☕️ Coffee & Covid ☙ Sunday, October 24, 2021 ☙ Beagle-Gate 🦠

Fauci is caught doing more puppy torturing, putting him one notch above Cruella DeVille; Biden’s poll numbers fall off a cliff; Merrick Garland gets amnesia; fully-vaxxed General Colin Powell dies...

Blessings to you all on this fine Sunday! Down here in Florida, we are having a perfect beach weekend and I noticed from the Facebook comments yesterday that a lot of folks seem to be taking advantage of it, as they should. This season is the payoff for tolerating the summer.

Today’s special subscriber edition roundup includes: Fauci is caught doing more puppy torturing, putting him one notch above Cruella DeVille; Biden’s poll numbers fall off a cliff; Merrick Garland has amnesia; fully-injected General Colin Powell dies from Covid; Nurse Rached goes bonkers after finding out a teenager isn’t jabbed; an ICU doctor breaks ranks and reports crazy high levels of adverse events to the FDA, who ignored her;

I’ve had several questions asking about the “policy” about sharing the Sunday post with non-subscribers. The answer is: there is no policy. This is for you. Forward as you wish.


🪳 A group of bipartisan lawmakers — mostly republicans — sent Fauci a letter this week demanding answers about why he hates beagles so much. Apparently, even more demonic puppy experiments funded by Fauci are now being ventilated, including one indefensible study from Tunisia where they stuck the heads of little tied-down puppies into netted cages so sand flies could sting them to death. There are pictures from the research. You don’t want to see them.

“They also locked beagles alone in cages in the desert overnight for nine consecutive nights to use them as bait to attract infectious sand flies,” said the investigator for White Coat Waste, who broke the story.

Just remember. Fauci doesn’t see any of us any different than those puppies, except we’re more likely to interfere with his diabolical research.

An article about the story said “the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases did not immediately respond to a request for comment.” Well, I guess not. What could they say? It seemed like a good idea at the time? We had to find out how many sand fly bites it takes to kill defenseless animals? We’re incorrigible monsters who should spend the rest of our lives in solitary confinement?

Several of the lawmakers who signed the letter were Florida representatives, including: Scott Franklin (R-Fla.), Carlos Gimenez (R-Fla.), Brian Mast (R-Fla.), Scott Perry (R-Pa.), Bill Posey (R-Fla.), Maria E. Salazar (R-Fla.), and Daniel Webster (R-Fla.). You might shoot them a note of encouragement.

The gay lobby — admittedly a very powerful group — tried to take Fauci out in the 80’s and failed. But dog lovers, well, that’s a whole other story. Jabbing kids, meh. But, torturing beagles? Could Beagle-gate be the tipping point? Will Fauci defenders even defend THIS? Can they? I know cockroaches can survive a nuclear war, but can Fauci survive this?

🔥 CNBC released a damning economic survey showing the majority of Americans (54%) disapprove of Joe Biden’s economic performance. So, pay attention. Our game for today is: Five C&C points to anyone who can find a corporate media article discussing Biden’s pitiful polling.

A similar Gallup poll showed that Biden’s approval rating has fallen from the start of his term more than any other president since World War II, from 56% in January to only 44.7% now. It’s mostly Republicans though. Only 4% of Republicans polled said they approve of the job Biden’s done and 94% disapprove. What 4%?? Bizarrely, 92% of Democrats approve of the job Biden is doing and just 6% disapprove. Astounding.

Remember, Biden campaigned on uniting the country.

CNBC described Biden’s ratings as “deeply underwater.” Another majority (52%) disapproved of Biden’s overall handling of the country. But who cares? He’s not even going to finish one term. They sure aren’t worried about his second term, which gives them a lot of freedom. He’s disposable. But who’ll it be next? Kamala?

