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Woman Claiming to Have Virus Jailed for Spitting on Police She Called ‘Dirty Whites’
A woman claiming to have the Chinese coronavirus and who spat on French police officers while calling them “dirty whites” was handed a seven-month prison sentence.

The incident took place in the commune of Longjumeau during a routine check. Since President Emmanuel Macron put France on lockdown to slow the spread of coronavirus, residents have needed travel papers to move about.

Police stopped the woman and after she failed to present the required documents, she began insulting the officers, calling them “dirty whites” and saying “I hope you will all die of Covid.”

When officers attempted to place handcuffs on the woman she resisted and began grabbing officers and spitting on them while telling the police “I have the coronavirus, you’re all going to die,” according to Le Parisien.
Caroline Nisand, the public prosecutor of Evry-Courcouronnes, told the newspaper that the woman was well-known to police and criminal justice system, and that she had a long criminal record.

She was quickly brought before a local judge, who proceeded to find her guilty of several offences including an aggravated racism charge.

The officers, who expressed shock over the incident, were forced to take several days off of work to make sure they did not become infected with the virus.

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I remember when they Breitbart racebait stories were all about Mexicans and Hondurans. Now it's trendy to shit on the Chinese.
whitoids so unbelievably triggered




Where does it say that she's Chinese?

My guess all those yuan cheques dried up
stfu whitoid cuck

Top 15 Covid-19 Deaths per Country Visualized in a Timelapse

Top 15 Covid-19 Cases per Country Visualized in a Timelapse
You can really notice how at around the beginning to mid of february china started sending people with the disease to other countries

Bernie was abandoned by his mother at birth in 1966. He was made a ward of the state and placed in a Catholic orphanage in Ballarat, run by the Sisters of Nazareth.

Bernie says he met Father George Pell at the home when he was a young boy and came to look on him as a father figure.

He remembers Pell being in the home at shower time.

"Before I know it, he's soaping my genitals … soaping me all over … rubbing his hand up my butt crack and 'wash there properly' and all this sort of stuff."

Bernie says he remembers a particular occasion when Pell touched his penis.

"He was lathering me up and he pulled my foreskin over the head of my penis and that hurt, that really hurt. … he said it's normal, it won't hurt as much as the time goes on."

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>TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a statewide stay-at-home order Wednesday as federal and local pressure mounted on him to abandon the county-by-county approach he had implemented to combat the coronavirus pandemic, a position he had defended for weeks.

>DeSantis told reporters he decided to issue the order after consulting with President Donald Trump and White House advisers, who have said Americans need to stay home through April. His order goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Friday and will last at least 30 days.

>The governor said it made sense to expand stay-home measures statewide now “even though there are a lot of places that have very low infection rates.” His move came the same day two other Republican governors in the South, Brian Kemp in Georgia and Tate Reeves of Mississippi, also issued stay-home orders after repeatedly refusing to do so.

>“This is what we are going to be fighting for a month,” DeSantis said. “There is not going to be any kind of return to normalcy. People thought Easter. ... That is not going to happen.”

>The order makes exceptions for buying food, medicine and gas, visiting doctors, outdoor exercise and commuting to jobs that are deemed essential. All businesses not considered essential must close their offices and stores, but can let employees work from home where feasible.

>It also permits travel to religious services, although it was not clear whether such services would be subject to previous statewide orders prohibiting gatherings of more than 10 people. On Monday, police arrested a pastor in Tampa who violated the order by holding services for hundreds of people.

>The state’s confirmed cases were approaching 7,000, with 86 deaths and nearly 900 people hospitalized, and an outbreak model cited at the White House shows exponential growth in the coming weeks. More than 30 other states issued broad stay-at-home orders a week or more ago.
>On Tuesday, Florida’s Democratic congressional delegation blasted DeSantis for failing to impose a statewide lockdown, saying the virus does not respect county lines. State Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, the only statewide elected Democrat, said she had been pushing for a statewide order for two weeks “to flatten the curve and save lives.”

>“I said then I would stand with the Governor when he issued the order, and I do so now. Thank you, Governor, for making the right call. Together, we will fight this virus and preserve the state we love,” she said in a statement.

>The Florida Chamber of Commerce said it backs the governor’s decision as long as essential business is not impeded.

