National Guard to staff Poverello Center

by KECI staff  - Saturday, August 15th 2020 MISSOULA, Mont. — The National Guard has been called into help staff the Poverello Center in Missoula. The state's largest homeless shelter said in a social media post that the Guard members will help keep the shelter running after staff was forced to quarantine due to close contacts … Continue reading National Guard to staff Poverello Center

Australian Professor: Ivermectin ‘Amazingly Successful’ in Killing Coronavirus

A health worker shows a bottle of Ivermectin. (LUIS ROBAYO/AFP via Getty Images)   By Tauren Dyson    |   Saturday, 08 August 2020 10:27 AM   An Australian drug known as Ivermectin, which is already in use throughout the world to treat parasitic conditions, is showing great results in killing coronavirus in studies involving patients, according to Sky News. "Because I'm … Continue reading Australian Professor: Ivermectin ‘Amazingly Successful’ in Killing Coronavirus

Sweden Refused To Lockdown: They Were Right, New Cases Plunge, Very Ill Approach ZERO

The Washington Standard /  August 3, 2020 “In many ways, the voluntary measures we put in place in Sweden have been just as effective as complete lockdowns in other countries,” Anders Tegnell, the chief epidemiologist at Sweden’s public health agency, Sweden is a case study in what to do next time. Their results are eye-opening Lockdowns, destroying … Continue reading Sweden Refused To Lockdown: They Were Right, New Cases Plunge, Very Ill Approach ZERO

Kristi Noem Protected Her State’s Economy — And Kept People Safe

She resisted the pressure to lockdown. by ELLIE GARDEY - July 18, 2020, 12:07 AM Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota announced Thursday that her state achieved a $19 million surplus for the 2020 fiscal year. For Noem, one of five governors who did not issue a stay-at-home order, it was a vindication of her hands-off … Continue reading Kristi Noem Protected Her State’s Economy — And Kept People Safe

Why no one should believe COVID-19 is naturally-occurring

The burden of proof is now on China to demonstrate that COVID-19 is naturally-occurring because most of the available evidence indicates otherwise. USA Jul 04, 2020, 03.18 PM(IST) Written By: Lawrence Sellin After six months of exhaustive investigation, the global scientific community has been unable to identify the natural source of COVID-19, that is, the when, where and … Continue reading Why no one should believe COVID-19 is naturally-occurring

Top Montana Legislator Vows to Reject Mandatory Vaccines

James White   3 weeks ago Kalispell, MT – Montana representative for House District 11, Derek Skees appeared recently on EIV Radio and vowed that he would never sign a mandatory vaccine law, and would fight anyone who decided to introduce one. In fact, Representative Skees vowed to be “the 1st one arrested” if the rumor proves … Continue reading Top Montana Legislator Vows to Reject Mandatory Vaccines

China failed to share Covid-19 clues

Report shows that virus' closest ancestor was found in bats infecting a Chinese copper mine seven years ago By GORDON WATTS - JULY 6, 2020 A coronavirus strain similar to Covid-19 was found in a bat-infested copper mine in China seven years ago. The pathogen was discovered after an outbreak of deaths and underwent clinical testing … Continue reading China failed to share Covid-19 clues

Really Bizarre Things Are Happening All Over The Globe

June 24, 2020 by Michael Snyder Just when you think that 2020 has been filled with enough trouble, even more stuff starts happening.  Coming into this week, we were already dealing with a new COVID-19 surge which has pushed the number of daily cases to the highest levels we have seen so far, a global economy which … Continue reading Really Bizarre Things Are Happening All Over The Globe

‘Overtaken by aliens’: India facing worst locust attack in 25 years

Scientists say voracious bugs are faster than in previous infestations Jeffrey Gettleman, Suhasini Raj 5 days ago    Magan Doodi, a groundskeeper at a golf course in Jaipur, was making his rounds earlier this week when he saw the sky suddenly turn a weird pink. It wasn’t some quirk of the weather. It was locusts – millions of … Continue reading ‘Overtaken by aliens’: India facing worst locust attack in 25 years

YouTube censors epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski for opposing lockdown

By Jon Levine May 16, 2020 | 1:10pm | Updated Big Tech companies are aggressively tamping down on COVID-19 “misinformation” — opinions and ideas contrary to official pronouncements. Dr. Knut M. Wittkowski, former head of biostatistics, epidemiology and research design at Rockefeller University, says YouTube removed a video of him talking about the virus that had racked up more than … Continue reading YouTube censors epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski for opposing lockdown