Coronavirus thread

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  1. Quiet Speed

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    I heard a YouTuber call this pandemic a terror attack. Whether it is or not, it certainly has accomplished a few things.

    Anyhow, more on Fauci:

     
  2. werewolf

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    Whenever Dr Buttar says "5G" it gets beeped out.
     
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    I found out why. It's because YouTube will shut down their channel if they say "5G".
     
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    I noticed that too. The interview was excellent and confirmed everything and more I suspected all along. It's time to fight, guys. Choose your methods and pick your battles, but it's time to fight. If you have friends and family that you love and care about, tell them it's time to wake up and wise up.
     
  6. white lightning

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    Get off all websites, search engines and social media that censor your rights to the truth and freedom. The time is now or there will be no tommorow.
     
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    Another person from the tennis world goes against the grain.

    “We’ll Just Be Going Around With Chips Soon” – Marat Safin Suggests Crazy Conspiracy Theory Behind Coronavirus

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    According to him, some big behind the scenes forces are using the pandemic to create horror stories. This means that we are being told that the pandemic is more dangerous than it actually is. Safins suggestions make more sense if you discover the context that he’s also an active politician.

    He’s a member of Vladimir Putin’s party and an active supporter of the President. This means that he has to put out theories about some sort of US involvement in disasters. That’s exactly what Safin was seen doing.


    What did Marat Safin say?
    Marat Safin believes that this is just the beginning of a surveillance project that will grip people –

    “I think they are preparing people for ‘chipization’ [chip implants],” Safin, 40, said in an Instagram chat with Russian outlet Sports.RU.

    “Back in 2015, Bill Gates said we’ll have a pandemic, that the next enemy is a virus, not a nuclear war.

    “They did a simulation at the Davos [economic] forum of what it would be like. I don’t think Bill Gates is a predictor, he just knew.

    “I think with this virus the situation isn’t like what we’re being told, but people believe it all, the horror stories on TV.

    “Some people believe civilization will end, I don’t believe that. We’ll just be going around with chips soon,” Safin added, continuing his unorthodox take on the current crisis.

    “They’ve put the whole world [in lockdown] at home, so everything works,” said Safin.

    “I think there are guys even bigger than world leaders who are the real masters of money, the masters of the world, they can turn things around easily.

    “Call it a shadow government, call it whatever you like. I think we don’t even know they exist.

    “The Rothschilds and the Rockefellers are well-known names, but someone else is behind them.”

    Safin seems to be suggesting that this is a creation of big businesses. As unlikely as that seems, the world is a crazy place. Maybe one day it turns out that Safin was saying the right thing while we turned out heads.
     
  9. NWsoccerfan

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    I have the investor app robinhood and get emails from them from time to time about stock tips and recently got an email where they were boasting that apple and google are teaming up to fight covid19. In the email it goes on to say that google and apple are teaming up to launch a covid19 tracking tool. More and more plugging us into the matrix and tracking where we go. This type of surveillance is frightening and makes me want to get rid of my smartphone. I've pasted the exact email below for you guys to read.





    Historic rivals Apple and Google join their phone-controlling powers

    There's no "we" in iOS... But there is an "and" in Android. Google and Apple are teaming up to launch a COVID-19 tracking tool. The new system, which will be intro'd in mid-May, allows iOS and Android users (aka 99% of smartphones) to voluntarily share data through Bluetooth transmissions and health org-approved apps. There's no use of location data — it's based on proximity to other phones (and therefore your close contact with other people):

    • You download an app from a public health authority. The app exchanges anonymous identifier data with other participating phones you've come in contact with. If you report that you tested positive for COVID-19...
    • The app then alerts those phones' owners that they may have been exposed. Then the testing and contact-tracing cycle (ideally) repeats.
    • Eventually Google and Apple will build a functionality where iOS and Android users don't have to download an app, and can just opt in easily.
    Red Sox vs Yankees, Pepsi vs Coke, Marvel vs DC... Apple's iOS and Google's Android are historic smartphone operating system rivals — and fans get very heated on their preference. This unlikely partnership speaks to the importance of the tool:

