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    No Documents to Support CDC’s Claims That COVID-19 Vaccines Do Not Integrate Into DNA: Advocacy Group - [your]NEWS
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) did not rely on any documents for its claims that the COVID-19 vaccines do not alter or integrate into people’s genetic material, according to an advocacy group for vaccine and pharmaceutical safety and the right to informed consent.
    The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) against the CDC on April 28, 2021, for “all documents relied upon” by the federal agency to make the following claims on its websites regarding the COVID-19 vaccines:

    1. “The genetic material delivered by the viral vector does not integrate into a person’s DNA,”
    2. “They [viral vector vaccines] do not affect or interact with our DNA in any way,”
    3. “The “mRNA never enters the nucleus of the cell where our DNA (genetic material) is located, so it cannot change or influence our genes,” and,
    4. “They [mRNA vaccines] do not affect or interact with our DNA in any way.”

    The three COVID-19 vaccines administered in the United States contain genetic material in the form of RNA (Pfizer and Moderna) or DNA (Johnson & Johnson) to tell our body to produce the virus’s spike protein.

    Nearly a year after the nonprofit filed its FOIA request, the CDC responded, saying it could not provide the necessary documents that ICAN had asked for.

    “A search of our records failed to reveal any documents pertaining to your request,” the CDC wrote in its response letter (pdf), adding that the federal agency “saves lives and protects people from health threats.”

    The CDC goes on to say that additional information about the vaccines should be directed at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as it is the “sole agency responsible for the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs.”

    Posting the statements online without supporting documents seems to be enough for the CDC, according to ICAN.

    “All we are asking of the CDC is to back up the claims on its own website—claims it states are ‘facts,’” ICAN said in a press release on April 13. “Apparently, that’s too much to ask.”

    “Instead, the CDC is basically saying: we posted the statements on our website and the justification for that is, well it’s on our website. Translation: ‘because we said so,’” the nonprofit added.

    ICAN says the CDC should remove the statements.
    https://www.icandecide.org/wp-conten...nse-Letter.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilead View Post
    This is some very high-level disaster porn. The only thing missing are graphic pictures of rotting corpses.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Grantham View Post
    Page after page after page of disorganized writing pinning big, broad conclusions to small bits of data from very artificial systems or models without regard to whether it makes any sense in vivo. I've read better papers from undergraduate students.
    And yet, here you are again.

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    An excellent piece from The Federalist: The U.S. Has A Potemkin Government, And It's Not Just Joe Biden

    Political historians such as Christopher Caldwell, Ronald Pestritto, and Thomas G. West have explained the causes and details of American government becoming less American and less government. This is not the place to reprise those studied arguments. It is, however, the place to note that the U.S. federal government has clearly and openly become a total farce.

    This is not just in the symbolic farce of regime actions such as placing a man who claims to be a woman in charge of what is supposed to be a health agency, and installing into the presidency a man whose incompetence is so dangerous to national security and international order he is prevented from speaking publicly by a fierce Easter bunny.

    It is also in the utter farce of governmental authority at all, as seen in almost every major public issue, big and small. Consider the fact that the great United States appears unable to run a trustworthy election, nor even to broadly fix major election insecurities even after they are widely visible. My Republican-run state, for example, grants an entire month of early voting, with no excuses required, which tampers with the electorate’s knowledge about candidates, preferences incumbents, and allows for vote trafficking based on which homes have voted early and which have not by election day.

    Here’s another one: The utter ridiculousness of our ruling class deliberately destroying our social fabric and the economic activity people need to stay alive in a wild overreaction to a Chinese flu that doesn’t target working- and school-age people. Then that same ruling class lavishing government workers — who worked the least during the unconstitutional mass criminalization of economic and social activity — with “bonuses“!
    Cuts sharply through the bullshit, doesn't it?

    Can you think of any domain in which the federal government has been successful in the past, say, 20 years? Have we won any wars? Is our military even ready should China make a move? Is our nation in good economic health? Is our infrastructure strong, clean, and advanced? Are our education systems and families producing a majority of citizens who are competent and productive? Are our streets clean, lively, and safe?

