Gavin Newsom's Children Are Back to Private School Classrooms

At a news conference, Newsom said that his four children, aged 4 to 11, had returned in some capacity to classrooms. 

Governor Gavin Newsom said Friday his children returned under a "phased-in approach" to in-person learning while many schools across the state remain closed due to Covid-19, including virtually all public schools where the governor lives in Sacramento County. 

According to a source, Newsom's children attend a private school in Sacramento County that has a hybrid curriculum that alternates remote and in-person education before returning full-time next month. POLITICO, for privacy purposes, does not name the school. 

"They are gradually returning to school and we are gradually leaving the very difficult distance learning that we've been doing, so many parents are doing up and down the state," Newsom said Friday when asked about the education of his own children.

Under Newsom's reopening scheme, Sacramento County schools are authorized to open classrooms. But major public school districts in the city, including San Juan Unified, which serves the neighborhood of Newsom, have yet to do so. Next month, several Sacramento County districts expect to reopen elementary schools, while San Juan has a target date for January. A reopening date has yet to be proposed by Sacramento City United. 

Reopening debate: This week, members of the California assembly sought more concrete action on school reopening from Newsom and state officials, stressing testing ability. For teachers across the state who believe it's not yet safe to reopen classes, the opportunity to consistently test students and staff has been a sticking point. 

According to an EdSource report released Friday, in 21 of the state's 58 counties, all school districts are either providing some form of in-person instruction or preparing to do so soon. 

Newsom referred to $5.3 billion in state and federal school funding to respond to Covid-19 and two months' worth of PPE offered by the state to districts. 

He expressed his conviction that schools need to be opened as soon as possible, citing academic and social-emotional issues, but stressed that local districts remain responsible for the decisions. The California Teachers Association has been adamant that it is not safe to return to schools yet. 

"We absolutely believe that the social-emotional learning that takes place in the classroom is the best place for our children, certainly also the best place for their parents. And so it is absolutely incumbent on doing everything in our power to support our districts so that they can reopen safely, with emphasis on reopening safely," said Newsom.

Newsom spoke at the unveiling of a $25 million laboratory on Friday that will dramatically increase the Covid-19 testing capacity of the state, which he said could help districts reopen schools. The laboratory, designed in collaboration with PerkinElmer, a diagnostics firm, will begin processing tests next month with a goal of 150,000 tests by March. 

Political implications: The return to school of the Newsom children confirms lawmakers' fears that families who can afford private schools have a jumpstart, further increasing the disparity in achievement. This summer, the CTA criticized the governor for allowing private schools to reopen exemptions, which almost all private schools have done.

The admission that his own kids are back in classrooms could raise Newsom's pressure to do more to reopen schools. When the day goes by with low-income public school children dealing with distance learning, expect the personal case of Newsom to become a high-profile example of coronavirus educational inequities. 

What's next: The pressure is on the state to issue more prescriptive guidance for schools to reopen, as security issues are kept up by school reopening talks with teacher unions and the state's local control strategy has produced uneven plans for the six million K-12 students in California.

State-by-State Map of School-Building Closures

 

Why Wearing A Face Mask Outdoors Isn't Necessary

Each orange dot represents a dose of respiratory particles capable
of infecting someone if inhaled by breathing, speaking, and shouting

In the worst-case scenario (lower right corner) – shouting or singing in a closed space for an hour – a person with Covid-19 releases. 

Risk of coronavirus infection changes depending on the number of contagious particles you breathe in. El Pais illustrated the differences when you take certain measures, namely wearing masks, ventilation, and decreased exposure time.  The suggestions are based on statistical models, so there is more uncertainty than I think the explanations provide, but the sequence of illustrations provides a clear picture of what we can do — if you must do things indoors.

In the spring, health authorities failed to focus on aerosol transmission, but recent scientific publications have forced the World Health Organization (WHO) and the CDC to acknowledge it. An article in the prestigious Science magazine found that there is “overwhelming evidence” that airborne transmission is a “major transmission route” for the coronavirus, and the CDC now notes that, “under certain conditions, they seem to have infected others who were more than six feet [two meters] away. These transmissions occurred within enclosed spaces that had inadequate ventilation. Sometimes the infected person was breathing heavily, for example, while singing or exercising.”

At present, health authorities recognize three vehicles of coronavirus transmission: the small droplets from speaking or coughing, which can end up in the eyes, mouth, or nose of people standing nearby; contaminated surfaces (fomites), although the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that this is the least likely way to catch the virus, a conclusion backed by the European Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (ECDC) observation that not a single case of fomite-caused Covid-19 has been observed; then finally, there is transmission by aerosols – the inhalation of invisible infectious particles exhaled by an infected person that, once leaving the mouth, behave in a similar way to smoke. Without ventilation, aerosols remain suspended in the air and become increasingly dense as time passes.

At the beginning of the pandemic, it was believed that the large droplets we expel when we cough or sneeze was the main vehicle of transmission. But we now know that shouting and singing in indoor, poorly ventilated spaces over a prolonged period of time also increases the risk of contagion. This is because speaking in a loud voice releases 50 times more virus-laden particles than when we don’t speak at all. These aerosols, if not diffused through ventilation, become increasingly concentrated, which increases the risk of infection. Scientists have shown that these particles – which we also release into the atmosphere when simply breathing and which can escape from improperly worn face masks – can infect people who spend more than a few minutes within a five-meter radius of an infected person, depending on the length of time and the nature of the interaction. In the following example, we outlined what conditions increase the risk of contagion in this situation.

If the buildings are properly ventilated, with good air conditioning,  there is less risk.  University of Colorado Boulder atmospheric chemist Jose-Luis Jimenez has released an airborne transmission pilot tool that may help us answer some of these questions, or at least provide some informed guidance. 

Majority of Spanish Flu Deaths Were From Secondary Bacteria



Our fantastic public health officials are either keeping this from you or are too dumb to do some research.  Beware of the so-called 2nd wave— my bet is it will be largely bacterial pneumonia. Asking the at-risk elderly to mask is going to send them to the hospital. 💯 This is not about health. 

The majority of deaths in 1918-1919 influenza resulted directly from secondary bacterial pneumonia caused by common upper-respiratory-tract bacteria.  

