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

Unsealed Court Docs Suggest Bill Clinton Was On Pedo Island With Epstein

Documents also contain explosive claims against attorney Alan Dershowitz — Summit News

“There Is No Proven Effectiveness” – Netherlands Refuses To Mandate Mask Wearing In Public

American public health experts, led by Dr. Anthony Fauci, have struggled over the past couple of months to push a specific narrative on the public: Wearing a mask doesn’t so much protect you from being infected with SARS-CoV-2, but if you are infected, wearing a mask could stop you from passing the virus to someone else. The mainstream media has backed up these assertions with vague references to “science” and “research”, while a coalition of celebrities and progressive activists have tried to tar anybody who doubts this narrative – or, worse, refuses to wear a mask at all times outside their home – as a “denier”. — ZeroHedge

The Biden Rule: ‘No Men Need Apply!’

There is a real possibility that, this coming week, Joe Biden will be selecting the 47th president of the United States. For the woman Biden picks — he has promised to exclude from consideration all men, black, brown, white or Asian — has a better chance of succeeding to the presidency than any vice presidential nominee in U.S. history, other than perhaps Harry Truman. — Patrick Buchanan

Universal Basic Income Is Not An Economic Savior

According to a new study by the left-leaning Roosevelt Institute, a universal basic income could permanently make U.S. economy trillions of dollars larger. While such socialistic policies sound great in theory, history, and data, show it isn’t the economic savior it is touted to be. — Real Investment Advice

You can now be fined, jailed, and assaulted for not wearing a mask

Are you ready for this week’s absurdity? Here’s our Friday roll-up of the most ridiculous stories from around the world that are threats to your liberty, risks to your prosperity — Sovereign Man

Portland’s ‘Peaceful’ Protesters Burn Bibles, American Flags And Pig’s Head After Feds Withdraw

After federal agents withdrew from Portland late last week, neo-Marxist ‘youts’ broke out the lighter fluid and began torching Bibles, American flags, and a severed pig’s head donning a police hat. — ZeroHedge


Connecticut State Lab Finds 90 False Positives Out Of 144 Coronavirus Tests Administered In Mid-June

The state’s Department of Public Health said that its state laboratory found a “flaw” in one of its testing systems and that 90 of 144 people who were tested for the virus between June 15 and June 17 received false positive tests. 161 specimens were collected and a total of 91 of those showed false positives. — ZeroHedge


Medical Journal Suggests Loss of Employment for Any Person Who Refuses to Take COVID-19 Vaccine

The Orwellian nightmare is really starting to take shape due to the pandemic. — Big League Politics


UK State Media Pushing Forced Inoculation & Microchipping of Humans

BBC confirms Bill Gates’ agenda for all travelers to be inoculated and microchipped to travel, work or leave home — InfoWars

Paying People Not to Work Is Not an Economic Stimulus

Back in 2009, Nancy Pelosi infamously declared the best way to revive the economy was to dole out ever more generous food stamps and unemployment benefits. The more people collecting welfare the better. At the time, this notion seemed laughable. Now this economic illiteracy seems to have become a conventional wisdom. — Real Clear Politics

Over 100 Police Agencies Ditch Agreement To Guard DNC

Cops are sick of being subjugated and defunded by Democrats — Summit News

Watch: Iran Test Fires Ballistic Missiles From ‘Underground Missile City’

…The successful firing of ballistic missiles fully hidden in camouflage deep under the ground is an “important achievement” that could “pose serious challenges” to enemy intelligence agencies, the Fars News Agency reported. — Almasdar News

Americans Are Buying Guns In Record Numbers & The Washington Post Isn’t Pleased

… But there’s always been a problem with this attempt at showing causality between guns and homicides: causality can just as plausibly go the other way. That is, in times and places where the local population feels they are in danger of being crime victims, people are more likely to purchase guns for protection. So, rather than saying “guns cause crime,” we should be saying “crime causes guns.” — The Mises Institute

Tens Of Thousands March In Russia During Second Week Of Anti-Putin Protests

Tens of thousands of Russians marched in the city of Khabarovsk over the arrest of a regional governor on charges of murder, in what is now the second week of protests against the Kremlin. — ZeroHedge

