Piers Morgan begins his stint on Sky tonight in Australia with his pitiful interview with President Trump. President Trump was correct in calling Morgan a “fool” for not knowing the 2020 election was fraudulently stolen!
‘THE STING: When Donald Trump was interviewed by Sharri Markson they speculated on the origin of the virus. It’s fair to say they both thought it had come from the Wuhan lab. Trump clearly concluded that it was accidental otherwise, as he said, it would have been an act of war.
So far, I believe, we’ve had three possibilities mooted. One is an animal to human transmission, liked by those fond of China for various reasons or who fear retaliation in one form or another. A second is an accidental escape from the lab, favoured it seems to me by an increasing number of people based on the circumstantial evidence. The third is a deliberate leak orchestrated by the CCP, or a faction in the CCP, in order to damage the West.
I plump for the second, but only if forced out of my ‘don’t-know’ comfort zone. Let’s face it, my opinion is worth diddly-squat. Even so, I will mention a fourth possibility, which is perhaps a little conspiratorial for comfort. It’s titled how drug companies make a bonanza.
Suppose you have an untried, experimental, spike-protein vax in the back office with no takers. You need the right transmissible infection. Nothing of great lethality. Nothing of triviality. The right infection happens. A convenient coincidence? Maybe. Sometimes life works out. Everything almost falls into place. There’s a missing link, as it were. And then comes Trump, in all naïve innocence, I believe.
COVID was taking a political toll. Trump needed a vaccine. He put Warp Speed into action. Great cover for the speedy production and distribution of vaccines which normally take five and more years to prove. Enter Trump again and HCQ. Now who got him to promote HCQ? That queered the pitch for therapeutics.
Vaccines could not have been given emergency authorisation if effective therapeutics were in use. Therapeutics had to be driven out of the medical marketplace. And associating them with Trump did the trick.
If you think this is a stretch, how in the world have we got to a point where people are being persecuted (including being robbed of their livelihoods) for refusing to take a ‘vaccine’ to combat a disease of very limited lethality; which, in any event, doesn’t prevent you getting the disease or passing it on; whose effectiveness quickly wanes; and whose long-term effects are, by definition, unknown. And, worse, and morally repugnant, where very young children, at no risk from the disease, are now being lined up, as though guinea pigs, to take the jab.
Sure, useful idiots predominate. But I, for one, am not ruling out sinister players. Cui Bono.
Death stalked the land in 2020 as COVID wreaked havoc with our medical infrastructure. Bring out your bodies heralded each morn. Not quite.
In fact, the ABS reports that deaths in in 2020 at 161,300 were fewer than in 2019 at 169,301. The 20 leading causes are listed. COVID didn’t make the cut, but was given special mention as the 38th. It reportedly caused 898 deaths with a median age of 86.9 years compared with 81.7 years for deaths as a whole. Sad though most deaths are for families and friends, how can those dying in their mid-eighties be described by the Prime Minister as each a “terrible tragedy,” without losing all sensible perspective and running out of superlatives fit for purpose.
Let me mention the 3,144 women who died in 2020 of breast cancer, with a median age of 72 years. The 2,186 people who died of melanoma, with a median age of 64.7 years. The 16,587 who died of heart disease, with a median age of 84.7 years. The 3,139 who committed suicide, with a median age of only 43.5 years. Children also died in 2020; each properly described as a terrible tragedy.
By the way, make of it what you will. Set against COVID deaths of 898, influenza -pneumonia deaths in 2020 were down 1,837 on their level in 2019 (admittedly a high year). But they were also down 815 on their level in 2018 (not a high year). Net-zero COVID/ Flu deaths perhaps?
The risk of dying from COVID is small, vanishingly small if you are neither old nor have serious underlying illnesses. That of course doesn’t fit the agenda. You can’t scare people witless and force novel so-called vaccines on them by telling the truth.
