7-Year-Old Boy In Georgia that MSM Claim Died “From COVID-19” actually Fell in the Shower, DOA on Arrival to Hospital, then Tested for COVID

It was widely reported in the last several days that, sometime within the past ten days to two weeks, a seven-year-old boy from Chatham County (the Savannah area), Georgia died “from COVID-19.

If the media didn’t say the child died “from COVID-19” they reported that he died “of COVID-19 or “of coronavirus.”

Even Fox News declared,

“A 7-year-old old boy from Savannah, Ga., with no underlying conditions, became the youngest victim to die from the coronavirus …”  (Emphasis mine.)

Like Fox News, virtually all of the media repeatedly reported that the child had “no underlying conditions.” 

Even my local radio station — repeating the deception every 30 minutes for hours on end — which, among other conservative programming, carries The Rush Limbaugh Show, helped perpetuate this latest example of Wuhan virus “fear porn.”

The AP — whose stories are often widely distributed in the media — did more accurately report that the boy died “with COVID-19.”  However, the AP went on to say,

“The boy had no other chronic health conditions, according to data released by the state[.] … The boy’s death comes amid nationwide debate about the risks that children face in getting infected or spreading the coronavirus, particularly as the school year begins.”

The implication is that schools should not reopen, fall sports should not be played, and America must remain in shutdown mode.  If not for our own sakes, we must do it “for the children!”  As is often the case with so many things when it comes to the Wuhan virus and the drive-by media, few things could be farther from the truth.

Mainstream media was not telling the whole story on this tragic episode.  Only WTOC reporter, Cyreia Sandlin, provided some crucial details on the seven-year-old’s death that the vast majority of the media have so far ignored:

NEW INFORMATION ON CHILD COVID DEATHWe have some new information about the youngest COVID related death thus far in…

Posted by WTOC Cyreia Sandlin on Friday, August 7, 2020

So it seems that the boy died not “from COVID-19,” but rather as the result of a seizure and a fall in the shower.  It seems that, prior to his death, the child had zero Wuhan virus symptoms, and that after he was pronounced dead, “a rapid test showed evidence of COVID-19 positivity.”

I don’t know about you, but I’ve followed the news and the science on this virus as closely as most anyone, and I have yet to hear any reports of the Wuhan virus causing seizures.  If this were the case — especially where children are concerned — it is a virtual guarantee that the media would have daily told us so.  It would seem that fair and accurate reporting of this incident would include all of the circumstances surrounding this terrible tragedy and that this is almost certainly another example of someone dying with the Wuhan virus and not from it.

All the media have done here is give us another reason not to trust them in this grave matter.

Source: ZeroHedge

Another part of the cover up is that the authorities refused to reveal the identity of the youth, perhaps to keep the true cause of death concealed. How do they know he had a seizure in the shower? He could have fallen in the shower for a number of reasons – particularly if he had no pre-existing conditions. Was this a convenient assumption to make the narrative possible?

Report: European Union paid €36.5 Million to Groups with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood

“Apparently, the EU has been funding front organizations with our tax Euros which have close ties to extremist, terror-related organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood”, said EU parliament budget committee member Joachim Kuhs (I&D). “This is a massive scandal, and must be stopped immediately.”

Every Player, Coach and Ref Takes a Knee During National Anthem of First NBA Game Back

Every single player, coach and ref took a knee during the National Anthem at the Pelicans-Jazz game on Thursday.

Every single member of Utah Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans wore a Black Lives Matter t-shirt and took a knee on the court in the NBA’s first game back.

“Black Lives Matter” was painted on the court in large glossy letters.

The NBA has made it clear that they not only support Communist China, they also support overt Marxists hell-bent on overthrowing the US government.

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In the meantime, the Orlando Magic’s Johnathan Isaac has become a new national sports hero as his jersey soared near the top top spot behind only LeBron James, after the player stood for the national anthem on their first game of the season.

Isaac, an ordained minister, later explained that as a Christian, and he does not feel it appropriate to take a knee during the anthem.

“I believe that Black Lives Matter. A lot went into my decision, and part of it is, I thought that kneeling or wearing the Black Lives Matter t-shirt doesn’t go hand-in-hand with supporting Black lives,” Issac said. “So I felt like, just me personally, what is that I believe is taking on a stance that, I do believe that Black lives matter, but I just felt like it was a decision that I had to make, and I didn’t feel like putting that shirt on and kneeling went hand in hand with supporting Black lives. I believe that for myself, my life has been supported by gospel, Jesus Christ, and everyone is made in the image of God and that we all forge through God’s glory. ”

Isaac received his team’s community service award in 2019. He has donated money to feed children affected by the coronavirus pandemic, led a Hurricane Dorian relief effort, and has raised money to help organizations promote literacy for children in Central Florida, the AP reported.

