Fauci and CDC sued for Crimes Against Humanity

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  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 09:39am

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    davefairtex

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    thanks for the link

Thanks for the link.  Looks like I missed the first few you posted.

Results 38 studies on SARS-CoV-2 virus testing and 25 studies on SARS-CoV-2 antibody testing were identified. We identified high or unclear risks of bias in the majority of studies, most commonly as a result of unclear methods of patient selection and test conduct, or because of the use of a reference standard that may not definitively diagnose COVID-19. The majority were in hospital settings, in patients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 infection. Pooled analysis of 16 studies (3818 patients) estimated a sensitivity of 87.8% (95% CI 81.5% to 92.2%) for an initial reverse-transcriptase PCR test. For antibody tests, 10 studies reported diagnostic accuracy outcomes: sensitivity ranged from 18.4% to 96.1% and specificity 88.9% to 100%. However, the lack of a true reference standard for SARS-CoV-2 diagnosis makes it challenging to assess the true diagnostic accuracy of these tests. Eighteen studies reporting different sampling methods suggest that for virus tests, the type of sample obtained/type of tissue sampled could influence test accuracy. Finally, we searched for, but did not identify, any evidence on how any test influences subsequent patient management.

So while the tests do return something, we aren’t sure whether what the test returns is a meaningful indicator of “true diagnostic accuracy.”  Which says to me, “a positive test isn’t a ‘case’.”  It is just a positive test – which is a little self-referential. It may mean a situation where a patient needs treatment, or it may not.

That’s probably because the various CT levels did not appear to be included in the meta analysis.  (I searched for it – if I missed it, please let me know).

To remind – this from last year – CT would seem to be the key variable for the meta analysis, would it not?

https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/experts-us-covid-19-positivity-rate-high-due-to-too-sensitive-tests/ar-BB18wE8B

Up to 90 percent of people tested for COVID-19 in Massachusetts, New York and Nevada in July carried barely any traces of the virus and it could be because today’s tests are ‘too sensitive’, experts say.

Health experts say PCR testing – the most widely used diagnostic test for COVID-19 in the US – are too sensitive and need to be adjusted to rule out people who have insignificant amounts of the virus in their systems because they’re likely not contagious.

Today the PCR test, which provides a yes or no answer if a patient is infected, doesn’t say how much of the virus a patient has in their body.

PCR tests analyze genetic matter from the virus in cycles and today’s tests typically take 37 or 40 cycles, but experts say this is too high because it detects very small amounts of the virus that don’t pose a risk.

Doctors say fewer cycle thresholds, meaning the number of cycles needed to detect the virus, hone in on those with greater amounts of the virus who do pose risks, according to the New York Times.

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 04:12pm

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    Fauci and CDC sued for Crimes Against Humanity

https://wirralinittogether.blog/2021/05/18/full-transcript-of-former-pfizer-vice-president-dr-mike-yeadons-video-presentation/

… I remember one of the things I started doing early on, because I understood it quite well, was to publicly criticise the PCR or Polymerase Chain Reaction test, because I knew enough about it. Not that I’m a molecular biology expert, but I’ve hired people who are, and you know, I understand how PCR works, this idea of developing primers, bait, as it were for the thing you’re trying to detect. And then to amplify it repeatedly, potentially up to a trillion-fold. People will be pretty familiar I think with the idea of DNA testing that will be used for forensic purposes. And I point out to them that the PCR test uses most of the same technology. And imagine if you were preparing for a trial, and you were able with your attorney to show the judge the conditions under which PCR testing was being done. Relatively inexperienced lab staff, doing hundreds of thousands of pipetting actions a day in the same laboratory. And you said, look, Your Honour, you know, my client sample is one of those on the bench, there might be cross contamination, and that I suspect it’s inevitable, but you’ll get the result shortly. I mean, the judge would just throw the entire evidence set out of court and rightly so. But it’s the same technology that’s being used to work out whether your sample or that of a family member or someone in your community is or is not positive for this virus. It’s completely fraudulent the way it’s being done. You simply cannot run a technique like that at industrial scale and expect the results to be meaningful. And they’re not. I don’t think they’ve ever been meaningful. …

 

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 04:22pm

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Fauci prepping to flee???

… Asked whether the military is considering grabbing Fauci sooner than later, our source said the following: “All I can say is the military is making careful considerations now that it knows Fauci has property in other countries.”

The military, he added, perceives the purchases as a harbinger of Fauci’s desire to escape a military tribunal. The charges against the Deep State doctor are certainly damning–mass medical malpractice resulting in the needless deaths of 500,000 Americans. Not to mention treason and aiding and abetting the CCP.