Protests Erupt Across Country; Black Militia Member Accidentally Shoots Comrades In Park

aturday BLM protests unfolded across the country on Saturday, with tensions flaring in major cities including Portland, Seattle, Chicago and Louisville, Kentucky. In Seattle, the police department – which on Friday announced that they would effectively not be enforcing the law due to a City Council ban on the use of non-lethal crowd control measures – declared a riot, citing “ongoing damage and public safety risks,” according to USA Today. 16 protesters were arrested by Seattle PD for assaulting officers, obstruction and failure to disperse. One officer was hospitalized with a leg injury caused by an explosive, while the crowd launched mortars and rocks at the police. — ZeroHedge

Seattle Police Abandon Residents As Antifa Uses Twitter, Facebook To Organize Nationwide Protests

…Simply put, the legislation gives officers NO ability to safely intercede to preserve property in the midst of a large, violent crowd,” reads a letter from Seattle Chief of Police, Carmen Best – who added that thanks to the City Council, “Seattle Police will have an adjusted deployment in response to any demonstrations this weekend.” The Seattle police chief is sending out letters telling residents: “We cannot enforce the law. You are on your own.” — ZeroHedge

First Arab country acquires new Chinese missile system

China has started exporting the third generation of their Red Arrow-12 anti-tank systems, also known as the HJ-12. According to the China Defense website, Algeria has become the first Arab country to obtain the upgraded Chinese anti-tank system. — Almasdar News

When It Comes to Masks, There Is No “Settled Science”

…Of course, the claim that science has “proven” anything is a red flag for what F.A. Hayek called “Scientism”—the “slavish imitation of the method and language of Science.”1 While scientists never “prove” any theory, conventionally understood, there is abundant literature on the efficacy of face masks, and it certainly supports skepticism of the mask mandate. — The Mises Institute

Kennedy Jr. Warns Parents About Danger of Using Largely Untested COVID Vaccines on Kids

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. warned against mandatory COVID-19 vaccination in a debate with Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, pointing out that ‘key parts of testing’ were ‘being skipped’ — Global Research

“Schools Steal This Joy From Children”: Homeschool & Outdoor Programs See Huge Surge Amid COVID-19

… Due to these and other lingering questions, homeschooling is set to explode across the US, despite elites at places like Harvard doing their best to push stereotypes of “insular conservative homeschoolers” and the supposed “dark side” of homeschooling as somehow “detrimental” to societal progress. Regardless, all kinds of ‘alternative’ and hybrid stay at home schooling programs are now popping up organically amid continued pandemic and ‘shutdown’ fears. The Wall Street Journal presents hard numbers illustrating the trend in a lengthy report aptly titled: Amid Coronavirus, Parents ‘Pod Up’ to Form At-Home Schools. — ZeroHedge

Joe Biden: Federal Law Enforcement ‘Brutally Attacking Peaceful Protesters’ in Portland

Former Vice President Joe Biden called violent anarchists attacking federal property in Portland, Oregon, “peaceful protesters” in a statement Tuesday condemning President Donald Trump for sending in federal law enforcement officers. — Breitbart

Reports: Prosecutors tampered with St. Louis couple’s gun to charge them

The handgun Patricia McCloskey used to defend her home during a June 28 confrontation with protesters was inoperable at the time the St. Louis crime lab received it, but the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s office ordered it reassembled before announcing charges against the couple for felony unlawful use of a weapon and fourth-degree assault offenses — American Military News

Google Search Blacklists Major Conservative Websites in New Censorship Purge

Google search has blacklisted numerous major conservative websites by removing them from results in what appears to be a major new censorship purge. Breitbart, the Daily Caller, Infowars, Human Events and Red State are all missing when a user searches directly for those websites on Google.com. — Prison Planet

Gunshot To Head, Parkinson’s Disease, Deaths In Palm Beach Incorrectly Attributed To COVID-19

… What they found are “eight cases in which a person was counted as a COVID death, but did not have COVID listed as a cause of contributing cause of death.” For more color on how a COVID-19 death is determined, it must be an immediate or underlying cause of death. So a gunshot to the head, a falling accident, and or Parkinson’s disease certainly doesn’t fit the defined criteria of classifying these deaths as virus-related. — ZeroHedge

Gun-Toting Kids As Young As 10 Car-Jack Over A Dozen Vehicles In Chicago

After years of worsening murder rates – earning the city the nickname ‘Chiraq’, there’s now an armed gang of children carjacking folks at gunpoint. — ZeroHedge

Never Before Has So Much Stimulus Been Injected In The Economy In A Single Quarter

