90 Miles From Tyranny

Friday, May 29, 2020

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Of All The Tyrannies, This Is The Most Oppressive...



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...We Laugh At Honor And Are Shocked To Find Traitors In Our Midst..



What Is #ObamaGate?


Crisis Is The Rallying Cry Of The Tyrant...


Democrats Are Tyrants, They Love A Good Crisis...

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James Madison On People Power..

This Guy Almost Got His Head Crushed By This Boat!



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Amy Klobuchar Previously Declined to Prosecute Officer Involved in George Floyd’s Death






Her chances of getting the Vice presidential nod has just ended.

Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), as a Minnesota county prosecutor in the early 2000s, refused to prosecute the police officer now at the center of the controversy surrounding the death of George Floyd.

Klobuchar, who served as the chief legal officer of Hennepin County, Minnesota, before ascending to the United States Senate, declined to charge Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for his role in the shooting death of Wayne Reyes in October 2006.

Reyes allegedly “stabbed his girlfriend and a male friend,” before fleeing in his vehicle and setting off a chase by law enforcement, according to a report on police brutality from the Minneapolis-based Communities United Against Police Brutality.

Chauvin, who at the time had been on the Minneapolis police force since 1999, was one of six officers involved in the pursuit. When Reyes was eventually stopped, Chauvin and the other officers claimed he aimed a shotgun towards them in a threatening manner. Reyes’s alleged burnishing of the weapon resulted in all six officers opening fire and killing him.

The incident, which was reported by The Guardian on Thursday, elicited widespread concern among Minneapolis residents at the time of Reyes’s death for what was seen as too strong a use of force. As such, Klobuchar, who was running for the U.S. Senate at the time of the shooting, was pressured by the local black community in Minneapolis to...

Apparently Justice Is Rioting And Looting 2 TV's And A Microwave


This Isn't About Justice, This Is About Dividing America, And Guaranteeing Angry Voters.

I Would Not Be Surprised If They Started Pushing Mail-In Ballots In Order To Be Safe From The Riots...

Prestigious medical journal urges outpatient use of hydroxychloroquine regimen for COVID-19



'These medications need to be widely available and promoted immediately for physicians to prescribe,' the American Journal of Epidemiology says.

prestigious medical journal is criticizing news media coverage of hydroxychlorioquine in the battle against coronavirus, saying there is evidence the anti-malarial drug combined with the antibiotic azithromycin helps in the early stages of outpatient treatment.

"These medications need to be widely available and promoted immediately for physicians to prescribe," the American Journal of Epidemiology reported in an article published this week that pushed back against claims the regimen has been dangerous or ineffective in all cases.

"Hydroxychloroquine plus azithromycin has been widely misrepresented in both clinical reports and public media, and outpatient trials results are not expected until September," the journal noted, urging medical professionals and the public to recognize there are different stages of the disease that may require different treatments.

The article said the two candidate medications which have been widely reported - remdesivir and hydroxychloroquine plus azithromycin -- need to be looked at differently.

"Remdesivir has shown mild effectiveness in hospitalized inpatients, but no trials have been registered in outpatients," it said.

Meanwhile, the regimen with hydroxychloroquine has been the subject of five studies, including two controlled clinical trials, that "have demonstrated significant major...

Punch And Karen...




Why Is Nancy Pelosi Blocking A Wuhan Investigation?

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has made it clear she’s going to work very hard to pin the coronavirus pandemic on President Donald Trump.

Just don’t ask her to find out where the pandemic actually started.

Pelosi, as you may have heard, has put together a committee to oversee the Trump administration’s handling of the COVID-19 crisis. In a “Dear Colleague” letter, she assured everyone this was about ensuring the relief money was spent the way it was supposed to.

“We must make sure that the historic investment of taxpayer dollars made in the CARES Act is being used wisely and efficiently to help those in need, not be exploited by profiteers and price-gougers,” Pelosi wrote in the letter late last month, according to Politico.

However, you can probably tell where this whole thing is headed when you consider that each of the seven members she appointed to the committee were Democrats. The chairman, meanwhile, will be House Majority Whip James Clyburn, the South Carolina Democrat best known as the man who pretty much saved Joe Biden’s campaign by endorsing him before the South Carolina primary in February. No conflict of interest there whatsoever.

Just don’t ask Pelosi to join an investigation of the origins of the novel coronavirus.

According to GOP Rep. Guy Reschenthaler of Pennsylvania, his attempts to investigate a New York firm that sent money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology — potentially the source of the virus, according to some sources — have been stymied by Pelosi and House Democrats.

During an appearance on “Breitbart News Saturday” this weekend, Reschenthaler talked about a letter he sent to Secretary of Defense Mark Esper regarding a Pentagon grant that went to EcoHealth Alliance, which has given money to the Wuhan institute on a number of occasions. (It’s unclear whether the Pentagon grant went directly to the Wuhan institute.)

Another grant he talked about involved the National Institutes of Health (in particular the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, run by Dr. Anthony Fauci) giving money to the EcoHealth Alliance — which, in turn, gave some of that money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to research coronaviruses in...

All The Left's Heroes Are Mass Murderers...


MSNBC Reporter Claims “Protests” Aren’t “Unruly” as Building Literally Burns Behind Him





Look behind you!


The media’s bias in attempting to portray last night’s chaotic riots as a legitimate “protest” came to the fore when an MSNBC reporter said the demonstrations were not “unruly,” even as a building ferociously burned behind him.

Minneapolis was hit by its worst night of riots yet as what President Trump later described as “thugs” set a police precinct on fire as cops were forced to flee. The violent unrest spread to numerous other cities across the country.

What began as a protest has clearly turned into one of the most violent riots in modern American history, although you wouldn’t know it by watching MSNBC.



“I want to be clear on how I characterize this,” said reporter Ali Velshi while describing events on the ground. “This is mostly a protest. It is not generally speaking unruly.”

He said this while a building was being literally consumed by fire right behind...