☕️ Coffee & Covid ☙ Thursday, February 24, 2022 ☙ JAB DEFLATION 🦠
I'm starting to think jab mandates might be ending; Trudeau drops his emergency; a Trump lawsuit collapses; SOTU news; mandates drop; are unjabbed soccer players better?, and LOTS more...
Only five more days! Five days until we find out if the pandemic is officially over or not. Today: my theory of how the end of jab mandates may be heaving fitfully into sight; Trudeau shocks the world by abruptly dropping his awful Emergencies Act; a Trump lawsuit craters; Dems suggest things for Biden to say at the SOTU; Maryland and Iceland drop mandates and you won’t believe what Iceland’s government advised; the Mail Online raises questions about soccer players and jabs; another link in the chain between Moderna and the Wuhan lab is discovered right in Covid’s RNA; and more bad side effects for kids.
🗞 *THE C&C ARMY POST* 🗞
🪖 I’ll be at CPAC this weekend in Orlando on behalf of America’s Frontline Doctors’ legal team. Dr. Gold was unfortunately unable to attend due to an unexpected conflict, asked if I would help out, and of course I agreed. If you’ll be there, I’ll be manning the AFLDS booth from time to time. Please stop by and say ‘hi!’
🗞*COVID NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
🚛 Yesterday, odious Canadian Prime Minister and blackface fan Justin Trudeau revoked his declaration of the Emergencies Act, stunning the entire world. Just two days ago the Canadian Parliament’s House of Commons approved the Act on party lines.
Trudeau said he made the shocking move because the crisis in Ottawa and at Canada’s border crossings has calmed down. “We are confident that existing laws and bylaws are now sufficient to keep people safe,” he explained. That’s going to be a great disappointment to the Ottawa police department, which had been gearing up for a gigantic January 6-style investigation that would last “for months.” Absent the powers granted under the Emergencies Act, the investigation will be a lot harder. All those bank accounts should be unfrozen now.
Commenters pointed out that the Canadian Senate was set to vote on the Act today, and if it had failed to approve, the Act would have ended. Others pointed out that Alberta’s lawsuit against the Act was set for hearing this week. The conservative opposition leader, Candice Bergen, also seemed not to believe Trudeau, issuing a statement suggesting he revoked the Act from political concerns.
I don’t know. But I did find it interesting that just before Trudeau backed down, some Canadian politicians were starting to ask very public questions about Klaus Schwab’s leaked comment that the WEF controlled people “embedded” in the Canadian government. But that’s a whole other story. Probably just a coincidence.
🔥 One of the various lawsuits against President Trump just cratered — the one in Manhattan alleging that the President lied on some real estate loan applications or something. The New York Times published an article about the prosecution’s problems yesterday, headlined “2 Prosecutors Leading N.Y. Trump Inquiry Resign, Clouding Case’s Future.”
The first sign of trouble was when the prosecution took a month-long break from presenting evidence to a grand jury. Now, two of the prosecutors have resigned, after the District Attorney publicly expressed doubts about the case. It’s not looking too good. So.
🔥 The stories previewing the SOTU are pushing up through the media dirt like overnight mushrooms. The Hill profiled an op-ed a couple days ago headlined “This Time, The State Of The Union Address Will Matter.” I suppose I partially agree with that. The article is a neat recap of narrative 2.0, describing Biden’s myriad political problems, and only invests one sentence into Covid, asserting as if it were perfectly obvious that “the combination of vaccines and therapeutics is gradually putting the pandemic in the rearview mirror.”
A similar op-ed by Jennifer Rubin featured in The Washington Post offers Biden five suggestions for what to tell America. The first suggestion — and I am not making this up — is that Biden should remind us that in January of last year “the country had just endured the worst violent insurrection since the Civil War.” Don’t break your eyeballs rolling them too hard.
Then, Ruben suggests Biden talk up the record levels of unaffordable spending in the last year, right before getting into the inflation problem. The order of those two things is appropriate given that the inflation is the predictable result of all that money they printed. Rubin even admits it: “We have inflation because we pumped lots of money into the system during the coronavirus pandemic.” No duh.