“Fauci thinks he’s untouchable. He’s not. If his family, and that means his daughters, too, are complicit, then they’ll face justice. The military knows Fauci had a hand in financing the lab from which the virus was let loose. His days are numbered, mark my words,” our source said. …

Edit: I was unfamiliar with the website I got this article from and read the following after posting this comment, so the veracity is in question, although I think the premise is sound… Anyone know anything about Michael Baxter?

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  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 04:48pm

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    Fauci fleeing

Come on, that sounds like it was lifted directly from a QAnon website. They’ve been talking about the military “grabbing” Hillary, Biden, etc (and of course reinstalling Trump as president) for months if not years. Fauci is just the latest target of their deranged fantasy parade.

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 06:14pm   (Reply to #21)

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    Fauci and CDC sued for Crimes Against Humanity

Hi Dave,

Thanks for reading the article. I would argue that the Ct value is only somewhat relevant to the meta-analysis but not the key variable. The cutoff Ct value is used to make a binary positive/negative (and sometimes an indeterminate if done with caution) call. This Ct cutoff will not be same for every PCR test because they can all be designed to amplify different section of the viral DNA. The cutoff should be set based on the performance of negatives. If they start to give positive signal at 35, then the cutoff for positivity should be 30 or 32. But if negatives never show signal at 40 cycles or 45, then the cutoff can be safely set at 37 for example. Not only that you can sequence the amplified product and make sure it is the intended target that amplified.

So while the tests do return something, we aren’t sure whether what the test returns is a meaningful indicator of “true diagnostic accuracy.”  Which says to me, “a positive test isn’t a ‘case’.”  It is just a positive test – which is a little self-referential. It may mean a situation where a patient needs treatment, or it may not.

I think this statement also needs consideration of not only whether the “positive test” indicates a patient that needs treatment or not, but also whether that positive test is a case that is able to infect others by shedding the virus. Also, the conclusions of the meta-analysis should also be applied to the negative result. “Eighteen studies reporting different sampling methods suggest that for virus tests, the type of sample obtained/type of tissue sampled could influence test accuracy”. The potential for false negatives is there as well.

Just for kicks, in the validation doc referenced in my first post, they actually calculated the copy number input into the PCR so we can figure out what that would actually translate to.

The preliminary LoD was confirmed by testing 20 replicates of 2-fold dilutions (50 cp/μL, 25 cp/μL, 12.5 cp/μL, 6.25 cp/μL, 3.125 cp/μL, and 1.25 cp/μL)

These levels were spiked into negative nasal swab samples and run through the entire process. The top level, 50 copies/ul input, gave a Ct value between 29-31. The matrix was a total of 200ul, so that’s roughly 10,000 viral copies on a swab. The lowest detectable was 6.25cp/ul or 1250 viral copies on the swab gave a Ct value of 35-37. Is this low enough to not be contagious? No idea.

Overall though, I think that these tests are not perfect (none are) but the people who run them are aware of the pitfalls and should be careful in the interpretation. I do not agree that these tests or any potential issues with them rise to the level of crimes against humanity.

Lastly and more concerning is that PCR tests just like these are used every day for a wide variety of applications that are then ALL considered suspect based on some of the claims made. There are PCR tests for HIV and HCV that are used to check the donated blood supply, due to their high sensitivity.

Thanks,

Chris

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 06:38pm

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    Oops.

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The Nurenburg code stipulates that another condition must be met before proceeding with the experiment.

No other cure must be available.

(Ivermectin.) Now you know why the denial of Ivermectin’s efficacy. They have been skating on very thin ice.

Let us hope that their collaborators are reeled in too. Not so YouTube? (Hint: ” I was just following orders” doesn’t cut it.)

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 08:13pm   (Reply to #24)

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Coh: I added an edit to say the veracity of the info was in question. You know.. perhaps take with a grain of salt.

Given the evidence that is leaking out about pope Fauci and others, I personally think there are more than a few elites who will try to flee. The things is, I think they will find there is no where on this Earth to hide, once the masses learn the full extent of what they have done. Maybe that is why they are financing space exploration?!? LOL

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 09:24pm

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Maybe that is why they are financing space exploration?!? LOL

Many a true word spoken in jest, Jan.

  • $21 TRILLION dollars missing. CAF, Skidmore.
  • Crop circles
  • Admiral Byrd’s rapid retreat from the Antarctic
  • Admiral Rickover’s strange response to Townsend Brown’s demonstration of anti-gravity propulsion
  • The dustification of the Towers on 911. (An In yer face demonstration of military superiority)
  • Dr. David Jacob’s Hubrids (make no assumptions about the hominid)

Don’t like them? I have others.

  • Wed, May 19, 2021 - 09:50pm

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In dispatches.

There is a lot of traffic on Peakprosperity about the suit against Fauchi and the CDC by a cohort of Doctors and Lawyers.

Let us see if we get hubrid interference.
I’m going to use that as a litmus test.

If this legally watertight case is dismissed, we’ve got hubrids.

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