Monday, March 27, 2023

Step Aside COVID: The CDC Has a New and Improved 'Serious Global Health Threat' to Terrify Us Into Submission; Former lawmaker behind Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill pleads guilty to $150K COVID relief fraud, and other C-Virus related stories

Mike Groll
Step Aside COVID: The CDC Has a New and Improved 'Serious Global Health Threat' to Terrify Us Into Submission
The doomsday emo-dolts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) hit the pause button on their Joy Division cassette tape long enough to warn us of a mysterious new fungus that can be deadly to people who contract it. It’s called Candida auris, aka C. auris.
Fast Fungus Facts
>The fungal disease is quite rare.
> It’s easily spread by person-to-person contact and can also be picked up from contaminated surfaces.
> In rare cases, the fungus can spread to an infected person’s brain, heart, blood, eyes, and bones, and kill them.
Got that? The rare fungus can, in rare cases, kill people.
So, why the hysteria from the CDC? The CDC has learned from observing a small number of Candida auris patients that under the right wrong conditions, the fungus kills 30%-60% of people who contract it.
FACT-O-RAMA! Healthy people can contract the fungus but typically don’t even get sick from it
The CDC alarmists claim there are three problems with the fungus:
> It can be hard to identify (as COVID-19 was).
> Drugs don’t seem to work well on it (like COVID — except for ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine, but we can’t mention those lest the FDA reminds us we aren’t donkeys).
> It seems to break out rapidly in healthcare facilities (also like COVID).
The CDC stated that the fungus seems to prefer people who are: diabetic; very sick; have been in a care facility for a while; are using catheters, breathing and/or feeding tubes; or have recently undergone surgery — much like COVID’s favorite victims. --->READ MORE HERE
Former lawmaker behind Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill pleads guilty to $150K COVID relief fraud:
The disgraced former Republican Florida lawmaker behind the state’s controversial “Don’t Say Gay” bill pleaded guilty on Tuesday to charges of wire fraud, money laundering and making false statements related to a scheme to defraud the government of COVID-19 relief funds.
Joe Harding, who resigned from the Florida legislature in December after his indictment, faces up to 35 years in prison for his crimes.
The US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Florida said Harding fraudulently obtained $150,000 in COVID-19 relief funds from the Small Business Administration after making false statements on an Economic Injury Disaster Loan application between Dec. 1, 2020 and March 1, 2021.
Harding used fake bank statements as supporting documentation on his loan applications, which were made in the name of one of his dormant business entities, which had no employees at the time, federal prosecutors said.
The 35-year-old ex-state rep from Ocala was elected to the Florida House in 2020 and sponsored legislation banning discussions related to gender identity and sexual orientation in public schools up until the third grade. --->READ MORE HERE
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