☕️ Coffee & Covid ☙ Wednesday, November 10, 2021 ☙ FOUND 🦠

Happy Wednesday, C&C! Today’s roundup includes: comments on the special session package; Newsom pops out of a trap like a demented jack-in-the-box; truck drivers get a break; now Psaki is missing; CDC drops the ball on its favorite chart; a new study suggests spike proteins might not be good for you after all; Aaron Rodgers was missed at the game this weekend, and State Farm stands up; Rabbinical court isn’t happy about the injections; not everyone at the NIH loves mandates; and … could In-N-Out be coming to Florida??


⚖️ The new proposed laws for Florida’s upcoming special session are out, and they look GREAT. They are exactly what we’ve been asking for: bans on mask and vaccine mandates. Tomorrow, I’ll open the legal present and break it all down for you.

Meantime, hilariously, the leftwing underminers are at it again, using their favorite propaganda technique: pretending to be querulous conservatives dissatisfied with WHATEVER republicans are doing now. “It’s disaster! The bill doesn’t include any protections for unborn gun-owners! Throw the bums out!” This technique has worked very effectively over the years. Once the faultfinding propagandists hit on an effective talking point, it makes the rounds and conservatives seem like nothing ever makes us happy.

But not this time! We won’t be distracted. A special session package is a band-aid. It’s not SUPPOSED to be the permanent solution. They have to put it together fast — which means lawmakers have to work on a bill that enough lawmakers will agree on to get it passed WITHOUT NEGOTIATING.

You 5DAY Army veterans know that what we’ve been demanding for months is an end to the mandates and saving people’s jobs. This bill WILL do that, and even more. So we aren’t going to get distracted by Johnny-come-latelies who want attention for pointing out everything that ISN’T in the special session bill. If you run across conservatives who are falling for this kind of codswallop, straighten them out.

Fixing EVERYTHING is what the REGULAR SESSION is for. And now we’re activated. Unlike last November when we were exhausted corks haplessly tossed in a stormy sea of mandates. WE WILL GET TO ALL THE SIDE-ISSUES SOON and leave no one behind. Anyone who is serious about getting new protections — and not just bellyaching — is working on the REGULAR SESSION packages.

But for now, for those of us who’ve been working NIGHT AND DAY to help keep good people from getting fired and getting the masks off kids who are suffering in them, we say THANK YOU to the Governor, House Speaker Sprowls, and Senate President Simpson for working together to get this done fast, and also for all the extra goodies in the stocking.

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🔥 Hahahaha! The U.S. Secretary of Labor announced this week that truck drivers will be exempt from Biden’s OSHA Injection Mandate. Because science! Shut up!

🔥 Like a lost gopher popping out of a hole, the oily hypocrite Governor of California has been located. He said he took a few days off — two weeks — because his kids wanted him to go trick-or-treating with them. So it could be that he’s a great parent. Or, yesterday, Byron York tweeted that Newsom went underground to attend the politically-awkward wedding of a billionaire oil magnate’s daughter. On the same weekend as the Climate Summit. You can see the problem. Byron is generally reliable, and there’s a picture making the rounds seeming to show Newsom at the wedding. So Newsom-watch end, for now. It was fun while it lasted.

🔥 But guess who’s missing now? Jen Psaki. The fully-injected White House spokeslady went home for Covid leave two weeks ago. Still not back. Where is she? On an extended Covid vacation?

🔥 The CDC hasn’t updated its “Rates of Covid-19 Cases by Vaccination Status” chart since September 4, 2021. The agency’s final chart shows uninjected infection rates on a downward trajectory and injected infection rates headed up. I wonder why the CDC hasn’t gotten around to updating their favorite graph? So. Weird. Probably just distracted. You know how it is.

🔬 A new study published last month in the MDP Viruses Journal is titled, “SARS–CoV–2 Spike Impairs DNA Damage Repair and Inhibits V(D)J Recombination In Vitro.” It’s a little troubling for the injections, which make spike proteins. Remember that the “golden rule” of the mRNA injections was that the spike proteins wouldn’t get into cell nucleuses. Because that would be bad.

Well, guess what these researchers found? Tons of spike proteins INSIDE THE CELL NUCLEUS. Uh oh. Now, this was only in vitro (in test tubes) and not in vivo (in humans). But it raises some awkward questions.

Section 3.2 of the article is captioned “Spike Protein Inhibits DNA Damage Repair.” That’s not good. The section concludes, “Our findings provide evidence of the spike protein hijacking the DNA damage repair machinery and adaptive immune machinery in vitro.”