    • Tracking is key to testing and (if necessary) self-quarantining yourself to avoid infecting others. But we don't have a widely-used tracking tool.
    • Apple and Google are the only ones who can launch this on a large-scale in the US (and the world). South Korea and Singapore have used similar (though way more privacy-invading) COVID-19 tracking apps, which has been key to their success in containing the disease.
    THE TAKEAWAY
    Setting a precendent... It's rare to see 2 supremely competitive companies unifying brains and biz resources. But Big Tech must come together to fill gaps Big Government can't. To be successful, the system will need to be widely adopted (the whole thing is voluntary). Plus, tests will need to be available for all potentially infected people (but there's still a shortage).
     
  10. Don Wassall

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    It's good to know I live in the "Land of the Free"

    Mark Zuckerberg: Lockdown Protests Are ‘Misinformation,’ Facebook Will Ban Organizers

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that posts and pages attempting to organize protests against stay-at-home orders will be banned as “misinformation.”

    The Facebook CEO confirmed that the posts would be banned to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on a segment of Good Morning America.

    Stephanopoulos asked Zuckerberg how the company deals “with the fact that Facebook is now being used to organize a lot of these protests to defy social distancing guidelines in states. If somebody trying to organize something like that, does that qualify as harmful misinformation?”

    “We do classify that as harmful misinformation and we take that down,” confirmed Zuckerberg, while at the same time saying that it’s important “that people can debate policies.”

    A Facebook spokesman confirmed to CNN that planned protests in California, New Jersey, and Nebraska were having their pages removed from Facebook at the request of state authorities.

    Anti-quarantine protests being organized through Facebook in California, New Jersey, and Nebraska, are being removed from the platform on the instruction of governments in those three states because it violates stay-at-home orders, Facebook spokesperson @andymstone tells @donie.

    — Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) April 20, 2020

    This comes after President Trump gave his support to protesters in several states who are demonstrating against their governors’ stay-at-home orders, including a 3,000-strong protest in Lansing, Michigan. Michigan protesters have used Facebook to organize.

    On Twitter, the President called on protesters to “liberate” the states of Michigan, Minnesota, and Virginia, also calling on Virginian citizens to “save your great 2nd amendment. It is under siege!”

    At Friday’s White House coronavirus press conference, Trump lent more support to the protesters.

    “These are people expressing their views,” said the president. “They seem to be very responsible people to me, but they’ve been treated a little bit rough.”

    Protests and demonstrations, like other forms of lawful speech, are constitutionally protected. The First Amendment of the United States, in addition to protecting freedom of expression and religion, also specifically protects “the right of the people peaceably to assemble.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020...-misinformation-facebook-will-ban-organizers/
     
  11. Shadowlight

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    One man's pain is another man's gain. While it is true the majority of us are sucking the big D some are absolutely thriving in this environment. This is a unique problem where some businesses are booming while so many other are drowning underwater.

    Below is a list by no means comprehensive of businesses that are swimming in money because of this crises.

    Guns

    Booze

    Pepsi

    Snack foods

    Food companies that sale canned and jarred goods.

    Bottled water companies

    Grocery Stores ( you think?)

    Pharmacies like CVS and Walgreens ( what else is new?)

    amazon ( monopoly)

    Fed Ex and UPS and other delivery companies

    Pizza Chains-Dominos, Papa Johns and Pizza Hut ( the fact people like this stuff is scary on it's own)

    Any food related delivery service

    Walmart and Target plus those Dollar stores

    Any company related to sanitizers and wipes like Clorox, Lysol and Purell

    Anything related to health care supplies including health care garbs, gloves and of course masks for everyone

    Medical equipment and supply manufacturers and other companies that have refitted their factories to churn them out ( big money here)

    Home workout equipment since so many gyms are closed.

