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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan says the city will vaccinate 5,000 residents a day when Covid-19 mRNA vaccines become available in December.

Duggan said the process will be a huge undertaking, but he's confident they will vaccinate all residents. "To get the vaccinations out we're going to have to vaccinate 5,000 a day just in Detroit," Duggan said, according to the Detroit News.

"You think about the city of Detroit with 700,000 people. If you were able to vaccinate 5,000 a day, you're still talking three or four months," Duggan said.

He said large city structures such as the TCF Center and large parking structures will be used to do large-scale vaccinations during the winter months.

A new study shows two-thirds of all Detroit residents say they will not take the vaccine -- even if it’s free.

According to the study, nearly two-thirds of Detroiters say they are unlikely to get the coronavirus vaccine.

The numbers are higher among the Black and Hispanic communities, where nearly 80% say there is no chance they will take the vaccine.

Health experts who authored the study blame the hesitation on a longstanding mistrust of the U.S. government.

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The federal government is so eager to get people to line up for its Covid-19 mRNA vaccinations that it is considering paying $1,500 per man, woman and child to get the vaccine.

The government is aware that Black people in particular are uneasy about taking vaccine shots.

So the feds are linking the vaccinations to $1,500 stimulus checks in hopes that people will stop resisting and get in line for the money.

While vaccine manufacturers claim their vaccines are highly efficacious, they acknowledge that most people are wary of an mRNA vaccine being developed in under a year. Most vaccines take 3-5 years to develop safely after undergoing rigorous clinical testing.

The FDA has never approved an mRNA vaccine for human use in history. That's another reason why Americans are shying away from taking the vaccine.

The federal government rarely pays Americans to take vaccinations.

"Trying to pay people to take the vaccine suggests there's something wrong with the vaccine," Arthur Caplan, a bioethics professor at the New York University Grossman School of Medicine, told Healthline. "It's not going to address their suspicions and doubts. It's going to inflame them."

Question: Will you take the vaccine for $1,500?

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While the rest of you observed Corona rules on Thanksgiving, rapper Cardi B held a massive Thanksgiving throw down at her Atlanta area home without masks or social distancing.

Cardi has apologized after sparking public backlash by hosting dinner for nearly 40 people on Thanksgiving.

The "WAP" star took to Twitter to reveal she hosted "12 kids and 25 adults over the holidays", adding: "It was lit!"

Her tweet caused controversy among her followers on the social media site. Particularly upsetting to her followers was a video that showed maskless guests doing the "Electric Slide" and other dances.

One person wrote: "I can promise you it's not worth it to everyone else who is affected by your poor choices aka the healthcare workers who you will run to when you’re sick."
 

Another wrote: "Sis I love you but anyone behaving this way during a pandemic deserves to be dragged."

Following the backlash, Cardi returned to Twitter to apologize, writing: "Sorry my bad wasn't trying to make nobody feel bad. I just had my family in my home for the first time and it felt so good & uplifted me [sic].

"I spent soo much money getting every1 tested but it felt worth it. I wasnt trying to offend no1."

She later added: "People be trying tooo hard to be offended. I wonder how they survive the real world (laughing crying emoji)."

The "Bodak Yellow" rapper served roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, cheese grits, ham, and other delicacies all smothered in gravy.

Question: How was your Thanksgiving? What did you serve?
 

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As most Americans emerge from their homes after living in fear of Covid-19, Bill Gates is planning for the next pandemic in three years.

The Microsoft founder -- who does not have a medical degree -- revealed on his podcast his prediction that another pandemic will hit America in three years -- just in time to impact the 2024 presidential elections.

Gates said he believes another pandemic is "inevitable" in an increasingly globalized world in 10-15 years, but "we must assume it could be 3 years from now," he said.

He didn't say if the next pandemic will also originate in a lab in China.

Gates and Dr. Anthony Fauci "predicted" the current Covid-19 pandemic in 2017.

Gates' critics believe Covid-19 was "planned" to affect the 2020 election and to fight climate change by forcing Americans to wear masks permanently (less C02 exhaled into the air) and more employees working from home (less carbon emissions from cars).

