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  • #31
    Very good interview with a nurse. Don’t take Remdisivir! It failed in the tests but they are making money off it.

    https://rumble.com/vm936v-whistleblo...ill-hospt.html

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    • #32
      Wow, just ... wow.
      Last edited by Dustoff262; 09-10-2021, 09:11 PM.
      "We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm."
      George Orwell

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      • #33
        WE ARE SO AFRAID OF LOSING ANYTHING THAT WE HAVE ALLOWED OURSELVES TO LOSE EVERYTHING.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Elmo334 View Post
          More mush from the wimp

          Jimmy Biden promises to do for Covid what he did for Afghanistan
          Alex Berenson
          Sep 10
          The speech started with a lie and didn’t get better.

          “Good evening,” Uncle Joe told us. Evening? It was 5 p.m. in Washington and 2 p.m. in Los Angeles. Near bedtime for our president, I suppose.

          In the 27 minutes that followed, Biden managed to choke out one fact: over 1,000 fully vaccinated Americans were hospitalized with Covid every day this summer -which likely means the current number is considerably higher.

          How do I know? The White House spinmasters, aided by the New York Times, are now resorting to calculating Covid infection and hospitalization risk for vaccinated people on a per-day basis.

          This statistic is so nonsensical as to be almost comic. Practically any risk will seem tiny over a single 24-hour period. To take just one example: a 90-year-old woman has a 1 in 8 chance of dying before she turns 91. But her risk of death per day is only about 1 in 3,000 (not far from the 1 in 5,000 per day risk the Times has calculated for a vaccinated person to get Covid).

          So when Biden said the risks of being hospitalized with Covid if you’re fully vaccinated are 1 in 160,000 per day, what he meant was that upwards of 1,000 vaccinated people are now being hospitalized every day. At least.

          Because the vaccines work!

          That aside, the speech was what we’ve come to know as classic Biden - loud and empty, in the style of Brezhnev or a late Roman emperor whose name no one knows. If he’d really been serious about forcing unvaccinated people to take the shot, he would have announced a vaccine requirement for air and other interstate travel and entry to federal buildings. Remember, he’s required you to wear a mask to fly - he could at least try to force a vaccine.

          But whether because of airline lobbying or because he fears the Supreme Court is done with Covid nonsense - as it pretty clearly showed in striking down the ridiculous eviction ban last month - he didn’t. Instead he once again leaned on companies to do what he cannot. But only companies with more than 100 employees.

          To quote my two-year-old - Because why? The ro don’t care about small companies, I guess.

          But the plan does have one truly disastrous element: the vaccine mandate for health care workers. The current hospital crisis has little (or nothing) to do with Covid hospitalizations, vaxxed or unvaxxed, and everything to do with the fact that a large fraction of nurses and other medical staff would rather quit than be vaccinated. A fact all by itself should cause you to question both the seriousness of Covid for healthy adults and the usefulness of the vaccines.

          So, yeah, last evening’s speech was a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing (unless you plan to visit a hospital in the next few months, good luck with that).

          At least he didn’t mention Beau, though. That was a win.
          Next speech will refer to Beau dying of Chicom virus after Hunter brought it back in the suitcase with 10% for the big guy

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          • #35
            https://twitter.com/InterBang/status...204772352?s=20

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            • #36
              Good thing they gave up their guns
              WE ARE SO AFRAID OF LOSING ANYTHING THAT WE HAVE ALLOWED OURSELVES TO LOSE EVERYTHING.

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              • #37
                "We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm."
                George Orwell

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                • #38
                  https://twitter.com/PDeb61/status/14...684094977?s=20

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                  • #39
                    https://rumble.com/vmgydn-wvuh-to-re...ary-termi.html
                    West Virginia University Hospitals to Require All Employees to be Vaccinated or will Face Voluntary Termination

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                    • #40
                      Yep and a lot of the workers are walking out. Same with Winchester medical center
                      WE ARE SO AFRAID OF LOSING ANYTHING THAT WE HAVE ALLOWED OURSELVES TO LOSE EVERYTHING.

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                      • #41
                        They should never quit. Get fired and join that conga line of lawsuits

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                        • #42
                          A lot of them are doing that also but the ones who are the main bread winner can't wait around for the lawsuits. Another hit by the left to go after women who just happen to be single mothers. The left sure are champions of women's rights
                          WE ARE SO AFRAID OF LOSING ANYTHING THAT WE HAVE ALLOWED OURSELVES TO LOSE EVERYTHING.

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                          • #43
                            Judge David Hurd of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York granted the temporary restraining order on the morning of September 14. "The vaccine mandate is suspended," reads his order, and the state Department of Health is "barred from taking any action, disciplinary or otherwise, against the licensure, certification, residency, admitting privileges or other professional status or qualification of any of the plaintiffs on account of their seeking or having obtained a religious exemption from mandatory Covid-19 vaccination."




                            https://justthenews.com/government/c...h-care-workers

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Elmo334 View Post
                              Judge David Hurd of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York granted the temporary restraining order on the morning of September 14. "The vaccine mandate is suspended," reads his order, and the state Department of Health is "barred from taking any action, disciplinary or otherwise, against the licensure, certification, residency, admitting privileges or other professional status or qualification of any of the plaintiffs on account of their seeking or having obtained a religious exemption from mandatory Covid-19 vaccination."




                              https://justthenews.com/government/c...h-care-workers
                              That's good news.
                              "We sleep soundly in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm."
                              George Orwell

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