42 thoughts on “News/Politics 9-2-21

  1. 1. The ‘vaccines’ are not vaccinations and have failed.
    2. The government is suppressing effective early treatments that would have negated the need for vaccines. Instead, they have supported drug companies’ profits by pushing their unknown cocktail on the public; the actual consequences are known only to them.
    3. Follow the money… and also don’t forget that hospitals were “rewarded” with extra money from the government for each Covid patient admission.

    The experimental injections are bio weapons – listen to real doctors and scientists. Check out who actually owns the patents and who stands to profit from these cocktails. If you do real research, it will open your eyes…


    “The mainstream media is reporting that severe COVID cases are mainly among unvaccinated people. An Associated Press headline from June 29 reads: “Nearly all COVID deaths in US are now among unvaccinated.” Another, from the same date: “Vast majority of ICU patients with COVID-19 are unvaccinated, ABC News survey finds.”

    Is that what’s really going on? It’s certainly not the case in Israel, the first country to fully vaccinate a majority of its citizens against the virus. Now it has one of the highest daily infection rates and the majority of people catching the virus (77 percent to 83 percent, depending on age) are already vaccinated, according to data collected by the Israeli government.

    After carefully reviewing the available data, including the safety and efficacy profiles of the mRNA vaccines, my friend had taken a cautious approach. Though a medical doctor who gives vaccines in the office every day, my friend opted to wait and see. According to WebMD, a “huge number” of frontline hospital workers have also chosen not to get the vaccine. Indeed, various news reports, from California to New York, confirm that up to 40 percent of health care workers have decided the risks of the vaccines do not outweigh the benefits.

    After admission, I spoke to the nurse on the COVID ward. She was suited up in a plastic yellow disposable gown, teal gloves, and two masks underneath a recirculating personal respiratory system that buzzed so loudly she could barely hear. The nurse told me that she had gotten both vaccines but she was feeling worried: “Two thirds of my patients are fully vaccinated,” she said.”

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  2. In our area they have shut down an entire school district due to cases of Covid hitting students. Then I hear of a sharp rise in cases in children. Is this a push to have all children eligible for vaccinations? Last year the virus was not an issue with children…this year “they” say it is off the charts.
    There is a doctor making the claim that if a child has the sniffles due to cold or allergies it is being classified as “covid”. Are they getting money for that diagnosis?
    No wonder no one trusts anyone anymore… 😔

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  3. Just in case you know someone looking for a job….wow!

    Walmart said Wednesday it plans to hire 20,000 employees to help keep merchandise moving ahead of the anticipated holiday shopping rush.

    The big-box retailer, which is already the nation’s largest private employer, said the roles will be in supply chain. The jobs will be a mix of full-time and part-time, but will be permanent positions. They will range from order fillers to freight handlers at the company’s more than 250 distribution centers, fulfillment centers and transportation offices.

    The average wage for a supply chain associate is $20.37 per hour, Walmart said in the corporate blog post. The company said it will hold special hiring events Sept. 8 and 9.

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  4. We continue to see many serious covid cases, both vaccinated and non-vaccinated. The mentality has changed though. If people think they are positive, they no longer stay home or wear their masks. They are out and about spreading their germs to everyone.

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  5. Well, we’ll be “in this” for the foreseeable future, then, won’t we?

    Time to give in to the spirit of the age and invest in horse de-worming medicine.

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  6. I was told by someone close to me who works in a local school that all the kids are telling one another to “not tell” if they are feeling sick. They want to be in school and not online. And they do not have to wear masks at the school this year…yet. 😳

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  7. We’re just hanging out, swapping random, wive’s-tale “cure” tips, waiting for the next mutation to hit at this rate. We must secretly like living like this?

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  8. Several articles I have read, from various sources and hospitals, report that although vaccinated people are getting sick from Covid and being hospitalized, the greatest majority of deaths by far (98% according to one hospital) are the UNvaccinated.

