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Drug Dealer: People Are “Panic Buying” Cocaine and Weed to Cope With Coronavirus Lockdown

“The amounts of cannabis they’re buying is ridiculous.”

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A top drug dealer in the UK has revealed that people are “panic buying” cocaine and marijuana to help them get through the coronavirus lockdown.

The drug dealer, who has 20 dealers out on the street and 200 regular customers, told the Guardian, “People are panicking – the amounts of cannabis they’re buying is ridiculous – so we are just dealing to regulars now.”

He says that the price of cocaine is set to surge because there are no new shipments coming in from abroad for at least 6 weeks.

“I’m maintaining the same prices I’ve always charged but I’m concerned that, when stock begins to run low, people higher up the chain will charge more or cut the cocaine and decrease its quality,” said the dealer.

He added that people running out of money due to becoming unemployed as a result of the quarantine remains a primary concern, “but we’ll always have the regular cokeheads who buy most days.”

Dealers are also offering to take bank transfers from regular customers and post drugs through the letterbox to cut down on potentially spreading the coronavirus infection.

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ABC Journalist Jonathan Karl Caught in Yet Another Moment of Mask Hypocrisy

Removes it immediately after press briefing ended.

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ABC’s Chief News Correspondent Jonathan Karl, who has tried to ‘mask shame’ others in the past, was caught in another moment of hypocrisy after he was seen removing his mask inside the White House press room immediately after the press briefing ended.

“ABC’s @JonKarl thought all the cameras were off, so he removes his mask while still in the White House briefing room, proving for the millionth time the media hacks are the ultimate hypocrites,” tweeted Mark Dice.

The clip shows Karl violating COVID rules by removing his mask while all the other people inside the room leave theirs on.

The scene is particularly ironic because Karl has made a point of trying to ‘mask shame’ others in the past for not covering up.

Back in May, Karl tweeted, “Almost everybody in the Rose Garden is wearing a mask — almost everybody,” tweeted Karl, along with four images of news reporters in the Rose Garden all wearing masks apart from Fox News’ John Roberts, who had briefly removed it.

However, Karl himself was previously caught not wearing a mask while picking up tacos in DC on Cinco de Mayo. Pictures show him walking around talking on the phone without a mask while others in the background wear them.

As we previously highlighted, CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins, who tried to shame Trump administration officials for not wearing face masks, was forced to go on the defensive after she was caught removing her own mask immediately after a press briefing ended.

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CDC Tells Americans to Avoid Alcohol and Singing During Thanksgiving Gatherings

Woop woop, it’s the sound of the fun police.

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The CDC has published a lengthy list of guidelines for how people should behave at Thanksgiving gatherings, including avoiding singing, keeping noise levels down and limiting alcohol consumption.

Basically, anything fun is frowned upon ‘because COVID’.

The guidelines appear on the official CDC website under the heading ‘Holiday Celebrations and Small Gatherings’ and include literally dozens of “considerations for small gatherings of family and friends.”

“Encourage guests to avoid singing or shouting, especially indoors. Keep music levels down so people don’t have to shout or speak loudly to be heard,” states the website.

Consumption of alcohol is listed as a “high risk activity” that “may alter judgment and make it more difficult to practice COVID-19 safety measures.”

The guidelines also state that people must wear masks, stay 6 feet apart from people they don’t live with along with a virtual essay length list of suggested behaviors that are impossible to uphold and would completely ruin the occasion.

Respondents to the guidelines on Twitter were not very impressed.

“Code for… Avoid Living. This is not the American experience,” said one.

“Up next…no laughing, talking or blinking,” said another.

“What in God’s name would music levels have to do with virus transmissions?” asked another.

“But large gatherings of BLM and Anqueefa shouting “f*ck the police” are ok,” added another.

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Global Transport Body Developing “Travel Pass” App To Link Proof Of Vaccination To Passports

No vaccination, no airplane ticket

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The world’s largest air transport lobby group is developing a global ‘COVID travel pass’ app that will link vaccination status and coronavirus test results to a person’s travel documents.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents airlines all over the world, has announced that its app will be trialed by British Airways’ parent company IAG SA before the end of the year, with the full roll out expected to be in the first months of 2021.

It will be available for all Apple and Android mobile devices and will display an electronic version of a person’s passport along with official ‘proof of vaccination’ and test results.

“Our main priority is to get people traveling again safely. That means giving governments confidence that systematic Covid-19 testing can work as a replacement for quarantine requirements,” said IATA Senior Vice President Nick Careen. 

IATA Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac also told Deutsche Welle news agency that the body is proposing a systematic testing procedure for all passengers wishing to fly.

The IATA’s travel pass is distinct from the CommonPass, a program sponsored by the World Economic Forum, which is pushing for a post-COVID “Great Reset” that would transform the world.

A third ‘COVID passport’ app called the AOKpass from travel security firm International SOS is currently undergoing trials  between Abu Dhabi and Pakistan.

International SOS co-founder Arnaud Vaissie told reporters that “There is massive pent-up demand,” as well as “tremendous fear about traveling and this is what we are trying to mitigate.”

The developments come on the heels of the CEO of Qantas Airlines declaring that the COVID-19 vaccine will be mandatory for anyone boarding flights, and that this will become the norm for all international travel.

Qantas has also said it will likely adopt the ‘travel pass’ app being developed by the IATA. 

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