Never Forget

My social media platforms have been flooded with pictures, videos and commentary for Americans to not forget 9/11. Sadly many have forgotten. How could there ever be a nonsensical movement to abolish the police, or allow radicals to immigrate, or hold public office with terror connections proves we have forgotten. Forgotten or forgiven?

I am a man of forgiveness, for I had need of forgiveness and knelled at the Cross, and still do every day. Americans are wonderfully forgiving people, but forgiving someone, or “some people who did something” is plain stupidity if we allow them a voice in our government. Allowing people who desire the destructing of our great country to have a prominent role in government is playing into the hands of our enemies. Having policy makers or high level FBI and CIA officials born or educated in foreign countries and exporting a one world mentality is troubling.

Have we forgotten? We have accepted the lie of appeasement. After all THEY are peaceful. They only shout death to America, they would never follow through, or would they?

I am a forgiving man. I am also a realist. God Bless America!

I’m Sick of Covid-19

Let me first say there is a virus that can be fatal, but the overreaction to what is going on now is literally making me sick. You can’t get it by being in the same room or touching something someone else has touched, unless there is some type of fluid on the surface. If it were that contagious every person in the grocery store or at a gas pump on that has touched any other surface would have contracted this virus. Cans of vegetables, key pads, etc would have spread this virus exponentially. I am not a medical doctor, but I am sick of what is happening in our country.

Don’t you think it’s time to live. I say we all just live like this virus never happened. I haven’t worn a mask except to go into a business and then I immediately take it off. I have not necessarily practiced any social distancing. I know personally of at least 3 families that a member of the family had covid and none of the rest of the family contracted it. Explain that. All in close contact with each other. In all cases it was the mom, the care giver who had it.

We have been fed a lie to control us. Thank God our church is open for business, otherwise I might just go off the deep end. Well not really. I know some may disagree with this, but just my opinion. Here where I live people are pretty much living life and we have no great outbreak at all. Let’s just say it, it’s over and let’s start living.

By the way if a mask works and you are wearing one, you are safe, even if I don’t. And if it doesn’t…..

At least we know the expiration date of the virus. Nov. 3 2020.

Fauci Files: Celebrated doc’s career dotted with ethics, safety controversies inside NIH

Reinstated whistleblower says Fauci failed to get involved when problems emerged on his management watch.

By Daniel Payne and John Solomon Just the News

Earlier this month, Dr. Anthony Fauci offered a pointed response to those who have challenged his stewardship of the pandemic as the nation’s infectious disease chief: “I think you can trust me,” he declared, citing his long record of service in government medicine.

That is exactly what Fauci’s National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) agency declared years ago to foster children in New York, Illinois and elsewhere, many of whom were enrolled in an AIDS drug trial without the promised patient protections. An investigation concluded the NIAID’s AIDS research division that reported to Fauci had failed in many cases to provide patient advocates to monitor the foster kids’ health as promised, and in some cases, as required by law.

In other words, a trust was broken.

Earlier this month, Dr. Anthony Fauci offered a pointed response to those who have challenged his stewardship of the pandemic as the nation’s infectious disease chief: “I think you can trust me,” he declared, citing his long record of service in government medicine.

Just the News review of three decades of Fauci’s leadership of the National Institutes of Health’s infectious disease arm found that while his agency has achieved many successes in the fights against AIDS and other infectious diseases it also produced several instances — like the foster children research — in which congressional, government ethics and internal watchdogs found safety or ethics lapses on his watch. They include:

  • A 2004 internal NIH review that concluded Fauci’s AIDS research division was a “troubled organization” where managers were creating a hostile atmosphere with “sexually explicit and colorful language” and “seemingly being unaware of the need for appropriate behavior, decorum and enforcement of good management practices and rules of supervision.”
  • A pregnant Tennessee woman who died in 2003 after she enrolled in NIH-funded research in hopes of saving her soon-to-be-born son from getting AIDS. A review found that doctors continued to administer an experimental drug regimen despite signs of liver failure.
  • At least 10 children in a pediatric AIDS drug study died in what an investigation concluded was a death toll “significantly higher” than expected and unexplained. 
  • An Office of Government Ethics investigation that cited NIAID for failing to review and clear two-thirds of its workers who were moonlighting in private industry for possible ethical conflicts.
  • A 1992 Department of Health and Human Services inspector general investigation that concluded NIAID failed to police two conflicts of interest in a vaccine experiment.

In 2005, the AIDS research division under Fauci’s agency was also required to reinstate a whistleblower, Dr. Jonathan Fishbein, its chief of ethics and regulatory compliance, after he and many lawmakers in both parties argued he had been wrongly fired in retaliation for raising safety concerns in some of the agency’s research.

In an interview with Just the News, Fishbein said this week that Fauci failed to take responsibility for the managers and researchers working below him when signs of trouble emerged, allowing problems to persist until others intervened. “Fauci is all about Fauci,” Fishbein said. “He loves being the headline. It’s his ego.”

Read all the article at https://justthenews.com/accountability/political-ethics/fauci-says-americans-should-trust-doctors-himself-his-career

This is the Dr. who shut the world down. Deep state friend of Clinton and Bill Gates, We have been played and the President has been played as well. We may never get the country back. Oh wait, the election is in November, it will be all over then.

We are being Played!

Heard of this a lot lately, but had no concrete evidence so I withheld posting.

About to share a word for word post a very, very good friend of ours from church shared on social media. Guarantee this is a true story.

“So we have two friends with 2 daughters. These 2 were hanging with a friend they found out tested positive for COVID, so they were being responsible and went in to be tested themselves. 4 hours later, they hadn’t been seen and went home UNTESTED. The next day they got a phone call about both of them of their POSITIVE TEST! This happened in Naples Fl.”.

We are being played by the authorities. Setting us up for a loss of our liberties. I will not comply.

Corporations Hyping BLM Fail Us In Every Other Way

If Apple and Nike actually cared, they would focus on creating jobs in struggling American black communities. But they don’t.

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Corporations Hyping BLM Fail Us In Every Other Way

If Apple and Nike actually cared, they would focus on creating jobs in struggling American black communities. But they don’t.A casket company sits next to abandoned buildings in the Englewood community in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Ann Hermes/The Christian Science Monitor via Getty Images)

JULY 10, 2020|

12:01 AMDARRELL C. SCOTT

Over the past weeks, we have been endlessly inundated with the same three words: “Black Lives Matter.” We hear them every day, on every media platform. Those words are spray-painted on buildings, streets and monuments across the country. We’ve also witnessed a parade of elite corporations vocally and financially supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

Their rhetoric is lofty and touching, but contradicted by their actions. As Johnny Burtka, the Executive Director of The American Conservative, pointed out on the Tucker Carlson Show: these companies have not lifted a finger to actually help or create jobs for the people they claim to support.

It may be a cliche, but if Black Lives really mattered, and not just a political slogan, the poverty and helplessness in black communities would be addressed. Instead of burning the communities down they would try to protect them. Instead of sitting back and watching there would be an effort to save black lives in Chicago and other cities where black on black violence occurs regularly. What about closing abortion clinics in black neighborhoods. More black babies are aborted in New York than births. All Lives Matter

Last paragraph is MY commentary.