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Leaked Documents Reveal Coronavirus Infections Up to 52 Times Higher Than Reported Figures in China’s Shandong Province

The novel coronavirus outbreak in eastern China’s Shandong Province is much worse than what has been officially reported, according to a series of internal government documents obtained by The Epoch Times. Each day from Feb. 9 to Feb. 23, Shandong authorities underreported the number of infections, according to internal data compiled by the Shandong Center for Disease Prevention and Control (SCDC). The SCDC kept a tally of the number of people who tested positive for the virus during nucleic acid testing—using a diagnostic kit to test patient samples and detect whether they contain the virus’s genetic sequence. The SCDC’s daily…

Parents Tell The Truth About Their Son In His Obituary

Robert Wells III (1997 – 2020) Robert Wells, III was born in St. Bernard Parish, October 9, 1997 to Robert Wells, Jr. and Deborah Wells. He spent the years after hurricane Katrina in the St. Charles Parish area until his murder on Sunday, February 16, 2020. As loving parents, we were not prepared for the untimely, tragic death of our young son He was a wonderful, funny, intelligent, talented and compassionate young man until the false desires of fast money and instant gratification lured him away from the morals and ethics instilled in him from a young age. Tough Love…

1 in 5 Europeans says secret Jewish cabal runs the world, survey finds

A secret network of Jews influences global political and economic affairs. That’s the feeling among a fifth of the 16,000 respondents to a survey among Europeans from 16 countries. The same number also agreed with the statement that “Jews exploit Holocaust victimhood for their own needs.” The survey was presented Monday at a conference about antisemitism organized in Paris by the European Jewish Association. It was conducted in December and January in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Poland, among other countries. Other findings: * A quarter of respondents agreed with the statement that Israel’s…

Israel is the first country to warn its citizens not to travel abroad over coronavirus fears

In a dramatic statement Wednesday, Israel’s Health Ministry urged Israelis to seriously consider refraining from traveling abroad, as the country looked to isolate itself from the novel coronavirus outbreak rapidly spreading across the globe. “If you don’t genuinely have to fly — don’t do so,” the ministry said in a travel warning. In making the announcement, Israel became the first country to urge its citizens to refrain from international travel entirely because of the outbreak, which started in China in December and has since infected over 80,000 worldwide and claimed well over 2,000 lives, almost all of them in China.…

Fortnite video game recorded sound of gunshots in Saginaw County case, police say

SAGINAW, MI — Police say a session of the popular video game Fortnite recorded audio of a scuffle inside a Zilwaukee home that led to gunfire and a woman suffering from multiple bullet wounds. Portions of the recording were played during the preliminary examination of Cody R. Nelson, the 18-year-old who prosecutors say shot the woman in his house. Nelson’s hearing took place the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 21, before Saginaw County District Judge David Hoffman. Recently retired Carrollton Township Police Officer James J. Kellett testified that about 2:04 p.m. on Jan. 7 he responded to 995 Edison St. in…

AT&T Loses California Case After Lying To Consumers About ‘Unlimited’ Data Throttling

Back in 2014 the FTC sued AT&T for selling “unlimited” wireless data plans with very real and annoying limits. The lawsuit noted that, starting in 2011, AT&T began selling “unlimited” plans that actually throttled upwards of 90 percent of your downstream speeds after using just two or three gigabytes of data. AT&T spent years trying to wiggle out of the lawsuit via a variety of legal gymnastics, including at one point trying to claim that the very same net neutrality and FCC Title II rules AT&T was trying to kill prevented the FTC from holding it accountable. Nearly a decade…

Facial-Recognition Company That Works With Law Enforcement Says Entire Client List Was Stolen

A facial-recognition company that contracts with powerful law-enforcement agencies just reported that an intruder stole its entire client list, according to a notification the company sent to its customers. In the notification, which The Daily Beast reviewed, the startup Clearview AI disclosed to its customers that an intruder “gained unauthorized access” to its list of customers, to the number of user accounts those customers had set up, and to the number of searches its customers have conducted. The notification said the company’s servers were not breached and that there was “no compromise of Clearview’s systems or network.” The company also…

GLITCH: Pets ‘go hungry’ after smart feeder goes offline

Owners of a device designed to release food for pets say their animals were left hungry during a week-long system failure. Petnet allows owners to schedule and control feeding via a smartphone app. When the BBC contacted Petnet on its advertised email address, the email bounced back with a delivery failure notice. One pet owner tweeted: “My cat starved for over a week”, while others complained about other hardware issues. “My three Gen2 feeders constantly jam and won’t dispense food,” wrote another. Some expressed relief that the feeders were now back online. Petnet has two Twitter accounts. The official one…

