Jeff Hertzog @jeffhertzog
22 September, 03:27
John Burke @johnburke
07 February, 01:03
'He’s a COWARD': Did Twitter mob just send GoFundMe CEO who nixed Canadian trucker fundraiser into hiding?
Breaker O'Day @Breaker
05 February, 11:57
Looks like after stopping the fundraiser, GoFundMe is going to refund all funds to those who gave them.
#IHateLiberals .
Walk In Verse @walkinverse
05 February, 06:05
Call your banks and dispute your donation to the truckers via GoFundMe. Force it. They want to steal from people, you hit back hard with their pocketbooks. #gofundme #truckersforfreedom #covid #politics #freedom
Anthony Hilder @anthonyjhilder
05 February, 02:54
GoFundMe Seizes $10 Million of Trucker Protest Fundraising, Will Give to Charities Instead
GoFundMe says it won’t be giving the C$10 million ($8 million USD) raised to support the truckers protesting COVID-19 mandates to the organizers anymore, saying it will instead work with the organizers to send the funds to “established charities verified by GoFundMe.”

Breaker O'Day @Breaker
19 January, 04:57
“An off-duty HCSO deputy sustained a possible self-inflicted gunshot wound.” Crowder was a passenger in a pickup truck when she was shot. The driver, an off-duty Houston firefighter, took her to a nearby fire station, and she was rushed to a local hospital, where she later died, police said. The Houston Police Department is investigating, but few details about the incident have been released." This in itself is suspect.

Did the driver shoot her? Anyhow, my prayers are with her family and friends in their time of need. May she rest in peace.
Anthony Hilder @anthonyjhilder
26 October, 01:12
NIH Removes Language on ‘Gain-of-Function’ From Website Amid Criticism Over Funding Chinese Research
The National Institutes of Health altered a key portion of its website last week around the time it disclosed to Congress that experiments it funded in China met the definition of gain-of-function.
The federal agency, known as the NIH, had a detailed explanation of gain-of-function research on its site, noting that the term refers to any research that modifies a biological agent in a way that confers new or enhanced activity to that agent.

But the explanation was wiped between Oct. 19 and Oct. 21—possibly ahead of the NIH’s most recent disclosures on Oct. 20 about research it funded in China that increased the potency of a virus by modifying it.

The updated page now says, in its only referral to type of research, that research involving enhanced potential pandemic pathogens (ePPPs) “is a type of so called ‘gain-of-function’ (GOF) research.”

It claims that “the vast majority of GOF research does not involve ePPP and falls outside the scope of oversight required for research involving ePPPs.”

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