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"great barrington" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Millions of American parents. I have four at home. I had to teach them at home. My wife had to teach them at home. I am stunned at what you have said this week about your claiming to have wanted to reopen schools. I think most you'll find that most parents believe you were the tip of the spear of school closures. There are numerous statements. You made over the summer of 20 scaring people to death about the possibility of opening schools. And I hear no remorse whatsoever about the generational damage that's been done to these guys. I have two kids with learning differences. Do you know how hard it is for them to learn at home and not in a classroom that was designed for them? And for you to sit in front of Congress and the American people and say, oh, I wanted to open them the whole time. I am shocked. I'm stunned. I'm stunned and there are millions of parents who feel the exact same way. Go ahead. So I don't know you, sir, and you don't know me. But I have worked for the last 20 or 30 years. Helping kids every single day. I've been a school teacher. I've been a union leader. Yeah, sorry. I wanted to cut her off. I don't care what that lady says. She's a liar. It doesn't matter. But good for Scott Jennings. I would have been a lot, he's a really nice guy. I would have been like, you're a liar, Randy. You're terrible. We hate you. You're ruining the country. I would have been a little bit more, but he's a really nice guy. But he laid it out about the damage done to her or her country. And so did you look at the Republican whip and select subcommittee on the coronavirus crisis, ranking member, that's his mouthful, Steve scalise, as well as House committee on oversight and reform ranking member James comer. They concluded this story. They said, the facts are clear. President Biden's CDC overrode routine practice to allow a radical teachers union that donated millions of dollars to democratic campaigns to bypass scientific norms and rewrite official agency guidance. So they're getting money. They're giving them money to the teachers are getting money. They're giving money to Democrats. And meanwhile, who suffers? It's a re youth. It's our young people. And then you got another guy, Anthony Fauci, who also destroyed the country. He's also been wrong about everything. I mean, really, has Anthony Fauci Anthony Fauci got anything right. Did you know I don't want to toot my own horn, but I was actually more accurate about COVID than Fauci was? I'm not even kidding. If you go through the scoreboard, I question everything from the beginning, the very beginning I questioned the leap out of COVID because it all made sense to me and there were overinflating the fatality rate. And the reason they were is because if you're only testing, people who are showing up in the hospital who are essentially more or less about to die, who are very sick, and you're not testing the rest of the population, your numbers are going to be skewed. So we were missing cases in the country by something like 65 fold. So that's why at the very beginning, those fatality rates were so skewed. But how do I understand that? As someone who is not worked in the medical industry, but Anthony Fauci did and has, how did I understand that and he didn't? That was at the very beginning of COVID. I was recognizing this. Question the vaccines, he pushed that on us. Question lockdowns, what makes sense about lockdowns when you've got something like one third of the workforce or millennials? Right? You've got a significant portion of the workforce that we're never at risk of COVID and mind you kids have never been at rest. The science is never shown that. Right? So the teachers unions were lying about that from the beginning. That was not what the science showed. The kids were never at risk. Older people were, sure, obese people, comorbidities, things like that, but not healthy people not young people, no, no, no. But they lied to us about that, right? He locked us down. He caused so much damage on these young people of isolation, so many people killed themselves overdoses. You look at the destruction to economy right now. I mean, we are, we are, it's devastating. We're reeling from it. You look at businesses that have failed. Banks that have failed, inflation, you know, Americans have seen something like a loss of $7400 under Biden. Because of this man, you know, but you know what he told The New York Times? Anthony Fauci? Angry little O. He said I sleep fine. He said he sleeps fine. He said, but show me a school that I shut down and show me a factory that I shut down. Never, I never did. I gave a public health recommendation that echoed the CDC's recommendation and people made a decision based on that. No, Anthony Fauci, you sat there on TV, shaming people. You actually colluded. If you guys remember the great Barrington signers, you know, you've got people like Martin colder if you got people like Jay bat all these brave people and mind you, Doctor John, you need ease of
Senator Rand Paul on Fauci's Abuse of Power
"And with us right now, is someone who I think has been so courageous more so than any other member of Congress and definitely in the Senate, someone who is actually a medical doctor and has been exposing the independent regulatory agencies of the deep medical state, doctor Rand Paul or senator ram Paul senator, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Thanks for having me. So senator walk us through kind of your latest kind of bout with Fauci, if you will. You went back and forth in the committee or one of the only ones willing to do so. Seems as if he's getting a little bit uneasy that you might be on his case. You know, I think it's in a appalling abuse of power. He makes over $420,000 a year, but he then uses his salary and his office and his minions to take down an enemy's list. So his enemies list includes other doctors and other scientists and three of them are imminent epidemiologists that work for Stanford Oxford and Harvard, but he and doctor Collins conspired by email that we know of because we have a record of this. And they said in the email, let's do a published takedown of these people. And immediately Fauci responded to Collins and said, I'm on it and sent him two or three things that got up in the lay press at the nation a left wing progressive outlet and then also at spike. So the thing is they're putting these nodes at wired. So they're putting these things out. But I think it's an abuse of office to go after other scientists and use your government position to try to take down people who disagree with you. And what these scientists were putting forward was the great Barrington declaration that simply acknowledged that we learned very early on that COVID affects different age groups wildly differently to 80 year old has a thousand times greater chance of dying than a ten year old. And if we don't account for that, I think it's basically
Dr. Scott Atlas on Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins Colluding Against Great Barrington Declaration
"Doc read the book Obviously one of the publishers involved in the publication of this book I was blown away by it from the start So much stuff we heard from the media that it just seemed to be misinformation You expose in this book given the real trusted behind the scenes account I'll put it up on the desk here So Fox nation folks you can see it My first question to you doctor You've been a source for truth on this and sanity on this coronavirus pandemic from the start Yet others sadly doctor haven't I believe Doctor Fauci being one of them And given the recent revelations about him and Francis Collins colluding behind the scenes to politically attack the authors of the great Barrington declaration of later been proven right with some of the recommendations I mean why does this guy still have a job doctor He's been wrong consistently the entire time Fauci that is Yeah well that's a difficult question to answer Obviously I mean here we have somebody And this is the point here People Doctor Fauci and doctor birx our government bureaucrats in government positions for 40 years And the reason that people stay in those kinds of positions for 40 years is not because they're politically neutral It's because they have the skills to navigate a heavily politicized environment by making friends with their people and agencies by making friends with people in the media And basically these are essentially political jobs They are bureaucrats They're not scientists They're not critical thinkers as I found out in my meetings with them They're not open to debate and questing and using the scientific method which is basically based on the free exchange of ideas and then knowing the evidence and coming up with a solution And so it's hard to say why they have a job these people but they are very skillful at keeping it
"great barrington" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"Sleep apnea is caused by what obesity. So let's get to the cause. Let's get to the splinter so we can get rid of the dangers linked to this apnea heart disease dementia and even death and also how about the danger of hauling around too much fat drop those extra pounds ladies and gentlemen even dropping. Some of that excess weight can have a dramatic. Make a dramatic difference. There are studies out there that show that you can be the easier just by losing ten percent of your body weight. Who knows if you lose a lot. More maybe can cure the condition completely. So let's look into c-pap machines made by phillips us. Thank dr allen's spring for bringing this to our attention But i think is really important that you know this two million of you that could be affected by this. Okay so let's go one and let's just mention. Have you heard of dr j. buddha korea. Dr bata correa entered stanford at age eighteen and stayed there. He has lots of degrees and he had. He has taken a stance on this whole coded chinese virus and the experimental vaccines along with epidemiologist Martin corridor of harvard and suny tra- gupta of oxford they. Authored co-authored the great barrington declaration. Which argued for protecting the vulnerable while allowing those with little risk to go about their business. He was not for the lockdowns. That were precipitated by false model. Learn neil from great britain doc. Buta tire correa is a research associate at the national bureau of economic research in stanford center for democracy the demography economics of health and ageing. He says a few things all summarize here early in the pandemic the world health organization warned of an affection fatality rate of three to four percent. And that's why they locked us all down and they use other. Drastic measures has taken away our rights and our constitutional rights. Dr buddha kara in march twenty twenty postulated the rate was only about point zero one percent and he's right even phony vouch she said in the new england journal of medicine in watch twenty twenty. The rate was probably less than one percent and it could turn out to be point zero.
