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MegaMagaMan13 4 points ago +4 / -0

This is the data we need:

Last year it was pushed and pushed that we should be scared because 500k Americans "died of Covid". But people weren't collapsing in the street from Covid, and they weren't found dead in their homes from Covid.

They were taken to the hospital and died there. How many of these Covid Statistics were put on ventilators before they died? Is there anyway to look that up?

I truly, deeply believe that the majority of these deaths could have been prevented if treated with appropriate medication (HCQ/IVR) and oxygen rather than ventilation.

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MegaMagaMan13 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just had a 49 year old teacher suddenly and unexpectedly die in her home yesterday.

Guarantee she was double vaxxed, and I'm willing to bet she had a heart attack or stroke.

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MegaMagaMan13 14 points ago +15 / -1

I absolutely HATED hearing about my colleagues (90% in High School) who just phoned in their teaching last year.

Meanwhile little old "elementary" me was trying to coordinate teaching 15 kids in my room while simultaneously teaching 15 kids at home, trying to figure out how to give homework but not require it to be done because "equity".

My late nights recording myself reading chapters from a book out loud since i had 3-5 kids who couldn't be online with me live. Meeting with kids who missed 2 weeks of online learning because grandma was the only one who could watch them. Driving supplies to kids' houses because they suddenly had to quarantine.

These lazy fuckers make me sick and angry.

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MegaMagaMan13 13 points ago +13 / -0

Damn, I though you meant something else by "flatten the msm".

I was getting my steamroller tuned up and everything...

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MegaMagaMan13 9 points ago +9 / -0

What a different world it would be if that light had hit and killed her...

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MegaMagaMan13 25 points ago +25 / -0

She's reading from "Lawn Boy", of which there are two books with that title.

One is an innocent book by Gary Paulsen (of "Hatchet" fame) which is about a young boy mowing lawns to save money.

The other is a gay adult erotic novel.

Somehow this "teacher" couldn't tell one from the other...

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MegaMagaMan13 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this the mom reading the passage from "lawn boy" about 10 year olds fondling each other at bible camp?

Teacher will try to use the excuse that there are 2 different books called "Lawn Boy". The one from Gary Paulsen is a legit story about a boy raising money by mowing lawns.

The other is a gay adult erotic novel.

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MegaMagaMan13 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have to remind myself, however:

  1. Every time we show up to vote, they have to cheat to beat us
  2. Every time they cheat, they risk screwing it up and having the cheat revealed on a massive and obvious scale
  3. Real conservatives are already taking over small elected positions at the local level. Within 10 years, we will have pushed our way into state positions where we can have a real impact on election laws
  4. The rest of the world is picking up the slack for our weakness. Once a major country like France comes around to our side, truths will come out.
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MegaMagaMan13 12 points ago +12 / -0

We knew going in the Dems were going to cheat. So what are we going to do about it now?

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MegaMagaMan13 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not a chance my man.

They won the electoral "Super Bowl" in 2020 so they will keep using that playbook until someone physically stops them.

Lost ballots, Mail in ballots, "already voted", dead voters, and when all else fails...rigged voting machines.

Newsom won't even be recalled.

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MegaMagaMan13 2 points ago +2 / -0

Obviously the virus itself doesn't have intelligence. By most standards it isn't even considered a "living organism".

But the "mutations" are not random. The more virulent strands survive and are copied, eventually being passed on to another host. The less virulent are destroyed by the body's immune response.

This isn't some animal intelligence at work. It's just basic population spread. You wouldn't say a drop of red dye has intelligence, but it sure as hell is going to stain the clothes in your wash.

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MegaMagaMan13 3 points ago +3 / -0

Virulence, as a trait, is directly related to replication: The more pathogens that a person’s body houses, the sicker that person generally becomes. A high replication rate has evolutionary advantages — more microbes in the body lead to more microbes in snot or blood or stool, which gives the microbes more chances to infect others — but it also has costs, as it can kill hosts before they have the chance to pass on their infection. The problem with leaky vaccines, Read says, is that they enable pathogens to replicate unchecked while also protecting hosts from illness and death, thereby removing the costs associated with increased virulence...This virulence can also cause the vaccine to start failing by causing illness in vaccinated hosts.

That's the ball game, folks.

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MegaMagaMan13 2 points ago +2 / -0

Last month, when more than 1,000 vaccine scientists gathered in Washington, D.C., at the World Vaccine Congress, the issue of vaccine-induced evolution was not the focus of any scientific sessions. Part of the problem, Read says, is that researchers are afraid: They’re nervous to talk about and call attention to potential evolutionary effects because they fear that doing so might fuel more fear and distrust of vaccines by the public

So they are just burying their heads in the sand and we are the ones suffering

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MegaMagaMan13 1 point ago +1 / -0

Virulence, as a trait, is directly related to replication: The more pathogens that a person’s body houses, the sicker that person generally becomes. A high replication rate has evolutionary advantages — more microbes in the body lead to more microbes in snot or blood or stool, which gives the microbes more chances to infect others — but it also has costs, as it can kill hosts before they have the chance to pass on their infection. The problem with leaky vaccines, Read says, is that they enable pathogens to replicate unchecked while also protecting hosts from illness and death, thereby removing the costs associated with increased virulence.

In other words, it's the vaccinated who are killing the unvaccinated by mutating the virus.

And then the vaccinated are killing themselves through eventual ADE.

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MegaMagaMan13 2 points ago +2 / -0

What we are seeing here is a perfect example on how the US can be balkanized into 3 distinct countries:

  1. The Great Lakes Coalition (Democrat)
  2. The Western Pacific Hegemony (Communist)
  3. The United American Republic (Republican)

We would have to invade CO and NM, and probably cede Alaska to the Westies, but owning all trade in the Gulf and most of the primary highways and railways gives us a lot of self-suffciency.

It'll be fun watching the communists destroy themselves.

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MegaMagaMan13 5 points ago +5 / -0

27 states. If we reach 34 we can call a Constitutional Convention of States and limit federal powers. Last happened in 1787 when the Articles of Confederation were thrown out and replaced with the Constitution.

Which 7 states do you think we can still flip? Wisconsin? N. Carolina?

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MegaMagaMan13 22 points ago +22 / -0

23 hours ago on Newsweek: https://www.newsweek.com/members-congress-staff-exempt-biden-covid-vaccine-mandate-1627859

I suppose its not Biden's staff, but it sure as hell excludes "his people".

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MegaMagaMan13 23 points ago +23 / -0

I started re-watching this show about a month ago.

Those early seasons are peak "90s Americana" and damn I miss those days. Hank Hill is a role model, man.

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MegaMagaMan13 1 point ago +1 / -0

The biggest problems in our schools, in ranked order:

  1. US Dept. of Education
  2. Curriculum Writers
  3. Federal and State Teachers Unions
  4. Communists in the Classroom

I welcome anyone to debate me on this.

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MegaMagaMan13 67 points ago +67 / -0

The only silver lining is that this teacher basically said "Fuck this" and went right into the isolation room to comfort that kid.

In her words "Well, i'm vaccinated so unless I get sick they can't quarantine me."

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