Saturday, September 25, 2021

Covid Crib Sheet

From the site:

30 facts you NEED to know: Your Covid CribsheetYou asked for it, so we made it. A collection of all the arguments you’ll ever need.

Covid Crib Sheet


  1. Nevertheless, a gift from China has changed the way we live for the foreseeable future; maybe forever.
    At what point to we get reimbursed for damages?

  2. I watched this on FaceBook. Good information.

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  5. In additional support for list item #3 (COVID death counts are actually inflated), Sharyl Attkisson found numerous cases where suicides and murders were counted as COVID just as deaths by motorcycle accident were attributed to COVID.

  6. In support of #10 (Hospitals were never unusually overburdened), a recent Project Veritas video shows that at least one hospital is not testing for COVID (and the vaccine is probably putting patients at risk for heart issues).

  7. One thing that really gets me is that Twitter and YouTube are again blocking Project Veritas.

  8. ALL excellent points. I would add:
    "A more reasonable cutoff would be 30 to 35″ in PCR tests. Still too high. 17-28 tops.

    And THIS JUST IN: men with male pattern baldness generally fare worse. A small study showed a significantly higher progression of the disease in hospitalized patients with standard care (36%) vs. those who got standard care PLUS and antiandrogenic drug for about 2 weeks (3%). The WuFlu uses a testosterone derivative to latch on to cells. Men with male pattern baldness have more of it and fare worse in large part. So you balding guys, check it out - the role of antiandrogenic therapy in reducing COVID caused hospitalization, deaths, and the disease progression.

    1. Wow! I can always count on you as being informative. As busy as you are.
      I might have to interview you!

  9. Did the crib sheet come from the John Birch Society?

    I hear they've taken on a new level of relevance on this issue.