Biden fear mongering Covid hoax No. 2

oldhorn2

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ironic that after meeting with the Texas Democrat bunch a senior Pelosi aide and a White House Staffer have tested positive for Covid.

......so turns out the Dems playing hookie created a "super Spreader" event.....

proves there is a God after all....
 

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ironic that after meeting with the Texas Democrat bunch a senior Pelosi aide and a White House Staffer have tested positive for Covid.

......so turns out the Dems playing hookie created a "super Spreader" event.....

proves there is a God after all....

These politicians either lied about getting the vaccine, or lied about the effectiveness.

IT IS TOO EARLY TO START REQUIRING PEOPLE TO HAVE IT TO GO PLACES!!! What in the hell do people not understand about this only being on the market for less than 9 months???
 

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These politicians either lied about getting the vaccine, or lied about the effectiveness.

IT IS TOO EARLY TO START REQUIRING PEOPLE TO HAVE IT TO GO PLACES!!! What in the hell do people not understand about this only being on the market for less than 9 months???
I'm sure this is something that most everyone understands but when I see these statements I have to comment.

The vaccines don't create a force field around your body where no viral particles can enter. They can still enter your body like they do unvaccinated people. Once they are in your body, your bodies immune response kicks in. This happens in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. The difference is in most vaccinated people, their body has already learned how to fight off the virus which allows it to do it much faster. The quicker response prevents the virus from replicating as many times and prevents infection or serious infection. In unvaccinated people the immune response is slower and the virus is able to replicate to much higher numbers which is more likely to create a serious infection. So in both cases a test can pick up viral particles in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people because the tests only detect whats there and not if you are necessarily infected or at what levels. The tests might even detect dead viral particles. So in short a test finding the virus should not be evidence that the vaccines are not effective.

The problem is they are testing people who have no symptoms or very mild, and claiming it as a case even though their immune system has already kicked its ass (applies for both vac and unvac). I have no idea why they still insist on testing people who are not sick. All it does is create more drama which this country doesn't need.
 

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I hate to be the bearer of bad news here and everyone is certainly entitled to their own opinions and choices but to everyone here who has taken the so called "vaccine" should probably be alarmed by this. It's the never ending circle of fear they are hoping for to win elections and seize ultimate control of everyone's life.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
 

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Check this out. We're now at the point where we have more deaths from Covid vaccines than from Covid.

 

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Check this out. We're now at the point where we have more deaths from Covid vaccines than from Covid.

Well, yeah but that's taking backseat billing to the "new cases of Delta variant" in the U.S. Chucklz. They're like a well oiled machine. They have a plandemic for every occasion.
 

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I'm sure this is something that most everyone understands but when I see these statements I have to comment.

The vaccines don't create a force field around your body where no viral particles can enter. They can still enter your body like they do unvaccinated people. Once they are in your body, your bodies immune response kicks in. This happens in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. The difference is in most vaccinated people, their body has already learned how to fight off the virus which allows it to do it much faster. The quicker response prevents the virus from replicating as many times and prevents infection or serious infection. In unvaccinated people the immune response is slower and the virus is able to replicate to much higher numbers which is more likely to create a serious infection. So in both cases a test can pick up viral particles in both vaccinated and unvaccinated people because the tests only detect whats there and not if you are necessarily infected or at what levels. The tests might even detect dead viral particles. So in short a test finding the virus should not be evidence that the vaccines are not effective.

The problem is they are testing people who have no symptoms or very mild, and claiming it as a case even though their immune system has already kicked its ass (applies for both vac and unvac). I have no idea why they still insist on testing people who are not sick. All it does is create more drama which this country doesn't need.

Not a fan of tongue in cheek comments I take it?

Or do seriously disagree with the requiring people to have a vaccine to do things and go places already?
 

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Not a fan of tongue in cheek comments I take it?

Or do seriously disagree with the requiring people to have a vaccine to do things and go places already?
It’s hard to tell what’s tongue and cheek now days.

I absolutely disagree with requiring vaccines, as well as mask mandates and shutdowns. Let people decide for themselves.
 

