COVID-19 'Pandemic'

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Fortunes spent on plastic shields with no proof they stop COVID-19
Author of the article:Bloomberg News
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Publishing date:Jun 08, 2021 • 18 hours ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation
Israeli Yeshiva (Jewish educational institution for studies of traditional religious texts) students are picture at their learning centre separated by plastic barriers to insure that social distancing measures imposed by Israeli authorities meant to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus are being respected, in Tel Aviv on July 7, 2020.
Israeli Yeshiva (Jewish educational institution for studies of traditional religious texts) students are picture at their learning centre separated by plastic barriers to insure that social distancing measures imposed by Israeli authorities meant to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus are being respected, in Tel Aviv on July 7, 2020. PHOTO BY GIL COHEN-MAGEN /AFP via Getty Images
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(Bloomberg) — Everybody wanted them: Sales of clear plastic dividers soared in the U.S. after the pandemic hit — tripling year-over-year to roughly $750 million in the first quarter of last year, by industry estimates.

Offices, schools, restaurants and retail stores all sought plexiglass protection from the droplets that health authorities suspected were spreading the coronavirus.

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There was just one hitch. Not a single study has shown that plastic barriers in places like schools and offices actually control the virus, said Joseph Allen of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

“We spent a lot of time and money focused on hygiene theater,” said Allen, an indoor-air researcher. “The danger is that we didn’t deploy the resources to address the real threat, which was airborne transmission — both real dollars, but also time and attention.”

“The tide has turned,” he said. “The problem is, it took a year.”

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For the first months of Covid-19, top health authorities pointed to larger droplets as the key transmission culprits, despite a chorus of protests from researchers like Allen. Tinier floating droplets can also spread the virus, they warned, meaning plastic shields can’t stop them. Not until last month did the World Health Organization and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fully affirm airborne transmission.

That meant plastic shielding had created “a false sense of security,” said building scientist Marwa Zaatari, a pandemic task force member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers.


“Especially when we use it in offices or in schools specifically, plexiglass does not help,” Zaatari said. “If you have plexiglass, you’re still breathing the same shared air of another person.”

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Recent CDC research found that desk or table barriers in Georgia elementary schools didn’t correlate with lower infection rates. Mask mandates and ventilation improvements did.

An April study published by the journal Science suggested that desk shields might even slightly raise the risk of Covid-like symptoms. And a prepublication paper from Japan late last month linked plastic shielding with infections in a poorly ventilated office.

Such studies raise the ironic possibility that when venues install too much plastic and impede ventilation, they could be raising the very risk they’re trying to reduce.

Err Apparent

Last fall, a coronavirus outbreak swept through the main office of Wellesley High School in suburban Boston, despite preventive measures that included clear plastic barriers around work stations.

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When school and health officials puffed smoke into the work stations to analyze air flow, they found that it lingered and swirled instead of ascending to ceiling filters. “The smoke just kind of hung out. It didn’t move as you would expect it to move,” said Superintendent David Lussier.

The investigation concluded that among other factors, the plexiglass side panels around desks seemed to increase the risk of virus transmission by blocking air flow. The side panels were removed, even though “I wouldn’t want anyone to believe plexiglass doesn’t help, because we still use plexiglass,” Lussier said. “As a barrier it can be, and is, helpful.”

Hospital infection-fighters also still support plastic shields. Epidemiologist Shira Doron at Tufts Medical Center in Boston acknowledged that “there’s no research” to support plexiglass barriers against coronavirus spread. “We don’t know a lot,” she said. But one tenet of infection prevention, she said, boils down to, “If it might help, and it makes sense, and it doesn’t hurt, then do it.”

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Doron acknowledged that “you could have a situation where plexiglass impedes ventilation” and has the opposite of its intended effect. “But it has not been scientifically proven to be correlated with transmission,” she said.

Allen and Zaatari acknowledge that plastic makes sense in certain limited settings: in front of a cashier who faces many people at close range through the workday, for instance, as long as the shields don’t block needed air flow.


But they maintain that for schools and offices, money has been best spent on improved ventilation and air filtration, along with masks.

Improvements to air also carry benefits beyond Covid, Allen said: “They’re good for seasonal influenza. They’re good for productivity. They’re good for mental health.”

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The widespread tendency to put up plastic “cascades from the original misguidance on droplets,” he said.

Harvard Business School senior lecturer John Macomber pointed to other factors that fueled the shield boom: Plastic hoods were known to fight germs at salad bars. They were relatively cheap and likely to be within the budget and control of an individual office tenant or school facility manager. They were highly visible — and reassuring.

