Christian Anti-Healers

My daughter and her family are Anti-Healers, as was my family, and attorney Sydney Morris of the law firm of Robert Brevoort Buck. The Anti-Healing I have blogged on for many years, is now a National Religious Cult and Moral Plague that goes against the teaching of Jesus. I suspect the Tea Party Obstructionists are behind this Anti-Shot Death Cult because they opposed Obamacare.

After agreeing in writing to be my Trustee, Heather Hanson bonded with a raging alcoholic whose father was a Tea Party leader. The Cornwell grunts went after me and my family. I watched them turn my daughter into an alcoholic, thus destroying the Family Healing I began. I was also my famous sister’s teacher. Vicki Presco dropped out as Christine’s Executor. She should have gotten behind my recovery, and encouraged me to paint so that I could have a show in the Rosamond Gallery that could have been a National Showcase for Healing. The miracle of my only child coming into my life, was utterly destroyed. Koo-Koo Killers for Khrist are hell bent on INFECTING their neighbors in order to get attention. I have such dangerous neighbors. They went after innocent cats.

The Kult leader of the Khristian Anti-Healers had his Goon Squad of God go after the Free Press, that are protected by our Constitution. David Donald, King of Bullshitters, has outdone Jim Jones, and has gotten once sane people to drink the Un-holy Kool-aid. To not get vaccinated – is to drink the poison! Committing suicide has been punished by the Church, who did not allow one to be buried on church property – because they are damned by Jesus who is PRO-LIFE! No one owns the right – TO PASS DEATH ON TO OTHERS! There should be a law passed to take back the Government Stimulus Checks from those who encourage others not to get vaccinated. These Healing Haters should be kept out of retirement homes, and their children, lest they infect all seniors. They should not be allowed in movie theatres, and major sporting events.

The drunk in the orange t-shirt was called “Flip”. This ex-bartender refused to shake my hand when we met. He had plans to go into a Bar&Grill business with my daughter, Heather Hanson, who was hitting me up for the inheritance I got from my uncle – as the Trustee of my Special Needs Trust. She and Bill Cornwell called me a “parasite”. My Governor is spending millions of dollars – to bribe lunatics to get vaccinated. Flip died of acute alcoholism four months after toasting my grandson in a bar. My doughier and her drunken aunt, Linda Comstock, still make me out to be a Social Pariah.

John Presco

White Evangelical Resistance Is Obstacle in Vaccination Effort – The New York Times (

Bill Barr and the Trump DOJ were even more criminally out of control than we thought – Palmer Report

The Jonestown Massacre: Paradise Lost (Cult Documentary) | Real Stories – YouTube

  • New drone footage, shot by Reuters, shows hundreds of bodies buried in the banks of the Ganges River in India.
  • The country’s hospitals and crematoriums have been struggling amid a deadly second COVID-19 wave.
  • The river is seen as a viable alternative for Indian funeral rites as its believed to have purifying powers.

Gov. Kate Brown announced Friday lottery prizes ranging from $10,000 to $1 million for Oregonians vaccinated against COVID-19 — a strategy meant to address the dramatically decreasing numbers of residents inoculated each day.

All residents 18 and older who’ve received at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine by June 27 will be entered into the “Take Your Shot Oregon” lottery, which will be held on June 28.

Many high-profile conservative pastors and institutional leaders have endorsed the vaccines. Franklin Graham told his 9.6 million Facebook followers that Jesus would advocate for vaccination. Pastor Robert Jeffress commended it from an anti-abortion perspective on Fox News. (“We talk about life inside the womb being a gift from God. Well, life outside the womb is a gift from God, too.”) The president of the Southern Baptist Convention, J.D. Greear, tweeted a photo of himself receiving a shot.

But other influential voices in the sprawling, trans-denominational movement, especially those who have gained their stature through media fame, have sown fears. Gene Bailey, the host of a prophecy-focused talk show on the Victory Channel, warned his audience in March that the government and “globalist entities” will “use bayonets and prisons to force a needle into your arm.” In a now-deleted TikTok post from an evangelical influencer’s account that has more than 900,000 followers, she dramatized being killed by authorities for refusing the vaccine.

