And it may very possibly play out during the first few months of the Dem Regime--if anyone has a better description for what's coming into being let me know. I can't accept that what's his name will be in charge of anything.
Anyway, here's what I'm talking about. Zerohedge is citing a poll conducted for John Solomon's Just The News:
Nearly Half Of U.S. Voters Believe Health Officials Have Been Misleading With COVID Data
To enunciate the bleeding obvious, those are not good numbers for the people who have been misleading "US Voters." And we all know that those "Health Officials" are closely identified with Blue State politicians. The poll was taken well before the implications of the NYMag expose on Fauci's funding of the Wuhan Lab's "research" that led to this insane Covid hoax. Wait till that information filters down to the masses--that the people misleading the masses were also the people quite directly behind the repressive hoax measures that have devastated the country. Clear evidence for the public's attitude is the dismal response to the call to become guinea pigs in an experimental vaccine study.
A closer look at the polling makes it look even worse than just the "nearly half of US voters" that are cited:
Nearly 50% of U.S. voters believe that public health officials have been misleading when providing data on the coronavirus pandemic, a recent Just the News Daily poll shows. According to the poll, forty-eight percent of voters believe public health leaders have “misrepresented the data” to build support for certain policies while 34% of respondents say officials “reported the true facts” on the pandemic.
The remaining 18% were unsure one way or the other.
That's a lot of people who have made their minds up that they were being conned, and it's not nearly so many who--against all the evidence--still believe what they're being told. And not many undecideds.
I'll say it again: This was a major mistake by Trump--to allow the hoax to continue for so long without speaking to the country.
If the Dem Junta reopens the country, will the response be one of pathetic, unthinking gratitude--a desire on the part of the masses to kiss the hands of their masters for not slapping them more and harder?--or will it be one of cold anger at the suffering inflicted? I'm betting that the reaction will be closer to the latter alternative.
That reaction will be playing out while the Dem's pursue their mania to designate virtually 70% of the populace as "domestic terrorists." It's not a good look, and I'm guessing that it won't end well. The GOP may get a wholly undeserved reprieve.
With all the social media suspensions and patriots being labeled terrorists, have I slipped into a parallel universe. How long before this fever passes?ReplyDelete
Ha... The reprieve is bake into the cake for the GOP. The uniparty need to get folks believing in good cop / bad cop thing again.ReplyDelete
Dem tyrants... Repubs saviors just out of reach of stopping them... Oh my!!!
I've seen this same movie for decades now.
I have lived seven decades. I have never seen anything like what is happening now, TODAY, in America. Not the 1960's, not Watergate. No time for jokes. We are now in a civil war. I guarantee this will end badly.ReplyDelete
I made a prediction, I think over at Zerohedge a few days ago, but I don't remember.ReplyDelete
Right now, the RT-PCR tests for COVID are being run at ridiculous cycle levels- literally levels capable of detecting a single strands of the RNA target. Probably at least half the positive results are people who aren't infected at the time of the test, and maybe much higher. I have predicted that the day Biden takes office, the cycle runs will be lowered everywhere running the tests to a an actual level where only people infected and producing viral copies are positive. This will make it look Biden's mask mandates solved the problem, and the media will hail the amazing success.
Yes, Trump made an error in not firing Fauci and Birx in the Spring, or least sidelining both and putting actual scientific realists in charge of the operation.
The donkeys need to keep the 'pandemic' scare going as long as they can; particularly for 'Basement Man.' It is one of the few excuses he has to hide in the basement and dodge questions - not that the sycophants in the press would dare ask the chosen one an untoward question. When that excuse is no longer valid, the question as to what is going on with this guy will arise. Where is he? What is he doing? Oh, and that 3 o'clock phone call...ReplyDelete
Yancy, in hindsight he should have. Unfortunately he did not realize how corrupt, incompetent, and politicized the CDC and FDA were initially.ReplyDelete
>Trump made an error in not firing Fauci and Birx
It's not only Blue State Governors who have gone overboard. Ohio's RINO Mike DeWine has led this charade since its inception. He was hailed by NYT & BBC as getting out in front of it. He was the first to shut down the economy & schools to stop the crushing load that our hospitals would suffer. Guess what, it never materialized. We're still required to wear masks in public. Schools are still largely remote. Bars must close at 10. My business and my wife's business suffered severe body blows in 2020. And I've yet to hear of one public official who has taken a pay-cut.ReplyDelete
This will not stop until it is made to stop. Once vivid passes from the scene another emergency will emerge to justify full control of the people. It's too damn effective for them to give it up.ReplyDelete
Mark, bough the book you mentioned a few days ago. Should be able to get started on it this weekend. (Reiss/Bhakdi).ReplyDelete
You won't regret it. I skimmed much of it, but it's inexpensive. The first chapter or two are the meat of it.Delete
Well he was being viciously impeached at the time.ReplyDelete
A huge indicator, of the world-wide breakdown of scientific standards regarding covid, was the Lancet HCQ article affair.ReplyDelete
To this day, here's the sum total of what Wiki says about the most key facts, regarding likely the most putrid episode in Lancet's history (after paras on less major details, e.g. about the study's data on deaths):
"On 3 June 2020, the WHO announced, that clinical trials of Hydroxychloroquine or chloroquine will be continued.
The following day, three of the four authors retracted the paper, and The Lancet published a retraction of the study."
Nothing about *why an outright* retraction became necessary, and no indication of any consequences for any parties involved.
And, the editor at the time, Richard Horton, *still* has that job!
So, nowadays, as a practical matter, medical science is an accountability-free zone.