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    Quote Originally Posted by SalesServiceGuy View Post
    ... do you think COVID-19 gives a shit about compassion?

    I think the families of those who died after being vaccinated deserve your compassion and those that refuse the vaccine deserve your understanding. Likewise, I think the lady in the picture deserves more than your cold tongue and heartless behavior.
    Last edited by BillyCarpenter; 1 Week Ago at 06:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyCarpenter View Post
    I think the families of those who died after being vaccinated deserve your compassion and those that refuse the vaccine deserve your understanding. Likewise, I think the lady in the picture deserves more than your cold tongue and heartless behavior.
    And yet he is pushing everyone to take the shot for " others "?
    Screw the compassion for him.
    #SayNoToTheShot
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    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    And if the purple is due to blood clots that can result in a fatal heart attack or stroke? Since the truth is now out that COVID-10 can be treat very effective with Hydroxychloroquine and a few other now approved pharmas there are worse things that can happen then coming down with a virus.

    Here we go again with YOUR BS Hydroxychloroquine

    It doesn't work AH NEVER worked as preventative or treatment for Covid19.
    Stop the CONSPIRACY Theories


    Yes we do now have some drugs that have some success

    Get your information from the CDC and FDA slim

    Science vs Fiction

    Way to go spreading fear about being vaccinated.
    Please tell us about the space lasers next slim
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    FDA set to lower Pfizer vaccine age to 12

    The two-dose COVID vaccine is expected to be approved for even younger kids by this fall.

    BY ZEKE MILLER AND JONATHAN LEMIRE

    Associated Press

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for young adults age 12 and older by next week, according to a federal official and a person familiar with the process, setting up shots for many before the beginning of the next school year.

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    Evidence Reveals That Military Team Collaborated With Lab Where COVID-19 Pandemic Originated

    The Chinese regime has said its controversial virology institute had no relationship with the military, but the institute worked with military leaders on a government-sponsored project for almost a decade.
    The Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) participated in a project, sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)—a regime-funded scientific research institution—from 2012 to 2018. The project was comprised of a team of five military and civil experts, who conducted research at WIV labs, military labs, and other civil labs leading to “the discovery of animal pathogens [biological agents that causes disease] in wild animals.”

    The WIV is located in central China’s Wuhan City, the COVID-19 pandemic ground zero. As an advanced virology institution, the WIV has the only P4 lab—the highest biosafety level lab—in China and the biggest repository of bat coronaviruses in Asia. The CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, commonly known as novel coronavirus, is “96 percent identical at the whole-genome level to a bat coronavirus,” Chinese researchers wrote in a research article (pdf) published in February 2020.
    In recent months, the Chinese Foreign Affairs Ministry and Shi Zhengli, the WIV virologist nicknamed “Bat Woman” for her research on coronaviruses of bat origin, denied there is a connection between the WIV and military, and said that no WIV researchers were infected with COVID-19.
    However, according to an investigation conducted by the U.S. State Department, “several researchers inside the WIV became sick in autumn 2019, before the first identified case of the outbreak, with symptoms consistent with both COVID-19 and common seasonal illnesses.”

    “The WIV has engaged in classified research, including laboratory animal experiments, on behalf of the Chinese military since at least 2017,” states a State Department fact sheet.
    However, Shi denied that the WIV engaged in research with the Chinese military. “I don’t know of any military work at the WIV. That information is incorrect,” Shi said at a public webinar on March 23. Shi didn’t mention that the WIV was used by a Chinese military medical team in early 2020 for developing COVID-19 vaccines.
    Shi told Science magazine in July 2020 that no pathogen leaks or personnel infections had occurred. The magazine reported that according to Shi, “there is ‘zero infection’ among staff or students with SARS-CoV-2 [2019 novel coronavirus] or SARS-related viruses.”
    In late March, overseas Chinese media reported that three WIV staff members started to have symptoms similar to COVID-19 as early as November 2019. Soon thereafter, Chinese state-run media China News reported that the news was based on rumors.
    China News reported that a Chinese specialist told the WHO investigation team—which visited China in February to investigate the origin of the CCP virus—that cases dating back to 2019 were patients at WIV-related hospitals, rather than members of WIV staff.

