Monday, March 30, 2020

Event Update For 2020-03-29

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2020-03-29 - Medical transport plane bursts into flame on runway at airport in coastal Manila (Philippine Islands), all 8 aboard killed:

Quote: "A plane carrying eight people, including an American and a Canadian, burst into flames Sunday while attempting to take off from Manila’s airport on a flight bound for Japan, killing all those on board, officials said. The plane, which was carrying six Filipino crew members and the American and Canadian passengers, was bound for Tokyo on a medical mission when it caught fire near the end of the main runway, Manila airport general manager Ed Monreal said."

Note: This is the 18th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2020-03-29 - Landfill hit by fire, pump house burns, in Polk County (Minnesota):

2020-03-29 - Swarms of bats dropping dead from the sky in multiple cities in Israel:

Quote: "Swarms of dead bats with no physical signs of trauma were spotted across Israel, raising questions and fears about the end-of-days omen. The photos of the dead creatures lying in Gan Leumi Park in the Israeli city of Ramat Gan were first shared by Adi Moskowitz on Facebook, who asked for an explanation to the mysterious phenomenon. Similar photos and videos were published by some other users in neighbouring cities, according to Breaking Israel News, which was suspicious of the death plague among bats and even linked it to a biblical prophecy about the end of humanity as it is."

Note: Ramat Gan is near the coast near Tel Aviv...

2020-03-29 - Coronavirus corpses being loaded into tractor trailer with forklift in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2020-03-29 - Coronavirus death toll rises to 48 with 4,955 cases in Massachusetts:

2020-03-29 - Coronavirus death toll rises to 34 with 1,993 cases in Connecticut:

2020-03-29 - Coronavirus death toll rises to 151 with 3,540 cases in Louisiana:

2020-03-29 - Coronavirus death toll rises by 756 to 10,779 with 97,689 cases in Italy:

Quote: "The coronavirus pandemic has claimed 10,779 lives in locked-down Italy by Sunday with the cumulative total infections reaching 97,689, according to new data released by the Civil Protection Department. A total of 756 COVID-19 patients died over the last 24 hours, the second consecutive fall in the death toll after reaching an all-time high Friday."

2020-03-29 - Here are the 27 states with stay-at-home orders, alphabetized:

2020-03-29 - COVID-19 crisis could trigger global food shortage, UN warns:

2020-03-29 - Millions of Americans are about to lose their health insurance during a pandemic:

Note: This only happens in backwards nations where the people let soulless corporations control their healthcare. Americans seem to care more about corporations being able to ream them out of tons of money than they care about staying alive, and there's a price for that: an extra helping of death. On the plus side, this is more good news for the funeral industry!

2020-03-29 - East Africa faces dual shock from coronavirus and locust swarms:

2020-03-29 - Underground parking garage erupts in flame at 2 AM at construction site on Birney Avenue in coastal Vancouver (Canada):

2020-03-29 - Yacht bursts into flame at yacht club in coastal Lynn (Massachusetts):

Note: This is the 355th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-03-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 6 AM while parked at loading dock at business in Holland (Michigan):

2020-03-29 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3:30 AM at truck stop in Eldon (Missouri):

2020-03-29 - Three tractor trailers and RV trailer go up in flames shortly before 11 PM while parked at truck shop in Vaughan (Canada):

Quote: "When officers arrived, they found three tractor trailers and one camping trailer were on fire."

2020-03-29 - Tractor bursts into flame in Woods Corner (Britain):

2020-03-29 - Tractor bursts into flame in Burgh by Sands (Britain), near the coast:

Quote: "Vehicle Fire, Carlisle(Carlisle) 29 Mar 2020 On 29th March 2020 at 1326 hours two Fire Engines attended an incident in Burgh by Sands. Fire involving one tractor. Fire service used main jet and approximately fifteen litres of compressed air foam system. Fire service remained at scene for one hour and thirty five minutes."

Note: These are the 460th, 461st, 462nd, 463rd, 464th, 465th and 466th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-03-29 - Two heavy trucks and barn destroyed by fire in Weiser (Idaho):

Quote: "Upon arrival found two cattle feed trucks fully engulfed. The barn and the two trucks are a total loss. The cause of the fire is under investigation."