"great barrington" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"But most often sleep apnea is caused by what obesity. So let's get to the cause. Let's get to the splinter so we can get rid of the dangers linked to this apnea heart disease dementia and even death and also how about the danger of hauling around too much fat drop those extra pounds ladies and gentlemen even dropping. Some of that excess weight can have a dramatic. Make a dramatic difference. There are studies out there that show that you can be the easier just by losing ten percent of your body weight. Who knows if you lose a lot. More maybe can cure the condition completely. So let's look into c-pap machines made by phillips us. Thank dr allen's spring for bringing this to our attention But i think is really important that you know this two million of you that could be affected by this. Okay so let's go one and let's just mention. Have you heard of dr j. buddha korea. Dr bata correa entered stanford at age eighteen and stayed there. He has lots of degrees and he had. He has taken a stance on this whole coded chinese virus and the experimental vaccines along with epidemiologist Martin corridor of harvard and suny tra- gupta of oxford they. Authored co-authored the great barrington declaration. Which argued for protecting the vulnerable while allowing those with little risk to go about their business. He was not for the lockdowns. That were precipitated by false model. Learn neil from great britain doc. Buta tire correa is a research associate at the national bureau of economic research in stanford center for democracy the demography economics of health and ageing. He says a few things all summarize here early in the pandemic the world health organization warned of an affection fatality rate of three to four percent. And that's why they locked us all down. And they use other drastic measures to taken away our rights and our constitutional rights. Dr buddha kara in march twenty twenty postulated the rate was only about point zero one percent. And he's right even phony foul she said in the new england journal of medicine in watch twenty twenty. The rate was probably less than one percent and it could turn out to be point zero.
"great barrington" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"They're still experimental. There is no. fda approved injection. In the united states british medical journal published defamatory and error-strewn attacks against acedemic who formulated the great barrington declaration. It was written by a doctors from stanford in oxford. And what was it. It was a bath focused protection rather than a blanket. Mock down which inflicted so much harm on our society and they were they said that mindful that cova typically hose only a mile risks to the young. They were smeared as new merges of dow again as if skepticism. An challenge is something to be condemned. Were into the british medical journal. Such a disgrace think it would be the duty of public health. Scientists who engage with government officials to use their expertise to confront work right now is perhaps the biggest single problem facing humanity. Why would that be criticized. Need this scientific debate using political and legal strategies rather than scientific arguments and you see whereas got us. Political strategies have the advantage of using slander and ad hominem attacks making physicians and scientists reluctant to speak out all. There's now the widespread community met west. Marion does nothing to reduce heavy respiratory virus. All doctors know that massar bid. Learn the mess that are being more should be treated as hazardous material. All doctors know that mask free intake of oxygen. All doctors know that mass limit the proper excavation of carbon dioxide all that those not properly training during a mask do not wear mass properly or effectively. All dodgers that the concept touching of once face to ask very introduces more than not wearing a mask. All reasons sunny in florida shows that mask..
"great barrington" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Choose wisely choose Wendy's I'm Joe Dolan Traffic out of the seven stock radio 77 w ABC song. Yeah, we we All right. What's happening in this boat? Well down day for the markets Yesterday, the Dow lost almost 69 points. The S and P 500 fell nearly six and the NASDAQ dropped 87 points. We'll see what today portends. The nation's Treasury secretary is warning of an imminent default on the national debt. Janet Yellen wrote to congressional leaders and said the U. S is on track to default sometime in October. She added, It's unknown. It's unknown. How long the extraordinary measures being used to avoid a default. We're able to last. Yellen wrote a letter to Congress last month and said a debt ceiling hike should take place on a bi partisan basis. And finally, the richest 1% of Americans are also the top. Tax evaders, avoiding sick $163 billion old each year. That's according to a Treasury Department report out yesterday amid the Biden administrations pushed to narrow the so called tax gap. The White House wants to spend $80 billion, giving the IRS more staff, new technology and new regulations. That would give the agency more teeth to cut down on tax evasion. Juliette thank you very much. It is time now for your Jets at Juliet Travel update for this Thursday, and now we have the penultimate segment in my weeklong series on the best places to experience fall foliage. We started in Europe and we expanded across Asia, Oceania, Africa and up towards the North Pole. Now we had a little closer to home here in the United States. Here are my top recommendations to experience The autumn in all its glory, starting out West. I can't think of a better time to visit San Francisco, then the fall. You've got all the attractions of this truly international city. But you also have two of the country's greatest spots for wine, Napa and Sanoma. Both are less than an hour's drive north of the city and fall is harvest time. So you get to see some of the world's best wineries in action, lots of parties and events this time of year two. And there's even a Napa Valley wine train, which is really fun, really beautiful Fall colors against the backdrop of the Golden Gate Bridge or a stunning French chateau inspired winery. No one will be winding about those pictures. Heading east. Now take a gondola or chairlift up Snowmass Mountain in Aspen, Colorado, and behold one of the most breathtaking sights in the entire country. You'll get a 360 degree view of rushing rivers and stunning amber and scarlet leaves against the backdrop of the snow capped peaks of the Rockies. I mean, what Plus, the crowds have started to settle a little bit in September before the ski season begins. So you may even have that view. Alter yourself in September October If you're looking for God's country, I think you have found it moving on the Berkshires. Wonderful place to watch the leaves spring to life in a rainbow of jewel tone colors. One of the best ways I think to see this is By simply taking us Route seven through some of the most historic and charming towns on the East Coast. There's Lenox, Massachusetts, where you can tour the Mount, which is the home of American novelist Edith Wharton. I loved her because she had an act for telling the stories of the very highbrow members of the naughty American aristocracy during the gilded Age. Great books. The grounds of the Mount are perfect to catch a glimpse of the turning leaves and then 20 minutes. Self of Lennox is Great Barrington, which is truly something out of a normal Norman Rockwell painting. There's biking and hiking or just walking. You can check out the cute restaurants and antique shops in town, all surrounded by splashes. Autumns, most jaw dropping colors and by the way, speaking of Rockwell's museum is actually smack dab in the middle of Lennox and.
