Breaking: Federal Mask Mandate (Do THIS To Stay Safe)

By order of the White House, government agencies have recently reinstated mask mandates at federal buildings. This comes on the heels of surging COVID cases, in part due to the spread of the "Delta" variant.

While data suggests that wearing masks does help reduce the spread of COVID-19, health experts continue to champion frequent hand-washing as an effective way to reduce your risk of contracting the virus.

The #1 thing I recommend to do frequently is regular, thorough hand-washing with warm water and soap.

But there is one important step most Americans ignore, and this can go a long way toward keeping your body safe.

It's so important that your hand-washing technique may be leaving you vulnerable to illness or even death...

Click here to watch the quick video where Dr. Joshua Levitt explains the RIGHT way to wash your hands if you want to keep your health protected.

(No, it’s not another lathering technique, or a little song you can sing… I promise you’ve never heard about this.)

I think you’ll wonder why you didn’t start doing this months ago…

Let me show you the one critical step for the right way to wash your hands and protect your immune system.

PS - Did you know that the way you wash your hands could be making things worse instead of better?

Watch the quick video and see if you’re unknowingly “leaving your fortress unguarded” and putting yourself at risk.


n the town of Elkerton, Marvin Mange (Rob Schneider) is an awkward, clumsy nice-guy who dreams of being a police officer like his dad was. He continuously attempts to pass the physical test to become a full-fledged police officer. Despite his repeated attempts, he is unable to finish the obstacle course. Marvin gets constantly mistreated by heartless and sleazy police sergeant Doug Sisk (John C. McGinley). He works in the police station as an evidence clerk and is friends with airport security guard Miles (Guy Torry) who is a victim of "reverse racism" and fellow cadet Fatty (Louis Lombardi). One day, while alone at the station, he receives a robbery call from a restaurant owned by Mr. Tam (Raymond Ma). With no other officers responding to the call, he attempts to take it himself but ends up driving off the road, tumbling down a mountain and seriously injuring himself. Just as the car finally comes to a stop, a boulder falls on top of it and he passes out. Days later, Marvin returns to his normal life with no memory of what had happened. Suddenly, he's full of life while not noticing surgical marks on his back and fur on his rear end. He can outrun horses, mean dogs are now scared of him, and he does not need his asthma medicine. He thinks it is due to his late-night TV purchase of "Badger Milk", which is guaranteed in the ads to make him stronger. One day at the park, Marvin meets Rianna (Colleen Haskell) while she's out walking her dogs. His animal-like tendencies are slowly taking him over. When a frisbee is thrown in his direction, he cannot control himself, and he jumps to catch it in his mouth. He goes to the airport to talk to Miles about his problem. While there, Marvin sniffs out a man trying to hide heroin in his rectum. For uncovering a drug smuggler, Marvin is declared a hero and is made a full-fledged police officer by Chief Marion Wilson (Edward Asner). As days go by, Marvin's animal instincts are becoming stronger. He often wakes up in strange places, and subsequently, hears about animal attacks that occurred in the middle of the night. Because of these attacks, the mad scientist Dr. Wilder (Michael Caton) believes that Marvin is out of control. Dr. Wilder takes him to his laboratory, and explains about the grafts and transplants that saved Marvin's life and gave him remarkable animal powers with certain troublesome side effects. Later at a party thrown by the Mayor of Elkington (Scott Wilson), Marvin chases after a cat and destroys everything around him and gets fired by Chief Wilson as a result. During his reprimand, he hears something, jumps into the nearby lake and rescues the mayor's son (Bret Smrz) using powers derived from a sea lion and a dolphin. He is swiftly reinstated. Chief Wilson questions Marvin about the late-night attacks on cows owned by Bob Harris (Bob Rubin) because one of the witnesses made a police sketch and it looks like Marvin. Chief Wilson puts Marvin on paid leave. Rianna goes to Marvin's house, where he has barricaded himself inside. They spend the night together, but Marvin wants to be tied up so he cannot hurt anyone. In the morning, he finds himself untied, courtesy of Rianna. Suddenly, the police show up outside. An attack on a hunter later happened that night and the police have come for Marvin. Rianna convinces him to run. Marvin escapes to the woods, where a huge chase ensues. The police have organized an angry mob as a search party to capture Marvin. While running through the woods, Marvin finds Dr. Wilder. The scientist tells him that there was another "patient" of his that is out of control, and he is in the woods looking for it. Dr. Wilder's pursuit is hindered due to getting claws on one of his feet. Sgt. Sisk confronts Marvin and is about to shoot him. Suddenly, the other "animal" jumps from a tree and defeats Sisk. The other "animal" is Rianna which is witnessed by Dr. Wilder, Miles, and Fatty as she only attacked the hunter who would've attacked the turkey vulture that she released into the wild. Just then, the angry mob and the police arrive to take out Marvin. Miles takes the blame for everything and orders the mob to do what they should do. Once the mob thinks a black man was responsible, the mob members don't want to take action causing Chief Wilson to call off the hunt much to the dismay of Miles. One year later, Marvin and Rianna get married, open an animal sanctuary, and have a litter of children that each look like Marvin. While watching television, they see Dr. Wilder win the Nobel Prize. He says he owes it all to his fiancée Yolanda, who is the same woman from the Badger Milk commercial. When she turns around to kiss him, there are large scars shown on her back, implying that Wilder performed the experiment on her as wel