2020-03-29 - Van bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home on Almond Street in Tustin (California):

2020-03-29 - SUV bursts into flame on Central Expressway in coastal Singapore:

2020-03-29 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at intersection in Ardmore (Pennsylvania):

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame at 1:45 AM while parked inside garage at home on Pleasant View Road in White Deer Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "They were called to the scene in the 1600 block of Pleasant View Road in White Deer Township around 1:45 a.m. According to dispatchers, it was a vehicle inside the garage that was on fire. The vehicle was a total loss but there was little damage to the garage."

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked inside garage at home on Glenrose Avenue in Lansing (Michigan):

Quote: "The Lansing Fire Department was called to the scene around 3:30 pm after a car caught fire in a garage. It happened at the 1300 block of Glenrose avenue."

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame in garage in Lemon Township (Ohio):

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Poplar Point Drive in Kelowna (Canada), 100 feet from Okanagan Lake:

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame shortly after midnight on Avenue de l'Europe in Luxembourg:

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Penn Meadows (street) in coastal Brixham (Britain), 1200 feet from the ocean:

2020-03-29 - Car bursts into flame on Patrick Street in coastal Grimsby (Britain):

Quote: "Patrick Street, Grimsby. Sun 29 Mar 2020 22:04 (No: 006292) Car fire. Two hose reels, one BA and spreaders in use."

2020-03-29 - Van, SUV and home destroyed by fire at 12:41 AM, fire spreads to church, on Uncas Street in Baton Rouge (Louisiana):

2020-03-29 - Barn destroyed by fire near Maywood (Missouri):

2020-03-29 - Restaurant destroyed by fire in the Beards Creek area near Glennville (Georgia):

2020-03-29 - Ice cream shop destroyed by fire at Fantasy Island Amusement Park in coastal Beach Haven (New Jersey):

2020-03-29 - Garage destroyed by fire at home on Fourth Avenue NE in St. Cloud (Minnesota), 1200 feet from the Mississippi River:

2020-03-29 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on South Plank Road in Cameron (North Carolina):

2020-03-29 - Home damaged by fire near Ogden Street and Lupton Drive in Prosperity (West Virginia):

2020-03-29 - Home heavily damaged by basement fire at 4:35 AM on West Gordon Street in coastal Savannah (Georgia):

2020-03-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire on NW 33rd Avenue in Gainesville (Florida):

2020-03-29 - Home heavily damaged by fire just before 4 AM on Vine Street in New Britain (Connecticut), nobody there:

2020-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire just before 4 AM on Stratford Avenue in coastal Bridgeport (Connecticut):

2020-03-29 - Home destroyed by garage fire on River Road in Wheatfield (New York):

2020-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire on County Road 6 in Barnum Township (Minnesota), 3 injured:

2020-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire just after 5 AM on Pee Dee Road South in Galivants Ferry (South Carolina):

2020-03-29 - Home destroyed by fire on 447th Street SE in Lengby (Minnesota):

2020-03-29 - Apartment building damaged by fire at 2:44 AM on Southwest Village Parkway in coastal Port St. Lucie (Florida):

2020-03-29 - Deadly fire burns condo building on San Leandro Place in Alexandria (Virginia), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2020-03-29 - Vacant apartment building destroyed by fire in Keokuk (Iowa):

2020-03-29 - Dozens of birds found dead on road in coastal Trois Mares on the island of Réunion (France):

2020-03-29 - Thousands of fish wash up dead on beach in Pariaman (Indonesia):

2020-03-29 - Thousands of fish wash up dead on beach in Bireuen (Indonesia):

2020-03-29 - Five family members found dead in apartment in Cartersville (Georgia):

2020-03-29 - Woman jumps into the Intracoastal Waterway and dies in coastal Daytona Beach (Florida):

2020-03-29 - Man, 53, dies while trimming trees in Mankato (Minnesota):

Quote: "Paul Andrew Jirik, 53, was pronounced dead when police responsed to a medical emergency on the 900 block of Baker Avenue just after 1 p.m. Mankato Public Safety Assistant Associate Director Dan Schisel said Jirik was in a harness in the tree tied with ropes when he was discovered. Preliminary findings indicate Jirik may have suffered a cardiac event, but the cause of death hasn’t been ruled by the medical examiner. Schisel said there is nothing suspicious about the death."

2020-03-29 - Woman, 19, found dead in car at grocery store in Livingston (Tennessee):,41348,41368

2020-03-29 - Sheriff, man, has 'medical event' and dies while responding to call in Hutchinson County (Texas):

Quote: "In a Facebook post, they said that DPS suspects that his death was due to a medical event during a call."