“Sort of like taking our shoes off at the airport,” said Macomber, who has 30 years of experience in construction and real estate. “Or hotels where they put the piece of paper around the toilet seat to show the maid has been there. Businesses try to signal they’ve done something, but that something isn’t necessarily very deep.”

With U.S. case numbers dropping, so are some plastic shields, according to scattered reports from restaurants, gyms and casinos. If current trends continue, building scientist Zaatari believes it will take only “a matter of weeks to remove all the plexiglass. The question is what they’re going to do with it.” ”

There’s good news on that front, said Craig Saunders, president of the International Association of Plastics Distribution:

“It’s 100% recyclable thermoplastic,” he said. It “just comes down to the logistics” of gathering it up and shipping it off for a post-pandemic second life.
 

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Delta coronavirus variant believed to have 60% transmission advantage: U.K. epidemiologist
Author of the article:Reuters
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Publishing date:Jun 09, 2021 • 23 hours ago • 1 minute read • 14 Comments
An advert is seen amid the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Leicester, Britain, May 27, 2021.
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LONDON — The Delta coronavirus variant of concern, first identified in India, is believed to be 60% more transmissible than the Alpha variant which was previously dominant in Britain, a prominent UK epidemiologist said on Wednesday.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that England’s full reopening from COVID-19 lockdown, penciled in for June 21, could be pushed back due to the rapid spread of the Delta variant.


Neil Ferguson of Imperial College London told reporters that estimates of Delta’s transmission edge over Alpha had narrowed, and “we think 60% is probably the best estimate.”

Ferguson said that modeling suggested any third wave of infections could rival Britain’s second wave in the winter – which was fueled by the Alpha variant first identified in Kent, south east England.

But it was unclear how any spike in hospitalisations would translate into a rise in deaths, as more detail was needed on how well the vaccine protects against serious illness from Delta.

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“It’s well within possibility that we could see another third wave at least comparable in terms of hospitalisations,” he said.

“I think deaths probably would be lower, the vaccines are having a highly protective effect… still it could be quite worrying. But there is a lot of uncertainty.”

Britain has seen over 127,000 deaths within 28 days of a positive COVID-19 test, but has given more than three-quarters of adults a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.


Public Health England has shown that the Delta variant reduces the effectiveness of Pfizer and AstraZeneca shots among those who have only received one shot, though protection is higher for those who have received both doses.

Ferguson said that up to a quarter of the Delta variant’s transmissibility edge over Alpha might come from its immune escape from vaccines, saying it was “a contribution but not an overwhelming contribution” to its advantage.
 

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EAT YOUR VEGGIES: Plant-based foods could cut the risk of COVID
Vegetarians are 73% less likely to suffer severe COVID symptoms, according to study

Author of the article:Denette Wilford
Publishing date:Jun 09, 2021 • 13 hours ago • 2 minute read • 7 Comments
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In 2020, plant-based foods became the must-try option.

In a post-pandemic world, health and wellness became a priority, and with more people at home, new dishes were to be had.


In a twist, the plant-based trend could also be the very thing that could scare the COVID away — the severity of symptoms, at least.

Researchers have found a correlation between diet and COVID-19, showing plant-based eaters were 73% less likely to come down with the virus compared to those who include animals in their diet.

Nearly 3,000 frontline healthcare workers from six countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK and USA) who had substantial exposure to COVID-19 patients between July 17 and Sept. 25, 2020 took part in the online survey.

It was the details from the self-reported diets that proved interesting.

Of the 2,884 individuals who took part in the study published in the British Medical Journal, those who reported following plant-based or pescatarian diets high in vegetables, legumes and nuts (and lower in poultry, and red and processed meats) had lower odds of having moderate-to-severe COVID-19.

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Vegetarians are 73% less likely to be hit hard by COVID, while pescatarians (plant-based and fish) are 59% less likely to experience moderate-to-severe symptoms.


Other dietary categories included in the survey were: whole food diet, Keto diet, Mediterranean diet, Paleolithic diet, low-fat diet, low-carbohydrate diet and high-protein diet, all of which include red and white meats.

The other dietary options were: ,plant-based/vegan diet, vegetarian diet, and pescatarian diet, which omit red and white meats. “Other” was also an option.

There were 568 COVID cases in the bunch; 41 of those stated they were following a plant-based diet, while another 46 were pescatarian. The remaining 481 had all been on diets which included the consumption of livestock and/or poultry.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommended early on that we pump up our immune systems during the pandemic, and suggested we eat fresh, unprocessed foods. If you’ve been considering switching to a more plant-based regime for a while, this might be the time.
 

