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ASCH: Coronavirus Likely Will Infect Us All. Lockdown Is Delaying The Inevitable.

If the spread of COVID-19 is unstoppable, infectious disease epidemiologist Dr. Johan Giesecke says that we must shift our public health strategy away from a futile attempt to prevent its spread and toward providing optimal care for the sickest patients. … Continue reading

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“totally unreliable” ; Top Men, Top…Men.

The model United Kingdom experts, as well as many others around the world, have largely used to guide their coronavirus policies has been deemed “totally unreliable” by experts. To start with, the Daily Telegraph‘s report on the assessments done by … Continue reading

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Cruise industry circling the drain.

With the cruise industry on life support, fleets have put to sea for an indefinite stay with many of their crewmen trapped on board.  Although there are no passengers aboard these ships, some of which cost well over a billion … Continue reading

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New York infected the rest of the country.

.tcu-image-1258392551452803072 { background-image: url(https://pbs.twimg.com/card_img/1258362187959148546/fFAxQlby?format=jpg&name=600×314) !important; background-size: cover !important; } Travel From New York City Seeded Wave of U.S. Outbreaks The coronavirus outbreak in New York City became the primary source of infections around the United States, researchers have found. nytimes.com … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: Winnie gets it.

The COVID-19 pandemic morphed into a major geopolitical event and, therefore, the tools of geopolitical analysis became ever more relevant. That is likely why Winston Churchill famously said, “Scientists should be on tap, but not on top.”

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Speakeasy.

Tonight’s Doordash report: The lockdown is over, regardless of what anyone in government says. While sitting in a strip mall parking lot waiting for an order, I saw a woman exit a chiropractor’s office and walk to her car, parked … Continue reading

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Notes from UPS.

From an anonymous UPS delivery driver… 5 types of customers since the “rona”: 1) Steve: He has been waiting for this moment his whole life. He has been drinking boilermakers since 10:00 am in his recliner and his AR is … Continue reading

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And they thought this was going to kill the Trump voters first.

Wuhan flu deaths States that voted for Hillary 51,465 (72%) States that voted for Trump 19,781 (28%)

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Democratic versus Republican States

“When controlling for the differences in population across states, the number of deaths from coronavirus is over three times higher in states with Democratic governors than in states with Republican governors.” As of Sunday, April 26, states with Republican governors … Continue reading

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NYC pads the death stats.

“Basically, every death certificate that comes across our desk now has COVID on it,” said a funeral director in Williston Park, N.Y., on a recorded phone call with Project Veritas in a newly-released video. James O’Keefe has been asking for … Continue reading

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