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Piers Morgan reveals he tested positive for the coronavirus

July 26th, 2021
Piers Morgan reveals he tested positive for the coronavirus

Piers Morgan revealed he recently tested positive for the coronavirus.The broadcaster, 56, explained how he feels he possibly caught the COVID-19 Delta variant at the 2020 Euros soccer finals at London’s Wembley Stadium earlier in July.Morgan detailed how he started to feel sick two days after attending the game, which was flooded with fans, and then a PCR test came back positive. “My confidence that the event would be ‘covid safe’ had disintegrated,” he said.RELATIVES OF UNVACCINATED COVID-19 VICTIMS URGE OTHERS TO SEEK SHOTThe former “Good Morning Britain” host... Read More

US Olympic female gymnast tests positive for coronavirus: report

July 19th, 2021
US Olympic female gymnast tests positive for coronavirus: report

An American Olympic female gymnast tested positive for the coronavirus while training in Japan for the upcoming competitions.The gymnast was described as an American teenager but was not initially identified by name, Japan’s public broadcaster NHK reported Monday, citing Olympic officials in Inzai. The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee said it was an alternate who tested positive.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMThe gymnast arrived for the Games at Narita Airport on July 15, according to the report. The gymnast was practicing at Juntendo University in Inzai, located about... Read More

Biden blasted for accusing Facebook of ‘killing people’ over COVID misinformation as WH partners with Big Tech

July 16th, 2021
Biden blasted for accusing Facebook of ‘killing people’ over COVID misinformation as WH partners with Big Tech

Media top headlines July 16 A journalist ripping how the Steele dossier was covered, the White House saying it would work with Facebook to flag ‘misinformation’ on COVID-19, and Rep. Jim Clyburn getting Four Pinocchios for his voter ID claim round out today’s media headlines.President Biden sparked backlash on social media Friday after he accused Facebook of “killing people” – as the White House’s partnership with Big Tech companies to crack down on so-called coronavirus “misinformation” was raising major free-speech concerns among critics. Biden’s... Read More

Biologist to Tucker: If Ivermectin proven effective against COVID, it moots vaccine push

July 9th, 2021
Biologist to Tucker: If Ivermectin proven effective against COVID, it moots vaccine push

An evolutionary biologist claimed Friday that, should the anti-malarial drug Ivermectin be proven effective against the coronavirus, it would moot the usage of and potentially the ability to administer the U.S. coronavirus vaccines currently active under the Food & Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorization.Bret Weinstein – who previously made headlines after being pressured out of his biology professorship at Evergreen State College in Washington State for criticizing an anti-White “day-of-absence” – told Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today” that... Read More

Danish officials say delta variant reported during Euro 2020

June 24th, 2021
Danish officials say delta variant reported during Euro 2020

Danish health officials have urged soccer fans who attended the European Championship game between Denmark and Belgium on June 17 to be checked for the coronavirus after they found at least three people who later tested positive for the delta variant.Danish Health Minister Magnus Heunicke wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that about 4,000 people sat near those who tested positive.Separately, the governing body of European soccer said Thursday it was “satisfied with the overall situation” in the tournament’s 11 host stadiums across the continent, where public authorities take the lead... Read More

Man believed to have longest coronavirus infection had virus for 300 days

June 24th, 2021
Man believed to have longest coronavirus infection had virus for 300 days

A 72-year-old man in England is believed to be have had “the longest known PCR confirmed case of SARS-CoV-2 infection” after testing positive for coronavirus some 300 days. Dave Smith, of Bristol, is described in medical papers documenting his case as being immunocompromised and with a history of cancer, which may have put him at an increased risk for prolonged infection. In a preprint paper, released ahead of the July European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) conference where his case will be presented, doctors noted that the virus did not clear... Read More

Ingraham: The American people and red state govs, not Biden, Fauci, led US out of COVID lockdown gloom

June 22nd, 2021
Ingraham: The American people and red state govs, not Biden, Fauci, led US out of COVID lockdown gloom

In her “Ingraham Angle” on Monday, host Laura Ingraham pointed out that there are increasingly more about-faces on the part of the government in recent weeks when it comes to retraction of coronavirus-induced socioeconomic lockdowns and the like.Ingraham said that although President Joe Biden announced that a 4th of July celebration will be held at the White House, it was only several weeks ago that he was using Independence Day as a gloomy ultimatum to reach a vaccine threshold, and setting the picnic bar at “small groups” if any at all.”The reason Biden changed his... Read More

Ex-NYT journo Don McNeil says paper reached out to Pulitzer jury ‘fearing’ N-word saga would ‘cost them’ prize

June 11th, 2021
Ex-NYT journo Don McNeil says paper reached out to Pulitzer jury ‘fearing’ N-word saga would ‘cost them’ prize

Media top headlines June 11Jeffrey Toobin returning to CNN with an awkward interview, Vice President Harris snapping at anchor when she was pressed on visiting the border, and Glenn Greenwald tearing into Jim Acosta over Trump photo-op round out today’s top media headlinesDonald McNeil Jr., the veteran New York Times journalist who was forced out by paper earlier this year, revealed that his former employer did damage control with the Pulitzer Prize organization in order to salvage its chances of earning an award over its coronavirus coverage. On Friday, the Times received the coveted journalism... Read More

Germany’s coronavirus lockdown ‘not responsible’ for pandemic decline, study finds

June 3rd, 2021
Germany’s coronavirus lockdown ‘not responsible’ for pandemic decline, study finds

A new study from a German university found that the country’s COVID-19 infections were already falling prior to each government-mandated lockdown. Statisticians at the Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich analyzed the infection rates around the time of national lockdowns in Germany. The study concluded that the rate of infection was already declining when the government mandated more extreme measures in an effort to combat the spread of the virus.  Protestors gather in front of the Brandenburg Gate before a demonstration against the coronavirus measures by the German Government in Berlin,... Read More

Arizona teachers’ union affiliate ripped for tone deaf ‘Game of Thrones’ tweet on Memorial Day weekend

June 1st, 2021
Arizona teachers’ union affiliate ripped for tone deaf ‘Game of Thrones’ tweet on Memorial Day weekend

Arizona Education Association-Retired, a statewide local affiliate of the Arizona Education Association, drew backlash over the weekend for posting a screenshot from a fiery scene from “Game of Thrones” along with the caption, “teachers at the end of 2021,” as critics reminded the union that many teachers slow walked the return of in-classroom learning during the coronavirus pandemic.”Our teachers have given so much this past school year – THANK YOU!,” AEA-Retired tweeted along with the photo on Friday.The message drew a sharp response from Twitter users... Read More