    The NSFC put research results about the animal pathogens on its website on Feb. 1, 2018. It also stated that the project “discovered over 1,640 types of new viruses by using the metagenomics technology,” and the research was performed by a civil and military team.
    Cao Wuchun, 58, a member of the project’s military team, is a colonel and top epidemiologist in the Chinese military. He has been a researcher at the Academy of Military Medical Sciences since September 2017, but has worked there for the last 21 years. He served as the academy’s director from 2007 to 2017, according to his official resume. Cao served on the team as second in command to Major General Chen Wei, China’s top biowarfare expert.
    On Jan. 26, 2020, Cao accompanied Chen to Wuhan and they took over command of the WIV. Chinese state-run media reported, at that time, that the main purpose of the military take-over was to develop a vaccine against the CCP virus.
    Cao also co-led the NSFC project with Shi (the WIV virologist), and the Chen-Cao team had taken over the WIV when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in Wuhan.

    The other three team leaders of the NSFC project were Liang Guodong, Zhang Yongzhen, and Xu Jianguo, researchers from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Among them, Xu was the project leader or the manager of the other four team members.
    Xu, 69, is the director of the CDC’s state key laboratory for communicable disease prevention and control, a scholar at the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and director of the Research Institute of Public Health at Nankai University. Xu’s resume states that he received $987,820 in funding from the NSFC for the project.
    As one of China’s top virus specialists, Xu went to Wuhan to serve as a team leader in early 2020. On Jan. 14, 2020, Xu told China’s Science magazine, “All 763 close contacts aren’t infected. The pandemic isn’t severe, and it might stop next week if there’s no more new infection.”
    In fact, Wuhan people started to crowd inside hospitals for their pneumonia symptoms from early January 2020, but the regime refused to recognize that the virus can transmit among humans until Jan. 20, 2020. (TRUMP SET IN PLACE TRAVEL BANS 1/31/20)
    The late announcements fooled people into traveling and allowed the virus to spread all around the world from Wuhan.
    Shi, 56, directs the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases at WIV. In 2000, she received her Ph. D. degree in virology from the University of Montpellier II in France, after studying there for four years.
    Shi started to investigate coronaviruses when China suffered from the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2002 and 2003.
    Beijing authorities said the SARS virus was transmitted from civets (a meat-eating animal) to humans in southern China’s Guangdong Province in November 2002, and spread to other Chinese cities and neighboring Hong Kong because the regime didn’t allow people to discuss this infectious disease in the first two months. SARS eventually killed at least 774 people, and infected 8,096 people from 31 countries.
    Chinese state-run CCTV reported on Dec. 29, 2017, that Shi and her team didn’t believe that civets were the natural hosts of SARS, and were only the intermediate host. They started to investigate bats from different Chinese regions in 2004.

    In 2011, Shi’s team detected a SARS-like virus from bats living in a cave in southwestern China’s Yunnan Province. They then named this virus “WIV1” and conducted further studies. CCTV didn’t report the details of the virus, but said Shi’s team continued to get samples from the same cave for five years.
    Since 2015, Shi’s team has been publishing their test results in international magazines, including Virologica Sinica, Nature, and Lancet.
    Weeks after the Chinese regime publicly announced the COVID-19 outbreak, Shi and her team published an article in Nature, linking COVID-19 to bats.
    Shi’s team discovered the bat coronavirus in the bats that they had collected from an abandoned copper mine in Tongguan township, Mojiang county in Yunnan Province. The WIV researchers had visited the mine for several days even after six workers had gotten infected while working there.

