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Denver mayor tells people to stay home as he flies out for Thanksgiving

According to reports, the Democrat mayor of Denver, Michael Hancock, sent out a tweet telling the commoners living in his city to avoid travel and stay home for Thanksgiving. He then promptly caught a flight to visit his daughter living in Mississippi for a family Thanksgiving. The Daily Wire explains: On Wednesday morning, Denver mayor Michael Hancock’s Twitter account warned citizens that they should stay close to home for Thanksgiving and avoid travel. That tweet came before a flight on Wednesday that Hancock was taking to Houston to visit his daughter in Mississippi, 9Newsreported. Hancock, a Democrat, tweeted on Wednesday morning, “Pass the potatoes, not COVID. Stay home as much as you can, especially if you’re sick. Host virtual gatherings instead of in-person dinners. Avoid travel, if you can. Order your holiday meal from a local eatery. Shop online with a small business for ‪#BlackFriday.” READ: Denver Mayor Tweets, ‘Stay Home… Avoid Travel.’ Then He Takes Flight For Family Thanksgiving, Report Says. People in Colorado are tiring of the COVID-1984 lockdowns. One Colorado county just told the state’s Democrat …

The battle for the true meaning of Christmas continues

The American Nativity Scene (ANS) is an organization in the U.S. dedicated to having a nativity scene set up in every state legislature in America. The goal of ANS is to help keep Christ at the center of the Christmas season and it believes this is ultimately a fight for religious freedom. This year ANS announced that another four more states have agreed to displaying Nativity scenes on their legislative grounds bringing the total to 31. The new additions include: Idaho; Oklahoma; Nevada; West Virginia; and Possibly more will be added. Contrary, to what many people believe, it is not unconstitutional for a privately funded nativity scene to be set up on public property for the Christmas season. The Thomas More Society that provides free legal representation for ANS states that it is a first amendment religious freedom right and fundamentally an issue of Free Speech. In 2019, ANS reported that an additional eight capitols agreed to allow a Nativity scene bringing the total to 27, with 21 of the Nativity Scenes being provided by …

Communist China proposes world tracking system

Taking a page out of the Book of Revelation, Communist China’s tyrant for life, Xi Jinping, is proposing the world embrace a system using QR codes that would track every citizen of the world. He made the recommendation during a recent virtual meeting of the G20. His justification for this is to keep tabs on the spread of the COVID-1984 virus that originated in China. China has been using the system, that tracks people in real time, in a few of its cities as another layer of oppression.

Britain’s ‘illegal’ underground church movement

Reminiscent of the underground churches in Iran and Communist China, churches in Britain have been forced to secretly go underground to hold services in the face of the government’s COVID-1984 lockdowns. And they don’t use social media or texts to spread word about these illegal services, they do it the old-fashioned way — word of mouth — in order to avoid detection.

Left wing anarchists target Portland businesses, again

The rioting apparently hasn’t stopped in Portland, Oregon and on Friday night, Nov. 20, 2020, a small group of left-wing anarchists took to the streets vandalizing several small businesses. The Blaze explains: Destructive saboteurs purposely damaged at least two dozen businesses in Portland on Friday night. The Portland Police Bureau declared that the night of civil unrest resulted in “widespread destruction to businesses in Hollywood neighborhood.” The Portland Police Bureau stated that a “group of nearly 50 people gathered” and then “vandalized many businesses including many small businesses in their path.” The vandals were “dressed in all black and seen wearing helmets and carrying umbrellas.” READ: ‘Widespread destruction to businesses’ in Portland by violent black bloc vandals

Pathologist: ‘Utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians’

Dr. Roger Hodkinson is a Cambridge-trained virologist working in Canada. He recently made a presentation to the Edmonton City Council, the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta, that was considering extending its COVID-1984 mask mandate. He described the reaction to COVID, the lockdowns and mask demands, as “utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians.”

Grace Community Church vindicated after false accusation

While photographs have emerged of California’s Democrat Governor, Gavin Newsom, flaunting his state’s COVID regulations at a recent party, Grace Community Church was falsely accused of causing a COVID outbreak when three members of its 7,000 member congregation caught the virus. According to CBN, this resulted in the church facing additional outbreak restrictions from the city’s health department. As part of its lockdown, California has limited church attendance to 25% of capacity to a maximum of 100. However, the mega church, pastored by John MacArthur, chose to remain open and has fought several court cases as government officials trying to force its submission to the state’s COVID-1984 restrictions. But things took a turn at the end of October, when an article in the Los Angeles Times, entitled, Coronavirus outbreak strikes L.A. megachurch that defied public health orders, accused the church of having a COVID outbreak when three members caught COVID, because of the church’s refusal to obey the lockdown orders. Yes, they described it as an outbreak when just three people caught the virus. However, …

Video: Affidavit on alleged concerns with voting systems

The Democrats, along with many in the main stream media as well as left-wing anarchists have been criticizing US President Trump’s claims alleging voter fraud in the recent US Federal election. We have heard their side of the story, so now let’s hear the other side as presented by a member of the President Trump’s legal team, Sidney Powell. In an interview with Lou Dobbs of Fox News, Powell discussed a recent affidavit on voting systems used to count ballots.

