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☕️ C&C NEWS ☙ Thursday, October 13, 2022 ☙ ONE MONTH 🦠
The 'speed of science' hurtles off the tracks; the new narrative blows up on the launch pad; a courageous Canadian premier; Saudis expose Joe Biden's useless hackery; Moderna's newest drug; and more.
Good morning, C&C! It’s Thursday and I have a great roundup for you today: the “speed of science” story rapidly builds up steam and races down the track; a new narrative begins crashing and burning; a new Canadian premier calls out discrimination — against the unjabbed; the Saudis expose Joe Biden as a useless hack; Moderna announces a new mRNA drug to treat the old mRNA drug; and AOC hears some hard home truths.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
💉 Yesterday I reported about the Pfizer exec who admitted to the EU parliament that its so-called “vaccine” was never even intended to prevent infection. They didn’t even test for that. Why would they? The were running at the “speed of science,” whatever that is. Pfizer was heroically working around the clock to make a brand new kind of vaccine, a vaccine that kind of treats illness instead of stopping infection. If people wanted to wrongly assume that the drug stopped infections, well, that’s on them.
It’s rapidly becoming a bigger story than I thought it would. You might say it is developing at the speed of science.
It might even be a tipping point.
Whichever, the story has been BLOWING UP, and the narrative machine is running at the highest setting trying to control things. Their best pushback narrative they’ve been able to come up with is that “Pfizer never SAID it would stop infections.” Then they point out that there is some obscure medical/scientific language buried deep in the footnotes of Pfizers’ clinical trial documents — which weren’t available to us until after a two-year legal battle – making it perfectly clear to anyone with three decades of training in drug trials and time to read thousands of dense pages that Pfizer EVEN SAID the trials weren’t about infection control.
Echoing the new narrative, someone challenged me yesterday in the comments after I asked, “what about the 95% efficacy? 95% of WHAT?” I presume the commenter was well intentioned, but they (kindly) lectured me on the science of how these kinds of vaccines CAN’T POSSIBLY stop infections and the 95% figure clearly referred to the relative risk reduction or something.
Silly me. How could I have got the wrong idea? Maybe I should’ve studied the subject matter harder. Or, maybe I got the wrong idea from covid “experts” like that worthless waste of space, lying liar Eric Topol:
In case the print is too small, Eric claimed an “overwhelming 95% efficacy of these vaccines to PREVENT INFECTION.” Not an “overwhelming 95% efficacy to reduce relative risk.” So the real problem is not what Pfizer did, or even what it may have buried in the legal documents it submitted to the FDA and then fought to keep hidden for two years.
The real problem is how Pfizer lied about it.
Next, once we start producing the receipts, they’ll say we should never have listened to empty-headed dummies like Eric Topol. But nope. Oh, no. They’re not getting off that easy. First, we WEREN’T listening to Eric Topol. The media and government were. Second, where were all these “it was so obvious” armchair quarterbacks two years ago, when they might have actually been helpful?
Nowhere, that’s where.
But third, and most important, note the parenthetical after Eric’s explanation. He said he got the information “(from the FDA briefing documents)”. Eric didn’t make the 95% thing up. He was citing the GOVERNMENT. And where’d the greedy drones in the government get that idea?
They got that idea from Pfizer, the prince of lies. And of course Moderna, which can be the drag queen of lies if it wants to.
In fact, Pfizer has been carefully pushing the lie that the drugs prevented infection. Receipts:
Or, how about YESTERDAY?
“Prevent” covid-19. Not “mitigate” covid-19.
💉 This Pfizer story has — unexpectedly — cracked the narrative’s foundation, exposing the narrative engineers who are writhing around like maggots at the bottom of a neglected garbage can. The news has caused a lot of people — some in political offices — to start asking some hard questions and make some sharp points.
Like, why’d we push vaccine passports, if we always knew the drugs didn’t stop infections? Why’d we fire people that were not actually threats to co-workers, if we always knew the drugs didn’t stop infections? Why’d we do any of that stuff, if we always knew the drugs didn’t stop infections?
Romanian MEP Cristian Terhes explains it beautifully:
But most importantly: IF ONLY PFIZER KNEW, WHY DIDN’T PFIZER SAY SOMETHING WHEN PEOPLE MISTAKENLY STARTED HURTING FOLKS FOR NOT TAKING THE DRUGS?
That is an unanswerable question. Because none of those questions can be answered, it shows that the narrative engineers made a gigantic mistake claiming Pfizer always knew the drugs wouldn’t stop infections. The narrative engineers screwed up.
And then I saw the next story, and even more dots connected.
💉 Danielle Smith is the new Premier (governor) of Canada’s Alberta province. She made news yesterday at her inaugural press conference, where she — remarkably — identified unvaccinated people as “the most discriminated against group that I’ve ever witnessed in my lifetime.”
She warmed to her theme and continued:
Smith differentiated herself from other major Canadian politicians by vowing to stand up for the unvaccinated:
“That’s a pretty extreme level of discrimination that we’ve seen… I want people to know that I find that unacceptable. We’re not going to create a segregated society on the basis of a medical choice.”
