Coronavirus Vaccine May Be Developed by September, Says Oxford Professor

A vaccine for the deadly Chinese coronavirus could be at least five months away. Professor of vaccinology at the University of Oxford Sarah Gilbert has been working seven days a week with her team to develop a vaccine for the new pathogen that came out of China in December. Hoping to start human trials within the … Continue reading Coronavirus Vaccine May Be Developed by September, Says Oxford Professor

UK Health Secretary: Too Soon to Say If Peak of Pandemic Has Passed

LONDON (AP) — British Health Secretary Matt Hancock says it is too soon to determine whether the peak of coronavirus infections in the country has passed. That’s despite data suggesting that the rate of increase in the number of people being hospitalised with the Covid-19 disease is levelling out. Hancock tells BBC radio that the … Continue reading UK Health Secretary: Too Soon to Say If Peak of Pandemic Has Passed

Expert Predicts Coronavirus ‘Tragedy’ in Sweden as Deaths Increase

A Swedish infectious medicine professor has predicted the country may be headed towards “tragedy” as Chinese coronavirus fatalities surge, with old people’s homes accounting for a quarter of all deaths. Björn Olsen, Professor of Infectious Medicine at the University of Uppsala, said that he fully expects the situation in Sweden to get much worse in … Continue reading Expert Predicts Coronavirus ‘Tragedy’ in Sweden as Deaths Increase

Khan’s London: Short Prison Term for Man Who Coughed on Police, Said He Wanted Them to Infect Their Children

A man has been given a short prison sentence for coughing on police officers, threatening to spit on them, and saying he hoped to infect them with coronavirus and that the virus would spread to their children. 41-year-old Michael Gray, of Ingatestone Road in South London, was approached by two police constables on Upper Tulse Hill … Continue reading Khan’s London: Short Prison Term for Man Who Coughed on Police, Said He Wanted Them to Infect Their Children

Five Star Movement Members Threaten to Collapse Italian Government

Discontented members of the Five Star Movement (M5S) have threatened to pull the plug on the leftist coalition government over their resort to the use of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM). The M5S members have opposed the prospective deal reached by European Union (EU) member states to aid Italy amid the Chinese coronavirus outbreak, which … Continue reading Five Star Movement Members Threaten to Collapse Italian Government

TX Gov. Abbott: I’ll Issue Executive Order Next Week on Safe Reopening of Businesses

During a press conference on Friday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) announced that he will issue an executive order next week “talking about what will be done in Texas about reopening Texas businesses also in a way that will be safe for that economic revitalization.” Abbott said, “Next week, I will be providing an executive … Continue reading TX Gov. Abbott: I’ll Issue Executive Order Next Week on Safe Reopening of Businesses

Maher: ‘We Should Blame China’ for Coronavirus, ‘Not Racist’ to Say Eating Bats Is ‘Crazy’

On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that China should be blamed for the coronavirus and criticized those who claim that calling the virus the Chinese virus is racist. Maher began by listing examples of diseases that are named after where they were discovered before wondering, “So why should China get … Continue reading Maher: ‘We Should Blame China’ for Coronavirus, ‘Not Racist’ to Say Eating Bats Is ‘Crazy’

Jeff Sessions: We’ve Got to Stand Up to the ‘China Lobby’

Many are willing to acknowledge from this point forward that Mainland China should be held responsible for its inaction and lack of transparency in dealing with the initial stages of the spread of the COVID-19/coronavirus, but should we hold those accountable that allowed for China to practice risky behaviors up until this point? The answer … Continue reading Jeff Sessions: We’ve Got to Stand Up to the ‘China Lobby’

Newsom: Trump Has Met ‘Every Single Direct Request That He Was Capable of Meeting’

During an interview aired on Friday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) complimented President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus by stating that the president has met every “direct request” that California has made that the president could have met. Newsom said, “Every single direct request that he was capable of meeting, he … Continue reading Newsom: Trump Has Met ‘Every Single Direct Request That He Was Capable of Meeting’

