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I can't wait till they switch stances on vaccines and living with endemic COVID. I want to watch the people who worship at the idols of COVID and fed.gov get their dogma blown to pieces. Some will cling to their masks, vaccines, and distancing, some will somehow attribute it to Biden. The excuses, backpedaling, justifying, and cognitive dissonance will be fucking epic.



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Covid is a weird, cruel and unpredictable disease.

Late last night I noticed flashing red and blue lights through my window. I looked out and saw an ambulance and a fire truck.

I saw my neighbor in the yard awhile ago and asked him if they were ok. He said yes, but the ambulance was for the neighbor across the street. Turns out they had been diagnosed with Covid already but had become worse and the husband could not breath, so they called 911. He got hauled off to the ER and has been admitted. I hope he recovers ok.

Ironically, my next door neighbor told me that at Christmas they all, the entire family, had come down with covid, except for his elderly Mother (Age in her mid 80's) never did get the Covid. They are all much better now.

Covid is a weird disease. You can generalize how it affects people but you really can't be accurate with it. It just affects people differently.
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I hope your neighbor recovers and is healthy soon. It’s not just Covid that affects people differently, Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD, CHF, Pneumonia, Influenza, Diabetes and the list go on for every malady known to man. Some people can have minor almost unremarkable experiences others can die, most of the above have a higher lethality than Covid. Sad how the world is imploding over this.
 
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These companies no longer have a reason to inflict these mandates on their workers given the current data confirming vaccines do not prevent the spread of Covid. They also have no legal justification anymore, so maybe someone should remind them that an employee who ends up having an adverse reaction to these 'experimental' drugs just might sue the hell out of them. My bet, that approach should turn all but the most spectacularly moronic away from this BS.
You would think that, bigdeal, but apparently you aren't familiar with our CEO's MASSIVE EGO.



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^^^^^ It's ego and mass psychosis.


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you aren't familiar with our CEO's MASSIVE EGO.


I think we'll see a lot of this -- Company CEOs went ahead and rolled over quickly to broadcast the Biden mandates down on their employeess ("We give, Big Government! Here's our bellies! We're at your whim!"), and won't dare come to their senses and let up once the mandates are overruled. "It's for our own good; we're all in this together," and statements similar will be tossed around like leaves in the wind.




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These companies no longer have a reason to inflict these mandates on their workers given the current data confirming vaccines do not prevent the spread of Covid. They also have no legal justification anymore, so maybe someone should remind them that an employee who ends up having an adverse reaction to these 'experimental' drugs just might sue the hell out of them. My bet, that approach should turn all but the most spectacularly moronic away from this BS.
You would think that, bigdeal, but apparently you aren't familiar with our CEO's MASSIVE EGO.
Yeah, I watched a couple interviews with your CEO and he is indeed a monumental ass. However, ego doesn't trump the law, and 'if' a couple of your healthy pilots that were forced to take the vaccine up and die I hope their spouses sue that company out of existence.
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"It's for our own good; we're all in this together," and statements similar will be tossed around like leaves in the wind.
Yeah, we'll see how that plays out with a jury at some point as a big company like United Airlines sits on one side and the spouse and children of a deceased United Airlines employee sit on the other. All I can say is I hope the inevitable settlements are enormous.


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Were it me being forced to take the shot by a employer after the Supreme Court ruling I'd have a attorney draw up a statement of liability to be signed by the company rep assuming any and all liability for any adverse reactions to said vaccine.

It's easy to make decisions for other people when you have no liability in the outcome.


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"It's for our own good; we're all in this together," and statements similar will be tossed around like leaves in the wind.
Yeah, we'll see how that plays out with a jury at some point as a big company like United Airlines sits on one side and the spouse and children of a deceased United Airlines employee sit on the other. All I can say is I hope the inevitable settlements are enormous.


And that's exactly the scenario I hope these CEOs imagine -- very vividly -- before continuing to push this madness on employees.




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Were it me being forced to take the shot by a employer after the Supreme Court ruling I'd have a attorney draw up a statement of liability to be signed by the company rep assuming any and all liability for any adverse reactions to said vaccine.

It's easy to make decisions for other people when you have no liability in the outcome.

The problem is, you'll never find a doctor who will admit the vaccine caused the problems. They always attribute them to some other cause.



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Were it me being forced to take the shot by a employer after the Supreme Court ruling I'd have a attorney draw up a statement of liability to be signed by the company rep assuming any and all liability for any adverse reactions to said vaccine.

