Politics of Covid-19

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Memo to California COVID Cops: When Crushing the Dreams of a Brewery Owner, Don't Do a 'Happy Dance'




Avery told KFI Radio’s John and Ken Show that she swaggered in 30 minutes after opening with people in line and proceeded to harass his employee, who was working alone that day.

In she walks and shows the badge and says “I’m with the health department and I’m shutting you down.” And he questions it and she says “no, you have to have a food truck” and he says we’re just selling beer-to-go. And she says, “no, you need to have a food truck for beer-to-go, too.”
It just goes to show you how out of touch this poor woman was … she did not know what she was doing.
Avery said she was told to call her boss and came away from the conversation agreeing that his employee and his co-owner son were right.

The Federalist first reported that the misinformed COVID cop visited another booze business that day.

Bravery wasn’t Chhabra’s first stop that day, either. Before them, Chhabra dropped in on Thief & Barrel, a small tasting room that offers local wineries the chance to serve tastings of their wines to the public. They had just opened and no customers had come in yet, managing partner Barbara Moran told The Federalist.
“She kept trying to quote information from the protocols, of which we kept explaining that we were not required to serve food,” Moran recalls.
The protocols had changed, though, when wineries and tasting rooms received an explicit waiver from the county. “She was not rude, but was most definitely misinformed,” Moran says. “She kept reminding us that she’s only the messenger.”


Little Eichmann's the lot of them
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Biden COVID Adviser Can’t Explain Why CA And FL Have Similar Numbers Despite Different Approaches


“I want to start with what we just saw, contrast states like Florida and California,” MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle said. “California, basically in lockdown and their numbers aren’t that different from Florida?”


“Look, there’s so much of this virus that we think we understand that we think we can predict, that’s just beyond, a little bit beyond our explanation, but we do know is that the more careful people are, the more they mask and social distance, and the quicker we vaccinate, the quicker it goes away and the less it spreads,” Slavitt responded. “But we have got to get better visibility into variants. We don’t know what role they play, large events, etc. But the you know, this is a as we all have learned by this time, this is a virus that continues to surprise us. It’s very hard to predict. And you know, all around the country, we’ve got to continue to do a better job. And I think, I think we are but we’re not done yet.”
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
These Shocking Graphs Show Florida’s Far Better COVID Outcomes With Far Milder Lockdown Than New York, California

Florida’s COVID Numbers Show Lockdowns Only Hurt
Not only is Florida’s economy enduring the effects of COVID-19 much better than locked-down states, its death rates are below the national average. At the beginning of February, the Heritage Foundation reported that Florida’s death rate was 123.3 per 100,000 residents — a tragic number, but below the national average of 132 people per 100,000.

Florida’s experience is consistent with epidemiological experience and research, as the infectious disease experts who authored the Great Barrington Declaration pointed out last October: “Basic epidemiological theory indicates that lockdowns do not reduce the total number of cases in the long run and have never in history led to the eradication of a disease. At best, lockdowns delay the increase of cases for a finite period and at great cost. ”

This is also consistent with recent, peer-reviewed research done on COVID spread in different countries that finds lockdowns and their severity have no ultimate effect. Numerous other recent studies make this conclusion.

Florida was also below the national average rise in total deaths per capita, which would include deaths caused by lockdowns in other states. As early as July, CDC Director Robert Redfield said of young people: “We’re seeing, sadly, far greater suicides now than we are deaths from COVID.”

Nationally, there was a 16.9 percent increase in total deaths, regardless of cause. Florida’s increase was lower at 14.8 percent. Meanwhile, New York saw a 30.1 percent spike and California’s deaths increased by 18.6 percent.







 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Fauci On If U.S. Will Return To Normal By Next Year: ‘It Really Depends On’ How You Define Normal



“You and the president have suggested that we’ll approach normality toward the end of the year. What does normal mean?” CNN’s Dana Bash asked. “Do you think Americans will still be wearing masks, for example, in 2022?”

“You know, I think it is possible that that’s the case,” Fauci said. “And again, it really depends on what you mean, by normality … because if normality means exactly the way things were before we had this happen to us, I mean, I can’t predict that.”