"great barrington" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan
"Also just like packing up and leaving. That's not a good look and listen. I know college. Students don't always have the best judgments when i was in college. In nineteen ninety seven. I hitchhiked from great barrington massachusetts to new york city. That that was a poor choice but like your friend or at least someone you're sharing an apartment with for a few days goes missing and you just leave. Who does that. We need more information on these people. It's possible the reason. The police don't suspect foul play indians. Case is that they believe ian never wanted to be found that ian disappeared on purpose after all adults in this country are legally allowed to walk away from their lives without having to tell anybody where they went or why. It's a shitty thing to do. But mitt happens on the other hand. One thing we do know about ian. According to his brother is that he had a history of depression and again like same. But it's hard to know to what extent his depression showed up in his life or affected him regardless it's possible that ian 's mental health played a role in his disappearance. One theory is that he had some sort of mental health episode for god who he was and ended up homeless in new york. This theory comes from the now. Defunct facebook group find ian burnett. A member of the facebook group posted that she kept seeing the same homeless man over and over again and believed it was in. She eventually snapped a photo of this man and posted it to the group. I have searched and searched. And i cannot find this photo but no one ever verified that. The man in the photo was ian. She said she talked to the man and that he got cagey when she asked him if he was in but people who are living on the streets sometimes get cagey when strangers asked them who they are just like people living in apartments or houses weird right. And here's the thing. People don't go from engineering student to completely unrecognisable person living on the street overnight like he's not suddenly going to be covered in dirt in rags pushing a shopping cart if an had been wandering around having some kind of mental health episode the chances of someone spotting him are good also ian had his. Id with him. At least it wasn't in the apartment when his family came to look for him so even if he had forgotten who he was his handy dandy. Id would have provided some clue. Another possibility is that ian took his own life and his body was somehow never found. There really is not too much to say about this theory other than that. It would be a tragic outcome. But there's no evidence that ian was that depressed and it doesn't seem like he came from a family that would have let him travel to new york city with strangers in the middle of a major depressive episode. And maybe he did meet with foul play. Maybe he witnessed something he wasn't supposed to maybe he was murdered and his body was expertly. Disposed of.
"great barrington" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"I think he said something like Know thanks for sharing or something but that lays out everything that eventually became the great barrington declaration jeff touches on this conclusion. I wanna just read it from that. He's what we discovered from these emails. Is that how you was not in the dark He just chose to ignore what people were saying later that year. When the great barrington declaration came out which more or less the same thing as the above letter fouled completely dismissed it. He quotes quite. Frankly that i guess is comes from falconry. Quite frankly that is nonsense and anybody who knows anything about epidemiology. We'll tell you that this is nonsense and very dangerous. It's amazing amazing schizophrenic. Oh dangerous term to use. But it's thought schizophrenia. Again it is all over the place in their unreal and brickworks reality you know if if he wants to take a position this completely wrong and fitz an agenda but this whole thing about you know being two people at different times and i think before it's all over he'll be another person tried to explain himself but there was one one other conclusion. Eddy makes i think is interesting in. That is talking about the Emails and you talked a little bit about who's liable. who's responsible. Are they going to pay the price and jeff's wondering the same thing. These emails are just beginning. That's good deal. He'll keep reading. He admitted he can't read them all The redac- has alone especially as they pertain. To correspondence with. Mark is october Facebook cry out for investigation. Boy this is a hard one for a lot of people. A lot of libertarians struggle. With it i've gone back and forth with it but Mark zuckerberg is a libertarian. Free market person that follows the non aggression principle. He's an agent of the government from my viewpoint so he says these questions are not going to go away on how much the biden administration wishes. They would I see i see zuckerberg sort of like a co conspirator. He knows what's going on and they have goals and then these emails that's one of these. These e mails are probably going to be very significant. You might see Instead of just being you know mixed up and deliberately misleading people you might find that they are real co conspirators on what their goals were the older minute goals because most people are now agreeing. There was an made no sense to do this. Lockdown and people suffer from. They're they're continuing to suffer from and it's going to continue and the biggest fear that i have is that this is just a warm up session because there could be another virus you know by fall. Yeah after we conquer this one in the heroes. We'll come to the rescue but right now. I don't think they're going to call. Vouch lead the next one but his partners. Our partners in crime might yeah. He's a fall guy but the thing is interesting. Because i've read a couple of the emails where zuckerberg was openly. You're right colluding. Is the best word for colluding without you. Hey dr fauci. Basically i'm paraphrasing. How can we help you. How can we use our platform to silence people who disagree with you. And that's essentially what he did. You know the the whole business model of facebook. You get people to go on their pictures of the grandbabies and this and that and the other and you sell them stuff you take their data and you sell them stuff so basically. The users are the customers the provided the money so this is a business owner if you want to call it a private business who stabbed his own customers in the back to curry favor with a government entity i f ouchi In his group. So it's amazing to see..
"great barrington" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Homeland security and the customs and border patrol wants to inform. The public is now. It appears not able to Rhonda santa's governor in florida is a hero. I guess to me now and along with greg abbott for not throwing out the first pitch at baseball rhonda santa's you know they're trying to counsel him with his bad sixty minutes reporting right. Well good news is that he he pulled together a bunch of top scientists at around table thing And what happened is all scientists One of the scientists who is Complain number one that they were being censored okay and one of the people there was doctor. Jay and i can't say this last night it's it's bhattacharya. He's one of the doctor behind. This great barrington declaration which again probably seen where all the doctors ceylon say cove. Isn't that dangerous. It's not that big a deal right so he slammed all of the covid restrictions as unnecessary and further disastrous for public health. Okay when governor to santa's asked tim if mass masking was reducing transmission in areas where the virus was widespread. Here's what he said quote. It just doesn't help on disease. Spread said again quote. It just doesn't help on disease. Spread ridiculed the idea of teaching kids to read other wearing face masks..