2020-03-29 - Man, 44, found dead in Kissena Corridor Park in coastal Queens (New York):

2020-03-29 - Man drops dead before 7 AM on sidewalk on Tolland Street in East Hartford (Connecticut):

2020-03-29 - Person found dead in creek in coastal Christchurch (New Zealand):

2020-03-29 - Man in his 40s found dead in the water at beach in coastal Johor Baru (Malaysia):

2020-03-29 - Man, 38, found dead in guest house in coastal Male' City (Maldive Islands):

2020-03-29 - Man, 36, found dead in apartment in Assam (India):

2020-03-29 - Man found dead near the River Lossie in Elgin (Scotland):

2020-03-29 - Person goes into cardiac arrest and dies at store in Brentwood (Britain):

Quote: "A person has died after suffering a cardiac arrest at the Sainsbury's superstore in Brentwood, Essex. Emergency services, including both paramedics and police, were called to the supermarket on William Hunter Way at around 11.06am yesterday morning (March 29)."

2020-03-29 - Man found dead in the River Ribble at the Preston Docks in Preston (Britain):

2020-03-29 - Driver has 'medical incident', car crashes into pole, vehicle and gas station, in Valleyview (Canada), 1 killed:

Quote: "Kamloops Fire Rescue Acting Platoon Capt. Ken Hart says the driver suffered a medical incident behind the wheel, before hitting a telephone pole and a parked vehicle before crashing into the building."

2020-03-29 - Small plane crashes near airport in Mesquite (Texas), 1 killed:

2020-03-29 - Small plane lands at airport then flips over, in Sedona (Arizona):

2020-03-29 - Tanker truck crashes, bursts into flame, in coastal Ajman (UAE):

2020-03-29 - Two tractor trailers crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike near Millbury (Massachusetts):

2020-03-29 - SUV veers off road, crashes into trees, bursts into flame, in Springvale Township (Minnesota), 1 killed:

2020-03-29 - Two cars collide head-on in Logan County (Kansas), 3 injured:

2020-03-29 - Car veers off road, crashes down embankment, bursts into flame, in Lake Stevens (Washington), 1 injured:

2020-03-29 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, near Plymouth (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-03-29 - Sinkhole swallows biggest waterfall in Ecuador:

2020-03-29 - Tornado touches down near airport in Peoria (Illinois):

2020-03-29 - Severe spring frosts destroy crops across Europe:

2020-03-29 - Mutant piglet born with human-ish face and hair filmed wriggling in farmer's arms in Venezuela:

2020-03-29 - Swarms of rats invade streets during coronavirus restrictions in New Orleans (Louisiana):

2020-03-29 - Many of the restaurants, bars and retailers that have closed will never open again:


  1. Hey Jonny, everyone. Looks like we're being "sheltered in place" leading up to full lockdown. On the plus side, we all have our custom prison cells (so make sure you keep them pretty-looking with gardening and spring clean-up). At least they aren't FEMA camps (yet). So many people are questioning the response to Covid-19, that people are beginning to wonder whether it's all just made up. As of about 2 weeks ago, i didn't know anyone (friends of friends or neighbors of people you know - anyone) who had this virus, but there's a shit-ton of cases being reported every day. Meanwhile the authorities seem to be tightening down even more on our freedom to move about and work. My wife pointed out that Sweden didn't lock down their population and that per capita they have fewer deaths and cases. i don't get it.

    Here is where we are [clever pic - check it out]

    49 Percent Of U.S. Companies Expect Layoffs “In The Next Three Months” As Unemployment Heads To Great Depression Levels

    If the U.S. economy remains in shutdown mode for the next several months, we are going to witness layoffs like we have never seen before in U.S. history. Of course what we have already witnessed is difficult to believe. Last week more than 3.2 million Americans filed initial claims for unemployment benefits, and that was more than four times higher than the previous all-time record. This week another massive surge is expected, and we will continue to see lots more layoffs for as long as this pandemic persists. It is going to be a very challenging time for the country as a whole, because we haven’t seen anything like this since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

    Yes, shutting down most of the nation is saving lives, but it is also absolutely crippling our economy. According to a survey that was conducted from March 20th to March 26th by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, almost half of all U.S. companies say that it is likely that they will be conducting layoffs at some point “in the next three months”…

    I know that this may sound really crazy, but at this point the St. Louis Fed is projecting that we will soon see a 32 percent unemployment rate… [more]

    Tuesday, 31 March 2020 [summary of March troubles]
    Into the unknown March 2020: The Month Our World Changed Forever. Record-breaking rain warmth and cold: Billions of dead wildlife: Swine Fever and Avian Flu Rampant: Biblical locust plague grows: World-wide lockdown

    March 2020: The Month Our World Changed Forever.