WTF is going on? 17 major companies had their CEO step down in the last 30 days

After a little research, here’s my best list of CEO’s stepping down in the last 30 days: (TODAY, 2/25, CRASH DAY 2, DOW -879.44) Disney CEO, Bob Iger, 2/25 (after 15 Y) MasterCard CEO, Ajay Banga, 2/25 (after 10 Y) Salesforce CEO, Keith Block, 2/25 (after 18 M) Outdoor Voices CEO, Tyler Haney, 2/25 (after 8 Y) Cansortium Cannabis CEO, Jose Hidalgo, 2/25 (after 5 Y) St. Luke’s Hospital CEO, Christine Candio, 2/25 (after 5 Y) (one of St. Louis’ biggest hospitals) JCPenney CMO, Shawn Gensch, 2/25 (after 9 M) (YESTERDAY, 2/24, CRASH DAY 1, DOW -1,031.61) Bowers & Wilkins…

Hawaii urging residents to keep 14-day kit of emergency supplies at home in preparation for COVID-19 virus

The state is urging residents to take steps now to prepare for the potential spread of the coronavirus to Hawaii amid a stark warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that the virus could cause a “significant disruption” to American life. “It’s not so much a matter of if this will happen anymore, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have severe illness,” said Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. “We cannot hermetically seal off the United States…

CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier says the coronavirus pandemic will spread in the USA, a matter of “when” not “if” … while Trump urges everybody to keep buying (overbought) stocks

When listening to the CDC’s Dr. Nancy Messonnier warn about the coming pandemic outbreaks across America, you no longer have to read between the lines. She’s just flat out saying it now: It’s coming. Get prepared. If you aren’t prepared, you’re a fool. “Now is the time for businesses, hospitals, communities, schools and everyday people to begin preparing,” Dr. Messonnier recently told reporters on a conference call, according to CNBC. “We are asking the American public to work with us to prepare for the expectation that this could be bad.” The Wall Street Journal adds this unambiguous statement that needs…

Orange County declares state of emergency; Los Angeles flight attendant tests positive for the coronavirus

Following San Francisco’s state of emergency declaration yesterday, now Orange County has declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus, reports Fox 11 out of Los Angeles: Orange County officials declared a local health emergency Wednesday in response to the coronavirus, which has now infected more than 81,000 people worldwide. Michelle Steel, chair of the county Board of Supervisors, and board Vice Chair Andrew Do made the announcement at an early afternoon news conference. She was quick to note “there are no current incidents reported in the county of Orange,” adding yet more confusion to the pattern that an…

WHAT WAS THIS? Eric Holder Posts an Anti-Trump Cryptic Tweet on Coronovirus with Two Assassinated Politicians

Deep state Democrat operatives are more boldened by the day. Obviously, they gain comfort in knowing Republicans are too weak to prosecute them for their crimes (so far). And they also feel emboldened now that the entire intelligence apparatus is behind them or too afraid to speak out against them. On Tuesday Eric Holder posted a cryptic tweet that lit up the internet. The former Obama Attorney General and father of Fast and Furious scandal posted a cryptic tweet on the coronavirus that many see as a threat. Eric Holder: Does anyone think that if there were a consequential national…

Trump complains he is not getting credit for doing ‘a great job’ handling Coronavirus epidemic

President Donald Trump lashed out at his critics on Tuesday for not praising his response to the Coronavirus outbreak. “CDC and my Administration are doing a GREAT job of handling Coronavirus, including the very early closing of our borders to certain areas of the world,” Trump argued. “No matter how well we do, however, the Democrats’ talking point is that we are doing badly,” he complained. “If the virus disappeared tomorrow, they would say we did a really poor, and even incompetent, job. Not fair, but it is what it is,” he continued. CDC and my Administration are doing a…

Plague history repeating itself in 100-year cycles

This is an interesting cyclic pattern of major plagues occurring every 100 years. This has been recently reported by other sources, but I decided to do some research on my own. I use to own a property that had a long history by Canadian standards. I did some historical research on the place and discovered that in 1920 the original homesteader lost two of his young daughters and wife to the Spanish Flu. Just out of interest I decided to research it a little and this influenza pandemic was most dangerous for the very young and old. It infected 500…