It's easy to make decisions for other people when you have no liability in the outcome.

The problem is, you'll never find a doctor who will admit the vaccine caused the problems. They always attribute them to some other cause.

Like Covid? That would be due to the vaccine not working. Still vaccine related. I think the point is how many employers would hesitate when presented with a legal liability document. I'm guessing a lot of them.


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I don't know if anyone here saw it... but there was an unfortunate spat between Alex Berenson and Malone on Laura Ingrams show (Raymond Arroyo guest hosting}.

It kind of reminded me why Sigforum is so great. When we go off topic and start attacking one another Para is quick to shut it down and bring us back on topic.



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The problem is, you'll never find a doctor who will admit the vaccine caused the problems.

I suspect many of these doctors would: America's Frontline Doctors




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Lingering effects of Covid-19 infections?

Today I feel unaccountably a bit disoriented, my head feels a bit like it's stuffed with cotton, and my manual dexterity is off.

Both my wife and I have experienced this, on-and-off, since we became infected with the Wu Flu and after we were over with it.

Annoying.




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I don't know if anyone here saw it... but there was an unfortunate spat between Alex Berenson and Malone on Laura Ingrams show (Raymond Arroyo guest hosting}.
Yep, I saw that and still don't get it. There is no upside I could see in Berensen doing that. To Malone's credit, he pushed back, but rather politely.


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So what was the disagreement about?


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So what was the disagreement about?
Malone claims to be the creator of mRNA technology and that ivermectin is effective at treating Covid. Berensen challenged both those assertions and not too delicately or respectfully. I just don't see the upside of the challenge as it did nothing to advance the topic they were there to discuss.


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I just don't see the upside of the challenge as it did nothing to advance the topic they were there to discuss.

I agree. They were both invited to talk about censorship.
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Well, Berensen is a bit of a dork. I appreciate the work he's done in regards to covid, but he's still a giant lib.


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Question for all those that had Covid and lost your sense of taste and smell - how long until that returned?

I'm pretty certain I had a bout of omicron on New Year's Day, was fine after a few days but I lost my sense of taste and smell on Jan 4th, 4 days after I first had it and it's not come back yet.

I've had colds where this happened and it was a few days long but now at 10+ days I'm starting to get a little concerned. Frown


As with anything and everything COVID related, it seems to be so individualistic. My wife lost hers on 1/10/2022 after 4 days of symptoms. As of today she is barely getting a very faint smell or taste of things…..very faint though. So far I have not lost taste or smell yet. I got it from her and she had no fever yet I suffered I high fever for days and finally broke it today.




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Democrats OK with fines, prison, and mandates for vaccine deniers: Poll

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Nearly two years after former President Donald Trump tossed politics into the nation’s battle against the coronavirus, the partisan divide appears to have grown, with Republicans fighting mandates and Democrats calling for harsh punishments for those who refuse to get vaccinated.

In an expanded survey of the public’s view of mandates and punishments to get people vaccinated, Rasmussen Reports found that Democrats even support fines, home confinement, and prison for those who fight the government on masks and shots.

Over several questions in the survey for the Heartland Institute, the differences in how Republicans and Democrats view the crisis were stark.

Consider: Twenty-nine percent of Democrats would go so far as to support taking children away from parents who refused to be vaccinated.

The first question in the survey set the tone. It asked if likely voters approved of coronavirus czar Dr. Anthony Fauci. Just 21% of Republicans said they view him favorably, compared to 75% of Democrats.

Next came a question on President Joe Biden’s mandate that companies of 100 employees or more should demand workers to get vaccinated. Just 22% of Republicans agreed, while Democrats were all in at 78%.

Asked if voters favor a federal or state fine for those who refuse a vaccine, only 19% of Republicans said “favor” to 55% of Democrats.

Rasmussen next asked if people favor home confinement for those who are not vaccinated. On the GOP side, 79% were opposed, while 59% of Democrats favored it.

The survey also asked about those who challenge the government’s view of vaccines and if opponents should be jailed or fined for questioning it on social media. A remarkable 48% of Democrats supported those punishments.

And nearly half of Democrats favored fixing tracking devices on those who refused to vaccinate.

Rasmussen added that Biden supporters would go even further than Democrats.

“President Biden’s strongest supporters are most likely to endorse the harshest punishments against those who won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine. Among voters who have a Very Favorable impression of Biden, 51% are in favor of government putting the unvaccinated in “designated facilities,” and 54% favor imposing fines or prison sentences on vaccine critics,” said the pollster.


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