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New York gives up prosecuting Buffalo-area gym owner for showing his face, not distancing | Added July 13

Editor’s Note: Many have proposed that state mandates are toothless acts of law, policy and executive order — and New York State has proven this by dropping the charges against Robby Dinero, the Orchard Park gym owner. We have read that all other charges and fines for breaking the covid rules have been dropped as well. Hold for more on that. Here is some local coverage of the same issue.

Feds Claim U.S. Covid-19 Case Counts Have Doubled in Recent Weeks | Added July 13

Editor’s Note: Any time you see the word “case,” or the term “confirmed case,” remember that what they really mean is PCR positive. The PCR, “the test,” is incapable of testing for a virus. It also gives 90% false positives if you think it can give any positives at all. One allegedly diagnostic test does not give a firm diagnosis of anything. And best of all, it is not searching for SARS-CoV-2 because nobody has any. It is searching for MN908947.3, which no human can get; it is a computer file: a virtual virus. Here is our PCR resource area.

Read more in the Wall StreetJournal (paywall):

New Covid-19 cases are on the rise in a number of states across the U.S., worrying health officials and epidemiologists as many Americans remain unvaccinated and the highly transmissible Delta variant spreads.

The U.S. is averaging more than 23,000 new cases a day, double the seven-day average of around 11,300 cases three weeks ago, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data from Johns Hopkins University. On 17 of the past 18 days, the seven-day case average was higher than the 14-day average, also suggesting cases have been rising nationally.

The uptick follows a significant slowdown in Covid-19 metrics after a deadly winter surge, when newly reported cases peaked at around 240,000 cases a day in mid-January, and it comes as public-health officials push to reinvigorate the nation’s vaccination campaign and get shots to undecided or isolated Americans. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly all recent Covid-19 cases and deaths from the disease are among unvaccinated people.

Photo of the Day: Absolutely Nothing | Added July 13

Saturday night in downtown Sydney, Australia — nothing going on. PCR positives have been used as excuse to shut down the entire state. Photo by Larry Allen for Planet Waves.

COVID vaccine is essential when preparing for hurricane season, according to CDC | Added July 13

Editor’s Note: Many people have sent in this story, more or less shocked. Getting an injection as preparation for a hurricane? Why would that be? The hurricane is the next carrier? You might “infect” your fellow refugees? It protects you from a lightning strike? (With graphene oxide, probably not.) Or maybe they are full of shit, and every last thing in the world is an excuse to get the shot, get the shot, get the shot. Here you go…

Don’t forget to “social distance”! Evacuees crowd the floor of the Astrodome in Houston on September 2, 2005. The facility housed 15,000 refugees who fled the destruction of Hurricane Katrina. Photo by Dave Einsel.

Read more from The New York Post:

Americans typically prepare for Hurricane season by stocking up on water and nonperishable food, but the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) raised eyebrows Monday when the government agency stated coronavirus vaccines are essential to weathering the storm.

Health officials have stressed that fully vaccinated individuals have a high degree of protection against COVID-19, and that the true risk is for unvaccinated populations. The Biden administration has continued to urge Americans to receive the shots as soon as possible, but in some states the demand for vaccines has fallen, even with ample supplies available.

The CDC’s website tied the vaccine with planning for hurricane season and even listed the jab ahead of preparing emergency food, water and medical supplies, under a section titled, “Prepare for hurricane season.”

The CDC’s first bullet point is “Understand that your planning may be different this year because of the need to protect yourself and others from COVID-19,” while the second is, “Get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you can. COVID-19 vaccines help protect you from getting sick or severely ill with COVID-19 and may also help protect people around you.”

And, just in case you feel like taking this charade to the next limit, The Post continues:

The CDC website also urges Americans to keep six feet apart for social distancing concerns when checking on neighbors during a hurricane, asks people to put masks and hand sanitizer in emergency kits and provides a friendly reminder that anyone who is “unconscious” can do without a mask.

Just under half of all eligible Americans have received full vaccinations against the coronavirus. Recent polling by Gallup has shown that one in five Americans have no plan to get vaccinated at all.

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Blowing a kiss emits a plume of love. CDC said that covid particles attach to the love particles and this is extremely dangerous.

BREAKING — CDC issues emergency guidance against blowing kisses | Added June 13

ATLANTA (CNN) — Infectious disease experts have issued an advisory against blowing kisses, saying they have discovered a new means of transmission for the novel coronavirus.

Tuesday morning, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a Level 1 Advisory — their highest — urging all Americans, especially young women, to stop blowing kisses. Technically known as “remote osculation,” CDC said this is a particularly dangerous practice because the gesture is aimed directly at another person.

“It’s very dangerous,” said Dr. Deborah Birx, who is on the President’s Task Force for the Prevention of Covid-19 Disease. “You think it’s just sweet and innocent, but it’s not. It’s like killing people. You may as well just stab them and get it over with.”

CDC said that remote osculation may be safe at distances beyond 25 feet, though even that is risky, as the love gets all over the place. Men have been known to respond to a blown kiss at a distance of more than half a mile, according to experts.

This is because the virus particles attach to the love particles, which can carry a great distance and are extremely persistent, according to the experts.

It is believed that plexiglass obstacles would help prevent the spread of covid by kiss-blowing. Large sheets of the transparent plastic are being installed on every street in New York City.

According to Franz Geilermann, who sits on CDC’s elite Affection Disease Prevention Panel, remote osculation spreads a cloud of love and other material, which is believed to cause Covid and which can be detected in molecular quantities by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR).

Anthony Fauci, who is Italian, said that the ban on kiss-blowing was probably taking things too far. “I haven’t said anything till now, but really? I’m all for safety but this is probably a low risk activity.”

Ben Garrison still not taking any shit | Added July 13

Cartoon by Ben Garrison.

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