ELITE PEDOPHILE NETWORK TO BE EXPOSED AFTER ARREST OF MAXWELL?

Or will she be “suicided”?

By Paul Joseph Watson – 7/2/2020

Elite Pedophile Network to be Exposed After Arrest of Maxwell?

The FBI has arrested Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman who helped Jeffrey Epstein procure young girls and minors as part of a sexual blackmail operation involving members of the global elite that could now be blown wide open.

“She was arrested in Bedford, New Hampshire around 8:30 a.m. on charges she conspired with Epstein to sexually abuse minors, and is expected to appear in a federal court later today,” reports NBC News.

Now it remains to be seen whether Maxwell will suffer the same fate as Jeffrey Epstein, who conveniently “committed suicide” before he could talk.

Both Maxwell and Epstein were reportedly intelligence assets, which protected both of them from arrest for a number of years before Epstein’s death.

Maxwell is the only surviving person to know the full extent of Epstein’s blackmail operation and which members of the global elite were intimately involved.

Let’s hope that cameras don’t mysteriously fail and guards don’t go AWOL, allowing Maxwell to “commit suicide,” something which will likely see the full extent of the case buried for good.

Questions will also be asked as to what role if any the Trump administration had in pushing for Maxwell’s arrest given that Trump has made it a cornerstone of his agenda to go after global sex trafficking rings.

Numerous global pedophile busts over the last three decades have had deep ties to the political classes and the establishment.

German authorities also recently announced that they were investigating a pedophile ring with a whopping 30,000 potential suspects.

 

HOUSTON POLICE VIDEO: Help cops catch the guy who assaulted & robbed mom while unloading groceries

7/2/2020

Why should we, after seeing such online, have sympathy for the kind of people who would do such a thing to a defenseless woman bringing in her groceries. People can shout all they want, but this just makes sane people more determined to be unsympathetic. Wake up people — take a look at yourselves. Those of you who yell the most should take it on themselves to find a way to stop such actions. You don’t want hate, then stop your people from being hateful.

MAINSTREAM MEDIA CITES DUBIOUS ‘STUDY’ CLAIMING PROTESTS DIDN’T CONTRIBUTE TO COVID-19 REBOUND

This is almost laughable.

Zero Hedge – JULY 2, 2020

Mainstream Media Cites Dubious 'Study' Claiming Protests Didn't Contribute To COVID-19 Rebound

How mainstream media outlets report on things like studies and other “pop-science” research that always seems to confirm progressive narratives – or at least that’s how it might appear to any reader who doesn’t read past the 3rd paragraph (many don’t), or doesn’t take a closer look at the research themselves.

Such is the case with a recent report published by Time Magazine proclaiming that the protests aren’t to blame for the recent resurgence in coronavirus cases in most parts of the country. Of course, a closer look shows that a more appropriate title might be “Nationwide COVID-19 Spike Caused By Protests Not As Bad As Feared”.

Already, local news reports from Texas, to California to New York to Washington DC and Minnesota (where several national guard members tested positive) have confirmed individual case who were likely infected – along with friends and others they knew – at the protests.

Furthermore, public officials across the country – most notably Bill de Blasio – took steps to obfuscate any impact the protests might have had by instructing contact tracers not to ask.

While it’s true that several cities that some major protests haven’t seen major spikes, as Time points out, many others have. In New York, the 7-day average daily case numbers have largely plateaued, but they haven’t continued to shrink like we’ve seen in Europe. PA’s governor just ordered citizens to wear masks in public after the state reported a record daily tally on Wednesday, following an uptick in cases in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs.

In what’s considered the first systematic research into the issue, a team of economists determined that only one of 13 cities involved in the earliest wave of protests after Memorial Day saw an increase that would fit the “pattern”

Several cities that saw major protests, including New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia, have not experienced a new surge in cases in the days and weeks following. And in cities and states that specifically set out to test protestors, like Massachusetts, Seattle, and Minnesota, the results have shown that demonstrators were not considerably more likely to test positive compared to the general population.

Of course, as Time points out, just because the resurgence didn’t happen exactly how epidemiologists assumed it would doesn’t mean the protests didn’t contribute to the spike. It just means whatever the impact was, it apparently didn’t conform to epidemiologists’ expectations.

“Mixing in large groups increases the probability of transmission. I don’t think that’s controversial,” says Chad Cotti, a professor of economics at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. But, he adds, “how much transmission you get is clearly going to be a function of the environment and the circumstances. Are people wearing masks? Are people physically touching each other? Is it indoors, is it outdoors?”

But this presents another problem as Cliff Mass writes on his Weather Blog. The lack of a surge due to the protests shows that the safety of outdoor air is now incontestable

However, but even in the Seattle’s King County, an early hotspot that was also a hotbed for protests, cases have climbed, though many have attributed this to an increase in testing. Since testing rates have climbed since the early days of the outbreak, it’s difficult to say whether the protests might be responsible for practically all of these new cases: If health officials collected this information, they would be able to say for certain how many infected people had at least attended the protests.

As Time adds: “Mixing in large groups increases the probability of transmission. I don’t think that’s controversial,” says Chad Cotti, a professor of economics at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. But, he adds, “how much transmission you get is clearly going to be a function of the environment and the circumstances. Are people wearing masks? Are people physically touching each other? Is it indoors, is it outdoors?”

Another ‘expert’ quoted by Time says the protests “support what we know”

“What I’ve seen supports things that we already knew, which are that if you’re going to gather, being further apart is better than being stuck close together, that being is masked is better than being unmasked, and that being outside is better than being inside,” says Janet Baseman, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington.

