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A Nation of Lions, Led by a Goat
Alexander Scipio • 05 Oct, 2021 • 4 Min Read
Let's go, Brandon!
My last piece on the CCP virus included this observation: “It seems odd that the more research and information we have on Covid-19 and its treatments, the worse the story gets.” Stepping up to the challenge, the media and their “experts” just made everything, well, “worse.” (What would we do without experts?)
“And those who are vaccinated, we now know based on the CDC, they are now able, with the Delta variant, because they carry so much more virus, they could transmit it to their unvaccinated family members.”
I’m not a doctor, but I am pretty sure this is the opposite of how vaccines are supposed to work. Dr. Wen notes that her own vaccination now is a threat to her children as they are too young to be vaccinated. I am a parent, and I am quite sure becoming a threat to your children via a non-medically-necessary choice, is the opposite of how parenthood is supposed to work.
Uncle Joe’s demand/threat that we all get vaccinated or lose our homes and jobs, starve to death, become unable to travel, cash a check, use a credit card, etc., now seems designed to, what? Get everyone sick?
Remain calm! All is well!
I’ve been trying since we all were scolded by the president for being adults and making our own decisions in what once was a free country (but at least not (yet) a prison colony), to figure out the Kafkaesque nature of his demand. (It’s so good to have an adult of whom we can be proud back in the Oval Office.) I am pretty sure his tirade can be summarized as below:
The vaccinated demand the unvaccinated get vaccinated to protect the vaccinated from the virus against which the vaccinated were vaccinated.
Do I have that right?
But if we “follow the science,” at least according to CNN’s Medical Analyst, quoting the CDC, Joe has it exactly backward: It’s the vaccinated who are a risk to the unvaccinated. But that’s par for the course with Joe; he’s always been wrong.
But I guess the Powers That Beexperimenting on children will fix that, seeing that they now are testing these gene-altering inoculations (I think we’re past the idea these are “vaccines”) on kids whose IFR is about 0.001, so we can do – what… make kids superspreaders, too? And the teacher unions are demanding we turn every child into a superspreader in order to get our children back in school… where they can… infect everyone? Is that what the most powerful Democrat-supporting union in America sees as our way forward? OK. I’ll admit it. I’m confused.
President Biden’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers may have “devastating” effects on rural hospitals, as a fully vaccinated staff will become a requirement for Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement. Jerry Jasper, CEO at Brownfield Regional Medical Center in Texas, said that while most of his staff are vaccinated, there are about “20 to 25 percent” who are not. Losing those employees may be the end of the hospital, he told KCBD.
Not sure how forcing hospitals to close in the midst of a pandemic is good for the people in the area, but I’m not a Democrat policy maker or voter.
Maybe she can get some of the illegals crossing the Rio Grande to staff her hospitals. They don’t have to be vaccinated so easily can replace the American workers who have been on the front lines of Covid for 18 months and know the dangers better than any and so are rejecting the jab at high rates across the country -- and so getting fired. The thousands under the bridge must include at least a few nurses. Bonus: they work at a lower cost than American medical staff and can help the Late Great State of New York recover some of the costs incurred by killing about 12,000 elderly. (Or was that a reduction in healthcare costs by killing about 12,000 elderly? Again, I am confused…)
Alexander Scipio is a native southern Californian exfiltrated to Arizona. An IT professional for 40 years, he has pushed cows in California, dudes and horses in Wyoming, and programmers in Los Angeles and Phoenix. An avid outdoorsman – skier, backpacker, water skier and scuba diver – Alexander writes from Surprise, Arizona.