Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Link Dump

 Can't keep up today, so I am just going to put up a lot of links:

The Curious Case of ‘Videographer’ Baked Alaska: Marched and Filmed at the Charlottesville Tiki Torch March – Conversed with Ray Epps on Jan. 5 – Broke into Pelosi’s Office on Jan. 6 to Film Faces – But Somehow Spared from Jail?

I want to point out something about Joe Biden's comment. In a way he is right. Notwithstanding the fact that the people on his side have suppressed the use of life-saving medications like Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin, and treatment programs developed by people like Zev Zelenko, Dr. Peter McCullough, and the Frontline Doctors, it is true that vaccines do appear to save lives, and here is a story to prove it:

So the thing you need to know is, while there have been 622 deaths among fully vaccinated people, there have been 5538 deaths in Oregon itself. That means 4916 deaths have been unvaccinated or partially vaccinated. 

Now, we have been vaccinating people since February of 2022. That's about 11 months. This pandemic has been going strong since February of 2020. That is about 22 months, which means that 622 vaccinated people have died of COVID in the second half of the pandemic. 

Considering that Joe Biden's COVID death numbers are worse than Trump's (in other words, there have been more deaths in the 11 or so months that Biden has been President than there had been in the last 11 or so months of Trump's Presidency), I think these numbers show that the vaccines are working at slowing down deaths. 

Of course, that does not take into account the deaths caused by the vaccines. We don't have hard numbers on those. 

From what I can tell, from having read and digested a huge amount of information on this subject, it appears that vaccines are helpful for older people (who are not in good health, and don't use other treatment plans), and the vaccines are dangerous for younger people, who hardly ever die of COVID.

I don't know that what I said above is true. It is just my speculation/hunch, based upon everything I have read.

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