What does Andrew Cuomo have against the Jews?

from Daniel Horowitz at the Blaze:

While Andrew Cuomo uses law enforcement to target New York Jews, violent criminals terrorize subways

Andrew Cuomo uses government to harass New York’s Jews and target their inalienable rights

The Revolutionary War was fought, in the words of Sam Adams on Aug. 1, 1776, to determine whether “there shall be left to mankind an asylum on earth for civil and religious liberty.” The purpose of just governance is laid out plainly in our Constitution — to “secure the blessings of liberty,” but at the same time to “establish justice” and “ensure domestic tranquility.” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo flipped this founding principle upside down by using government to harass New York’s Jews and target their inalienable rights, while releasing criminals and blithely ignoring the violence on the streets. Indeed, revolutions have been fought over lesser abuses and usurpations. read more

In-Person Schooling for Illegals but not for Your Kids

from Daniel Horowitz at the Blaze:

Horowitz: DC allows illegal alien students preference in returning to in-person classes over most Americans

As part of a nationwide series of university student walkouts in protest of Republican President-elect Donald J. Trump’s proposed policy initiatives regarding immigration and the deportation of criminal undocumented immigrants, nearly a thousand students and faculty members at Rutgers University staged a rally and march in downtown New Brunswick, NJ on November 16, 2016. (Photo by Albin Lohr-Jones) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***

Liberal city mayors have finally discovered that it was a mistake to close schools and that this virus is not dangerous to children. Well … not all children … only illegal aliens. Most American students will have to remain at home in the nation’s capital, while illegal alien children get to attend in-person classes.

So, whose country is this anyway? read more

Why Aren’t we seeing more Covid-19 Outbreaks among NFL Teams?

We’re seeing school districts across the country reopen only to shut back down after rashes of Covid-19 tests come back positive. Yet, at the same time, the NFL is in full swing with only a single positive test last week, throughout the entire league.

Why?

Well Daniel Horowitz explains that evidently, keeping the NFL playing is more important than keeping little Johnny and Janey in school. And it all comes down to false positives due to hyper-sensitivity of the coronavirus swap test and laboratory contamination. I did a Podcast on this very topic at the beginning of this month. You may view it here.

from Daniel Horowitz at the Blaze:

NFL rejects COVID testing regimen that picks up low viral loads. When can we do the same?

Science for me, but not for thee

We’ve seen this happen throughout the country. One college kid comes down with the sniffles or milder respiratory infection symptoms than what typically goes around the dormitory during a change in weather. The school immediately tests everyone in the school and discovers an “outbreak” of asymptomatic infections. Then they either shut down the institution or turn all the students into jail inmates. However, there is a group of VIPs who get to live by authentic science: the players of the National Football League. Too bad we don’t have top-notch doctors advocating for our children in the same way. read more

Video Podcast – The Covid-19 Pandemic is a Scandal without Equal

by: Brent Smith

After reading a recent article by Daniel Horowitz (and others) I can think of nothing more scandalous, nothing more damaging to American society, war not withstanding – no greater waste of resources and riches, no greater loss of life and liberty – than the 2020 coronavirus scam.

The lies we’ve been fed for months of the seriousness of Covid-19, and the utter incompetence of supposed virus “experts” is both maddening and saddening beyond belief.

And what’s most infuriating is that virtually none of what I’m about to share is revelatory.

The Covid-19 pandemic is a scandal without equal, and after watching, I think you’ll agree that this is the first epidemic that has become about control instead of public safety.

Some More Happy Covid Related news from Denver

from Conservative Review:

In 2 weeks in Denver, more people died of heart attacks in lockdown than of coronavirus

Coronavirus data display

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Something uncanny happens when the government exaggerates the threat level of one particular virus and tells people they must stay home. People get scared and stay home … even when they are having a heart attack. A new study indicates that more people might have died at home from untreated heart attacks for fear of coming to hospitals than from coronavirus in Denver, Colorado. This would be yet another example of the man-made plague of lockdown and fear causing more deaths than the virus itself. read more

Our Truly Broken Justice System

from Conservative Review:

Handcuffs and gavel stock photo

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John Weed was enjoying the Frederick County, Maryland, Fair last September when a group of teens surrounded him and beat him to death. One of the two brothers involved who later spat on Weed’s lifeless body has now been sentenced by the judge. Did he get the death penalty, which is what Weed suffered in front of his own family in broad daylight at a rural county fair? Nope, he was told to report to anger management class. Welcome to justice in America? read more