In China, This Coronavirus App Pretty Much Controls Your Life

China corona virus app restricts your movement and freedomIn China, This Coronavirus App Pretty Much Controls Your Life
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The scale of your COVID-19 exposure based on where you have been
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This Coronavirus App Tells You To Quarantine and Restricts Your Movement Regardless of Your Symptoms  

Democrats in The United States want to hire 100,000 contact tracers with the help of Apple iOS to do contact tracing.   Here is their plan to control your life and restrict your freedoms. 

To manage COVID-19 epidemics going forward, communities in the United States need: (1) ready access to rapid diagnostic tests for all symptomatic cases or those with reasonable suspicion of COVID-19 exposure; (2) widespread serological testing to understand underlying rates of infection and identify those who have developed immunity and could potentially return to work or school without fear of becoming infected; and (3) the ability to trace all contacts of reported cases. In order to trace all contacts, safely isolate the sick, and quarantine those exposed, we estimate that our public health workforce needs to add approximately 100,000 (paid or volunteer) contact tracers to assist with this large-scale effort. This workforce could be strategically deployed to areas of greatest need and managed through state and local public health agencies that are on the front lines of COVID-19 response. To do this, we also estimate that Congress will need to appropriate approximately $3.6 billion in emergency funding to state and territorial health departments.

This plan outlines a vision for how to accomplish this goal, including ways that case identification and contact tracing capabilities can be greatly expanded; actions that the federal, state, and local governments and other organizations must take to stand up these capabilities as quickly as possible; and resources that will be needed to accomplish comprehensive case finding and contact tracing.

A national effort to scale up and expand local, state, and territorial case investigation and management is necessary before US communities can begin to return to “normal.” If we can find nearly every case, and trace the contacts of each case, it will be possible, in time, to relax the bluntest approaches: the extreme social distancing measures, such as stay at home orders, and realize the commensurate social and economic benefits.

This document sets forth a call to action that specifies what is needed to enable the United States to massively scale up its ability to identify COVID-19 cases in every community and trace contacts of every case in support of national recovery from COVID-19. In this document, we aim to aid public health officials and decision-makers at all levels of government—local, state, territorial, tribal, and federal—in expanding the capabilities and capacities necessary to undertake the case-based interventions that will greatly reduce transmission of COVID-19 and enable the country to gradually lift social distancing measures and movement restrictions, even before a vaccine is widely available. 

While technology-heavy methods used by Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korea may be difficult to replicate in the US context because of privacy protections, New Zealand and Iceland’s approach could be achievable with a large enough contact tracing workforce. The United States could possibly roll out a mobile contact tracing application that could capture contacts and record their self-reported symptoms. Following the Iceland and Singapore models, with user permission, an app could also record and store user location for contact tracing and tracking purposes. In addition, a national electronic platform for contact tracing could be developed and potentially synced with existing electronic health records. 

Democrats in The United States want to hire 100,000 contact tracers with the help of Apple iOS to do contact tracing.  This simple innocent iOS14 app will turn into something far different in the future. 

ios 14 exposure notifications

COVID-19 Exposure

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In order to relax community mitigation efforts and other measures to reduce COVID-19 transmission, it is essential to rapidly test all symptomatic cases of COVID-19, identify and isolate all positive cases, and conduct contact tracing for all close contacts of each and every case. This level of case-based intervention will help enable a lessening of social distancing measures, but it can be accomplished only by massively scaling up the local and state public health workforce—on the order of 100,000 newly engaged workers—to assist with the enormous and unprecedented task of contact investigation and containment on this scale.

In parallel with helping the United States to shift from population-level interventions to more precise case-based interventions, this initiative could provide an income to many who have lost their earnings as a result of the pandemic. Strategic management, training, and support for this workforce will be necessary, and technology must be explored as a force multiplier. Federal, state, territorial, tribal, and local governments each have a role to play to successfully advance this ambitious expansion of existing local, state, and territorial public health capabilities.

Now is the time for Congress, the administration, and the country to come together to adequately fund and implement contact tracing at this required scale. The goal of adding at least 100,000 new contact tracers in the United States and managing their work, while challenging, is achievable with appropriate financial support and a collective commitment. Read the full document.

AAPL Plunges After iPhone Sales Miss, China Revenues Plummet, Lack Of Forecast.  Now that Apple is losing revenue in China you know they are going to start following China's lead and I suspect they are going to use Government services and contact tracing has their next revenue opportunity. 

Facebook, Twitter, Google CEOs Full Censorship Senate Testimony

These 3 companies are the single greatest threat to free speech! 
NY Post is the 4th highest circulated news media and was censored! 

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified at a virtual Senate hearing on whether the technology industry enables bad behavior. Ted Cruz grilled Big Tech CEOs over bias concerns; 'The Five' weigh-in.  

Jack Dorsey perjured himself today lying about the NY Post being on Twitter regarding Hunter Biden. 

"Mr. Dorsey, who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to hear, and why do you persist in behaving as a Democratic super PAC silencing views to the contrary of your political beliefs?" Cruz asked.

Dorsey claimed that this was not the case. He also denied that Twitter has the ability to influence elections, a claim that Cruz derided as "absurd."

“You’re testifying to this committee right now that Twitter, when it silences people when it censors people when it blocks political speech, that has no impact on elections?”

“People have a choice of other communication channels,” Dorsey claimed.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, ripped into Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey during a hearing with tech titans on Wednesday, accusing him and his social media platform of improperly censoring reporting that reflected poorly on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, asking at the point, "Who the hell elected you?"

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The exchange comes as Republicans over the last several weeks have decried Twitter's actions to lock the New York Post's Twitter account, and censor links to the outlet's stories, on Biden's son, Hunter, and his overseas business dealings.

Dorsey said this was due to a policy regarding hacked materials because the stories were based on emails from Hunter Biden's purported laptop. Cruz noted that a New York Times article about President Trump's tax returns did not face the same treatment, even though the materials appeared to be leaked illegally.

Los Angeles County We Have to Protest To Open Our Damn Schools

Why do we have to protest to open our schools during the pandemic in Los Angeles, CA? 