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CDC Caught Cooking the Books on COVID Vaccines​


STORY AT-A-GLANCE​

  • COVID-19 has been a pandemic of false positive tests; the thing that kept the fraud going was the fact that laboratories were using excessively high cycle thresholds (CTs) when processing the PCR tests, resulting in false positives

  • Now, as over 100 million Americans have been “vaccinated” against COVID-19, the CDC is lowering the CT from 40 to 28, but only when diagnosing vaccine breakthrough cases — cases where fully vaccinated individuals are diagnosed with COVID-19

  • To make matters worse, the CDC also will no longer record mild or asymptomatic infections of those who were immunized as “COVID cases.” The only cases that now count as COVID cases for someone immunized with the COVID-19 vaccine are those that result in hospitalization or death

  • While healthy people continue to be misdiagnosed as having COVID-19 when they really don’t, thanks to an excessively high CT, the CDC is simultaneously minimizing the number of breakthrough cases by using a CT that will minimize the number of false positives

  • Other countries are also manipulating data to boost COVID-19 vaccine efficacy and hide breakthrough cases. In the U.K., COVID-19 will only be listed as the cause of death if the patient actually died from an active case of COVID-19 and nothing else
For many months now, we've known the COVID-19 pandemic was the result of statistical manipulation and a fraudulent testing strategy. I detailed this scheme in "COVID-19 Testing Scandal Deepens" and "Astonishing COVID-19 Testing Fraud Revealed."
Now, as the infection has become endemic in most parts of the world and the mass vaccination drive is in full swing, U.S. health authorities are massaging data and revising testing recommendations yet again — this time to hide the ineffectiveness of the vaccines. As reported by Off-Guardian, May 18, 2021:1
"The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) is altering its practices of data logging and testing for 'Covid19' in order to make it seem the experimental gene-therapy 'vaccines' are effective at preventing the alleged disease …
The trick is in their reporting of what they call 'breakthrough infections' — that is people who are fully 'vaccinated' against SARS-Cov-2 infection, but get infected anyway. Essentially, COVID-19 has long been shown — to those willing to pay attention — to be an entirely created pandemic narrative built on two key factors:
1.False-postive tests. The unreliable PCR test can be manipulated into reporting a high number of false-positives by altering the cycle threshold (CT value).2
2.Inflated Case-count. The incredibly broad definition of 'Covid case,' used all over the world, lists anyone who receives a positive test as a 'Covid19 case,' even if they never experienced any symptoms.
Without these two policies, there would never have been an appreciable pandemic at all, and now the CDC has enacted two policy changes which means they no longer apply to vaccinated people."

CDC Is Cooking the Books on COVID Breakthrough Cases​

 

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I SMELL SLEEPEEPEEPANTS!!!
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Yuck!

Media Bias Fact Check: Incompetent or Dishonest?​


In the opening paragraph of her review of Just Facts, Media Bias Fact Check contributor Faith Locke Siewert writes:

On their article http://www.justfacts.com/racialissues.asp#affirmative, they use the Richard Sander’s (law professor at UCLA) essay “A Systematic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools.” To support much of their hypothesis, obviously against affirmative action (seeming also to support the notion of black intellectual abilities being inferior).

Those two sentences contain three demonstrable falsehoods:

  • “A Systemic Analysis of Affirmative Action in American Law Schools” is not just an essay. It is a peer-reviewed journal paper that was published in the Stanford Law Review. Big difference.
  • Just Facts does not use this paper to support “much of” its research on affirmative action. The research contains more than 60 footnotes, and this paper is just one of them. Just Facts’ full research on racial issues has 498 footnotes, and this paper is two of them.
  • Just Facts does not offer any “hypothesis” in this research, much less “support the notion of black intellectual abilities being inferior.” To the contrary, the opening section of Just Facts’ research on racial issues covers the topic of science and presents multiple facts that challenge that notion.
The flagrant and simplistic nature of these bogus critiques suggests that Media Bias Fact Check is either inept and/or dishonest.

‘Media Bias/Fact Check’ Site Served With Cease And Desist, Gets Fact-Checked​

Discredited, self-styled ‘fact-checker’ website was served with a ‘cease and desist’ legal notice today for publishing unsubstantiated and defamatory claims against Principia Scientific International (PSI).

MEDIA BIAS/FACT CHECK site owner admits he is unqualified and misrepresented himself as a seasoned journalist.


Yer fact checkers were already blown out of the water when they all said Fauci didn't fund the gain of function research at wuhan, Mr Copy and Paste

Say how's trix down on the funny pharma?
 
