We are getting back into it this week. 2 weeks ago on March 18th, HR 6201 or The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was put in place. While I know the message we released Sunday said we were going to be talking about this law and the historic stimulus package. We decided that these bills are too important to try to cram together or rush through, and seeing as how the stimulus package is over 850 pages we decided to take our time with that. So this episode is going to be solely focused on the First Families Act and what it does. If we have enough time to put together a quality episode, we will see you Wednesday with the first episode of our series on the stimulus package, if not, then we will be at you on Saturday. But be sure, this law that we are covering today is filled with things that you are going to want to know.
Covid-19 has made everyone change the way they do things. Unfortunately for this show, a lot of those changes have interfered with our ability to maintain our schedule. We will still be producing a show it is just delayed at the moment because we don't want to put out a sub-par product. We expect the show to be released Monday with another show released a few days later and another one released a few days after that as we catch up with the latest legislative activity.
We were going to give another in depth review of the current status of the Covid-19 and address some more myths. But we decided that since we are going to be doing that on the Freedom Train Podcast, and since many people want to talk about something else, we decided to go in a different direction. The Qanons have been around since 2017 as an alt-right conspiracy group that all but worships (and maybe that as well) Donald Trump. The Qanons had a defining documentary come available in January of this year and since it’s been a minute since we’ve gone over a documentary, we decided to get at it. In this episode of Lessons from the Screen we are going to be taking a look at The Fall of the Cabal.
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As Covid-19 continues to spread across the globe, things have ticked up here in America as well. As of Friday the number of cases stood at 1629 with 41 deaths. 46 states and the District of Columbia have reported cases and over 1300 of those cases are still under investigation as to how the person got infected. State governments have taken it upon themselves to start ramping up their own healthcare toolkits in order to treat a growing crisis while the federal government up until recently was employing the I have a dream approach to the issue. But after weeks of negative press, the federal government is finally beginning to wake up and move to support the efforts of local officials. The NBA has shut down, the NCAA has shut down, school districts and universities have closed, and caps on group sizes have been imposed across the country. In this episode of Lessons from the Screen, we are going to be looking at the 2 pieces of legislation pushed by the federal government, some myths that are popping up, and our thoughts in general as we give another update on Covid-19.
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