A massive wave of evictions is coming. Temporary bans won't help.
BANGER NOTE : What's going to happen when these people are on the streets. Step by step we're heading for a repeat of the great depression. Someone told you that months ago. But his name escapes me.
Coronavirus traces found in Massachusetts wastewater at levels far higher than expected
- Researchers from biotech startup Biobot Analytics collected samples from a wastewater facility for an unnamed metropolitan area in late March, according to a report Tuesday on medRxiv.
BANGER NOTES : Remember when I told you to stock up on water? Don't be surprized if they turn off the tap and blame it on the boggie woogie virus.
Major Meat Processors Shutting Down Plants As Employees Get Sick With COVID-19
- Tyson, one of the world’s largest meat processors, suspended operations at its Columbus Junction, Iowa, pork plant this week after more than two dozen workers contracted Covid-19 there.
BANGER NOTE : Better get that meat soon folks. We're going to be running into shortages. IF not full blow empty shelves like many other things. They are slowly starving us out. A lot of good that $1,200 will do.
Fed Is Seizing Control of the Entire U.S. Bond Market
- There’s no other way to interpret the central bank’s sweeping measures announced Thursday, which together provide as much as $2.3 trillion in loans to support the economy. It will wade into the $3.9 trillion U.S. municipal-bond market to an unprecedented degree, can now purchase “fallen angel” bonds from companies that have recently lost their investment-grade ratings, and has expanded its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility to include top-rated commercial mortgage-backed securities and collateralized loan obligations.
BANGER NOTE : We are watching a hostile take over by the power elite in all facets of our system. Industry, the airlines and our municipal-bonds.
Whitmer extends Michigan's stay-home order through April 30, adds restrictions
- Beginning Friday, people aren't allowed to travel between homes they own in Michigan or to vacation rentals, and large retail stores must cordon off areas dedicated to furniture, gardening and paint, which aren't viewed as essential supplies. But residents are allowed to travel back to Michigan from another state or go to homes or places of residence outside the state.
BANGER NOTE : Whitless Gretchen once again restricts the wrong things or is too little too late. You can't go to home depot to pick up mulch, but you can drive to Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and drive back. This genius of the lowest order should of restricted state to state travel 6 weeks ago. Limiting only Michigan residence or Truckers with essential goods to enter. After a generous screening at the border.
For the last 3 weeks painting & gardening were fine. Exposing all those front line workers, in those retail outlets to as much COVID-19 nonessentials as they could handle. But now that the weather is turning nice. So, you arent allowed to do those essential repairs on your home or plant that garden so you can eat later this summer. Are you getting the picture?