"great barrington" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"E. Don't know what their preoccupation and she loves that hairstyle, two perps or something like that. Oh, alrighty. Let's see. By the way, The new covert straight is coming or it's here And don't panic. That's what people tell you. No need to panic on this one. All viruses do mutate in this one. Is, um In this case. It's 23 articles I said, said Yes, but there's no need to get, you know, freaked out by it. It's all viruses, eventually, sort of. Keep changing, and this one has changed as well. Here comes the fourth wave. Kournikova 19, Can it be prevented, did not likely says of Fred Hutch model, but the curve could be flattened again. So here we are. This is the we're calling this. This is the fourth wave of covert The first one started in March or February, and then it died down. We flatten the curve, but then we continued with the lockdowns. Then we loosen things up in the summer because that's what happened. The people went back outside again. And then people went inside again and then the virus doesn't go away. Just our behavior changes and then people were sick. Heard somebody epidemiologist. They don't call them waves. This is just what happens. Viruses do this, We go inside and outside the weather changes and R R effect to the virus changes as well. So, Tom, are we supposed to take cover on this fun and continue to keep everything closed down for the for the fourth wave? What can we do? So the suggestion here is that for a lot of people, including the scientist before this new variant, it came up that they thought that by this spring, and by the beginning of summer, we would probably have this thing licked, but now they realized that with this fourth variant That we're not going to be out of the woods that early. So right now, the big races between this variant and the vaccine that they'll beam or pressure if there isn't already enough pressure on to get the vaccine out, If the faster we get the vaccine out, the less Chance. This fourth. Very this variant in this fourth wave has of taking hold the idea anyway. So what they say is that right now, because I think people are obviously it's it's going to be over a year. Since they've been doing this. They're getting impatient. This is not the time to relent. This is the time to wear the mask, even between sips of coffee. I think, John no, they say that the person but they do say that keeping social distance and wearing a mask for you know, X. Still a goodly while is the way to go because we're not going to reach that herd immunity business till late. There's also some concern. The South African thing sounds terrible that that vary. It hasn't hit the United States much at all. But the UK very they think by my next month is going to be the dominant Varian and it's It's like twice as, um Twice is infectious. But the vaccine seems to work pretty well with it. So they think that can we can have a handle on that, perhaps as long as people don't change their behavior. It's the South African ones a little concerning they just stopped. The AstraZeneca stuff cause had no effect on the South African variance. But that's that's not the first wave of variant that we're concerned about. The UK was the first one The I H m D right. That's the theme of the folks that came out of these the ones that were supported by the Gates Foundation. That's where they get their money from Andre were the ones that came out early and really shot for the stars and made giant predictions of Death everywhere and then they kept kind of toning it back. But they say, by June, you're looking at sticks they going to say 630,000 deaths. Um, that's their projection. June 1st. That's what they Jonathan. You earthy H. M. Yeah, I know. I think you do You want to discredit the ihe Me? But when we first heard that the first projections where something like between 60 and 240,000, and that's when we only have like 10,000, That's ridiculous. And now that's dwarfed if only we were that successful. So they're projections have been Go ahead. Yeah, I don't read that. The nation which I did subscribe to it. It's funny. They give you one article Jacob at the nation, which is a big social socialist paper, and then they make you pay. I'm like, All right, You know what? Screw you people. I'll share capitalism works, so I paid They do a nasty piece. I mean, they repped the I H M Eve and other epidemiologists and research labs, speaking off the record at the nation because they say the Gates Foundation has so much power and they call it the Bill chill. That if you do something, and Bill Gates doesn't like it, you receive the thing on as the bill. Chill. So they say that the power of the I H m E with the Gates Foundation behind it. Is just a force to be reckoned with. And that's the one that gets the news. That's the one that gets out there. They're the ones with the predictions. They get the money. They get the research. It was $2.95 well spent at the nation. Hopefully they put that money to good use to see how the bill the bill chill had never heard that before. And you heard of anything. Did you know that the Gates Foundation is behind the HIV, Tom? I don't know if I ever read when I I've never heard of the eye jammy before this pandemic business, So I don't know. I wouldn't be surprised if I'd read it in the first Seattle Times article when they profiled it. Beyond that. I don't know that the numbers are inaccurate. The knock that you always had against it was that they were inflated will now they don't look inflated. Oh, yeah, there we could catch up. The theory behind the theory behind the way that I h m E doesn't and other there other modeling there a lot of other modeling systems. What they claim they do is they just take whatever data they have, and then it's adjusted each on a daily basis. But yeah, there are. There are other ways to do models. I don't have any preference for one model over the other, a Tous point. It has a local connection would be on that. You know, If there's some other modeling system that you prefer, or the nation prefers, I'd be happy to look at the at them as well. Like the Great Barrington. I like what they do. I like the way those scientists looked at it, and I like him in Tokyo did with no lockdowns, Although they do clothes, the restaurants there eight o'clock at night, and they say people are pretty good about it. And here's crazy thing that they've done their They've said Okay. Yes, we're gonna close the restaurants down at eight o'clock at night, but to make up for it, we're going to give every restaurant $600. Do you mean period or a day or a day? $600 a day. Yeah. Okay? And is that approximate how much money they make? In a what? In a six hour shift from 62, or I don't like this deal. I guess every time they would close it down, they said, Okay, we'll do for you was will give you money because we're forcing you to close your best and stayed eight o'clock. We know you probably had a lot more money. After eight o'clock, So here's $600 for the restaurant, So that's sort of like what the P P P thing is. The government gives these businesses money to help try to keep them afloat while they're being shut down. I don't know if $16 is more or less than what we would give. But Yeah, well, the P p p. Yes..
