☕️ MISPLACED ☙ Saturday, January 21, 2023 ☙ C&C NEWS 🦠
Dramatic new vaccine-regret trend; monkeypox update; state board attacks Dr. Cole; NPR shows vaxx escape; rare isn't as rare as it sounds; Ukraine 'winning' worse than ever; and lots more.
Today we learn ‘her’ private parts are always in the last place you look. It’s Saturday! Welcome to the Weekend Edition. Your roundup includes: a dramatic new trend of vaccine regret; a Monkeypox update; asymptomatic, negative-testing covid is killing Australians in droves; a Washington state medical board hit on covid doc Ryan Cole; NPR unintentionally gives evidence for vaccine-induced viral escape; what ‘rare’ really means, in the context of side-effects; Ukraine is winning so good we’re scrambling to send them more and deadlier weapons, including Senator Lindsey Graham; Pentagon loses a wallet with $220 million dollars in it; Scottish Sun headline editors wrestle with their greatest headline-drafting challenge yet; and your dose of comedy to get you through the weekend.
🗞*WORLD NEWS AND COMMENTARY* 🗞
🔥 We’ve spotted a welcome new trend for people to feel safe expressing their jab regrets. I’ll give you three examples.
The first is Israeli professor Schmuel Shapira, MD, MPH, whose bio includes this self-description: “Physician, scientist, Head of Israel Institute for Biological Research for 8 years, Colonel (Ret) Terrorism, Risk and Crisis Management.” He has about 30,000 twitter followers.
Yesterday Dr. Shapira tweeted his regrets about taking the shots:
When asked, Dr. Shapira explained he was a victim of the government’s military-grade psyops campaign:
Next, late last month, conservative pundit Ben Shapiro (5.4 million followers) finally gave in and admitted taking the jabs was a mistake:
The interview with Robert Malone was a bonus.
Finally, yesterday Elon Musk (126.7 million followers) jumped into the warm sauna of jab-regret:
On the other hand, I have yet to see one single believable claim by an unjabbed person that they wished they gotten the shot.
Told you things were shifting.
💉 An alert commenter asked me for a Monkeypox update, since corporate media has completely lost interest in the simian affliction. And here at the C&C Army, member services is our top priority.
The data suggests the Great Monkeypox Pandemic of 2022 is over. Already. At least in the United States. Unlike covid.
But wait! There’s even better news! After a short and terrifying scare, the festivals are back in business. For instance, last weekend Washington D.C. — the nation’s cesspit of a capitol — marked its gala, 56th annual Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend held January 13th-16th at the D.C. Hyatt Hotel.
Here is one of the tamer event pictures that I found, but which gives you enough of an idea. It’s not a gag. Note: I will do a lot for you people, but I’m not sure I’m willing to research any more festival photos. Please don’t ask. Some things you can’t unsee.
Anyway, here it is:
And remember, there’s a whole new overfunded government Monkeypox bureaucracy that is never ever going away, and you can rest assured that it is diligently peddling the Monkeypox jabs to all the pups. Perhaps not surprisingly, the CDC’s ads don’t quite seem to be designed for everyone. Let’s just say they’re being deployed in a “targeted” way featuring “relatable” CDC officials:
The end of Monkeypox is a triumph of pharmaceutical science! Or it’s beginning was. Or something. The good news with Monkeypox’s prompt demise is that I won’t have to hear about any more festivals. I’d rather pretend they don’t exist.
💉 Check out yesterday’s timely Daily Mail headline about our Australian friends: “Australians Dying From Fatal Heart Attacks SPIKED by 17 Per Cent Last Year - as Experts Offer Reasons for the Frightening Rise.”
Now this is more like it. Corporate media reporters must have been straining at their puppy leashes to report the terrifying spike in sudden deaths that has been baffling leather-clad government experts. Finally — finally! — they’re allowed to talk about it.
But … I’ll give you one guess what they are blaming for the unprecedented explosion of hearts attacking people, and it’s not the jabs.
In fact, the article’s very first sentence makes it perfectly clear to the meanest intelligence exactly who to blame: nobody.
More Australians than ever are dying from fatal heart attacks due to the lingering effects of the Covid pandemic and the impact of the virus on the heart.
The reporter cited a STUDY which helpfully reinforced the fact that you can’t blame anyone:
The study, published in the Medical Journal of Australia, found that hospitalisations of people with myocarditis and pericarditis, pulmonary embolism, heart attacks, and stroke were significantly more frequent after Covid. ‘The estimated risk of myocarditis or pericarditis after SARS‐CoV‐2 infection is 18–21 times as high as for uninfected people,’ the study stated.
The researchers didn’t leave anything to chance. They say they checked the jabs, and guess what? Among all their other mysterious, untested advantages, the jabs are good for stopping strokes! Especially the kind caused by blood clots:
The study also found that vaccination can reduce the risk of non‐respiratory complications of Covid, including ischaemic stroke.
It’s nice about the clot strokes, if you believe that, but what about the heart attacks? Was there any link between jab status — which they obviously checked — and heart attacks? The Mail didn’t say.
All Ozzies are recommended to get a full heart evaluation. ALL of them. So get Kraken.
🔥 Medpage Today ran a story Thursday headlined, “Medical Board Takes Action Against Misinformation Doc.” The subheadline explained, “Pathologist Ryan Cole, MD, is facing discipline for negligence, spreading false statements.”
Idaho doc Ryan Cole is a hero. He is one of the original and most active warriors against the military-pharmaceutical complex’s jab operation. Cole is courageous, charismatic, and well-spoken, effective not just in getting hard information out during the entirety of covid censorship, but in successfully treating hundreds or thousands of covid patients.
