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cryogen 7 points ago +8 / -1

Yep. Go vote, even if you are blackpilled. Make it just that much harder for them to stick that slave-collar on you.

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cryogen 2 points ago +2 / -0

You link all the necessary info but are still failing to connect the dots.

(1) Women whose pregnancy has ended so far -- miscarriage rate is at 12.6%; other "ends to pregnancy" must include normal births, abortions, etc.

(2) "of the pregnancies that have completed" -- so, taking only those women who have had either miscarriage, abortion, or a birth AT THE TIME OF THE STUDY

(3) 82% of those who miscarried had been vaccinated.

So this LEAVES OUT:

(A) The number of women whose pregnancies ARE STILL ONGOING and are vaccinated

AND

(B) The number of normal births post vaxx.

In other words, the "82%" number tells you almost nothing important AT THIS STAGE. Not until you get these other numbers will you know what the real rates of anything are.

MOST IMPORTANTLY, it DEFINITELY DOES NOT SAY that "82% of postvaxx pregnancies end in miscarriage."

Rather, it says "of the pregnancies ended so far, most have been by miscarriage, at a mostly normal rate of miscarriage. And OF THOSE, 82% had already been vaccinated."

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cryogen 3 points ago +3 / -0

I think you mean since 1861, When Lincoln decided Empire was more important that recognizing the nature of the Constitution as a pact between smaller powers (States).

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cryogen 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't know why they wrote and published when they did. I only know that the majority of the pregnancies still had not come to term at the time.

They're not making large-scale statements or drawing broad conclusions here, they're only reporting the stats as they were at the time. I agree it's a strange decision to publish before the ~10 months needed for each pregnant woman, but at the same time there is high pressure to get these things out ASAP in order to make medical and policy decisions, so it's also unsurprising.

I'm not saying that there aren't problems with the vaccines, I'm just saying that this particular study doesn't tell us much of anything, and certainly the confusion that has been spread by people about this particular study is hurting rather than helping our cause because it makes us look like we don't pay attention, do our due diligence, and stick to the truth.

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cryogen 3 points ago +4 / -1

The pregnancies (gestations) had not all completed by the time the study was being written. This fact completely changes how the stats are to be framed/interpreted.

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cryogen 2 points ago +2 / -0

But the fight is long-term, not one-and-done nonsense. If you blow everything just because a single, though important, battle is lost, you're an idiot.

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cryogen 8 points ago +10 / -2

If the rest of the Executive, including the Military, were not communist traitors already he might have been able to do something different at that time.

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cryogen 2 points ago +2 / -0

These are people whose reality is entirely defined by media outlets. They live in the movie Network.

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

there is no historical set of actions we can draw on

Not quite accurate.

The Constitution is the Supreme Law.

It can be directly written on -- that's what Amendments are.

We can create an Amendment that says something as clear and straightforward as : "Having been proven fraudulent, The Electoral College votes cast by Electors from [X, Y, Z...] States are null and void."

There are various ways to pass Amendments. One of them, Article V, has an option for purely State action. They, and we, can do this entirely without courts, Congress, or the Feds.

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cryogen 3 points ago +3 / -0

I mean, we affect the climate, but about as much as a mosquito bite affects a human body.

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cryogen 3 points ago +3 / -0

And this is hospitalization with Covid, not from Covid. They lie in this way CONTINUOUSLY. ALMOST NO CHILD WITHOUT SEVERE HEALTH PROBLEMS IS HOSPITALIZED SOLELY BECAUSE OF COVID. They're in the hospital for a broken bone, or a high fever from the flu, or whatever, and they get tested, they're (maybe) positive for Covid, and voila, a "Covid hospitalization"! Wondrous, isn't it!!?

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cryogen 3 points ago +3 / -0

Please do! I'm especially interested in which omissions

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

This is so obviously staged - that is, he hiked, then paused to put his two masks on to take this selfie, then immediately took them off again. If he had actually been wearing these the whole time, his entire face would be drenched in sweat and condensation, would be red and marked, etc.. Dumbfuck social-media whore.

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

These two are the pure definition of empty suits.

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

We're talking about theory and hypotheticals here. Currently we are nowhere near Anarchy.

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

There's no reason to assume that such a conglomerate can even be formed if everyone is armed and already organized. Balance of power is a real thing

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cryogen 1 point ago +2 / -1

Anarchy can never exist among men

That's pure bullshit. Anarchy just means no rulers. There are no rulers in a marketplace, or in a just and loving family. There are many, many areas of life where Anarchy is the rule, not the exception.

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Idk I thought she was pretty cute

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lots of possibilities but as a last resort State Legislatures can even write an amendment to the Constitution to nullify the fraud (see Article V). In other words, if anyone ever tells you nothing can be done, they are ignorant or lying.

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cryogen 4 points ago +4 / -0

This isn't quite true. It's well known that the mail-in ballots skewed towards Biden.

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cryogen 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know what you expect could fix something as insane as a fully proven, stolen Presidential election. That's a full blown Constitutional Crisis. What, you think some little judges somewhere are going to fix it? No. Constitutional Crisis will often require Constitutional change. And States can do it, and should do it, and we should do everything we can to make them.

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