    From 86,000 cases on the 1st of March to Total Confirmed Cases 789,229 today, a growth of more than 800,000 in 1 month.

    Tuesday, March the 31st

    Total Confirmed Cases yesterday +58,418 Total Confirmed Cases 789,229 Serious/Critical Condition 24,770 Total Deaths 37,843 Total Recovered 164,082 Death Rate (Deaths / Recovered + Deaths) 18.74% Death Rate (Deaths / Confirmed Cases) 4.79% Countries / Regions affected 193 [more]

    Tuesday, 31 March 2020
    Coronavirus: A picture is worth a thousand words

    [2nd piece below]

  2. [2 from our Hail NO! desk]

    Massive hailstorm smashes hundreds of windows in Middelburg, South Africa

    More than 400 windows at Hoërskool Middelburg were destroyed.

    The school's principal, Johan Stronkhorst, said while he rushed to move his cars to safety during the storm, he looked up and saw pigeons being struck to death by massive hailstones.

    After the storm, the entire property was littered with dead birds, branches and leaves.

    Three roofs at the school were destroyed, and two ceilings collapsed.

    The school's 'farm' was also severely damaged. More than 100 windows were broken, and most of the vegetables were pulverised. [more]

    Torrential hailstorm causes icy flooding in southern Spain [~ 3.5 min video]

    Increased activity at Stromboli volcano, lava reaches the coastline, Italy

    Activity at Stromboli volcano increased from medium to high levels on March 28 into 29, 2020, followed by lava overflow first observed around 23:40 UTC on March 30, 2020. [more]

    Homes destroyed after floods and mudslides hit Huánuco, Peru

    According to Peru's National Institute of Civil Defense (Indeci), 30 homes, a church and a bridge were destroyed and a further 80 homes were damaged in Huacrachuco district, in the province of Marañón, Huánuco region. Drinking water and power supply have been interrupted. [more; video]

    [in other shocking news]
    Lightning bolt kills 6 farm workers in Maharashtra, India

    Six farm workers, including two women, from Kalamb tehsil died on Sunday night after lightning struck the cow shed where they were busy preparing dung cakes. A cow was also killed in the incident. [more; mmmmm dung cakes]

    Severe storms spawn '100-year flood' in Cleveland, Ohio [~ 1 min. video]

    7 killed by floods in northern Syria

    Heavy rain last week caused damaging flash floods and mudslides in the Governorate of Raqqa in northern Syria.

    According to the Civil Council of Raqqa, 7 people died and several were rescued during flooding and heavy rain between 25 and 28 March, 2020. Images shared on Social Media showed flood-damaged roads and bridges. [more]

    [from a few days ago]
    The Poles Are Shifting, the Magnetic Field Is Flipping and This Will Get Really Nasty!

    The shield that protects the Earth from solar radiation is under attack from within.

    Sometimes, the poles try to reverse positions but then snap back into place, in what is called an excursion. The last time was about 40,000 years ago.

    We also know that when they flip next time, the consequences for the electrical and electronic infrastructure that runs modern civilization will be dire. The question is when that will happen.

    It turns out that the dipole — the orderly two-pole magnetic field our compasses respond to — is under attack from within.

    The latest satellite data, from the European Space Agency’s Swarm trio, which began reporting in 2014, show that a battle is raging at the edge of the core. Like factions planning a coup, swirling clusters of molten iron and nickel are gathering strength and draining energy from the dipole. [more]

    [3rd part follows]

  3. Devastating Tsunamis Are A Real Threat For Louisiana And The Gulf Coast

    A 15-foot wall of water could roll across Grand Isle if a landslide occurred in the Mississippi Canyon, a trench in the Gulf of Mexico floor about 30 miles off the mouth of the Mississippi River. [more]

    Washington’s Glacier Peak Volcano Eruption Dangers And Threats

    Washington’s hidden Glacier Peak volcano is among the most dangerous in the U.S.