Now a bunch of drooling morons on the Washington state Medical Commission who wouldn’t know how to treat a covid patient without using a CDC checklist has sent Dr. Cole a nasty letter giving him one chance to explain himself before taking “disciplinary action” related to his Washington state medical license.
The gist of their two main complaints is that Dr. Cole was negligent, because he (successfully) prescribed ivermectin to his patients instead of Remdesivir and the ventilator, and second that he “injure[d] the public health” by telling people about alternative treatments and running down the vaccines.
They especially seem chuffed that Dr. Cole called the jabs “clot shots.”
Dr. Cole and I have spoken together at numerous events over the last two years and I have found him to be serious, thoughtful, precise, and extremely careful in his opinions.
So. Two can play at this game.
I am hereby giving the Washington Medical Commission one chance to explain itself for negligently spreading false information about the safety and efficacy of the mRNA injections. The doctors on the commission are dangerous idiots. They are $2,500-a-night WEF “consultants” for big pharma. They probably wasted the whole weekend at the puppy convention in D.C. They are drunken chimpanzees playing with needles.
I would go so far as to say, using my best professional judgment, that the Commission’s ‘doctors’ are even more dangerous than a two-year-old with a permanent marker.
Here’s the Commission’s contact info for complaints: Telephone 360-236-2706 or email email@example.com. And here is the Medical Commission’s odious chairman, Jimmy Chung, MD, if that’s his real name.
Chung’s twitter handle is @JimmyChungMD, and Google says his office number is (360) 565-0550. So-called doctor Chung only scored a 1.5 out of 5 on his reviews:
If anything, the reviews appear to be over-stated, since there was no option for ‘zero,’ according to one reviewer:
On the other hand, Dr. Cole has a 4.9 rating with 139 reviews:
I’d be grateful if you could take sixty seconds today and let someone at the Washington Medical Commission know who you think is actually the disinformer here.
🔥 Thursday, NPR ran an informative story headlined, “Is it time for a reality check on rapid COVID tests?” Well, yes, but that’s not the article’s point. They buried the lede.
Ostensibly, the article explains how rapid tests work about as well as low-energy dishwashers, often giving false negatives so you wind up infecting your entire dinner party, but you should still buy them anyways. Because science.
That’s great and all, but here’s the one line from the article that caught my eye:
[A]s the virus evolves, scientists are mainly seeing changes in its spike protein, which is what the virus uses to attack and enter healthy cells.
In what must be a baffling, bizarre coincidence, the same part of the virus that is mainly evolving is not its nucleocapsid body but the exact same part of the virus that the mRNA jabs force people’s cells to make. It’s almost like — don’t cancel me — the virus is rapidly evolving around the vaccines, which is just what a lot of Team Reality scientists predicted would happen.
🔥 Stretching yesterday’s thread about the CDC’s vaccine trade-off, Rasmussen researched what it really means when the CDC says jab side effects are “rare.”
So ‘rare’ can mean as low as 1 in a 1,000. Now, do you suppose that doctors are informing their patients of that alarming statistic before the jabs and boosters? One twitterer reported his encounter with his doctor going like this: “My doctor was pushing the shot and I asked him to tell me the side effects. He said the benefits outweighed the risks. I said, doc, why don’t you let ME make that evaluation? That was the last time we spoke of it.”
I’ve also noticed that the CDC has retreated from last year’s use of “very rare” and is now using only “rare.” Who wants to bet they hit “uncommon” at some point this year?
🚀 All recent independent media reports from Europe’s laundromat Ukraine suggest the Ukrainians are “winning” extra badly right now. Reports say Russia is expanding its territories and threatening major new cities, which is exactly what you would expect them to do after all the drone and bomber strikes softening up the target.
Last week, reliable government propaganda affiliate The Economist described the situation in Ukraine as “static,” whatever that means, but it’s obviously not good:
As you’d predict on the heels of bad war news, cue up the hysterical deep state scramble. First order of business: send Lindsey Graham back to Ukraine.
The New York Times reported the Biden Administration is considering sending long-range weapons to help the Ukrainians cross Russia’s nuclear red line, in an article headlined, “U.S. Warms to Helping Ukraine Target Crimea:”
And of course, the Pentagon is escalating the conflict by dropping off more advanced American weaponry at the deep-state’s crack house:
So. Much. Winning.
🔥 The Pentagon might be good at shipping advanced weaponry to failed states but it ain’t too good at accounting. It just failed on its fifth try to figure out where $220 BILLION DOLLARS went that have somehow been misplaced somewhere. I wonder where all the missing cash could possibly be?
They should hire Michelle, she can ALWAYS find my misplaced wallet, sometimes without even moving a metric inch. “Honey, do you know where my wallet is?” Without even stopping the hair dryer, or even looking at me, she’ll muse, “Did you look under the back seat of the truck?” And there it is.
Maybe the Pentagon’s wallet has fallen into the cracks between Mitch McConnell’s couch cushions?
Remember, it’s always in the last place you look. If you see the Pentagon’s wallet lying around somewhere, be sure to turn it in. You can’t miss it, it’s as big as a football stadium.
🔥 Earlier this week, Libs of TikTok alertly noticed this bizarre Scottish Sun headline:
One imagines how tortured the Sun’s headline editors must have felt trying to navigate that sticky wicket of woke landmines before they threw up their hands in despair and ran with this final bizarre, mind-bending version.
Apropos of the headline, and for your comic relief, I offer you Ricky Gervais’ priceless, hilarious, and Cassandra-like standup bit on gender pronouns. It is definitely adults-only, but the shocking language analogizes the shocking social trend.
Have a wonderful weekend! I’ll see you all back here on Monday to kick off the new week the C&C way.
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