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TIDBITS: THIS WEEK’S HONORABLE MENTIONS

May 8, 2020 By Joseph P. Farrell

This week for the first time in a few weeks, not all the stories that were honorable mentions concern the Fauci-Leiber-Wuhan virus hysteria. Thanks to V.T., C.V., B., L.G.L.R., S.H.,  C.A.F., B., and J.K., for sending in articles and stories.

First, here's the Fauci-virus round up:

Here's an important article about Romans 13:1 cited by many church authorities as the basis for their shutting down services due to the virus story; and for those who get it, it's another reason I still use the King James:

Enough With Romans 13

Gates Admits 700,000 People May Die from his Vaccine

UPDATED: Dr. Fauci Likely Broke US Regulations and US Law When He Funded Wuhan Lab to Continue Coronavirus Projects That Were Banned in US in 2014

Coronavirus Mutates Into Now-Dominant, More Contagious Form As Doctors Ponder 'East Coast vs. West Coast' Strains

BRYAN FISCHER Fauci knew about HCQ in 2005 -- nobody needed to die

And fortunately this week we had other stories in our honorable mentions (and a big thank you for that!):

Dramatic end of plasma crystal experiment

"Not A Bluff": White House Might Pull US Military & Intelligence From UK Over China's Huawei

Jeffrey Epstein Had Office at Harvard After Conviction

And this disturbing story from 2019:

Scientists Grew Tiny Human Brains and Hooked Them up to Robots Oh yeah, and they sent them to space, too.