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trumancarol 2 points ago +2 / -0

It doesn't take a majority of people to fight back and achieve significant results. It's a minority controlling countries and governments at this point. They know the truth of this. Realistically....no one, and I mean no one...including you and I, can predict what will happen. You say you will still fight for what you believe, so I think we are essentially on the same page. I'll keep fighting too. I have no intention not to. Others may keep joining. If we go down in flames so be it. But you never know. So I will always be open to the possibility of victory. Always. Thanks for the reply. Appreciate it.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess my issue with your comments and comments like it, is there is no hope at all in them. In your mind, it's just over? Is that true? We just stick it out until they throw us in the Gulag? Okay, you didn't comply. Neither did I. Neither did lots of people. I agree with you....lots of people buckled under the pressure more than I would like to admit. Particularly doctors. I know it's hard to get a sense of someone from a couple of comments....what's a possible solution in your mind? I know the odds are probably against us at this point, I'm not going to pretend otherwise, but I also know that history is full of the unexpected. So I don't care about the odds. I will continue to get involved in the ways I can and, yes, even entertain hope in my optimistic moments. Your comments sound like you've just given up. Is that true?

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trumancarol 2 points ago +2 / -0

This article has some good information:

https://amidwesterndoctor.substack.com/p/why-you-should-support-bidens-baby

One of the things he says about the issue being brought up in these comments is this:

"In my eyes, the greatest issue with breast-feeding is the fact that toxins contained within the mother’s body will be concentrated in the breastmilk. As we live in a highly toxic society, this is a legitimate concern for breast-feeding which can be potentially mitigated prior to initiating breast-feeding. On that point, there have been a few reported instances of infants in VAERS suffering serious or fatal adverse events following breast-feeding from a recently vaccinated mother (while I have come across a wide range of unusual and severe adverse events from these vaccines, the breast milk issue appears to be a rarer complication and has not happened to anyone I know). However, despite all the potentials for toxicity within breast milk, I believe the benefits of breast-feeding greatly outweighs the harms from it."

I've been following "A Midwestern Doctor" for awhile and I definitely respect his opinion.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

I wouldn't say we've done nothing. There has been lots of research, lots of lawsuits (some that have been won), more involvement locally making it harder to cheat. We just need to keep at it.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know why the movie producers chose to do that.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's a screenshot from 2000 Mules. The face was blurred in the movie. The photo is mainly a reference to the movie.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

Never forgetting doesn't mean everyone will pay for what they did. I agree, they most likely will not. For me it means, and it appears to mean for many, political involvement by those who have never been involved that way before as we are seeing in school boards, election integrity, etc. We can either sit around and moan about it or try to do something about it for our future. Same goes for these fucking vaccines.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

Only if never forgetting means we sit around and do nothing. I guess that's what you're doing.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's a reference to 2000 Mules.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hilarious. I didn't notice that.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’m letting them now what they can expect if it passes. I suspect it will pass.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

My plan is stay out of hospitals at all costs. I have two doctors I trust who understand the bullshit and are trying to help their patients. The one, here in California, says he has received several letters from the medical board...

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trumancarol 2 points ago +2 / -0

I've been saying this for a long time. Pull your kids out of school! Make the sacrifice. Homeschool them. Do whatever you have to! I especially don't understand parents who leave their kids in school when they are required to be masked and then complain about the masking as if there is nothing they can do about it except go to a school board meeting and complain. Pull them out now!

Many parents are, but not enough. My sister-in-law works at an elementary school in Southern CA. She told me yesterday that enrollment has gone done every year since all this bullshit started. They have had to combine some classes and let people go. But there should be a mass exodus. This is what we need.

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trumancarol 8 points ago +8 / -0

This is one of my favorite comments of all time...made me laugh out loud.

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trumancarol 2 points ago +2 / -0

Agreed. They can't win a fair election, so they will have to try something. They stole the election in broad daylight, so they'll try just about anything.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

I guess it's not clear...that's exactly my point: only focusing on the lifting of mask mandates is not productive.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

You are correct. I was refused service for an eye appointment because I would not wear a mask in the waiting room. My point is, there are a lot people excited and happy about some of mask mandates being lifted when there is plenty more to be concerned about, far more important than mask mandates: California Bills, especially the censorship bill for doctors, the WHO Treaty and a new Rhode Island bill that will double income tax on parents if their children are not vaccinated.

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trumancarol 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm flattered....played QB once in high school for our injured starting QB....

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trumancarol 0 points ago +1 / -1

Hmmm....I guess you were vaccinated.

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's probably not clear, but what I'm trying to say is that massive noncompliance requires a lot of people participating....it's not an accurate, statistical representation of what has actually happened....

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trumancarol 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree. The point is to do both. If wearing a mask is detrimental and it is don’t let them do that to your kid.

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