Consequences: The Cure Is Worse Than the Disease (23)

This will be the last one of this series. By now it’s obvious the coronavirus, while deadly, is nowhere near as lethal as advertised. The response to it has been lethal to our freedom and economy, and while that’s being downplayed, the effects will be long lasting and severe, much more so than the coronavirus. In other words, the cure will be indisputably worse than the disease. The final listing:

Europe’s COVID-19 Chaos: Lockdown For Locals, Amnesty For Illegals | Zero Hedge

Indian Cops Use Metal Tool To Grab Social Distancing Dissidents | Zero Hedge

Seattle Cop Prepares To Be Fired After Refusing To Remove Viral Video Reminding Officers Not To Obey ‘Tyrannical Orders’ | Zero Hedge

YouTube CEO Admits Users Don’t Like Boosting Of “Authoritative” Mainstream Channels, But They Do It Anyway | Zero Hedge

Fiscal Disaster: US April Deficit Hits Record $738BN As Government Spends $1 Trillion In One Month | Zero Hedge

SocGen Reportedly Ends Commodity-Financing Biz After $240 Million Loss In Asian Oil-Trading Giant Bankruptcy | Zero Hedge

Lawsuit: Kansas county orders businesses to track customers | The Kansas City Star

American Weapons Manufacturers Are Thriving Even as the US Economy Suffers

Ag Nightmare Could Result In “Corn Mountain” As Prices Collapse | Zero Hedge

World’s Largest Shipper Warns Of Collapsing Volumes, Dashes Hope For V-Shaped Recovery | Zero Hedge

A Third Of Americans Will Remain In Quarantine Even If Instructed To Get Back To Normal Life And Work | Zero Hedge

“Worse Than 2008” – American Pension Funds Report Record Losses In Q1 | Zero Hedge

Latest Sentiment Survey Shows Reasons Behind Consumer Confidence Devastation | Zero Hedge

WA Governor To Residents: COVID-Test-Deniers Will Not Be Allowed To Leave Home To Get Groceries | Zero Hedge

Spending and Deficit Set All-Time Records: Feds Spent $3.3 Trillion Through April While Running $1.48 Trillion Deficit | CNSNews

Wave of COVID-19 bankruptcies poses next threat to US economy

Your Boss Is Watching You: Work-From-Home Boom Leads To More Surveillance : NPR

Manhattan Faces a Reckoning if Working From Home Becomes the Norm – DNyuz

Fear, Isolation, Depression: The Mental Health Fallout of a Worldwide Pandemic | The Pew Charitable Trusts

Alcohol and drug use rise amid COVID-19 crisis, survey shows | McClatchy Washington Bureau

Unicef warns lockdown could kill more than Covid-19 as model predicts 1.2 million child deaths

Nationwide Lockdown Sparks Plunge In Local Govt Tax Revenues; Cuts In Services Strike As Demand Soars | Zero Hedge

Lockdown-Defying Speakeasies Cropping Up Across Manhattan | Zero Hedge

The Real Killer Is COVID-Lockdown-Driven Unemployment | Zero Hedge

Hertz Cancels 90% Of New Car Purchases, Further Pressuring Already Desperate Automakers | Zero Hedge

Nearly 40% of low-income workers lost their jobs in March – CNN

Thousands of Pigs Rot in Compost as U.S. Faces Meat Shortage

Private jet company founded by Trump donor gets $27 million bailout

Company tied to Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale gets PPP loan – CBS News

China Has Jailed Hundreds Of People For Questioning Official COVID-19 Narrative, Report | Zero Hedge

Economic Virus Shock Crushes America’s Working Poor, Fed Finds | Zero Hedge

1 Million Students At California Universities To Stay Home Next Fall As Campuses Go ‘Online Only’ | Zero Hedge

JC Penney Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy | Zero Hedge

US Oil Rig Count Crashes To 11-Year Lows: “There’s A Double Risk On The Horizon” | Zero Hedge

The Perpetual Crisis: Now The WHO Is Telling Us That COVID-19 “May Never Go Away” | Zero Hedge

Job Openings Plunge Most On Record Amid Mass Layoffs, Plunge In Hiring | Zero Hedge

US Industrial Production Plunges By Most In Over 100 Years | Zero Hedge

Sabo Street Art Calls Out California, L.A. Coronavirus Lockdown Overreach

Government Could Enforce Who You’re Allowed To Socialize With Via Tracking App | Zero Hedge

People flock to NYC-area bars, beaches as ‘quarantine fatigue’ intensifies

Democratic governors hit with flurry of legal challenges to coronavirus lockdowns – POLITICO

Navajo Nation residents to be under strictest lockdown yet

Stores Stress Over How to Handle a Customer Who Won’t Wear a Mask – WSJ

Fury in Germany with thousands protest across country over lockdown measures | Daily Mail Online

‘Tidal Wave’ Of Delinquent Mortgages Set To Surpass Great Recession | Zero Hedge

State Lockdowns Are Creating a Mental Health Disaster | Mises Wire

Big Tech Is Turning Hospitals Into Real-Time Surveillance Centers | Zero Hedge

Veterans Affairs Police Buy Riot Gear, Citing COVID-19 Pandemic | Zero Hedge

Bars And Restaurants Allowed To Reopen If They Agree To Snitch On Customers | Zero Hedge

Over 4 million Americans are now skipping their mortgage payments – MarketWatch

Bill de Blasio says anyone who tries to swim at a NYC beach will be ‘taken right out of the water’ and fences may go up – The US Sun

COVID-19 data sharing with law enforcement sparks concern

French Children Confined to Dystopian ‘Play Squares’ as Schools Reopen

25% Of US Restaurants Will Never Reopen: Opentable

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