She also admits that Biden can’t really stop the inflation train at this point. It’s too late. So what should he do? Rubin says Biden should EMOTE: “He should empathize with voters but project confidence that things will improve in the months ahead.” Just be happy!
True, he could do that. Or he could direct the fed to raise interest rates a bunch and put the federal government on an austerity program. But of course that’s never going to happen, so it’s not really an option, is it?
Rubin’s third point is totally predictable, given what we know about the new narrative: “Biden should recognize that we have reached an inflection point on the pandemic. He can take the victory lap … Biden should urge [high-risk people] to get on board [jabs] because the rest of us will be returning to normal.” See? It’s simple.
Then she — hysterically — suggests that Biden should tell America our democracy is “frightfully fragile” after being assaulted and attacked by …. dictatorial Trump supporters. I am not making that up: “He then needs to be clear that the Trumpist movement is an authoritarian cult that has spread a web of dangerous lies.”
Jen, I’m so confused. It sounds like you think Trump supporters came up with all these mandates and wove the web of dangerous lies about jabs preventing infections and stuff like that. But whatever.
Her fifth and final suggestion is about future programs. Rubin generally suggests “a few items to pursue going forward” but only offers one specific suggestion, which made me laugh so hard I snorted coffee up my nose: “Add to that list crime-prevention measures.” Are you kidding, Jennifer? Crime prevention? Really?
Well, okay. I have some suggestions. How about re-funding police, restoring bail for criminals, making theft, squatting, and public drug use illegal again, and stopping rioters from running rampant over major cities? Those could be a start for preventing crime. I’m just spitballing here.
That’s it. I told you Biden doesn’t really have ANYTHING to talk about except ending the pandemic. All that other stuff is nonsense and everybody knows it.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds will give the Republican response. Reynolds lifted general mask mandates in February 2021 and signed a law in May blocking school mask mandates. In late October, she signed a law protecting employees from vaccine mandates similar to Florida’s law.
😷 Maryland just dropped its school mask mandate, for some reason. Guess what day Maryland kids get mask freedom? March 1, the day of the you-know-what. It’s another Covid coincidence.
🔥 Another Covid conspiracy theory just went mainstream. Last Friday, Iceland lifted “all remaining Covid-19 restrictions” effective immediately. So far, right in line with what we’ve been seeing. But try to guess what Iceland’s health ministry said in the announcement. It said, “widespread societal resistance to Covid-19 is the main route out of the pandemic. To achieve this, AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE NEED TO BE INFECTED WITH THE VIRUS AS THE VACCINES ARE NOT ENOUGH.”
So … Covid parties are good now? About ten minutes ago, saying that was “dangerous misinformation.” How times change!
💉 The UK Mail Online published a story yesterday with this sensational headline, “Romania’s Most Famous Football Team, Steaua Bucharest, Announce A Ban On Vaccinated Players, Because Their Madcap Owner Says That Athletes ‘Lose Strength’ - And Claims Those That Are Jabbed Die In Hospitals.” The team’s outspoken owner, Gigi Becali, said his players and those of rival clubs are struggling after taking the vaccine.
Becali — a Romanian businessman and politician — said he won’t allow vaccinated players to play anymore, because they are “powerless.” After being challenged by reporters, Becali offered details:
“Haven’t you seen it at CFR? With Rapid, the players seemed to be fainting. They slept on the ground. All vaccinated people lose their strength! I also see mine, the vaccinated ones. It doesn’t affect some, but it does affect those who are older. Haven’t you seen [Ciprian] Deac? There is no more storm.”
The Mail Online paints the story as a typical kooky anti-vaxxer gag, pointing out that the Romanian government instantly and vehemently denied that the vaccines make soccer players lose their strength on its Facebook page, arguing “there are no studies.” But there were two remarkable things about this otherwise silly story.
First, the Mail’s article lacked an otherwise ubiquitous feature in recent articles discussing potential jab problems — the obligatory statement late in the article that “experts” have found the injections to be “safe and effective.” It’s missing from this soccer article. Vanished. So that’s interesting.
But second, and way more important, this article describes REVERSE JAB DISCRIMINATION for the first time anywhere I’ve seen in corporate media. The explicit argument is that unjabbed players are preferable to jabbed ones. Even though it’s attributed to this character Gigli, it is still an argument for why unjabbed people are BETTER, not worse, not a plague on the human race.