"great barrington" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is a B C's. Aaron Could ter Ski Nearby residents huddled inside their homes for hours as the siege all played out? It's 702 on Update tonight. State police now say Four people were on that small plane that crashed today in a field in Leicester. Happened late this afternoon, right off Moose Hill Road, right by the Spencer line. As of now, we have no word on the condition of anybody who's on the plane. A number of state and local agencies are on scene investigating again. That small plane crashed today in Leicester in a field. Therefore, people we've now learned were on that plane when we find out more about their conditions. And what exactly happened? Of course, we'll give you an update right here on WBZ. The latest on those long awaited stimulus checks coming up in about two minutes. Right now, let's get the latest on the roads and we got some problems out there south of town Tonight. Super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. What's going on, like Yeah, all those well on that situation here in the cold. Just a while ago was a pretty bad crash on Route three south by Derby Street. Hang him, but it's gone. All lanes have reopened, and the delays eased out really quick, so nothing to worry about here, Route three on the South Shore back to normal, and things were good on the expressway. In fact, it was good all afternoon. The afternoon rush was really lighter than usual here. For whatever reason, that was, it's still good in and out of the city. The lower end of 1 20 eight's good coming down through dead him in Westwood. Turning onto 95 south. Yeah, You're good to go all the way down to the Rhode Island line up to the north. Not a whole lot to report really the upper end of one 28th wide open between the mass Pike and Ruwan A Beverly 93 is good all the way up past exit one and into wind in New Hampshire. Route One is clear. A past the Lynnfield Tunnel eventually into Danvers in Topsfield downtown. Nice and quiet the way you like it right? The lower deck of 93 wide open onto the second bridge. Storrow Drive the Sumner tunnel there. And the mass Turnpike is clear. Not a whole lot going on of through Natick. And whilst a Westborough tonight my king WBC's traffic on the three Now if you're heading out toward the Berkshires, maybe you're already they're tuning in tonight. You are certainly going to find yourself dealing with a few flurries out there tonight. I'm seeing that on the radar right now, through Pittsfield and North Adams in Great Barrington. Otherwise it looks like the state is essentially clear while marching some clouds. Varying levels of clouds so clear of precipitation will call it certainly more than the past couple of days. There is a chance that more of these snow showers could develop tonight and there could be a bit of a gusty night out there right by the coast. Saying that wind still blowing on Cape Cod about 15 20 miles an hour low tonight for all of us in the mid twenties. Tomorrow, another brisk and chilly day cannot rule out a couple of snow showers popping up from time to time behind your 35. We start to warm up as we make our way through the week on Thursday. Lots of sun, hon. You're 38 our next storm due to come in sometime in the afternoon on Friday, Go behind your 42 could see a bit of a mixed situation here with some rain and snow. Of course, more details as we get closer, every 10 minutes right here. On the threes. Let's check our temperatures right now. 29 in Amherst scene. 34 on the Cape in Falmouth north of town. Looks like 30 fours well in Gloucester right now, in Boston. At 705. It's overcast in Boston and 33 degrees. Checking the daily covert update Now from DPH. They're confirming 1963 new cases Tonight. 45 more people have died the total number of cases in this state now well over 502,000.
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"It is free. Talk live! You're in the right place. You've tuned into the red station. You've streamed the right stream. You're listening to the right podcast. Or otherwise gaining audio in some way, shape or form. I read an article recently that, um they've devised a way to send audio signals. For your head without any sort of like receiver anything? Yeah. So perhaps free talk live can get on that station. Uh, anyway, our number If you want to join the conversation in 6032836160 in the studio, it's myself. The Reverend Captain, Kick ass Pickles, Mountaineer and Melanie. We've been discussing this article from Evey magazine, uh, claiming that Americans are suffering from mass delusional psychosis. And this is this one says it's just because of covert 19. And of course, we know that when they say Kobe 19, we mean the government overreach and all of their mandates surrounding covert 19, not the actual disease itself, including in case there are people out there that think they're different. The mass media's approach to it. Oh, yes, indeed continuing on because objective reality threatens to unravel their carefully crafted imaginary world. The delusional person lashes out at others who dare act in contradiction to their delusions. Wearing a mask becomes more about social solidarity than it is about following the science thought she actually suggested that a little while ago. Well, yeah, didn't he also suggest wearing more than one mask? Haven't looked up to see it with that was accurate yet, but I know he said, the thing about oversell he lied, But he said, Well, it's more for you know a signal. It's more for signaling, basically. Wow. Yes, Virtue. Signaling is what I read somewhere that found she is the highest paid government to play That makes it sound like he makes millions of dollars. It was like 2 53 75. That's his salary, right? We know that when people get into government positions, they use their positions to benefit financially. In other ways I eat. Coming up with people to, you know, make sure that their business gets favorite over some other business later on down the line, you know, they'll give a donation to their campaign or otherwise, you know, benefit them financially in some way, shape or form. Yeah, The most straightforward way was said to me is why would someone spend millions of dollars to get a job that pays 100,000 right? There is a reason there's there's many of them. At any rate, wearing a mask becomes more about social solidarity than it is about following science. Instead of rethinking their world view, they have to compel others to fit into the reality of their own making. Take a look at the example of how this physician in Ontario had his account suspended for daring to point out the truth. This is Gil Nimni, MD. Looks like a Twitter. I can't help but shake my head tonight. I just finished my shift at the cove in 19 Assessment Center at my hospital. Decided to walk through my ER on my way to the change room empty in all caps, he says. I shake my head at my colleagues who go on Twitter and TV ranting about how our ER is crazy. That wasn't even makes sense. Because you don't stay in the e R. If something bad If you weren't sick to that degree, you wouldn't stay in the e R. And so that yours for the ours for stabilization. True, but you do see the same thing with ICUs people are talking about. Oh, no, They're all full up, And now there's no. One in the intensive care unit. It's not any more full than they have been historically during flu season. It's the same kind of delusion that drives religious Alright, appointed the sound really nice. It's the same kind of delusion that drives religious fanatics who would kill their own daughters because she dared to dishonor her family. In those societies. Not only are the honor killings acceptable, but the killer's air, normally protected by their own family members. In our society today, fueled by the cove, it induced delusion. It's acceptable to kick of Todd. We're off a plane for not wearing a mask when there's evidence that toddlers rarely spread the virus. It's acceptable for tech companies to suspend a physician social media account because he dared contradict the message that's being fed to the public about covert 19. Those who are authoritarian and nature don't care about seeking out the truth. Rather, they prefer to seek out authority. It's one of the reasons why you are seeing so many people who'd happily approve the silencing of any medical experts who views whose views contradict the W H O R the CDC guidelines. Oh, pay, the rules becomes the more important Item rather than questioning if the rules were legitimate to begin with. And we've seen that the Great Barrington Declaration signed by tens 2030 40,000 medical professionals and hundreds of thousands of other people. On and it's barely gotten to mention We ventured it here repeatedly on free talk live, But of course, the science is settled, and nobody will have any of it. But there have been brave souls who have dared to defy authority when they knew that the truth was on their side of classic example is Galileo Galilee. That's an interesting name. Galileo. Galileo. Galileo Galilee Yes, who dared question the ruling powers claim that the sun revolves around the earth? It does seem rather tragic that just like Galileo, who was sentenced to life under house arrest for daring to question the ruling authorities narrative during the Renaissance, those of us today who are also questioning the mainstream authority. Science on Covert 19 pandemic will end up like Galileo. As we two are placed under complete house arrest. If this sounds like an exaggeration, keep in mind how there have already been talks about banning access to facilities for those who refuse to receive the vaccine ticket. Bastard. I'm sorry. Ticketmaster, for example. Is requiring a person's proof of vaccination before they could attend public events. Even andr Yang, the former Democratic presidential candidate, is asking if it's possible to deploy proof of vaccination bar codes. So that we can track those who refuse to be vaccinated. And you definitely see us ramping up for that. Even here in New Hampshire, where they had in place a.