83 Being Monitored For Coronavirus In Long Island’s Nassau County, 8 Quarantined In Westchester: Live Updates

Summary: CDC reports 6 new cases among repatriated Americans 83 being monitored in Nassau County Norway has confirmed its first case 8 quarantined in Westchester HHS confirms 15th case Iran deaths hit 19 Brazil confirms first case in South America France confirms 2nd death Tokyo pushes back against Tokyo Games cancellation talk Greece confirms first case Germany unleashes fiscal stimulus after confirming new cases Dems one-up Trump with $8.5 billion package. Kuwait, Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain confirm new cases Finland confirms 2nd case 1st 2 cases reported in Pakistan HHS Secretary tells Congress infectious disease fund has no extra uncommitted cash…

Saxobank: “We Do Not Want To Advocate Panic” But “This Has Clearly Been A Huge Mispricing Of Risk”

Summary: The COVID-19 spread outside of China has sparked concerns the outbreak is evolving into a global pandemic, despite the WHO saying it is too early to re-classify. This has triggered a reassessment of downside risks which has seen a wave of selling wash across risky assets. The market flipped very suddenly from outright complacency to all out panic and risk assets were offered across the board as investors woke up to the realities of what has clearly been a huge mispricing of risk. Risk assets had been remarkably resilient in the face of a double whammy demand and supply…

Key Witness in Harvey Weinstein Trial Hit by Car and Hospitalized

Dr. Barbara Ziv the forensic psychologist who played a key role in the conviction of Harvey Weinstein by testifying as a witness in his trial was recently hospitalized after being hit by a car. Not much is known about her condition or the circumstances of the incident aside from the fact that she was hit by a car while crossing the street and is in the hospital with multiple broken bones. Law and Crime noted that there is no evidence that Ziv’s injuries have anything to do with her role as a witness in the Weinstein trial, but the timing…

As Americans Distracted by Trump Tweets, President Quietly Attacks Medical Pot Protections

There has been a proverbial sh*t storm brewing online this week and last as President Donald Trump receives both praise and hatred for his tweets over the Roger Stone sentencing. Trump has repeatedly bashed the jury forewoman publicly over the past week since Stone was sentenced to over three years in prison for obstructing a congressional investigation. As many folks argued over the Stone debacle, behind the scenes, the Trump admin has been taking on medical marijuana — and not in a good way. Despite what president Trump says to certain crowds on the campaign trail, his actions in office…

Innocent Mom Gave Permission for Cops to Search Her Home, They Destroyed It With Grenades Instead

Caldwell, ID — Cops in Idaho managed an epic act of incompetence when they shot up and teargassed a woman’s home — even though she had given them the key — after initiating an hours-long standoff with an empty home, occupied only by the family pet. “Basically, they had a standoff with a dog,” Shaniz West’s attorney said at the time. Now, after fighting the corrupt system that left this innocent mother and her children homeless, she is fighting her case all the way up to the Supreme Court, thanks to the Institute of Justice. The question brought forth before…

Book of Revelation ‘prophesied coronavirus stopping Christian Sabbath’

CORONAVIRUS is preventing churches in China from honouring the Christian Sabbath, something the Book of Revelation predicted before the end of the world, according to a religious publication. More than 80,000 people have been affected by the deadly virus now, with more than 2,600 fatalities recorded worldwide. The Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreak, announced a policy of eased restrictions yesterday, allowing residents to leave in small groups. But, just three hours later, the decision was reversed, placing its nine million residents back under strict quarantine. Churches in the city, including those honouring the Christian Sabbath, have been banned from…

US ‘plotted to kill Julian Assange and make it look like an accident’: Spies discussed kidnapping or poisoning WikiLeaks founder in Ecuadorean embassy, extradition trial hears

US spies hatched a plot to kidnap or even poison Julian Assange using shady Spanish private detectives after he leaked 250,000 top secret documents online, his extradition hearing was told yesterday. The WikiLeaks founder’s human rights barrister Edward Fitzgerald, who has previously represented Moors Murderer Myra Hindley and hate preacher Abu Hamza, said an attack inside London’s Ecuadorean embassy would have looked like an ‘accident’. The QC said private security from a Spanish company, acting on behalf of the US authorities, were involved in ‘intrusive and sophisticated’ surveillance of his client, but were outed by a mysterious Iberian whistleblower known only as ‘witness…

Extreme Panic Could Soon Hit USA…

U.S. government officials are doing their best to keep the general population calm, but everyone can see what is happening in the rest of the world.  There are now empty store shelves in Italy just like there are in China.  People are waiting in extremely long lines to buy masks in South Korea just like we saw in Hong Kong.  And victims are literally collapsing in public in Iran just like we witnessed in Wuhan.  This coronavirus outbreak is rapidly becoming a true global pandemic, and the panic that this has caused on Wall Street resulted in a 1,031 point…

‘Just a question of when’: CDC warns Americans coronavirus may cause ‘SEVERE’ disruption of everyday life

