Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – October 3, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

Hover over the image below and a gray bar pops up at the bottom—scroll through the pdf, use direction arrows, zoom in or out, download the PDF, or view in full-screen mode. This Week’s Top Headlines Include: HEADLINES Shot 6 times, Milford officer says family is his motivation to recover Patriots for Delaware says it found proof of election fraud …

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Patriots for Delaware says it found proof of election fraud

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

230-plus people file out of Tuesday’s Patriots of Delaware election fraud meeting in Milford.     Patriots for Delaware on Tuesday said they had evidence of dead people voting in the November 2020 election as well as nursing homes submitting more ballots than they had available beds. The group doesn’t believe the fraud they claim to have found would have …

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More than 100 attend panel on alternative COVID-19 treatments

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

  Update: This story has been altered to reflect a change of employment by a panel member. More than 100 people gathered in Newark Monday evening to hear a panel of medical officials offer alternative ways to deal with COVID-19. Panelists denounced COVID-19 vaccines and advocated alternative treatments such as horse dewormer ivermectin, antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine, vitamins and essential oils, …

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Among education options is ‘unschooling,’ anti-mask parents told

Charlie Megginson Education, Headlines

Parents who don’t want their kids going back to school wearing masks heard about a variety of options Thursday night during a town hall meeting at Milford Senior Center. The choices included traditional education alternatives, including private and parochial schools, homeschooling, learning pods and even “unschooling.”  The town hall discussion was hosted by the conservative group Patriots for Delaware, which …

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Learning pods, microschools planned to take kids out of state schools

Charlie Megginson Education, Government, Headlines

A group of Delawareans upset about the state’s school mask mandate are working to create alternative education methods for students.  The group hopes to build coalitions of parents, retired teachers, and experienced homeschoolers to offer learning pods, micro-schools, and tutors. “Essentially what we’re organizing right now and looking at bringing back is the one-room schoolhouse,” said James Davidson of Patriots …

Moms say they will keep kids home rather than send to school masked

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

Some Delaware parents say they will keep their children out of classrooms rather than send them wearing a mask. Some parents who oppose Gov. John Carney’s mandate requiring school children and those in childcare to wear masks indoors say they will not send their kids back to school. “For my kid personally, it’s not good for his mental state,” said …