Most of the approximately 400 Americans still languishing in jail are there under scurrilous accusations of “insurrection,” a false narrative drummed into the heads of Americans by a dishonest media and corrupt politicians. They are being held under some of the most horrendous conditions present in the entire Western world.
Curtis Zy-Keith Means was born on July 5, 2020, at a gestational age of 21 weeks, one day, making him 132 days premature. He weighed less than a pound (14.8 ounces), and doctors gave him an “almost 0 percent chance of survival,” Guinness said. His twin sister, C’Asya Means, died one day later.
This is an excerpt from the author’s new book, “A Plague Upon Our House,” which releases December 7 and is available now for preorder.
[CDC Director Robert] Redfield’s congressional testimony on September 23 immediately caught my attention. I watched in disbelief as Redfield told Congress that “more than 90 percent of the population”—more than three hundred million people in the US—remains susceptible to the illness.
The Atlantic published an essay on the eve of Thanksgiving, calling on readers to utilize family Thanksgiving get-togethers to “deprogram” and sow doubt in conservative relatives, suggesting that one may even succeed in changing their mind or perhaps “need to report [them] to the FBI!”
At the time, Sullivan was standing just outside the hospital entrance with a large pro-life sign which read: “Unborn babies matter.”
“I was just standing there by myself. And this lady wanted to talk to me. And usually, it’s pretty negative,” said Sullivan, who, for the past two years, has stood outside the hospital entrance with his pro-life signs every day for over an hour, quietly praying. “And she said, ‘Well, I saw your sign and I’m keeping my baby.’”