    Despite people claiming that the vaccine is “new” or “experimental”, this medical technology has been around for something like 20 years. It merely had to be tweaked to fight Covid-19 in particular, which is why it seemed to come out so quickly. But even so, the testing done on it was more extensive than has been done for other vaccines.

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  9. Ditto to what Kizzie said.

    I’ve personally known a few people who have, indeed, been vaccinated and later tested positive after realizing they’d been exposed. They self-quarantined in their homes, none became seriously ill.

    Virtually all hospitals are reporting that this is a surge of the unvaccinated when it comes to serious cases landing in ICUs.

    Are they all “in” on some kind of vast conspiracy?

    No, the vaccines are not “failures.”

    That they’re not providing as long-lasting immunity (the studies are still being done on this) is disappointing, but par for the course as researchers conduct real-time studies and try to get in front of what is still and unfolding situation.

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  10. I have a friend from high school who just got the moderna booster. But he and his wife both had the Pfizer shots first. How can those two be mixed? It just doesn’t make sense to me. In 8 months if they still think we need a booster I will get it…but I’m thinking only if it is Pfizer….


  11. Yesterday the matter of “fact-checking” came up because of the first piece I shared about that supposed helicopter hanging. This is the link to the main page of that source. They are not generally political in their posts, but mainly alert their readers to scams and hoaxes.



  12. Yeah, funny that…..


    But that’s all part of the slander……

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  13. Bingo!


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  14. More fake news….


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  15. About that “de-worming medicine”… it is used by millions of people around the world, and has been for decades. Re. Covid-19, there have been over 60 trials globally. There are many countries (inc. India, Mexico, Italy) that have protocols that include Ivermectin, and they have had more success than American hospitals.

    Ivermectin reduces mortality by 75-88%!

    Ivermectin is a completely viable medical option. So are hydroxychloroquine and monoclonal antibodies. It should not require a court order to force doctors to do their jobs. All these doctors who have compromised their principles to side with Big Pharma should be ashamed of themselves, and hopefully they will be held accountable.



  16. From the link:

    ~ … We all have ideas about things for cultural or political reasons—and we should argue those things in those terms. If we call religious liberty what is not religious liberty, we jeopardize religious liberty.

    You might think it’s a restriction of your Second Amendment rights that you can’t fire a gun into the air in the French Quarter of New Orleans on New Year’s Eve. That doesn’t give you the right to do so, when other people could be hurt.

    The “boy who cried wolf” is a cliché, but clichés become clichés usually because they are so demonstrably true. If we call schools asking for proof of COVID-19 vaccination a religious liberty violation when we didn’t do so for proof of polio vaccination, we are not talking about religious liberty. When we rail against mask requirements for school when we never did for the school dress code, we are not talking about religious liberty. And once we define religious liberty as our right to carry out our political opinions regardless of how they affect public health or safety, we have defined religious liberty right out of its meaning.

    That doesn’t settle the question, of course. Cultural and political conflicts are going to happen—but they should be argued that way.


  17. And this, also, from Moore in a separate newsletter:


    ~ My Week of Breakthrough COVID-19

    As some of you know, we had in our house what was apparently a case of breakthrough coronavirus—starting with our smallest Moore (who’s too young to get vaccinated yet) and moving through the rest of us. For the kids and Maria, the case was very mild, and for me it was much more like a really bad flu. I was, and am, thankful to have been vaccinated—especially since every data point shows how vaccination is preventing serious cases of hospitalization and death. I was achy and exhausted. I lost my smell for about two days (which my friend Beth Moore encouraged me is not the worst thing that can happen in a house with four boys). And I kind of woke up at one point realizing that a week had gone by while I was sleeping. I’ve been through worse. I’ve been through worse this year.

    But my mild case reminded me to pray for those around the world who cannot be vaccinated and who are often dying horrible deaths unable to breathe. It reminded me of all the people I know who are health care professionals serving in overwhelmed emergency units and COVID-19 floors of hospitals. And it reminded me of all those we have lost to this awful disease.

