"The CDC just made the closing weeks of 2022 campaigns a lot more volatile for some shaky Democrat candidates, especially for incumbent, pro-mandate Democrat governors like JB Pritzker, Kathy Hochul, and Gretchen Whitmer."Read more
““If you take Paxlovid, you might get symptoms again,” Walensky told CBS News on Tuesday.”Read more
What a surprise - the CDC and states across the country have been over-counting the number of American adults who have been fully vaccinated. Here's how Bloomberg explains this accident (because what kind of person would do this on purpose?): "in collating reams of data on vaccinations, the US has counted too many shots as first doses when they are instead second doses or booster shots."Read more
“48,465 people over the age of 80 died within 14 days or their first or second dose. “This is raw data,” says Renz. “Raw. There’s no analysis.” He goes on the remind us of the insult-to-injury fact that the system rigged it such that if a person dies within 2 weeks of a ‘vaccine,’ they are counted as unvaccinated.”
The 1-hour video with Greg Hunter and Karen Kingston is very good as is the 28-minute Thomas Renz video. Recommended.Read more
“The COVID vaccines are not the only dangerous vaccines. Would you believe that the entire childhood vaccine schedule is dangerous? You will after you watch my interview with Alix Mayer.”
This is a 44-minute video. Recommended.Read more
“As coronavirus cases surge nationwide, the flu has seen a remarkable dip. Reported cases of influenza reached record lows last week, with fewer than 40 diagnoses recorded during Dec. 13-19.”Read more
BREAKING: A few days ago Johns Hopkins published a study saying corona is nbd. They then deleted it.
“Johns Hopkins published this study on Sunday which posits that Covid is nowhere near the disaster we're being told it is. I would summarize it for you or offer pull-quotes but honestly, you just have to read it yourself because it's mind-blowing. The original article is now deleted from the Johns Hopkins website ... for some reason. Luckily the internet is forever and it's available via the Wayback Machine.”
Please see the first comment below with comments about why this study was taken down.