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Deplora 5 points ago +5 / -0

Of course, one of the coolest things about this forum is that downvotes don't count. Your post and comment scores are simply the sum of your upvotes.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

And his identical twin, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer.

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Deplora 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is absolutely insane. The potential developmental harm from preschoolers not being able to see other people's facial expressions and get instant feedback from other people's reactions to their own facial expressions, is massive. JUST SAY NO!

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Deplora 14 points ago +15 / -1

He has full-blown dementia. That fundamentally changes people. It doesn't change what he was for most of his life, which you described quite accurately. But he is not that person anymore. He is no longer capable of lying because he has no idea what the truth is. He is no long "power-grubbing" -- he is a puppet, who is being controlled by people so evil that "power-grubbing" is not adequate to describe their motives.

Right now, at his core, he is a confused and terrified old man. I really don't think he's even able to resign if he wanted to. They'd stop him -- cut off his communication, drug him up, threaten and frighten and confuse him some more. Some of his odd comments are starting to sound like cries for help, e.g. the very recent "I'm supposed to stop now and walk out." There's an undercurrent of "I'm scared of what will happen if I don't do what I'm supposed to do (even if it's not what I want to do)."

And honestly, I think to a large extent, Biden has been a puppet for most of his political career. He's never been particularly smart, and he had the two brain aneurysms requiring surgeries. He was easy for smarter, more ruthless people to manipulate. They could pay him off with sums that were big to him, but peanuts to them and their financial backers, and he'd go along with just about anything.

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Deplora 30 points ago +31 / -1

Reality check: Biden has no idea what Milley did or didn't do. Doubtful he even has any idea who "General Mark Milley" is. Biden's handlers are keeping Milley because they approve of what he did.

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Deplora 6 points ago +6 / -0

Actually 55% are reporting now, and about 30% were reporting when this post was made. Plenty by Fox standards.

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Deplora 3 points ago +3 / -0

No they didn't. I heard John Roberts say just a minute ago that "nobody has called this yet" (with 55% of precincts reporting).

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Deplora 3 points ago +3 / -0

Newsmax has been free on its own website for as long as I've been aware of its existence: https://www.newsmaxtv.com/ You can get free OAN (and all major cable channels) at https://ustvgo.tv/ (and you do not need any VPN to use it -- the site, and its various mirror URLs exist to sell NordVPN). If you want to watch on a big screen, hook up a spare old laptop to a TV and you're good to go. I advocate sending OAN a donation if you're able to. They charge $5/month for legit subscriptions, but if you can't really afford to donate even a portion of that, I expect they're happy to have you watching for free. The rest of the channels on USTVGO can take care of themselves (except CNN, which is going down the financial tubes fast, but not on account of freeloaders watching via pirate streams).

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or maybe, possibly, he knows more about it than you do?? He's not stupid, you know. Nor does he have any reason to want to kill off his political supporters.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sounds like fake news. The mother is quoted as saying the boy was “literally hyperventilating," which is totally inconsistent with claims in the article (apparently sourced from a tweet by someone identifying herself as a friend of the mother) that he was "having an asthma attack." If a 2 year old on a commercial flight is having an asthma attack, the plane should divert to the nearest airport to ensure that the child receives medical atention as quickly as possible. If the child was not having an asthma attack, then the headline and the whole premise of the article is false, so I see no reason to believe any part of it.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

Going from a minute amount of yearly reports to an overwhelming number should raise questions.

Actually, given that the introduction of the COVID vaccines has resulted in an overwhelming increase in the number of people receiving vaccines over the past year or so, it would be very, very strange if there was not a huge increase in the number of reports of a possible causative relationship between the vaccine and a subsequent adverse event. There are always a lot of adverse health events of unknown cause, and in the midst of a mass vaccination effort, a hugely increased number of those adverse events will coincidentally occur shortly after the patient received a vaccine. That makes an adverse event reportable, when previously it would not have been.

I happen to know a helluva lot about the medical science of reproduction and fertility. It's just as likely that the vaccine has positive effects on fertility as negative effects. Most likely it has no effect. Short term disruptions of menstrual cycles are extremely common and can be caused by many ordinary things. If any evidence is found confirming that any COVID vaccine causes temporary cycle disruption in some women, it would just be an interesting, but insignificant factoid. Never-ending periods, excessive bleeding, and ovarian cancer are not caused by any vaccine, period. Women who experience these symptoms after receiving a COVID vaccine should do exactly the same thing that they should do if they experience these symptoms at any other time: get to a doctor fast to have the cause identified so that treatment can begin promptly.

