May 2020: The Richardson Studies Gazette: Current Events & Analysis

Deep State Profiles Coronavirus Protesters as Domestic Terrorists

The deep state is demonizing protesters who are taking to the streets because their livelihoods are being destroyed as a domestic terrorist threat — Big League Politics

Harvard professor wants to ban homeschooling because it’s ‘authoritarian’

.. “She is concerned with families having this power, while I worry about giving that power to government,” McDonald said. Writing in Forbes, education policy analyst Mike McShane said Bartholet relied on “lazy stereotypes.” — New York Post

Polls Suggest Coronavirus Shutdowns Could Mean Millions More Homeschoolers

There are about 2.5 million homeschooling children in the United States today, but what if 8 million more kids start homeschooling in the fall? There is reason to believe this could happen. — The Federalist

Homeschool organization says public schools are blocking parents from withdrawing kids

“Whether it’s a basic miscommunication or something more nefarious where they’re actively working to prohibit parents from educating their children at home, HSLDA steps in making sure we’re defending the family, providing assistance and support,” he added. “Our goal is to make sure they understand the legal requirements, the responsibilities, and even the joys of homeschooling.” — Fox News

Your “Immunity Passport” Future Begins To Materialize As Airlines Call For Digital ID Tracking Syste

The world’s largest airline trade group has called for immunity passports, thermal screening, masks, and physical distancing to be a part of the industry’s strategy for returning to “normal” operations. — Activist Post

Half a Million Sign Petition Refusing Mandatory Coronavirus Vaccine

More than half a million people have already signed a petition created by LifeSiteNews rejecting the notion of a mandatory coronavirus vaccine. — Big League Politics

CDC Admits COVID-19 Antibody Tests Are Wrong Half The Time & Virus Isn’t That Deadly

The mainstream media is ignoring the fact that the CDC has admitted the death rate for COVID-19 is actually lower than the flu. This is happening as the media admits that the antibody tests are wrong 50% of the time! — ZeroHedge

33 Examples of Twitter’s Anti-Conservative Bias

The Media Research Center released a report in 2018, which found that Twitter led in censoring the right. That hasn’t changed. Project Veritas caught Twitter with hidden camera interviews admitting the process of shadow banning — which means content is hidden from users without the poster ever knowing it. One engineer admitted that accounts were flagged as bots simply by searching for words such as “America” and “God.” Twitter’s rules have been influenced by liberal think tanks like the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center. Since then, Twitter has gotten worse. — TechWatch

Armed Citizens Stand Guard Against Looters In Minneapolis

“It turns out these guys are out here with machetes and shattered windows trying to keep looters out of the businesses ’cause cops can’t get in here,” one man said. “So I figured before there were cops, there were just Americans, so here we are.” “Bottom line, justice for Floyd and I hope they stop looting at some point. If there were more of us we could go stop them from looting, but it’s just us four,” said the man on the right. — The Daily Caller

Nearly Half Of Small Business Owners Expect To Close Down Permanently

…In truth, the economy was a Fed-induced bubble before the pandemic. The central bank has managed to reinflate the stock market bubble despite the economic destruction, but it is nothing but a Fed-induced sugar high. And the economy won’t likely rebound quickly, even after things open up. There are all kinds of reasons to doubt the quick economic recovery narrative. We’ve reported on the number of over-leveraged zombie companies, skyrocketing household debt, the battered labor market, and a potential cash-flow crisis even after the economy gets moving. — Schiff Gold

Richard Moskowitz, MD and homeopath, on vaccination

“It is dangerously misleading, and indeed the exact opposite of the truth, to claim that a vaccine renders us ‘immune’ to or protects us against an acute disease, if in fact it only drives the disease deeper into the interior and causes us to harbor it chronically instead, with the result that our responses to it become progressively weaker, but show less and less of a tendency to heal or resolve themselves spontaneously. What I propose, then, is to investigate as thoroughly and objectively as I can how the vaccines actually work inside the human body…” — Jon Rappaport