Now, try to follow me here. DNA repair is very important to stop mutations, like cancer. Anything that inhibits the repair mechanism is going to be a problem. The researchers noted, “If DNA damage cannot be properly repaired, it will contribute to the amplification of viral infection-induced pathology.”

This is so bizarre. The experts ASSURED me that spike proteins are good for you. What could have gone wrong?

🏈 Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is out on Covid leave and embroiled in a “scandal” over being defiantly uninjected. He has to wear a yellow armband to practice so that people know how scary he is. Anyway, he didn’t play this weekend against the Kansas City Chiefs. And it wasn’t pretty. The Packers lost 13-7 amidst a lame performance by backup quarterback Jordan Love. They might want to hang on to Rodgers, injected or not. Just saying.

🔥 Meanwhile, State Farm — one of Rodgers’ sponsors — says it will continue its relationship with the uninjected quarterback. “We encourage vaccinations, but respect everyone’s right to make a choice based on their personal circumstances,” a State Farm spokesperson told USA Today. All my insurance is already with State Farm, but I think I might buy some more.

Rodgers’ sponsor Prevea Health dropped him for his stance on the jabs. Never heard of them.

🔥 In a development unreported in corporate media, A Rabbinical court in New York City ruled that “it is absolutely forbidden to administer or even to promote this (COVID-19) injection to children, adolescents, young men or women.” Here’s what they said:

> “It is absolutely forbidden to administer or even to promote this injection to children, adolescents, young men or women; even if it means that they will not be permitted by the government to attend yeshiva or seminary or to study abroad, etc. It is an explicit obligation to protest against this mandate, and anyone who can prevent the injection from being forced upon our youth must do so, forthrightly and emphatically.”

The decision may be religious in outcome, but the court heard evidence and took testimony about the injections. The decision was based on the judges’ evaluation of the safety and efficacy of the jabs.

While it doesn’t have the force of law, the decision guides the conduct of thousands of Hacidic and traditional jews in the U.S. Rabbinical courts are part of the Israeli legal system that adjudicates Jewish law. A first domino?

💉 Oh dear. It looks like injection misinformation has now penetrated even the National Institutes of Health itself. According to a story in the Wall Street Journal, “there’s a lot of debate within the NIH about whether [a vaccine mandate] is appropriate.” David Wendler, a senior NIH bioethicist, is planning a public debate on December 1 over the ethics of mandates.

The seminar is one of four agencywide ethics debates this year, accessible to all of the NIH’s nearly 20,000 staff, as well as patients and the public. In the NIH-scheduled roundtable next month, Matthew Memoli, who runs a clinical studies unit within Fauci’s NIAID, is making the case against mandates. Dr. Memoli objects to mandatory Covid-19 injection with currently available shots, and he doesn’t want the jab.

He’s probably been watching too many anti-vaxxer Youtube videos or something.

The WSJ reported that Dr. Memoli said he supports Covid-19 vaccination in high-risk populations including the elderly and obese. But he argues that with existing vaccines, blanket vaccination of people at low risk of severe illness could interfere with development of more-robust immunity gained across a population from infection.

Dr. Memoli says he is willing to risk his job and his license for the right not to receive a Covid-19 shot. He said he’s not an anti-vaxxer. His children have all their childhood vaccinations. “I do vaccine trials. I, in fact, help create vaccines,” he said. “Part of my career is to share my expert opinions, right or wrong.…I mean, if they all end up saying I’m wrong, that’s fine. I want to have the discussion.”

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🔥 Rebellious Alachua County’s school board is having an emergency school board meeting today at 3pm. For some reason. I know what you’re thinking, but it doesn’t have anything to do with Monday’s announcement of parents’ right to sue defiant school boards or anything. That is a total coincidence, so don’t even start with me.

🔥 There’s a rumor, which I’ve heard from some official sources, that Florida is going to opt-out of OSHA because of the odious Biden OSHA Mandate. Less regulations on business! Twenty-two (22) states already don’t participate in the federal worker “safety” program. It’s optional. As a free-market guy, I’m all for reducing regulatory burden. I say, let’s do it. Why not? All we have to lose is an oppressive federal system that misuses its powers to force us to take unwanted and unnecessary drugs.

🦸‍♂️ Monday’s schedule for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis included a call with the president of In-N-Out Burger, my new favorite fast-food franchise, even though I’ve never had one. Is In-N-Out coming to Florida?? A May article said that In-N-Out would NEVER come to the East Coast because of its commitment to freshness and reliance on being near one of its distribution centers. So. Never say never. Go Governor!

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