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Deplora 2 points ago +2 / -0

I hope this is true. I also hope that some Secret Service officers come forward to testify under oath about exactly who is controlling Biden and actively working to conceal the severity of his cognitive impairment, so that they can continue to control him and usurp andexercise the authority of the office of POTUS despite not holding it.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ivermectin did not "basically eliminate COVID deaths" in India. The trajectory of infection and death rates in India during and after the emergence of the delta variant closely tracked the trajectory in the UK, where ivermectin has barely been used at all. The delta variant seems to spread very quickly and also burn itself out very quickly in epidemiological terms.

The federal mandate is insane and harmful, but so is rushing to believe every tale of death and critical illness "caused by" COVID vaccination that hits the internet.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

VAERS is a system for reporting possible adverse effects from vaccines. Most reports -- whether re a COVID vaccine or any other vaccine -- are of problems that are not actually caused by a vaccine, but broad reporting is encouraged so that all possible causative relationships can be investigated.

When the vaccines were first rolled out to the public, patients in long term care facilities were among the groups prioritized for vaccination. This necessarily included a lot of people who were very ill to begin with, and statistically likely to have some serious new symptoms and even death in the very near future, regardless of whether or not they received any vaccine. Even now, people with pre-existing serious illnesses are more likely to get vaccinated than truly healthy people, and these people are also more likely have serious new symptoms emerge, with or without receiving a vaccine.

We need to be just as skeptical of reports of COVID vaccines causing serious adverse effects or death, as we were of the overblown data on "deaths from COVID", many of which turned out upon closer inspection to be cases of people who would have died at the same time anyway, of causes unrelated to COVID, but just happened to test positive for COVID. Yes, a lot of people really were dying from COVID, and yes, a few people (relative to the hundreds of millions who have received a COVID vaccine) have had serious adverse effects that truly were caused by a COVID vaccine, and a much smaller number have died and were at least pushed over the edge by side effects caused by a COVID vaccine they received. Deaths or severe adverse effects caused by a COVID vaccine are a small subset of deaths or severe adverse effects which occurred a short time after a COVID vaccine was administered.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, he's not respnsible, because he has no control over what's being done or over the fact that it's being done in his name. He also had no control over the election fraud that put him into office. And at this point, I don't think he's even free to resign -- if he attempted to, his communications would be instantly cut off, and he'd be drugged and threatened into continued compliance.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

He did not say to "kill" anyone. Putting that kind of word in his mouth when he didn't say it, is not helping.

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Deplora 2 points ago +2 / -0

Vote IN PERSON! And if you get to a polling place and are told you have "already voted", leave and come back with reinforcements to help you document everything. Call police and insist that they come and make a report.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

Reminder: Joe Biden is not doing anything and can't be held responsible for anything is happening under the auspices of "his" administration. He has fairly advanced dementia, and is completely controlled by others. He struggles hard to remember what his instructions were and how to follow them, and frankly, he seems to me to be somewhat frightened of what might happen to him if failed to follow his instructions.

Don't let the real war criminals off the hook by letting them blame a confused old man with dementia for what they did. I want to find out the identities of each and every person who is directly involved in making the decisions in Biden's name, and in attempting to conceal who is actually making the decisions. I want them to be criminally prosecuted and imprisoned. ALL of them.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

Of course, your sister is right to refuse vaccination when she has proof of natural immunity, which all legitimate medical research has shown is better than the immunity provided by any of the existing vaccines. That's sticking to the science.

Let's stick to the science across the board. While there have been some scientifically documented adverse effects of the vaccines (mainly clotting and, in young people and especially young males, myocarditis and pericarditis, it does not follow that serious illness with initial onset shortly after vaccination represents illness caused by vaccination.

When I see passages like "some form of condition post vaccination", I know I'm reading something just as unscientific as demands that people with currently documented natural immunity be vaccinated. A huge number of people are getting vaccinated now, and have been getting vaccinated in the recent past. Unless the vaccines had some magical power to prevent a big range of serious medical conditions that have nothing to with COVID and that existed before COVID emerged, we would of course see a lot of people admitted to hospitals due to "some form of condition" that arose "post vaccination."

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Deplora 17 points ago +17 / -0

Pretty ridiculous if you think about it. It's not like anybody seriously believed he was going to try to drop nukes anywhere. Where would he have dropped them? And with what expected/desired outcome?

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Deplora 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think this lifestyle is more prevalent in big cities. Probably any big city in a predominantly "red" states will offer plenty of opportunities for you to pursue this lifestyle.

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Deplora 1 point ago +1 / -0

According to most research, both men and women hit peak muscle mass around age 30, at which time the decline begins. All of that research is necessarily long-term, and little of it reflects the relatively recent phenomenon of physical inactivity driven by personal use of computers and portable electronic devices, as well as the tremendous increase in people engaged in information processing work and physically passive machine operator work as opposed to direct physical labor. There's a big chunk of our population (and the populations of other developed countries) for whom peak muscle mass likely coincides with the point at which they are finished growing.

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