98.1% Of ‘COVID-19 Deaths’ In Massachusetts Had An Underlying Health Condition

As the debate rages on about re-opening, new data continues to paint the picture that liberal groupthink and media panic about the virus prompted a massive overreaction. — ZeroHedge

George Floyd Protests Spread: 1000s Block LA Freeway, Minneapolis Ablaze Amid Looting

The protests that started yesterday in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd, and escalated today including the looting of at least one Target store, have sparked a violent anti-police protest in LA with thousands blocking the 101 Freeway and attacking cop cars….And not only are they refusing to obey Governor Newsom’s social distancing rules, hardly anyone is wearing a mask! — ZeroHedge

Epstein Lawyer: ‘It Was Homicide, But I Don’t Know Who Killed Him’

Jeffrey Epstein’s lead attorney says that he knows the billionaire pedophile was murdered in prison, but does not know who the killer/s is/are, noting that Epstein was ‘upbeat and excited’ about going to the courts in an attempt to clear his name. — Summit News

“Revolution Of Our Times”: Hundreds Arrested As Hong Kong Protests Escalate

Over 300 people were arrested in Hong Kong on Wednesday during demonstrations over national security legislation which would put the semi-autonomous city further under Beijing’s boot. Protesters planned to gather at the city’s Legislative Council during a debate on a related law which would criminalize insulting China’s national anthem – though security forces stopped them before they could get that far. — ZeroHedge

Nextdoor Helps Spread Neighborhood Snitching By Showering Law Enforcement With Gifts

Community platform Nextdoor is going to great lengths to become the go-to app to snitch on your neighbors. — Mass Private I

Twitter ‘Un-Verifies’ Journalist One Hour After He Tweets About Obama Spying On Journalists

For his insolence – providing yet another log on the mounting pyre of scandals in Obama’s “scandal-free” administration – Takala appears to have been punished by the Silicon Valley thought police with the removal of his coveted (by some) blue check. — ZeroHedge

YouTube Caught Censoring Comments Deemed ‘Offensive’ To The Communist Party

…the Verge discovered that YouTube has indeed added these phrases to a spam filter that automatically deletes user comments containing the phrases, even if they’re used in a positive and politically irrelevant context. As the Verge points out, the company’s reasons for censoring these phrases is “puzzling,” considering that YouTube is blocked in China (along with all other Google services). — ZeroHedge

There’s No Longer Any Question: Biden Carried Out a Cover-Up in Ukraine

Trump stands vindicated for accusing Biden of trying to cover up his son’s corruption in Ukraine after one of that country’s lawmakers released audio recordings of the former Vice President’s numerous conversations with former President Poroshenko to that effect, proving that the real Ukrainegate scandal has been about the Democrat front-runner all along. — Off-Guardian

REPORT: EU Planning “Vaccination Passport” Since 2018

“Roadmap on Vaccination” outlines 3 year plan for boosting “vaccine confidence” and advancing “electronic tracking” — Off-Guardian

Global Anger Builds As Elites Worldwide Break Quarantine Rules

And the icing on the global anger cake is occurring in Britain after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson came out in support of top aide Dominic Cummings Sunday despite his his chief aide allegedly violating the national lockdown rules that he helped to create by driving the length of England to his parents’ house while he was infected with COVID-19. — ZeroHedge

Trump: Democrats To Exploit Vote-By-Mail “Scam” For “Greatest Rigged Election In History”

“People grab them from mailboxes, print thousands of forgeries and “force” people to sign. Also, forge names,” he continued – saying that Democrats are “Trying to use Covid for this Scam!” — ZeroHedge

Land of the “Free”: Stashing Gold May be Illegal Soon

According to one hedge-fund manager, known for his “doom and gloom” economic outlooks, the federal government may soon make stashing gold away illegal for individuals. Crispen Odey believes that governments will ban the possession of gold if they lose control of inflation of their fiat currency. — SHTF Plan

H.R. 6666: What We Know So Far

The text of the bill is surprisingly brief and does not go into much detail on how the mechanics of testing and contact tracing will work. Here’s what we do know (and what we don’t): — HSLDA

