Daily Archives: December 23, 2021

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CNN: “It must be very frustrating for CNN. It seems that they can’t just lie about people anymore without getting sued. Covington youth Nicholas Sandmann took them for a bundle, Kyle Rittenhouse is about to take them for another fortune and now a judge has tossed CNN’s request to dismiss a lawsuit from the family of General Flynn. Gee, if everyone CNN lies about sues them, they will soon be bankrupt.” – Steven Ahle

EDUCATION: [2:34] – A very angry Mama Grizzly tells off her school board for coaching her child into a trans identity behind her back.

FAUX-ECONOMY: According to CNN’s latest in-house poll, Biden’s economic performance is at -9 (44% approval vs. 55% disapproval). The lowest economic approval rating Jimmy Carter got was -8. If you don’t remember how poorly Carter did in his re-election bid, click the second link.

FDA: On Dec. 22, the FDA granted emergency use authorization to Pfizer’s new, early treatment pill for the ‘rona. Paxlovid is intended to help patients not get so sick that they need to be hospitalized.

Kinda like hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin, right? Except those are cheap, unlike Paxlovid, which costs about $529 per patient. Hydroxychloroquine costs about $30 and Ivermectin is about $45 for a similar number of pills.

The U.S. government is buying $5.29 billion worth of Paxlovid and Pfizer says it has advance purchase agreements with several other countries and has initiated bilateral outreach to approximately 100 countries around the world.

IOW, the FDA, which is entrusted with protecting us and our health from Big Pharma, is ensuring ever more profits for Pfizer, which coincidentally contributes bigly to the FDA budget.

HEROINE: Fortunately, Sydney Raley isn’t among the sit-at-homes of this country. When the 15-year-old Minnesota McDonald’s worker saw a customer in her car was choking, she yelled to her manager to call 911, then jumped through the drive-thru window. She performed the Heimlich Maneuver, saving the woman from a deadly chicken nugget.

JACKBOOTS: The University of California–Irvine School of Medicine has fired the director of its Medical Ethics Program for refusing the vaxxx. Dr. Kheriaty has sued the university for not allowing exceptions for natural immunity.

The U.S. military still hasn’t approved a single religious exemption for the vaxxx.

An increasing number of businesses and other organizations are mandating that workers, customers, or students receive a COVID-19 booster dose.

In Toronto, the Wychwood Barns Farmers Market barred an unvaccinated man from entering the premises to buy food.

Quebec has closed bars, schools, gyms, and movie theaters to all and is requiring churches to bar the unvaxxxed entirely.

Manitoba is allowing churches to permit congregations to include 25% unvaxxxed or 25 unvaxxxed people “whichever is lower.

The German government is currently debating the creation of a vaccine registry that would facilitate a mandatory vaccination policy similar to Austria’s.

MASKS: [10:04] – Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Dr. Drew Pinsky about how Dr. Fauci lost his trust, how the CDC created vaccine hesitancy, the truth about mask efficacy, how woke culture is creating a climate where doctors are afraid of being cancelled for stating scientific facts. He also shares shocking data on depression in children and child anxiety that should have us all concerned.

NEW YORK: My sucky governor has declared herself a divinely inspired prophet of the One True God. I can hardly contain my excitement. – On Sunday, Dimocrat Kathy Hochul preached from a pulpit in Brooklyn that she “prayed a lot to God during this time and you know what, God did answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women, the scientists, the doctors, the researchers — he made them come up with a vaccine. That is from God to us and we must say, ‘Thank you, God. Thank you.’” Then she showed off her “I’m vaxxxed” necklace and said those of us who refuse the jab “aren’t listening to God and what God wants.”

RESISTANCE: As the graph above shows, the Left’s Omicron fear porn is failing. Maybe that’s because enough of us have heard that it’s 80% less likely to cause hospitalization than the original and 70% less than the Delta.