You have to invent a different truth built on modelling hyperbole, misinformation and secret public health advice. Then you can mask them, isolate them, prevent them having access to cheap therapeutic medicine, and then, finally, vaccinate them and their children. And boosters are dessert. Money rolls in.’ https://quadrant.org.au/opinion/qed/2021/11/sting-where-are-thy-deaths/
In Queensland, Australia a doctor can be charged if they prescribe hydroxychloroquine to a patient showing symptoms of the China virus. This commuist attitude is also displayed by the lovers of the Leftist Marxist Fake President. His CCP ‘…Leftmedia outlets and their Big Tech colluders are both aggressively suppressing reasonable questions about ChiCom Virus treatments and emerging hazards about the various vaccines. They are doing so under the now-ubiquitous umbrella of “fact-checking” social media posts — especially any post that hints at a treatment previously mentioned by former President Donald Trump.To that end, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) was suspended from Google-owned YouTube because he posted a video that referenced evidence that hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) might have had therapeutic benefits.
As you recall, HCQ is an inexpensive prescription drug dispensed primarily to fight malaria. It’s been around since the 1940s, and it was first mentioned by President Trump on 19 March of last year — a mention based on research indicating it might help as a preventive or treatment. HCQ is not an antiviral, but it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory, which a 1995 study by the National Institutes of Health determined was a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus. It is the inflammatory cytokine storm that fills the lungs of high-risk patients infected with SARS-CoV-2 and thus requires a ventilator. Many patients, particularly the elderly, never make it off the ventilators as the lung damage from bilateral pneumonia often results in irreparable damage and death.
Trump’s reference to HCQ resulted in his being excoriated by the Leftmedia for spreading “misinformation.”
Last week, Sen. Johnson dared mention a new HCQ study by researchers at the Smith Center for Infectious Diseases & Urban Health and Saint Barnabas Medical Center, who concluded that of 255 mechanically ventilated patients from early in the pandemic, “higher dose HCQ/AZM therapy improved survival by nearly 200%.” The study has yet to be peer-reviewed, but there are other studies here and here affirming the potential benefits of hydroxychloroquine.
Early treatment is key to COVID-19 recovery, and Trump’s use of HCQ may have been a factor in his rapid recovery from the virus last October. But as Johnson noted: “The fact of the matter is because we didn’t have early treatment, I don’t know how many thousands of lives, tens of thousands of lives lost that didn’t need to be lost. … It is a tragedy and blunder on the part of the health agencies.”
We’ll never know how many COVID-19 patients might have benefitted from HCQ as part of their treatment. But as we pass the 600,000 death mark this week, renowned New Jersey epidemiologist Dr. Stephen Smith estimates as many as 100,000 lives might have been saved.
But because Trump suggested it, the Leftmedia and social media platforms buried it — much as they did Trump’s insistence that the SARS-CoV-2 virus likely originated in China’s Wuhan P4 lab. Only now, 16 months and millions of deaths later, is the lab origin assessment making it into the mainstream media.
As Victor Davis Hanson, a senior fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution, concluded, “Irrationally hating everything Donald Trump touched was not just pathological, it often became downright scary — and deadly — for Americans.”
The social media silencing of Sen. Johnson coincided with another blackout — the suppression of reports of the relationship between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and myocarditis (heart inflammation), particularly in younger men.
That concern is now the focus of a CDC emergency meeting scheduled for this Friday (18 June). Understanding the increased incidence of myocarditis in ages 16 to 24 is particularly important given the growing chorus of secondary schools and colleges requiring vaccination as a condition of attendance. Likewise, many employers of young people may mandate the vaccine as a term of employment.
Notably, the country’s largest teachers union, the National Education Association, though supporting vaccinations, is not demanding COVID-19 vaccination for teachers and students, nor is the second largest union, the American Federation of Teachers, pushing for that requirement.
Fact is, a substantial number of CDC and FDA employees, and those of Anthony Fauci’s NIAID, have not taken the vaccine. Less than 43% of the population has been fully vaccinated, and states are now giving away free beer and dope, and millions in vaccine lottery winnings, to entice people to take it. (Yes, I note the irony of the lottery gambit to promote the vaccine gambit.)