Forced Vaccination: The Tragic Legacy of Jacobson v. Massachusetts

The tragic legacy of Jacobson v. Massachusetts not only haunts public health law making in the U.S., it has come to define it. If you wonder why this summer CDC officials boldly announced they want more police power to yank you off a plane and put you into involuntary quarantine because they believe you might get measles, you can thank the Supreme Court.6 If your healthy unvaccinated child has been kicked out of school while sick vaccinated children are allowed to stay7 – or if you have been fired from your job because you said “no” to getting a flu shot8 – look no further than Jacobson v. Massachusetts. — National Vaccine Information Center

Who pushes the Idea of an epidemic; what are their crimes?

… I also expose facts because MEDICALLY CAUSED DEATH is routinely swept under the carpet by the mainstream press. Actually, as a result of media silence, the subject of medical harm is where the subject of grossly poisoned food was in the 19th and early 20th centuries. At that time, giant food processors had created their own Wild West, where they could sell lethal poison (eat, fall down dead) hidden in products. The press helped expose these crimes and transfix the public, which led to partial reforms. Now, in the medical arena, the press is a partner in capital crimes. — Jon Rappaport

Top CDC Official: ‘We’ll Just Get Rid of All Whites in the United States’ Who Refuse Vaccines

A top Center for Disease Control official was caught on tape in 2016 saying that society should “get rid of of all the whites in the United States” to reduce the number of people who refuse vaccines. Dr. Carol Baker made the alarming remarks — InfoWars

FTC Shuts Down Dr. Brownstein’s Blog for Explaining How He was Curing COVID-19 Patients

But we were just notified that his blog has been shut down, apparently to suppress the information he was publishing that went against Big Pharma and their narrative regarding COVID-19. As we have previously reported, Dr. Brownstein has had tremendous success treating COVID-19 patients successfully with holistic non-pharmaceutical methods. — Vaccine Impact News

Google Erases the Existence of Those Who Speak Unwelcome Truths

Daniel Greenfield, the peerless Shillman Fellow and FrontPage writer, tweeted the news on May 7: “Google just erased my Sultan Knish blog and Front Page Mag articles from the first pages of results for my name doubt very much this is accidental.” I did too, so I checked for myself, and sure enough: a Google search for “Robert Spencer” now does not bring up Jihad Watch, where most of my writing outside of books has been published for the last seventeen years, but it does give you defamatory and distorted attack pieces from the far-Left Southern Poverty Law Center and the Saudi-funded Bridge Initiative, and nothing that doesn’t portray me and my work in the most unfavorable possible light. This latest example of the tech giants’ determination to silence all dissenting voices reveals one often overlooked fact: they are desperately afraid. — Front Page Magazine

Test Positive for Coronavirus, End Up in a Police Database

So you are curious whether you have coronavirus? You could take a coronavirus test to find out. Well, not really find out, since the test results are not reliable. Nonetheless, you can take a test to obtain at least a Magic 8 Ball level answer of if you are or are not infected with coronavirus. Here is some information likely unknown to many people when they are tested: The names and addresses of people who test positive are often handed over to police departments that can input or tag those names and addresses in police databases. — Ron Paul Institute

Democratic Party Official Admits He Took Bribes To Stuff Ballot Boxes

The US Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia obtained a guilty plea from a Democratic Party elections judge, who admitted to taking bribes to stuff ballot boxes in favor of Democratic candidates in 2014, 2015 and 2016. — ZeroHedge

Nationwide, Feds find cozy connections between China & university professors

In the last year, multiple university professors and researchers have been charged over their connections to China. Now, U.S. college campuses are under increased scrutiny for any connections they may have to the communist regime as the country deals with the fallout from the pandemic. Specifically, colleges are being pressured by all sides to shut down their Chinese-funded Confucius Institutes. — Campus Reform.org

