So forget everything you have been told thus far as the CDC has changed their stance again when it comes to Covid-19. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, you are now allowed to be around a large gathering of people, who you may be in line with for up to 2 hours in order to vote, while you are infected with Covid-19.
“Voters have the right to vote, regardless of whether they are sick or in quarantine,” the CDC wrote on its website.
As reported in the Daily Caller:
The CDC, which urges quarantine or isolation for coronavirus-positive individuals and those who believe they have come into contact with someone who has the virus, wrote that there is an exception for people trying to vote on Tuesday. The CDC said voters with COVID-19 should wear a mask and inform people working at the polling centers that they are sick, among other precautions.
“Voters who are sick or in quarantine should take steps to protect poll workers and other voters,” according to the CDC. “This includes wearing a mask, staying at least 6 feet away from others, and washing your hands or using hand sanitizer before and after voting.”
“You should also let poll workers know that you are sick or in quarantine when you arrive at the polling location. Check with local authorities for any additional guidance,” the website reads.
The CDC also prepared a list of precautions for non-coronavirus positive voters on Election Day. These include having someone take care of loved ones, being prepared before arriving to a voting location and washing your hands often.
It’s interesting that the entire country is under strict lockdowns because of CDC advisement, but now they are saying it’s OK for infected people to be around large crowds in order to vote in person. Isn’t that what the whole mail-in ballot push was for?
Frontline Doctors Summit: Surgeon Explains Mask Science vs. Myth
Dr. Lee Merritt, a fellowship-trained orthopedic spinal surgeon gave a compelling presentation at this weekend’s America’s Frontline Doctors White Coat Summit where she outlined both the science and myths behind masks.
From explaining what doctors are taught in medical school about mask use to the ineffectiveness behind the face coverings for COVID-19 prevention, Merritt torpedoes the arguments by government doctors like Anthony Fauci (NIH) and Robert Redfield (CDC).
Watch the presentation that is bound to make Dr. Fauci’s head spin above.
Whoa: Dems Angry after Pelosi Rejects Trump’s $1.8 Trillion COVID Relief Offer
After President Trump offered Democrats a $1.8 Trillion coronavirus relief package which included $1,200 stimulus checks and expanded unemployment benefits, House Speaker Pelosi swiftly rejected the deal prompting a backlash from members of her own party.
The Daily Mail points out:
Andrew Yang, a former presidential candidate, tweeted on Saturday: ‘Nancy Pelosi take this deal! Put politics aside people are hurting.’
Dan Pfeiffer, the co-host of the left-leaning podcast ‘Pod Save America’, tweeted: ‘While there are potential risks, Democrats should aggressively pursue a COVID Relief deal with Trump.
‘It’s the right thing to do, but politics can also work in our favor.’
California Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna wrote on Twitter: ‘People in need can’t wait until February,
‘1.8 trillion is significant & more than twice the Obama stimulus. It will allow Biden to start with infrastructure.
‘Obama won in 08 by doing the right thing on TARP instead of what was expedient. Make a deal & put the ball in McConnell court.’
In an email to Democrat colleagues, Pelosi explains that she rejected the plan because it didn’t include a strategy to “crush the virus.”
‘This proposal amounted to one step forward, two steps back,’ Pelosi wrote.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin along with White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows agreed to continue talks with Schumer and Pelosi in order to reach an agreement on the relief bill.
With so many not able to work or properly run their businesses because of strict lockdowns, especially in Democrat-controlled cities and states, this rejection of a relief package by Pelosi is another slap in the face by hypocritical Democrats.
The American people deserve a better House Speaker than an out-of-touch hypocrite who rejects deals to help the country and then gets to go home to their ivory tower where they enjoy their $13-a-pint ice cream from a $24,000 refrigerator.