Navy Ban on Attending Indoor Religious Service

https://www.military.com/daily-news/2020/07/10/navy-drops-ban-attending-indoor-religious-services-off-base.html

Under pressure, the Navy has dropped its ban on sailors attending indoor religious services off-base, so long as they wear face masks and maintain social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

US military coronavirus cases more than doubled in the last 3 weeks

https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/01/politics/coronavirus-cases-double-us-military/index.html

The number of active-duty military personnel infected with the novel coronavirus has more than doubled in the last three weeks, according to new figures published by the Defense Department.As of Wednesday, 6,493 US service members had the virus, up from 2,807 on June 10. And in the last two weeks alone, the number of cases in the Air Force has almost doubled. On June 15, there were 700 reported cases, but by Monday that had jumped to 1,366.

https://coronavirus.1point3acres.com/

Trump free Longtime Friend, Roger Stone from Prison

It looks like Trump knows he cannot win in the next Presidential Election. That’s why he freed his longtime friend, Roger Stone while he is still President.

This is Trump’s Law & Order.

Roger Stone even threatened to kill a witness and his dog. He might be doing for decades as campaign consultant for Republican. He might have actually killed several people or more.

Even though Trump said on his rally “Coronavirus is FAKE! NOBODY has been died because of Coronavirus.”, he insisted his longtime friend, Roger Stone might die in prison because of Coronavirus and should be released from a prison.

Trump is so corrupted that he uses his power to pardon his longtime friend, Roger Stone.

Major Explosion Rocks Iran Again, the 3rd Blast in 3 Weeks

nytimes.com/2020/07/09/world/middleeast/iran-explosion.html

The precise location of Friday’s explosion was unclear, but analysts said there are several military and training facilities in the area.

An explosion rocked western Tehran early Friday, state media reported, causing widespread power failures in two residential areas and unnerving Iranians awakened for the third consecutive week by an early-morning blast.

The precise location of Friday’s explosion was unclear, but analysts said there were several military and training facilities in the area that could be the target of sabotage. A cause was not immediately determined.

“There are two underground facilities, a site associated with chemical weapons research and an unidentified military production site,” said Fabian Hinz, an Iran military expert and research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

It was the third major explosion to have occurred in Iran between midnight and 3 a.m. over three consecutive weeks.