Saturday, February 20, 2021

Liability protections essential for small businesses should be in coronavirus compromise

...It is unfortunate that a policy that could make such a critical difference for small businesses across the country is not unanimously supported.

It's unquestionable that small businesses are suffering badly. CNN recently reported that 10,000 restaurants in the United States are expected to close, and 17% of the total restaurants in the country have closed already. Temporary closures are becoming permanent. Some businesses are even resorting to establishing GoFundMe pages in hopes of collecting enough donations to survive. While these statistics make clear how small businesses are struggling, it is impossible to quantify the damage done to the families who have spent generations of hard work to build a successful business. Or the entrepreneurs who took the risk to create something for themselves, only to have it all torn out from underneath them due to no fault of their own....

At the very least, Congress could provide businesses with the assurance that they will not be forced to close their doors due to fighting costly, frivolous lawsuits. And reasonable liability protections could provide them that. These protections should be for those businesses who implemented precautions that keep their employees and customers safe and who worked hard to abide by constantly changing local, state, and federal regulations.

No one is asking for bad actors to be protected, but businesses that are working hard to protect their customers and employees while trying to stay afloat deserve the certainty of knowing that an unfounded lawsuit won’t put them out of business for good. Leaders of both parties, including Sens. Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell and Reps. Nancy Pelosi and Kevin McCarthy, need to come together and get this done.

Other countries are now reporting on Joe’s obvious dementia

‘They Want Their Babysitters Back’ Entire California school board resigned after video of them mocking parents was leaked to the public

Pregnant Women: Beware of COVID Shots

Pregnant Women: Beware of COVID Shots - Michelle Malkin

...Yes, let’s be clear and accurate in our description of the COVID-19 vaccines. They are wholly experimental treatments manufactured and marketed by multinational corporations that are immune from liability for their products being tested, approved and distributed at warp speed. An important white paper by America’s Frontline Doctors reminds citizens that COVID-19 vaccines manufactured by Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca are considered “investigational” in status and fall under legal standards for experimental medications. The trials are ongoing and enrollees are tracked for at least the next two years. “We do not know the effect on the pregnant or soon to be pregnant,” Gold and her colleagues report. “There is no actual data at all for an enormous percentage of the population, probably more than half.”

On top of all that uncertainty and lack of data, the “mechanism of action of the experimental mRNA vaccines includes a possible auto-immune rejection of the placenta. In layman’s terms, the vaccine may permanently interfere with a woman’s ability to maintain a pregnancy.” In fact, as the labeling on COVID-19 vaccine vials itself acknowledges: “(I)t is unknown whether COVID-19 mRNA VaccineBNT162b2 has an impact on fertility. And women of childbearing age are advised to avoid pregnancy for at least two months after their second dose.”

Nevertheless, Dr. Anthony Fauci is now downplaying the risks of COVID-19 jab complications in pregnant women and claims there are “no red flags...”

Not much holds Biden's coalition together now that Trump is gone.

Friday, February 19, 2021

Rush Limbaugh was one of the finest human beings that you would ever want to meet. A generous, wonderful, beautiful spirit, humble, a gentleman, always...”

Poland spent 45 years under communism... it taught us the value of free speech


Gavin Newsom has a strategy to ensure there’s no recall vote.

...The petition “Rescue California” has gathered over 1.5 million signatures, enough to qualify to put his recall up for a vote; but the State of California is poised to go into overdrive to throw out signatures that do not match exactly.

Local NBC affiliate KCRA 3 provides a stunning update on the number of votes that have qualified thus far:
On Tuesday, KCRA 3 called each of the 58 county registrar’s offices. We heard back from 45 of them. Based on KCRA 3’s independent reporting, as of Wednesday, a total of 1,020,165 signatures had been submitted. However, only 560,364 are valid.

It’s important to note: KCRA 3 did not get current totals from some large counties like Los Angeles County. We can anticipate the total number of valid signatures to increase.

The effort needs more than 1.4 million signatures to get the recall petition on the ballot. Signatures can be submitted until March 17.

If the rate of 55% conversion does not increase, it would represent a major boondoggle.

California’s suddenly renewed interest in strict signature-matching when it comes to the Newsom recall petition contrasts with its comparatively low 0.6% ballot rejection rate in the 2020 election:...

(Grenell said:) “The state of California is controlled by a whole bunch of Democrats. One-party rule, they are going to go through every single signature we have and throw out ones. The verification process is going to be unlike anything we’ve ever seen,” Grenell said. “We still have a long way to go to gather signatures to put this on the ballot because they are going to play games. They already are. So I would just say we got to keep focused on getting rid of Gavin Newsom.


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