At the very least, our government should determine whether forcing young people to get the vaccine could be more harmful to them than the virus itself.’ https://patriotpost.us/alexander/80652?mailing_id=5903&utm_medium=email&utm_source=pp.email.5903&utm_campaign=alexander&utm_content=body
Conservative Christian commentator and bestselling author Eric Metaxas’ radio show was terminated from YouTube this week after receiving multiple strikes for violating the video platform’s guidelines due to videos on vaccine passports and the 2020 election.
“In regards to YouTube terminating my radio show channel, it’s been clear to us for some time that they wanted to wipe us out,” Metaxas said in a Facebook post.
A YouTube spokesperson told The Christian Post the show’s channel was terminated under the “longstanding three strikes system.”
Although the radio show’s channel was removed from Youtube, Metaxas’ other YouTube channel sharing his media appearances is still active.
In his statement, Metaxas said that he and his team had done their “very best to comply” with what he called “creepy Marxist ‘community standards.” Still, the administrators of the Google-owned video platform “seem to have been digging into some of our older videos to find things they could use against us.”
“As their uncredited hero Stalin infamously said, ‘Show me the man and I will find you the crime,'” Metaxas wrote. “The loss to us financially is devastating, but when you are speaking truth at a time such as this you cannot be daunted by such things. None of my heroes ever were and by God’s grace I never will be.”
Metaxas, who authored If You Can Keep It and biographies on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, William Wilberforce and Martin Luther, vowed that the “The Eric Metaxas Show” “will not be silenced.”
The last strike for the radio show was about two months ago over an episode with controversial feminist author Naomi Wolf warning about the dangers of “vaccine passports” and a “social credit system.” Wolf, who wrote The End Of America in 2007, has been a critic of COVID-19 lockdowns.
YouTube removed the video for violating “medical misinformation policy.”
The email informing them that the video was removed explained, “We know that this might be disappointing, but it’s important to us that YouTube is a safe place for all. If content breaks our rules, we remove it.”
Some of the other strikes were from posts related to the 2020 election.
The first video removed was an interview called “Mike Lindell On What He Shared With The President & What Is Ultimately At Stake For Our Country” with the Trump-supporting founder of My Pillow.
The email detailing this video’s removal, which resulted in an initial warning, said the content “advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors, or glitches changed the outcome of the U.S. 2020 presidential election is not allowed on YouTube.”
Other videos removed included an interview with former Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann sharing her eyewitness account of the events of Jan. 6, a discussion on a “new era in America” and its “cultural, political and spiritual future,” as well as a video with John Zmirak discussing the censorship of the “violence-supporting left.”
Though the radio show will take a financial hit since YouTube was a significant revenue stream, its content is now available on Rumble, an alternative video-sharing platform.
“In fact this grotesque attack on free speech emboldens us dramatically in calling out Maoist and Soviet-style tactics for what they are, an expression of deepest fear that the truth can never be silenced,” Metaxas wrote in his post. “Because it cannot.”
Chris Himes, a social and video producer for the show, called the nature of the situation “oppressive.” Himes told CP the situation seemed “more punitive and subjective than rational.”
“Why did it take two months to issue the violation? #hachetjob We were a few days from one of the warnings expiring,” he said. “So they whacked us.”
He contends that the situation reminds him of the climate of places like Cuba, the country his mom’s family fled.
“It all felt very subjective, and in a couple instances, we would get a strike based on something that was three or four months old, so that led us to believe they were just looking for things that bothered them in our archives …,” Himes said.
“It feels very oppressive and reminds me of the climate that people in places like communist Cuba find themselves where they’re afraid to even utter the name of Castro out loud,” Himes shared. “… They’re so spooked about what they can’t say. They’re afraid to use certain words for fear of retribution.”
He said the community guidelines and policy seemed to change after the 2020 election.
“It feels that there is room for the next president to step in and break up these tech monopolies …,” Himes said. “Because things have gone too far, and the pendulum certainly needs to swing back the other way.”
