“I will not be tested, I will not be traced, and I will not be vaccinated as a prerequisite for any activity.”
Cumberland Co. Coroner: Pa Dept. of Health refuses to test nursing home residents after 14 deaths in one facility
With no guidance from state officials who refuse to test all residents at the facility, the coroners office is now questioning if the DOH is really acting in the best interest of all Pennsylvanians.
Lt. Governor Fetterman says Pennsylvania is weeks away from reopening, “if at all,” according to science
“We are weeks away from any kind of major announcement opening, if at all,” Lt. Fetterman said of the shutdown in Pennsylvania.
“Special thanks and recognition to Dr. Rachel Levine — a calm, wise, and dedicated leader during this COVID-19 pandemic. Pennsylvania is so lucky to have you as our Secretary of Health,”
– Pa Governor Tom Wolf
Oprah talks COVID-19; Journalist alleges medication ‘Adrenochrome’ used by Tom Hanks; Bill Gates’ private medical network overtaken by “white hats”
Revelations about COVID-19 allegedly link celebrities to an elite network that harvests the hemostatic medication adrenochrom. However, mainstream sources are calling the revelations “debunked conspiracy theories,” and describe Corkin’s sources as ”right wing extremists.”
– Trump campaign analyst Jalen Johnson falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus on Instagram.
– FoxNews contributor Michelle Malkin condemned the falsely reported COVID-19 information.
– Deputy Director of Communications for the Trump campaign Matt Wolking provided hbg100.com with a copy of Johnson’s apology statement.
– D.C. correspondent Jack Posobiec also took notice on twitter.
Michelle Malkin condemns false COVID-19 info published by Trump campaign staffer Jalen Johnson on Instagram
A Trump campaign staffer falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus on Instagram.
FoxNews contributor Michelle Malkin tweeted on Thursday, condemning the falsely reported COVID-19 information.
Trump campaign analyst falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus on Instagram
Jalen Johnson falsely identified a private citizen as being sick with Coronavirus in a post on his Instagram page on Sunday.
When reached for comment on Monday, the man denied Johnson’s allegations stating that the he does not have the virus and the allegations are false.