The Spread of COVID-19 coronavirus in the US is not a matter of whether but when, and Americans need to prepare for their lives to be disrupted, a senior official at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned. “It’s not so much a question of if this will happen any more, but rather more a question of exactly when this will happen and how many people in this country will have severe illness,” Dr. Nancy Messonnier, head of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said during a conference call with reporters on Tuesday. “We are…

Dow crashes down more than 800 points, or 1,800 this week, amid coronavirus panic

Fear of COVID-19 coronavirus spreading globally is driving down US stock markets, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average sliding by almost 900 points before recovering slightly to close at 27,081.36. Nasdaq composite dropped by 255 points (2.77 percent) by Tuesday closing, while the S&P 500 was down 97 points (3 percent). Tuesday’s downturn follows Monday’s numbers, when the Dow lost more than 1,000 points and both S&P 500 and Nasdaq were down by more than 3 percent – wiping out most of the gains since the beginning of the year. The coronavirus epidemic in China has already disrupted global supply…

Man arrested after trying to blow up a car in Pentagon parking lot

An Arkansas man led Pentagon security on a wild chase after allegedly trying to blow up a car parked near the building. He was arrested in Arlington National Cemetery and faces charges that could land him in prison for 20 years. Matthew Dmitri Richardson, 19, was spotted by Pentagon police on Monday morning as he was attempting to use a lighter to ignite a rag protruding from the gas tank of a car parked in the building’s north parking lot, according to court documents. Declaring he was going to “blow this vehicle up” along with himself, Richardson bolted when an…

Look at These Mind-Blowing Fossils of 1 Billion-Year-Old Seaweed

Strange, vein-like shadows imprinted in ancient rocks are some of the most important clues yet in piecing together the timeline of photosynthesis. At 1 billion years old, the tiny fossils are the oldest example of green algae we’ve ever discovered. Even from all those aeons ago, the fossils show evidence of characteristics in common with modern algae. They represent multicellular organisms with branching structures and even root systems. Palaeontologists have named the newly discovered, ancient algae Proterocladus antiquus, and it beats the previous record-holder – the fragmentary Proterocladus, 800 million years old (it’s possible they’re both the same species). This…

Archaeologists in Turkey Discover a Mysterious Ancient Kingdom Lost in History

It was said that all he touched turned to gold. But destiny eventually caught up with the legendary King Midas, and a long-lost chronicle of his ancient downfall appears to have literally surfaced in Turkey. Last year, archaeologists were investigating an ancient mound site in central Turkey called Türkmen-Karahöyük. The greater region, the Konya Plain, abounds with lost metropolises, but even so, researchers couldn’t have been prepared for what they were about to find. A local farmer told the group that a nearby canal, recently dredged, revealed the existence of a large strange stone, marked with some kind of unknown…

A Woman Accidentally Took 550 Times The Normal LSD Dose, Case Report Details

A teenager who accidentally ingested 10 times the normal recreational dose of LSD. A 26-year-old who overdosed on the same drug, not knowing she was pregnant. A woman who took 550 LSD doses all at once, mistaking it for another drug entirely. These exceptional and alarming stories of massive LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) overdoses that happened to real people are all detailed in a new study, seeking to understand the medical effects of extremely high dosages of psychedelics in recreational settings. Why do scientists want to know these things? In recent years, renewed interest in the use of psychedelics for…

Scientists Find The First-Ever Animal That Doesn’t Need Oxygen to Survive

Some truths about the Universe and our experience in it seem immutable. The sky is up. Gravity sucks. Nothing can travel faster than light. Multicellular life needs oxygen to live. Except we might need to rethink that last one. Scientists have just discovered that a jellyfish-like parasite doesn’t have a mitochondrial genome – the first multicellular organism known to have this absence. That means it doesn’t breathe; in fact, it lives its life completely free of oxygen dependency. This discovery isn’t just changing our understanding of how life can work here on Earth – it could also have implications for…

FBI, NYPD Raid Fashion Exec Peter Nygard’s Headquarters In Sex-Trafficking Pedophilia Investigation

The FBI and NYPD detectives raided the Manhattan headquarters of fashion executive Peter Nygard on Tuesday morning in connection with an ongoing sex-trafficking investigation, according to the New York Times, citing two law enforcement officials who spoke on condition of anonymity. The 78-year-old Nygard has been under investigation for at least five months by a joint child-exploitation task force overseen by the Manhattan US attorney’s office. According to the report, at least four women have accused Nygard in a lawsuit of sexually assaulting them when they were 14 and 15. While the raid is the latest in an ongoing joint…