Dr. Fauci declared Americans will still wear face masks even if they take the Covid-19 vaccine.

He said the US should tackle climate change with the "same sense of urgency" as the coronavirus pandemic. Gates has said Covid-19 is "awful", but climate change is even worse.

The software developer spent a decade "investigating" climate change, and he believes the long-term effects of Covid-19 on the American way of life will substantially curb climate change by reducing harmful carbon emissions.

He predicts that business travel will permanently fall by over 50% in a post-Covid world and more employees will work from home -- thus decreasing time spent in their cars by at least 30%.

"We will continue to go to the office and we will continue to do business trips, but much less," he said.

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4 million travelers passed through the nation's airports since Saturday on their way to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families.

The TSA screened 917,354 people at airports across the country on Monday. Security screenings at U.S. airports surpassed 2 million over the weekend, as people ignored the CDC's warnings to avoid traveling over the holiday.

It's a far cry from earlier this year when Americans were terrified to leave their homes amid the news media's daily doom and gloom Covid-19 reports.

Mainstream cable news outlets saw drastic drops in TV ratings as millions of viewers fled to alternate news stations such as Newsmax and One America News (OAN) who don't obsess over Covid-19 statistics.

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Among the well-heeled travelers were Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez who sparked outrage on social media when they shared this Instagram.com photo of their luxurious accommodations on their private jet.

Dr. Anthony Fauci ramped up his usual fear mongering, warning that 43,000 Americans will die with Covid-19 between now and Christmas.

Long lines formed outside health clinics in New York City as hundreds waited for 6-12 hours to get tested before traveling.

But NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned that a negative test does not mean New Yorkers can stop wearing masks or social distancing.

De Blasio set up "checkpoints" around the city to catch people violating his strict quarantine orders over Thanksgiving.

Violators may face fines of $1,000 to $2,000, the mayor's office has said.
 

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Airports nationwide saw a spike in travel ahead of Thanksgiving, despite warnings from the Centers for Disease Control not to travel this holiday season.

Security screenings at U.S. airports surpassed 2 million over the weekend, as travelers chose to ignore the CDC's warnings to avoid traveling over the holiday.

On Saturday, just under 1 million people flew -- the highest number of travelers since March, but less than half of last year's number, MSN reports.

At Logan Airport, vending machines dispensed disposable masks, latex gloves and infrared thermometers.

"We did a COVID test. We turned out negative. We're bringing hand sanitizers with the wipes. We are disinfecting everything," said Estefania Krause, according to MSN News.

Other travelers say the airlines are taking precautions, so they are living their lives.

"All the airlines seem to be doing the good precautions, so we're trying to play it safe. Just live our lives, as well," said traveler Jon Love.
 

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California's authoritarian governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday issued another stay-at-home order affecting 94% of the state starting on Saturday, Nov. 21.

Gatherings and nonessential work are prohibited between 10 pm and 5 am in 41 out of 58 counties until December 21.

Sheriff's offices in Orange County, El Dorado County, and Sacramento say they will not enforce Newsom's latest lockdown order.

OC Sheriff Don Barnes released a statement Thursday evening saying his office has better things to do than respond to calls about face masks and social gatherings.

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Californians are sick and tired of Newsom's orders -- which he and his do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do Democratic colleagues willfully ignore.

Newsom was spotted dining out with 11 of his friends at a Napa County restaurant on Nov. 6, with nary a mask in sight. The group did not follow any of his Covid-19 safety measures, including social distancing and face masks between bites.

The public backlash to the leaked photos of Newsom and his maskless friends was so intense that Newsom issued an apology and claimed he and his guests were dining "outside."

Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson said the pandemic is "the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public."

"There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians, it's outrageous, this is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public," said Hodkinson during a Zoom call with Alberta government officials this week.

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The "Great Reset" is a term that is being mentioned with increasing frequency by business leaders, politicians and globalists.

You may have heard reporters referring to it in relation to Covid-19. But what does it mean?

