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COVID-19 lockdowns are the ‘biggest public health mistake we’ve ever made,’ Stanford medical school prof says
Bhattacharya began the interview discussing the Great Barrington Declaration, which he co-authored.
The document argues that COVID-19 lockdowns “are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health.
The results (to name a few) include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings and deteriorating mental health – leading to greater excess mortality in years to come, with the working class and younger members of society carrying the heaviest burden.
Keeping students out of school is a grave injustice.”
It adds that “keeping these measures in place until a vaccine is available will cause irreparable damage, with the underprivileged disproportionately harmed.”
The declaration as of Thursday indicates that over 13,000 medical and public health scientists have signed it, along with over 41,000 medical practitioners.
With that, Bhattacharya told Wolf that the Great Barrington Declaration “comes from two basic facts.”
Senate Republicans criticized President Joe Biden’s massive spending bill after Congress passed it without GOP support.How will the administration pay for the stimulus?
Another controversy at the Capitol.
The National Guard ordered to stay on, despite doubt about whether they’re really needed. Top Republicans say it’s time to move on.
The Senate has big plans for infrastructure in the U.S. The Democrat chairman of the committee says it’s one of Biden’s top priorities.
Will Republicans support it?
The police department’s Special Operations Division carried out a two-day enforcement operation that resulted in charges including prostitution, promotion of prostitution, sexual assault, human trafficking, unlawful carrying of a weapon, evading arrest, failing to identify, possession of drug paraphernalia, and other outstanding warrants, officials said in a news conference and in a Facebook news release.
“Some investigations from this operation are still on-going and more arrests are expected. Detectives interview all arrestees of prostitution to identify human trafficking victims,” the news release said.
In a separate operation, officials on Thursday said that 31 children in North Texas were rescued following the month-long “Operation Missing in the Metroplex,” according to the Department of Justice. The U.S. Marshals and Homeland Security Investigations led that operation.
Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host takes a closer look at George Floyd’s death in police custody.
Law enforcement at the border encountered more than 100,000 migrants at the border in February, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced Wednesday, as the Biden administration faces a dramatically escalating crisis – and admits the numbers are “overwhelming.”
CBP encountered 100,441 individuals in February, a 28 percent increase over January, the agency said.
Of those, 19,246 individuals were in family units; 9,457 were unaccompanied children (UACs) and 71,598 were single adults.
“Antisemitic platforms like Gab have no place in Texas and certainly do not represent Texas values,” the Republican said in a video posted on Twitter on Wednesday.
Gab defended itself by directly responding to Abbott’s tweet and explaining how it supports “the political speech of all Americans.”
“Gab is not an ‘anti-semitic’ platform,” the social media company replied. “We protect the political speech of all Americans, regardless of viewpoint, because in this age of cancel culture nobody else will.
That means unpopular viewpoints may be found on the site.”
“There are many Jewish Gab users and customers, whose lawful speech we protect with just as much zeal as we would protect the lawful speech of any person of any faith, ethnicity, or creed,” Andrew Torba said in a statement topped with a header resembling Texas’s unofficial but popular “come and take it” flag design.
“Just because you’re a certain color you don’t have to pay back money?
I don’t care if you’re purple, black, yellow, white, gray, if you borrow money you have to pay it back,” Kelly Griggs, who runs her 1,800-acre farm with her husband in Humboldt, Tennessee, told Fox News in an interview.
The relief package includes an estimated $4 billion to pay up to 120% of Black, Hispanic, Asian or Native American farmers’ outstanding debt as of Jan. 1, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
The package also designates about $1 billion for equity commissions, agricultural training, improved land access and other assistance to advance racial justice in farming.
“What happened to equal protection under the law? This is wrong and un-American.
I’m sure there are a lot of Americans out there that would love to have our tax dollars pay off all their debts. This is targeted to a very select few,” Graves wrote on Facebook on March 4.
Josh Hawley took to Fox News to absolutely wreck big tech.
Russia-Turkey relations bolster; Czech Embassy’ office opens in Jerusalem – TV7 Israel News 11.03.21
1) U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken reaffirms at a Senate Foreign Affairs hearing that ‘The United States will not concede to the Islamic Republic of Iran unless it returns into full compliance with the 2015 nuclear agreement.’
2) Russian President Vladimir Putin highlights the deepening of relations between Moscow and Ankara.
3) Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov concludes a visit to Saudi Arabia – during which Moscow’s top diplomat offered Russia’s assistance to help build Saudi Arabia’s first nuclear power plant.
Denmark has paused the jab’s rollout for at least two weeks after one person died and three others developed serious conditions.
Norwegian authorities have not given a timeline for their review.
The relevant batch of vaccines was sent in a shipment of 1 million to 17 European countries.
In the peer-reviewed research, they found that in a sample of Israeli PCR tests, patients who take small doses of aspirin were 29 percent less likely to test positive.
They cross-referenced 10,477 results with medical records covering what preventive drugs patients take.
“We were really excited to see a big reduction in the proportion of people testing positive, and this gives a promising indication that aspirin, such a well-known and inexpensive drug, may be helpful in fighting the pandemic,” Milana Frenkel-Morgenstern of Bar-Ilan University told The Times of Israel.
As well as concluding that people who take aspirin, which was developed more than 120 years ago, are less likely to be diagnosed with the virus, Frenkel-Morgenstern hit on another “important” finding:
Aspirin users who are diagnosed with COVID-19 are likely to have a shorter illness — by about two days — and be less likely to suffer from aftereffects of the coronavirus, she reported.
Glenn details several more OUTRAGEOUS steps both corporations and schools are taking to ensure they’re in line with standards established by the left’s woke mob.
WHY are they all caving?
Glenn explains that it all comes down to ESG scores — a coming social credit system — and if we don’t stand up, the far left will continue to scare these businesses and citizens into submission.
Sean Davis: New York Times TikTok Reporter Taylor Lorenz Stalks Children On The Internet, Then Complains About Harassment
“She would say she writes about internet culture and tech, when in reality she’s actually the journalism equivalent of the creeper cruising by the schoolyard asking the kids if they want any free attention in The New York Times.
She stalks teenagers on the internet,” Davis said. “And this isn’t my opinion.
She says as much, and she even talks about how if she were a dude doing what you were doing, people would think it’s kind of creepy.”
Davis added, “she admits that she sometimes finds it difficult to really get what the kids really want to tell her because sometimes the parents get involved.”
“She harasses kids and teenagers and gets them to say things so she can basically mine them for clicks,” Davis said.
Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host defends British TV host who walked off his job after criticizing Meghan Markle.
Tucker Carlson Tonight’ host hits back at publication’s claims he ‘harassed’ their journalist.