Here’s your weekly sample from the large collection of news stories that made the cut for the ‘Round-Up’:
–A top Democrat operative says voter fraud, especially with mail-in ballots, is no myth. He knows this because he’s been doing it on a grand scale for decades.
–According to the New York Times, potentially 90% of those who’ve tested positive for COVID-19 have such insignificant amounts of the virus present in their bodies that such individuals do not need to isolate nor are they candidates for contact tracing.
–A new report from the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that in 94% of the cases of those who died from COVID-19, another disease was also at work on the victim.
–Congressman Roger Marshall, a medical doctor, was censored for discussing CDC information about COVID-19.
–The CDC ended its 14 day quarantine recommendation for returning travelers.
–Tedros Ghebreyesus of the World Health Organization downplayed the role of a vaccine and ending the coronavirus pandemic and instead called for a focus on climate change.
–A Syracuse University chemistry professor has been put on administrative leave and faces an investigation by the Office of Equal Opportunities, Inclusion and Resolution Services for using the term Wuhan Flu and the Chinese Communist Party Virus in a syllabus.
–Kamala Harris asserted that one of the first actions she and Joe Biden will take if elected will be a national mandate to wear masks.
–House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited a San Francisco hair salon Monday afternoon for a wash and blow-out despite local ordinances keeping salons closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
–Dr. Deborah Birx is now advising college students not to return home if they test positive for COVID-19.
–Governor Brown of Oregon has extended the COVID-19 state of emergency until November 3.
–Hundreds of freedom lovers came together at Virginia’s capital of Richmond earlier this week to protest the mandate imposed by the government in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, specifically regarding a mandated vaccine.
–Police arrested a women at home due to a coronavirus Facebook post, charging her with incitement.
–New York refuses to release data on COVID-19 nursing home deaths until after the election.
–Joe Biden became entangled in yet another verbal stumble as he tried to criticize President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.