Pandemic-Driven Recession Is Not Over Back-to-back strong monthly gains in retail sales in May and June and a powerful rebound in the equity markets in Q2 create the impression the recession is over. But the recessionary environment is only delayed, hidden by the record amount of fiscal and monetary stimulus that has postponed layoffs, spending cutbacks, bankruptcies, and business failures and operating losses. — Joe Carson/ZeroHedge

Arson Suspected – Massive Blaze Destroys Parts Of Nantes Cathedral In France

Firefighters, Saturday, have been battling a massive blaze at the cathedral in the French city of Nantes, located on the Loire River in the Upper Brittany region of western France. — ZeroHedge

US Officially Withdraws From World Health Organization

“We have detailed the reforms that it must take and have engaged with them directly but they have refused to act,” Trump said. “Because they have failed to make the requested and greatly needed reforms, we will be today terminating our relationship with the World Health Organization and redirecting those funds to other worldwide and deserving, urgent global health needs.” — The Epoch Times

California faculty demands ‘free tuition for all black, native, and indigenous students’

To increase admission of these “marginalized students,” the CFA proposes that the universities make efforts “to overturn Proposition 209, the ban on affirmative action.” — Campus Reform.org

Hong Kong Activists Are Off The Streets – They’re Too Busy Scrubbing Digital Footprints

The new law imposed by Beijing took effect July 1st, and given that it wasn’t until after that date that most people didn’t even know what’s in it, and with questions still looming over whether it can be applied to “crimes” and anti-mainland related activity ‘retroactively’ – many young activists aren’t waiting to find out, and are instead busy deleting all traces of their name and activities online. — ZeroHedge

53% of restaurants closed amid coronavirus have shuttered permanently, Yelp data shows

Though it’s hard to find a silver lining in Yelp’s data, some predictions have been more dire still. In May, OpenTable said one in four restaurants were at risk for closure, for example, though those numbers focus on restaurants that use the reservations platform. Casual or fine dining sit-down restaurants and mom-and-pop concepts that are not well capitalized are expected to experience the brunt of this crisis. The Independent Restaurant Coalition, for example, forecast that as many as 85% of independent restaurants could permanently close by the end of the year. — Restuarant Dive

Measles Vaccination and Autism: The Inexcusable Suppression of a Long-Documented Link

parental reports linking autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccination have long been a thorn in officialdom’s side, giving rise to the aggressive and unnuanced media mantra that the MMR “does not cause autism.” Through constant repetition, many members of the public continue to swallow this official dogma, but the reality is that biological evidence on the ground has—from the beginning—told a very different story. — Children’s Health Defense

Retail Apocalypse Accelerates – 8,700 Stores Closing, Number Set To Rise

The unprecedented implosion of U.S. commercial real estate during the coronavirus pandemic is likely to get worse as newly delinquent CMBS loans are surging as the list of retail store closures continues to rise. — ZeroHedge

Another Hate Crime Hoax: Oregon Politician Admits To Mailing Himself Racist Letter

An Oregon politician fessed up to sending himself a racist and homophobic letter, then claiming it was left anonymously in his mailbox on June 23, according to KOMO news. — ZeroHedge

Remember The Red Guards Before You Cheer The Woke Mobs

Today statues, tomorrow mass firings—or even worse. There’s a history here. — American Conservative

“Our Children Should Be Educated, Not Indoctrinated” – Trump Threatens Tax-Exempt Status Of Leftist-

In a series of tweets this morning, President Trump escalated his attacks on US universities by threatening the tax-exempt status of colleges that are too focused on “Radical Left Indoctrination”… — ZeroHedge

SEATTLE: City Holds Training Session For White Employees On, “Interrupting Internalized Racial Super

First, diversity trainers informed white participants that “objectivity,” “individualism,” “intellectualization,” and “comfort” are all vestiges of internalized racial oppression. — Investment Watch

Police ‘Handcuffed’ as Shootings Soar to 24-Year-High in New York

New York City is spiraling into a rule-of-law crisis, according to the city’s police department, citing the recent surge in shootings and a paralyzed justice system that can’t keep repeat offenders off the streets. — The Epoch Times

Portland Police See 240 Percent Yearly Increase in July Shootings

Portland police have responded to 17 shootings so far this month, a 240 percent increase when the city saw five in the same timeframe last year, the department announced Monday. — National Review

Colleges rescinding admission of students for ‘racist’ social-media posts

Among them are a new hypersensitivity to some opinions about race among college students, who are calling attention to classmates’ social-media posts on the subject and demanding action. In response, academic officials are launching investigations, imposing discipline and rescinding offers of admission. — WND

KIPP’s New Mantra: ‘Slack Off. Be Mean.’