>‘While safety is the top priority, we also believe that it is important for essential workers to be able to get crops to the grocery store, ensure that our first responders’ vehicles are maintained and ready to move and that we can get front line health care workers the safety equipment that they desperately need,” spokeswoman Edie Ousley said.

>DeSantis conceded that the order’s success will mostly depend on the goodwill of residents as police won’t in most cases know by sight if a person’s reason for being out falls under an exemption. Violating a quarantine order in Florida can result in a 60-day jail sentence.

>“I see some of these stories across the country ... where someone steps out and someone tries to get them arrested. Look, at some point you do need to just exercise good judgment. The government can’t ham-fist everyone into their bedroom,” he said.

>DeSantis had been defending his county-by-county approach almost daily for the past two weeks even as other governors in similarly heavily populated states including California, New York and Illinois, issued statewide lockdown orders.
>The governor had said a statewide order wouldn’t be fair to small counties with no or few confirmed infections and to the workers who would lose their jobs. Instead, he issued a stay-at-home order Monday for hard-hit Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties and the Florida Keys. Last week he also ordered anyone arriving from the New York area and Louisiana to self-quarantine for two weeks. He also issued some statewide measures including closing bars and gyms and limiting restaurants to takeout and delivery.

>Counties in the Tampa Bay area and central Florida issued their own lockdown orders, and Jacksonville announced Wednesday that it would join them on Friday.

>The highly contagious virus that causes COVID-19 generally brings on mild or no symptoms, but it can cause serious illness, especially among older people.

>A University of Washington mode l is projecting that Florida could see a rapid increase in deaths and hospitalizations, with 100 people dying daily by mid-April and more than 175 by May 1, when the number nears its peak. It predicts that 10,000 people will need hospital care by mid-month and 20,000 on May 1. The model predicts that more than 6,500 Floridians will die from the virus by June 1, among more than 90,000 deaths nationally.

>DeSantis did not dispute those numbers Wednesday when asked.

>“This thing is really nasty,” DeSantis said. “It’s something that’s caused a lot of harm to a lot of people.”

Florida has too many boomers

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Grassley Blasts Pelosi’s Attempt to Eliminate SALT Deduction Cap
The office of Senator Chuck Grassley on Tuesday panned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s push to repeal the cap on state and local tax deductions in the next coronavirus relief bill.

The SALT deduction cap, which was implemented in 2018 as part of the Republican-led tax reform bill, places a ceiling of $10,000 for deductions from federal returns of property taxes or state and local taxes. The deduction primarily benefits high-earners living in high-tax states.

Pelosi argued that “retroactively” scrapping the deduction cap would inject much-needed cash into American households struggling in an economy flagging from the restrictions placed on business, part of efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

“We could reverse that for 2018 and 2019 so that people could refile their taxes,” Pelosi told the New York Times. “They’d have more disposable income, which is the lifeblood of our economy, a consumer economy that we are.”

Grassley, who chairs the tax-writing Senate Finance Committee, dismissed her reasoning on the grounds that eliminating the SALT cap would only mean more tax breaks for the wealthy.

“This is a nonstarter. Millionaires don’t need a new tax break as the federal government spends trillions of dollars to fight a pandemic,” said a spokesperson for the Iowa Republican.
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He wishes but he's too dumb to know how to
why should someone who has paid income tax on their salary also have to pay taxes on the same money again later on in life? its absurd, they'll be taxing tax refunds next.
Hard Mode:
Democrats tax the loan money distributed by the stimulus bill. Not only will everyony be given a loan of $1500 that has to be paid back in 3 years, but it is taxed. So even if you choose to pay it back immediately and not use it, you are still taxed on it
God Mode: Democrats do this yearly
Hard and God mode indeed
when u get the tax refund from your income tax refund tax but u gotta spend half of it on the tax refund tax tax if u wanna get an income tax refund tax refund tax refund in time and not pay the late filling penalty on your income tax refund tax refund tax

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The White House will not reopen the Obamacare exchanges to allow uninsured Americans to purchase health care coverage during the coronavirus pandemic, NBC News has confirmed.

Last month, President Donald Trump signaled that he was considering a special enrollment period that would reopen federal insurance exchanges, which shuttered in December after the end of the annual open enrollment period.