Canada's Justin Trudeau recently called the Covid-19 pandemic a perfect "opportunity" to initiate the "Great Reset".

According to Brandon Smith, author at Alt-Market.us, the Great Reset is a multi-tiered plan to ultimately control the world economy and create a cashless society by using the so-called pandemic as a rational for restrictive lockdowns and forced mask mandates to control human behavior.

Food lines are getting longer and unemployment benefits have run out. People who are hungry and desperate are more willing to submit to government control.

The Great Reset will be followed by a slow re-opening of the economy and stricter control of human behavior.

Developed countries will shift to a cashless society (no more rappers holding large stacks of cash to their ears). Money will be Digital, fully controlled and fully traceable.

Globalists hope cashless societies will create "shared equality" between people who willingly give up their rights to property ownership.

Travel will be restricted to those who carry digital wallets or chips that prove they were vaccinated or have immunity.

Over time, citizens will become acclimated to government intrusion in their everyday lives and being told when to do basic things such as going to work or to school (that's already happening now).

As globalist Gideon Lichfield from MIT stated in his article 'We're Not Going Back To Normal': in order to return to a normal economy, people will need to be "vaccinated against the latest virus strains."

That means there will be more Corona strains in the future, and the restrictions that are being forced on us now will likely continue forever.

Meanwhile, the politicians who are forcing the Great Reset on us are living their lives as if there is no pandemic.

Fox 11 News in Los Angeles obtained exclusive photos of California governor Gavin Newsome dining with 11 of his friends at a Napa, California restaurant on November 6, 2020. No one wore masks and they sat shoulder to shoulder at a table.

Another diner, outraged by Newsome's increasingly intrusive restrictions on her life, took the photos and submitted them to Fox11.

Following the backlash, Newsome apologized for his “mistake," and he claimed he and his dinner guests were seated "outside".

Meanwhile, the news media (who take their orders from globalists) continue to stoke fear by reporting "surging Covid-19 cases" while ignoring the fact that thousands of people are dying from the seasonal flu.

Americans are fed up with the lies and have begun to fight back.

In California and New York, local sheriffs are refusing to comply with governor's orders to restrict travel and force lockdowns.

Over 100 protesters showed up outside the NY governor's mansion on Wednesday night to demonstrate against Cuomo's lockdowns, shuttered businesses and school closings.

Citizens in the UK and Germany are also resisting the tyrannical control over their lives.

They say the threat of losing their freedom, their rights and their property is a greater risk than a virus that kills less than 99.94% of people who contract it.

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A new study suggests people who work from home are becoming more racist than their counterparts who still drive to work every morning.

The new study, conducted by polling company Survation, warns that people are living in a bubble and without social mixing between different cultures, religions and ethnic groups, people are more apt to become racist and intolerant to others.

In the United States, over 50% of the workforce continue to work from home amid the daily news reports of spikes in positive coronavirus tests.

44 percent of the workforce in the UK are now working from home due to strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

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An internal email obtained by the Associated Press revealed 65 World Health Organization (WHO) staffers have been infected with the coronavirus.

The United Nations health agency is investigating how and where the staffers at its base headquarters contracted the virus despite safety measures such as PPE and social distancing.

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World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (pictured) self-quarantined after being identified as a contact of a person who tested positive for Covid-19.

"To my knowledge, the cluster being investigated is the first evidence of potential transmission on the site of WHO," Dr. Michael Ryan told reporters on Monday after the AP released a report on the email.

According to the AP the email said about half of those infected worked from home. But 32 of the infected staffers worked on the premises at The W.H.O. headquarters building in Geneva, Switzerland.

The CDC reported last month that 88% of Covid-19 positive tests were people who always wore masks.

Researchers quietly withdrew a study on the effectiveness of face masks after Covid-19 positive tests surged in places where face masks are mandated.

"The authors have withdrawn this manuscript because there are increased rates of SARS- CoV-2 cases in the areas that we originally analyzed in this study," the researchers wrote.

The study was funded in part by Yale University.