Last week, just before the Fourth of July, the influential KIPP charter school network announced it had decided to abandon its longtime mantra, “Work Hard. Be Nice.” KIPP’s leaders explained that the affable slogan had to go because it hinders efforts to “dismantle systemic racism,” “places value on being compliant and submissive,” “supports the illusion of meritocracy,” and doesn’t “align” with KIPP’s “vision of students being free to create the future they want.” — Forbes

Seattle Officials Back Defunding Police By 50%, Mull 911 Overhaul

…The change would mean firing approximately 1,000 personnel from the Seattle Police Department. — ZeroHedge

More Media-Hyped Hysteria? Fearmongering NBC Doctor Who ‘Battled COVID’ Admits Never Had Virus

…They report every time a celebrity tests positive for the virus, but never cover when someone recovers from the virus. The reporting on the virus is selective, to say the least. Which is why we weren’t the least bit surprised to read that NBC News spent weeks documenting the coronavirus “journey” of one of its contributors with Covid-19 – despite the fact that he never tested positive for the virus! — ZeroHedge

Phoenix Mayor Lied About Morgues Bringing In ‘Refrigerator Trucks’ To Store Overflow COVID Bodies

As the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Maricopa County climbed to new highs late this week, Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego appeared on MSNBC Friday morning for an interview with Chuck Todd and Katy Tur to discuss the situation in the state, which has moved to close bars, and rollback other reopening measures to combat the outbreak. — ZeroHedge

Cat That’s Been Dead For 12 Years Gets A Voter Registration Application In The Mail

And people wonder why there are worries about mail-in voting… — ZeroHedge

BLM Supporters Ambush, Murder Young White Mother For Saying ‘All Lives Matter’

The mother of a 3-year-old boy was shot dead in an ambush over the 4th of July weekend after telling a group of Black Lives Matter supporters that ‘all lives matter.’ — ZeroHedge

Florida Labs Acknowledge “Major Errors” After Reporting Positivity Rates Of 100%

…Orlando Health, one of the organizations contacted by Fox, confirmed that it’s positivity rate was actually 9.8%, not the 98% that had been reported to the state. … The report also showed that the Orlando Veteran’s Medical Center had a positivity rate of 76%. A spokesperson for the VA told FOX 35 News on Tuesday that this does not reflect their numbers and that the positivity rate for the center is actually 6 percent. — ZeroHedge

Coin Shortage Strikes Walmart, Customers Required To Pay With Card At Self-Checkout

A nationwide coin shortage is hitting major retailers across the US. Walmart is the latest retailer, and the largest, to announce, customers must use credit and debit cards when making purchases. — ZeroHedge

Police Say Texas A&M Student Who Found Racist Notes On His Car Put Them There

A student at Texas A&M reported discovering racist messages left on his car windshield. A report from the university police department concluded that the student was responsible for the act. — Campus Reform.org

Back to School? “No Thanks” Say Millions of New Homeschooling Parents

With dehumanizing COVID-19 restrictions awaiting students at schools, many parents are opting to keep on homeschooling. — FEE

Profs demand university police chief resign after seeing Blue Lives Matter flag in his home

“The only way forward is with his resignation. Why is it so difficult to comprehend?” — Campus Reform.org

Ex-Google Tech Lead: “Why Diversity Policy Is Toxic”

…Diversity training and hiring practices do not extinguish prejudice – they actually promote it. Ex-Google and Facebook employee, Patrick Shyu, explains why ‘diversity’ policy creates more problems than solutions. — ZeroHedge

Portland ‘Under Siege By Anarchists’ As City Officials Twiddle Thumbs, Says DHS Chief

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf condemned “rampant, long-lasting violence” in Portland, Oregon on Thursday, after the city “has been under siege for 47 straight days by a violent mob while local political leaders refuse to restore order to protect their city,” he said in a Thursday morning statement. — ZeroHedge

North Carolina City Unanimously Approves Reparations For Black Residents

The city of Asheville, North Carolina has voted to provide reparations to the city’s black residents and their descendants – not through direct payments, but via ‘investments in areas where black residents face disparities,’ according to the Citizen Times. — ZeroHedge