"It's something we're talking to a lot of people about. We'll see what happens," Trump said in March.

The news that the Obamacare will not be reopened was first reported by Politico.

In March, the Affordable Care Act turned 10 years old and currently enjoys its highest popularity ever, according to NBC News. When the health care law was passed in 2010, 36 percent thought it was a "good idea"; today, 42 percent do.

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to the constitutionality of the individual mandate — the part of the ACA that requires that an individual purchase health insurance — which means that the court will hear its first arguments this coming October and that the ACA will continue for at least another year.

While the federal exchanges will remain shuttered, individual states like New York and California have reopened their state exchanges for special enrollment periods to address the unprecedented public health crisis.

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obama is gonna will have taken our guns
Like anyone wants to buy that overpriced garbage.
thank god trump is finally doing something right for once
"Overpriced Garbage" is the official nickname the globe has given the entirety of the American healthcare system. Regardless of what they say about us, Americans are steadfast. They can take our right to die mercilessly at the hands of big health insurance corporations when they pry it from our cold, dead fingers.
Do you faggots ever get tired of the whining?

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‘The Incinerators Have Been Working Around the Clock’
Wuhan residents are increasingly skeptical of the Chinese Communist Party’s reported coronavirus death count of approximately 2,500 deaths in the city to date, with most people believing the actual number is at least 40,000.

“Maybe the authorities are gradually releasing the real figures, intentionally or unintentionally, so that people will gradually come to accept the reality,” a Wuhan resident, who gave only his surname Mao, told Radio Free Asia.

A city source added that, based on the aggregation of funeral and cremation numbers, authorities likely know the real number and are keeping it under wraps.

“Every funeral home reports data on cremations directly to the authorities twice daily,” the source said. “This means that each funeral home only knows how many cremations it has conducted, but not the situation at the other funeral homes.”

The city began lifting its lockdown on Saturday after two months of mandatory shutdown, with a complete lift of restrictions set for April 8. Funeral homes in Wuhan have been handing out the cremated remains to families every day, but rumors began circulating after one funeral home received two shipments of 5,000 urns over the course of two days, according to photos reported by Chinese media outlet Caixin, which were later censored.
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A-Anon-kun... I don't mean to be r-rude or anything but... source? I thought it was only 2535 people died in Wuhan... how much of a burden is it really to burn them in heavily populated China.
D-don't hate me Anon...
You are literally this dumb
The premise was that burning 40k bodies monthly proves that 2million over 2 years is possible
The premise adds up to less than half of what is to be proven
You literal moneybrained idiot
You two should really stay away from liberal arts degrees.
but then again I guess its all you would be able to get
>I thought it was only 2535 people died in Wuhan...
Other deaths aren't just going to stop because of the meme virus, especially in a city that has 19 million people in it (and is in china so having to deal with massive population density issues on top of general smog / pollution problems and everything else that would have normally killed people). It's not like some shitty video game that has a wait queue. China cremates roughly half their dead, regardless of the cause. If you could help me find an estimate on how many people die in Wuhan on a yearly basis we could find a weekly average. I couldn't really find anything, though.

Source for cremation rates:

But of course it's a chink source so it must not be true, right?
Shit, meant for >>577743


>2019-12-01 – a viral pneumonia patient with an unknown cause was hospitalized at Jinyintan Hospital. This patient was the earliest known case of 2019-nCoV infections. The patient did not have any exposure to Huanan Seafood Market.

2019-12-27 – Dr. Zhang Jixian, ICU doctor at Hubei Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine, files report to Wuhan Municipal Health Commission on pneumonia patients with an unknown cause. Investigation opens shortly later.

2019-12-28 – three more patients arrives to the hospital, all of whom were related to Huanan Seafood Market.

2019-12-30 – Li Wenliang sent messages to private Wechat group about 7 cases of unknown virus, (wrongly) claiming it was SARS.

2019-12-30 – Notice issued and public health announcement made by Wuhan Municipal Health Committee of an unknown viral illness.

