Film your Hospital …

 

Courtesy of AB. It’s crickets out there. This is a hoax. This video is 24 minutes of empty hospitals and emergency rooms all over the country, thanks to real journalists called citizens. [Oh yeah, reminder: This is why they want us staying at home. It is not medical, it is to prevent us from seeing what is really going on … nothing. A hoax.]

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The 1976 Swine Flu hoax run by a different klutz, Gerald R. Ford

Bad attitudes

The image above appeared in my inbox this morning. I have no idea how these clowns got my name, but I thought it so appropriate that they choose me out of a crowd, as I was known, when employed by others, have have bad attitudes and to engage in negative behaviors. So I must be on a list somewhere. I have never contacted these people.

This post has nothing to do with that. I just like that image. Look at the happy skipping people next to the curmudgeon who wants to shoot them. I’m with curmud.

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Use of a virus as a means of shredding the constitution, or what remains of it

C-19 from Kaufman

The above photo is an electron microscope image of the (supposed) Covid-19 virus, supplied on a 38-minute video by Dr. Andy Kaufman, given to us last week by a commenter named “Michael,” who’s not been around since. The video is beneath the fold. I urge that you watch it, but know how that works, so at the end of this post I have supplied a timeline so that you can fast-forward to any part that interests you.

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Happy Monday!

We had a family gathering last evening, highly illegal. We played Scattegories, or as I. call it, “Mind Freeze.” I swear that if the letter than came up was “M,” and the category was “Boys Names,” I would sit there drawing a blank. We also ate pizza, played ping pong, and discussed how stay-at-home is affecting us all, even as my wife and I happily avoid every aspect of it.

At the grocery store, about the only social gathering place left to us, I still see less than half wearing those stupid face masks. Fear is all about but fewer people than I expected are buying in. This is encouraging. 

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Viruses are real

Note to readers: I am officially backing away from this post until I have more and better information. There are people of sound mind and good reasoning skills on both sides of the “virus” issue. I have to get up to speed, and it may take weeks or months.


The comments on this blog have been both numerous and insightful, but some of them lean towards political. We here been accused of not “believing” in viruses. However, any path of discovery has to weigh all options.

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Hospitals, clinics, testing centers infested with a wave of crickets

Ers

The screen grab above is from a video left in the comments yesterday, thirteen minutes showing that hospitals, clinics, testing sites are all empty. I grabbed the above shot because it demonstrates how corrupt our news media is. The lower image is Sky News on March 22nd reporting on Italy and showing an emergency room there. The upper image is CBS reporting on New York City and an emergency room there. The exact same footage used in both.

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Any virus will do

Note to readers: I am officially backing away from this post until I have more and better information. There are people of sound mind and good reasoning skills on both sides of the “virus” issue. I have to get up to speed, and it may take weeks or months.


Peter Robinson of the Hoover Institute is someone I enjoy listening to – he does very thoughtful interviews. Previously I linked to him, perhaps just in the comments, regarding mathematical proof that Darwinian evolution is impossible. (Species adapt, but do not become other species – this is all that Darwin discovered).

This interview is with Dr. Jay Bhattacharya of Stanford, a medical professor. I learned quite a bit, and have my doubts about some of it. It is 35 minutes, and as always, readers are wandering off. I get that. But a few will stay and watch.

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