WND Exclusive – Is COVID-19 really deadlier than the seasonal flu?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

COVID-19 has a much higher death rate than that of the seasonal flu, the experts say. We mustn’t compare it to the flu. This has been the intonation almost since SARS-CoV-2 was discovered. It’s like comparing apples to oranges, blah, blah, blah.

In March, Dr. Anthony Fauci said COVID-19 is far deadlier than the flu. “The flu has a mortality of 0.1 percent, this has a mortality of 10 times that,” warned Fauci.

Early on we heard that the novel coronavirus mortality rate was catastrophic relative to that of the flu. “COVID-19, has caused more than 1.4 million illnesses and 85,000 deaths in the U.S. as of May 14, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.”

And it’s far worse today, we’re told, as we just recently surpassed the 100,000-deaths threshold.

The media dutifully parrot the death toll to an uneasy populace – constantly reminding us that we have a killer on our hands. Something must be done to stop the rampant spread of this pandemic. read more

WND Exclusive – Obama’s cabal: What would they do to stay out of prison?

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Just how far would a powerful, influential leftist go to stay out of prison?

We on the right, who write and podcast on nonfiction topics, try to keep the hyperbole to a minimum – to not exaggerate in order to emphasize a point. But every once in a while you just have to dust off the old tin-foil hat.

 

To the left this is a common practice. Disaster is always looming around the corner unless you vote for the liberal, impeach those on the right or pass certain legislation. And if don’t, people will die.

And then there is the constant refrain that if Trump does this or that, people will die.

 

The common denominator is that people will die.

But in real life, looking at real consequences, desperate times produce desperate people, and desperate people are capable of desperate things. read more

WND Exclusive – The closest we’ve come to having a dictator

by Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

Almost since his inauguration, many on the left have insisted that President Trump has had a desire to become America’s first dictator.

Admittedly, many of us on the right also thought this of the president. But it didn’t take long for Trump to prove us wrong – and I have personally been more than happy to admit that I was.

However, when it comes to dictator wannabes, there have been at least a few, and all have had one thing in common. They’ve all been Democrats.

Andrew Jackson, was our first Democratic president and monarchical aspirant, which is how he earned the nickname, King Andrew. Others include Lyndon Johnson, Barack Obama and, of course, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

But there was another, and he still holds the title of Worst of the Worst. I’m speaking of none other than Thomas Woodrow Wilson, 28th president of the United States. He is the father of modern-day leftist authoritarian progressivism – right out of Fabian Socialist academia. read more

WND Exclusive – Our wussy immune systems – maybe skip the hand sanitizer

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In the movie “The War of the Worlds” – the good one, I mean, the original – aliens, as is apparently their constant desire, attacked planet Earth on a global scale.

So, what’s so special about Earth? I guess it’s just better than all the other inhabited planets, because, you know, we keep getting attacked.

Anyway, these aliens, with their superior technology, were making quick work of our destruction.

Then all of a sudden, when on the verge of our annihilation, the alien ships inexplicably just began falling from the sky. read more

Vote by Mail will Increase Fraud

from World Net Daily:

2 of 3 voters: Mail-in voting would increase election fraud

Pollster confirms deep divide between political parties on issue

Nearly two-thirds of registered voters say moving the country to voting entirely by mail likely would increase election fraud.

The Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen showed the chasm between Democrats and Republicans on the issue. read more

WND Exclusive – Non-government experts advise ‘herd immunity’

From Brent for World Net Daily:

The problem that we have in this country right now regarding the current virus outbreak is that the response is being controlled by politicians.

And by politicians, I don’t just mean our elected political class. I also mean our unelected political class. We’ve effectively put two people in charge of this entire event. Those two being Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx.

What they say goes, and all other “experts” in the field of virology seem to be discounted or ignored. Commentator Mark Levin recently said that Fauci is being treated like some sort of demi-god. And he’s right.

But Fauci hasn’t really been right about much regarding this pandemic. read more

WND Exclusive – Rep. Massie should be applauded, not denounced

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

A couple weeks ago Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., caused quite a stir in political circles when he had the unmitigated gall to suggest that maybe representatives should stay put and conduct House business from home, by doing it virtually.

Oh, the horror!

It was, of course, in response to the growing coronavirus threat.

But the original flap came over his insistence that members first return to Washington to conduct a physical “recorded” vote on the gazillion-dollar coronavirus relief package.

Speaker Pelosi wanted to pass the $2 trillion package by unanimous consent. This is the most absurd thing I’ve heard in quite some time. read more

WND Exclusive – What does it mean to return to ‘normal’?

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

When will we return to normal?

It’s a good question, and one that will spawn a variety of answers for a variety of reasons.

A few days ago, journalist Sharyl Attkisson released the results of an online poll she conducted.

Although it’s an “unscientific” poll, it’s probably as accurate as any other.

The poll centered on when our lives may return to normal.

Here are a few of the results: read more

WND Exclusive – U.N.’s Agenda 21 partially to blame for rapid spread of virus

by Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

When pandemics strike, logically where will they do the most damage? Of course, in areas with the highest concentration of population. It’s no different than any disaster or frankly even a war. During World War II, for example, bombing cities obviously inflicted much more damage and hardship than striking farmland.

Looking at any map of coronavirus concentration, it’s plain to see where the outbreak spikes are occurring.

If you guessed in most major cities, you’d be correct. This is a perfectly logical and reasonable conclusion, even before looking at a map. After all, a close-proximity communicable virus will spread more effectively with a population that must remain in, well, close proximity. read more

WND Exclusive – Congress just created a brand new dependency class

by Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

What do you do if you want to create a new dependency class in America?

Well, you can do what the leftist progressives have done since the “Great Society” of Lyndon Johnson and his “War on Poverty.”

You simply pay people not to work. You offer up assistance programs that, over the years, grow into entitlement programs.

The people then get conditioned not to work while still collecting a check, so they begin to feel “entitled,” rather than thankful to receive the “free” money.

And after a period of time, you have what you wanted – a class of people solely dependent upon the beneficence of the government. read more