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« on: March 13, 2020, 11:19:28 AM »
Has any leagues been cancelled that some of you bowl in due to the Coronavirus ? A tournament I was going to bowl in pulled the plug. I'm in Ohio where mass gatherings of 100 or more are prohibited. Things are changing daily so it could be an adjustment after the 2 p.m. press conference.



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Re: Coronavirus
« Reply #226 on: April 26, 2024, 07:00:30 AM »
No one is questioning that the numbers were "real" but there is no questioning that the numbers were manipulated.  The VAERS database, for example, was without a doubt manipulated. Most people were diagnosed using a PCR test, a test that was normally run at 10-12 cycles but was bumped up to 35 cycles (or 40 in some cases) in order to turn up any minute particle of a Coronavirus. Add to that Kary Mullis, who invented the PCR test, had already publicly declared that the PCR test should not be used for virus detection because "PCR tests can detect 'anything in anybody' and can't tell you if you're sick, because it can be misleading without additional information". And then remember that the federal government coerced social media sites to take down any posts that contradicted the federal government's message (see Missouri's lawsuit v. Biden) and it should be clear that people were being manipulated into a state of fear, a state of fear that still exists in some people today, apparently.

And to anyone in the healthcare industry that says that they know firsthand how serious things were...ask your hospital administrator how financially successful your organization was during Covid. Then ask yourself if that organization would have turned down such a financial windfall. No for-profit organization (or not-for-profit, either) is going to turn down the truckloads of money that the government and pharma industry were delivering on a daily basis.  The numbers were most definitely real but not at all accurate.

And then ask yourself why the official definition of "vaccine" was changed during Covid.  Vaccine used to be defined as a substances that provides 'immunity' to a specific disease," reads the text of an Instagram post shared Nov. 4. "Now, Merriam Webster has literally changed the definition of 'vaccine' and removed the 'immunity' portion in order to possibly cover for the fact that the COVID 'vaccines' don't actually provide immunity from COVID.
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