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On June 13, 2020 The Lancet retracted their article based on a totally bogus study made by Surgisphere claiming that hydroxychloroquine was ineffective against COVID-19.
It’s more than a year later and The Lancet sinks further into ignominy with the recent cover canceling women and referring to them as “bodies with vaginas.”
Is The Lancet leading the way into the abyss, or is the world of medicine already in the abyss and the rest of us are just now figuring it out?
Mike from Jersey,
Adorable. Cougar cubs are cute too:
If you are thinking about adopting a kitten, I suggest getting one from a local shelter rather than buying one from a pet store. Sadly, shelter animals are euthanized by the millions yearly in the U.S.
I don’t know if the “from Jersey” refers to the island of Jersey or the state of New Jersey or something entirely different, but for those in the U.S., Canada and Mexico looking to adopt a pet, Petfinder is a good place to search.
Absolutely explosive news (that’s the same link as provided by the original post), if confirmed:
In a statement, Drastic said: “Given that we find in this proposal a discussion of the planned introduction of human-specific cleavage sites, a review by the wider scientific community of the plausibility of artificial insertion is warranted.”
Take note of the plural sites rather than the singular site. Just what on earth were these people planning to construct at these cleavage sites? Who do they think they are? God?
Comirnaty injections have been available in Europe for quite some time. Notice that the following press anouncement in April 2021 speaks of an additional 100 million doses. This must mean that it had already been in use before April 2021:
There does seem to be some sort of fancy legal footwork in the U.S. because vials marked “Comirnaty” are not currently available.
@ 54:10 in the video, Deborah Conrad says, “I kinda lost track at 120.” She has made over 120 VAERS reports herself. No wonder her hospital wanted her to report only on those patients she was directly responsible for. There are over 6,000 hospitals in the U.S. If there were just one person in each hospital as diligent as Conrad, one can estimate three quarters of a million VAERS reports would be filed. Vaccine hesitancy would rule the day if all the adverse reactions were reported!
BioNTech is the name of the applicant, not Pfizer. It is an application for the Comirnaty jab, which supposedly isn’t available in the U.S. currently. I wonder why the press is so sloppy in their reporting.
Note to self: inspect all rubber stamps and throw out those that rebel and don’t stamp properly. lol.
Does anybody know if this FDA advisory committee met before granting the Comirnaty approval a few weeks ago?
The Moderna vaccine didn’t help Candace Ayers. She had her second dose of the vaccine in March and died in September. Her family blames the unvaccinated for her death despite no evidence she was infected from an unvaccinated person. Despite the obvious proof that the vaccination was useless for her, the family wants everyone to be vaccinated.
Candace Ayers, 66, of Springfield, was vaccinated with the Moderna shot in March along with her husband Terry before being infected with the virus. She died six months later, on September 3 at HSHS St. John’s Hospital.
Her family published an obituary which stated: ‘She was preceded in death by more than 4,531,799 others infected with Covid-19.
‘She was vaccinated but was infected by others who chose not to be. The cost was her life.’
Her son Marc believes that his mother contracted the virus in July after she and his father went to visit a friend, whose husband died of COVID-19, in Mississippi, where the vaccination rate is only 42%, according to the state’s health website.
“I took my parents to get that second jab, and we were all so excited,” said their son, Marc Ayers. “We are a family that believes in science. We believe in masks, and we believe in vaccines. We were ready to get back to normal.”
But his mother, Candace Ayers, died nearly six months later following a July trip with her husband to Mississippi. Her death certificate says she died of Covid-19.
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“This all could have been avoided,” Ayers said. “This could have been prevented by a few acts of kindness. They were in a state that had one of the lowest vaccination rates in the country. Getting a vaccine and wearing a mask for others … had this been done, she would be here today.”
White-tailed deer in several northeastern states are a reservoir for the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
edarmati, When I went to your first link, I saw this notice right below the price:
This product is currently unavailable for purchase.
Chewy.com sells Durvet at a reasonable price. They too are currently out of stock, but do give you the option to be notified by email when it comes back in stock. You might want to check several times a day because minutes after it becomes available, it sells out.