2019-12-31 – China receives genome results from commercial lab.
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Hello Chang!
Great job!
You are being deposited 5 Yuan into account
2019-12-26 Microbiologist Huang Yang Ling (Patient Zero) goes missing in Wuhan Lab.
>chink doctors waited a full month to even file a report
>took two full months for CHO to confirm the obvious
>in the meantime they kept saying "just the flu"
Fuck you chink, you're all going to hell
Imagine believing the ccp, which infamously censors criticism and general government conversation.
>Chinese CP

President Donald Trump kicked off Monday’s press briefing on the coronavirus much like every other, by running through daily updates about the deadly virus and the White House efforts to eradicate it.

But unlike in typical briefings throughout the pandemic, in which various members of the administration discuss what their agencies are doing to combat the virus or help blunt its economic toll, Trump yielded the stage first to a handful of business leaders — one of them a staunch supporter who went off script in a moment of effusive praise for the president.

The Trump administration has involved business leaders in nearly every aspect of its response to the pandemic, leaning heavily on private-public partnerships to respond to the virus, which has rapidly spread and touched nearly every industry in the country, so it wasn‘t their presence alone that was unusual.

Among those he introduced Monday were the “great leader” of Honeywell, as well as the CEOs of Jockey, Procter & Gamble and United Technologies, all of whom laid out how their companies were fulfilling what Trump described as “their patriotic duty” to fight the virus.

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It's more about the "Trump is a gift from God" than anything else. It was a bizarre spectacle.
Also he got slammed by the FDA for claiming that his pillow could help cure fibromyalgia
The Dem establishment are inherently technocratic and wannabee intellectuals, so you'd probably see a lot of scientists and doctors up there confusing Americans with their overly technical jargon. Ratings certainly wouldn't be as high as Trump's briefings.
>doctors say words that are hard, dis bad
Holy shit you do have TDS.
the guy was altering his manufacturing to help make medical supplies (masks if i remember correctly) and trump had the guy go up and talk about it. it was to display the people are coordinating and making their best effort to account for shortages and things like that. I honestly can't believe I used to not like trump because of general banter about him. I genuinely believe that if trump somehow magically devised a cure himself that tds'ers and the media (same thing, whatever) would try and shut him down or say that he had some ulterior motive for curing it and why it's not good. you guys are some real fucking retards, take it from someone who used to be as retarded as you.


Short version: Liberty University decided to stay open during the pandemic, and now students are showing symptoms of Covid-19. There is no confirmation that it is or isn't yet, so there is a chance that it's not. However, the university President is saying that this is not true.

Yeah, this is one big clusterfuck.
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Yeah, that chick on my team is not well loved. He is not wrong about applications being tossed though.
Linear is kind of a joke until you start getting into the abstract stuff towards the end like nullspaces, higher dimensional vectors/geometry, higher dimension projections and transformations into lower dimensions (like projecting a 4D shape onto 3D and 2D), eigenvalues, etc. Also, it's a lot of peoples first proofs class, and maybe even their first real taste of vector analyses (depending on how calculus is structured at your school).
You’re alright anon
>applications being tossed
One of the many reasons HR people are loathed.
I went to LU 10+ years ago. I genuinely regret it and I'm outright embarrassed to tell people I ever went there because of the conclusions they'd draw from it.

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>U.S. military command teams in charge of protecting homeland security are being isolated in the infamous Cheyenne mountain bunker where they will remain 'sealed off' until the coronavirus pandemic passes
>Military teams that monitor foreign missile and warplane threats to the United States are isolated at a number of military sites, including Cheyenne Mountain
>The Cold War-era bunker is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado
>The command took such steps to ensure personnel can monitor the COVID-19 pandemic around the clock as the disease spreads around the world
>The military are not immune from the disease and such is the nervousness, those working at the bunker have prepared to seal themselves off for months
>Should the staff working at the bunker become ill, there is a third team of high-ranking military officials working another 'secret' location
>The Navy revealed they saw several cases appear among the crew of its Nimitz-class aircraft carriers based in the Pacific

Yes. It's just a precaution. Nothing to see here...