Justin Turner Says "Screw You" to the "Weasels Playing God"

Justin Turner of the Los Angeles Dodgers is a perfect example of what is wrong with COVID testing and our society today.  Why would a normal healthy person even test for the virus?  He did precisely what every normal person who is asymptomatic should do.  Live his life and celebrate with his teammates unless he is sick!  There is far too much testing fraud and subjectivity in the testing that it makes no sense to hold people hostage who have no symptoms. How do we know this test isn't another false positive test? It's just stupid and there is no credible data to support that he is even spreading the virus as a healthy person. 

Testing healthy people is the dumbest thing our society is doing right now and is precisely what is hurting our economy & school systems.  The "weasels playing god" (aka Government bureaucrats) think we can actually control this virus by testing health people.   They are morons!  Let us live our lives and let this virus run its course!  

Before the Los Angeles Dodgers could celebrate their first World Series win since 1988, third baseman Justin Turner was pulled out of the game. Later, it was reported that the 35-year-old had tested positive for COVID-19 and would not be allowed to celebrate with the team on the field. However, Turner stepped out for the team photo, took off his mask, and was seen posing with the trophy and celebrating, leaving MLB Twitter alarmed at the proceedings. 

However, videos of Turner celebrating on the field were shared online after the Game 6 win. Fans reacted negatively to the video, mostly puzzled as to why the baseman was out on the field after testing positive. "This is probably the dumbest thing that can be done," one fan wrote. However, some fans surprisingly agreed with him being on the field, as he was out with the players on the field for the game and quarantining him now would make no sense.

Rudy Giuliani's Car Attacked at Trump Rally by Antifa Demonstrators

Counter-demonstrators then attacked the caravan with paint, eggs, and projectiles; as well as verbally accosting them.


 

Spike in Flu Shot Deaths Begs Skepticism

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In South Korea, 36 people have died of flu shots in  2020 and 65 people in 2019 & vaccines were only 29% effective. 

At least 36 people have died after taking flu vaccinations since last Friday, including a 17-year-old. The average age of those who died was 74, according to the South Korean Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA).

As of Friday, more than 14 million people had gotten the flu vaccine, of which 9.4 million were children, elderly, and pregnant women, according to the KDCA.  Ki Moran, a professor at South Korea's National Cancer Centre, said the flu vaccine is known to cause serious side effects in one out of 10 million people.

In 2019, 227,000 people over the age of 65 died in South Korea, she added. That's an average of 621 deaths a day, to put the recent figures into perspective. The KDCA decided on Friday not to suspend the flu vaccinations. The vaccination expert committee will hold a meeting Saturday morning to review additional data, according to a KDCA statement.

The KDCA's Friday meeting came after rising scrutiny from experts and politicians.
On Friday, South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun called for a thorough investigation into the deaths, citing public anxiety, according to a press release by the Health Ministry. He did not call for a halt to the vaccination campaign.

The Korean Medical Association, a coalition of 130,000 doctors, has urged the government to suspend the vaccination program for a week until they determined the cause of the deaths.

In a statement, the Korean Vaccine Society emphasized the importance of the flu vaccine, especially "for children, the elderly, and patients with chronic diseases and low immune system." The organization cited concerns about the possible spread of flu during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Experts globally are preparing for flu season in the middle of the pandemic. "This is a critical year for us to try to take flu as much off the table as we can," said Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in an interview with the AMA's JAMA Network.
One reason is to decrease the strain on public health services and hospitals, which are bracing for a winter wave. Experts say it possible to get Covid-19 and the flu simultaneously -- and, because flu symptoms look so similar to that of Covid-19, it will be impossible to rule out a coronavirus diagnosis without a test. That means a case of the flu can cause substantial disruption to work and school.
In South Korea, Covid-19 has infected 25,775 people and killed 457, according to Johns Hopkins University.

At least seven companies’ products were reportedly tied to the deaths, including France-based Sanofi and six domestic firms—SK Bioscience, Shinsung Pharm, Korea Vaccine, GC Pharma, Boryung Biopharma and LG Chem. Sanofi didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

Back in September, before the deaths began, the KDCA temporarily halted its free national flu inoculation program, citing cold-chain problems. Turns out, a batch of Shinsung’s vaccines were left at room temperature during transportation when they should have been refrigerated. A recall followed, but some 2,300 doses had already been given, according to The New York Times. High temperatures would render a flu vaccine ineffective but not likely toxic.

Most of the deaths happened in elderly people, who are covered by the country’s free vaccination scheme. KDCA said Thursday that at least seven of the nine people it investigated had underlying health problems, according to Reuters.


How effective is this year's flu shot? Here's what we know so far. 

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Special Guest Tony Bobulinski Press Conference at Debate Tonight

President Trump brought former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski as his guest to the final presidential debate Thursday night. The fake news networks are just appalling.

President Trump brought Hunter Biden's former associate Tony Bobulinski as a guest to debate. Bobulinski is a retired lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings, which he explained "was a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye and the Biden family." He said he was brought on as CEO by Hunter Biden and James Gilliar and on Thursday released emails and text messages that appear to show Joe Biden's involvement with his son's foreign business dealings. 

Only Fox and some smaller media outlets covered it. No NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC or ABC. How many reporters showed up to the Stormy Daniels press conference years ago? All of them! Sad state of media hypocrisy.

400,000 California Ballots Sent To People Who Moved Out Or Died

Millions of California ballots have been delivered to residents across the state as early voting begins for the 2020 general election, but some have gone to people who should no longer be registered to vote in the state, one group claims. 

A new study from the Election Integrity Project California has found that close to 400,000 ballots have been sent to people who moved or died.

Here is one real example: 

I moved from one city to another in California. Put in a change of address, the State never changed. Put in another request, but they had a technical error. Now I have to hunt down my ballot, which the State can’t find.  California would be red, but the elections are run by Democrats that will do anything to win. A friend who’s registered Democrat has no problems changing address, but registered Republicans have errors.

This is the most illegitimate election of all time...

Here are the state-by-state vote by mail 2020 election rules. 




60 Minutes Interview Exposes Lack of Biden Corruption Coverage


60 Minutes never expected Trump to release an unedited version of their interview, but when he did this morning he exposed their nonexistent coverage of the Hunter Biden laptop story. 

Biden Likes The Idea of MANDATORY VACCINATIONS

This is just downright scary and shows how his close ties to communist China are influencing him! 

Here is one example where mandatory vaccination is not the solution for measles in Europe. Looking at the number of measles cases in children by country, there is also no consistent difference, with some countries that have mandatory vaccination, such as Bulgaria and Slovakia, having very high rates of measles.

