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steross

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You mean, what if every state and town shoved positive patients in nursing homes??

Sorry, just had to.

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And while that was not a good thing, anyone with even the slightest common sense knows that had nothing to do with the size of the outbreak. But, it absolutely shows the poor decisions and extra death that would have occurred on a widespread basis had such an outbreak occurred.

But, I know you had to. Partisanship is an insidious thing that seems to take people over once it gets them. They can't stop thinking us vs them and considering other Americans who simply have a different opinion as the enemy. And, if they are the enemy, any mistake they make is magnified and any mistake made by your own side is minimized in your mind. I can tell by your posts, you simply have to because that is how you see things.
 

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So you leave your mask on while you eat and/or drink anything?
requiring/asking people to mask up while going into a restaurant and leave on until seated is to help limit exposure...while seated at a table with your family/friends and eating you all are essentially agreeing to "hang out" with each other and spread germs, food, jokes, stories, etc.
this is the funniest argument I hear from my parents as well, 'so you can get covid going into a restaurant but not when you sit down." of course not, but the other alternative is to not let anyone go and eat, or limit seating, or just no mask at all. It's about limiting exposure, you cannot stop it completely.
 

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With anti vaccine fanatics, like Alex Jones, Mike Adams, Dr. Mikovits and a bunch of others often putting out down right crazy, scary stuff against the vaccines, I'm not surprised that an outfit, like Veritas would want to get on the band wagon, too. I only got a sore upper arm twice from the vaccines, but wonder how really rare the severe adverse reactions are. Anyway, maybe medical science needs to do a better job in how to determine what people have medical conditions that make them inadvisable to take a covid vaccine.

Meanwhile, some doctors are threatened with getting their medical licenses taken away for prescribing Ivermectin. I don't see how that can be justified, unless it can be shown those doctors are losing more patients to covid than doctors who don't prescribe it.
I felt weird liking that comment.

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You mean, what if every state and town shoved positive patients in nursing homes??

Sorry, just had to.

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And while that was not a good thing, anyone with even the slightest common sense knows that had nothing to do with the size of the outbreak. But, it absolutely shows the poor decisions and extra death that would have occurred on a widespread basis had such an outbreak occurred.

But, I know you had to. Partisanship is an insidious thing that seems to take people over once it gets them. They can't stop thinking us vs them and considering other Americans who simply have a different opinion as the enemy. And, if they are the enemy, any mistake they make is magnified and any mistake made by your own side is minimized in your mind. I can tell by your posts, you simply have to because that is how you see things.
Sorry, but the guy that "did things right" and wrote a book for his victory lap, is an a**hole, no matter what side of the aisle you are on.
And it was said in jest. You mentioned New York and it was a great setup, just waiting there for me to take a swing at. Come on, you had to know someone was gonna say it.

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Sorry, but the guy that "did things right" and wrote a book for his victory lap, is an a**hole, no matter what side of the aisle you are on.
And it was said in jest. You mentioned New York and it was a great setup, just waiting there for me to take a swing at. Come on, you had to know someone was gonna say it.

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Where did the quote of "did things right" come from since you put it in quotes? Nobody would say that but him. I certainly did not say that. And of course, he is a bad guy. But, my post had nothing to do with him. But, you see New York and pandemic and that is the first thing that comes to your head. Thanks for making my point. You see enemies, not Americans.

And, we both know your hate isn't jest when you repeat the same mantra in nearly every post as do a few other posters here.
 

llcoolw

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Without even watching the video...

1. There isn't a "the vaccine". There are 4 worldwide, 3 on the US market. They are in competition with each other and have a vested interest in cornering the market.

2. Biden-Pelosi have every reason to blow the whistle on Trump incompetence. They would have him on double-secret impeachment. Likewise, Trump officials have every reason to blow the whistle on any Biden cover-up.

3. Research is being done in multiple countries so it would have to be a worldwide cover-up.

4. Research is being done by nongovernment scientists, so the conspiracy would have to be unbelievably vast in scope.

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There’s zero reason to watch it. It’s damage is already done. The hill just became a mountain.
 

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Where did the quote of "did things right" come from since you put it in quotes? Nobody would say that but him. I certainly did not say that. And of course, he is a bad guy. But, my post had nothing to do with him. But, you see New York and pandemic and that is the first thing that comes to your head. Thanks for making my point. You see enemies, not Americans.

And, we both know your hate isn't jest when you repeat the same mantra in nearly every post as do a few other posters here.
Fauci said it in July of 2020

“New York got hit worse than any place in the world. And they did it correctly by doing the things that you're talking about,” Fauci said in July, catapulting New York as America's gold standard on how to handle the virus
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/f...epeatedly-praising-cuomo-response/ar-BB1e30t7
 

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From your article that is 6 months old:
Fauci admitted that New York had “made some mistakes,” but that overall, officials were following coronavirus guidelines well.