No More “Mr.Clean” – Inside The “Scandal-Free” Years Of Obama’s Presidency

Looking back, there were so many, big and small scandals such as the fast and furious, the operation that sent guns into the hands of drug gangs in Mexico, they became difficult to track. In Las Vegas, the GSA went on a spending spree. A large number of sexual assaults occurring in the military. Solyndra which should be placed in the dictionary and defined as “what happens when politicians and bureaucrats play businessman with taxpayer money” failed. The CIA had a “prostitutes fiasco” in South America. Fisker Automotive failed, this deal reeked of government cronyism and waste. Add to this what looked like a “Benghazi coverup” (including the way it was handled in the second presidential debate) add the DOJ doing an over the top and wiretapping the Associated Press. [And this list doesn’t include the real conspiracies from that era including Uranium One.] — Bruce Wilds

68% Of Unemployed Workers In The U.S. “Are Eligible For Payments That Are Greater Than Their Lost Ea

Can anyone explain how we are going to motivate unemployed workers to go back to work when most of them can actually make more money camped on their sofas watching Netflix? Over the past couple of months, 36.5 million Americans have filed new claims for unemployment benefits, and Congress understandably wanted to do something to address this unprecedented spike in unemployment. But by giving all of these unemployed workers a repeating 600 dollar bonus on top of existing unemployment benefits, Congress has actually created a very powerful incentive for Americans to be unemployed and to stay unemployed for as long as the bonuses last. — The Economic Collapse Blog

United Nations Claims It’s Politically Incorrect to Say “Husband” or “Wife”

Urges people to stop saying “boyfriend” & “girlfriend” in order to “create a more equal world.” — Summit News

Big Tech Is Turning Hospitals Into Real-Time Surveillance Centers

…Because nothing says reputation builder, like putting real-time surveillance cameras in patients rooms. Not only will hospitals record patients but they will record, nurses, doctors, hospital staff and anyone else who enters a patients’ room. That also includes minors, so no one will be safe from Big Brother’s prying eyes. As The Guardian discovered, it also sends that information to Google servers. — Mass Private I

The US is Dramatically Overcounting Coronavirus Deaths

…Medical examiners in Michigan use the same definition. In Macomb and Oakland Counties, where most of the deaths occurred, medical examiners classify any deaths as Coronavirus deaths when the postmortem test is positive. Even people who died in suicides and automobile accidents meet that definition. — John Lott/TownHall

State Lockdowns Are Creating a Mental Health Disaster

… The science is clear that having meaningful human interactions is an inherent, biological need that all people share. But in the name of “public health,” people are prohibited from freely and peaceably congregating. There’s no church, no “nonessential” shopping, no going into work (for many), no girls’ nights out, no going to the gym, no visiting friends, no family get-togethers. Nothing. No sacrifice can be too great in the age of COVID per the “experts.” And that’s taken a harsh psychological toll on the nation. — The Mises Institute

The School Closures Are a Big Threat to the Power of Public Schools

…The households that do have the infrastructure to do this are now far more likely to conclude that they simply don’t need the public schools much of the time. There are now so many resources provided for free outside the schools—such as Khan Academy, to just name one—that those who are already savvy with online informational resources will quickly understand that the schools aren’t essential. — The Mises Institute

In Times of Crisis, We Need Freedom More Than Ever

In the past few weeks, all around the world, governments have held their own citizens hostage in the name of “protecting the people.” What they have failed to understand is that, every restriction they put in place comes at a cost. By forcing the lockdown on its citizens, the government has taken away the ability for private individuals to assess that cost for themselves. — The Mises Institute

New US “Vaccine Czar” Says January Is A “Credible Goal” For Trump’s 300 Million-Dose Target
Unsurprisingly, it seems the man who got the vaccine czar job was the one who most willingly told the president what he wanted to hear – that the january goal is “doable”. — ZeroHedge

 

 

Will Some Churches Be Forced To Close For The Entire Duration Of The COVID-19 Pandemic? https://www.infowars.com/will-some-churches-be-forced-to-close-for-the-entire-duration-of-the-covid-19-pandemic/

 

Cartoon Network Teaches Kids About “Intersex, Non-Binary” Gender Identities https://www.infowars.com/cartoon-network-teaches-kids-about-intersex-non-binary-gender-identities/