🔥 Critical Race Theory book peddler and U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland told Congress this week that he wasn’t sure whether ANY January 6 prisoner has been charged with insurrection. Who knows? When asked by Representative Louie Gohmert (R-Tx) if any of the folks who were arrested for participating in the protest had been charged with “insurrection,” Garland replied “I don’t believe so.”

Critics rushed to jump on Garland’s non-committal answer. But that seems a little unfair. Why would Garland be expected to know that information? He has REAL domestic terrorists to investigate. Soccer moms.

🩺 A teenaged boy in Indiana was refused treatment for multiple infections at the RediMed in Fort Wayne because he was not injected. In the video made by the teen’s mother, it’s not just the denial of treatment but the cray-cray Nurse Rached behavior that is most shocking. The teen had sinusitis, an ear infection and bronchitis — not Covid. When the mom started asking calm, rational questions, the nurse tried to grab her phone and then hysterically called for security.

Here’s the link, watch it yourself: [YouTube](

We need to create a parallel healthcare system, stat. There’s some good news on that front. Over the last month or so I’ve heard both about national and local groups of doctors who are eschewing corporate medicine and starting to create their own independent clinics. I can’t speak for you, but I wouldn’t go into a big hospital right now unless you put a rocket-launcher to my temple. Frankly, I think a veterinarian might be a better option at this point. At least they stock horse dewormer.

💉 Fully-injected former Secretary of State Colin Powell died from Covid last week. “General Powell, former U.S. Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, passed away this morning due to complications from Covid 19,” the Powell family wrote on Facebook, noting he was fully injected.

But don’t worry! CNN explained patiently that he had comorbidities. So. If there are comorbidities and you die from Covid, it doesn’t count. Well, except if folks are uninjected. Then it does count. You know. Science.

His wife, Alma Powell, who is likewise fully injected, also tested positive for symptomatic Covid this month. So safe and effective! Or something.

In an article about the Powells, CNN drily notes that “no vaccine is 100% effective.” Oh, okay. But that’s not what you said before! CNN also admits, way down in the story, that there are enough post-injection infection deaths to start analyzing them statistically: “in breakthrough cases resulting in death, 85% were among people age 65 and older and 57% were among men.”

So it’s not “100%” safe and effective, I guess. Wait. You mean there’s risk?

Here’s the new narrative. The shots aren’t 100% safe and effective, but your odds are still better than being uninjected and getting Covid. Fine. But how could they possibly know that, since we aren’t even a year into this little science experiment? We know what Covid-survival odds are. Many of us have already had it. But we don’t REALLY know what breakthrough survival odds are, do we? Like, can they get it again?

The experts are guessing — again. And we all know how poorly their guesses about Covid turned out last time. And the time before that. And … you know. Just saying.

✉️ A letter written by a California ICU doctor to the FDA in late September was made public this week. It begins with this paragraph:

“As a physician, I am compelled by conscience to write this letter.

I am fully vaccinated for Covid-19, but my experience this year treating patients in a busy ICU does not comport with claims made by federal health authorities regarding the safety of Covid-19 vaccines.”

She continues:

“I have been a doctor for more than twenty years and I have never witnessed so many vaccine-related injuries until this year.”

She lists some examples. The first one, a healthy younger person, was admitted after injection for leg paralysis. Then things got worse:

“MRI showed transverse myelitis. Weekly follow-up imaging showed that the process continued to worsen and ascend, despite maximal medical therapy. Eventually patient became quadriplegic, blind and had a tracheostomy placed. Patient developed autonomic dysfunction (irregular heart rate and hypotension) and became cognitively impaired.”

Not too good. Another post-injection patient, a healthy 70-year-old non-smoker with no medical history, developed “neumocystis Pneumonia, a rare opportunistic infection which typically only afflicts the severely immunosuppressed such as AIDS or transplant patients. Patient developed multi-organ system failure.”