I didn't mention Cuomo. I didn't mention nursing homes. I didn't praise Cuomo. All I mentioned is how hard NYC was hit.

You guys make this so easy to show my point. Your brains hear New York with pandemic and immediately start thinking Cuomo because that is the best partisan play that is peripherally related to the subject of NY.
 

llcoolw

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After the police beat an elderly woman for non compliance, everything changed. There are people escorting the maskless. Talk and sharing of videos to now take the fight not only to the police but to their homes and families. And some are spreading these videos here in the US with the same kind of insidious planning in us vs them. In case anyone is unfamiliar how far this has come. Some of the unvaccinated call themselves the purebloods and are swearing for death before submission.
 

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Take the company the size of Walmart. How many people will it take just to make sure all of there employees are in compliance? I wonder how many new employees they orientate on a weekly basis.
My SIL in Bentonville at corporate is busy right now making sure all his employees, in corporate, are vaccinated and already working to replace those who refuse (which is one or two people). Most are in compliance, of course he's been at this a few months, long before Bidens mandate.
 
My SIL in Bentonville at corporate is busy right now making sure all his employees, in corporate, are vaccinated and already working to replace those who refuse (which is one or two people). Most are in compliance, of course he's been at this a few months, long before Bidens mandate.
That’s the corporate office. I’m referring to the local store employees making wages they can find somewhere else without many problems. Take OSU for example. There are 175 openings today for people from landscapers to professors. That’s only the Stillwater campus.

Anybody who thinks people will not leave there jobs over this need to pull their heads out of the sand. It’s not like the old days when one guy left there were 10 more waiting in line for his job.
 
And while that was not a good thing, anyone with even the slightest common sense knows that had nothing to do with the size of the outbreak. But, it absolutely shows the poor decisions and extra death that would have occurred on a widespread basis had such an outbreak occurred.

But, I know you had to. Partisanship is an insidious thing that seems to take people over once it gets them. They can't stop thinking us vs them and considering other Americans who simply have a different opinion as the enemy. And, if they are the enemy, any mistake they make is magnified and any mistake made by your own side is minimized in your mind. I can tell by your posts, you simply have to because that is how you see things.
Lol. Coming from the guy who yesterday claimed all people dying are conservatives. Do you ask patients for a voter ID care before you’ll treat them? I’ve been to a lot of doctors in my life and never had any of them ask for my political affiliation and I have no idea of their viewpoints.

One thing this whole covid has brought to light is just how political even the medical field is.
 

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That’s the corporate office. I’m referring to the local store employees making wages they can find somewhere else without many problems. Take OSU for example. There are 175 openings today for people from landscapers to professors. That’s only the Stillwater campus.

Anybody who thinks people will not leave there jobs over this need to pull their heads out of the sand. It’s not like the old days when one guy left there were 10 more waiting in line for his job.
You had your vaccine right? Why do you care? It's the pro business, pro travel, pro "party of common sense" thing to do...the people that are losing their jobs over this don't belong to your "party," and have very little.
 

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Lol. Coming from the guy who yesterday claimed all people dying are conservatives. Do you ask patients for a voter ID care before you’ll treat them? I’ve been to a lot of doctors in my life and never had any of them ask for my political affiliation and I have no idea of their viewpoints.

One thing this whole covid has brought to light is just how political even the medical field is.
Right. I claimed that all people dying are conservative.

You do realize that what is written here is actually still there for all to read, right? It isn't a 'he said- she said' kinda thing. It is still there.

Of course, lies are so dang common now that the truth doesn't even matter to some. Even the blatant, low moral fortitude lies of those that falsely claim "common sense."
 

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Last one.

Sorry but the videos are being scrubbed faster than downloads. So bitchute is the only way to see them.

This shows a single man being confronted by riot police and probably a rubber bullet gun or maybe tear gas. Either way, he won’t comply and the police don’t know what to do about it. Then it shows the violence spread from the protesters. I’d say it’s a major spread event x 100.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jnhf4FafUEKP/
 

llcoolw

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Last one.

Sorry but the videos are being scrubbed faster than downloads. So bitchute is the only way to see them.

This shows a single man being confronted by riot police and probably a rubber bullet gun or maybe tear gas. Either way, he won’t comply and the police don’t know what to do about it. Then it shows the violence spread from the protesters. I’d say it’s a major spread event x 100.
https://www.bitchute.com/video/jnhf4FafUEKP/
Apologies. Didn’t realize the levels of violence.