The press is portraying this as massive rioting and violence, but we notice from the images in this news story that – just as in the US – the number of violent rioters and looters could be agent provocateurs, hired to throw bricks, break windows, set fires, and turn public opinion against those who resist lockdown.
Days after Joe Biden took power, Democrat governors who previously issued severe shutdown orders are easing restrictions. Now that Democrats are in power, apparently the virus threat suddenly has decreased. Democrat politicians simultaneously have come to the same conclusion. Meanwhile, businesses still are closing.
The owner of Glamour Salon in Salem, Oregon, filed at $100,000 lawsuit against Governor Brown for “terrorizing” her family when she ignored the state’s lockdown orders. She says that three days after she opened her salon, Child Protective Services showed up at her home and interviewed her children without her presence.
The sheriff says Presti dragged an officer 100 yards, and broke both of the sergeant’s legs. Presti’s attorney says surveillance video clearly show his client running for his life, claiming deputies were in unmarked cars, never identified themselves, and clearly jumped on the hood of the Presti’s car.
Dr. Anthony Fauci was slammed this week for finally admitting that schools should have been open despite coronavirus restrictions. Fauci is the last kid on the block to finally advocate for reopening schools, as he tries to regain his position at the head of the parade as the chief authority on Covid-19.
The “second wave” of the “pandemic” is the excuse for Draconian lockdown measures, economic destitution, and sweeping police powers. Police turned water cannons as tens of thousands of people protested in Berlin against lockdowns. Meanwhile, the media either demonizes anti-lockdown protesters or ignores them altogether.
The Erie County Sheriff and Health Dept. officials attempted to disperse a meeting claiming it was in violation of Gov. Cuomo’s new 10-person-or-less rule for gatherings. The crowd stood its ground and demanded the police leave. Law enforcement complied, apparently because they did not have an arrest warrant.
Under Italy’s new lockdown, those caught lying to officials while trying to visit a relative or friend face a prison sentence of one to six years. Those positive for coronavirus who leave their homes and infect others can be tried for culpable epidemic transmission and face sentences between six months and three years.