Dr. Simone Gold, a prominent Covid-19 skeptic who was charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct in the Jan. 6 Capitol siege, told an evangelical congregation in Florida that they were in danger of being “coerced into taking an experimental biological agent.”

The evangelical radio host Eric Metaxas wrote “Don’t get the vaccine” in a tweet on March 28 that has since been deleted. “Pass it on,” he wrote.

The Trump Department of Justice received secret access to several reporters’ phone and email accounts. The content was not available to them but the recipients’ email and phone record of contact was given to them.

The reasons that this is a big deal is that:

1) records were obtained secretly.

2) the person and their organization were not notified within 90 days after the records were obtained.

3) Bill Barr had to have authorized secretly getting these records but didn’t follow required procedures.

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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    I told you so! John ‘Son of Jesus’……A number of high-profile Republicans are now urging people to get the COVID-19 vaccine
    Deaths from COVID-19 in the US are largely attributed to the unvaccinated population
    Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville has said the jabs are “effective, safe, and don’t cost you a dime.”
    Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories.
    High-profile Republicans are switching from a previous vaccine hesitant stance and now urging Americans to get their COVID-19 vaccines, as soon as possible.

    Only two weeks ago at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, attendees cheered and clapped that Biden had not been able to”sucker” people and had missed his goal of vaccinating 70% of adults. Vaccine hesitancy on the right had metastasized into outright hostility.

    But the mood music has changed again as the Delta variant rips through the red states where low vaccination rates are filling hospital ICU’s at an alarming rate.

    On Thursday, Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama, who for much of the coronavirus pandemic resisted public-health measures, criticized her state’s unvaccinated population.

    “I don’t know, you tell me,” she said when asked what it would take to get more people vaccinated. “Folks supposed to have common sense. But it’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks, not the regular folks. It’s the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down.”

    Alabama has the fourth-lowest vaccination rate nationwide, according to a New York Times tracker.

    Ivey followed a slew of Republican big-hitters to call for a greater vaccination urgency. Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell led this movement, urging people on Tuesday, to ignore the “demonstrably bad advice” which spreads mistrust of the vaccines, and said, “If there is anybody out there willing to listen: Get vaccinated.”

    Read more: Meet the government worker who cut through months’ worth of federal bureaucracy in 10 days to help millions of Americans get vaccinated

    Ron DeSantis – Governor of Florida, where 1 in 5 Covid cases in the USA are – told the public in the Trump heartland: “If you are vaccinated, fully vaccinated, the chance of you getting seriously ill or dying from COVID is effectively zero … These vaccines are saving lives,” he said during a press conference.

    Donald Trump, Ron DeSantis are posing for a picture: President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on November 26, 2019 in Sunrise, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images© Joe Raedle/Getty Images President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on November 26, 2019 in Sunrise, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images
    Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville is another high-profile Republican exhibiting a change in tune. He took to Twitter July 21 to say that the vaccines are “effective, safe, and don’t cost you a dime.”

    Joining the Republican U-turn, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) – who had previously attempted to block Senate funding for the COVID-19 vaccine in tandem with his anti-vaxx stance – received his dose of the vaccine, telling people they should get theirs and that it is “safe and effective.”

    He added: “When you talk to people who run hospitals, in New Orleans or other states, 90% of people in hospitals with Delta variant have not been vaccinated. That’s another signal the vaccine works,” The Times-Picayune reported.

    President Biden and the head of the CDC, have called the current state of COVID-19 in the USA the “pandemic of the unvaccinated.”

    Three strongly GOP states account for 40% of Covid cases – Florida, Missouri, and Texas – announced White House pandemic response coordinator Jeff Zients at a press briefing on July 21.

    Rob Wilson, former GOP strategist and founder of the Lincoln Project, said on Twitter that he believes this change in tone is a polling strategy – the result of a realization that it may not be politically palpable to reject the vaccine whilst COVID-19 deaths and cases surge.

    So far, less than half of the US population has had their COVID-19 vaccine, with 63,818 new cases recorded across the country on July 22 alone.

    Read the original article on Business Insider

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