    On July 15, 2020, virologist Jonathan Latham and molecular biologist Allison Wilson from Ithaca, N.Y., co-published an article in Independent Science News after translating a 66-page master’s thesis by Li Xu, a Chinese medical doctor who treated the miners and sent their tissue samples to the WIV for testing.
    Li’s thesis was submitted in May 2013. He wrote that six miners removed the bat feces from a mine in April 2012. After working there for 14 days, all workers felt sick with severe symptoms, such as high fever, dry cough, and sore limbs.
    Kunming Medical University, School of Clinical Medicine, where Li studied, received and treated the miners. Finally, three of the miners died. Their samples were sent to WIV for further investigation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    We’ve locked down the economy instead of the virus. COVID lockdowns cost jobs, don't appear to have saved lives
    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    Guess the 560,000 Dead Americans would disagree
    Part of the title says "lockdowns.....don't appear to have saved lives", so I'm guessing the 560,000 dead Americans would AGREE, because they died even with lockdowns imposed.
    C'mon man! Reading is required. Understanding is your problem.
    Omertà

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    States that imposed strict lockdowns in response to COVID-19 may have done more harm than good, a new study shows. Study suggests lockdown costs may have outweighed benefits | Washington Examiner

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    Good for him! This shit is getting way out of hand!

    DeSantis Just Cracked Down on COVID Restrictions in a Major Way

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis moved to suspend all remaining COVID-19 restrictions imposed by communities across his state, signing into law on Monday freshly passed legislation giving him sweeping powers to invalidate local emergency measures put in place during the pandemic — including mask mandates, limitations on business operations and the shuttering of schools.
    In addition to signing the law, which goes into effect July 1, the Republican governor also signed a pair of executive orders to move more quickly, meaning that existing coronavirus measures enacted by local governments — such as requiring masks — would be abolished immediately.
    “We don’t know what’s going to happen in the future,” DeSantis said, “but I think this creates a structure that’s going to be a little bit more respectful, I think, of people’s businesses, jobs, schools and personal freedom.”

    That doesn't mean scared lil bunnies like BSM2 can't continue to wear their face diapers IF they want to.



    Some municipalities have already lifted restrictions on their own. But Miami-Dade County, for example, still requires masks in all indoor public spaces and outdoors if people are within 10 feet (about three meters) of each other. The governor’s executive order now rescinds those rules. However, private businesses — including theme parks and hospitals — can impose restrictions on their own.
    Some mayors, particularly those aligned with the Democratic Party, have decried Republican-led pre-emptions as a power grab against local government’s ability to control a potential resurgence of the coronavirus, while also claiming their ability to respond to future public health emergencies is being restricted.

    “It feels like he’s spiking the ball on the 10-yard line,” said Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber, whose city is within a county that was among the hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak. “He’s been following political ideology more than science during this whole pandemic.”
    St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman suggested that it was thanks to local governments that the death toll wasn’t higher.
    “To be clear, cities like St. Pete, Tampa, Orlando, Miami and Miami Beach, saved Florida and the governor’s behind throughout this pandemic. Can you imagine if each city had been led by Ron DeSantis? How many lives would have been lost? What would our economy look like today?” Kriseman tweeted.

    DeSantis has urged Floridians to get vaccinated, while also becoming a nationally prominent voice against mask requirements and other mandates that conservatives believe infringe on individual liberty.
    To date, more than 2.2 million Floridians have been infected with the disease. More than 35,000 have died, but in per capita deaths Florida has fared better than most states. It has seen 166 per 100,000 as compared with the highest rate, in New Jersey, of 287 per 100,000.

    The law codifies much of the actions DeSantis had already taken, including pre-empting local governments from enforcing mask mandates, but it also would give the governor — DeSantis and those after him — broad authority during future public health crises to set aside local edicts that do not conform with those issued by the state.
    Keeping such measures in place undermines confidence in the coronavirus vaccines, the governor said at a news conference in St. Petersburg.

    “Folks that are saying that they need to be policing people at this point,” DeSantis said, “are saying you don’t believe in the vaccines, you don’t believe in the data, you don’t believe in the science.”
    The new law would also ban businesses from requiring patrons to show proof of vaccinations in order to get service.

