God comes first and medical tyrants come last. God bless and protect † Bolsonaro †.

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Emboldened by billionaire Elon Musk, a cadre of wealthy tech investors and venture capitalists is pushing for an end to shelter-in-place orders, arguing the harm of the quarantines outweighs the benefits and even equating the measures to forced detention. Musk railed against the widespread shelter-in-place orders on his electric car company Tesla's earnings call Wednesday, using harsh language and profanities to describe orders he characterized as "fascist" and as "forcibly imprisoning" people in their homes. By Thursday, Musk was doubling down - sharing links to articles supporting his position and amplifying the posts of venture capitalists and tech investors who agreed with him. "Time to free us for the sake of progress," wrote investor Adam Draper, managing director of the firm Boost VC, in a post retweeted by Musk. To support the idea of getting back to work before shelter-in-place orders are over, Draper cited a widely read essay by prominent investor and Facebook board member Marc Andreessen called "It's Time to Build," but Andreessen's argument was more about a return to investing in infrastructure and ambitious projects. His firm, Andreessen Horowitz, recently closed its second fund to invest in cryptocurrency. "Elon Musk is a national treasure," Andreessen said through a spokesperson. Jason Calacanis, an early investor in numerous companies including Uber, wrote that the decision to remain home should be left to individuals. "People already have this right, the government is simply lobbying folks to stay home, but they can't keep them there," he said on Twitter, another post Musk retweeted. Tesla investor Ross Gerber also joined Musk in critiquing the orders following the CEO's missive, pressing California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, on the side effects...

Elon's solution must have something to do with AI.

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Hundreds of protesters, many carrying firearms, have stormed the Michigan Capitol

I guess Antifa stayed at home, somehow there is nothing fascist with "stay-at-home" orders.

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The head of the emergency department at a Manhattan hospital committed suicide after spending days on the front lines of the coronavirus battle, her family said Monday.

How did she commit suicide? If she used the virus then she is a hero but most unlikely; I never heard of anybody committing suicide with a virus.

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In the months prior to the most ferocious stock market crash in history and the eruption of the biggest public health crisis of our generation, we witnessed the

The coronavirus problem will never end until the Globalist fall or have absolute power

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Steve Hilton called on Dr. Anthony Fauci and other top U.S. health officials to provide some insight into many of the unanswered questions surrounding the federal government's public health strategy to contain the coronavirus, and questioned the latest decision to close U.S. schools and universities in an attempt to stop the spread of the outbreak.

Drug addicts need to worry?

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Scott Dowell, the head of the coronavirus response team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, told The Seattle Times the lab conducting the tests will initially be able to analyze 400 samples per day.

Bill said a pandemic can solve a lot of problems.

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On the claim that "Michael Bloomberg spent enough on his campaign to give every American $1 million."

Fake news by almost a million times over.

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Exclusive photos obtained by DailyMail.com show that Karyna Shuliak, who is in her 30s and from Belarus, knew Epstein as far back as 2015. She was seen leaving his NYC mansion several times.

Epstein's final phone call was to his "private sex slave" dentist to "destroy dental records of his sex slaves in case the FBI found the skeletons".

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Trump rally in Brazil, please?

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