    Landscapers

    Big tech which includes the big search engines like google and many related internet companies including Zoom which is blowing up

    As an aside banks and other services have been inching away from brick and mortar buildings anyway and I have noticed many branches are now closed. They were closing before this virus but I wonder if the banks now "temporarily closed" will reopen after things abate? I couldn't find a bank to cash a check except for one that had a drive through that had cars backed up to the street. I passed. I personally would like to go back to the 1980's where I could hang out at a used bookstore or record shop for half the day. I have never liked this new high tech world and ( I do not own a smart phone) as many know here it keeps encroaching further and further into our lives. Big tech has rearranged and disoriented our world as some of the posts above warn.

    Cable companies but one nice note ESPN is sucking their little D but cable news Fox, CNN etc. are up. ( Some newspapers are thriving like The New York Times but many are suffering so mixed on that front)

    Essential home goods including toothpaste, soap and paper towels etc.

    And on that note I should finish this off with the biggest winner of them all and now "Lords of the Universe"--toilet paper companies. So appropriate that something to do with ass wiping rules the day.
     
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  12. DWF Upside

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    Its as if facebook is attempting to kill itself, and invest in something else but they just cant accomplish it. I never had it in the first place, but surely there must be an alternative? For businesses I understand sticking with it but you would think that people would start to move off of it first.
     
  13. Don Wassall

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    What is the alternative? If you can scrape together a trillion or so dollars then you can start a rival, otherwise. . .

    "Choice" and "freedom" in this country is controlled by "too large to fail" entities that wield enormous, unchecked power, both here and abroad.

    The only way Facebook and the other Big Tech monopolists can be deterred is through Congress, and it's been made very clear over the past three years that nothing will be done to rein them in even though the number one goal of Google and the rest of them is to make sure Trump and other Republicans are defeated in 2020.
     
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    Bullseye!

    What if the Lockdown Was All a Big Mistake?

    by Ron Paul

    From California to New Jersey, Americans are protesting in the streets. They are demanding an end to house arrest orders given by government officials over a virus outbreak that even according to the latest US government numbers will claim fewer lives than the seasonal flu outbreak of 2017-2018.

    Across the US, millions of businesses have been shut down by “executive order” and the unemployment rate has skyrocketed to levels not seen since the Great Depression. Americans, who have seen their real wages decline thanks to Federal Reserve monetary malpractice, are finding themselves thrust into poverty and standing in breadlines. It is like a horror movie, but it’s real.

    Last week the UN Secretary General warned that a global recession resulting from the worldwide coronavirus lockdown could cause “hundreds of thousands of additional child deaths per year.” As of this writing, less than 170,000 have been reported to have died from the coronavirus worldwide.

    Many Americans have also died this past month because they were not able to get the medical care they needed. Cancer treatments have been indefinitely postponed. Life-saving surgeries have been put off to make room for coronavirus cases. Meanwhile hospitals are laying off thousands because the expected coronavirus cases have not come and the hospitals are partially empty.

    What if the “cure” is worse than the disease?

    Countries like Sweden that did not lock down their economy and place the population under house arrest are faring no worse than countries that did. Sweden’s deaths-per-million from coronavirus is lower than in many lockdown countries.

    Likewise, US states that did not arrest citizens for merely walking on the beach are not doing worse than those that did. South Dakota governor Kristi Noem said last week, “we've been able to keep our businesses open and allow people to take on some personal responsibility." South Dakota has recorded a total of seven coronavirus deaths.

    Kentucky, a strict lockdown state, is five times more populated than South Dakota, yet it has some 20 times more coronavirus deaths. If lockdown and house arrest are the answer, shouldn’t those numbers be reversed, with South Dakota seeing mass death while Kentucky dodges the coronavirus bullet?

    When Anthony Fauci first warned that two million would die, there was a race among federal, state, and local officials to see who could rip up the Constitution fastest. Then Fauci told us if we do what he says only a quarter of a million would die. They locked America down even harder. Then, with little more than a shrug of the shoulders, they announced that a maximum of 60,000 would die, but maybe less. That is certainly terrible, but it’s just a high-average flu season.