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I have a question for the armchair attorney's on here: Let's say my kid's public school requires my kid to have a "vaccine" before returning to school in the fall and let's say my kid gets the so called "vaccine" but dies of complications from the 'vaccine', from a legal standpoint, could I take legal action against my kid's school for making that mandatory? I'll hang up and listen.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
 
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I have a question for the armchair attorney's on here: Let's say my kid's public school requires my kid to have a "vaccine" before returning to school in the fall and let's say my kid gets the so called "vaccine" but dies of complications from the 'vaccine', from a legal standpoint, could I take legal action against my kid's school for making that mandatory? I'll hang up and listen.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
One more reason for school vouchers.
 

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I have a question for the armchair attorney's on here: Let's say my kid's public school requires my kid to have a "vaccine" before returning to school in the fall and let's say my kid gets the so called "vaccine" but dies of complications from the 'vaccine', from a legal standpoint, could I take legal action against my kid's school for making that mandatory? I'll hang up and listen.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
The only reason a school system would institute such a policy is to avoid reputational risk (i.e., school board members determine that they must follow the vaccine groundswell despite the clear scientific evidence that covid is not a risk to school-age children and the growing evidence of health risks of the vaccine to school age children with underlying heart issues).
It will only take a few of these deaths and law suits to reverse the risk calculus. As soon as the risk to the school system changes from reputational to legal risk then these absurd policies would stop.
Very arm-chair perspective here.
 
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The only reason a school system would institute such a policy is to avoid reputational risk (i.e., school board members determine that they must follow the vaccine groundswell despite the clear scientific evidence that covid is not a risk to school-age children and the growing evidence of health risks of the vaccine to school age children with underlying heart issues).
It will only take a few of these deaths and law suits to reverse the risk calculus. As soon as the risk to the school system changes from reputational to legal risk then these absurd policies would stop.
Very arm-chair perspective here.
No, I agree and unfortunately it will probably take some kids losing their lives due to complications from the 'vaccine' and the ensuing legal battles to get things back into perspective
 

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No, I agree and unfortunately it will probably take some kids losing their lives due to complications from the 'vaccine' and the ensuing legal battles to get things back into perspective
That’s it. Unfortunately, we’ve lost the rule of law in this country. There are only a few instances in which repercussions are realized for breaches of law, morality or ethics.
 
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I have a question for the armchair attorney's on here: Let's say my kid's public school requires my kid to have a "vaccine" before returning to school in the fall and let's say my kid gets the so called "vaccine" but dies of complications from the 'vaccine', from a legal standpoint, could I take legal action against my kid's school for making that mandatory? I'll hang up and listen.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
It depends. If the school district has no process in place for people to be considered exempt from taking the vaccine and requires everyone to be vaccinated then yes there’s some legal exposure to the district as well as the administrators and individual school board members who approved the vaccine requirement. They would have to be reasonable and appropriate in their actions so as to minimize their legal risks.
 

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It depends. If the school district has no process in place for people to be considered exempt from taking the vaccine and requires everyone to be vaccinated then yes there’s some legal exposure to the district as well as the administrators and individual school board members who approved the vaccine requirement. They would have to be reasonable and appropriate in their actions so as to minimize their legal risks.
Good point Doc on the potential legal risk to the individual school board members and administrators. Once there is a lawsuit or two and these folks recognize this isn’t a theoretical risk, decision making will change.
 

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I have a question for the armchair attorney's on here: Let's say my kid's public school requires my kid to have a "vaccine" before returning to school in the fall and let's say my kid gets the so called "vaccine" but dies of complications from the 'vaccine', from a legal standpoint, could I take legal action against my kid's school for making that mandatory? I'll hang up and listen.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
Two choices.

You sue them.

You go the school and put a bullet in them and claim defense of imminent threat to the life of your child. I get on the jury and you don't do a day of jail time.
 

