Friday, July 30, 2021



Despite ‘Delta’ Alarmism, US COVID Deaths Are at Lowest Level Since March 2020, Harvard and Stanford Professors Explain.

covid graphFar more people were dying from COVID-19 months ago as we were winding down restrictions than are dying today as some call to reinstate them.

So as the imbeciles once again demand masks, lockdown and submission because…cooties! Might I disrespectfully suggest we all refuse to submit during this round.

If you judged the US’s current COVID-19 situation only by the headlines, you’d come away thinking that we’re spiraling back into pandemic disaster. Localities like Los Angeles County and St. Louis have reimposed mask mandates on their citizens, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just revised its “guidance” to say that, actually, fully vaccinated individuals should still wear masks in certain situations. Meanwhile, mainstream media coverage of the rise of the “Delta variant” is soaked in alarmism.

Now, some would cite rising COVID-19 case counts or hospitalizations in certain parts of the country as evidence that the pandemic is indeed once again spiraling out of control. But many COVID-19 cases recorded as positive are either asymptomatic or come with very mild symptoms—especially the cases confirmed among vaccinated individuals—so high case counts are not necessarily proof of a serious problem. Hospitalizations are concerning, yes, but primarily insofar as they lead to high numbers of deaths, which, thankfully, is not the case so far with the Delta variant. - FEE

Here are a couple of COVID-19 survivors.

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They were later victims of political assassination conducted by U.S. officials and their media allies via election fraud. And no, I’m not going to get over it. I hold a grudge that way.


Further Reading Assignment: "The Noble Lies of COVID-19:" The lying liars and the lies they told, all for your own good of course. Of course.

Do we want public health officials to report facts and uncertainties transparently? Or do we want them to shape information to influence the public to take specific actions?

…When experts or agencies deliver information to the public that they consider possibly or definitively false to further a larger, often well-meaning agenda, they are telling what is called a noble lie.