    Imagine if we had used even a fraction of the resources spent to lock down the entire population and focused on providing assistance and protection to the most vulnerable – the elderly and those with serious medical conditions. We could have protected these people and still had an economy to go back to when the virus had run its course. And it wouldn’t have cost us six trillion dollars either.

    Governments have no right or authority to tell us what business or other activity is “essential.” Only in totalitarian states does the government claim this authority. We should encourage all those who are standing up peacefully and demanding an accounting from their elected leaders. They should not be able to get away with this.

    http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/arc...0/what-if-the-lockdown-was-all-a-big-mistake/
     
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    I don't know how any rational, logical person could disagree with this. Only those who's minds are closed and hellbent on destroying Trump and the rest of us as collateral damage without batting an eye could eschew the points Dr. Paul clearly lays out.
     
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    New studies by both Stanford and the University of Southern Cal (USC), not exactly bastions of conservative thought, that suggest the rate of infection in Santa Clara County and LA County is 51-80 times higher than the official numbers. Which would put the mortality rate of this horrible worst-ever plandemic at about the same rate as the normal seasonal flu. I suggested this early in this thread and was beat up as being some sort of kook.
     
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    In New York state, there have been 10 times as many people die from Covid-19 than anything else. In NY there's something like 30 times as many deaths from Covid-19 as from the flu during April so far.

    One thing I don't understand: why are huge numbers dying in some places, yet so few in other areas? California hasn't been hit hard, but Washington state has., I wonder why?

    Densely populated Nigeria, Singapore and Bangladesh have had relatively few cases and deaths, yet many in UK, Spain, and Italy. Why?
     
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    I read an article last week that said the majority of those dying from the virus were obese, especially in NYC, Chicago and New Orleans. Maybe these people were near the edge of death, COVID19 just pushed them over.
     
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    It's a worthwhile question to be asking and the huge discrepancies in death rates among different countries is baffling. Take for example Germany and the United Kingdom. Germany has about 148 thousand reported cases with just over 5 thousand deaths which is a little over 3 percent. The UK on the other hand has only 130 thousand cases but has over 17 thousand deaths, a death rate of over 13 percent. They are both first world nations and you would think they have roughly the same ability to treat covid19. So why are over 4 times more people dying in the UK from it? I also don't believe what China is reporting. Am I really supposed to believe there are more cases in the Seattle area than Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong combined. Of course there aren't, but that's what's listed.
     
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    Authoritarian Leftist scum deserve to have skateboards ridden over their faces....if I was still a teenager and had a skateboard I would be raising some serious hell with my long hair (back then) flying. These Leftist puke killjoys need nothing less than a giant can of whoop-ass opened up on them for this and anything else we can think of:
     
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    What the studies I reference above indicate is that the virus was far more widespread in California than was known. It's just that younger, healthier people do not get sick from it. They simply develop the antibodies and their body deals with it. So the infection-to-death ratio is similar to a normal seasonal flu strain, although CoVID-19 is more easily transmitted. What happened in California, and even in Washington State which has 682 deaths, is that "herd immunity" took over to a large extent. That is the only way ultimately to deal with a contagion like this.

    Unfortunately, the deaths from the RESULT of the coronavirus lockdown and economic destruction will dwarf the deaths from the actual virus. Not that you'll see it on the evening news, it doesn't fit the template.
     
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    The Left's Slogans Give It Away

    by Dex Bahr

    As we go through yet another week of Wuhan virus restriction in the United States, do you find yourself becoming annoyed at the daily sloganeering? We see these messages on television, hear them on radio and flashed before us while driving. I, for one, am beginning to tire of this "we're all in this together" claptrap, along with "flattening (or bending) the curve"; social distancing; and "stay safe, stay strong." However, the one slogan that is most irritating is "stay at home...save lives."