Shit like this just makes me feel like there is something more going on/something that will be going on that they're not telling us to avoid a bigger panic. 30% unemployment, a situation worse than the great depression, is being caused by something that is slightly worse than the usual death toll from the seasonal flu? There is something pretty glaringly big missing from this picture.
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Not all. Mainly those few who manage this mess well enough to recover quickly. Like China and Germany. A little dose of German order and discipline certainly wouldn't hurt the US.
theres less than a million total confirmed cases worldwide
I'd barely trust the daily fail to tell me what day of the week it is. Never mind, given that covid-19 is going to kill of most of their readership I doubt they are going to printing anything few months from now.
it's just the flu.
t. coronavirus

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Is Joe Biden Dead? Biden last seen in public or on internet almost a week ago.
>Joe Biden Seen Publicly for 6 Minutes in Last 8 Days
Democrat presidential front runner Joe Biden has largely gone into hiding as the coronavirus crisis ballooned this week.

CBS News reporter Bo Erickson estimated Biden has been seen publicly for about six minutes since last Friday’s disastrous virtual town hall meeting.
>In past week @JoeBiden has only had 1 on-camera public address as COVID escalated. (He spoke for ~6 mins on Tuesday from his home.) He also hosted a tele-town hall w/voters, answered Qs on press call & video chatted w/donors. Everything else has been statements ripping POTUS.
“In past week, Joe Biden has only had 1 on-camera public address as COVID escalated. (He spoke for ~6 mins on Tuesday from his home.),” Erickson wrote on Twitter.

“He also hosted a tele-town hall w/voters, answered Qs on press call & video chatted w/donors. Everything else has been statements ripping POTUS,” he said.

The last public appearance ended awkwardly, when he concluded his remarks, seemed startled by his wife, and then stood on camera for several moments before being called off.

>Joe Biden is MIA. He has not appeared in public or in a virtual event since early last week. Joe's campaign reported to CNBC that all of his virtual events were postponed and for future events he would not take live questions. Does Joe even remember he is running for president?

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but they love fox news and breitbart and TPUSA
Your obsession with breitbart isn't healthy.
neither is your obsession with CNN and yet here you are
Just waiting on the old fuck to die so Bernie can wipe his ass with trump's hairpiece and bring back democracy with his big dick policies
If anyone’s gonna croak, it’s Bernie. He’s already had one heart attack.

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It is not a bioweapon released in the middle of chinese wyoming


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>samefagging this hard
Whew, laddie.
> padded room-tier material
That is some mentally broken way deeper than mere retardation. that's a complete psychotic break from all reality.
when u own a libtard ebic style

Also when you have no arguments.

over half a million confirmed cases of the Wuhan Xi Virus!

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I hope all lefties die
Weaksauce af, honestly dissapointed

fuck off you sjw bitch. What are you going to do? cry to a mod?

It's the Xinnie the poo virus, its the chinese wu flu virus, its the chinese flu, it's fluhan central, its wu flu.

The fucking chinese did it and I'm not going to take your attempts to deflect china's responsibility under the guise "omg stop the racism".

Fuck you and the ching changalongs.
Spread The gift
900 mufuigghin thousand!

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Seems the Democrats on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have retaliated against the county sheriff for not violating the 2nd Amendment and closing the gun stores.

March 31, 2020

Los Angeles supervisors remove sheriff as head of emergency operations

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors removed Sheriff Alex Villanueva as head of the county's emergency operations center on Tuesday, a day after he reversed an order to close gun shops amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The supervisors said the unanimous vote was in response to the 2018 Woolsey Fire that charred nearly 100,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties and destroyed a number of structures, and the need to centralize disaster operations, the Los Angeles Times reported.

“The new protocols bring Los Angeles County into alignment with modern best practices that recommend use of deeply-trained disaster management professionals to manage emergency functions that often span a full range of critical functions such as public health, housing and health services, in addition to public safety," a board statement said.

The change replaces Villanueva with the county CEO, who will be responsible for coordinating response activities.

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Not really. Gun control is all but dead in the US. Even most of the shills are foreign at this point.
It doesn't really matter where it is. Gun grabbers are legitimately incapable of having a rational, mature discussion about gun laws.
>Gun control is all but dead in the US. Even most of the shills are foreign at this point.

Both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders’ platforms (as well as all the now dropped-out candidates) promote the same draconian anti-gun policy the Dems have been pushing since forever.


Neither of them are going to be president.

There are three kinds of people who support gun control in the US. Septuagenarian democrats, unemployed college students, and paid shills. There's a reason gun laws outside of liberal ghettos have been getting gutted around the country for the last three decades.

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