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There is no scientific PROOF that lockdowns, shutdowns, and social distancing have accomplished ANYTHING medically.

^^^^ This is the same "winning formula" that will be used for climate change. Success is built in.


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This is from Jaimee Dupree. Probably one of the most non partisan reporters I have ever known.

>>>>>>>>>>Normally, about 4,500 people die in a month in NYC (30 days). 40 days would be about 6,000 people.
It has been 40 days since the first COVID-19 death in NYC.
8,811 people have died of the virus in that time.
4,429 people are considered 'probable' virus deaths.
That's 13,240 people - more than double the normal 6,000 who would die in a 40 day period in NYC.
But wait. There are also 9,862 "OTHER" non-COVID deaths in NYC, which means 23,102 people have died in NYC in the last 40 days, which is almost TRIPLE the usual number.<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Just some numbers to chew on considering some have said NYC isn't nearly as bad as has been stated.



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It's pretty interesting how the new system being rolled out is expecting of the people to replace what is self evident, with absurd official stories.

Many will prescribe to this new law, mans law.

It is the number of a man. His number is 666.

Erroneous becomes normalized 666.


 
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Originally posted by CURTIS REED:
This is from Jaimee Dupree. Probably one of the most non partisan reporters I have ever known.

>>>>>>>>>>Normally, about 4,500 people die in a month in NYC (30 days). 40 days would be about 6,000 people.
It has been 40 days since the first COVID-19 death in NYC.
8,811 people have died of the virus in that time.
4,429 people are considered 'probable' virus deaths.
That's 13,240 people - more than double the normal 6,000 who would die in a 40 day period in NYC.
But wait. There are also 9,862 "OTHER" non-COVID deaths in NYC, which means 23,102 people have died in NYC in the last 40 days, which is almost TRIPLE the usual number.<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Just some numbers to chew on considering some have said NYC isn't nearly as bad as has been stated.


Look at deaths by cause and ethnicity here...

https://data.cityofnewyork.us/...Death/jb7j-dtam/data


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This is from Jaimee Dupree. Probably one of the most non partisan reporters I have ever known.

>>>>>>>>>>Normally, about 4,500 people die in a month in NYC (30 days). 40 days would be about 6,000 people.
It has been 40 days since the first COVID-19 death in NYC.
8,811 people have died of the virus in that time.
4,429 people are considered 'probable' virus deaths.
That's 13,240 people - more than double the normal 6,000 who would die in a 40 day period in NYC.
But wait. There are also 9,862 "OTHER" non-COVID deaths in NYC, which means 23,102 people have died in NYC in the last 40 days, which is almost TRIPLE the usual number.<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Just some numbers to chew on considering some have said NYC isn't nearly as bad as has been stated.


Look at deaths by cause and ethnicity here...

https://data.cityofnewyork.us/...Death/jb7j-dtam/data


That is some really convoluted data and 6 years old. Some by ethnicity, some by gender, etc.. I just shared what was posted not saying it is all caused by Covid but that it shows there has been an increase. Make of it what you will.



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We see the trillion $$ bailouts and socialism. The distractions are failing.

Many will accept absurd official stories. Mans law 666.






 
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Here is one to think about...After what we just have seen about the medical system being totally strained...

In the US, if we go to medicare for all, with millions more insured, and of those newly insured being the "most entitled generation" that wants everything NOW...

How crazy will it be to get into a hospital or even a doctors office?

We already have bed & equipment shortages and doctor shortages...where do we put all the newly insured patients and who will be taking care of them?

Oh BTW...how long will YOU have to wait (calmly) on a list for medical services then?


Just on a different note...Same story for free college for all...where do we put them all?


1. Where did we see the medical system totally strained, other than the mainstream media saying so? Many hospitals are laying off large numbers of people right now.

2. What generation is the "most entitled", and low in patience?

3. Free college for all? Not in this life time. The folks that pay the bills in this country have had enough of the leftist game plan. Besides, we already have millions of idealistic pups running around with absolutely worthless degree's, and no ability to be productive citizens.


1. HOSPITALS are strained...no beds available
HOSPITAL staff working 7 12 hour days
Layoffs...Have you seen where they were. Centers that do elective work. Routine procedures that don't normally happen in hospitals. Pay attention and don't just assume.

2. Out 20 and 30 somethings. You miss how they want and want and want?

3. Well it is clear how you are unaware of what college is becoming. Maybe not in YOUR lifetime...but the push is on for college for all. Pushing hard without any thought on where they are going to place students or what the requirement for placement in class will require. You idealistic pups are today's voters in case you didn't notice.


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Hospitals are not strained in most parts of the country. They are dead slow. The hot spots are hopping. Keep those areas locked down. Nobody wants a switch to be thrown and everything is back to normal. Kids being out of school is helping. A lot I suspect. Nobody is losing their house because kids are home from school. Probably one of the last things to ease.


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On April 16th 31,000 had died from Covid19 and I predicted that more than 100,000 were likely to die and the common response from everyone on DRR was BULL-SH**.

