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I’m a lawyer, not a doctor, or a scientist, as the comment critics keep reminding me. For almost two years now I’ve been writing daily posts featuring the Coffee & Covid brand of sarcastic optimism. Never — not in my wildest imagination — did I conceive that I’d still be doing this in 2022.
It all started in 2020 when I recognized that the market for bad news was completely saturated and there was nowhere to find any reliable good or hopeful news about the pandemic. People were starving for something to cling to. Without any idea how big it would ultimately get, I started posting Covid stats and a short news roundup to my Facebook page, every day, and the rest is history.
If it wouldn’t breach their privacy, I’d share the dozens messages I’ve received from people who were suicidal, but someone sent them a link to C&C and it gave them hope to continue. I am not making that up. More than anything, those messages have kept me working when things were at their craziest and I just wanted a few days off. Even more have said that C&C helped turn a friend or relative around. Here’s just the most recent example:
Meanwhile — while spending 2-3 hours a day on C&C — I litigated the only case where an appellate court found that mandatory masking was presumptively unconstitutional. Then I sued the local municipality over its early vaccine mandate and won the first broad injunction against a mandate. I removed a woke school board member who was openly defying the residence requirement, and beat the county school board back after it defied the state’s school mask ban.
The C&C phenomenon is making a difference. I just spoke to an attorney who has been in the international news this month for winning a huge pro-freedom case that you would instantly recognize if I named the case. She told me that she’d been inspired by reading Coffee & Covid and found my mask case through it; she used some strategies from the mask case to help win hers.
I have also helped draft Florida’s legislation about masks and vaccines, and — through Coffee & Covid — organized a calling army that helped get the special legislative session called when everyone had said it was impossible. And we’re growing our team and working on a lot more good stuff that you’ll be hearing about soon. My law practice has been 50% reconfigured at this point, and looks nothing like what it did two years ago.
C&C was free for a year and a half, but I couldn’t have gotten here without the help of lots of generous readers who could afford to give financially. Every dollar you give C&C provides time, time I can focus on liberty issues without worrying about the billable hour. Time I can help people who can’t afford to pay for a strong litigating attorney. Time to improve the content and change more hearts and minds. There’s no way to estimate the ripple effect of converting just one more person over to sanity and reason through gentle, optimistic, humorous persuasion using facts. If you can’t put any time into the effort, maybe you can help — along with many others — by putting a couple bucks a day in. A cup of coffee’s worth.
Here’re several ways that you can help:
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1) Get Coffee & Covid emailed directly to your inbox by clicking the subscription link below — there’s a completely free version.
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2) Subscribe, if you can afford it. This is maybe the best possible way to help; having a steady subscription base lets me do more medium-term planning.
3) You can multiply your subscription help by giving a gift subscription to someone who could use some snarky optimism from C&C.
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The Corona Virus is a scam
You have been deceived by the media, government, pharmaceutical companies and doctors. It has been known for at least 150 years that germs do not cause disease. This was proven by a biologist by the name of Antoine Bechamp. He was a contemporary of Louis Pasteur. It was proven that germs are the result of a disease and are not the cause of it. Recent technology and understanding of vitamins has further confirmed this information. Disease is unnatural and doesn’t occur by itself in nature. Humans have strayed from nature by growing cereal crops to store for the winter period when foods are scarce. Unfortunately, there is a hidden cost in eating grain food. When plants make a seed they add toxic chemicals and sharp edges to discourage foraging animals from eating grass seeds and some tree seeds. When animals eat grain seeds the toxic chemicals and sharp edges irritate the gut causing inflammation of the gut lining. (leaky gut syndrome) This causes gaps in the gut lining to expand which allows gut bacteria and food material to enter the bloodstream. Also, grain is deficient in vitamins which humans need. Grain is a high octane fuel designed for birds. When humans eat grain it causes an acceleration of their metabolic rate and a small increase in body temperature. A doctor would call this a fever. But this fever is not caused by germs, but by fast digesting sugars from grain, alcohol, milk and refined sugar sources. This is the true cause of 99% of all human disease. Note - Junk food causes disease, not germs. That’s why coronavirus mostly occurs on cruise ships, nursing homes, theme parks and fast food outlets. There is only one human disease which is called vitamin deficiency disease. There are not thousands of different diseases. There is no such thing as viruses. I know, because I have worked in an electron microscope unit where I learnt how to use all the equipment. I also learnt about the electron microscope’s limitations as well. An electron microscope wouldn’t be able to find a ‘virus,’ if in fact; they did exist. You can’t photograph what you can’t find. All alleged photos of viruses are blurry images. Why? This is a deliberate deception because viruses don’t exist, so they have to make the photos unclear so that nobody can see that the photos are of cell debris and are not photos of viruses. The electron microscope can see individual atoms so there can be no excuse for not having clear and precise images of so-called ‘viruses’. The average age of people dying from so called ‘COVID 19’ is 79.5 years of age which is the exact same as the average life expectancy. Thus, there has been no decrease in life expectancy which means nothing has changed. Common diseases like heart attack and influenza are renamed COVID 19, so don’t be fooled by medical and government officials who hope to gain profit, power, money and population control from this huge global scam. Help to stop this medical system dictatorship. Sign petitions against forced vaccinations. References - Virus Mania by Torsten Engelbrecht and Stefan Lanka virologist - youtube
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