    Let's not forget that the original reason for sheltering at home was to prevent hospital emergency rooms from becoming overrun by slowing the spread of the virus. The mandate was never to save lives, but to slow the spread and by default prolong the extent of the virus. Again, staying at home was for the purpose of lessening the burden on hospitals, not saving lives.

    The message has evolved, or rather devolved into an excuse for virtue-signaling. Examine the message more closely, and what you pick up is the underlying message that by staying home, you can make a difference. What does making a difference by curtailing your behavior remind you of? That's right: the whole climate change trope. I don't know about you, but when I think of climate change, I think of politics, and when I think of politics, I think of the left.

    Speaking of the left, this whole Wuhan virus crisis is has all of the hallmarks of leftist tactics. 1. The aforementioned sloganeering could easily be placed on bumper stickers. 2. The racism card has been played twice — first by calling anyone a racist who dared called the COVID-19 virus the Wuhan virus and second by pointing out that blacks are hardest hit. 3. Flawed computer models led to outrageous numbers designed to frighten and panic the public and force submission to leftist solutions (climate change, anyone?). 4. Citizens are being coerced by totalitarian governors and mayors into following arbitrary edicts that violate the U.S. Constitution's Bill of Rights.

    What stands out about the fourth example is that leftist politicos seem to be turning the screws tighter on law-abiding citizens at the same time more stories are being released showing hospital admissions declining in New York and evidence that the Wuhan virus may have been more widespread than originally thought in places like California due to the number of antibodies found in tested individuals.

    These stories should be good news, but instead, they are downplayed by a leftist media more interested in keeping a captive public anxious than in calming its fear. Stories like these, as well as the successes of hydroxychloroquine, are outright ignored by the mainstream media, because that would get in the way of their get-Trump agenda. Such dismissals also help the left keep any glimmer of hope from lifting the spirits of us unwashed Trump-supporters.

    What started out as a call to arms to combat an unknown virus has turned into an overt political assault from the left, designed to keep the economy crashed in time for the November 2020 elections. The left's totalitarian zeal is a about a subtle as a hammer and sickle.

    More and more people are becoming aware of the unconstitutional and fear-mongering tactics of the left. This includes regular Democrats, who, like most Americans, just want to get back to work and resuscitate the economy. These are patriots who are reaching their limit.

    How ironic that in this period of masks, the left's covers have come off, revealing a hateful and partisan visage.

    Here is a slogan from American patriots to our leftist enemies: "We're on to you!" Come November, this will be a slogan the left never forgets.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/04/the_lefts_slogans_give_it_away.html
     
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    The elderly and injured and sick white people are locked in their rooms in the nursing homes and no visitors are allowed. The attendants, often black, can be just as cruel as they want to be, and when the person dies they just write down cause of death: Covid.






    April 21, 2020

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    As we have repeatedly stated, the Covid-19 lock-down of millions of helplessly isolated seniors provided the planners of this Satanic scheme with the perfect opportunity to artificially inflate the fake "death toll" numbers by incentivizing the murder of drugged-up inmates of various nursing homes. But nothing could have prepared us for the slaughter which occurred at the Andover Subacute and Rehabilitation Center II in Andover, N.J. As far as we can tell, the seniors incarcerated at this notoriously sub-standard facility lacked the means to afford one of the better nursing homes in northern New Jersey. How much easier it must be for the self-professed champions of the poor to silently slaughter the poor with morphine injections and/or lung-busting ventilators; before finally tagging the deceased as "Covid" --- 70 of them in all! And in rapidly ageing America, there will be plenty of new replacement inmates to take their beds and initiate a new round of MediCare billing // asset confiscation.








    A sad tale of filth and horror -- from the article:






    "Residents were crowded three to a room, and as the outbreak worsened, so did sanitary conditions. Spilled food littered the floors. ...Workers said they hurriedly made their rounds, dispensing medicine, changing bedsheets, feeding those who could not feed themselves and doing other tasks that brought them into close contact with residents.