And, unjabbed soccer players ARE better in some obvious ways, like they’ll probably die on the field less, slowing down the game. Haha, just kidding, Facebook! Don’t cancel me.
It’s going to be super difficult for pro-vaxxers to complain about discrimination against jabbed people after the hell they’ve put poor unjabbed workers through lately. I’m not saying it’s right. I’m just saying.
💉 The Daily Mail UK bolted another link onto the bioweapon chain yesterday in an article headlined, “More evidence Covid was tinkered with in a lab? Now scientists find virus contains tiny chunk of DNA that matches sequence patented by Moderna THREE YEARS before pandemic began.”
Yep. And guess where they found the short sequence that exactly matches part of a Moderna patent? In the “furin cleavage site” of the virus, which has been the main focus of investigators who think Covid was genetically engineered. They found that the furin cleavage site in the Covid genome shares a sequence of 19 specific letters with an artificial gene owned by Moderna.
The researchers who discovered the patented sequence say the chances that the match could have happened accidentally is one in three trillion. In other words, the odds are vanishingly small. In other words, it’s basically impossible.
Government experts rushed to say it’s not THAT unlikely it could have happened by accident. Professor Lawrence Young, a virologist at Warwick University, was quoted as saying, “It’s a quirky observation but I wouldn’t call it a smoking gun because it’s too small.” He was referring to the fact there were just 19 matching nucleotides out of several thousand, but what he missed is that they are in the exact same order as found in the Moderna patent, a highly unlikely scenario.
In my research to figure out which side is right, I read some compelling arguments that the sequence is really found in the human genome, so it’s not unique to Moderna’s patented sequence. Moderna patented something that already existed. The argument would be that it could have come from somewhere else. But that doesn’t close the argument, because why would THIS particular patented sequence from HUMAN genes be found in a “bat virus” from a bioengineering lab in China? Then add all Moderna’s connections to the lab to the equation and see what you get.
So this new evidence might not be definitive, but as I said, it is one more link chaining the NIH/NIAID (through Moderna) to this virus.
What I am wondering is, will Moderna sue China for patent infringement now? Haha. Just kidding. I think.
The Daily Mail said Moderna didn’t respond to a request for comment.
💉 USA Today reported Tuesday on ANOTHER side effect of the jabs in an article headlined, “A rare hyper-inflammatory syndrome has been reported in teens after COVID vaccination. Why experts aren’t worried.” The article describes a Lancet study of kids aged 12-20 who were jabbed between December 2020 and August 2021. They found 21 cases of multi-system inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) – a serious immune overreaction.
The article, and the study, take great pains to point out how “rare” the reported MIS-C cases are (1 out of a million). Maybe. I suppose. But isn’t the real problem what you get when you add up all the different “rare” reactions we are finding out about?
💉 I’m beginning to see the outlines of another movement, like the Narrative 2.0 movement, suggesting that the jabs’ days might be numbered, that their ticket might get punched soon and the great jab train might finally stop running, for good. It started with the FDA ’s decision to push off approval of jabs for young children about two weeks ago, despite widespread criticism. And then the CDC didn’t just override the FDA like the last time this happened. So that was new. Since then, ALL the jab news has been bad, however tentative and qualified. Previously forbidden topics are now being discussed, even if delicately quoted from the mouths of anti-vaxxers.
The point is, the discussions about jab problems are starting to appear in the corporate media, one way or another. And don’t forget that Pfizer and Moderna stock prices are down, a lot.
And on the other hand, where is all the good news about the injections? Where are the success stories? The stories about studies showing how “safe and effective” the shots are at stopping hospitalizations and deaths? These kinds of stories are getting harder and harder to find. There is a kind of negative momentum building throwing lots of shade on the injections.
And that disgusting parasite Fauci remains absent from all the usual places. Where has the obsequious little rat scampered off to?
Something is happening. It’s not completely clear yet, but it feels a lot like what happened late last year when we first began to smell whiffs that they were undermining mask mandates. So stay tuned.
Have a terrific Thursday! More updates tomorrow.
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