Virginia Governor Announces Signing of Extreme Abortion Bill on Good Friday

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) announced on Good Friday that he signed into law a bill his new Democrat majority rushed to approve, one that repeals most restrictions on abortion in the state. Northam minimized the extremity of the Reproductive Health Protection Act, referring in a press release to the restrictions on abortion that are … Continue reading Virginia Governor Announces Signing of Extreme Abortion Bill on Good Friday

Donald Trump Jokes: Dr. Anthony Fauci Could Beat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a Primary

President Donald Trump joked on Friday at the White House that Dr. Anthony Fauci was so popular, he could beat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a primary if he ran for office. “I told Tony Fauci, I said, why don’t you move to New York, run against AOC. You will win easily,” Trump said, noting that … Continue reading Donald Trump Jokes: Dr. Anthony Fauci Could Beat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a Primary

Surgeon General Jerome Adams: Most of the U.S. Won’t Be Ready to Open by May 1

Appearing Friday on Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom, U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams predicted that most of the United States will not be able to re-open for business by May 1. (Watch from 2:00) A partial transcript is as follows:  ED HENRY: On that question about re-opening the country, re-opening the economy, Dr. Fauci said this … Continue reading Surgeon General Jerome Adams: Most of the U.S. Won’t Be Ready to Open by May 1

Meeks: Voting Reform for 2020 Election ‘Has to Be’ in Next Bill

During an interview on MSNBC on Friday, Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-NY) stated that voting reform “has to be” in the next coronavirus bill. Host Joy Reid asked, “Is it going to be possible for Democrats to get voting reform for this November election into the next bill?” Meeks responded, “It has to be. It’s disgusting, … Continue reading Meeks: Voting Reform for 2020 Election ‘Has to Be’ in Next Bill

Abortion Funding, Surveillance, Mail-in Voting: Progressives Unveil Wish List for Next Coronavirus Stimulus Bill

Increased abortion funding. Stimulus checks for illegals. Permanent housing guarantees. Mail-in voting for elections. Minimum wage hikes and more union access. The large-scale release of imprisoned criminals. An extensive national disease surveillance program. These are just some of the far-left, Big Government proposals being peddled by influential progressive organizations for Democrats to include in the … Continue reading Abortion Funding, Surveillance, Mail-in Voting: Progressives Unveil Wish List for Next Coronavirus Stimulus Bill

Illegal Aliens Arrested for Crimes Against Women, Children Seek Release

Illegal aliens with long criminal records, including arrests for crimes against women and children, are now asking a federal judge in Bristol County, Massachusetts, to release them into the United States in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis. Ten illegal aliens in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody may be released by U.S. District … Continue reading Illegal Aliens Arrested for Crimes Against Women, Children Seek Release

Colorado Baker Sued Again, This Time for Refusing ‘Gender Transition’ Cake

Jack Phillips, the baker who was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding because of his religious conscience, was back in court on Thursday, this time for turning down a request for a “gender transition” cake. The first lawsuit against Phillips, who owns Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado, worked its way up to … Continue reading Colorado Baker Sued Again, This Time for Refusing ‘Gender Transition’ Cake

Nikki Haley: Trump ‘Needs to Let His Experts Speak’ During Coronavirus Briefings

Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley says President Trump “needs to let his experts speak” during daily White House briefings on the Chinese coronavirus crisis. During an interview, Haley suggested Trump give more speaking time to health experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx — both of whom speak on a daily basis … Continue reading Nikki Haley: Trump ‘Needs to Let His Experts Speak’ During Coronavirus Briefings

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler: China Co-Opts U.S.-Funded Institutions Like WHO

China co-opts U.S.-funded international organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO) — an arm of the United Nations (U.N.) — as part of its geopolitical strategy, explained Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA), explaining his legislative proposal to conditionally defund the WHO. On Tuesday, Reschenthaler introduced a resolution to withhold funding from the WHO until the resignation … Continue reading Rep. Guy Reschenthaler: China Co-Opts U.S.-Funded Institutions Like WHO

Reporter Challenges Surgeon General’s Use of Expression ‘Big Momma’