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Don't forget to look under the bed for the boogeyman before you go to sleep huh?

carry on with your bullshit a la alex jones that nobody believes................ :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Does anyone else have difficulty distinguishing between sleepy and cliffy?​

An Orchestrated Hoax​



June 7, 2021 Updated: June 9, 2021
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It can now be said publicly: The massive public campaign to convince and even compel the world to accept the idea that SARS-CoV2, the virus that causes COVID-19, arose naturally from a meat market in Wuhan was a hoax.

The gory details are contained in a bombshell investigative report in the magazine Vanity Fair. This alone is surprising. Vanity Fair is a culture and trends magazine, not noted for this type of serious inquiry. Yet Katherine Eban’s in-depth article is thoroughly researched, with multiple named sources, and written in the style of a detective story.

The first question to ask is: How did we get a scientific and media consensus that SARS-CoV2 originally came from the Wuhan meat market? The answer is a group letter signed by leading virologists that appeared in the reputable science publication The Lancet. This article dismissed theories that suggested SARS-CoV2 might have come from the Wuhan lab as “conspiracy theories” that had were flatly rejected by the scientific community.

Apparently convinced they had to “listen to the science,” the Lancet statement convinced media around the world to revile public figures, especially politicians such as Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), for even asking for an investigation into where COVID-19 came from. Cotton was almost universally dubbed a kook for even raising the possibility of “debunked” and “discredited” theories.

Digital media promptly imposed its strict regime of restriction, banning, shadowbanning, and deplatforming of users who were deemed to share such “misinformation.” Acting on the recommendation of its so-called fact checkers, Facebook took down millions, perhaps tens of millions, of posts supposedly conveying the false notion that SARS-CoV2 might have leaked out from a lab.

But what Vanity Fair exposes is the behind-the-scenes mechanism for how that Lancet statement was produced. According to the article, it was organized by a zoologist named Peter Daszak, himself involved in U.S. government-funded research aimed at the making of deadly viruses in labs. Daszak has worked in close collaboration with Ralph Baric of the University of North Carolina. Daszak’s group, EcoHealth Alliance, has worked directly with China’s Wuhan laboratories to research coronaviruses, and potentially make them more contagious and more lethal.

The ostensible purpose of such “gain-of-function” research is to study viruses, to understand them better, and to develop better cures for pandemics that might arise naturally. But of course, such research is very dangerous, because viruses could through accident or negligence be released and cause the very pandemics they are designed to prevent. Alternatively, such research can be exploited for military purposes, because lethal viruses also make for a powerful weapon of biological warfare.

When Daszak learned that a virus was causing global havoc, he moved quickly to line up a group of virologists to declare, without any persuasive evidence whatever, that COVID-19 had a natural origin. It might seem puzzling why prominent scientists would agree to sign a letter taking a position on something for which there is no valid scientific evidence. Why would they do this?

The one-word answer is: money. Figures like Daszak and institutions like EcoHealth Alliance that receive large amounts of government money typically package those funds into sub-grants that are dispersed among researchers and research institutions around the country. Consequently, there’s a large group of virologists who are, in a sense, in Daszak’s back pocket. They have a financial vested interest in doing what he wants, and moreover, they, like Daszak, have a stake in camouflaging the possibility that their type of work caused a global pandemic with millions of deaths and untold ruin in its wake.

Not only did Daszak organize the Lancet statement, but he did so, according to Vanity Fair, “with the intention of concealing his role and creating the impression of scientific immunity.” In an email addressed to Baric, Daszak said, “No need for you to sign the ‘Statement’ Ralph.” Daszak explained that neither he nor Baric should sign the declaration “so it has some distance from us and therefore doesn’t work in a counterproductive way.”

Daszak added, “We’ll then put it out in a way that doesn’t link it back to our collaboration so we maximize an independent voice.” Baric agreed, responding, “Otherwise it looks self-serving and we lose impact.” In the end, Baric didn’t sign. Daszak did. And at least six of the others who signed the statement either worked at, or had received funding from, EcoHealth Alliance, according to Vanity Fair.

What we have here is a group of scientists actively involved in cooking up potentially deadly viruses, and possibly involved in a dangerous collaboration with the Wuhan lab that may have helped cause the death of millions, working in concert to create a false public impression of scientific consensus, when they knew perfectly well that there was no such consensus.

Not only did the media and digital media run with it, but, in addition, the Biden administration used the pretext of scientific consensus—the bogus consensus the Lancet helped create—to shut down an ongoing State Department investigation, begun late in the Trump era and spearheaded by Mike Pompeo, into the true origins of COVID-19. This shutdown was actively promoted by U.S. government agencies and bureaucrats who had no intention of revealing their own role in sponsoring and subsidizing highly dangerous “gain-of-function” research.