Now less than 60 days later America is no where near the end of this and the count is well over 100,000. When I made that prediction we were still in the top of the first inning, with a LONG way to go. That present count does not include American Citizens who were living out of the Country, and at last count Mexico alone had more than 200,000 American citizens living there.

This is far from over with no cure expected until next year. Even with a cure there will be many people objecting to being inoculated, (something about their Civil Rights).

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On April 16th 31,000 had died from Covid19 and I predicted that more than 100,000 were likely to die and the common response from everyone on DRR was BULL-SH**.

Now less than 60 days later America is no where near the end of this and the count is well over 100,000. When I made that prediction we were still in the top of the first inning, with a LONG way to go. That present count does not include American Citizens who were living out of the Country, and at last count Mexico alone had more than 200,000 American citizens living there.

This is far from over with no cure expected until next year. Even with a cure there will be many people objecting to being inoculated, (something about their Civil Rights).

Bob


So go hide in your basement.

Meanwhile, deaths have continued to decline in Georgia (and many other states) where the economy was opened back up on May 4. The WHO just announced that it is extremely rare for an infected but asymptomatic person to spread the disease - meaning that asymptomatic people wearing masks is nothing but silliness, and that the lockdowns and shelter-in-place orders are nonsense and have accomplished nothing (beyond wrecking our economy, which may well have been the REAL objective). Sick people stay home, at-risk people stay home, everybody else gets their freedoms back. Nothing else is acceptable.


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And aren't you the guy who got sick, told us all how awful it was and that based on your experience COVID-19 was deadly and not to be taken lightly - and then got tested and turned out NOT to have it?

LMAO


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On April 16th 31,000 had died from Covid19 and I predicted that more than 100,000 were likely to die


Actually that is factually incorrect. You predicted "hundreds of thousands" not "ONE hundred thousand."

Nice try. And we know that many of the +/- 100,000 current US COVID deaths were in fact people who had "symptoms" (as did YOU) and whose deaths were therefore REPORTED as COVID deaths despite absence of a COVID test or any other proof.


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Wrong quote Mike, never said that I had or suspected that a I had Covid-19.

Not going to hide in the basement, my house doesn't have a basement, sorry.

This is far from over and in the middle of the second inning (two months later) we are at more than 100,000 with Officials saying that they don't see a vaccine until "possibly" January. The numbers may have dropped in Georgia but no one can say that it has ended for good.

I don't believe anything from The WHO, or for that matter any of the experts, they are all guessing and so are you hoping for a happy ending.

Continue on.

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60% of the deaths in California are in LA County were Idiot Garcetti does nothing about prisons and rest homes
 
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Wrong quote Mike, never said that I had or suspected that a I had Covid-19.

Bob


Oh yeah? Because on March 18 at 8:36AM in this thread;

https://drr.infopop.cc/eve/foru...652/m/4677087296/p/5

You said “I was originally diagnosed as Covid-19”


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60% of the deaths in California are in LA County were Idiot Garcetti does nothing about prisons and rest homes

Anything to keep things shutdown and have as negative as possible impact on the economy until after the election.


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Per the title of the original topic, here is a serious consideration for you:

"Imagine watching a televised funeral with hundreds in attendance after being told YOU CAN’T go to the funeral of someone in your own family, you can’t go to church, you can’t go to your kids graduation, etc.... imagine watching it and still not realizing you’re being played."


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On March 14th I developed a bad cough but with no Covid-19 symptoms. Our Family Doctor and my wife (she was an RN for 42 years) believed that it was pneumonia so I went to a local Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, Ca. The standard protocol there was to test everyone for Covid-19 regardless of the symptoms. I never believed it was anything but pneumonia. The test came back negative so for three days they treated the pneumonia and released me. Mike, I hope that clears things up for you.

My original post that you questioned was the number of Covid-19 fatalities in America and the projection prior to developing and distributing an effective vaccine. At that time (March 18th) the number of reported fatalities in the US was 31,000. Since then, as of June 6th (less than 79 days) that number has risen to over 114,000, an increase of more than 83,000. Now WHO and Fauci are saying that this is far from over. They are also concerned that a second wave is coming particularly with all that has happened in the US over the past 10 days (protests and many States opening back up).

We are still somewhere around the second inning and the current count is over 114,000, where do you predict the final count will be prior to a vaccine?

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Now WHO and Fauci are saying that this is far from over.


And three posts above you clearly stated "I don't believe anything from the WHO."

Fauci is a clown who changes his position every 24 hours.


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Now WHO and Fauci are saying that this is far from over.


And three posts above you clearly stated "I don't believe anything from the WHO."

Fauci is a clown who changes his position every 24 hours.


Here is why I agreed with a statement from The WHO.

Yesterday The WHO reversed themselves (imagine that) and agreed with Dr. Fauci that approximately 45% of COVID-19 asymptomatic people can transmit the virus. Originally a "Spokesperson" at the WHO stated that the incidence of symptomatic people transmitting the virus was negligible.

Both Fauci and The WHO said that the spread of the virus is far from over. Now that part I really believe.

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