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  1. Dora says:

    I saw this on the news last night and could hardly believe it!

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  5. Dora says:

    Good Luck Larry!

  6. elliesmom says:

    This is enough to make me wonder if this is enough scientific evidence to prove God exists. This “strikes” right at both the First and Second Commandments.

  7. elliesmom says:

    This is enough to make me wonder if this is enough scientific evidence to prove God exists. This “strikes” right at both the First and Second Commandments.

  8. votermom says:

    interesting read on vaccine effectiveness

    • lateblum says:

      What did I miss?

        • 1539days says:

          I mentioned there’s a subreddit of people who tested positive for COVID-19. There are a number of people now saying they were vaccinated but got infected at Fourth of July events. It’s a little early for symptoms in that case, but they could have caught it a week earlier and are just trying to blame it on “the unvaccinated.”

          The even crazier thing is that people who got COVID, then got vaccinated because they were told to, are also getting COVID again. If the vaccine is actually erasing immunity, then there is a reason to actively avoid the vaccines. This also gets in the very disturbing territory of big pharma creating a line of endless “boosters” that have the primary effect of ensuring market dominance.

          • Somebody says:

            The Cleveland clinic study found those that had and recovered from covid had more immunity than those that were vaccinated. They also found those that had and recovered and still opted for the vaccine had no additional immunity over those that recovered and didn’t opt for the vaccine.

            If they had observed an erasure of immunity in the recovered covid patients that opted for the vaccine, I’m sure they would have reported it.

        • elliesmom says:

          Alex Berenson is a frequent guest on Tucker Carlson’s nighttime show, but he also did an hour long interview on Carlson’s “Tucker Carlson Today” on Fox Nation. Berenson is an expert journalist on the virus and vaccines. The interview is a real eye opener.

        • lateblum says:

          Thanks, vm❣️

        • elliesmom says:

          The sad thing is while the government agencies have been pushing the vaccines from even before they were developed, they’ve been suppressing the development of successful therapeutics. As the evidence mounts that the efficacy of the vaccines is short-lived, we’re left way behind in having established protocols to treat the sick. Hopefully, someone will find a way to make enough money curing covid-19 to make it worth investing the kind effort that’s been put into preventing it. Fauci was a failure before he was put in charge of the vaccine effort, but there has to be someone out there with enthusiasm and the expertise in creating therapeutics and protocols in treating diseases caused by viruses. He or she might be found on the banned list of doctors and scientists.

          • Somebody says:

            Studies have shown hydroxy-chloriquine is in fact effective. Ivermectin is proving to be even more effective. Both need to be given early for maximum effectiveness and therein lies the rub, our medical system has been turned on its head. Family doctors and GP’s have been cut out of the loop. Covid patients are given nothing, told to stay home unless and until they are short of breath then go to hospital.

            Our system is built on early intervention or at least it used to be. Like anything, the earlier the covid patient is treated typically the better the outcome.

            Inhaled busonocide, a common breathing treatment for asthma patients supposedly kicks the breathing issue to the curb if administered early in the course of covid. There are some doctors in Texas that swear by it for covid, but I’m not aware of any clinical trials on it for covid. Whereas there are now many, many trials on hydroxy and ivermectin.

          • Mothy67 says:

            There have been 1,983 kung flu deaths in my county of 1.22 million. Subtract ltc deaths, those involved in motorcycle accidents, those nearing end of life already and how many actually died from covid? I bet it’s less than 2019’s seasonal flu.

        • Locked-N-Loaded says:

          Good info there!!

  9. Mothy67 says:

    It is just insane that potato administration doesn’t seem to want to help Cubans , but sure let fatty walk from Honduras without losing a pound or having cell phone die and they’ll ship em all over the country. Actually seek asylum from tyranny and meh. Media is silent. Could it be that Cubans vote Republican?

  10. DeniseVB says:

    I’m with Diamond and Silk. Not one red cent. In fact, I avoided the RNC during Trump’s first run because they were enabling the NeverTrumper movement ! Can you imagine if the Democrats did that? NeverBiden? HA !

    • lyn5 says:

      I’m there too. I’ll donate to Trump Save America PAC directly and all the deductible ones like America First Legal. The RNC can burn in hell.

    • dm says:

      They have had the audacity to call me twice since January. The first time I told them to *uck off and never call me again. The second time I told them you are dead to me and never call me again. I’m not sure how much more clear I can be.

  11. Helen Kenney says:

    who will ever trust us and fight alongside of us again?

    • Helen Kenney says:

      do not know what happened to my signin but it is gone had to sign in with facebook

      • lateblum says:

        mine was as well. But I thought it was because I had recently changed my password. And i have no idea why I had to do that at that time.

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    Need a new credit card. Grrrrrr.

    • votermom says:

      what happened?

      • lyn5 says:

        Fraudulent charges. We carry the CCs in the RFID block sleeves too. What’s interesting is that we used two rest stops yesterday, and the charges started about four hours after the first rest stop where three weirdos from California were wandering around back and forth. (We also were parked one space away from their car.) I left my purse in the car with hubby when I used the bathroom. Hubby had his CC in his wallet with him when he went.

  16. Dora says:

    Senate Dems go it alone: Chuck Schumer and Bernie Sanders reach $3.5T infrastructure bill deal and greenlight reconciliation to bypass GOP filibuster despite fears it will fuel rampant inflation

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  19. elliesmom says:

    I just gave Ellie a bath. I swear she was mildewing.

    • 1539days says:

      Little humid, it is? In my bathroom, I thought the supply valve for my toilet talk was leaking. I think it’s just sweating a lot.

      • lateblum says:

        That’s what happened during our heat/humidity wave last month. I had to put a folded towel on the floor because the toilet tank was sweating worse than I was.

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    Getting Violent!

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            Devlin Barrett @DevlinBarrett

            The Indianapolis FBI office “did not formally document any of its investigative activity, including its July meeting with USA Gymnastics and its September 2 telephonic interview of one of the victim gymnasts. The office also did not formally open an investigation or assessment.”

            The IG notes this chilling detail: in the time between the FBI first being told of the allegations and his later arrest by local police, “70 or more young athletes were allegedly sexually abused by Nassar under the guise of medical treatment”, per court claims

            …The Justice Department declined to prosecute the former SAC for Indianapolis for alleged false statements to the inspector general about how he handled the Nassar case, or the supervisory agent for his alleged false statements…

            … leading John Manly, a lawyer for many of Nassar’s victims to vent: “If an ordinary American lies to the FBI, they haul them out of their house at gunpoint, and yet these agents get a pass, they even get their pension”…

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    I had to walk away from Tucker tonight. Aren’t there any decent dims out there?

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