The Roundup: Week Ending August 20, 2022
The RoundUp collects the most recent news, listens and observations that caught my attention. This entry highlights:
In light of the FBI raiding President Trump’s Florida home, one writer tracks some other disturbing cases.
Policy changes at the CDC for COVID
Do you remember when we did this…? A video that highlights some of the crazy things that happened during COVID.
More shakeups at CNN
Billy Graham’s four “rules”
A feminist pushes back on the sexual revolution
What’s with the FBI?
Tristan Justice has a sobering piece over on The Federalist where he documents 25 disturbingly botched examples from the FBI1:
Misleading Congress, DOJ Leaders, Trump
Jan. 6 Capitol Riot
Kamala Harris on Jan. 6
March 4, 2021
Hunter Biden Suppression
Gretchen Whitmer Plot
Ralph Northam Plot
Sen. Ted Stevens’ Conviction
Rep. Jeff Fortenberry’s Conviction
Pulse Nightclub Shooting
Texas Synagogue Attack
Congressional Baseball Shooter
Inflating Extremism Cases
Ignoring Larry Nassar Abuse
Demonizing James Rosen
Deadly Wrongful Conviction
Changing COVID Policies at the CDC
After last week’s two-years-late policy changes at the CDC regarding COVID2, Ian Miller over at Unmasked goes scorched earth taking the CDC, Dr. Fauci and school districts to task:
Three key factions continue to work together in conjunction to prolong the pandemic.
“Experts” like Dr. Fauci, whose massive ego led to a bewildering claim to stand for “truth,” have helped contribute legitimacy to school administrators incapable of moving past their politically motivated restrictions.
The CDC, whose guidance that was much too late to fix the damage caused by their incompetence and who still haven’t ended the unscientific ban on unvaccinated travelers.
And school administrators who appeal to authority to justify their inability to move past politically motivated restrictions.3
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