Unfortunately for basketball fans, Isaac tore his ACL and will end up sitting out the shortened 2020 season.

Source: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/07/every-player-coach-ref-takes-knee-national-anthem-jazz-pelicans-game-video/

YouTube Deletes Del Bigtree & “The HighWire”

(via Collective Evolution) YouTube will call it ‘not complying with community standards on COVID-19,’ but we all know their move to remove The HighWire is a move of censorship of information, under the guise of calling it mis-information.

What Happened: Like us here at CE, The HighWire has been questioning vaccine safety as well as COVID-19 over the past several years, and as of last night, YouTube decided delete The HighWire’s YouTube channel, which has more than 100,000 subscribers, without notice.

In a video released by Del Bigtree, he states:

“I actually think this is a moment for celebration, because as most of you know, especially those who have played sports, how do you know when you are winning? When the other team has no choice but to start cheating.”

I totally agree with his statement. Why would you have to censor content if it was obviously false? Why is the content of censored material never addressed, and instead only ridiculed?

Earlier this year I had a discussion with Del about their lawsuit against the CDC which came as the CDC refused to answer to FOIA (freedom of information act) requests from ICAN (Informed Consent Action Network) to show what studies the CDC uses to make the statement on their website that “vaccines don’t cause autism.”  The CDC did provided were studies showing, at best according to BigTree, how antigens within the MMR vaccines don’t cause autism, but they did not provide anything to meet the requirement ICAN had set forth.

ICAN’s strategy was to focus on vaccines given within the first 6 months of a baby’s life as per the standard schedule as this is when autism can start to be diagnosed. It should further be reiterated that ICAN asked for studies to show that the cumulative exposure to these vaccines, i.e. how they react together in the body, does not lead to autism. The studies provided did not seem to answer ICAN’s inquiry.

I wrote about this story here and was fact checked for it. Fact checkers claimed that our story was false and that the CDC provided a study to show the MMR vaccine doesn’t cause autism. What fact checkers left out was that this study only referred to the MMR vaccine, which ICAN did not even ask about. Also, fact checkers pointed to a study that actually concludes that vaccines cannot be ruled out in the onset of childhood autism.

“It can be argued that ASD with regression, in which children usually lose developmental skills during the second year of life, could be related to exposures in infancy, including vaccines; however, we found no association between exposure to antigens from vaccines during infancy and the development of ASD with regression.”

Is it possible that we are not being told thhe whole truth about vaccines? And big tech companies are compliant in keeping these truths out of the public eye?

In our journey, we have lost millions of dollars in revenue over the last 4 years due to the censorship of big tech companies and fact checkers. We have had to layoff many employees as a result, and our impact has dropped dramatically. We have gone from having 5 times the traffic of many mainstream news sources, to only reaching a few million people per month.

We have had content completed deleted and our name tarnished as journalists, all for telling a complete story about what is going on in our world, as opposed to a narrow view we know as ‘mainstream consensus.’

Luckily, we have not been all-out banned yet like The HighWire just was on YouTube, but we expect that day could come at any time.

This is why we have asked people to become members of CETV. This platform is how we have been able to keep up with supporting our work financially and it is where we post the majority of our exclusive video content and courses at this time.

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Patreon Loses Lawsuit With Owen Benjamin Fans, Likely To Pay Millions In Arbitration and Legal Fees

Patreon has lost a lawsuit they filed against fans of Owen Benjamin, a comedian kicked off the platform due to hate speech concerns, and now will have to pay millions in arbitration fees.

Last year, Owen Benjamin was kicked off of Patreon for violating their terms on “hate speech.” Benjamin then encouraged his fans to sue the site, given they had participated in, in legal terms, “tortious interference with a business relationship.”

Patreon’s terms included language that allowed any users of the plaltform to litigate their case individually under California’s JAMS arbitration scheme.

Under California law, Patreon would have to pay the arbitration fees up front, as each user would have to be dealt with on a one to one basis. These fees range from a few thousand dollars to over ten thousand dollars per case. It is unclear how many users intended to sue the platform.

However, Patreon then changed its Terms of Service in an attempt to stop this from happening after the claims were filed:

You may not bring a claim against us for suspending or terminating another person’s account, and you agree you will not bring such a claim. If you try to bring such a claim, you are responsible for the damages caused, including attorneys fees and costs.

Patreon then sued Benjamin’s backers for attempting to receive arbitration, and filed for a preliminary injunction to stop this from happening. However, earlier this month, the judge in the case ruled against them, noting that their changes of the Terms of Service was tantamount to them changing the rules “in the middle of the game.”

The formal judgement was revealed on Wednesday, with the ruling being solidly based on previous California legal findings. Patreon will now have to go through arbitration with each of the fans, and will not be able to recoup any of the fees, even if they win the individual cases.

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