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    Quote Originally Posted by ltomo View Post
    Notice how now that the corona narrative is starting to fall apart, they've tried to push this story about the black jogger guy who got murdered? I have no opinion on it either way and I refuse to look into it, because it's too obvious what they're trying to do.
    The truth doesn't matter, you will not be allowed any rights and there is nothing you can do about it.

    Just saw that a few unelected bureaucrats in my red state have decided they can reallocate millions of dollars to rental assistance programs that illegal aliens are eligible for. The vote fraud and vote buying machine is revving its engine.

    Will they at least allow me to live on a reservation with a casino in the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VNV View Post
    Consistent with the takeaway of NYC’s DOHMH report. Which was intentionally buried in the media’s rendition.

    What are the absolute #’s for those %ages? ~ 5-10k?
    That is roughly the number of deaths attributed to hospital closure in the UK.

    ...some 6,000 deaths had been “exported back to the community because of the closure of the hospitals”.

    ... “This suggests that the message of stay at home has potentially been interpreted as people who have been unwell have been staying at home and have led to this excess death.”

    Fiona Carragher, director of research and influencing, said: “70% of care home residents have dementia and we’re deeply concerned that this indicates an increase in deaths due to dementia, caused by isolation and reduction in care workers.”
    Lockdowns and fear, not COVID-19, are to blame for these deaths. For the past 3 weeks, hospitals have been running lean because they're losing money amidst the lockdown, not because they're overwhelmed with case load. The lockdown was meant to retain public confidence in emergency services, but that has been damaged by exaggerations in the media.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiigelec View Post
    From the report:
    “Louisiana, which also has a lower population than Illinois', ranks second in corruption on a per capita basis. Similar to Illinois, Louisiana is a state with a long legacy of machine politics. It has been dominated by a corrupt Democratic Party machine with a corrupt history before and after the days of Huey Long. Like Illinois, Louisiana has had its governors go to jail.”

    Also interesting to note from the report; with the exception of Michigan all of the top ten covid death states have a major city ranking in the top 15 for number of corruption convictions...
    I wonder how they are measuring that. If they ever bust Madigan's crew Chicago may take the cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Nelson View Post
    In a way, I admire Spacediver for his desire to be righteous in regards to the law.

    That being said, I've never seen someone take a bigger piss up a bigger rope.
    It's less to do with the law and more about what the right thing to do is.

    That said, there are other factors I'm not prepared to go into here that do very much have to do with the law, and that do prevent us from physical contact.

    If this persists for too much longer, we'll very likely be moving in together ahead of schedule.


    Quote Originally Posted by Darren Nelson View Post
    My 73yo mother and former nursing home employee observed early on that it is impossible to keep covid out of the homes. Nursing homes use shift labor, have high turnover, and have frequent resident hospitalizations--too much exposure.
    One solution may be to recruit and train people who have already been exposed and recovered. Assuming exposure confers substantial and lasting immunity, those folks could care for these residents without risk of transmission. Investing in strategies like these is a far better use of resources than stimulus packages due to lockdowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Santana View Post
    I wonder how they are measuring that. If they ever bust Madigan's crew Chicago may take the cake.
    That will only happen if Trump is re-elected. If Bidet wins, the case will disappear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Just saw that a few unelected bureaucrats in my red state have decided they can reallocate millions of dollars to rental assistance programs that illegal aliens are eligible for. The vote fraud and vote buying machine is revving its engine.
    The madness will only increase as November approaches. LA just said they're shutting down for the next 3 months. I can't wait to see what they find to justify the lockdowns once summer is over.

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    This. This is what I've been waiting for. A legitimate exposé on real journalism being refused coverage by the mainstream media. Each episode of Perspectives on the Pandemic is must watch. YouTube

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    Also, boobtube enforced their pussylini power over their content creators again and removed Episode 2 of Perspectives on the Pandemic. It was the first one with Knut Wittkowski.

    I'm fuckin terrified right now. But it ain't about a virus. And my fear manifests itself in 'fight'.

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    Very interesting. I've seen where they believe this to be an endothelial disease, causing inflammation of the blood vessels, which then respond by runaway clotting. This is what causes thrombosis and "happy hypoxia." I think it's also why the ventilators aren't working well. Having done a bunch of research on testosterone recently, I remembered reading that diminished testosterone levels are linked with increased endothelial dysfunction. Just a quick Google search of "Testosterone and Endothelial Dysfunction" yielded quite a few results.

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