Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson will not call Bobulinski to testify before the November 3 elections, as the committee is working to review all the information provided to the committee by Bobulinski. The information has to be verified, as it is subject to the same false information to Congress laws that verbal or written testimony does. However, a Johnson spokesperson told the Caller that all the material provided by Bobulinski that has been reviewed so far has turned out to be legitimate. The committee has “also” not come across any “signs” or evidence to suggest the content is false, the spokesperson added. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Senate Committee Successfully Verifies All Bobulinski Materials Reviewed To Date
But that timeline has been all but dashed. Most infectious disease experts and public health officials believe the first vaccines are likely to be authorized in November or December and may become available in limited numbers to the highest-priority groups in early 2021. A vaccine is not expected to be widely available for most Americans until well into 2021. … [Read more...] about Newsom: California to review any FDA-approved coronavirus vaccine before distributing
Dr. Michael Mason, a Kaiser Permanente geriatrician who regularly visits skilled nursing facilities, said he’s heard of families sneaking in hugs with grandparents when they’re taken off site for dialysis or other appointments. He knows of one case when a son came to his mother’s nursing home window to sing happy birthday to her — but the window was open, and later she tested positive for the coronavirus. … [Read more...] about Bay Area seniors struggle with loneliness as pandemic drags on: ‘It’s four walls and a TV’
We’re learning more about the father of nine and where police are in the investigation into the fatal police shooting that has led to chaos in the City of Brotherly Love. … [Read more...] about As Investigation Into Fatal Police Shooting Continues, Who Was Walter Wallace Jr.?
Nothing has seared that reality into the minds of voters more than what has transpired during the pandemic. First we learned that Trump knew early on how deadly COVID-19 was and lied about it to the public, and now we see how he has conducted himself since getting infected — being treated then returning to the White House and recklessly putting the people around him in danger of contracting the virus. Then he had the gall to declare that COVID is nothing worse than the flu and to encourage Americans not to let it rule their lives. … [Read more...] about Harris turns election into referendum on Trump’s character