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I have a question for the armchair attorney's on here: Let's say my kid's public school requires my kid to have a "vaccine" before returning to school in the fall and let's say my kid gets the so called "vaccine" but dies of complications from the 'vaccine', from a legal standpoint, could I take legal action against my kid's school for making that mandatory? I'll hang up and listen.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html
Vaccines are exempt from liability and I believe that Covid vax was granted that protection
 

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Nancy, Maxine and Dianne are part of sleepy's concubine. California politics is a melanoma for the United States.

I gotta add this here, thought I'd share. 😁

 

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The thugs essentially rule the urban streets in Biden’s America. No cash bail, decriminalizing certain offenses, releasing non-violent offenders from prisons, and other leftist DA policies have resulted in a power shift from law enforcement to the criminals.
And, there is no father at home teaching morality and ethics for the 2% of the population that is committing 70% of these crimes.
The social contract upon which a civilized society depends is broken and not recognized by these thugs. They feel entitled now.
Without law and order and a social contract, society is F’d. Get out of cities. It won’t get better for a generation or two.
 
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Nancy, Maxine and Dianne are part of sleepy's concubine. California politics is a melanoma for the United States.

I gotta add this here, thought I'd share. 😁

This article I'm attaching has a breakdown transcript of the questions he was asked and his responses. I challenge anyone to read this and tell me how safe we are with this person in charge. No way our adversaries take this dunce seriously. This is beyond alarming. Good job libs, you all knew he was like this before the election, good job.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...policy-work-falsely-says-WONT-COVID-shot.html
 

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This article I'm attaching has a breakdown transcript of the questions he was asked and his responses. I challenge anyone to read this and tell me how safe we are with this person in charge. No way our adversaries take this dunce seriously. This is beyond alarming. Good job libs, you all knew he was like this before the election, good job.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...policy-work-falsely-says-WONT-COVID-shot.html

Sad/crazy times we live in these days. Biden is barely coherent and he's done nothing of substance, yet the liberal media says nothing about it. NADA. Crickets. Trump accomplished more in his first week at POTUS than Biden has in his whole political career, yet "orange man is bad". SMDH.
 

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This article I'm attaching has a breakdown transcript of the questions he was asked and his responses. I challenge anyone to read this and tell me how safe we are with this person in charge. No way our adversaries take this dunce seriously. This is beyond alarming. Good job libs, you all knew he was like this before the election, good job.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...policy-work-falsely-says-WONT-COVID-shot.html
Lib: “Yes we knew, but orange man bad!”
 
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So now it’s becoming abundantly clear that the Biden admin has been lying all along and the ‘vaccine’ does nothing to protect you from Covid hoax in general. Chucklz who would have guessed?https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/...nford-students-test-positive-coronavirus.html
Seven must be the unlucky number. Here is a report from here in El Paso where 7 people that were vaccinated actually died of Covid. We better save these reports to the hard drive before Big Brother censors them from the annals of history

https://www.elpasotimes.com/story/n...y-vaccinated-people-died-covid-19/8046495002/
 
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meanwhile, back at the retirement community here 10 min from Clobs new digs.....Everyday I am seeing a parade of potential new residents checking the community out. I ask em.....where y'all from?...answer...California!...They all claim to want out of Cali to escape $6.00 gas taxes and crime....

California is not a location. It is an infection. The people try and flee it, but they are already infected so they just spread it everywhere.....the original pandemic!
 

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meanwhile, back at the retirement community here 10 min from Clobs new digs.....Everyday I am seeing a parade of potential new residents checking the community out. I ask em.....where y'all from?...answer...California!...They all claim to want out of Cali to escape $6.00 gas taxes and crime....

California is not a location. It is an infection. The people try and flee it, but they are already infected so they just spread it everywhere.....the original pandemic!
Spreading the Pelosi, Maxine, Feinstein virus.
 

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meanwhile, back at the retirement community here 10 min from Clobs new digs.....Everyday I am seeing a parade of potential new residents checking the community out. I ask em.....where y'all from?...answer...California!...They all claim to want out of Cali to escape $6.00 gas taxes and crime....

California is not a location. It is an infection. The people try and flee it, but they are already infected so they just spread it everywhere.....the original pandemic!
You better pack up the wagon and head over to the Kissing Tree.
 

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