Of course not. But you seem to think that the media is going to be honest with you. I hope you're smarter than that. Local police chief dude retired. Got the shot. Very healthy man always kept in shape. Day after he got the shot he was found dead. They never released his cause of deathAn article claims that US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data shows that Covid-19 shots have killed more people than all the other vaccines in the last 20 years combined. This is false; the data does not show the “death toll” from the vaccines as the article claims, and instead...factcheck.afp.com
I'd like to see the news article...Of course not. But you seem to think that the media is going to be honest with you. I hope you're smarter than that. Local police chief dude retired. Got the shot. Very healthy man always kept in shape. Day after he got the shot he was found dead. They never released his cause of death
That’s just it. There wasn’t one. I ride with a lot of local PD. That’s who gave me this info. One of my best friends is the assistant Chief here in town. Currently he is on the east coast. He rode my FJR out there because his Honda blew a head gasket three days before he planned to leave. So my “Source” is legit. And as I said. They never posted cause of death.I'd like to see the news article...
You are okay with people dying from this vaccine though. One that they have told you doesn’t prevent you from getting the rona. Won’t stop you from spreading the rona. And if it has a negative effect on you they took away your ability to sue. That tells me how “intelligent” you are. (In other words. You are an ignorant sheep) and your pResident is kissing Putin’s ass and you are silent on that after calling us traitors.Dr. Qwik doing medical police evaluations. Made chiefie cough while he nuzzled pig balls.
You're full of shit. Again.Sorry to hear you're unable to help, as the official COVID vaccine death toll approaches 5,000 American lives and the real number undoubtedly is much higher yet.
You're full of shit. Again.
That 5,000 figure you saw on a meme sourced from the anti-vax facebook group frequented by soccer moms sourced it from some idiot blogger who sourced it from the CDC VAERS system - vaccine adverse event reporting system. Two things:
1) Anyone can report a bad reaction or death there. You could file one on yourself or someone else, you don't need to be a doctor. I could file one on nomad right now.
2) It simply documents complaints. That's it. It's not an investigation. It doesn't determine cause. And it sure as hell doesn't say that the vaccine causes 5,000 deaths.
You remind of the kind of guy that rolls into a shop, asks for an oil change, says "don't even try to upsell me on a new cabin air filter" and when the tech points out there's cords showing on his tires, the owner insists it's fine and leaves in a huff.
I asked my doctor - a guy who thinks Fauci is a dipshit, prescribes his own "cocktail" of covid meds, says the whole lockdown thing was taken too far for too long and ridicules mask mandates - about the vaccine deaths and he says there's been zero deaths associated with it and it's safe. He said the JnJ vaccine and blood clots affected like 7 females and all were on birth control - the blood clots came from BC, not the vaccine. That's why the vaccine was resumed within 7 days (which is lightning quick) and when he prescribes BC, he highly recommends baby aspirin along with it.
BigGar , I asked about ivermectin, he said some people prescribe it, there might be some small benefit, but the evidence isn't clear. He prescribes hydroxychloroquine instead, along with steroid pill and a steroid inhaler. He says other docs just do the steroid with good effect.
But a very real effect of falsely sensationalizing HCQ as a cure is that there are people with immune disorders that rely on this medication to function, like those with Lupus that are having to deal with back orders and short supply.
I can't comment on ivermectin... but if it's anything like the much-hyped hydroxychloroquine, it makes no difference in health outcomes...
Here's a different study that used hydroxychloroquine as a postexposure prophylaxis, but it failed to make a difference there either.
Thanks for setting that dumb motherfucker straight!...my doctor... prescribes hydroxychloroquine instead, along with...
He straight up said HCQ doesn't have a large benefit for patients but prescribes it anyway because there's no downsides and it's cheap - the important part is the steroids.Thanks for setting that dumb motherfucker straight!
I mean, you DID, set him straight on HCQ, didn't you?!
As i said on page, what 10? THERE WILL BE DEMANDS for reparations, just like after WW1 and it will lead to WW3, just at it lead to WW2 in the 1930spossibly reparations
A French national hero at age 55, in 1878 Pasteur discreetly told his family never to reveal his laboratory notebooks to anyone. His family obeyed, and all his documents were held and inherited in secrecy. Finally, in 1964 Pasteur's grandson and last surviving male descendant, Pasteur Vallery-Radot, donated the papers to the French national library (Bibliothèque nationale de France). Yet the papers were restricted for historical studies until the death of Vallery-Radot in 1971. The documents were given a catalogue number only in 1985.
In 1995, the centennial of the death of Louis Pasteur, a historian of science Gerald L. Geison published an analysis of Pasteur's private notebooks in his The Private Science of Louis Pasteur, and declared that Pasteur had given several misleading accounts and played deceptions in his most important discoveries. Max Perutz published a defense of Pasteur in The New York Review of Books. Based on further examinations of Pasteur's documents, French immunologist Patrice Debré concluded in his book Louis Pasteur (1998) that, in spite of his genius, Pasteur had some faults. A book review states that Debré "sometimes finds him unfair, combative, arrogant, unattractive in attitude, inflexible and even dogmatic".