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China claims to have found 24 more versions of the Coronavirus in bats that CAN infect humans

One thing is for certain the world probably has had enough of the Coronavirus, but, if mother nature is anything to go by we certainly haven’t seen the last of the infamous virus. But new reports out of China insist that there are at least 24 more species of the Coronavirus that are very much capable of jumping to humans just like the last strain did. According to Chinese media reports, Chinese scientists and researchers inside the infamous Wuhan institute are now claiming that the world may not be out of the water just yet. Species and samples were reportedly collected between May 2019 and November 2020 as suspicions had initially grown over the source of the original species of the Coronavirus. The species that still largely remains unknown and has killed scores of people ...
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Pressure is mounting to investigate Dr. Peter Daszak over his links to #WuhanLabLeak , infamous e-mail chain, and alleged role in cover-up

Peter Daszak is a British doctor that has been revealed to be one of the key researchers who manipulated Coronaviruses at the now infamous Wuhan China lab. Though it is understood that there might be a few dark elements not previously known before. While Beijing is busy trying to maintain a narrative that has now largely been pushed aside — it appears that in fact the Coronavirus originated from a lab leak that should’ve never happened (though many are wondering if that is the case, and it does appear that way, is it even possible to stop it.?) It’s no particular coincidence that in fact the virus originated in a city and country home to the largest collection of such viruses (including the bat kind.) China ‘s collection of such Coronaviruses are next to none compared to other cou...
coronavirus, Fresh News

Fallout intensifies over #WuhanLabLeak theory as its revealed America gave millions to lab linked to charity studying Coronaviruses

The fallout over revelations that America may have unintentionally (heaven forbid intentionally) played a part in funding the Wuhan based lab at the centre of COVID-19 continues. According to federal documents shared online on Friday, the U.S Pentagon is now finding itself on the receiving end of the same backlas that Dr. Fauci is facing. The Pentaton has been revealed to have been a major financial donor to one of the Wuhan based lab sites that are believed to be connected to the viral outbreak. It is understood that the Pentagon gave more than $39M to a group called Ecohealth Alliance (EHA.) The group is helmed by British scientist Dr. Peter Daszak — one of the key individuals who tried to help initially downplay lab leak theories. But as the news reportedly emerged of the f...
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Against reports of the #WuhanLabLeak , a look at what led to what may be a man made disaster

Editors Note: The theory that suggests that the Lab Leak came at the hands of the Chinese government should be directed at the Chinese government and not the Chinese people. Chinese citizens are not responsible for COVID-19. After more than a year and initially being totally debunked, the Wuhan Lab Leak theory has gained steam once again because it appears the United States may have played a part in the disaster that followed. That part may have come intentionally or unintentionally (that part is unclear) as it has been revealed that the U.S CDC ponied up $600,000 to China as the pandemic broke out. That particular tidbit has riled those who have argued that China may know more than the government is leading on but won’t say much. The ruling Communist Party maintains tha...
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Facebook lifts ban on COVID posts but people still feel Facebook is doing the world dirty

Against the backdrop of widespread and potentially credible claims that the COVID-19 virus came from a Chinese lab, Facebook is now changing a major tune on its network. Last week, Facebook banned posts on the network that openly claimed that the virus originated from the aforementioned Wuhan lab. Facebook initially classified the claims as misinformation even as the American government came out to say potentially otherwise. Politico reports that a statement has been released by Facebook acknowledging that they're making the change. "We’re continuing to work with health experts to keep pace with the evolving nature of the pandemic and regularly update our policies as new facts and trends emerge," the spokesperson said. 
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UK News, UK Politics

Not so fast: You may or may not have to have papers to booze say UK officials

With the UK set to begin testing events on how to get people back to somewhat normal of lives --- there are an equal number of reports suggesting vaccine passports are imminent. According to those reports, the government has cautioned that it is not yet fully clear whether or not pubs will be req'd to demand vaccine passports from patrons. That may or may not put a damper on some plans to immediately return to the pubs following the lifting of said lockdown restrictions. But there remains to be seen whether or not political uniformity will help the idea take hold. The Mail reports that Labour party members and even some Tories are likely going to come out against the idea. Alike their American counterparts, they're also branding the idea discriminatory and divisive.
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The vaccinated anti masker attacks have begun: Watch

