Thursday, February 9, 2023

Did 7.5 Million People Die From COVID Shots?; Biden’s Base: Why He Won’t End the COVID ‘emergency’ for Months, and other C-Virus related stories

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Horowitz: Did 7.5 million people die from COVID shots?
There is simply no macro epidemiological evidence that the COVID jabs saved any lives from the virus. To the contrary, there are numerous data points showing negative efficacy. Moreover, over 70% of the 6.75 million recorded COVID deaths occurred precisely after the shots were unleashed. In fact, many parts of the world that barely experienced COVID deaths during the first year, such as Scandinavia, Australia, and far East Asia, incurred almost all of their deaths after the shots were in the arms of every senior. So now that we established there was no mortality benefit, what was the cost? What if I told you it was 7.5 million – even more than the recorded number of COVID deaths?
A new peer-reviewed study from Michigan State University estimated that as of Dec. 18, 2021, the time of the survey, 278,000 Americans died of reactions to the jabs. The study, published last week in BMC Infectious Diseases, used Dynata, the world’s largest first-party data platform, to create a random sample of 2,840 Americans to report their experience with the shots: 15% of those surveyed indicated they had experienced a health issue after vaccination, and 13% of those indicated that a severe adverse event had occurred, in line with many other surveys.
Using extrapolations from the survey juxtaposed to state-by-state VAERS deaths, the researcher estimates that, as of Dec. 18, 2021, there were a total of 278,000 vaccine fatalities in the U.S. Further, “severe” adverse events are estimated to be about one million nationwide, and “less severe” adverse events are about 2.1 million. Estimated nationwide fatalities, “severe” injuries, and “less severe” injuries tally to 3.4 million.
This is just after the first year of the vaccine. The results should shock the conscience of the public. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden’s base: Why he won’t end the COVID ‘emergency’ for months
Hey, guess what? The COVID emergency is over — three months from now! God made the universe in six days. It will take President Joe Biden about 240, all in all, to bring an end to an “emergency” that ought to have been over the very moment he said it was over in September 2022.
I know Joe Biden isn’t God, to put it mildly, but this is setting the bar a little low even for a president who has redefined the meaning of the phrase “setting the bar low.”
To recap: The president declared the crisis moment had passed Sept. 18, 2022, when he appeared on “60 Minutes” and said “the pandemic is over.” On Jan. 30, 2023, the White House announced the official “COVID emergency” would come to an end in May 2023. That’s eight months after Biden’s “60 Minutes” claim.
Why May? Well, according to The New York Times, the Biden White House wants “an orderly transition out of the public health emergency.” Welcome to Orwell-ville. An “orderly transition” out of an emergency is to end all emergency measures the second the emergency is over.
A state of emergency is — by definition — a condition of existential disorder. People are forced to live and act and work in a manner other than what would be normal. Ordinary rules are suspended. Ordinary procedures are superseded by extraordinary procedures that wouldn’t be in place otherwise.
An emergency is a disruption of the usual, the regular. The snapback should be instantaneous and reflexive, like a leg settling back into its steady position after its reflex point has been tapped by a hammer. Order is orderly. Disorder is disorderly. Order trumps and ends disorder. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to relevant/related stories and resources:

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Biden keeping ‘emergency’ COVID powers until May to ‘get everything done’

USA TODAY: Coronavirus Updates

WSJ: Coronavirus Live Updates

YAHOO NEWS: Coronavirus Live Updates

NEW YORK POST: Coronavirus The Latest

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