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  • #31
    Slime-ball lawyer and Trump promoter Alan Dershowitz justifies his defense of Jeffrey Epstein:

    Hot Take grills Attorney Alan Dershowitz on Jeffrey Epstein

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2wrZXDFGVI

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    • #32
      Originally posted by User Name View Post
      QAnon conspiracy theories about the coronavirus pandemic are a public health threat

      https://www.salon.com/2020/04/12/qan...hreat_partner/

      The most dangerous conspiracy theories about the coronavirus are now part of the QAnon phenomenon. For months now, actors in QAnon have downplayed the severity of the crisis, amplified medical disinformation and have been originators of hoaxes.

      From February until the second week of March, QAnon followed the lead of Trump in downplaying the threat of the virus and calling it a hoax. They believed the virus was a deep state plot to damage the president's chance at re-election. The QAnon community said those warning about the pandemic threat were trying to detract from U.S. domestic politics, stop Trump rallies and remove all the economic gains they contended had occurred during the Trump presidency.

      After the WHO upgraded COVID-19 to pandemic status and the U.S. announced it was closing its borders to most people from Europe for 30 days, QAnon changed the narrative again. Suddenly, QAnon thought the pandemic was something to celebrate because it was a cover for the Trump administration's secret plan to arrest deep state agents.

      Evangelicals within the the QAnon movement viewed the pandemic as the promised coming of the Kingdom of God on Earth. David Hayes, who is better known as the Praying Medic and an influencer in the QAnon community with 300,000 YouTube subscribers, said in a March 14 livestream that there was no reason to be concerned about COVID-19. Hayes reassured his viewers that they may not be affected by the disease because this was "spiritual warfare" — only those who have not been chosen by God will be affected by the disease.

      The person known as Q, who spawned the QAnon movement, didn't post anything online about COVID-19 until March 23. Up until then, all of the medical disinformation, hoaxes and downplaying of the pandemic had been sourced from QAnon influencers and community.

      Florida pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who has given credence to QAnon in the past and has preached that the coronavirus was planned by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, was arrested after holding Sunday services and disregarding federal, state and county orders to limit gatherings to less than 10 people. His conspiratorial beliefs led to his negligent actions, which put hundreds of people from his congregation at risk.

      In another instance, right-wing media figures were spreading an "empty hospital" conspiracy, downplaying the pandemic and its death toll.

      The FBI once called conspiracy theories spread by QAnon and others a "potential domestic terrorism threat." It's time to call the infodemic a public health threat.
      Yeah, he was arrested for standing on his constitutional right of assembly. Funny how you leftists always forget about those rights. You think every bureaucratic regulation overrules constitutional rights. They do not. They are rules not law. And law always trumps rules. And since the constitution is the highest law of the land it overrules all other laws and all rules.
      “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.”
      ― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

      “One and God make a majority.”
      ― Frederick Douglass

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      • #33
        Originally posted by ffreeloader View Post

        Yeah, he was arrested for standing on his constitutional right of assembly. Funny how you leftists always forget about those rights. You think every bureaucratic regulation overrules constitutional rights. They do not. They are rules not law. And law always trumps rules. And since the constitution is the highest law of the land it overrules all other laws and all rules.
        CDC tracks cluster of coronavirus cases in rural Arkansas to church, raising alarm on religious gatherings

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        • #34
          How does that overrule constitutional right of assembly or the prohibition against the abridging of free speech? That's exactly what the shutting down of churches is. It's the very first item on the Bill of Rights so the founding fathers thought it was extremely important.

          Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
          “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.”
          ― Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

          “One and God make a majority.”
          ― Frederick Douglass

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          • #35
            Originally posted by ffreeloader View Post
            How does that overrule constitutional right of assembly or the prohibition against the abridging of free speech? That's exactly what the shutting down of churches is.
            Be my guest, as far as I'm concerned. But it has cost lives. This is not the only church in which people have died, from the pastor on down.

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