    But the volcano in Snohomish County remains the least-monitored and the least-studied in the Cascade range. [more]

    Trump’s Move to Suspend Enforcement of Environmental Laws is a Lifeline to the Oil Industry

    The American Petroleum Institute sought the EPA’s help for companies hurt by COVID-19. One former EPA official called the suspension “an open license to pollute." [more]

    Macy's, Kohl's, Gap turn to mass furloughs as virus crisis deepens

    Major U.S. retailers Macy’s Inc (M.N), Kohl’s Corp (KSS.N) and Gap Inc (GPS.N) said on Monday they would furlough tens of thousands of employees, as they prepare to keep stores shut for longer to curb the spread of the coronavirus outbreak.
    The action will impact a majority of its about 130,000 employees, Macy’s said, while all workers at store and store distribution centers, as well as some corporate office associates will be affected, according to Kohl’s. [more]

    A message from Seemorerocks
    This short message reflects where I am today under lockdown in New Zealand [~ 7.3 min. video]

    Iran Mass Produces Test Kit Able To Detect COVID-19 In 3 Hours With 98% Accuracy

    WARNING: DARK TIMES ARE HERE - THE MILITARY IS PREPARING FOR A TOTAL LOCK DOWN [3 videos] [Full Spectrum Survival ~ 36 min. video]

    Oil price falls to below $20 a barrel
    Oil price falls below $20 US a barrel, its lowest since 2002
    Social Sharing

    Quarantines and lockdowns have cut demand for
    driving, flying, factory production

    The benchmark price for a barrel of North American oil dipped below $20 US on Monday morning, the first time that's happened in 18 years.

    West Texas Intermediate was at one point changing hands for as low as $19.92 a barrel, down more than $1.50 on the day.[more]

    [4th section next]

  4. [NZ] Authoritiies tell handicapped THEY DO NOT NEED PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

    Are you saying we’re expendable spinal injury group asks

    The news that the supply of protective equipment to people with spinal injuries and their carers has been blocked comes as it emerges two disability support workers have tested positive for Covid-19.

    yesterday the Ministry of Health refused to allow the release of the protective gear, saying hand-washing was enough protection. [more]

    Coronavirus comes to India
    India On Lockdown: No Clear Plan to Feed 1.3 Billion [~ 7.6 min. video lead-in]

    Coronavirus finds its way into Mumbai slums [link to article]

    Boarded-Up Stores in USA in anticipation of civil unrest
    Retailers Prepare For Civil Unrest; Boarded-Up Stores Seen From SoHo To Beverly Hills

    stores in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Paris, Vancouver and elsewhere were similarly boarded up. [more]

    Our System is Already Collapsed

    BILL HOLTER - Our System is Already Collapsed, Expect
    Anything [~ 30 min. video]

    [5th installment coming up]

  5. David Icke vindicated
    5G can make digital humans look real and turn real people into holograms

    The rollout of 5G wireless networks that will continue throughout 2019 and beyond promises a slew of new smartphones that will hum along much faster than the models they’ll eventually replace. But while zippier handsets compatible with the next generation of wireless are surely welcome, 5G’s potential extends beyond them.
    Verizon, and some of the entrepreneurial startups it is working with, recently demonstrated a few of the fresh consumer and business experiences made possible or enhanced by 5G, at its 5G Lab in New York City, one of five such labs around the country. [more; all about the pluses of 5G]

    The ironies of the coronavirus bioweapon

    Stefan Molyneux, in my mind, nails it with regards to the irony of this outbreak

    Why you are locked in, and what they are NOT telling you! [~ 2.25 min. video]

    Editorial: California's wildfires aren't going to stay quarantined for coronavirus

    Remember wildfires? With the COVID-19 pandemic sucking up all the oxygen in the news cycle, it’s easy to forget that there are other threats to public safety out there.

    The state’s power companies have not forgotten, however. They are under the gun to make to their power lines safer and less likely to spark before the next fire season rolls around — or face dire financial consequences. Sparking power lines are a common cause of wildfires.

    But Southern California Edison officials say that the County of Los Angeles and a handful of communities in high-fire-risk areas are standing in their way, suspending or denying permits needed to initiate work if it involves power outages for local residents. [more]

    Food Supply Is the Next Virus Headache

    It’s not just manufacturing that’s struggling with disrupted logistics. As more countries bring down the shutters to limit the spread of the coronavirus, risks are rising for the world's complex food supply networks. Snarl-ups in processing and transport could result in painful price spikes for many fresh goods, even if farms in developed markets can keep working through the outbreak.

