Apr 19, 2020 17:45 UTC
Apr 19, 2020 at 17:45 UTC
Bitcoin Escalates As Protests Sweep the United States
Since Thursday, America has accounted for the highest bitcoin with the uptrend of $700 to $7,200. At present, Ethereum is expected to rise by 7% to above $180, its highest level since martial law was imposed on Milan.
A major contributor to the rise is the endless money printing. Moreover, major contributors may be protest sweeping America against the endless lockdowns.
There have been protests in North Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio, Utah, Virginia, Michigan, Virginia, Utah, and Florida. Demonstrations are scheduled for New York, Washington, Pennsylvania, Washington, and other states.
Donald Trump, the President of the United States, completely agreed on the tweet which states that they are no longer participating in the destruction of Racine County business. The interference is granted by the Constitutions.
Some of the lawsuits are directed personally against “experts” in the health bureaucracy. Whereas some of the lawsuits are focused on governors for breaching the constitutions, while some state lawmakers say they will closely monitor potential legal proceedings that don’t involve lawsuits.
Eric Moustos states that Quarantine is now sicking people mentally, but if people want to stay healthy then that’s tyranny. The people are rising to make their voice heard in the face of the media telling them 90% agree with endless lockdowns.
Hong Kong remains stable too as their authorities lock up 14 organizers of the Free Hong Kong protests. Whereas in South Africa, they have descended into chaos. Local media states that Mr President, the people are witnessing a crucial food crisis. It is almost a war going on, but now with the virus.
The desperate video was posted on social media to show Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa who extended a five-week lockdown to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic from the country. She states that the people have broken into tuck shops. The cops have become cruel and attacking people. The simple reason behind this is the lack of groceries and hunger.