Saturday, January 29, 2022

Pumping the Product

Audio clips and commentary,
Ron Johnson's senate hearings.
My winning radio spot, 
and a reprise of
Peter Wood's
Wrath: America Enraged 

22 comments:

  1. This is excellent, Ed. I did listen to all five hours. Riveting. It's what medical hearings SHOULD be - and as one doc there noted, used to be. I had heard almost every presenter before and in depth. These are the experts from whom I formed my opinion - not the sad stories individual people posted of their injuries, as bad as they are. And there are plenty of 'em.

    Look, I like my own doctor. He's certainly very capable of researching all this - more than I am - and does. Yet he pointed me to Dr. Kory who, as an ICU pulmonologist, had far greater credentials and experience to speak to the issue. I liked that. Didn't try to 'know everything.' These guys each know more than my doctor, my husband's doctor, and probably the doctors advising most of our families and friends, put together. The exchange among them was superb and made watching them better than seeing 20 separate interviews. Kudos Senator Johnson!
    Data presented was top drawer and, if data won, we'd be over all this nonsense. Up to 80% of those who died of covid would be alive and well (thx Dr. McCullough for that chilling estimate). Dr. Mark McDonald posits this is not a data war, though. I've heard him interviewed at length about mass psychosis, 2X. I respond to data. But this idea seems to be getting more hits - enough to prompt Google to bury it if they can. Interesting if you get him on. It explains the wall we run into with the non-ideologue side. The side that has been cowed into fear by those whose agenda is other than public health.

    Yes - so corrupt they will kill you for money. I heard a leader in a Tennessee patient rights group say it's about $250-450,000 in her and various states that hospitals get for covid patients. Far greater than the $10-30,000 we heard at first! And they don't get it if the treatment is Ivermection et al.

    Data may not win, but here's one I don't recall being covered in the hearing. Kaiser Permanente Northwest did their own internal survey of the number of covaxed young men who got myocarditis from the shot. (And bless Dr. McCullough for saying at the hearing that there is no such thing as "mild" myocarditis.) Kaiser found the number was about 10 TIMES HIGHER than the VAERS report. No surprise there.

    Let's bring it home: that's about 1 in 1800 young men vaxxed. About 30% of those show serious scarring of the heart muscle (the assessment of another cardiologist in San Diego who reviewed many films of injured men, and shared by a charge nurse on Steve Kirsch). That translates to early death and/or early and increase need for heart transplants, and lower quality of life. I'd love to hear what one of these idiot employers who is gouging unvaxed employees for more health insurance intends to do with young vaxed men in this age group.

    BAYSIDER

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    1. Wow. You are impressive in your own right.
      The way you research and retain facts blows me away.
      Thank you for informative comment.

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  2. This just in: U.K. data released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request show that the number of deaths between January 2020 and the end of September 2021 in England and Wales, where COVID-19 was the sole cause of death, was just 17,371 — not 137,133 as reported.

    Dr. John Campbell watching the nefarious goings on in the UK. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UHvwWWcjYw&t=81s

    Huge story. Little interest in the MSM. Shocking. (not!)

    BAYSIDER

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  3. First off, I like that unpublished ad.

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  4. Second, it does not surprise me that Biden (or Fauci, who taught a Chinese lab how to splice genes for the gain-in-function research he now insists didn't happen) would harm us.

    My Thursday and Friday blog posts center on how Biden's "soft-on-crime" policies have come out as extremely hypocritical.

    The Thursday post centers on conservative tweet responses to Psaki's mocking podcast interview that sees those who counter Biden's "soft-on-crime" policies as being from an "alternative universe."

    The Friday post centers on a Biden "soft-on-crime" policy that released a hit-and-run illegal alien killer of a Houston Black teen girl.

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  5. Hence, I am not surprised at the increase in issues experienced through Biden's petri dish (the military).

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    1. I respect the ones who stood and took a discharge, rather than a jab.
      There must be a reckoning.

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    2. I found a video copy of the section of the Senator Johnson hearing that revealed the DoD reports on miscarriages, cancer, and neural damage related to the jab. It also has DoD information on the percentages of fully vaccinated individuals being hospitalized with COVID and the percentage of COVID cases that have been fully vaccinated.

      Thanks to you for getting me to look for the video. I give you a hat tip in the post.

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  6. Mark, how do you get to your blog? I can't find anything newer than 2018? tnx
    BAYSIDER

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    1. https://markone1blog.wordpress.com/

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    2. Tnx Ed. I did not see him in your list. Now I see the "see all" button. :)
      BAYSIDER

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  7. Unfortunately, it's one of those sites I can't 'sign in' to comment. It's the same reason I can never mark a "like" on other blogs. Wants me to sign in to wordpress.

    Sorry Mark. I saw that too. So disgusting I had to back up to be sure I heard what I thought I heard.
    BAYSIDER

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    1. I had a conversation yesterday with a friend who also broadcasts and posts his shows on his Wordpress blog.
      http://www.triggertalkradio.com/
      I hate wordpress. I had to use it to post my newspaper (when I owned one) online. He agreed on it's finickyness and difficulty.

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    2. Baysider,

      Sorry that WordPress stopped you from commenting on my blog. When I set it up, naturally I was a bit of a newcomer to WordPress and may not have mastered all of the nuances.

      You know, since I still have the Blogger site (just not using it), I have considered posting to both WordPress and Blogger. The problem is the different standards of HTML used on the two (since I have always hardcoded).

      I quit Blogger because it seemed that I was being shadow banned by Google and my followership dropped from a couple hundred to about fifty. However, with using WordPress for over two years, my followers have only barely grown over 50.

      Nonetheless, the biggest aggravation is now hearing that people are being blocked from commenting. Sorry.

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