    The picture isn’t all gloomy. On a global scale, stocks of corn, wheat, soybeans and rice are healthier than before previous periods of food inflation. While some prices have been heading higher, increases aren’t across the board. Sugar and corn have been held back by reduced demand from biofuels producers as oil plummets. Low fertilizer and crude prices, meanwhile, will help offset other rising costs for farmers.

  6. [some Tuesday headlines from RF]
    News Links, March 31, 2020
    Rice Farmer

    Coronavirus: Rich Nordic economies are in deep shock following 660,000 job losses

    Gold going to $3,000 as U.S. deficit rises sharply as a percentage of GDP

    EasyJet grounds fleet, furloughs cabin crew for two months

    Kremlin Fights U.S. Sanctions, Backs Maduro in Rosneft Deal

    US Repositions Troops in Iraq, Preparing for Fight Against Iran

    As coronavirus cases explode in Iran, U.S. sanctions hinder its access to drugs and medical equipment

    'Space Fence' radar operational, tracks objects as small as 10 centimeters

    Venezuela's Guaido Urges Military, Others Back Him in Ousting Maduro

    Exxon May Crush Bailout Hopes for Suffering Fracking Companies

    U.S. Solar Industry Wants Government Bailout As Bankruptcies Loom

    Coronavirus Could Crush US Coal Industry

    A barrel of oil is now cheaper than a pint of beer in Canada

    Trump, Putin Will Discuss The End Of U.S. Shale Oil

    Long-term air pollution exposure may increase dementia risk by 50%

    Fact check: Sunlight does not kill the new coronavirus

    Special Report: Five days of worship that set a virus time bomb in France

    'Officers are scared out there': Coronavirus hits US police

    Media Silent as Poll Workers Contract Covid-19 at Primaries That DNC, Biden Campaign Claimed Were Safe Question Everything (Liberty Blitzkrieg)

    COVID-19: World Suffering Less from Coronavirus Crisis & More from an America Crisis

    Hospital beds replace astroturf at Welsh rugby stadium

    Coronavirus: UK could stay in partial lockdown for six months, senior medical officer says

    U.S. stimulus package is biggest ever, but may not be big enough

    What Happens as State and Local Tax Revenues Crater?
    The gravy train of state and local government spending has just been derailed.

    In the middle of the coronavirus crisis, some hospitals fear financial ruin

    33% Don't Have $100 Saved

    Mortgage Firms Brace for Wave of Missed Payments

    Arrest Warrant Issued For Florida Pastor Who Defied Order To Suspend Church Service

    Spread of coronavirus accelerates in U.S. jails and prisons

    New York's Cuomo pleads for doctors, nurses from other states to aid its hospitals

    Coronavirus hits hundreds of U.S. police amid protective gear shortages

  7. What a Pandora's box this lock down has exposed. I'm hearing so many nutso stories from students, from students bugging out from school and forgetting to bring home textbooks, to the fact that neither of us signed up for on-line learning, to domestic and health issues.

    Russian Covid-19 aid plane to US: Putin asked Trump if he needed help & he accepted, Kremlin spokesman says

    A cargo plane loaded with medical supplies and protection equipment may depart for the US by the end of Tuesday, the Kremlin said, after a phone call between US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. [more]

    [going to make the Dems look really bad]

    The US was named the best equipped country to deal with a pandemic not a year ago — what happened there?

    Just last year, the US topped a list of the countries best equipped to deal with a pandemic. But the experts have egg on their face as America spirals into Covid-19 catastrophe. What went wrong?
    It looks clear now that the US is going to be one of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Their stock market has gone into full blown meltdown, and is set for its worst quarter of all time. It seems inevitable that their economy will be plunged into a second Great Depression.

    Coup plan B! US tells Guaido he may renounce his Venezuela ‘presidency’ claim – but they’ll still support him

    [if you make it out of the country...]

    The US State Department magnanimously agreed that opposition politician Juan Guaido may not actually be president of Venezuela, but insisted he still has to be part of a transition government if Caracas wants sanctions relief.[more]

    [always late to the party]
    CDC, Trump considering scenario where public wear masks [~ 5.3 min. news spot]