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"That and try to pick them up. There's this fascinating books. Uh, we several years ago, we had a small tornado here in Stone. And how is actually within 100 yards of the of the funnel. When it came down and boy, I'll tell you something that was quite a sight to see. Especially with all the debris blowing around. I'll tell you, we will look, think about it. It was a small and Yeah. I didn't mean to interrupt you, sir. I apologize there. But I'm not just saying that we don't get too many tornadoes in New England. But when we do, I think people tend to really remember them because they're so kind of rare in neighborhood. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, especially the 53 1 that it was the worst area they would do with them on the ground. Those that was like, I believe it was an EF five. 300 mile now wins. Yep. That one in the Great Barrington Tornado Back in 95, I think are the stronger tornadoes on record in Massachusetts, Right? Right. Right, right. It's just amazing. No, they can't do their death's hurricanes. Morgan His name's tornadoes. They're just so plentiful Morgan that they tend to name them based on this, Unfortunately, the city or the day that they hit, so you have like an outbreak of tornadoes. Um, like the Palm Sunday outbreak, for instance, or the Great Barrington Tornado, the Windsor locks tornado. The Springfield for NATO does that there was a big one. The Windsor locks when you just mentioned in Connecticut seventies. Yeah. Yeah, that was that was a very, very big one. I'll tell you when we get him Sometimes they could be very destructive. Uh, it's amazing what they can do. What nature can do Which It's just incredible. But thank you for your answers. That was very interesting. Thanks More. Thank you weekend you too. Right, right. And let's go to Jean in Brookline. Hello, Jean. How you doing? Morgan doing very well. I know that first car is gonna be a tough act to follow with. I have basically a silly question. I want to know and then telling you what the temperature of the day it's gonna be 42. Now, Joe. It's for you would be 43 or you're gonna be 40 how you picked that number. Yeah, well, I can't. I'm the drug candy era of meteorologists, okay? Sure. No. And I mean, talk about a legend to be in the same studio is working with a legend. I kind of pinch myself. Every time I walked into the studio, um, but the truth is that when we forecast we're kind of generally forecasting for an area because Boston is a lot different than Wooster than the Merrimack Valley, then the case, So when we say Generic temperature like 42 degrees. We kind of taken average of what we think most people will feel that day. Okay. All right. That makes sense. Thank you wasn't a silly question. That was a good question. Okay. Bye. Bye. Have a nice night. There. Uh, Jean enjoy the rest of your weekend. And let's go to share in mass and speak to Jonathan. Hello, Jonathan. Hi, Morgan. How you doing tonight? All right. And you, sir? Good. Thank you. So I have a general question. Um As one that's getting close to retirement. In age I've thought about relocating. And my question is. Is there a town or city in the Continental U. S. That has the most perfect ideal Weather year round. Like not too cold. Not too hot. Just that, you know, a nice pleasant 75 degrees. Is there such a place in the United States? So I think, um The going kind of joke is That sounds like San Diego. Where in Diego 70. Yeah, that Z usually kind of San Diego's forecast. But you know, on the East Coast. One place that I've heard is really comfortable. Although they do get some winter is Asheville or the mountains of North Carolina. They'll still get some good summer, but not as hot is. Maybe you know, Florida don't get some winter, but maybe not as brutal is our winters. I've heard. That's a really terrible place to retire, too. But, you know, I'm happy to help you out. If you wanted to look me up and email me, I'm happy to kind of go over some cities if you have some in mind. The truth is that the further South you go, the harder it is going to be. Yeah, but someone great of you really have to find almost a place like San Diego, which Is a bit of Ah, Where do you want? I can afford to live there. Certainly not me. No, but I know the Carolinas. Sounds nice. That's that's a good idea. That might be the place. Place. Neither one of you picked why it's never it's never much harder. Yeah, yeah. 85 to 90. It's okay. It's cooler than 85 to 90. It's probably not buggy there, either. What do you think of the people? Hawaii, Jacob. I mean, I've never been, but I would love to go and I've heard really good things, But you're right. Yeah. I mean, the tropical climate from Hawaii is a pretty perfect set up and they get really cool. Storms with the mountains that they have. They have really, really tall mountains on some of the islands. So they have some really cool weather associated with that, too. Then there's an earthquake issues it reason Volcano. All right, All right. Well, thanks, Morgan. Thanks. Shake up. I appreciate it. Thanks. Hope we have helped you. Thank you. I'm about to take a break. Give the phone numbers because there are Two people online, meaning there are two people. Um Room for two people, which could be you and you. That's too 617 to 5 14 30. 888929 10 30. That will give you a chance to speak to my buddy Jacob, or cough. Met Jacob Well, three or four years ago, and that's when Radio and TV were both Under the same roof, where miles away from Where they are now and We just struck up a conversation became friends. And I gave Jacob Golf shirt doesn't still fit. Yeah, Even after all the covert pounds of put on. It does still fit. Yes, I'm happy to hear that. Thank you. And now there are no Open lines, so you're gonna have to wait for a collar. The waves. Goodbye, the West and then you have a chance to jump on board. Time. And temperature here. Busy 20 degrees. 9 29. Morgan Show on WBZ News Radio 10 30 looking for traffic reports breaking news and weather is so easy. Just.
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"Classic chicken sandwich two for just five blocks. Price participation may very limited time. Only Rob Macula WBC is traffic on the freeze. All right Now it's time for the four day WBZ AC You weather forecast. It's a chilly one for sure brought to us by the sump pump key, crazy not has called this afternoon as it's been temperatures back up in them load of it forties with Real feels in the thirties. But then it gets colder again tonight into tomorrow. Some flurries and so showers late this afternoon into the night and then tomorrow blustery and Sunday to both fakes, blustery. Is this some sunshine? Maybe more of it Sunday than Saturday, but highs and the lowest thirties. Real feels single digits in teens. I'm looking at a less Cold day on Monday as we start to cloud up and it looks like this next storm Stay south and west of Boston proper for Monday night into Tuesday. We're keeping an eye on it and thank you by the media all the juicy DeVore WBZ bosses news radio going right now in great Barrington, right there on the New York State line. Where 35 degrees a little bit of a mixed situation as you make your way through. Sturbridge in Southbridge. Getting over into Dublin, Charlton were 39 degrees there north of talent. Just some clouds and Lowell words 41 right now in Boston overcast and 42, this is Steve Andrews. When there's flooding in the streets, let your neighbors know to call the sump pump geeks at 18444335225. Or visit US online at some pump geeks dot com. And it's 2 25 time for New England business and another sign of the rapidly changing banking industry. Peoples. United now says it plans to close 140 branches in Stop and shop supermarkets across Connecticut and New York. The rise of digital banking, of course, spelling the end of the grocery shopper.