The most obvious problem with mandatory vaccination is that it impinges on people’s rights, a fundamental aspect of liberal democracy. Indeed, the social perception of the rich imposing their will at the expense of individual autonomy led to the end of mandatory smallpox vaccination in England in 1946.

We know a lot about the reasons behind vaccine hesitancy. Parents declining the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine often believe that vaccines are unsafe and ineffective and that the diseases they prevent are mild and uncommon. Some lack trust in their health professionals and in science. 

NY Post Twitter Account Locked & Censored

Twitter tries to hold the account of The Post hostage through the debate between Trump and Biden. 

It's been a week since Twitter locked the account of The Post over its exposé on the emails of Hunter Biden, and the hostage situation continues to continue into Thursday's final presidential debate. 

The social media giant refuses to activate the main account of The Post unless six tweets about its own reporting on the son of Joe Biden are removed by the news organization. 

This suggests that the Post will not be able to share its coverage of the last showdown between President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden with its nearly 2 million followers ahead of the Nov. 3 election. 

On Oct. 14, when the news organization released the first article in its series of bombshell stories, Twitter locked The Post's main account. 

Despite Twitter changing its policy on Oct. 15 and allowing other users to tweet the very same links, it remained blocked, following outrage over the suppression of the stories by social media.

"A Twitter representative told The Post in an email on Oct. 16," Although we've changed the policy, we're not retroactively modifying compliance. To regain access to your account, you'll also need to delete the tweets. 

"But everyone who looks at the Twitter feed of The Post can't even see the Biden story tweets that have been replaced by messages stating," This Tweet isn't accessible anymore. 

Meanwhile, on Twitter, a slew of dubious characters have always been able to send out missives, including Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who once called on the social networking site to kill Israel. 

Twitter did not immediately answer a Wednesday afternoon request for comment.

Why Won't Attorney General Bill Barr Arrest Anyone?

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Trump mulls firing FBI director and Attorney General Bill Barr because they won’t investigate Joe Biden and Hunter Biden. At a recent rally in Carson City, Nevada, Trump blasted Joe Biden and his son Hunter as a “criminal enterprise.”

The Washington Post reported that President Donald Trump is considering firing FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General William Barr, out of frustration that the two of them haven’t been able to investigate them.

“The conversations among the president and senior aides stem in part from their disappointment that Wray in particular but Barr as well have not done what Trump had hoped — indicate that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, his son Hunter Biden, or other Biden associates are under investigation, these people say,” reported Devlin Barrett and Josh Dawsey. “Like others, they spoke on the condition of anonymity to disclose internal discussions.”

Barr has attracted controversy from the first day of his appointment due to a series of moves suspected of being partisan efforts to help Trump, from downplaying the findings of the Mueller report to moving to drop charges against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn after he already pleaded guilty. Nevertheless, he has not been willing to publicly announce a criminal investigation of the Bidens in the middle of a presidential election, with no clear basis for doing so.

In the 2016 campaign’s closing weeks, the president and public intensified calls for jailing his challenger, Hillary Clinton. 

How The Coronavirus Is Being Used As A Trojan Horse

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Human Rights Watchdog Says Governments Using Pandemic To Crack Down On Online Dissent

The Covid-19 pandemic is being used as a Trojan horse to take away our rights and be used to push increased digital surveillance via our smartphones' big tech and Governments. But that’s not all, it also serves a means for other facial recognition technology to be more frequently used. Top10VPN continues to monitor the increase of the police state and decrease our digital and physical rights noting the following figures.

  • 120 contact tracing apps are available in 71 countries
  • 45 apps now use Google and Apple’s API
  • The U.S. has 23 apps, more than any other country in the world
  • 19 apps, with 4 million downloads combined, have no privacy policy

Digital Tracking Measures:
  • 60 digital tracking measures have been introduced in 38 countries
  • Telecom providers have shared user data in 20 countries
Physical Surveillance Initiatives:
  • 43 physical surveillance measures have been adopted in 27 countries
  • Drones have been used 22 countries to help enforce lockdowns
  • Europe introduced more surveillance measures than any other region
Washington-based Freedom House said dozens of countries have cited CV as a means “to justify expanded surveillance powers and the deployment of new technologies that were once seen as too intrusive.” They added that it marks the 10th consecutive annual decline in internet freedom, Barron’s reported.

China was singled out in the report noting, Chinese authorities “combined low- and high-tech tools not only to manage the outbreak of the coronavirus but also to deter internet users from sharing information from independent sources and challenging the official narrative.”

China, which arrested 8 people who were charged with spreading rumors about a virus before the coronavirus was publicly known. Beyond that, China recently highlighted what can be done with such a law by censoring a media outlet Caijing, which is one of the most reputable outlets in the country. In that article, the authors claimed that China significantly underreported both cases and deaths, especially among the elderly. (archive) (translation)


10% Held by Hunter Biden For The Big Guy?

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Former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski has confirmed that an email published in the New York Post's bombshell exposé is indeed genuine - something the Biden camp hasn't disputed, and that the "Big Guy" described in one of those emails is none other than Joe Biden himself. Bobulinski also says Joe Biden was lying when he said he and Hunter never discussed business dealings.

Bobulinski issued the statement late Wednesday, affirming that, contrary to Joe Biden's claims that he never discussed business dealings with Hunter, the former Veep actually profited from his son's dealings, which were undertaken with the full support of the Biden family.  Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner told ‘don’t mention Joe’ in text message.  Bobulinski claims cash and equity positions and 10% stakes in dealings were set aside for "the big guy," - aka Joe Biden

Here is Bobulinski's statement in full:

Bobulinski Hunter Biden's Former Business Partner
My name is Tony Bobulinski. The facts set forth below are true and accurate; they are not any form of domestic or foreign disinformation.  Any suggestion to the contrary is false and offensive. I am the recipient of the email published seven days ago by the New York Post which showed a copy to Hunter Biden and Rob Walker. That email is genuine. 

This afternoon I received a request from the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs and the Senate Committee on Finance requesting all documents relating to my business affairs with the Biden family as well as various foreign entities and individuals. I have extensive relevant records and communications and I intend to produce those items for both Committees in the immediate future. 