Young White Mother Killed By Black Lives Matter Mob for Allegedly Saying ‘All Lives Matter,’ Nationa

A 24-year-old mother was killed by a Black Lives Matter mob in Indianapolis last week, allegedly for saying “All Lives Matter.” — The Gateway Pundit

George Soros Pouring $220 Million into ‘Racial Justice’ Movement

Progressive billionaire George Soros’s philanthropic organization — Open Society Foundations — announced Monday that it will donate $220 million to groups focused on “racial justice.” — Breitbart




“Racist” College Researcher Ousted After Sharing Study Showing No Racial Bias In Police Shootings

The vice president of Research and Innovation at Michigan State University, physicist Stephen Hsu, has been forced out of his position at the university after daring to show actual facts from a 2019 study that show there to be no racial bias in incidents of police shootings. Hsu wrote on his blog on Sunday that “The [Graduate Employees Union] alleged that I am a racist because I interviewed MSU Psychology professor Joe Cesario, who studies police shootings.” — ZeroHedge

New York City police report highest number of June shootings in more than 20 years

The department recently disbanded an anti-crime unit, and reassigned officers. — Just the News

Stanford Doc: COVID Fatality Rate For People Under 45 Is “Almost 0%”

Ioannidis pointed out the mortality rate is low among young people who have contracted the virus. “The death rate in a given country depends a lot on the age structure, who are the people infected, and how they are managed,” Ioannidis said. “For people younger than 45, the infection fatality rate is almost 0%. For 45 to 70, it is probably about 0.05%-0.3%. For those above 70, it escalates substantially.” — Washington Examiner

“Don’t Let Them Vaccinate You”: Farrakhan Warns Africans

… … I say to my brothers and sisters in Africa, if they come up with a vaccine, be careful. Don’t let them vaccinate you with their history of treachery through vaccines, through medication.” — Jonathan Turley

COVID-19 is close to losing its epidemic status in the U.S., according to the CDC

The percentage of coronavirus deaths in the country has been declining for ten straight weeks. — Just the News

COVID Impact – 1.5 Billion Pound Potato Mountain Trapped In Supply Chain

More than half of our market shut down by government mandate. Narrator: Now farmers across Idaho and Montana are stuck with mountains of potatoes. So why did this all happen? — ZeroHedge

Protesters Pull Down Christopher Columbus Statue In Baltimore, Dump In Harbor

A group of protesters in Baltimore spent their 4th of July using ropes to pull down a statue of Christopher Columbus in the city’s Little Italy neighborhood – tossing it into the Inner Harbor. — ZeroHedge

Left-Wing CHOP Zone Responsible For 525% Spike In Seattle Crime

Rather embarrassingly, after proclaiming a “summer of love” and telling President Trump, “Seattle is fine, don’t be so afraid of democracy,” Mayor Durkan was forced to acknowledge the numbers in her own emergency order. The order states that there were, “22 additional incidents, in person-related crime in the area, to include two additional homicides, 6 additional robberies, and 16 additional aggravated assaults (to include 2 additional non-fatal shootings).” — Summit News

Florida Sheriff To Deputize Gun Owners If Cops Can’t Handle Protesters

A Florida sheriff says he’ll deputize lawful gun owners in the event BLM protesters overwhelm local police forces, according to WTSP. — ZeroHedge

“White Lives Don’t Matter” Academic:

More racist tweets by Cambridge University Professor Priyamvada Gopal have been unearthed, including one in which she spoke about her urge to “kneecap white men.” Gopal caused controversy last week when she tweeted “white lives don’t matter,” prompting a petition demanding she be fired. However, Cambridge University responded by promoting her to a full professorship, despite the fact that the tweet was censored by Twitter for hate speech. — Summit News

The Problem With Government “Contact Tracing”

So far, the adoption of these apps has been left completely voluntary in the US, unlike in other countries like China and South Korea. Overall, though, most of the states have yet to show much excitement toward digital tracing. The main focus remains on building an “army” to track the virus’ spread, no matter what it might cost the country. — The Mises Institute

The Real Pandemic Was a Nursing Home Problem

…Just a few days ago, the New York Times reported that 54,000 deaths due to COVID-19 — 43% of all deaths in the United States — occurred in nursing home residents and workers: — American Institute for Economic Research



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