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"No hugs and now the classic chicken sandwich two for just five bucks. Price and participation may very limited time only. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes. Kevin and the forecast looking at some snow right now, the Doppler radar. This is up and down the western part of Massachusetts all the way from Great Barrington to North Adams and all the way into Vermont as well. So all of us could see some snow flying out there even some or extended flurries throughout the afternoon, and tonight that temp is going to plummet. Tonight is going to fall into the teens and the single digits Saturday and Sunday. We're not budging beyond 30 degrees. That's our high both days despite the sun There's more within DeVore early son giving away the clouds here in Boston, north and west of us, We could start to see some flurries and snow showers later this afternoon. I think that drops into Boston tonight. Ahead of that low forties real fields in the thirties, ending up in the twenties. Real fields fall into the single digits tonight, and then it's cold and blustery, both days of the weekend, real field single digits and teens tomorrow on Sunday, maybe a little more sun Sunday than Saturday. Clouding up upper thirties on Monday, and it looks like that storm with some snow stays south and west of Boston proper Monday night into Tuesday. We're keeping an eye on it. I thank you with meteorologist Tina Board WBZ Boston's news radio being said the high Today would be 45. You are spot on Dean 45 right now in Marshfield. Mostly cloudy there, though, and the coldest spot is Pittsfield word snowing. It's 34 degrees. Checking New England business. Here's Kim Carrigan. Analysts at Fitch Ratings say there's more to the Massachusetts labor market than meets the eye. In November. The state jobless rate was 6.7% but of people who have exited the labor.
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"R C W SNG and W. M. M. W Welcome back to the large large and show my guest and I'm so anxious. I've been so anxious to talk to him or looking forward to it. James Records who's the author of the new Great Depression, winners and losers and a post pandemic world. He has a history and in tax law, and also in working for some fairly large financial institutions, So he knows his stuff You left off by describing here is New York. The vaccine doses delivered and then as usual, and from my point of view, the government being completely inefficient, couldn't run a Popsicle stand. They can't seem to get the vaccine to the people who need it, and it's literally going to waste. Where do we pick up from there? Well prison that that's exactly right. And then, But beyond that you mentioned earlier that it was maybe not as contagious as we thought. Well, the contagion date has moved up and down because we had more testing and found out you know more about the population generally, although it is Contagious enough, but There's a new strain. It's here. It came out of it were first identified in the England and South Africa so called the English strain. If you want to. It's now in the United States. It's going worldwide. You can't stop it. That is much more contagious than what's called the Italian street. The Italian strain which came out of Milan. It all started charging me Don't don't get me wrong and I'll start it will haunt China. But it's spread East and west on it went west into Malang profession week and then came from Italy to New York on Ben spread around the rest of the country. So that's the Italian stream. But now we have this English string, which is more contagious. So we have data on that. That's clear and with more contagion come more fatalities that fatality eight. Isn't necessarily hunger. It's too soon to tell. But the number of fatalities is fire because the number of cases yes, treatments are better. We've we've learned that ventilators don't work. This Bentley was a good for certain things. But not for this that people were dying for the ventilators. But what you need is oxygen. Um Which is different. You don't need to pump you just pure oxygen into your lungs, and then you can still breathe. But But now the other thing this is a mutation and some mutations are harmless is part of the genome that doesn't affect this spread of the virus. But some mutations are extremely dangerous they make they make the contention rate higher on can make the fatality rate higher. But the bigger question is, does the new mutation eyes that still subject to the vaccine? Does the vaccine work against the new mutation? Too soon to tell. Hopefully the vaccines to work. That the virus is this A just wants to kill you. So the virus continuing mutation, something called mutation escape. And that's when it mutates in such a way that the buyer that the vaccine does not work or if you're if you recovered, the antibodies don't wear That's the most dangerous of all that has happened in test pandemics that happened in the Spanish flu in 1918. The second wave was far worse than the first wave. They didn't even have a vaccine then, but they were still You know, this is subject to these mutations that made the worst. So we've got that confronting us, and we're heading into another recession within the Depression. Because the lockdown policies so it's hard to see this getting better until may have the earliest best case late 2021 early 2022. Wow, but I'm talking to James Records. Ms. Records his author of these, the author, most recently the new Great Depression, winners and losers in a post pandemic world. I did intend to circle back to the economic side of this But is is anybody making the case? Do you think that you're making to the people making decisions like Governor Cuomo, Governor Newsome of California? They don't have to do it to run two Santas. He seems to understand it already. But to start to tell these states, I understand the state level decision. And and yet nobody seems to be effectively making the case. Hate. Start the economy back up, Get it going as much as you can protect the people who need to be protected. Get them the regular routine treatments. RAM Desert here whether it's the monoclonal antibodies, which I guess are going begging. Now the overproduced at this point, but get the economy going because, especially with a pandemic still going are still a problem. We got him. We got to generate the income in the wealth that actually pays for all of this stuff. There is a group making that case. It's a powerful group. It is doctors, clinicians, professors, medicine immunologist epidemiologists. There's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It's you Can Google it just Who will you know, Great Barrington Declaration. You'll find it right away and a group put it together and publish it, But they invited their colleagues to sign on like you could just sign that. Sign your name. I'm saying I agree with this. Thousands of doctors and again experts have signed on to this was started by a group one of whom is professor medicines. Stanford University's This is not some fringe political group. Whatever that these air the top people, they know a lot more than Then Dr Fauci, believe me, so so that's out there. But the question is, is it getting through to the politicians? I mean, they can his powerful science and I've decided some of it. And this Great Barrington Declaration has more their new studies coming out all the time. They say the same thing. But Try doing it on Twitter or fucking. You'll get censored. You'll get canceled. We'll put a stick around your tweet because somehow you're not nearly the sun, will you? Actually you are following the science. It's just not the science that they want. They want the lockdown Science, which is Very thin and very weak s O. The politicians don't know any better. They're doing what they politicians have to be seen to be doing something even though they don't know what they're doing, which is correct. They just want to do something for show, you know, you know Andrew Cuomo. Gretchen Whitmer. Gavin is from all these governors over the country are you know they're putting on a show, but they don't know what they're talking about. They're relying on a small sliver. You know, you know what I feel saying? If you're a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Well, if you're in if you're in immunologist, everything.
