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  1. The passive voice (it's estimated) is effective when you don't want to identify who is estimating.
  2. Someone is finding the investigation is getting too close to home.

  3. 25% of Covid survivors suffer cognitive impairment. So antivaxxers won't be getting any smarter.

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    2. Aristides

      Aristides

      And yet hospitalizations are over 5 times higher than in October and up 21% in the last week.

    3. QuebecOverCanada

      QuebecOverCanada

      What is a seasonal hospitalization peak?

    4. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      We really are counting infections and spread so much more accurately now than ever before, there is no comparitor for all this data. That’s why I dont get freaked out by it.

  4. You've never heard of executive orders?
  5. Time to make the decision to triage out antivaxxers?

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    2. Shady

      Shady

      There’s no need.  Regardless, I thought health care was a right?

    3. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      It is. But in the real world you may reach a point where there is only so much health care to go around. 

    4. OftenWrong

      OftenWrong

      What’s unconscionable is that they do not move to increase said health care capacity.

      Carry on

  6. Coming up with a false slate of electors respects the Constitution?
  7. Tucker Carlson doesn't even try to pretend he isn't a Russian asset anymore.

    1. Shady

      Shady

      Either does Biden.  I still can’t believe he cancelled keystone while lifting sanctions on the Russian pipeline.

    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      One day I'm going to teach you about the word "neither". It's great for whataboutisms.

    3. BubberMiley
  8. Then the only question, other than why the Republicans gained seats (which you will never acknowledge), is why was Trump so weak and incompetent to see it coming as a sitting president and then allow it to happen?
  9. But it's an objectively confirmed fact that lockdowns are not wonderful. That's the sort of argument that happens when one considers the truth and facts to be subjective and not based on rationality. I don't think I've ever seen it from people who didn't have a religious upbringing.
  10. Of course. The Dems are obviously superior in every way to Republicans and are capable of pulling this off. They are clever enough to manipulate the ballots so that they actually lose seats in the House and Senate. This is to further pull the wool over the unsuspecting Republicans' eyes. The Dems also invented the whole QAnon conspiracy so that when Republicans complain and tell us the truth of what happened, they just appear to be parroting a wingnut conspiracy generated by a crazed pillow guy, thereby discrediting themselves. Also, despite all the evidence against them, they managed to make it all disappear into the ether. (See "superior in every way" above.)
  11. I reject your wingnut antivax source. Chrome really didn't want to load it (but it eventually did). That's not a good sign. I also agreed with your Times of Israel source. Comparing public health measures to the Holocaust is a shitty thing to do. That's why Holocaust survivors are pretty much universally calling it out as such (see my citations).
  12. I can see why you're reluctant to provide citations when all you can come up with is a wingnut antivax site and the Times of Israel chastising one guy for making a comparison to the Holocaust.
  13. You are very bad at reading between the lines. It's almost delusional. Where did I say they all feel the same way? I said the original sources I found were consistent (and I provided THREE cites). Then I asked you to provide a sampling of where you're getting your information from. Because you were the one saying no one can speak for Holocaust victims but themselves (and I agree). Hence the three cites.
  14. You're speaking for them again. You can avoid that by citing original sources
  15. You say you can't speak for them and immediately try to speak for them? You can't exactly do that without a cite. Like these, which is all I could find. But curiously they say the opposite. https://ktla.com/news/nationworld/holocaust-survivor-denounces-french-protesters-who-compared-covid-19-vaccines-to-nazi-horrors/ https://www.inquirer.com/health/coronavirus/holocaust-survivors-vaccine-philadelphia-coronavirus-20210816.html https://moked.it/international/2021/08/02/holocaust-survivor-liliana-segres-words-shed-light-on-anti-vaxxers-hatred/
  16. In AB, hospitalization among 3x vaxxed people who are 80+ is lower than unvaxxed who are 12-29

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      A huuuuge percentage so big that it cannot be expressed with mere numbers! It can only be understood by its very gargantuan qualities that no data could possibly describe.

    3. Infidel Dog

      Infidel Dog

      Pretty big alright, was my understanding. Enough to have a significant effect on the results.

    4. BubberMiley
  17. We can all agree that democracies that tolerate misinformation inevitably fail.

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    2. Shady
    3. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      You want to force people to host your lies? Is that because your hosts are getting tired of your antics?

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      One day you'll realize freedom of speech refers to government suppression not from private individuals, and you'll be really embarrassed you were so poorly informed.

  18. Forged elector documents is a big deal.

  19. There was also the whole fake electors thing. That's kind of a big deal
  20. I like the look on Joe Rogan's face when he finds out boys are 8x more likely to get myocarditis from covid than a vaccine.

    1. BubberMiley
    2. Boges

      Boges

      I can't believe he cited VAERS. They all sing from the same book. 

  21. Who could possibly be stupid enough to believe this guy? He has evidence to put 300 million people in prison for life? Wut?

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    2. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      You don't feel embarrassed having believed him? 

    3. Shady

      Shady

      I never believed him about anything except pillows.  Don’t you feel embarrassed for believing the Steele dossier?

    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      Uh huh. I can read the OP of your pResident Biden thread and see you bought in into pillow-guy's lies 100%. You will spend the rest of your life denying you were fooled, but you're only fooling yourself.  :lol:

  22. With 40% infection in Wpg, Manitoba throws in the towel on containment and estimates 100% of the population will be infected in the next few weeks. Too late, antivaxxers.

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    2. Shady

      Shady

      Seems like Fauci agrees with Manitoba.

       

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    4. BubberMiley

      BubberMiley

      It's absolutely true. The idea was for everyone not to get it at once. Unfortunately people like you fought mitigation every step of the way. 

  23. Have to agree with Trump that DeSantis is "gutless" for not admitting whether he got the booster.

  24. A poll shows a majority of Canadians support a tax on the unvaxed. https://winnipegsun.com/news/national/poll-shows-majority-across-canada-back-an-anti-vax-tax/wcm/7fa03ec9-a20b-4fb1-b53e-52b59426817e
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