    Please get vaccinated. Please take care of those around you in harm’s way from this. And let’s hope we can get 2020 behind us sometime before 2030. ~

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  18. Masks may be little more than better than nothing in some instances. But businesses and other venues have a right to ask that they be worn when inside their facilities. If that’s too much for someone, they are free to find another store or venue, or travel to the next county.


  19. Agreed, dj. It should be entirely up to the business. I don’t necessarily think it’s a terrible idea to *recommend* them, but mandates require strong evidence, which does not exist for face masks.

    I personally doubt cloth masks have a large effect. Properly fitted *medical grade* masks likely do, but still need better data. But standard masks used in operating theatres to prevent large blood droplets from splashing is very different to an airborne virus scenario. Hospital settings very very different then the community. No comparison.

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  20. DJ,

    “No, the vaccines are not “failures.”

    That they’re not providing as long-lasting immunity (the studies are still being done on this) is disappointing, but par for the course as researchers conduct real-time studies and try to get in front of what is still and unfolding situation.”

    They’re useless if people are still catching Covid mere months after their second jab.

    That’s a failure.

    They weren’t sold as a “well it will make it less severe” treatment, were they?

    No. Again, a failure.

    Did they stay at 95%+ effective as they were sold to the public?

    No, not even close now. Again, that’s a failure.


    “Masks may be little more than better than nothing in some instances. But businesses and other venues have a right to ask that they be worn when inside their facilities. If that’s too much for someone, they are free to find another store or venue, or travel to the next county.”

    Listen to yourself.

    You’re saying “protection theater” is good enough, as long as it makes you feel better. And you expect everyone else to play along with the delusion, or move along.


    So everyone who won’t take the useless jabs are second class citizens undeserving of the same rights as you to shop and live their lives? That is what you’re telling us.

    Wow. Covid panic has got a hold of you big time.

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  21. Apparently, some people are using the kind of ivermectin that is intended as horse-dewormer, which is why there have been calls to Poison Control.


  22. Although vaccinated folks are still getting Covid, the vaccine is not useless. Of the people who are dying of Covid, 90-something percent are unvaccinated.

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  23. Sorry, Kizzie, but that is a flat out lie. And why is it that nations are now banning travelers from Israel, one of the most vaccinated countries in the world?

    It’s the folks who have had the experimental injections who are actually producing and spreading variants…


    “Sweden became the second European Union country to ban Israeli residents from entry due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in Israel, despite the country being one of the most vaccinated countries in the world.

    Portugal on Wednesday became the first EU country to ban travel from Israel due to a rise in cases. Both countries are following the EU’s recommendation to remove Israel from its list of green countries.

    Sweden also banned the entry of citizens from the United States, Kosovo, Lebanon, Montenegro, and North Macedonia.

    Interior Minister Mikael Damberg told news outlets that the sharp increases in COVID-19 cases in Israel, the United States, and other countries are the reason why they were removed from Sweden’s travel ban exemption. Despite Israel’s mass vaccination campaign, the virus has continued to spread, Damberg said.”


  24. And no, I don’t have Covid “panic,” or whatever you called it, can’t remember now and am too busy and weary to re-read it. Apologies, I’ve read it all here before, it’s redundant to say the least.


  25. Since my first jab of Pfizer, my face keeps turning pink or red. My dad even noticed it today and commented I looked like a drunk. Think I should get the second?


  26. Thanks, Tychicus, that is what I thought before I got it. However, as a believer, I know where I am going. It was stressing my non believing brothers and dad to the point I figured it was my duty as a believer to do what could well kill me but just the body. However, I think now I have an acceptable excuse for them.


  27. And the vaccines aren’t just about us, they’re about the overall potential to spread the virus to those who may not be able to do so well with the illness.

    It’s not about “you.”


  28. Responses here, btw, would be much more effective without the personal attacks and ridicule of those who disagree. Issues are what we should be discussing and personal put-downs, especially among “friends” (??), don’t advance the conversation, but rather cut it off.

    Consider it a request.


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