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LET'S EXAMINE AN ARTICLE THAT CALLS THE TRUTH "MIS-INFORMATION".
The official story believers will attack anyone who believes differently with name calling and worse. Let's remember, it was the CIA that came up with the label "Conspiracy Theory" to hide their own conspiracies. "It is just a theory," thereby discounting a true reality as a delusion. As we saw at the World Economic Forum Page, the Google Page, the Bill Gates Page, and especially the 5G Page , conspiracy is no theory. We found their own documents!
Here is example of smear against truth.
By Amanda Seitz, Associated Press Posted at 7:48 AM CHICAGO (AP) —
"The coronavirus numbers are fake," some of the social media videos claim. “Social distancing is the new way to control you, your family and your behavior,” another commenter warns. Others say the pandemic is an overblown hoax.
The loose network of Facebook groups spurring protests of stay-at-home orders across the country have fast become a hotbed of misinformation, conspiracy theories and skepticism around the coronavirus pandemic..... "
In other words, we should not be skeptical about anything. We should be dumbed down sheep, and a constant mental battering, like this article is intended to keep dumb and down.
The following are clearly true observations...
1 "The coronavirus numbers are fake." We studied that and they are fake.
2 "Social distancing is the new way to control you, your family and your behavior." It is exactly that, look around.
and Artemis Moshtaghian, CNN
Sun May 17, 2020
The individual got a positive diagnosis [FALSE, no diagnosis, a "positive test result" with the 80% false positive test] for Covid-19 the day after the service and is now in isolation at home, Butte County Public Health said in a statement Friday.People who attended the service have been notified [How do they know who attended?] about their exposure [were they all within 6 feet of the one person?] and received instructions from health officials to self-quarantine, [180 people!] the statement said. Officials are working to get testing for everyone who was in attendance. [No mention if the person had any symptoms and that this person may have to stay in quarantine forever if they always test positive, yet never have symptoms and are perfectly healthy until indoor confinements weakens him/her.]
As of Sunday afternoon, California had more than 78,800 cases [FALSE - they were not cases, they were "positive tests" of coronavirus [TRUE, could be any corona virus], according to data from Johns Hopkins University. [Which participated in Event 201, a practice drill for this "pandemic" in Oct 2019] More than 3,200 people in the state have died. [Have died of what? They just died. But we are led to believe "the virus" killed them. We know would not be true as any death is marked as Covid and the hospital gets $13,500 from Medicare to lie]
When religion is dangerous for your healthThe incident highlights the ongoing tug-of-war between some religious organizations and [some] public officials as they work to [obey orders from higher officials] slow the spread [increase the speed of attack on Constitutional rights] of the coronavirus. [There are hundreds of corona viruses] Some congregations around the country have continued to meet, despite [the unconstitutional] stay-at-home orders -- though some states had exempted religious gatherings
."At this time, organizations that hold in-person services or gatherings are putting the health and safety of their congregations, the general public and our local ability to open up at great risk," said [mimicked] Butte County Public Health Director Danette York, [who is paid to repeat CDC lies] who implored everyone to do their part to adhere to [obey] mitigation [gestapo] efforts.[His Highness] Gov. Gavin Newsom's stay-at-home order prohibited gatherings of any size when it went into effect in March. [So one man has more authority than a congregation?]
While the state has started to lift some restrictions in a phased reopening, in-person religious gatherings remain prohibited [by one man] until a later stage.Butte County Public Health condemned [because they think they are right and beyond scrutiny] the religious organization, which it did not name, saying its decision to open doors despite the governor's order would cost health officials many hours [ah, their hours are more important than the congregation's choices] and present a "financial burden" [ah, the lock down is creating societal collapse, but they can only think of themselves] during the Covid-19 response. [operation]"
Moving too quickly through the reopening process can [maybe, theoretically] cause a major setback and could [might possibly] require us to revert back to more restrictive measures [threat]," its statement said. "We implore everyone to follow the State [His HIghness'] order and our [we know best] reopening plan to help combat the potential [theoretical] spread of Covid-19. [that we use inaccurate testing to identify.]"
Disagreements over whether religious groups should be allowed to meet amid the pandemic have led to several legal showdowns [lawsuits that the state cannot win] between religious leaders and public officials, who have expressed concerns that religious services could exacerbate the issue. [No mention of the expressions of the religious leaders. Bias ? ]In one case in Sacramento County last month, 71 people connected to a single church were later infected [tested positive with the fake inaccurate test] with the coronavirus. [There are many coronaviruses. Which one do they refer to?]
Three pastors and a church member sued Newsom and other officials claiming their orders were an abuse of power and deprived Californians of "fundamental rights" guaranteed by the US and state constitutions, including freedom of religion. [CNN puts this at the end of article. It should have been first paragraph.]A judge in North Carolina issued a ruling Saturday that would temporarily allow indoor worship services to resume, according to CNN affiliate WNCN, after a lawsuit argued Gov. Roy Cooper's executive order violated constitutional rights. [The Governor was found to be illegal and so will Gov of California, but this is put at end of article]
North Carolina began easing restrictions under a three-phase reopening plan beginning May 8. In the first phase, gatherings are limited to 10 people, including indoor services. Guidance from Cooper's office had said there would not be limits on outdoor worship services but attendees should follow social distancing as much as possible. [And what did the religions leaders say who are suing him? Where are they represented in this article?]
A hearing in the case is scheduled for May 29, but Cooper's office said it would not appeal the decision. [Really, so if he is found guilty, he won't appeal? He knows he is wrong and it can't be appealed. Again, this is at end of article after smearing churches.]
"We don't want indoor meetings to become hotspots for the virus and our health experts [experts? What about opposing experts? ] continue to warn that large groups sitting together for long periods of time are much more likely to cause the spread of Covid-19,"
Ford Porter, a spokesman for Cooper, said in a statement. "While our office disagrees with the decision, we will not appeal, but instead urge houses of worship and their leaders to voluntarily follow public health guidance to keep their members safe." [In other words, they won't break the law again with their "guidance." Still CNN sides with them and gives them more print.]
Another US District Court judge this week denied Louisiana pastor Tony Spell's request for a temporary restraining order that would have protected him from being arrested or fined for continuing to hold services.Spell has repeatedly violated the order by holding services and refusing to limit the number of parishioners, practice social distancing or make churchgoers wear masks. In March, Baton Rouge police hit Spell with six misdemeanor counts of violating Gov. John Bel Edwards' order.Spell's request was denied as Louisiana began lifting restrictions on religious organizations under phase one of its reopening plan, allowing them to resume services if they limited capacity to 25% — a step Spell told CNN he would not take. [And Spell will prevail in court for constitutional reasons also, but CNN paints him as the rebellious outlaw.]