The dead horse theory

San Francisco is using private donations to deliver alcohol, tobacco and medical marijuana to a few dozen people dealing with addiction as they isolate or quarantine in city-leased hotel rooms during the pandemic, officials confirmed Wednesday.

There are about 270 people, mostly homeless, staying in hotel rooms to recover from COVID-19 or to wait out possible exposure to the virus. Nearly a dozen people have received alcohol and more than two dozen have received tobacco, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
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Six individuals were arrested in connection with a large-scale drug mill that operated in the University Heights neighborhood of the Bronx and distributed “coronavirus” and “24 Black Mamba” heroin throughout New York and New Jersey, according to prosecutors.
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Comrades, some readers might not be aware the Ministry of COVID compliance has set up quarantine camps, detention facilities in various areas. Formerly free citizens who test positive for COVID-19 are forcibly taken to the quarantine camps and held under guard.

Last week one of the non-compliant captives demanded his freedom; he climbed the fence and escaped detention. After a manhunt in Tennessee the subversive citizen was recaptured, arrested and brought back to the detention facility…. Alarmed yet?

A coronavirus patient was arrested Thursday after prosecutors said he jumped a fence and fled the Nashville Fairgrounds, where health officials are using enforceable quarantines in an attempt to control an outbreak at an emergency homeless shelter.

This appears to be the first case in Nashville of police making an arrest to enforce coronavirus restrictions enacted by the local government.

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The story is almost too fantastical to believe.

A 65-year-old cancer survivor who is recovering from spinal surgery saved her elderly neighbor’s blind and deaf dog from a storm sewer.

The jaw-dropping events happened last week at the Courtyards at River Park Senior Living, when Libby Gilmore heard her 91-year-old neighbor, Pat Kemp, yelling for help outside her window.
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The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery is dominating the news, as the media portrays Arbery as an innocent black jogger who was targeted by racist white killers in the state of Georgia.

However, best-selling author and “America First” leader Michelle Malkin wrote an op/ed casting serious doubt on the narrative being pushed by the fake news.
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All week the liberal media was unglued over the tragic story of a young black Georgian, Ahmaud Arbery, who was shot dead by two white men and likely racists.
Of course, our hearts go out to his family.
The Georgia NAACP posted this description online of the shooting of Arbery who was ‘murdered’ by ‘white supremacists’ while he was out jogging.

But now we know that was not entirely true.
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CHEATHAM COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — While most Americans are worrying about social distancing, others are simply concerned about getting their next fix.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the shut down of the United States and Mexico border and that has dramatically reduced the amount of drugs flowing into this country.

Because of that, area drug agents say drug supplies into the u.s. have been destabilized.
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It’s a common refrain: We have bubble-wrapped the world. Americans in particular are obsessed with “safety.” The simplest way to get any law passed in America, be it a zoning law or a sweeping reform of the intelligence community, is to invoke a simple sentence: “A kid might get hurt.”

Almost no one is opposed to reasonable efforts at making the world a safer place. But the operating word here is “reasonable.” Banning lawn darts, for example, rather than just telling people that they can be dangerous when used by unsupervised children, is a perfect example of a craving for safety gone too far.
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