What is the definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome.
Not surprising our cognitive-challenged leader will continue the insanity on Tuesday with new mandates. President Biden will reportedly share a message of death and dread just in time for the Christmas holiday.
Well here we are with our possible fourth or fifth Covid-19 variant with Omicron and the plan is the same as the earlier breakouts.
Hello, CoVid is still here and your vaccines and masks are doing very little to change the playing field. Mandates and lock downs also should be filed in the trash bins.
People are exhausted with these iron-fisted diktats as we are fast approaching the third anniversary of this scourge. While hospitalizations are generally half of what they were last year, media fear porn is ramping up again driving the most vulnerable — people with mental health problems — into fits of rage over CoVid compliance.
People who put safety over freedom shall get neither, to paraphrase a Revolutionary War philosopher.
It is time to talk about natural immunity and herd immunity. How do these two components figure into the CoVid equation?
As I wrote last week, Dr. Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, is a board-certified cardiologist who has testified before a US Senate committee regarding the treatment of COVID-19 and management of the ongoing pandemic, spoke for three-hours on the Joe Rogan in an eye-opening podcast.
Dr. McCullough stated that the Centers for Disease Control cannot confirm one case where a patient tested positive for CoVid with a standard three-pronged test and later on tested positive again for CoVid using the same testing protocol.
That tells this layman that natural immunity plays a lead role in reducing total amount of cases. we already know that that the vaccines only provide a reduced response to the virus.
I believe the problem lies in the fact that natural immunity will not put money in the drug companies coffers should we change course on treatment.
And there in lies the second definition of insanity: Trusting the pharmaceutical industry.