I am the grandson of a 37 year Army Intelligence officer, the son of a 20+ year career Naval Officer and the brother of a 28-year career Naval Flight Officer.  I myself served our country for 4 years and left the Navy as LT Bobulinski.  I held a high-level security clearance and was an instructor and then CTO for Naval Nuclear Power Training Command.  I take great pride in the time my family and I served this country.  I am also not a political person. What few campaign contributions I have made in my life were to Democrats. 

If the media and big tech companies had done their jobs over the past several weeks I would be irrelevant in this story.  Given my long-standing service and devotion to this great country, I could no longer allow my family’s name to be associated or tied to Russian disinformation or implied lies and false narratives dominating the media right now.

After leaving the military I became an institutional investor investing extensively around the world and on every continent. I have traveled to over 50 countries.  I believe, hands down, we live in the greatest country in the world.

What I am outlining is fact.  I know it is fact because I lived it.  I am the CEO of Sinohawk Holdings which was a partnership between the Chinese operating through CEFC/Chairman Ye and the Biden family.  I was brought into the company to be the CEO by James Gilliar and Hunter Biden.  The reference to “the Big Guy” in the much publicized May 13, 2017 email is in fact a reference to Joe Biden.  The other “JB” referenced in that email is Jim Biden, Joe’s brother.

Hunter Biden called his dad ‘the Big Guy’ or ‘my Chairman,’ and frequently referenced asking him for his sign-off or advice on various potential deals that we were discussing. I’ve seen Vice President Biden saying he never talked to Hunter about his business. I’ve seen firsthand that that’s not true, because it wasn’t just Hunter’s business, they said they were putting the Biden family name and its legacy on the line.

I realized the Chinese were not really focused on a healthy financial ROI.  They were looking at this as a political or influence investment. Once I realized that Hunter wanted to use the company as his personal piggy bank by just taking money out of it as soon as it came from the Chinese, I took steps to prevent that from happening.

The Johnson Report connected some dots in a way that shocked me — it made me realize the Bidens had gone behind my back and gotten paid millions of dollars by the Chinese, even though they told me they hadn’t and wouldn’t do that to their partners.

I would ask the Biden family to address the American people and outline the facts so I can go back to being irrelevant — and so I am not put in a position to have to answer those questions for them. 

I don’t have a political ax to grind; I just saw behind the Biden curtain and I grew concerned with what I saw. The Biden family aggressively leveraged the Biden family name to make millions of dollars from foreign entities even though some were from communist-controlled China.

God Bless America!!!!

How Trump Wins With 284 Electoral College Votes to Biden's 253

Electoral College Forecast for 2020 Election
Electoral College Forecast for 2020 Election

It will take 270 electoral votes to win the 2020 presidential election. Click states on this interactive map to create your own 2020 election forecast. Create a specific match-up by clicking the party and/or names near the electoral vote counter. Use the buttons below the map to share your forecast or embed it into a web page.

Trump won the presidency in 2016 despite Clinton receiving almost 3m more votes, all because of the electoral college. How does the system work?  Were all of the votes legitimate?  Not likely with all the election voting fraud coming out recently.  

In 2016, Trump gained a quarter of his electoral votes from just 191,000 votes in the closest four states. 
Two of the last five elections were won without gaining the most votes.

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 “At the moment, the electoral college favors Republicans because of the way Republican voters are distributed across the country. They are more likely to occur in states that are closely divided between the parties.”

Under the winner-take-all system, the margin of victory in a state becomes irrelevant. In 2016, Clinton’s substantial margins in states such as California and New York failed to earn her enough electoral votes, while close races in the battleground states of Pennsylvania and Michigan took Trump over the 270 majority.

DOJ’s Antitrust Case vs Google is Biggest in 20 Years

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After the DOJ's 1998 suit against Microsoft, this suit has the potential to be the most important antitrust case against a technology firm in over 20 years.

It is claimed that U.S. antitrust enforcers are crafting a complaint against Google (and its parent company, Alphabet). This week, the Justice Department and a broad group of state attorneys general are meeting and could file suit very soon. While it would allegedly concentrate on the dominance of Google in online advertisement and search, the lawsuit may cover many other aspects of the actions of Google, including its dominance in mobile operating systems and web browsers. After the DOJ's 1998 suit against Microsoft, this suit has the potential to be the most important antitrust case against a technology firm in over 20 years.

In other words, almost all Internet users have a stake in the results of this case, all users of Google Apps, and anyone who watches Google-brokered ads. That's why it has to be performed correctly. It should cover more than just advertisement markets and also concentrate on the consumer strength of Google's search, browser, and smartphone OS. And the antitrust authorities should seek intelligent solutions that go beyond money harm, including breakups and interoperability with competing goods, all while being vigilant in protecting the interests of free expression and privacy of consumers that will eventually be caught up in the mix. Like many, we worry that it might not go well if everything is hurried, so we advise the enforcers to take the time they need to do it right while understanding that there is continual harm.

The Significance of a “Big Case” Antitrust

U.S. government antitrust cases have an important place in the history of innovation, and there is a fair argument to be made that they provided breathing space for innovation even though they did not conclude with a court order to break up a company. The DOJ's case against IBM started in 1969, went to trial in 1975, and was withdrawn in 1982, for "monopolizing or threatening to monopolize the general-purpose market for electronic digital computer systems." While the case did not end with a court-ordered remedy, as it had squashed other rivals for decades, a decade-plus of a public investigation into IBM's business practices arguably stopped the company from squashing nascent rivals like Microsoft. That outcome probably helped start the 1980s personal computer revolution, fuelled by various companies' ideas beyond "Big Blue."

The government's suit against AT&T, which had for much of the twentieth century maintained a legally recognized monopoly on telephone service in the U.S., almost ended the same way as the IBM suit. US v. AT&T was filed in 1974 and by 1982 it had not reached a verdict. "But years of scrutiny, coupled with the emergence of potential rivals who were itching to enter telecommunications service and related markets, led the leadership of AT&T to consent to a split, allowing the" Baby Bells "and technology-focused spinoffs to innovate in data communications and Internet growth in ways that" Ma Bell "could not. With a monolithic AT&T still controlling who could link to telephone networks and what devices they could use, it is difficult to foresee the Internet entering mainstream use in the 1990s. Even though the AT&T heirs finally re-assembled themselves, we still have the creativity unleashed by the split.