Surgeon General Jerome Adams spoke to people of color on Friday, urging them to follow safety guidelines to stop the spread of the coronavirus. “Do it for your Abuela, do it for your Grandaddy, do it for your Big Momma, do it for your Pop Pop,” he said. That language immediately triggered PBS reporter Yamiche … Continue reading Reporter Challenges Surgeon General’s Use of Expression ‘Big Momma’

Report: DHS Warns Coronavirus Pandemic ‘Stressors’ May Prompt Attacks on Houses of Worship 

“Stressors” caused by the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic may trigger an increase in attacks on houses of worship once faith-based services resume, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security cautioned in a letter obtained by Politico this week. The author of the letter, Brian Harrell, assistant director for infrastructure security at DHS, reportedly acknowledged that the … Continue reading Report: DHS Warns Coronavirus Pandemic ‘Stressors’ May Prompt Attacks on Houses of Worship 

PHOTOS: NYC Increases Burials in Public Cemetery Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

New York City has increased burials from one day a week to five days a week in the potter’s field on Hart Island, as the city’s death toll from the coronavirus pandemic continues to mount. Due to mounting coronavirus deaths and dwindling morgue space, New York City has shortened the amount of time it will hold … Continue reading PHOTOS: NYC Increases Burials in Public Cemetery Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Alec Baldwin to Trump Supporters: ‘Don’t Bother Voting. Stay Home’

Left-wing actor Alec Baldwin took to Twitter on Friday and told supporters of President Donald Trump to “just stay home” on Election Day. “I’ve got some voting advice for many of you struggling Trump voters. I picked it up from Trump himself,” Baldwin bloviated. “Just stay home. You know, in your heart, that he is an … Continue reading Alec Baldwin to Trump Supporters: ‘Don’t Bother Voting. Stay Home’

Federal Data: 16.4M Mail-In Ballots Went Missing in 2016, 2018 Elections

About 16.4 million mail-in ballots went missing in the 2016 and 2018 elections, data provided to Breitbart News reveals. The data from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and the Election Administration and Voting Surveys for 2016 and 2018, provided by the Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), shows that between the 2016 and 2018 elections, roughly … Continue reading Federal Data: 16.4M Mail-In Ballots Went Missing in 2016, 2018 Elections

Venezuelans Break Quarantine to Demand Water

Demonstrations broke out in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas on Thursday demanding better access to food and gasoline, in violation of the country’s nationwide quarantine in response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. Motorists in the commercial district of Las Mercedes blocked the road after their local Texaco petrol station ran out of fuel, while cars and motorcycles … Continue reading Venezuelans Break Quarantine to Demand Water

Newborns in Thailand Receive Coronavirus Face Shields at Birth

Infants born in and around Bangkok are being fitted with mini face shields as an extra protective measure against the Wuhan coronavirus. Other hospitals in Thailand are doing the same, reports revealed this week. Staff at Praram 9 Hospital in Bangkok said they implemented the practice “because safety is our utmost concern” in a Facebook … Continue reading Newborns in Thailand Receive Coronavirus Face Shields at Birth

VIDEO: Generous Teen Buys Groceries for Elderly Man Struggling to Pay Bill

A teenager in Georgetown, Tennessee, is being praised for making sure an elderly man got the groceries he needed recently. When Layne McKeel received his disability check in the mail last week, he decided to stock up on food since he was unable to leave his house, much due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to WBIR. … Continue reading VIDEO: Generous Teen Buys Groceries for Elderly Man Struggling to Pay Bill

Pop-Up Food Pantry in California Draws Mile-Long Line of Cars During Coronavirus Pandemic

A pop-up food pantry in Southern California drew so many people on Thursday that the line of cars of people clamoring for groceries spanned a mile, as organizers, who were equipped to provide food to 2,500 families, distributed the goods. Hundreds of people showed up to gather goods from a pop-up food pantry in Southern California … Continue reading Pop-Up Food Pantry in California Draws Mile-Long Line of Cars During Coronavirus Pandemic