything about this in main stream news. I’ve seen 1 article and it was an attempt to debunk the discovery by accusing the scientists of running a “shabby operation”. Still, the critic never said the discovery was inaccurate.
The 2019-nCoV outbreak has become a global health risk. Editing by host deaminases is an innate
15 restriction process to counter viruses, and it is not yet known whether it operates against
coronaviruses. Here we analyze RNA sequences from bronchoalveolar lavage fluids derived from
two Wuhan patients. We identify nucleotide changes that may be signatures of RNA editing:
Adenosine-to-Inosine changes from ADAR deaminases and Cytosine-to-Uracil changes from
APOBEC ones. A mutational analysis of genomes from different strains of human-hosted
Coronaviridae reveals patterns similar to the RNA editing pattern observed in the 2019-nCoV
transcriptomes. Our results suggest that both APOBECs and ADARs are involved in Coronavirus
genome editing, a process that may shape the fate of both virus and patient.
The scientist behind this discovery are Salvatore Di Giorgio, Filippo Martignano, Maria Gabriella Torcia, Giorgio Mattiuz, Silvestro G. Conticello.
Core Research Laboratory, ISPRO, Firenze, 50139, Italy.
Department of Medical Biotechnologies, University of Siena, Siena, 53100, Italy.
Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine, University of Florence, Firenze 50139, Italy
Institute of Clinical Physiology, National Research Council, 56124, Pisa, Italy.
* bioRxiv is a preprint server for Biology. . Articles are not peer-reviewed, edited, or typeset before being posted online. However, all articles undergo a basic screening process for offensive and/or non-scientific content and for material that might pose a health or biosecurity risk and are checked for plagiarism. No endorsement of an article’s methods, assumptions, conclusions, or scientific quality by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is implied by its appearance in bioRxiv. An article may be posted prior to, or concurrently with, submission to a journal but should not be posted if it has already been accepted for publication by a journal.
To read complete PDF click here.
Click on COVID-19 SARS-CoV-2 preprints from medRxiv and bioRxiv to view 791 Articles (599 medRxiv, 192 bioRxiv) on Covid-19 and Sars Cov-2.
Anyone wanting to jump deeper into the rabbit hole can click the link below. It’s a link to one of my personal research archives. The document is titled “Patents filed that mentions “coronavirus” before year 2000. It contains links to at least 200 patents where the coronavirus is mentioned. Also included are patent owner, affiliations and all relevant information. All filed before the year 2000. Too much to post here at FOTM. (It’s just an archive. Any questions or comments related to the archive must be made here at FOTM).
For access click here. You will be asked to provide a password. Enter “corona”.
Any one who watches this show should not be allowed to vote…
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From Yahoo: Alicia Hobson’s 11-year-old daughter, Azlyn, was counting down the days until the Valentine’s Day dance at her Utah middle school. “She was so excited she could barely sleep,” Hobson told TODAY Parents, noting that the sixth-grader picked out her outfit a week ahead of time. “It was supposed to be the best day ever,” Hobson, 37, said.
But it wasn’t.
That afternoon, when Azlyn got home, she had an “emotional explosion” in the kitchen, while recounting how a boy who makes her uncomfortable had asked her to dance.
“She politely said, ‘No thank you,’” Hobson revealed. The problem? At Rich Middle School in Laketown, Utah, it’s against the rules to say “no,” and principal Kip Motta allegedly intervened when he heard Azlyn decline the invitation at the dance.
“He said something like, ‘No, no. You kids go out and dance,’” Hobson revealed. “He basically shooed Azlyn and the boy off onto the dance floor.”
Azlyn told her mother she “hated every minute” and was “so relieved” when the song finally ended.
Motta and Rich School District Superintendent Dale Lamborn did not immediately respond to emails seeking comment. But Motta stood by the school’s policy in a letter to Hobson.
“We do ask all students to dance. It is the nice thing to do and this will continue to be our policy,” Motta wrote on Feb. 15. “There have been similar situations in the past where some students have felt uncomfortable with others, and, as stated prior, the issues were discreetly handled. This allowed all students to feel welcome, comfortable, safe, and included.”
Motta added that Hobson always has the option to check Azlyn out of school during dances, which are held in the daytime.
Hobson isn’t satisfied with Motta’s response — she wants the policy revised and will go to the Utah Board of Education if it isn’t.
“Girls HAVE to learn that they have the right to say no and that those around them have to respect that,” Hobson wrote on Facebook. “I’m not going to quietly stand by while my daughter and all of her classmates are being wrapped up in rape culture. No way.”
Read the whole story here.
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From KTLA: A Pennsylvania elementary school called the police after a kindergartner with Down syndrome made a finger gun at her teacher. Officials concluded there wasn’t a threat, but the girl’s mother said they went too far.
Maggie Gaines called on the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District to update its threat assessment policy after her 6-year-old daughter Margot was questioned by administrators for making a gun gesture at her elementary school teacher and pretended to shoot her.
Gaines said it was a harmless expression of anger. But Margot’s school in southeast Pennsylvania determined her actions appeared threatening, so they conducted a threat assessment.
Administrators concluded that Margot made a “transient threat” and didn’t intend to harm anyone, but they still called Tredyffrin police.
The district said calling law enforcement is part of its safety protocol. But Gaines said that in her daughter’s case, the district misinterpreted its own policy. “It was very clear from the beginning that she didn’t understand what she was saying,” Gaines told CNN affiliate KYW. “Her having Down syndrome is one aspect of it, but I’m sure most six year olds don’t understand what that means.”
She said police filed a report on the incident that mentioned Margot by name. Tredyffrin police didn’t immediately respond to CNN’s requests for comment, but the school district told CNN that police didn’t create criminal or juvenile records for Margot.
The incident occurred in November, but Gaines didn’t take her grievances to the school board until late last month. An organization that advocates for local children with learning disabilities shared her statement to the school board.
“I am well aware that we live in a time when parents are concerned for their children’s safety in school,” she wrote in her letter to the school board, citing the mass shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. “But I also think our society and our schools across the country have overreacted with respect to perceived threats, resulting in even finger guns wielded by kindergarteners being viewed as cause to alert authorities.”
Gaines asked board members to clarify the district’s current threat assessment protocol.
Per the threat assessment materials the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District has made available online, a team of administrators, counselors, school psychologists and other staff will oversee the assessment and consult with law enforcement to determine the risk.
The district doesn’t define what constitutes threatening behavior other than that it “appears to be a threat to students or others.”
The school district told CNN it agreed to review the safety practices after Gaines brought them up at the school board policy meeting, though it disputed her characterization of how police were involved in her daughter’s case.
“Requesting a police consultation allows agencies to confer and use the information they have to plan for appropriate supports,” the district said in its statement to CNN. “It is not the same as making a police report and asking for an investigation.”
The consultation didn’t involve police with Margot, and her school didn’t request a further police investigation, the district said.
In 2019, Pennsylvania lawmakers passed a bill that required all schools in the state to establish threat assessment teams. According to state guidelines to help schools develop their own safety measures, the most commonly reported incidents can be handled by school personnel, without law enforcement intervention.