This woman literally looks into these children’s eyes and says, “I hope you all die.”
I’m at a loss for words.🥺 pic.twitter.com/gOw1bbSX1Z
— sally (@sallyKP) July 28, 2020
“You can never have
an honorable disagreement
with the hysterics.”
The Fact-Free Lockdown Hysteria
Thomas E. Woods, Jr.
misesmedia – Jul 16, 2020 – 52:49
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Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 16 July 2020.
ABC7 – July 20, 2020
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They just didn’t agree with the wording of the documents.
“We didn’t rob a store. We didn’t steal something. We didn’t hit and run. We didn’t do anything wrong,” Linscott said.
The couple said they never denied self-quarantining. They just didn’t agree with the wording of the documents.
And, that’s exactly what the Director of the Public Health Department told the judge, that I was refusing to self-quarantine because of this, and I’m like, ‘that’s not the case at all. I never said that,'” she said.
Linscott said even without the ankle monitor, she had planned to be cautious, and if she had needed medical care, she would have let healthcare workers know she was infected with the virus.
Lots of reading (but no video) in my post on Heap o Links Blog
Corona – The Simple Truth in Under 6 Minutes
stefan noordhoek – Jul 4, 2020 – 5:40
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What we have been told and what over thousand of independent international scientists tell us that really happened.
Data as per mid-June 2020. Loosely quoted scientists, amongst others but not limited to: Professor John Ioannidis, Professor Dr. Knut Wittkowski, Professor Sunetra Gupta, Professor Dr. Klaus Püschel, Professor Dr. Michael Levitt, Professor Dr. Hendrick Streeck, Professor Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, Professor Dolores Cahill, Dr. Thomas Jefferson, Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, Dr. Anders Tegnell, Dr. Bodo Schiffmann, Professor Dr. Peter C. Gøtzsche, Professor Dr. Pietro Vernazza, Professor Dr. Didier Raoult and many others.
PS. We make mistakes too, so please tell us (sourced) where and if we would be wrong and we’ll be happy to learn and to add changes in the description or the comments. A brief overview of sources and a download of the video (on Vimeo) are also available on https://the-iceberg.net.