Did Communist China use a microwave weapon on Indian troops?

According to the report in the Daily Mail, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) allegedly used a secret microwave weapon to “cook” Indian soldiers alive in the CCP’s attempt to seize Indian territory in the Himalaya mountains. The weapon works very similar to a kitchen microwave and heats water in the human body. Fortunately, the soldiers were able to flee before being killed.

Over 300k have fled New York City’s chaos

According to a recent Freedom of Information request to the US Postal Service on Change of Address requests, between March and July this year, well over 300,000 people fled New York City. There are probably several reasons for people leaving including concerns about COVID-1984, the extreme lockdown and loss of jobs, loss of hope and skyrocketing violence as the city cuts its police budget.

Meet a hypocritical Canadian Green activist?

He hates big oil. He has chained himself to gas pumps to stop people from buying gas for their cars. He climbed the CN Tower in Toronto to call for an end to climate change. Today, he is cabinet minister in the government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Writing for the Toronto Sun, Brian Lilley explains: The first time I remember meeting Steven Guilbeault was about 20 years ago when the Greenpeace activist joined colleagues in trying to shut down an Esso station in downtown Montreal by chaining themselves to the pumps. Guilbeault was against the oil industry, he was against regular people driving to and from work, and he wanted to shut it down. Now, Guilbeault is a minister in the Trudeau government who drives more in just a few months than the average Canadian drives in a year. […] I have no issue with Guilbeault having a car and driver, it’s standard for ministers in Ottawa. The problem here is his utter hypocrisy, spending a career as an activist chiding average Canadians for …

Poll: Something doesn’t add up on police defunding

A poll conducted in Oakland, California by the city’s Chamber of Commerce reveals how silly the world is becoming. The people were asked if they favoured cutting police funding, the majority dutifully answered with a politically correct yes. Then they asked them a second question. Did they want the number of police officers to be increased, stay the same or be reduced?

Another voting glitch in Michigan favors Democrats

We had previously reported on an alleged computer glitch in Michigan that changed Trump votes to Biden in a county considered a Republican stronghold. When Biden was announced as the winner in Antrim County, an election’s clerk became suspicious because there had been such a dramatic change from the 2016 vote. A manual review revealed that Trump had in fact won. READ: Michigan GOP Says 6,000 Votes In One County Switched by Software Glitch From Trump to Biden; 47 More Counties Used Same Software Now there is a report of a second technical glitch in Michigan that again went in the Democrat’s favour. This one looks like it may have been a genuine mistake and was caught as the results were reviewed by election officials. The Daily Wire reports: An incumbent Republican in Michigan went from losing his reelection race to winning it after officials discovered a “technical glitch” by which the results from seven precincts had been counted twice. Officials responded to the error by urging voters to have confidence in the system. “Adam …

More questions on mail-in voting?

There have been many questions raised and allegations of voter fraud concerning mail-in ballots during the recent US Federal election. The Epoch Times recently reported on potential problems with thousands of mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. These are all allegations at this point, but particularly note the report stated that 23,000 ballots arrived before their sent date. The Epoch Times explains: More than 20,000 absentee ballots in Pennsylvania have impossible return dates and another more than 80,000 have return dates that raise questions, according to a researcher’s analysis of the state’s voter database. Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have a return date earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date. READ: Tens of Thousands of Pennsylvania Ballots Returned Earlier Than Sent Date: Researcher Meanwhile, the Western Journal reports that Allegheny County has decided to count nearly 2,500 mail-in ballots that …

Greeks need to text for permission to leave home

Under Greece’s new lockdown rules, in response to a second COVID wave, people have to text the government to receive permission to leave their homes. The government also warned that people can expect unannounced inspections to make sure that people are at home. Apparently, the Greek government is also getting annoyed by how many people are texting for permission to leave their houses for such things as food and medicine. Breitbart explains: Greece launched its second nationwide coronavirus lockdown on Saturday. One of the rules is that citizens must text the government for permission to leave their homes, and permission will be granted only for work, physical fitness, and medical needs. A government spokesman said on Monday that too many people are texting for permission to leave their homes and warned that “abuse” will be met with “strict inspections” and fines. READ: Coronavirus: Greeks Must Ask Government Permission via Text to Leave Home Greece has a population of 10.5 million people and according to World 0 Meter has recorded 825 deaths due to the Coronavirus. …