    The ban was already in place under an executive order he signed in late March. That order also barred government entities from issuing so-called “vaccine passports.”
    The impending law directs state health officials to draft a public health emergency management plan to serve as a template for future outbreaks. It also requires state officials to keep at the ready a supply of protective equipment.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    Good for him! This shit is getting way out of hand!

    DeSantis Just Cracked Down on COVID Restrictions in a Major Way


    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis moved to suspend all remaining COVID-19 restrictions imposed by communities across his state, signing into law on Monday freshly passed legislation giving him sweeping powers to invalidate local emergency measures put in place during the pandemic — including mask mandates, limitations on business operations and the shuttering of schools.
    In addition to signing the law, which goes into effect July 1, the Republican governor also signed a pair of executive orders to move more quickly, meaning that existing coronavirus measures enacted by local governments — such as requiring masks — would be abolished immediately.
    “We don’t know what’s going to happen in the future,” DeSantis said, “but I think this creates a structure that’s going to be a little bit more respectful, I think, of people’s businesses, jobs, schools and personal freedom.”

    That doesn't mean scared lil bunnies like BSM2 can't continue to wear their face diapers IF they want to.



    Some municipalities have already lifted restrictions on their own. But Miami-Dade County, for example, still requires masks in all indoor public spaces and outdoors if people are within 10 feet (about three meters) of each other. The governor’s executive order now rescinds those rules. However, private businesses — including theme parks and hospitals — can impose restrictions on their own.
    Some mayors, particularly those aligned with the Democratic Party, have decried Republican-led pre-emptions as a power grab against local government’s ability to control a potential resurgence of the coronavirus, while also claiming their ability to respond to future public health emergencies is being restricted.

    “It feels like he’s spiking the ball on the 10-yard line,” said Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber, whose city is within a county that was among the hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak. “He’s been following political ideology more than science during this whole pandemic.”
    St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman suggested that it was thanks to local governments that the death toll wasn’t higher.
    “To be clear, cities like St. Pete, Tampa, Orlando, Miami and Miami Beach, saved Florida and the governor’s behind throughout this pandemic. Can you imagine if each city had been led by Ron DeSantis? How many lives would have been lost? What would our economy look like today?” Kriseman tweeted.

    DeSantis has urged Floridians to get vaccinated, while also becoming a nationally prominent voice against mask requirements and other mandates that conservatives believe infringe on individual liberty.
    To date, more than 2.2 million Floridians have been infected with the disease. More than 35,000 have died, but in per capita deaths Florida has fared better than most states. It has seen 166 per 100,000 as compared with the highest rate, in New Jersey, of 287 per 100,000.

    The law codifies much of the actions DeSantis had already taken, including pre-empting local governments from enforcing mask mandates, but it also would give the governor — DeSantis and those after him — broad authority during future public health crises to set aside local edicts that do not conform with those issued by the state.
    Keeping such measures in place undermines confidence in the coronavirus vaccines, the governor said at a news conference in St. Petersburg.

    “Folks that are saying that they need to be policing people at this point,” DeSantis said, “are saying you don’t believe in the vaccines, you don’t believe in the data, you don’t believe in the science.”
    The new law would also ban businesses from requiring patrons to show proof of vaccinations in order to get service.

    The ban was already in place under an executive order he signed in late March. That order also barred government entities from issuing so-called “vaccine passports.”
    The impending law directs state health officials to draft a public health emergency management plan to serve as a template for future outbreaks. It also requires state officials to keep at the ready a supply of protective equipment.


    Mark my words, DeSantis is a huge threat to democrats and soon they'll try to destroy him. Get ready for the hits. Democrats will probably accuse him of rape or being a racist. Those are their 2 favorite tactics. I'm sure they'll find some whore to accuse him of rape. Or some black activist to accuse him of being racist. It's coming. Get your popcorn ready.

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