Kyrsten Sinema, who has held office as a US Representative from Arizona’s 9th congressional district since 2013, acknowledged that she depends on votes from independents, moderates, and even conservative Republicans to win the Senate seat. However, Sinema’s field organizer, Lauren Fromm, who said that the candidate is pro-choice, very liberal and progressive. Michelle Davidson, Sinema’s campaign manager, said that Sinema is avoiding talking about an assault weapons ban. Sinema also has very progressive views on citizenship and believes it should be offered to any illegal alien who hasn’t committed a bad crime.
People who question the mainstream media’s claims of hospitals looking like war zones due to floods of people infected and dying from the coronavirus have filmed scenes at hospitals that appear empty, as though the narrative has been invented.
After signing the record-breaking $6.2-trillion Coronavirus Stimulus Act over the weekend, President Trump called for an additional $2-trillion spending in the upcoming ‘phase 4’ coronavirus stimulus. US agencies say they need $600-billion of the pie.
Thomas Massie explains that the Coronavirus stimulus bill is the largest wealth transfer in human history and would make Roman emperors blush. He warns of a fourth stimulus bill, insider trading and continuing lockdown.
Jerry Day explains why the tests for coronavirus are worthless. The tests have been used on dead people to create false death statistics. Day points to the real crisis, which is economic, caused by debt and policies of the banking cartel called the Federal Reserve.
The NRA is suing California officials for closing gun stores during the coronavirus outbreak, accusing them of “promoting a gun-control agenda that suffocates your self-defense rights when you need them most.”
Videos of armored military vehicles being transported by train through Southern California concerned people after the governor called on the National Guard in response to the coronavirus. Officials claimed it was only routine movement and that the National Guard has not been officially mobilized.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is using the COVID-19 outbreak to press for sweeping new powers that include being able to detain Americans indefinitely without a warrant or a trial. [Not to worry. It’s necessary to protect against coronavirus. Right?]
Millions of dollars of produce is rotting due to the closure of restaurants, and is affecting many other businesses. Food shortages could result from this unprecedented strain on supply chains. He concludes that shutdown of the economy will cost more lives than the virus.
The Gun Violence Prevention and Community Safety Act of 2020, proposes all imaginable gun-control regulations, including national gun license, “Red Flag” gun confiscation, a 30% gun tax, an a 50% ammo tax, more no-gun zones, and much more.
Brown said there is a need for a task force of world leaders, health experts, and heads of international organizations that would have supreme and unfettered executive powers.
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Christine Hallquist, 62, a transgender person and a former CEO of an electric company, was nominated by the Democrat party as its candidate for Governor. When asked about supporting socialism, Hallquist replied, “I’m not sure I even know what socialism is. I just don’t have the background to answer that question,” adding that our democracy is threatened.
Georgia Democrat, Stacey Abrams, a former state representative, acknowledged that she owes more than $200,000 in personal loans, credit card debt, and IRS back taxes. She even admits that she did not understand that credit cards incur interest. In spite of this, she has gained strong popular within influential Democrat circles.
Habersham County’s Mud Creek precinct in northeastern Georgia had 276 registered voters ahead of the state’s primary elections in May. But 670 ballots were cast, according to the Georgia secretary of state’s office, indicating a 243% turnout. Georgia is one of four states that uses voting machines statewide that produce no paper record for voters to verify, making them difficult to audit, experts say.