“But I mean, obviously, I think we’re going to have a significant degree of normality, beyond what the terrible burden that all of us have been through over the last year, that as we get into the fall and the winter, by the end of the year, I agree with the president completely, that we will be approaching a degree of normality, it may or may not be precisely the way it was in November of 2019,” he added. “But it’ll be much, much better than what we’re doing right now.”

When asked why he thought that Americans might need to wear masks next year, Fauci said that it depended on the level of the virus in the community.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Peel, Ontario parents told to 'isolate' from their children for 14 days if COVID cases pop up at school


Peel Health recently published guidelines telling parents to isolate from their own children for 14 days if one of their classmates tests positive for COVID. Experts are calling the measure "cruel."

Furthermore, experts claim that there is no science whatsoever to back up such severe measures, which apply to children even of day-care age.

According to the Toronto Sun, Dr. Susan Richardson, an infectious disease specialist and professor emerita at the University of Toronto, said:

"This is cruel punishment for a child, especially for younger children, 4-10 years old. Shutting a child off from their parents and siblings for up to 14 days in this manner could produce significant and long-lasting emotional and psychological effects."

"This does not seem practically possible and is highly likely to cause harm to children who would already be experiencing considerable distress with having to remain at home," also commented Dr. Tess Clifford, who directs the Psychology Clinic at the prestigious Queen's University.

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what kind of MORON would follow these guide lines ..... stick your child in solitary confinement for 14 days

I Think Sapidus is that kind of moron
 

Sneakers

Just sneakin' around....
How are you supposed to confine them? Send them to their room? The whole house is nothing but shared air, it will do nothing. Send them outside to live with the dog in the doghouse?
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
How are you supposed to confine them? Send them to their room? The whole house is nothing but shared air, it will do nothing. Send them outside to live with the dog in the doghouse?

:smack:


You are trying to apply common sense to Covid Bureaucrats ......
 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
“I’ve been cautioned not to give an answer to that,” Biden says, again saying the quiet part out loud. Cautioned by who? Who’s telling him what to do? And shouldn’t he know that yes, obviously, one can’t give a definitive. But then his answer seems to have no connection to present reality, with him saying, “My hope is that by this time next year we’ll be back to normal or before that — my hope. But it depends upon if people continue to be smart”

So despite all that we’re seeing around us, despite his “just 100 days to mask, not forever,” he’s saying even with vaccines, even with everyone likely to have availability to them by April/June that he’s not thinking we’ll get back to normal until this time next year? Yikes! How not to be encouraging and to suggest we’re going to continue to be under government restrictions for that long. They really don’t want to give up that control. That, of course, would likely kill the rest of the economy if we did that. By the way, he continues to look absolutely awful.

But it sounds like places aren’t waiting around for Biden to declare “normality,” they’re going to go out and seize it, whatever Biden says.



Biden Says When He Thinks Things Will Get Back to Normal, It's Not Good
 
I do not think states are opening up because things are going back to normal. They are doing so because we now know this is our new normal. This virus isn’t going anywhere. This virus isn’t mutating out but rather mutating to continue to survive and spread. It kills, but not enough to threaten a wipeout of mankind.
 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
I never saw a Vice President hover over a President like this one does.
Usually they keep them separate so an assassin cannot get them both at the same time.


By the way Faucci can kiss my ass I aint wearing no snotty face diaper for another year.
 

Kyle

Having a Beer while the world burns!
PREMO Member
I never saw a Vice President hover over a President like this one does.
Usually they keep them separate so an assassin cannot get them both at the same time.


By the way Faucci can kiss my ass I aint wearing no snotty face diaper for another year.
They have a second Gen type mask coming out now to take it's place.

 

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Mississippi Gov Fires Back After Biden Mocks Lifting Lockdowns As ‘Neanderthal Thinking’

Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Tate Reeves of Mississippi announced on Tuesday that they were lifting emergency lockdown policies on their states and allowing businesses to reopen at full capacity. Following Biden’s Wednesday comments, Reeves hit back at the president suggesting that he had denigrated Mississippians.

“President Biden said allowing Mississippians to decide how to protect themselves is ‘Neanderthal thinking,’” Reeves tweeted. “Mississippians don’t need handlers. As numbers drop, they can assess their choices and listen to experts. I guess I just think we should trust Americans, not insult them.”


 
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