Cases Surge Despite Strict Mask Mandate

from Conservative Review:

Cases surging in Hawaii – with the strictest mask mandate

Hawaii

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Based on geography, seasonality, and latitude, when it is your turn to get the virus, you will get it. You can’t place a tarp, a mask, or a lockdown in front of a virus, the same way you can’t arrest the movement of a hurricane; you must deal with it with a healthy and functioning society. That is the enduring lesson of what we are seeing throughout the world, where there is zero correlation between human input and the trend of the virus. Hawaii is the latest example of this phenomenon. read more

The New Normal – Perpetual Restrictions

from Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review:

Moving the goal posts: Global elites hint that corona restrictions will continue forever

Looking at a sample of a respiratory virus at Novavax labs in Gaithersburg, Maryland

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“Show me that age and country where the rights and liberties of the people were placed on the sole chance of their rulers being good men, without a consequent loss of liberty! I say that the loss of that dearest privilege has ever followed, with absolute certainty, every such mad attempt.” ~ Patrick Henry

Imagine if the media, politicians, and corporate health care industry would have told people they’d be restricted and forced to wear masks indefinitely because of a virus that is no worse than a pandemic flu for most people? Well, this entire lockdown mentality would have never gotten off the ground. Which is why it started with a sensible idea of 15 days to slow the spread. read more

‘T’ Cells Boost Immune System to Fight Coronavirus

from Daniel Horowitz for Conservative Review:

New study shows 17 years of potential T cell immunity in SARS-infected patients

Virus

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God has a way of prepping the human body for potentially deadly viruses to somewhat mitigate the amount of death we’d otherwise suffer every year from all sorts of microbiological threats. COVID-19 is not different.

The latest research on T cells, white blood cells produced by the immune system to ward off infections through memory of past pathogens, show that even those patients who never develop antibodies or have lost them over time will retain T cell immunity that remembers to fight off coronaviruses in the future. Moreover, the study provides new evidence for the theory that herd immunity could be achieved at an approximately 20% infection rate for most cities, thanks to T cell cross-immunity from other coronaviruses. read more

Cancel Culture is Shutting Down Research, Science and Facts of Any Kind

from Daniel Horowitz of Conservative Review:

Asian-American researcher fired from Michigan State administration for advancing facts about police shootings

Research in the dictionary

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The entire purpose of academic research is to discover the truth about vexing scientific and societal questions through the use of research and data. However, if the truth refutes a sacred political agenda, you can no longer publish such research or even cite it. The latest victim of this reverse Jim Crow witch hunt against truth in data and academic research is Stephen Hsu, vice president for research at Michigan State University.

On June 2, I cited a study from researchers at the Michigan State and the University of Maryland that concludes, “We did not find evidence for anti-Black or anti-Hispanic disparity in police use of force across all shootings, and, if anything, found anti-White disparities when controlling for race-specific crime.” This study analyzed 917 officer-involved fatal shootings and found that that “per capita racial disparity in fatal shootings is explained by non-White people’s greater exposure to the police through crime.” The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences last year.

Tucker Carlson mentioned this study on his show later that evening, and it has since gained more notoriety. Naturally, one would expect those who believe in the “systemic racism in policing” blood libel to cite evidence why this study is wrong and to provide counter-evidence that supports their position. But debate is not their strong suit, just censorship.

The College Fix reports that Stephen Hsu was fired from Michigan State University for citing this study and posting an interview of one of its authors, Michigan State colleague Joe Cesario, on his blog. He posted the interview with Cesario on June 2, the same day I cited the study.

On June 25, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Graduate Employees Union was calling for Hsu’s head on twitter. The Journal pointed out that among other things, “The union also faulted him for having ‘directed funding to research downplaying racism in bias in police shootings.’”

As Professor Hsu told the WSJ: “The MSU professor who conducted that work, psychologist Joe Cesario, tells me that ‘we had no idea what the data was going to be, what the outcome was going to be, before we did this study.’ Mr. Cesario has collected evidence from a simulator and from real-world interactions between police and citizens. He concluded that ‘the nature of the interaction really matters the most, and officers were not more likely to be ready to shoot upon encountering a black versus white citizen.’

Commenting on the Wall Street Journal article in his blog, Professor Hsu noted, “Several years ago Cesario was granted a rare opportunity to study police shootings and officer behavior in simulators in a large city. My office provided him with a small amount of funding to create realistic simulator video of police stops and other situations. This is an important topic to study if we want to understand and improve policing.”

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