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    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    In mid-March we were led to believe that the death rate from COVID-19 would reach 2.2 million. See: COVID-19 predicted to infect 81% of U.S. population, cause 2.2 million deaths in U.S. The fear and hysteria caused by this projection led to an illogical and irrational lockdown of the United States economy, which in itself created countless and untold deaths and destruction in addition to the virus itself. And now we find out The CDC's New 'Best Estimate' Implies a COVID-19 Infection Fatality Rate Below 0.3% "That rate is much lower than the numbers used in the horrifying projections that shaped the government response to the epidemic."
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    05-21-2020, 07:00 PM
    SEE: ‘The Data Is In — Stop The Panic And End The Total Isolation’: Fmr. Stanford Chief Of Neuroradiology Discusses Viral Column Fact 1: The overwhelming majority of people do not have any significant risk of dying from COVID-19. Fact 2: Protecting older, at-risk people eliminates hospital overcrowding. Fact 3: Vital population immunity is prevented by total isolation policies, prolonging the problem.
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    05-21-2020, 03:59 PM
    An example Our Fifth Column’s propaganda: Here are some highlights to know Thursday: ”If social distancing in the U.S. had started two weeks before the time most people began staying at home, it could have prevented a stunning 54,000 deaths and 960,000 cases, researchers have found.”
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    05-21-2020, 02:17 PM
    See: CDC chief issues stark warning on possible second wave and more lockdowns as global cases top 5 million 5/21/20 ”As the world reached 5 million confirmed coronavirus cases Thursday, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said he can’t guarantee whether a second round of lockdowns is coming as a possible second wave of the virus looms.” So, instead of offering a common sense and logical approach to a possible second wave ___ protecting those most susceptible to the deadly effects of the virus, namely the elderly, and more specifically those with underlying medical conditions, which account for the vast majority of deaths due to the virus, and allowing the rest of our population to go about its business ___ the evil doers at the CDC promote a remedy which knowingly will cause more harm to the American people and its vital economic base. Is it not obvious by now we have a Fifth Column movement in the United States whose mission is to weaken and destroy America’s economic base, and make its population totally dependent upon government for its economic needs?
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    05-11-2020, 09:47 AM
    The experts have told us many things, and even encouraged irrational actions which add to our nation’s confusion and dilemma. And some of the things, which are announced by the experts, are selected by our Fifth Column media and their Yellow Journalists, and regurgitated to the public in nefarious ways generating hysteria in the public’s mind, rather than providing facts which can be used by the general public to arrive at a common sense strategy which is most conducive to promoting the public’s general welfare. As early as March, 6th, 2020, we were told, (CNN) "Amid a coronavirus outbreak in the United States, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is encouraging older people and people with severe chronic medical conditions to “stay at home as much as possible.” “This advice is on a CDC website that was posted Thursday, according to a CDC spokeswoman”. "Early data suggests older people are twice as likely to have serious illness from the novel coronavirus, according to the CDC. LINK
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    05-09-2020, 11:45 AM
    If those most vulnerable to the deadly effects of the Coronavirus self-regulated and stayed at home until herd immunity took place, and an effective treatment(s) was developed, would this not be a common sense approach as opposed to the suicidal one now in effect? JWK Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. ___ Benjamin Franklin, 1755
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    05-03-2020, 02:44 PM
    It is absolutely stunning that our governments’ answer to our nation’s Restaurant industry, as applied to the Coronavirus, is to deal it a deadly blown under the rubric “social distancing”. The fact is, common sense dictates otherwise. As we know, there are identifiable groups which are most susceptible to the virus: Updated 4/9/2020: A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report on U.S. hospitalizations for COVID-19 1published on April 8 finds that 89.3% of 1,482 hospitalized patients had one or more underlying conditions. The most common were hypertension (49.7%), followed by obesity, chronic metabolic disease (such as diabetes ), chronic lung disease (including asthma) and cardiovascular disease. Patients 50 and older comprised 74.% of cases, and 54.4% were men. The report also confirms that African-Americans are much more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19: 33% were Black, even though the percentage of Blacks in the geographical areas was only 18%. (Although cancer was not covered in this report, other research has found that people with cancer are at greater risk for catching the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. So are people with HIV . For continuing coverage of coronavirus and cancer, click here ; for coronavirus and HIV, click here .) So, the question is, how to deal with the virus as applied to our nation’s restaurant industry, with the least economic damage to the industry?
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    Hi I'm Chowder

    I saw your debate with Wild English nut-job Rose with the Fair Tax. Man you tore him apart!

    Anyway I want to say thanks for the info you posted on the Hannity Forums. I used to be a neo-con but I saw the light around December of last year.

    I also used to support the fair tax and really thought for a while it seemed like a good idea. But your statements have changed my mind.

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    P.S Where is your sources for the info, I would like to read them more closely or did you rely mostly on the Constitution: the one document our Politicians ignore except for Ron Paul.
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