America has always had an entitled problem but those who appear to be vaccinated are a different breed. Out in San Francisco an Uber driver has found himself in the midst of headlines after being assaulted by his passengers. An assault they took place because they allegedly didn’t conform to the mask rules in his vehicle: Note: While mask mandates are being lifted, it does appear as a business that Uber still has mask mandates for its riders. The video has been widely circulated online after it was provided to a California based reporter who posted the shocking verbally laced footage. https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1369112642128863233?s=21 Uber has since confirmed that they’ve identified the riders and banned them — though we’ve also learned that after his ...
Afternoon Roundup

Amid fears of a food shortage in the UK, France temporarily lifts the ban

Following fears that there could have been a widespread food shortage in the U.K, France appears to have come up off its ban on travelers to and from the country. According to the French government, the restriction on truck drivers entering the country has been temporarily lifted so long as a negative COVID test can be provided. The move comes as officials are battling reports of food running low in markets across the U.K and amid fears that it could get worse. In the coming days, testing sites are scheduled to pop up across popular routes that truck drivers use during their delivery routes. Since the weekend — some 2,800 reported carrier trucks were stranded and could not meet their demands.
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Not so fast on that COVID-19 relief bill, Americans are getting bamboozled and bamboozled hard

The much discussed COVID-19 relief bill is about to be voted on but uh Americans might want to pay close attention to what we’re about to share with you. In the monster 5,000 page bill, it is abundantly clear that our American friends are getting played by the government. In the middle of a pandemic; arguments by the GOP that the small payments to Americans are already to generous, and one Mitch McConnell with his claims that such aren’t cost-effective — turns out there’s more to the story. According to the massive bill, there is quite literally billions of dollars going to foreign powers; Israel, Cambodia, an apparent Asian resource project (we’re not entirely sure what that actually is), and various other causes around the world. While that seems generous and all, perhaps, many ...
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COVID has stopped all travel from the U.K, here’s what you need to know

COVID-19 and reports of a new mutated strain in London have caused multiple countries to stop all travel from the U.K arriving on their soil. Germany; France, Italy (America?), and at least two more countries have all blocked incoming travel from the U.K. The block comes just hours after reports of a 70% more contagious mutated version of the Coronavirus. It is unclear how or when this version of the Coronavirus mutated or perhaps to what full extent it is actually mutated. The Eurotunnel Le Shuttle which straddles service between the U.K/France border has confirmed that the last train left shortly after 9:15pm local time tonight. All travel is suspended as of this writing. A running list so far of those that have blocked the U.K: Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Au...
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2nd stimmy? Here’s what you need to know

Looks like after much hubub and bickering —- Congress has at least somewhat hashed out a temporary COVID-relief bill until a later date. According to multiple reports; Moscow Mitch, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office an initial agreed-to bill appears to be coming. In that bill are the following things headed to Americans: a 2nd stimulus check of $600 per eligible person, and an additional $300 a week in unemployment. The extended unemployment reportedly will last upwards of four months and will be revisited if the pandemic has not gotten under control at that time. It’s also worth noting that if the Democrats win the Senate future COVID-relief bills will likely look dramatically different. It appears that in part the GOP caved to $600 and additional weeks of unemployment beca...
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A holiday letter from our family to yours

Dear friends; readers, supporters, and new readers, Each of you mean something to me. For almost my entire life, many of you have supported my then aspirations into being a blogger and what would become of my full fledged journalism career almost 20 years later. Almost 20 years and a college degree later, you could say that I’ve cemented parts of my career. This holiday season as many of us are alone; without our families (I sadly won’t be able to watch Christmas movies on repeat with my niece and nephew this year), I hope each of us can learn to appreciate what we have and what we have with those in which we love. 2020 has taught us that in the blink of an eye and against the backdrop(s) of governments that don’t care about us —- we are largely out here to survive on our...
2020 U.S Elections, coronavirus

Instead of weekly benefits, Republicans want to give Americans $600 one more time and call it a day

As the battle for Coronavirus relief benefits continues in Washington Americans are still left to largely falter because some feel no more benefits are needed. That couldn’t be any furthest from the truth just weeks ahead of a mass expiration date for millions of people currently depending on those benefits. The latest hope for a Coronavirus relief bill may be partially dashed because Republicans and Donald Trump want to stop weekly unemployment benefits in exchange for a $600 one-off stimulus check. That would be the end of the relief on a literal financial aspect. However, that isn’t what is being proposed by a bypartisan group of politicians in Washington. Both sides previously just days ago had agreed on $300 weekly payments until April plus a host of other things. “Th...
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