Also, a boon to creativity was the 1998 lawsuit against Microsoft over its exclusion of rival Web browser applications from PCs. At the time, Microsoft's AT&T-style merger, perhaps breaking its operating system and software application divisions into different businesses, was a distinct possibility. The trial court actually ordered exactly that. D.C. On appeal, Instead, Circuit opposed a split and directed Microsoft to comply with existing restrictions on its conduct against rival software vendors and PC producers. Again, this appeared to be anything less than a shining accomplishment. But Microsoft shelved plans to smash a little-known search firm called Google in the face of ongoing surveillance of its actions against competitors.

Google grew into so many Internet-related markets two decades later that its place in many of them remains unassailable. Google has been able to buy out or push out almost any company that dares to compete in a number of markets with it. Once again, the engine of disruptive innovation has broken down, and a brave, thoughtful federal and state enforcers' antitrust challenge could be just the thing to help restart it.

Look at the entire Alphabet, not just advertisements

Look at the whole alphabet, not just ads. News reports indicate that Google's litigation will concentrate on the domination of web advertising by the corporation, which is alleged to depress publishers' ad revenues. The suit may also discuss the behavior of Google against rivals in search markets, such as travel and search for goods. In order to see how it contributed to the acquisition of monopoly control in different markets, it should also look at Google's history of mergers and acquisitions, such as the 2007 purchase of advertising company DoubleClick.

Antitrust enforcers will go high on the reach of the complaint. Consumers will not benefit much from a suit that questions Google's actions in the advertisement markets alone. Although the vast collection of Google data on the browsing habits and preferences of users, extracted from its ad networks, causes great harm to customers, it is not yet clear if hundreds of smaller rivals in the ad-tech market, some of which are extremely shady, would be better user privacy stewards. The response here includes both antitrust and much-needed new regulations on privacy. That's going to assist customers around the board.

Google's leveraging of its current market dominance in search, Web browsing (Chrome), and mobile operating systems (Android) should also be questioned by the DOJ and states to keep out competition. The lawsuit should also question whether the collection and control of user data by Google through so many applications and computers, plus data from millions of websites linked to Google's advertisement networks, gives it an advantage that causes anti-trust scrutiny in other markets. These are, in part, novel and challenging antitrust law arguments. Yet enforcers are expected to target hard. Success in keeping Google responsible for its use of monopoly power can help the courts and probably Congress adjust antitrust law for the digital era, even if it does not succeed entirely. It can also help create a bulwark against the Internet's further centralization. And as history indicates, even a suit that eventually does not lead to a split will help make room for creativity outside the walls of today's tech giant from different outlets.

Have a large remedies toolbox: interoperability, innovation follow-on, laws of conduct, and breakups

By now, it is clear that antitrust law enforcers ought to seek solutions beyond money damages. Without altering their actions drastically, Google and Alphabet are big enough to treat almost every fine as a cost of doing business. As part of the litigation, a court-ordered breakup of Alphabet could also be seriously considered, perhaps an order to separate parts of Google's advertising company or to unravel Google's most controversial acquisitions.

In the government's quiver of solutions, however, breakups should not be the only bolt. Asking Google to allow its rivals to create interoperable goods would strike at the root of Google's monopoly issue and could be an easier lift. As we've seen across several examples, building products that can link to current, dominant products, without permission from the incumbent vendor, can be a powerful antimonopoly tool. It can help bring users back into power.

That may mean ordering Google not to interfere with products that block Google-distributed advertising and monitoring in Google's case. Allowing ad- and tracker-blocking technology to thrive will allow consumers to shape the ad-tech industry by supporting businesses that obtain less user information and are more accountable for the information they have. It could also promote innovation in that market (note: one of those innovations is the Privacy Badger of the EFF, but this could benefit several services). Google will have to fight for users' views and clicks in that case by protecting their privacy.

Interoperability requirements implemented as an antitrust remedy or as part of a settlement mitigate many of the concerns that come with more generalized mandates for technology because orders can be crafted to accommodate the technologies and procedures of a particular organization. To ensure enforcement, it may require constant monitoring and help prevent security concerns or other problems that may occur from a one-size-fits-all approach.

A perfect chance to start solving the issues of the monopoly control of Big Tech is the pending litigation against Google. If enforcers act boldly, they will set new precedents for antitrust that will stimulate competition across high-tech markets. As a spur to progress and a monopoly solution, they should also use this opportunity to advance interoperability.

Who are Google's Lawyers?

Google has had a handful of familiar outside lawyers since the companies have dealt with several antitrust court appearances over the past few years. 

In a pending private antitrust lawsuit accusing the search giant of monopolizing the online search advertising market, Google has turned to Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. When the department questioned the company's search activities, Wilson Sonsini also helped Google fight off the FTC back in 2011. Without penalizing Google, the FTC closed the case in 2013.

Google is also a client of Paul Weiss, who, during the DOJ's antitrust trial, represented Microsoft for Bill Gates' empire. 

For most foreign investigations, including the EU's nearly $ 3 billion antitrust fine accusing the corporation of rigging its search results to benefit its own goods, Google has relied on Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP. In his almost 13-year antitrust case brought by the DOJ, Cleary also represented IBM Corp. In 1982, the government finally dismissed the lawsuit.

Google's likely lawyers will include: Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison, Kasowitz Benson Torres, Hunton Andrews Kurth, Williams & Connonlly, King & Spalding

The Coronavirus College Scam

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My 20-year-old son attends Villanova University. It is a fine school, but this year it costs $70,000 a year for room, board and tuition—for online classes. This fall most colleges are charging full tuition to families like mine to have kids on campus without real classrooms. This is like going to a restaurant and never getting served, but still getting handed the bill.

My son decided to take a pass, and a full-time job instead. He’ll learn some valuable life skills from that experience, and he’ll likely go back when classes are back open. But millions of young people are back on campus this fall. In many college towns, crowded dorms, fraternities, sororities, and bars are open.

According to one report, college students represent 19 of the 25 hottest coronavirus outbreaks in the country with some 40,000 positive cases recorded in September, so administrators are suspending or even expelling students for irresponsible behaviors like going to crowded parties. But what did college presidents expect when they invited students back?