This is groundbreaking stuff, especially for Canada. Premier Smith joined Florida in major states breaking out of the narrative. Last week Florida became the first U.S. state to officially recommend against the vaccine, citing risk of vaccine injury as the reason. Governor DeSantis has long criticized differential vaccine-status treatment.
Now, in Canada of all places, the first governor (Premier) has explicitly identified — as a moral issue — the awful way unvaccinated people have been treated, and she vowed to CHANGE THAT.
But more significantly, Premier Smith’s address illuminates the path to accountability. New politicians — those who weren’t around during the pandemic — are going to campaign AGAINST sitting politicians by pointing out the pandemic’s failures. It’s too good and too easy of a weapon, and it’s too good to ignore.
Black pilled people feel hopeless that nothing will change, because the politicians are all in on it. But not ALL the politicians are in on it. They’re forgetting about the up and coming groups of candidates who are blameless and can all run against the overreach. They’re forgetting about the minority of politicians who opposed vaccine passports and other covid restrictions and are slowly being vindicated. They’re forgetting that, to save themselves, guilty politicians will soon need to start throwing SOMEBODY under the bus to save themselves.
It WILL happen. It’s coming. It’s as inevitable as more myocarditis cases.
🔥 Remember several weeks ago when Joe Biden took his little oil tour in the Middle East? When he went to the Saudis, hat in hand, bumping fists, right after vowing during the campaign to make the Kingdom into a hissing and a byword for executing marxist ‘journalist’ Jamal Kashoggi?
Well. The Saudis just threw Joe Biden under the gas bus.
Last week, OPEC took a long-scheduled vote to reduce the supply of oil, which will increase the price of gas, which is exactly what Joe Biden DOESN’T want. So Biden and his State Department have been attacking and threatening the Saudis, since all the Biden Administration knows about diplomacy is how to punish countries that disagree. Biden said there would be “consequences” for lowering oil supplies:
In a long, diplomatic response, the Saudis first denied that the OPEC decision has anything to do with America’s mid-term elections, and then they opened the curtain on Biden’s recent trip a teeny-tiny bit:
… the Government of the Kingdom clarified through its continuous consultation with the US Administration that all economic analyses indicate that postponing the OPEC+ decision for a month, according to what has been suggested, would have had negative economic consequences.
“Postponing the … decision for A MONTH … has been suggested.”
What’s clear from that statement is that, when Biden visited the Saudis, he didn’t ask them not to reduce the supply. He asked them to only POSTPONE the decision to reduce supply — for ONE SINGLE MONTH. Until after the mid-terms.
In other words, Biden wasn’t trying to lower gas prices for CONSUMERS. He was trying to lower gas prices for DEMOCRATS. For just a month. Then, who cares what happens to gas prices! The sky’s the limit! Go bonkers!
Biden just needed to get past the mid-terms.
Nobody reading this blog will be surprised by this news. But the Saudis just exposed Biden to the entire world as a clumsy political hack. It was a dumb move because it telegraphed weakness, and it was dumb because it gave the Saudis a political weapon to use against Joe, which they just did.
One term to describe what Biden was trying to do is “quid pro quo.” Trading political benefits to get another country to do something for political reasons, rather than in America’s interest is a quid pro quo. That latin phrase probably sounds super familiar, because the democrats used it as the basis for impeaching President Trump.
You could also call what Biden was doing “election interference.” Which some DOJ officials have called “an insurrection.” Just saying.
💉 Good news! Moderna announced yesterday that it is working on a brand new gene-modifying mRNA drug. Guess what it’s for? It’s to treat CARDIAC INJURY.
Moderna’s french-accented CEO, who coincidentally helped build the Wuhan lab where covid started, says that the company’s new drug can be injected into a damaged heart, and will instruct cells to grow new blood vessels and stuff.
“It sounds like science fiction,” he bragged.
It sounds like making money off the side effects caused by your previous drug, you moron.
But the good news is, the drugmaker is already working on a fix for the side effects that will be caused by its new heart-fixing gene drug. Chronic explosive diarrhea.
I’d REALLY like to see them working on an mRNA drug to inject into politicians to make them honest and trustworthy. Sadly, I don’t think there’s any money in it.
🔥 Haha, you’re going to love this one. Multi-syllabic former bartendress Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, now an iconic leftwing Congressional Representative for New York, ran into some unexpected turbulence during a hometown town hall meeting this week with her leftist supporters. As you will see, her supporters aren’t too happy that AOC is supporting “the war.”
One always wonders where the “peace at all costs” contingent hides out whenever the Democrats are in charge. It looks like a few of them might be sprouting up. And I guess the virtue-signaling embargo on criticizing the war is over now. That didn’t take long.
Anyway, I’m not too sure about the whole socialism thing, but I am ALL FOR avoiding World War III. Who’s with me?
Have a terrific Thursday and I’ll see you back here tomorrow morning, for more delicious Coffee & Covid.
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