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"And every podcaster out there named the podcaster you love. They carry our show travel with Stephanie Abrams. And so if you miss anything today, make sure you go and listen. Two. I'm going to tell you the show number it show number 17 14. And you will find all of the interviews that We were doing today. Um Later today, we're going to be talking with the general manager of the Titanic Hotel Belfast, which is built right next to Titanic. Belfast, the museum exhibit. In Belfast. That's incredible. And you're really going to enjoy this one as well. And in between. I've got some travel tips for you on navigating traveling safely, even while we're hearing about Continually growing numbers of covert cases in the U. S. I managed to live healthfully in Ireland for five months this year when we couldn't get home. Went to Belfast that Bell fist Well, we went to Belfast and swap out a car because they needed the car we rented in double. It gave us a different one with the UK license plates, But we managed to get through Dublin Airport, an international flight, picking up a car to drive to another airport. When we landed in Boston to get our car from Hartford, Connecticut, and, um We've been home since July, 20th and knock wood. We followed all the protocols and, um, you know, I don't want to have the evil eye upon me, but you could do it. You can go places and you can stay healthy. And You'll find many of those tips in my blog's and elsewhere and we're going to give be giving you some more today. So give some thought. And one of the things you want to do is travel close to home. If you can take a road trip, you will fall into my new feature stay and play us a And if you live in Massachusetts high all y'all listening on W. A. S P s AM and FM out of great Barrington and W. B R K AM and FM ahead of Pittsfield, Massachusetts give some thought to that breakaway within Massachusetts. That you so much need deserve require to maintain some balance in your life and have some fun in the safest possible way. For everybody else. Take notes. Pay attention. And start planning for next spring. Next summer. It'll be here before you know it. And then when you're ready to say Okay, Mabel, let's get up and go. You'll have it the top of your list. Ah, place that reminds me of being in Europe. Because when you're in Europe You go from one town to the next one village to the next one city to the next In short periods of time, and everywhere you look you have history and architecture er and outdoorsy, wonderful experiences. All around you, as opposed to driving from the East Coast to California and having about 1000 or 1500, miles in the middle, where you could drive for a day and a half and see nothing. In Massachusetts. You have that European experience of history. Culture art. And gorgeous landscapes and Seascapes and by the side of a lake scape. Just invented that word like scape. Shakespeare invented words. I can do it, too. It's okay. So I want to dive in this hour with the brand new, almost brand new brand new to me, executive director of the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism. And you could take a look at their website at visit M A. Like Ma from Massachusetts Visit M. A And it's visit m a dot com unless I'm wrong, and my guest will correct me right after this portions of today's show brought to you by Cura South, offering vacationers, cultural experiences wrapped in history and charming, traditional European architecture..
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"60 degree a couple of trouble spots out there. So let's find out what's going on now and traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three second, Mike Just just when we thought it was safe here, Nicole. Yeah, We've got some issues up to the north. Here. Room. One North is backed up in Peabody. We've gotta crash. It's about a mile up from 1 28. It's just after the traffic lights at the jug handle, so that's route one north. Delays in Peabody. Avoid that stretch. If you can, and 1 20 North bound is slow in Woburn is across just before Washington Street off to the right. In the breakdown lane Roots three and 93 north of both good up to the New Hampshire line. In fact, they were pretty good all day to the south. Things were good with the expressway. Things were finally eased out here from the tunnel down to the Braintree Split about 12 minutes top to bottom. North pounds. Good for those coming in tonight as well. Route three South bounds. Clear. You're moving right along down through hand over into Norwell routes. 24 95 south of both Good coming down from 93. Downtown. Nice and quiet here. Is you coming along? Storrow Drive, You'll enjoy a nice easy ride in past the Longfellow Bridge. The lower deck of 93. The O'Neill tunnels. A leopard down ramp. They're all good. And the mass pikes in good shape as well. My king WBC's traffic on the three for the rest of the night. It's going to get chilly out there for sure. Especially if you're north and west of 4 95 already seeing temperatures in the mid twenties, If you're west of the Connecticut River and Pittsfield and Great Barrington, North Adams most of us tonight if you're west of 4 95 landing up in the lower twenties. About 27 or so if you're right on the coast in Boston for tomorrow, lots of sun, but not warming us up all that much. We got a high about 40 like it was today for tomorrow night. Much like tonight. Clear, Chili lonelier 25 downtown, but teens if you're north and West Then for your Saturday if you want to be outside, enjoy this beautiful weather. Definitely do it. But be sure to where those warm socks and a couple of layers We've got a mix of sun and clouds on Saturday.
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"The nation's top infectious disease doctor, is denouncing an approach to controlling Corona virus. ABC is Erica. Turkey has more on the idea of herd immunity. It's called the Great Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat Covad 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous. This idea that we have the power to protect the vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown That That's not the case while the virus persists, vouch, he urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK, The mayor of Waltham, has issued a
Fauci calls coronavirus herd immunity approach ‘nonsense, very dangerous’
"Heard a lot about the White House embracing a study done by a Harvard doctor about herd immunity. Will, Dr Anthony found she's now denouncing a Koven 19 approach that has been endorsed by some at the White House. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more on that. It's called the Great Barrington Declaration and approach that relies on herd immunity to defeat covert 19. It would protect the elderly and allow the virus to spread among younger people, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC News. It's ridiculous this idea. That we have the power to protect. The vulnerable is total nonsense because history has shown that that's not the case while the virus persists, vouch. He urged American families to think twice about indoor gatherings on Thanksgiving. Aaron Carter Ski, ABC NEWS New YORK All right, and now
White House embracing herd immunity - WHO says letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"
"Embraced the notion of herd immunity, the point at which a disease stop spreading because nearly everyone in the population has contracted it. But the New York Times reports despite the number of people who've been infected 85 to 90% of the American population is still susceptible to the Corona virus. The White House sights what's called the Great Barrington Declaration, which argues against lockdowns and calls for a reopening of businesses and schools recently. The World Health Organization also said it does not advocate lockdowns is the primary means of controlling the virus. Though the head of the W H O said it was unethical to let Covad 19 spread to achieve herd immunity. The University
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"Wbz news time one twentyone a former senior executive at equifax has now been charged with insider trading in connection with last year's massive hack the equifax data breach exposed the personal information of one hundred forty eight million us customers and before news of the breach went public the securities and exchange commission said former equifax information officer john yang sold his shares reaping proceeds of nearly a million dollars the sec said had he waited he would've lost one hundred seventeen thousand young had been in line for a big promotion but was fired last summer now faces criminal and civil charges in georgia where equifax is based aaron katersky abc news and preservationists have received nearly four hundred thousand dollar federal grant to turn a historic black church in great barrington into a community center the berkshire eagle reporting today the national park service african american civil rights grants program has awarded the upper houston tonic valley national heritage area three hundred eighty nine thousand dollars they'll do that to restore the clinton ame zion church building dates back to eighteen eighty seven that church closed its doors in two thousand fourteen and the building has since fallen into disrepair the preservation group that bought the church estimates the.