Daily Archives: 1, November 17, 2020

DE, CT, MA, NY, and PA Governors Discuss The “Next Stage” of the “Crisis”

We had a productive meeting today to discuss policies as we enter the next stage of the COVID crisis.

Thanks to @GovMurphy, @GovNedLamont, @GovernorTomWolf and @JohnCarneyDE for joining me.

Originally tweeted by Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) on 1, November 16, 2020.

Obvious Science Denier

This is very irresponsible to foment doubt regarding these tests. These tests are used to keep people in fear and control them. Probably thinks there are only two sexes too.


PA Distributing 250,000 Coronavirus Antigen Tests Across …

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Fulton County New York Sheriff’s Office Will Not Be Enforcing New York “King’s” Thanksgiving Edicts

2020 New York no problem if you entered the United States of America illegally with your extended family without any medical exams or vaccines, but it you were born and raised in Utica, New York and planned on having eleven or more family members over for Thanksgiving… now that’s gonna be a problem.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo who signed a law in 2017 that forbids law enforcement officers from inquiring or disclosing immigration status in order to protect illegal aliens form “From Fear and Intimidation” announced that for law abiding American citizens in New York:

“Effective November 13 at 10 p.m., indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences will be limited to no more than 10 people.” 

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Atlanta “Deputy Police Chief Celeste Murphy said that what is happening now is happening in other major cities.”

Residents tell Atlanta police rise in crime makes them sick and tired

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“…no one knows whether interventions such as the 10pm curfew make a difference. The only policy initiative that seems to count is the more restrictions, the better.”

The absence of evidence on the effectiveness of community masks, curfews, … restriction of gatherings, and travel has not prevented their implementation on a massive scale across Britain. Instead of commissioning robust studies to plug the evidence gaps, the policy has continually evolved to try and find effective strategies. With no clear outcome in mind, no one knows whether interventions such as the 10pm curfew make a difference. The only policy initiative that seems to count is the more restrictions, the better.

The ten worst Covid decision-making failures

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Mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania… have been accepted at almost 30 times the rate predicted by historical rejection numbers…

Rate of rejected mail-in ballots almost 30 times lower in Pennsylvania this year than in 2016

In 2016, the state rejected about 1% of mail-in ballots; this year it is running so far as 0.03%.

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