Sunday, July 4, 2021

Democrats Seek Perpetual Coronavirus Control; Pentagon Gave Millions to EcoHealth Alliance for Weapons Research Program, and other C-Virus related stories

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Democrats seek perpetual coronavirus control:
President Biden’s White House has taken a look at the delta variant of the coronavirus, given a listen to the World Health Organization’s latest advice and summarily concluded: More people will die — “you know it’s going to happen,” he said.
This is the Democrats’ way of paving the path toward perpetual lockdowns.
Here’s what you need to know, from the lips of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, no less: “Viruses constantly change through mutation.” In other words: Keep your heads, people. This is the normal process of viruses — all viruses. Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, put it well on Twitter: “Don’t let the fear mongers win. New public England study of delta variant shows 44 deaths out of 53,822 (0.8%) in unvaccinated group. Hmmm.”
The takeaway?
Cooler heads mean liberty stands a chance of surviving.
But here’s something else you need to know, from UnityPoint Health, an article that, in part, talks about the causes of mutating viruses. There are three — one of which is “the creation of a vaccine,” the article stated. --->READ MORE HERE
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Pentagon gave millions to EcoHealth Alliance for weapons research program:
The Defense Department doled out millions of dollars to the same nonprofit that funneled federal grant money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for bat coronavirus research — with most of the Pentagon money going toward murky research on countering biological weapons.
New York City-based EcoHealth Alliance has already come under scrutiny for redirecting funds from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to the Chinese lab, from where many believe COVID-19 leaked to set off the worst pandemic in a century.
But federal spending data shows that EcoHealth has a long and profitable relationship with the Pentagon, receiving $41.91 million in awards since fiscal year 2008. That’s more than three times the next-largest amount awarded to it by any other agency over the same period ($13.17 million from the Department of Health and Human Services).
Of the $41.91 million, $37.61 million was awarded to EcoHealth Alliance by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), which describes its mission as “to protect the United States and its allies by enabling the DoD and international partners to detect, deter, and defeat WMD and threat networks.” --->READ MORE HERE
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