“The virus takes a heck of a toll on your system. Not just on your lungs, but your immune system in general and many other organs. It is a sneaky virus that tends to affect more body systems than we ever realized, and that’s why we continue to add symptoms that we never thought were involved with the virus, but in fact truly are.” … [Read more...] about Ask Dr. Dave Hnida: How Much Does Wearing A Mask Help Prevent Coronavirus?
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President Trump, who has regularly recycled evidence-free complaints about illegal voting in California, has complained that mail voting threatens his re-election, saying in March that “you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again” if Democratic efforts to boost mail ballots succeeded. … [Read more...] about Newsom’s plan to mail ballots to all California voters is temporarily blocked by judge
“He hadn’t done anything to threaten the officer or anyone else,” Burris said, stressing that Monterrosa was on his knees when he was shot. “Even if it had been a gun, he did not try to pull it out. There was no basis to shoot him. He overreacted.” … [Read more...] about Family of Sean Monterrosa, the SF man killed by Vallejo police, speaks out: ‘My brother was kneeling and surrendering’
“If you’re not (concerned), you’re not paying attention to the epidemiology, to the virulence of this disease,” Newsom said during a visit Thursday to Stockton, where he met with Mayor Michael Tubbs and business owners to discuss racism. … [Read more...] about Newsom says protests may cause California’s coronavirus numbers to surge
Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” St. Louis homeowner Mark McCloskey made his first national TV appearance since he and his wife were captured on video appearing ready to defend their home with firearms against a mob protest in their front yard. … [Read more...] about St. Louis Homeowner Mark McCloskey: ‘I Saw It All Going Up in Flames’ — ‘I Was Worried I Was Going to Be Killed’