Two women in their early 50’s were admitted to the hospital shortly after injection with “acute abdominal catastrophes.” That sounds pretty uncomfortable. The women had to have their abdomens left OPEN over the next several days for “frequent re‐exploration and repeat resections [of their infarcted bowels] totaling more than five exploratory laparotomies each.”

A healthy man in his early 60’s took the injections and started feeling dizzy. The doctor reported that “On the day of hospital admission, patient experienced sudden neurologic deterioration and required intubation for airway protection. Imaging studies of the head showed cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. CVST is a very rare type of stroke[.]” The doctor observed that the man had “zero risk factors” for this very rare type of stroke.

She’s also seen four pregnant women with rare obstetric conditions — twice the baseline annual rate over just the last two months. The doctor said there were “two with post‐partum hemorrhagic shock and two with septic shock secondary to chorioamnionitis following pre‐term labor. All were vaccinated.”

Half of her patients died. The other half are now struggling with long-term chronic conditions and “a diminished quality of life.”

She questioned the safety narrative, saying she “understand[s] that the foregoing report reflects the experience of a single physician. However, it appears statistically improbable that any one physician should witness this many Covid‐19 vaccine injuries if the federal health authority claims regarding Covid‐19 vaccine safety were accurate.”

She says other doctors report similar cases but are afraid to speak out:

“I have spoken with colleagues who have also had similar experiences in treating patients. While some seem willing to accept these vaccine injuries as unavoidable collateral damage in a mass vaccination program, many do express dismay. None of them would speak publicly about their experience, with the former not wanting to fuel vaccine hesitancy and the latter fearing potential backlash.”

She then turns to the issue of her nurses that don’t want the injections, and who are now facing potential termination:

“I cannot afford to lose these members of my team. Furthermore, in light of the foregoing, it is unethical to have a blanket Covid‐19 vaccine mandate without regards to each individual’s medical risk‐benefit profile. Therefore, I implore you to lift the federal Covid-19 vaccine mandate and encourage the state of California to do the same.”

She’s got my vote. A cover letter from two attorneys is attached, demanding an answer from the FDA and noting that “Your failure to respond is highly concerning.”

Both letters are addressed to two government officials. The first, Dr. Peter Marks (peter.marks@fda.hhs.gov), is head of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research at the FDA, which is the group in charge of ensuring product safety. Including vaccines.

The second addressee is Dr. Tom Shimabukuro (ayv6@cdc.gov), the deputy director of the Immunization Safety Office at the CDC.

I’m sure the two gentlemen would greatly appreciate hearing your thoughts about this matter.

💉 Last week, OSHA published a new Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) explaining that employers no longer need to report adverse reactions that their employees contract from the injections. The FAQ now explains that “DOL and OSHA, as well as other federal agencies, are working diligently to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations. OSHA does not wish to have any appearance of discouraging workers from receiving COVID-19 vaccination, and also does not wish to disincentivize employers’ vaccination efforts.”

What’s the best way to avoid “disincentivizing” injection efforts? By just not collecting data about adverse events! After all, what good is that information anyways, am I right? Apparently there are so many reports of adverse events that OSHA thinks it’s a good idea to stop requiring employers to send them in.

💉 A new preprint study of VA patients published on medRxiv suggests the injections are much less effective in preventing infection after only six months. The researchers noted that the decline was most significant in the Johnson & Johnson shot, with effectiveness plummeting from 88% to 3%. THREE PERCENT. That’s far below placebo levels.

An article about the study on the Medical News-Life Sciences website indifferently notes that “Future work is needed to see if the reduction in vaccine protection translates to reduced protection against hospitalization and death.”

So I guess they DON’T know for sure. Thanks for letting us know.

The conclusion? “[H]aving multiple forms of protection, including booster shots and following public health measures, may help with preventing and transmitting infection.”

MAY help. “May.” After all, who knows? So far nothing else has seemed to work. But boosters, those will probably do the trick. Right?

Have a blessed Sunday, and I’ll see you back here tomorrow morning to kick off the last week of October together.

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