Attorneys general (AG) from 24 states have filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration challenging COVID-19 vaccine mandates for early education staff and mask mandates for young children.

On Monday, people gathered outside the New Jersey Statehouse to protest mandates. Six Republican lawmakers refused to show their COVID-19 vaccine card or test and were prevented from going to work.

On Monday, a California judge struck down a vaccine mandate for San Diego students. The decision could potentially have a far-reaching impact on school vaxxx requirements in California.

A global coalition of health and civil society organizations known as the World Council for Health (WCH) has issued a declaration calling for “an immediate stop to the experimental COVID-19 ‘vaccines,’” arguing that the push for mass immunization “violates basic principles of common law, constitutional law and natural justice,” as well as several international treaties.

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COVID-19 Update

[2:49] – The YouTube above is a clip from Joe Rogan’s nearly 3 hour interview with Dr. Peter McCullough, MD, MPH, who has had many of his videos and articles banned by the “tolerant” Left. McCullough is a board-certified cardiologist who has testified before committees of the US and Texas Senate regarding the treatment of COVID-19 and management of the ongoing pandemic. I’ve posted about him before.

The full video of his recent, nearly 3-hour interview with Joe Rogan is posted in full at https://open.spotify.com/episode/0aZte37vtFTkYT7b0b04Qz. I realize it’s realllly long, but I swear it is worth the time! His final words are, “There is no bigger, public health crisis than the impact of censorship on COVID-19.

Re: Things McCullough mentioned

His information about the Kirsch award is slightly inaccurate. The offer is, “If you can prove that the NIH and WHO got their treatment guidelines right, you could win $2M.” It went up May 24, 2021. NOBODY has taken him up on it!

January 23, 2022: “Defeat the Mandates” in DC: The protest march will begin at 11:30 am at the Washington Monument and walk together to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial (approximately 1 mile).

Representative Diana Harshbarger (TN-01) has introduced the “Natural Immunity is Real Act in the House of Representatives. This bill requires Federal agencies to take into account naturally acquired immunity from previous COVID-19 infection when issuing any rules or regulations aimed at protecting from COVID-19.

The link for the T-Detect home test for COVID T-cells is below.

He talks about the effectiveness of dilute Povidone Iodine rinses of the nose, sinuses, and throat in early stages of COVID to knock down the virus. It apparently hangs out in the facial area for several days, so killing it off there before it goes anywhere else is really effective. Povidone is also marketed as Betadine.

You can buy 10% Povidone Iodine OTC (Over The Counter) at any drug store. Amazon has it as well. Ten percent is for topical use on skin; it needs to be diluted to 1% for mouth gargling and nose/sinus spraying. To dilute, add 2 tablespoons of 10% Povidone Iodine to to 12 oz of water. Dr. McCullough recommends routine use of this mouthwash on a daily basis, and especially after contact with large indoor groups as a preventative for all viral infections, and as a must do early treatment for COVID.

I see that Amazon also has a pre-diluted Betadine nasal spray that is insanely expensive. You can get empty nasal spray bottles for $6.50 each, but personally, I’m going to go with my Neil Med SinuFlo system, which is $8.75 for the bottle with two salt packets. For one thing, I already have it. For another, Dr. McCullough said you need to get the iodine up into the sinuses, which takes a lot of oomph and snorting if you’re using a spray bottle.

The Neil Med bottle uses a combination of squirting under pressure and letting gravity fill the sinuses. (A neti pot just uses gravity.) I tip my head over the sink and squirt as much as will go up with one push into the upper nostril and hold my head there until I feel the liquid go into my sinuses on the other side. Then I face down into the sink to drain it out my nose, then do the other side. (Sorry if that’s gross.) There is always enough left after doing both nostrils and sinuses to gargle with. I’ve just been doing salt up until now, because it really helps my chronic allergic rhinitis. Some sites I googled recommend doing both salt and iodine, so it’ll probably be fine if I just use my regular salt mix with the iodine added.

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