The consequences of the COVID-19 deception, jointly promoted by scientists, journalists, digital moguls, and bureaucrats in the U.S. government, all eager to hide their possible role in a 21st century pandemic, are far-reaching. The big lie that COVID-19 arose naturally from a meat-market has stymied a true inquiry into what happened. Now we might never know. Not knowing means that preventing a future epidemic becomes that much more difficult.
Dinesh D’Souza is an author, filmmaker, and daily host of the Dinesh D’Souza podcast.
Views expressed in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.
 

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See how the tree is able to hide behind the moth?

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See post above:....^​

"An Orchestrated Hoax..."​


Unlike the Pharma freaks like gates, epsteen, and their 'DEFENDERS", that moth ain't responsible for 100,000 of INNOCENT deaths due to hiding the facts.



Many countries either adopted or declined early treatment with HCQ, effectively forming a large trial with 1.8 billion people in the treatment group and 663 million in the control group. As of November 14, 2020, an average of 138.5 per million in the treatment group have died, and 588.4 per million in the control group, relative risk 0.235. After adjustments, treatment and control deaths become 267.8 per million and 889.8 per million, relative risk 0.30. The probability of an equal or lower relative risk occurring from random group assignments is 0.030. Accounting for predicted changes in spread, we estimate a relative risk of 0.30. The treatment group has a 69.9% lower death rate. Confounding factors affect this estimate. We examined diabetes, obesity, hypertension, life expectancy, population density, urbanization, BCG vaccine use, testing level, and intervention level, which do not account for the effect observed.
 
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Some call it MURDER
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COVID-CCP

1. It seems that we have had not only the prevention for Covid-CCP but also the cure from the very beginning.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9671029/amp/Hydroxychloroquine-zinc-increase-COVID-19-survival-rates-nearly-200.html?__twitter_impression=true
2. The Trump Administration had 60 million HCQ tablets that Dr. Fauci refused to let the American people use. Several Democrat Governors even banned the drug in their states.
https://www.conservativereview.com/navarro-says-fauci-and-cnn-have-blood-on-their-hands-after-study-shows-hydroxychloroquine-doubles-covid-survival-rate-2653309456.html

3. In Florida, at the largest concert held since the panic on the pandemic started, Gov. DeSantis was called to the stage. The 22,000 people went nuts!
https://redstate.com/nick-arama/2021/06/07/ron-desantis-cheered-like-a-rockstar-at-massive-concert-with-pointed-shot-at-fauci-n392974

4- States that did not shut down are seeing their economies soar past pre-Covid-CCP levels.
https://www.dailywire.com/news/report-some-red-states-economies-already-stronger-than-they-were-before-covid?tm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=mattwalsh&fbclid=IwAR1G8H_eDVl7NsY4Uka6Jhq6zO9wzshgTqv5UNKyS146lXcWDid7QhO_dEg

...That is what trying to hide the facts is all about on this subject.
 

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2 Meters Rule of 6 is For the GOYIM! G7 leaders Caught OUT! Light Camera ACTION...​

⁣G7 leaders when they think the camera is off vs. G7 leaders when they know the camera is on. Rule of 6 2 meters is just for the GOYIM(sic), the ones who believe the BS! Oh No you been played

Trudie looks good - standing out in the crowd...
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⁣Rubbing it in our face. Macron Biden G7, Cornwall no masks​

of course they don't!

Boi, they sure got those that are asleep fooled don't they?
 

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Hey you could always watch CNN ( especially if you are a globalist/ commie/fascist, luvin' ep$teen defending freak) who has pharma board members on the board and advertises constantly for CRAP products ( BTW: Jones actually sells TOP flight stuff)

New Yorker Suspends Jeffrey Toobin for Masturbating on Zoom Call​


I KNOW WHERE THE ALEX JONES HATERS GET THEIR FAKENEWS
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You know the pensions and hedge funds have INVESTED IN PHARMA genocide ( among other forms of genocide) because there are no interest paying investments anymore, right?
:)
If not, it's been nice knowin' ya(S)!!!!

...and there you are defending spam's posting CopyPaste, of the TORONTO SUN!!!! HAHAHAHA, ForK, man. SERIOUSLY?

EAT YOUR VEGGIES: Plant-based foods could cut the risk of COVID
Vegetarians are 73% less likely to suffer severe COVID symptoms, according to study


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Vegetarians are 73% less likely to be hit hard by COVID...

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommended early on that we pump up our immune systems during the pandemic, and suggested we eat fresh, unprocessed foods. If you’ve been considering switching to a more plant-based regime for a while, this might be the time.

gee Petros: back to sleep or what?
 
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