Veterans Affairs Police Buy Riot Gear, Citing Coronavirus Pandemic https://www.infowars.com/veterans-affairs-police-buy-riot-gear-citing-coronavirus-pandemic/

New Zealand Gun-Crime Rates Soar Following Gun-Bans https://www.infowars.com/new-zealand-gun-crime-rates-soar-following-gun-bans/

 

The School Closures Are a Big Threat to the Power of Public Schools

…The households that do have the infrastructure to do this are now far more likely to conclude that they simply don’t need the public schools much of the time. There are now so many resources provided for free outside the schools—such as Khan Academy, to just name one—that those who are already savvy with online informational resources will quickly understand that the schools aren’t essential. — The Mises Institute

 

                ID to Eat But Not to Vote: Washington Restaurants Ordered to Keep Log of All Customers,

The governor will require restaurants to keep a log, including contact information, on every customer who dines at their establishment. Inslee also wants all restaurants to open at half capacity. Say good-bye to dine-in restaurants! — The Gateway Pundit

 

Trump says he would mobilize military to distribute coronavirus vaccine when it’s ready

President Trump says he would “rapidly” mobilize the U.S. military to distribute a coronavirus vaccine once it’s ready, focusing first on nursing homes and the elderly most vulnerable to deadly complications from the virus. Mr. Trump made the comments during an interview with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo. — CBS News

The Worst Is Yet to Come: Contact Tracing, Immunity Cards and Mass Testing

It’s already worse. Now there’s talk of mass testing for COVID-19 antibodies, screening checkpoints, contact tracing, immunity passports to allow those who have recovered from the virus to move around more freely, and snitch tip lines for reporting “rule breakers” to the authorities. — John Whitehead

Police Officer FIRED for Telling Other Officers to Do What Is Right and Follow the Constitution

A police officer with the Port of Seattle Police Department is being fired because he refused to remove a video in which he urged other police officers to “do what is right” and “follow the Constitution.” Greg Anderson’s video has been seen on Instagram over half a million times. In the caption, he says, “Are you doing the right thing? ??????? Many officers out there are trampling on people’s liberties. Ask yourself are you doing the right thing?” — The Organic Prepper

Totalitarianism for Dummies

…In China,we are told, there is no freedom of expression. Well, actually there is, as long as you don’t say the wrong things about the wrong things. In America we have freedom of speech. It says so in the Constitution. Well, we have freedom of speech as long as we don’t say the wrong things about the wrong things. We all know what we can’t say and who we can’t say it about. In many places, certainly in the media where you might influence others, you can lose your job for saying things that upset blacks, Jews, feminists, homosexuals, LBGQXYZs, Hispanics, or Muslims. In the media you cannot say anything if favor of the Second Amendment, against abortion, about black crime, against the military budget or the wars. You cannot doubt accounts of such events as the Trayvon Martin adventure. On the web, sites can be and increasingly are “deplatformed” by the social media. — Fred Reed/The Unz Review

 

Obamagate Is Not a Conspiracy Theory

There’s no reason to ignore the mounting evidence that Obama administration officials were corrupt in their handling of the Trump–Russia investigation. — National Review

 

WA Governor To Residents: COVID-Test-Deniers Will Not Be Allowed To Leave Home To Get Groceries

As the press conference went on, one question kept coming up – what about enforcement? How will you ensure Washington State residents comply and what if they don’t? The answer is as scary as many have worried about. As Putvin reports, for those businesses/individuals that don’t comply, the governor stated that he confirmed with Attorney General Bob Ferguson, there will be sanctions in civil or crimal court. — ZeroHedge

 

Facebook Censorship Council Includes Pro-Muslim Brotherhood Activist

Facebook’s new censorship council, which will decide what content gets deleted from the website, includes a pro-Muslim Brotherhood Yemeni activist. — Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News

America’s Colleges Awarded $12.5 Billion In COVID-19 Bailout – Who Got It And How Much?