    Or do we have record numbers of homeless people, record numbers of unparented children, record numbers of people on street and pharmaceutical drugs, record numbers of people failing to create or sustain families, and record numbers of barren, hysterical harpies and neurotic, emasculated men, with most being subsidized somehow by a shrinking number of people who work at legitimately productive and joyous vocations? Does our nation look thriving, vigorous, and advancing to you, or like essentially a people that has lost its will to live?
    Question for the board, especially those of you who voted Democrat: what has the federal government done correctly over the past 20 years, and who was responsible for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Grantham View Post
    Page after page after page of disorganized writing pinning big, broad conclusions to small bits of data from very artificial systems or models without regard to whether it makes any sense in vivo. I've read better papers from undergraduate students.
    You've just succinctly described "public health" for the past two years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilead View Post
    They screwed up big time when they did the Bill Gates video with the dolls explaining a surveillance super dystopia. This is all just horseshit now, only there to show that an effort was made. Man these guys are something else. They could have rolled all of this shit out slowly, over a period of twenty years, and hardly anyone would have complained. Instead the went all Covid maximalist and now they cant even get regular hypochondriacs to care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sainame View Post
    If the war in Ukraine is existential to Russia, what is it to Ukraine? The second half of your statement reads like you are incapable of completing a thought.
    The existence of the Western backed Zelensky regime is more of an existential threat to Ukraine than Russia. Russia doesn't want Ukraine, except perhaps for the eastern, mostly Russian regions. They want your degenerate imperial allies out of Ukraine, as do many Ukrainians.

    If Ukrainians were in charge of Ukraine, instead of a Jewish comedian propped up and funded by a triple citizen Jewish oligarch, this war would have never even have happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post

    Question for the board, especially those of you who voted Democrat: what has the federal government done correctly over the past 20 years, and who was responsible for that?
    The makeup of the Supreme Court is solid.

    We took the first picture of a black hole and measured gravitational waves.

    Genetically grown pig heart transplant.

    Thats about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Charles View Post
    The makeup of the Supreme Court is solid.
    You're going to have to explain the Supreme Court to me.

    While you're doing this, remember that nothing even has to pretend to make any logical sense anymore: The Shots Have Failed, So Let’s Amp Up Global Vaccination Rates! › American Greatness

    In a joint statement with Belize, Germany, Indonesia, and Senegal, the White House said the purpose of the summit, which is scheduled to be held virtually on May 12, will be to “redouble our collective efforts to end the acute phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for future health threats.”

    “The emergence and spread of new variants, like Omicron, have reinforced the need for a strategy aimed at controlling Covid-19 worldwide. Together, we can mitigate the impact of Covid-19 and protect those at the highest risk with vaccinations, testing, and treatments,” the statement said. “We know we must prepare now to build, sustain, and finance the global capacity we need, not only for emerging Covid-19 variants, but also future health crises.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sainame View Post
    If the war in Ukraine is existential to Russia, what is it to Ukraine? The second half of your statement reads like you are incapable of completing a thought.

    A chance to keep trying to bomb the Donbass into oblivion, set up dams to block drinking water for Crimea, and outlaw the Russian language throughout society.

    What do YOU think it is to Ukraine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    You're going to have to explain the Supreme Court to me.
    The court is firmly conservative meaning constitutionally conservative. This is the result of Obama losing the senate and Hillary losing altogether.Neither luck nor stellar Republican maneuvers provided this. But I count it is a win from the last 20yrs. The product of a well designed system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    The existence of the Western backed Zelensky regime is more of an existential threat to Ukraine than Russia. Russia doesn't want Ukraine, except perhaps for the eastern, mostly Russian regions. They want your degenerate imperial allies out of Ukraine, as do many Ukrainians.

    If Ukrainians were in charge of Ukraine, instead of a Jewish comedian propped up and funded by a triple citizen Jewish oligarch, this war would have never even have happened.
    Please define "many Ukranians". I did a quick google search, it appears that 88% of Ukranians are favorable towards this "Jewish comedian" and ~80% reject the recognition of the Donbas region as part of Russia, even if it would end the fighting. This was only a brief google search, so you can correct the numbers if inaccurate. Your viewpoint seems to be solely from the viewpoint of Russia. Should Ukraine have no say in the control of their own land?

    But more importantly, what was that nonsense you were spattering earlier about anal sex, gays and transgendered people how how exactly does that connect to ukrained/russia?

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