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Pre-recorded new episode premiering now - Carter interviews LBRY/Odysee founder Jeremy Kauffman, digging into both the nature of the blockchain-based video service and the SEC's years-long legal battle against the fledgeling company. https://tci.al/m8k
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SARS-CoV-2 Fact Check Series #9: COVID vaccines are not approved by the FDA. The vaccine is experimental. The experiment is being carried out on the general public. The vaccines are "allowed" by the FDA under their "Emergency Use Authorization" (EUA). From the FDA's website: "Under an EUA, FDA may allow the use of unapproved medical products, or unapproved uses of approved medical products in an emergency". So, how is the experiment going in the government's eyes? Let's check with the FDA. From the FDA's website: "April 13, 2021: Out of an abundance of caution, the FDA and CDC recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine". Seems the FDA isn't quite sure. https://www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/covid-19-vaccines An "abundance of caution"? OK, I will have an abundance of caution and wait for the experiment to run for a year or so. Then re-evaluate after seeing how it goes. Not to imply I consider an FDA "approval" as the end-all opinion on a drug. I am a skeptic of government (at best). And not that the FDA is a constitutionally legal entity. Where in Article 2 is Congress authorized to use taxpayer money for health care, or to tell us what drugs we can and cannot take? I can't find it. [Keith]

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SARS-CoV-2 Fact Check Series #8; Over time, how effective have vaccines been in the U.S. and around the world? According to this through analysis of existing data, it isn't as obvious as the preferred narrative instructs us to believe. With rare exceptions, such as polio, morality has declined steadily as people became healthier and medical care improved. And even on polio questions on how it spread are raised here. Quite familiar sounding, as reported here the government data's collection method on polio was manipulated after the vaccine came into use, making it potentially misleading to compare before and after the vaccine invention. This sure sounds familiar in 2021 - expect for those who can't bring themselves to believe the government would manipulate statistics for its own purposes. The Branch Covidain faithful don't want to know the government's data manipulation or understand their engineered fear. From the article: “An important and definitive “mainstream” government study done nearly a decade ago got little attention because the science came down on the wrong side. It found that after decades and billions of dollars spent promoting flu shots for the elderly, the mass vaccination program did not result in saving lives. In fact, the death rate among the elderly increased substantially.” So, should we assume the experimental COVID vaccines will show long term data unlike nearly everything in this analysis, or will history repeat itself? The survival rate post-infection is about 99.95% for those under 70. At some age the risk-reward question for the experimental COVID vaccine probably flips from "no" to "yes", and I don't know what that age is yet. From what I know so far it appears to be over 70 (as a minimum), particularly for healthy people. I'm under 70 and healthy so the answer at this time is "no" for me. [Keith] An unvaccinated skeptic, waiting to see more data before taking the unknown risk of the vaccine. http://vaxinfostarthere.com/did-vaccines-save-us/
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Pre-recorded new episode premiering now - Carter interviews LBRY/Odysee founder Jeremy Kauffman, digging into both the nature of the blockchain-based video service and the SEC's years-long legal battle against the fledgeling company. https://tci.al/m8k
75 views · Apr 21st

SARS-CoV-2 Fact Check Series #9: COVID vaccines are not approved by the FDA. The vaccine is experimental. The experiment is being carried out on the general public. The vaccines are "allowed" by the FDA under their "Emergency Use Authorization" (EUA). From the FDA's website: "Under an EUA, FDA may allow the use of unapproved medical products, or unapproved uses of approved medical products in an emergency". So, how is the experiment going in the government's eyes? Let's check with the FDA. From the FDA's website: "April 13, 2021: Out of an abundance of caution, the FDA and CDC recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine". Seems the FDA isn't quite sure. https://www.fda.gov/emergency-preparedness-and-response/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/covid-19-vaccines An "abundance of caution"? OK, I will have an abundance of caution and wait for the experiment to run for a year or so. Then re-evaluate after seeing how it goes. Not to imply I consider an FDA "approval" as the end-all opinion on a drug. I am a skeptic of government (at best). And not that the FDA is a constitutionally legal entity. Where in Article 2 is Congress authorized to use taxpayer money for health care, or to tell us what drugs we can and cannot take? I can't find it. [Keith]

84 views · Apr 21st
SARS-CoV-2 Fact Check Series #8; Over time, how effective have vaccines been in the U.S. and around the world? According to this through analysis of existing data, it isn't as obvious as the preferred narrative instructs us to believe. With rare exceptions, such as polio, morality has declined steadily as people became healthier and medical care improved. And even on polio questions on how it spread are raised here. Quite familiar sounding, as reported here the government data's collection method on polio was manipulated after the vaccine came into use, making it potentially misleading to compare before and after the vaccine invention. This sure sounds familiar in 2021 - expect for those who can't bring themselves to believe the government would manipulate statistics for its own purposes. The Branch Covidain faithful don't want to know the government's data manipulation or understand their engineered fear. From the article: “An important and definitive “mainstream” government study done nearly a decade ago got little attention because the science came down on the wrong side. It found that after decades and billions of dollars spent promoting flu shots for the elderly, the mass vaccination program did not result in saving lives. In fact, the death rate among the elderly increased substantially.” So, should we assume the experimental COVID vaccines will show long term data unlike nearly everything in this analysis, or will history repeat itself? The survival rate post-infection is about 99.95% for those under 70. At some age the risk-reward question for the experimental COVID vaccine probably flips from "no" to "yes", and I don't know what that age is yet. From what I know so far it appears to be over 70 (as a minimum), particularly for healthy people. I'm under 70 and healthy so the answer at this time is "no" for me. [Keith] An unvaccinated skeptic, waiting to see more data before taking the unknown risk of the vaccine. http://vaxinfostarthere.com/did-vaccines-save-us/
93 views · Apr 18th