More mRNA drugs; study shows kids prevent serious covid; dems differentiate Biden; DeSantis ignores the NYT; FTC wants to end non-competes; Twitter still here; short-staffed hospitals, and more.
Jeff have you seen this? Hilarious and so well done.
I love the rewritten headlines regarding DeSantis.
“If the NY Times cries but everyone ignores them, do they make a sound?”
Eggs straight from a nearby local farm is $4.50. Has gone up only 50 cents. The chickens are pasture raised, except for the winter months. I suggest finding a local farm you can buy from. Mine has a monthly buyer's club that I am a part of.
I would think one of the worst places to deliver mRNA coding for growth hormone to would be cancer cells.
As someone who has uncontrolled Acromegaly, a rare growth hormone disease ,I can tell you succinctly: No, you don't want growth anywhere and everywhere. Growth in cells,whether they be beneficial or Malignant. Extra tissue;skin,nerve,fat,bone etc... Just say No.
I’m a Registered Nurse who feels like it current healthcare system is slowly imploding. As far as the nursing demographics go, baby boomers had made up the largest cohort of the nursing population and 2020 had been projected to be the year when they would start retiring in large numbers, well as you can imagine COVID accelerated many of those retirements. Couple that with stress and burnout causing many to leave the profession and then throw on vaccine mandates on top of that forcing a smaller, but at this point a highly significant group of nurses out of the profession and you can see why staffing is so poor in many places.
Wasn’t Moderna around for 10+ years and NEVER able to get a product approved for humans? Now after COVID they’re going to unleash mRNA products for everything and get approval? Scary.
"the mRNA does NOT shut itself off after a few hours or days after all, like the useless imbeciles at the FDA credulously believed." Hence we call them the Fraud and Death Administration.
Jeff nice post today. As a medical professional who retired early from hospital work in 2021 just prior to mandates but totally bullied to get the jab I totally understand why so many leaving. Hospital administration do NOT care how overworked, underpaid, safety of their workers, and mandating jabs affect care providers. But then again knowing how corrupt the whole health care system is I will do everything in my power to stay healthy and avoid hospital at all costs. Trust only those doctors who have stood up and cried foul when early treatment protocols where suppressed.
Came across an interesting Rumble video this week ...so check it out... DOD involvement
A Midwestern Doctor/The Forgotten Side of Medicine (here on Substack) had a really interesting post yesterday about the mRNA jabs, the manufacturing process, and more. Your first segment and his tie together somewhat.
JEFF I FOUND IT
The subtle change (as you predicted) from using the phrase “died suddenly and unexpectedly”....to they are now using “suffered a medical emergency”!
Watch for it!
Apropos of nothing in this article: Defund NPR.
An Air Force Academy cadet died on his way to class. When does it end?
With all of today’s stories, you just want to throw your hands up and go 🤷♀️. Here’s yet another reason - https://nypost.com/2023/01/09/biden-administration-reportedly-weighing-national-ban-on-gas-stoves/
They are coming for our stoves.
As a nurse of 40+ years I had to walk away a minute before commenting. The "pandemic" came at the same time the nursing shortage hit. We older nurses who actually started nursing during a time of shortage are retiring thus leaving gaps of bodies and knowledge.
What I have seen in the past few years has been awful. One of the worst things hospitals did was allow the bean counters to take over. Decisions are being made on paper without regard to patients' quality of care or nurses' working conditions. Some hospitals are corporate run which provide bonuses for administrators who save money. That translates into staffing with the least amount they can get by with- whether it be supplies or staff. Supplies are provided based on census.
If you have 10 patients today, you get supplies for 10 patients. If your census over night goes to 15-20 (which has happened), you only have supplies for 10. Oh and by the way- if there's a "national shortage" you're just really out of luck.
The other impact is the new generation of worker. They are unwillingly to work under these conditions. The shut down has created the monster of people working for the highest bidder. There is no job loyalty and they move on. I'm always amazed that a young nurse comes to a hospital that is open 24-7 and expects to work 8-5 with weekend and holidays off! SMH
Finally I am in the great state of Mississippi which has probably the lowest rate of reimbursement- regional hospitals are folding due to lack of revenue thus overburdening the hospitals in the cities.
It's weird that anyone would suggest that DeSantis should meet with a media outlet headquartered in NYC to talk about running for or being governor of Florida. AFAIK, Trump is the only Republican who has declared his candidacy for 2024, and I don't see the NYT racing to interview him.
Also, for the first time ever, my package of chicken thighs was THREE thighs, down from four last fall, five about a year ago, and six during the Trump years. I now officially only have leftovers if I make a stew with three or four onions and a few potatoes in addition to the chicken. And I only have one kid.