This is almost laughable. The protesters were often packed together, and many didn’t wear masks to the events. Those that did frequently had them pulled down around their chin to shout slogans and hurl obscenities at the police.

Finally, Time finishes by noting that everything reported in this ‘study’ was apparently caveated to the point of uselessness. Though many states didn’t see the initial surge in new infections, the creep – both nationally, and in many states – of cases and hospitalizations since the protests is difficult to simply dismiss. Furthermore, the rise in cases and hospitalizations with fewer fatalities is consistent with the demographics of the marchers.

In Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., respectively, several police officers and members of the D.C. National Guard tested positive following the demonstrations; law enforcement groups nationwide have been criticized for failing to wear masks during the demonstrations. Furthermore, smaller protests have continued through June, and it will take time before any spread of the virus at these more recent events shows up in the data.

The notion that we can blame all of the resurgence on bars opening prematurely is specious, though we wouldn’t be surprised to learn that this was, indeed, a major contributing factor as well. The two aren’t mutually exclusive.

“I think indoor transmission, events that might be happening at bars, are more important for the trajectory of the virus than the protests were,” says Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease and pandemic preparedness expert at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “What the protests added wasn’t as impactful as some of the other changes that were going on in society at the same time.”

Bottom line: If pandering public officials had the will to stand up to the woke mob, we’d be collecting more data about whether people reporting new cases attended protests. While correlation and causation are two very different things, it would be a start, at least.

Harvard Grad Who Threatened to Stab Anyone Who Says “All Lives Matter” is Fired…Blames Trump Supporters

7/2/2020

The not-so-smart Harvard grad Claira Janover is now blaming Trump supporters for being fired from a job she says she “worked really hard for”

Janover had posted a video to Tik Toc, where she threatened to stab anyone who said: “all lives matter” (see below).

The video was posted on Twitter by Ann Coulter and then went viral.

In the video below, a crying Janover blames Trump supporters for being fired instead of blaming herself for putting out a threatening video:

Harvard’s Claire Janover graduated in May with a degree in psychology and government, but you’d never know it.

She put out a threatening video on Tik Tok saying she would stab anyone who said “all lives matter,” and now she’s surprised by the negative reaction. She has since taken the video down because she’s getting death threats.

She has posted updates to the “insane” reaction to the viral video in which she threatens:

“I’ma stab you, and while you’re struggling and bleeding out, I’ma show you my paper cut and say, ‘My cut matters too.’”

Some of the responses to the video are from people who are concerned about the threat from Janover:

“This woman is threatening people, who knows what she is capable of.”

“Does this not count as violent speech? I guess it only counts when it fits the narrative.”

The New York Post reports that Janover commented about the responses she had received on social media where she even blamed Trump fans for the backlash:

Janover said she blames Trump fans for their inability to “understand analogies”:

“I will not be silenced, shamed, or threatened into silence by bigoted trump fans who don’t understand analogies.”

The Harvard-educated woman is shocked at the response to her threatening video:

“And people are like reporting me for domestic terrorism, tagging the FBI, Harvard, Cambridge police.”

“Apparently, I’m threatening the lives of people…unlike cops.”

Anyway, so If I get an email from the Department of Homeland Security or I get kicked out of Harvard or I get arrested or whatever — or I get murdered, according to the many death threats that I’m receiving right now…know that I appreciate you guys standing up for me.”

It’s hard to believe this person graduated from Harvard and that she doesn’t realize her actions were seriously threatening.

 

CHICAGO: INDEPENDENCE DAY FIREWORKS CANCELLED, BUT GAY PRIDE ‘PROTEST’ FOR BLACK TRANS LIVES GOES AHEAD

Fireworks displays are canceled, but the LGBTQ community was able to march for black trans lives with impunity

National File – JULY 1, 2020

CHICAGO: Independence Day Fireworks Cancelled, But Gay Pride ‘Protest’ for Black Trans Lives Goes Ahead

A Chicago fireworks display celebrating Independence Day has been cancelled due to fears of large congregations becoming COVID-19 infection hotspots, even as the city allows thousands to march in Chicago’s North Side to elevate black LGBT voices.

ABC7 reported that roughly 25,000 people were expected to turn out to the Itasca fireworks display in Chicago before it was cancelled due to fear of spreading COVID-19, and its cancellation has left the fireworks industry experiencing financial trouble as small business struggle after months of intermittent lockdowns and restrictions.

A spokesperson for the American Pyrotechnics Association said that “until large gatherings can happen again, the firework industry is not going to survive,” and added that around 80% of all American fireworks are used on Independence Day. One local pyrotechnics vendor said that he had over half a million pounds of explosives in stock, waiting for use.

Meanwhile, although LGBTQ pride parades were officially cancelled by the City of Chicago due to the inability for social distancing guidelines to be observed in a typical march, thousands of members of the the LGBTQ community broke the guidelines and left their homes in support for black trans lives in a two-mile march in Chicago’s North Side on June 28.

Hundreds of grassroots LGBT activists assembled for the event, nominally part of the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests throughout the United States, in the absence of a formal LGBTQ Pride Month event.

According to ABC7, activist Ashabi Owagboriaye said that “The reason the march is so important is to highlight those lives that we lost and highlight the people whose lives may not have been lost, but have been wrecked just because they exist openly.”

Local media described the event, not officially sanctioned by Chicago but instead viewed as an act of protest, as a continuation of the city’s previous LGBTQ Pride Month events.

LGBTQ media depicts the event as a continuation of the “protest” that LGBTQ Pride historically began as, potentially admitting that the protest march was an opportunity to flout the city’s COVID-19 restrictions.

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