    After receiving an anonymous tip last Monday, the police found 17 bodies in bags in a small holding room at the Andover facility. The startling discovery illustrated the toll that the coronavirus outbreak has taken on the nation’s nursing homes and other congregate facilities that house society’s most vulnerable, including older people and those with mental and physical disabilities."







    We hadn't thought about the mentally disabled. Evidently, they are being put down and tagged "Covid" too.


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    1. Brian Roberts, left, with his uncle Albert Roberts, 76, who died April 1 at the Andover nursing home. // 2. The House of Horrors at Andover // 3. Sedate -- Neglect & Abuse -- Kill -- Tag as "Covid"


    With few on the inside caring, and no one from the outside allowed in to visit or monitor; one can only imagine the sort of undignified abuse and spirit-crushing neglect these poor isolated souls were subjected to at the hands of their now unchecked tormentors. This is especially so for the poorer Whites under the "care" of certain "people of color" who might actually enjoy "getting even" with some helpless, old, diaper-wearing, Trump-supporting "racist ." The final "squirt" would have come as a blessing to these pitiful abandoned wretches whose lives count for even less than unborn babies in this land that was once referred to as "God's country."






    A nursing home "holocaust" is taking place right under our noses. Oh, incidentally -- speaking of the Holohoax -- ya just knew that stories like these were comin' --



    • New York Post (April 16): New Jersey Holocaust Survivor Dies Due to Complications From Coronavirus
    • New York Times (April 17): Lives Lost: Holocaust Survivor was Israel's First Virus Victim
    • Daily Mail (UK) (April 18): Holocaust Survivor, 90, Dies From Covid 19
    • ABC News (April 19): For Holocaust Survivors, Coronavirus Pandemic Reopens Old Wounds
    (((They))) never miss an opportunity to to add new stanzas to the song that never ends about the event that never happened, do they? But I digress.


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    1. February, 2020: Long Island health care worker Andrea Richards was arrested for punching a 92-year-old White woman in the face. // 2. October, 2019: North Carolina: Tonacia Yvonne Tyson, Taneshia Deshawn Jordan and Marilyn Latish McKey were arrested for making white dementia patients fight each other while being filmed. // 2014: Winter Haven, Florida, Yashika Jones and Rose Blaise were caught by a hidden camera beating an elderly White man with dementia.




    This is all so depressing -- and its wearing on all of us, I'm sure. The murders -- the lies -- the hardships -- the press conferences -- the Orwellian "public health" announcements -- the ruined businesses -- the mandatory masks & idiotic "social distancing" and -- most of all -- the obedient, fearful, dumb-as-dirt "normies" all around us who make Orwell's fictional character "Parsons" seem like frickin' Plato by comparison.


    And yet, "The Editorial Board" here at The Anti-New York Times still isn't ready to "throw-in-the-towel" of surrender just yet. Nonetheless, one can't help but notice, that after hearing chants of "lock her up" (meaning Killary) emanating from Trump rallies for the past four years -- the only people we see being locked up and executed are these poor Seniors -- my recently departed and dear Uncle Joe being among them.


    Something has got to happen -- and soon.

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    1. My Uncle Joe went to rehab (not the one in Andover) for his legs, and was then diagnosed with Covid. Warnings to normie cousins went unheeded as he was essentially kidnapped, isolated and sedated for 4 weeks -- followed by sudden death after supposedly being in recovery. // 2 &3. CoronaHoaxer MURDERERS Bill &Manly Melinda Gates, and Dr. Anthony Fauci are all recipients of "The Presidential Medal of Freedom." These filthy stinking pieces-of-**** should all be slowly strangled with those undeserved ribbons!

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    Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times about a New Jersey nursing home in which 70 people died from Covid.

    Boobus Americanus 2: That's scary. There's no way we can open up the economy with that type of mortality going on.

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    St. Sugar: People who work aren't the ones dying, Boobuss! Although the numberss are fake, the alleged victimss are all very old or in poor health to begin with!

    Editor: I read the other day that average age of deceased Covid patients is 80 years old -- and probably most of those people were deliberately "whacked" in their beds too.





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