A growing body of scientists and medical professionals is beginning to dissent from the mainstream fearmongering over the coronavirus.

Examining the evidence: Drs. Daniel W. Erickson (left) and Artin Massihi posted a video detailing the knowledge they gained in testing for COVID-19 in their clinics. Their information called into question the mainstream narrative of the disease, and was censored on YouTube as a result.
Examining the evidence: Drs. Daniel W. Erickson (left) and Artin Massihi posted a video detailing the knowledge they gained in testing for COVID-19 in their clinics. Their information called into question the mainstream narrative of the disease, and was censored on YouTube as a result.

Tyranny thrives on fear, and fear is usually based in large part on ignorance. We fear the things we don’t understand and the things we can’t see. When it comes to the current pandemic, we can’t see the pathogen, and, generally, most people don’t understand it. Moreover, most people don’t understand how a normal human immune system works and responds to a bacterial or viral invader. Because of this fear and lack of knowledge, opportunistic politicians have seized on the chance to impose ever more ridiculous restrictions on human activity. And because people are afraid of what they don’t understand, a compliant populace has rolled over to the imposition of authoritarian rule. Safety at all cost, from the phantom pathogen, is being used to wage war on the rights of the people.

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States and Members of Congress file brief supporting conscience rule protections

WASHINGTON -- Christian Medical Association physicians (CMA*, www.cmda.org) received support from states, Members of Congress, minority groups, medical affiliate organizations, and legal experts who recently filed legal briefs in a case regarding a federal conscience protection rule for health professionals.

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Planned Parenthood is no "small" business. In 2018, America's hulk of an abortion provider reported net assets of $2.2 billion -- so the idea that they would be competing for stimulus loans is absurd. And yet, to the shock of people up and down East Capitol Street, that's exactly what dozens of its affiliates did. Even Republicans, who've come to expect this kind of larceny from Planned Parenthood, have a hard time believing it. While mom and pop shops struggle to survive, the Democrats' favorite abortion tycoon managed to rip off $80 million from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). And the Trump administration wants it back. Now.

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Planned Parenthood Receives $80 Million in Taxpayer Money

Fox News reported early on Wednesday, May 20th that Planned Parenthood “affiliates applied for and received a total of $80 million in loans from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).” As you may recall, legislators created the PPP in the CARES Act with a goal to provide small business capital to stay afloat. The program had to be refunded after only a couple of weeks.

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WHO Let the Truth out

The Chinese Communist Party must wake up every morning and thank its lucky stars for the U.S. media. While the rest of the world rages at the regime for a virus that's killed hundreds of thousands of people, America's press corps only sees one villain: Donald Trump. That's been an unexpected blessing for China, who knows the media's red-hot hatred of the president will help undermine anything he does to hold them accountable. Fortunately for America, Donald Trump has had three and a half years of experience ignoring the press -- and he's not going to stop now.

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- In the leaked excerpts of the upcoming FX Documentary "AKA Jane Roe," liberal, pro-abortion activist and film producer Nick Sweeney attempts to destroy the memory of Norma McCorvey, more commonly known as Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade.

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WICHITA, Kan. -- FX plans to air a so-called documentary about the life of Norma McCorvey, who was the "Jane Roe" in the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion in America.

"I knew Norma well, and at one time, she lived with my family in the Wichita, Kansas, area for several months.  I knew her to be a straightforward, down-to-earth woman who was witty and kind.  She loved children and adored my own five children," said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. "There is no way her Christian faith or her pro-life beliefs were false.  The makers of 'AKA Jane Roe' should be ashamed that they took advantage of Norma in the vulnerable last days of her life, then released their spurious movie after she passed away when she could not defend herself."

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