QAnon Updates — April 28th 2020 (3989 to 4002)
Archives for 04/28/2020
(Mia Jankowicz) The Pentagon on Monday released three videos of “unidentified aerial phenomena” — more commonly referred to as UFOs — after years of speculation about them.
(The Daily Wire) Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) told Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo on Sunday that he believes that China allowed flights out of Wuhan during the coronavirus outbreak “because they didn’t want to see their relative power and standing in the world decline because this virus was contained within China.”
(Paul Bois) Actress Susan Sarandon has proven to be quite the enigma in recent years. Though undeniably far-left, she has now publicly expressed support for Joe Biden accuser Tara Reade, even as the mainstream media tirelessly covers for him.
(Catherine Bolton) As the pandemic swept the globe and left entire communities sheltering at home to slow its spread, hundreds upon thousands have found themselves without a way to work and pay their bills. But for a handful of residents in Montclair, New Jersey, a particularly empathetic landlord has made sure that there’s no added stress in their lives by canceling rent for the next three months.
(Dr. Michael Salla) China is on schedule to launch an orbiter and rover to Mars in July 2020 in a mission called Tianwen-1 – meaning ‘questions to heaven’. While the mission goals for Tianwen-1 appear very mundane – mapping the surface and extracting soil samples – one of the “questions to heaven” that the Chinese are very interested in answering is: “are multiple insider accounts of a German space colony that moved to Mars from Antarctica in the 1950s/1960s true?”
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(Jon Rappoport) A growing number of groups in US states are preparing protests against the lockdowns on May 1.
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(Elias Marat) The coronavirus pandemic has put most of our social lives on hold or reduced it to a pale shadow of what it was. And for many of us, there is a definite limit to how much fun we can inject into our quarantine lifestyles through games and binge-watching Netflix.