Harvard decided not to apply for their $9 million share of the $2.2 trillion CARES Act – the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, after President Donald Trump brought the issue into the national limelight. Princeton followed suit. The other Ivies are still deciding whether to accept up to $62.9 million in CARES money — despite their collective endowment of $140 billion. However, our auditors at OpenTheBooks.com discovered that these funds are just the tip of the iceberg. — ZeroHedge

Wisconsin stay-at-home order is ‘definition of tyranny,’ state Supreme Court justice suggests

A conservative state Supreme Court justice in Wisconsin suggested Tuesday that the extension of the state’s stay-at-home order was the “definition of tyranny” and compared it to U.S. internment camps for Japanese-Americans during World War II. — Fox News

 

Texas Attorney General: Jailing Salon Owner Was a ‘Shameful Abuse’

Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton called the jailing of a Dallas salon owner “excessive” and a “shameful abuse” as they called for her to release. A district court judge ordered the salon owner and mother jailed for seven days for re-opening her salon during the Coronavirus lockdown imposed by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins. — Breitbart

 

A Look back at the Great California Homeschool Case of 2008

Professor Bartholet seems to feel that our effective advocacy has been underhanded in some way. Referring to the Great California Homeschooling Case of 2008, she says, “One example is the notorious Jonathan L. case in California.” — HSLDA

 

 

Police Are Complicit in Politicians’ Disregard for the Rule of Law

… But thanks to the ongoing “state of emergency” and the fact that state governors, mayors, and health officials now rule by decree, we’re witnessing more and more how local law enforcement officers have no particular interest in the rule of law, the Bill of Rights, or basic human rights of any sort. Police have been at the forefront of arresting business owners for the “crime” of using their own private property, using city parks, and engaging in other peaceful activities. — The Mises Institute

Coronavirus Mutates Into Now-Dominant, More Contagious Form

A new study from Los Alamos National Laboratory has revealed a new, now-dominant strain of the coronavirus which appears to be more contagious, according to the authors. Meanwhile, doctors in the United States are wondering if the harder-hit East Coast is being hit with a different version of the virus than the West Coast. — ZeroHedge

Belgium Accuses China Of Bio-Espionage; Biological Warfare Program And Vaccine Experts Targeted

Belgian intelligence suspects Chinese spies of targeting biological warfare and vaccine experts, according to Belgium’s security service, which also believes Beijing is targeting the Belgium office of British pharmaceutical giant and vaccine manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) as well as domestic high-tech firms, according to EU Observer. — ZeroHedge

 

 

Protests Across California Show You Can Only Push People So Far

Even in California, a heavily socialist, overbearing tyrannical nanny-state, are people standing up for their rights. — SHTF Plan

The Inevitable Coronavirus Censorship Crisis is Here

As the Covid-19 crisis progresses, censorship programs advance, amid calls for China-style control of the Internet — Matt Taibbi

 

 

Oregon County Says “No Whites Allowed”

…This is how Multnomah County, Oregon is rewarding its employees who are working during the pandemic: the county government announced that one of their departments will host “a grounding space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) employees to share, heal, connect, and get grounded in a space that is not dominated by whiteness.” — ZeroHedge

 

 

23 Years Later: The Oklahoma City Bombing Story You Were Never Told About

… Officer Yeakey began compiling evidence against the tale put out by federal officials and stored his findings in a storage facility outside of El Reno, Oklahoma. The data he was accumulating was also in direct contradiction to “the facts” being reported by media outlets worldwide. According to friends and family, Terry began being intimidated by federal authorities because of his personal pursuit for truth and the information which he possessed. He was being pressured to put an end to his independent investigation. — Anti Media

Napolitano: Governors’ stay-at-home orders are ‘unconstitutional,’ cases won’t hold up in court

“The government has to recognize that the rights that are in the Constitution still exist in bad times as well as in good and it has to treat people equally,” Napolitano told “Fox & Friends.” — Fox News

 

 

Coronavirus and Infection Control: What’s Going on with Testing?

…Dr. Lee wrote to the WHO and to Dr. Anthony Fauci at the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to explain why the current tests to detect SARS-CoV-2 RNA are generating false positives and negatives. He explained that a two-phased test would “guarantee no-false positive results” based on his research and published work from Japan. — Children’s Health Defense

 

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