The Kenosha Kid ventilated three felons in an apparent case of self defense, killing two. Now he needs the best legal defense money can buy. The problem is that Facebook is calling the direct link to his fundraiser “against community standards.”
Here’s my plan. I’m going to link the fundraiser directly right here on this page. Then you can share this link on Facebook and encourage your 2A friends to give to his legal defense. All the money here goes to a legal firm led by Lin Wood, the guy who sued CNN for Covington High School student Nick Sandmann.
Click on the photo to go directly to the donation site
Our daily numbers show the following changes from yesterday
7,074 new tests
497 new cases
2 fewer hospitalizations
7 more deaths
Back down to a more normal number of tests, and a more normal number of cases. Note, more than 7,000 test results on a Sunday of a holiday weekend is apparently “the new normal.” Previously we were seeing half that on weekends. 7,000 tests was a reasonable weekday test number only last week. Testing has very seriously ramped up.
North Carolina has reported its highest one-day spike in new COVID-19 cases, a development that comes a day after the state entered its second phase of re-opening.
In a statement Saturday, the state’s Department of Health and Human Services reported 1,107 infections – around 250 more cases than the state’s last highest daily tally.
Here’s what they don’t tell you. Today they had 26,358 test results returned, which is more than double the largest number of tests results returned on a single day, and that previous record was 2 days ago. This is a MASSIVE ramping up of testing. Today’s positive tests represent 4.20% of the total number of test results today. Compare that to the cumulative test result average of 6.90%.
But did NPR tell us the good news that the “spike” in cases was purely an artifact of massively increased testing? Nope.