Denninger hits another screaming line drive

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  • Sun, Sep 26, 2021 - 06:17am



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    Denninger hits another screaming line drive

The answer to the problem — to Covid-19 — was known in March and April of 2020 and yet not published until January of this year, and even then not one single bit of media attention nor a single mention from Fauci, the CDC, the NIH or FDA has been made, all in the interest of Moderna and Pfizer’s stock prices and the power-mad jackasses on an international basis — at the cost of your loved ones’ lives.

That wasn’t an accident and it still isn’t one.

THE answer? I don’t know. Certainly looks like ONE of the answers.

  • Sun, Sep 26, 2021 - 06:48am



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    Denninger hits another screaming line drive

Just to point out that our very own Sand_Puppy has been including Claritin in his covid treatment protocol published on this website for some months now.

And the FLCCC has increasingly been stressing nasal wash/irrigation and gargling, though not with just baking soda + water. Be aware that nasal irrigation should never be done with tap water (my source for that is the NeilMed Sinus Rinse package insert — it does say you can use tap water boiled for 5 minutes and then cooled but best is distilled or sterilized.)

  • Sun, Sep 26, 2021 - 09:12am



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    yeah …

I posted this very study several months back.  We had quite the discussion.  Part of it centered around “what kind of treatments can you use if – say – you work in a fascist NTFY hospital system that forbids Ivermectin” – and one answer was: an antihistamine.

“So I wasn’t sure if it was COVID, or an allergic reaction.”

“What are they gonna do – make antihistamines illegal?”

Given early, of course.

Desloretadine may be a good choice:

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