Almost none of the Covid-positive students have needed hospitalization, and most don’t even get sick. The risk to patients under 30 is minimal. But that doesn’t absolve the universities for making choices that benefit themselves at the expense of students, parents, and taxpayers, who foot the bill. The schools collect full tuition while students spread the virus and learn little they couldn’t be sitting in front of the computer in their parents’ house at a fraction of the cost.

Why? Follow the money. American higher education is big business, with total annual revenue of about $600 billion. Last spring, when schools sent students home midsemester, few bothered to refund their tuition. They are terrified that kids will save $150,000 by learning everything they need online, so education experts have trumpeted the value of the on-campus experience. Students are paying for classes they can’t attend. Administrators and professors get paid in full even though most refuse to come anywhere near their students.

Rush Limbaugh's Amazing Interview With President Trump

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Rush Limbaugh's interview with Trump on October 9, 2020 

Skip to 7 minutes into this video to hear Trump's description of the cocktail to cure him. 

The president repeatedly referred to an antibody cocktail he received from the company Regeneron as a "cure" for the novel coronavirus. No cure yet exists for the virus, and the Regeneron product is not widely available to the public.    Trump is looking to approve the drug for emergency use of the drug claiming it wiped out the virus. 

Trump discusses the "fake news" media and his hatred for the lack of support for his accomplishments. 

Trump also says that people in California vote 3 times and he thinks he will do very well in the election regardless.  Fake ballots and voter fraud! 



Twitter CEO Subpoena Over Blocking Content

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey subpoena

The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote to subpoena Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey next week to testify on allegations the company is stifling conservative viewpoints. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is leading the fight. He says Twitter blocked him from sharing a New York Post article about Hunter Biden.

The article alleged Hunter Biden introduced his dad, Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden, to Ukrainian officials. But Cruz says no one could share it on social media. “Suddenly Jack Dorsey and a handful of Silicon Valley billionaires are deciding that no criticism, no allegations, no evidence of corruption concerning Joe Biden are permissible,” Cruz said. “That is blatant election interference.”

“Facebook and Twitter have policies to not spread things that are utterly unreliable,” Coons said.  

Jack Dorsey CEO announced Twitter changed its policy Friday morning said in a tweet, “Straight blocking of URLs was wrong.”  This was likely pressure for lawsuits threatened.  

White House Chief Of Staff Warns Of Potential Lawsuit Against Tech Giants. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Monday suggested that the Trump administration would bring a lawsuit against the social media companies that have recently restricted and blocked news reports about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

 White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on Monday suggested that the Trump administration would bring a lawsuit against the social media companies that have recently restricted and blocked news reports about Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” Meadows said that the online platforms try to censor conservatives and suggested that if the story about Joe and Hunter Biden was about President Donald Trump and his family, tech companies would have not blocked the story.

The Chief of Staff’s comments come in the wake of a report by the New York Post alleging to have obtained emails from a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden. Many Democrats have claimed the story is an effort to discredit Joe Biden and an attempt by Russia to help elect Trump. So far, neither of the Bidens have denied the authenticity of the emails.

The threat of a lawsuit was also prompted by the actions Twitter took to lock Trump’s reelection campaign account last Thursday for trying to share the New York Post story.

Meadows said he has not received any intelligence suggesting that the Russians were involved in the emails being extracted from Hunter Biden’s laptop as Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has alleged.

Fauci is a Disaster

President Donald Trump on Monday unloaded on Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert, complaining that those working to curtail the coronavirus pandemic that has killed almost 220,000 Americans are all “idiots.”

“People are tired of COVID. I have these huge rallies. People are saying whatever. Just leave us alone. They’re tired of it. People are tired of hearing Fauci and all these idiots,” Trump said during a campaign call from his hotel in Las Vegas.

The president then called Fauci “a disaster” and lamented that he would receive lots of negative press if he fired the public-health expert because he is a “nice guy.”

“Fauci is a disaster. If I listened to him, we’d have 500,000 deaths,” he said, before later adding—baselessly—that it would be 700,000 or 800,000, after a weekend of rallies full of crowds that flouted Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines of social distancing and face-mask use. There is no evidence to suggest Fauci, or any other U.S. public-health official associated with the COVID-19 response, would be responsible for the hundreds of thousands of American deaths if in charge.



Why Won't The Fake News Cover The Hunter Biden Story?

New York Post Joe & Hunter Biden Story censored 

Up to now, the Democrats’ presidential nominee has gotten away with the fiction that he never talked to his son Hunter about Hunter’s suspect business dealings in Ukraine, China and elsewhere. The repeated claim was never credible, especially when it was revealed that Hunter flew on Air Force Two with his father to Beijing and came home with a $1.5 billion commitment from a Chinese bank for a new investment firm.

So they flew to China and back together and we’re supposed to believe the father never asked the son who he was seeing in China and why.

The Joe-knows-nothing defense has now been exposed as a lie by The Post’s publication of the e-mail from a Ukrainian adviser to Burisma, the energy firm that put Hunter on its board for up to $83,000 a month. In the e-mail, Vadym Pozharskyi thanked Hunter for setting up a meeting with then-Vice President Biden.

So Joe knew a lot and the public deserves the truth about what he did to help his son monetize the vice presidency. Still, my sense of where this story is going in the next few days is that the Ukraine angle will not be the main focus.

China will be. If the emerging pieces of the puzzle fit together as has been suggested, Americans will learn that the entire family was making money off Joe Biden’s prominence, including Joe himself, by making deals with elements of the Chinese government. 

Read also stories on DOJ Antitrust Google Lawsuit

Here is the full NY Post story

Read this story about Tony Bobulinski revealing details about Hunter & Joe Biden corruption. 

Facebook Bans Ads Questioning Safety Of COVID-19 Vaccines

Clearly, Mark Zuckerberg had enough of being dragged in front of Congress and hectored by a gang of senior citizens, and listening to the ACLU leader slam his business as a vessel for violent hate speech. Since Facebook has done a full 180 on its stance on speech, especially sensitive political speech, over the past few months. Apparently, Zuckerberg was shaken by his non-interventionist stance by declaring that during the last week of the campaign, FB would not allow new political advertising, and only yesterday by declaring that Facebook would clamp down on its site on holocaust deniers.

Salvos against QAnon and electoral disinformation have also been launched by the organization, thus taking an active approach to political advertisements and political material in general. 