Earlier this year, former President Donald Trump was banned from YouTube and all the leading social media apps after the Jan. 6 Capitol riots.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation last week, which goes into effect on July 1, that will punish “totalitarian” Big Tech censorship and protect the ability of Floridians to participate freely in online platforms.’https://www.christianpost.com/news/eric-metaxas-radio-show-banned-from-youtube.html?uid=d3769f0ce2&utm_source=The+Christian+Post+List&utm_campaign=CP-Newsletter&utm_medium=email
Who loves America?! Perhaps, we should ask; “What recent President loves America?”
‘You’d think it’d be reasonable to assume that, when in office, all presidents loved America. Raised hearing tales of such greats as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Teddy Roosevelt, I certainly thought so. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case in the modern era.
Other than Trump, the last one to certainly love America was Reagan. From his days as a young adult to his last days in office, he was a striver that constantly worked to better America. In his youth, he testified in HUAC, helping that body find out which Americans were communists. Later, as president, he fought for America with all his might.
But then came a long period of darkness. HW might have loved America in his youth, but, by the time he was president, it would have been hard to say that he truly believed in American exceptionalism. When given an opportunity to have Yeltsin denounce communism once and for all, as Dianna West recounts in American Betrayal, he refused to do so; he felt uncomfortable with the whole situation. Similarly, he involved us abroad without completing the job, raised taxes, and didn’t even begin to fight the culture war. Frankly, it’d be hard to say he remained a patriot by the time he entered office, much less left it.
Then came Clinton. He didn’t, and still doesn’t, care about anything but power and pleasure. Hence why he shifted in the wind, adjusting his policies to remain popular, while also raping women and having sexual relations with an intern in the Oval Office. Clinton put his personal gratification over the majesty of the state, there’s no way he loved the country. Plus, he signed NAFTA, which was devastating to the American worker.
Then came George W Bush. He let illegals flood into the country, squandered our blood and treasure abroad, and let China rise at a breakneck pace. Worst of all, he kept sending more and more troops to Iraq and Afghanistan, wasting their lives in “nation-building” projects in a region stuck in the Dark Ages. He valued the lives of Iraqis and Afghanis over the lives of US soldiers, valued letting in illegals over protecting American sovereignty, how could he be said to love America?
Then there was Obama, the worst of all. His policies, from weakness abroad to socialism at home, proved devastating to America. Worse yet, they were certainly rooted in a profound dislike of the American system and American exceptionalism. While there might be some who disagree with me about the others, hopefully every conservative can agree that Obama didn’t love America.
But after all that we finally got Trump. After years upon years of presidents squandering our power and treasure, wasting the lives of soldiers and ruining the lives of workers, helping China and Iraq rise while letting America crumble, we finally got a president that did everything he could to make America a better place. Unlike HW he cut taxes. Unlike Clinton he put America above himself. Unlike GW he didn’t send troops to die for no apparent reason. And, unlike Obama, he made America stronger, not weaker. Trump truly loved America.
Biden is a dolt. It’s impossible to know what he thinks because he doesn’t think about anything except what pudding he’s having for dinner.’https://genzconservative.com/trump-loved-america/?utm_source=mailpoet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=occupied-america-racist-anti-racism-and-the-contradictions-of-american-life_199
If President Trump was still in the WH this would definetly be banned but now with the Fake President that goes in circles this may be accepted as something that may have some truth to it! Who knows? Anyway, ‘Two notable virologists claim to have found “unique fingerprints” on COVID-19 samples that only could have arisen from laboratory manipulation, according to an explosive 22-page paper obtained by the Daily Mail.
British professor Angus Dalgleish – best known for creating the world’s first ‘HIV vaccine’, and Norwegian virologist Dr. Birger Sørensen – chair of pharmaceutical company, Immunor, who has published 31 peer-reviewed papers and holds several patents, wrote that while analyzing virus samples last year, the pair discovered “unique fingerprints” in the form of “six inserts” created through gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.
They also conclude that “SARS-Coronavirus-2 has “no credible natural ancestor” and that it is “beyond reasonable doubt” that the virus was created via “laboratory manipulation.”‘https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/virologists-claim-fingerprints-manipulation-prove-covid-19-man-made-no-credible-natural?utm_campaign=&utm_content=Zerohedge%3A+The+Durden+Dispatch&utm_medium=email&utm_source=zh_newsletter