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It was something someone posted on FB, so I uploaded it to cat box so we didn’t have to give clicks to FB ☺️
“Witch-hunter Beater” the next craft beer
Hmm. I wouldn’t think so. The original CMS mandate allowed for both.
Such a massive punch to the gut. I fucking hate so many people right now.
Grabbed this from our neighbors at GAW. Scanned through the thread, looks like there’s still some verification needed, but maybe a good jumping off point for people to start digging, who wanted to dig?
This looks like the lovechild of a fucking band-aid and a maxi-pad.
💯 you are correct fren
Jesus Christ, since when do judges have a gotdamn medical degree and are elected to make decisions based on what the fuck THEY think is healthy. Holy fucking clown world. Please honk for service.
😂😂 I felt this comment all up in mah pureblood bones, man
This deserves 1000 upvotes, fren.
Same. I feel like he would have kicked ass and taken names.
I’ll let her know you think so 😉
Oh, yes—I totally agree with that.
It’s from September and it’s getting regurgitated daily on here. Super misleading.
Looks like we were diggin in the same trench at the same time, fren!
I did some digging for everyone on this.
It’s old. From September. And the tweet is really misleading—it wasn’t “the FDA” who said this. It was Steve Kirsch, during an open forum portion of the call.
Here’s the link to the call.
Honestly, one of the only ones that may actually work!!
I got this idea from another pede here—But I didn’t save the post, so I can’t give you the credit you deserve! If you see this, thank you! It made both of my boys laugh this morning ;)
That’s what I was thinking originally! Now, as my rage settles down (😆😬), I realize that this 3% mortality rate is most likely much higher than the overall mortality rate, since it’s among adverse reactions, and not ALL jab recipients.
Bad bad bad.
So, the death rate from this shot was almost 3%?!?!
(1223 deaths out of 42,086 cases of adverse reaction events).
How the fuck did this ever get approved.
Thank you for doing this—we need more of our Medipedes to consider sharing this data from their hospitals as well!
It will be called the "MAV" — Minor-Attracted-Variant
Here is the official link to the entire ruling, in case the other one doesn't work for some:
I believe there is another lawsuit going on right now that was filed by a slew of other states—led by the Louisiana AG, if I''m not mistaken. I haven't been following that one as closely, but sure hope that this ruling will make the CMS think about rescinding the order, nationwide. It's a step in the right direction, at least!!