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Echo’s of COVID Shenanighans That Fail To Reach The Ears of The Unspeakably Deaf

stock here, this is from ACD, who is a much better writer than yours truly

I had a vision of lemmings following their “democracy” over the cliff, whilst dragging nets full of the awaken with them “for their own good”.


Echoes from multiple faces of canyon walls, bounding trenches torn in the flat-lands — unhealable wounds stretching beyond the range of eyes — get lost in the cacophony of distracting screams that fail to reach the unspeakably deaf.



Appearing on Fox News (!!) Wednesday, Anthony Fauci appeared to admit that the Biden administration’s efforts to reinstate mask mandates on planes and trains is about preserving “authority” over public health decisions, not about keeping people safe.

Earlier in the week, the Justice Department asked an appeals court to overturn a federal judge’s order that mask mandates were unlawful.

As we noted in April, Joe Biden’s CDC extended mask mandates for Americans on planes and public transport, while the administration sought to simultaneously end all COVID restrictions for migrants crossing illegally into the United States.ECHO 2



When schools began to discuss the topic of mask mandates, many of them cited the results of a study that was published last year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study, which involved data from 520 counties throughout the nation, concluded that counties that did not require students to wear masks to school noted bigger increases in COVID-19 case rates than counties that did have mask mandates in place.

The findings of this study were used to double down on masking rules in schools, forcing healthy children with little to no risk of the disease to cover their faces throughout their long school days. Recently, however, a pair of Toronto scientists tried to replicate this study and expand upon it using data from 1,832 counties. Not surprisingly, the larger data set indicated that mask mandates actually do not have any effect.ECHO 3




SCREAM ONE (an exemplar)


For many in the U.S. and around the world, the first of June is just an ordinary day.

But for some corporations, activists and Hollywood actors, the day marks the start of another monthlong bonanza of pro-LGBT virtue-signaling — something Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk correctly predicted when he shared a meme mocking the phenomenon in a Tuesday tweet.

Within hours of Musk’s post, corporations, sports teams and government agencies embarked on a massive pro-LGBT public relations crusade.

Pfizer, YouTube, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Verizon, the U.S. Marine Corps and Disney were some of the notable organizations that hopped on the “pride” bandwagon in 2022.

Pfizer promoted an LGBT publication written by company executives and workers. The pharmaceutical giant also added a rainbow frame to its logo on Twitter.ONWARD AND EVER UPWARD.


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