And as global authorities try to persuade the public that, despite the expedited approval process, a potential COVID-19 vaccine would be safe to take, Facebook has agreed to give them a hand by deleting all material that allows users to refuse to take a vaccine. In a blog post published Tuesday, it set out the latest global agenda.

Facebook would draw the line and enable users who argue against "mandatory vaccination," a valid political stance the company said was (not a claim made in "poor faith" as some on the left insist), and post as usual. They quoted an instance of a Virginia state lawmaker who posted "STOP FORCED CORONAVIRUS VACCINATIONS."

Although the above advertising will be permissible under the new legislation, it will forbid advertisements that directly prevent people from taking vaccines by presenting the vaccines as ineffective or dangerous. 

"If a vaccine is specifically prevented by an ad that advocates for/against legislation or government policy, it will be refused," a CNBC spokesperson wrote. "That includes presenting vaccines as useless, ineffective, dangerous or unhealthy, describing vaccines for diseases as harmless, or as harmful or deadly ingredients in vaccines." 

Facebook also plans to push recommendations on how and when to get the flu vaccine for all individuals.

There is no coincidence with the timing. Analysts at Goldman Sachs wrote in a recent research note that confidence in the vaccine may be a significant obstacle to its eventual eradication. "We agree that the greatest obstacle will be to persuade the broad population to take the vaccine to effectively minimize the burden of disease and virus circulation to very low levels. Our basic case assumes such large acceptance, but this will probably entail a safe and very efficient vaccine, faith in the mechanism of approval and rollout, no out-of-pocket costs, and efficient public and community campaigns."

And news about JNJ 's recent halt was definitely not encouraging, especially because the public was still not aware of what was going on in the US with the halted AstraZeneca-Oxford trials. 

As we have noted, the decision of Facebook comes as Bill Gates challenges Trump's FDA's authority, and Kamala Harris tells the American people that she "will not take" a vaccine approved by Trump.

Throughout Africa, a host of other terribly paralyzing and debilitating diseases have been reported in vaccines developed by Gates but never tested on humans until used in Africa. 

This is India's medical study addressing the paralysis arising from the vaccinations of Gates, affecting 450,000 children and babies for life. This is why Gates was sued for his Crimes Against Humanity by India. The last page summarizes the damage sustained by 1/2 million young Indians. The remainder of the study is a very technical, accurate, and horrible medical report

Because of his Crimes Against Humanity carried out with his vaccines around the world, India, Russia and China have barred Gates from entering or using his vaccines for life.

Top 50 Largest School Districts Remote Learning Status

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New York City NY 960,484 9/21/2020 Remote learning only 9/21/2020

Los Angeles Unified CA 495,255 8/18/2020 Remote learning only 8/18/2020

City of Chicago (SD 299) IL 359,476 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Miami-Dade FL 350,434 8/31/2020 Remote learning only 8/31/2020

Clark County NV 330,225 8/24/2020 Remote learning only 8/24/2020

Puerto Rico Department Of Education PR 307,282 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Broward FL 270,978 8/19/2020 Remote learning only 8/19/2020

Hillsborough FL 220,252 8/24/2020 Remote learning only 8/24/2020

Houston ISD TX 209,772 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Orange FL 208,203 8/10/2020 Remote learning only 8/10/2020

Palm Beach FL 192,533 8/31/2020 Remote learning only 8/31/2020

Fairfax County VA 187,797 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Hawaii Department of Education HI 181,278 8/17/2020 Hybrid/Partial 8/17/2020

Gwinnett County GA 179,758 8/12/2020 Remote learning only 8/12/2020

Montgomery County MD 162,680 8/31/2020 Remote learning only 8/31/2020

Wake County NC 161,784 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Dallas ISD TX 155,119 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Charlotte-Mecklenburg NC 147,638 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Prince George's County Public Schools MD 132,657 8/31/2020 Remote learning only 8/31/2020

Philadelphia City PA 132,520 9/2/2020 Remote learning only 9/2/2020

Duval FL 130,229 8/20/2020 Hybrid/Partial 8/20/2020

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD TX 116,512 9/8/2020 Full in-person reopening available for all students 9/8/2020

Baltimore County Public Schools MD 113,814 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Shelby County TN 112,125 8/31/2020 Remote learning only 8/31/2020

Cobb County GA 111,854 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Northside ISD TX 106,501 8/24/2020 Remote learning only 8/24/2020

San Diego Unified CA 103,194 8/31/2020 Remote learning only 8/31/2020

Polk FL 101,408 8/24/2020 Full in-person reopening available for all students 8/24/2020

Pinellas FL 100,948 8/24/2020 Full in-person reopening available for all students 8/24/2020

DeKalb County GA 99,166 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Jefferson County KY 97,936 8/25/2020 Remote learning only 8/25/2020

Fulton County GA 94,491 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Lee FL 94,410 8/31/2020 Full in-person reopening available for all students 8/31/2020

Denver CO 92,039 8/24/2020 Remote learning only 8/24/2020

Prince William County VA 90,843 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Albuquerque NM 89,788 8/12/2020 Remote learning only 8/12/2020

Davidson County (Metro Nashville) TN 84,667 8/4/2020 Remote learning only 8/4/2020

Jefferson County School District NO. R-1 CO 84,646 8/24/2020 Remote learning only 8/24/2020

Fort Worth ISD TX 84,510 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Anne Arundel County Public Schools MD 83,300 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Loudoun Co Pblc Schs VA 81,906 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Alpine UT 81,715 8/18/2020 Full in-person reopening available for all students 8/18/2020

Austin ISD TX 80,032 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Katy ISD TX 79,913 8/19/2020 Remote learning only 8/19/2020

Baltimore City Public Schools MD 79,297 9/8/2020 Remote learning only 9/8/2020

Greenville, 01 SC 76,158 8/24/2020 Hybrid/Partial 8/24/2020

Fort Bend ISD TX 76,122 8/17/2020 Remote learning only 8/17/2020

Milwaukee WI 75,431 9/1/2020 Remote learning only 9/1/2020

Pasco County Schools FL 75,048 8/24/2020 Full in-person reopening available for all students 8/24/2020

Davis UT 74,289 8/25/2020 Hybrid/Partial 8/25/2020




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