As the media points their laser beam of lies and propaganda at us each day, knowing we’ll jump around and follow it like a cat or dog, having been programmed to believe one lie after another, more lamentations can be heard from the perplexed with ‘orders’ of second waves of lockdowns since the first one worked out so well for the unwashed.
A scene from any government meeting, in any U.S. city, with ‘officials’ discussing the cornholio has been captured and provided for your viewing pleasure:
Breaking: States Ordered to Fraudulently Inflate COVID-19 Cases 16 Times Actual Rate
Federal order coincides with massive spike in new cases, triggering national panic – via infowars.com (video embedded in the article)
In the shithole State I live in, bars have been ‘ordered’ to close (again) due to a ‘slight uptick’ in the number of cornholio cases being reported. Yes, the cornholio CANNOT infect those out and about at local protests, grocery stores, corporate conglomerates of junk, and government offices that continue to employ and pay dickheads and morons. No, only bars, the mighty cornholio can reside therein.
Shut them down! Lay to waste more businesses!
But wait, boys and girls, there’s more shitf**kery from government wastelands that the unclean don’t hear about:
Censored: COVID19 PCR Tests are Scientifically Meaningless – Everything We’ve Been Told about COVID is a Hoax: – via healthimpactnews.com
And tonight, it’s a trifecta of the lies promoted or simply not reported by the corporate media shysters:
This, from the holy CDC itself about the masks of shame:
Face Masks: (via wwwnc.cdc.gov)
In our systematic review, we identified 10 RCTs that reported estimates of the effectiveness of face masks in reducing laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infections in the community from literature published during 1946–July 27, 2018. In pooled analysis, we found no significant reduction in influenza transmission with the use of face masks (RR 0.78, 95% CI 0.51–1.20; I2 = 30%, p = 0.25) (Figure 2). One study evaluated the use of masks among pilgrims from Australia during the Hajj pilgrimage and reported no major difference in the risk for laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection in the control or mask group (33). Two studies in university settings assessed the effectiveness of face masks for primary protection by monitoring the incidence of laboratory-confirmed influenza among student hall residents for 5 months (9,10). The overall reduction in ILI or laboratory-confirmed influenza cases in the face mask group was not significant in either studies (9,10). Study designs in the 7 household studies were slightly different: 1 study provided face masks and P2 respirators for household contacts only (34), another study evaluated face mask use as a source control for infected persons only (35), and the remaining studies provided masks for the infected persons as well as their close contacts (11–13,15,17). None of the household studies reported a significant reduction in secondary laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infections in the face mask group (11–13,15,17,34,35). Most studies were underpowered because of limited sample size, and some studies also reported suboptimal adherence in the face mask group.
Disposable medical masks (also known as surgical masks) are loose-fitting devices that were designed to be worn by medical personnel to protect accidental contamination of patient wounds, and to protect the wearer against splashes or sprays of bodily fluids (36). There is limited evidence for their effectiveness in preventing influenza virus transmission either when worn by the infected person for source control or when worn by uninfected persons to reduce exposure. Our systematic review found no significant effect of face masks on transmission of laboratory-confirmed influenza.
We did not consider the use of respirators in the community. Respirators are tight-fitting masks that can protect the wearer from fine particles (37) and should provide better protection against influenza virus exposures when properly worn because of higher filtration efficiency. However, respirators, such as N95 and P2 masks, work best when they are fit-tested, and these masks will be in limited supply during the next pandemic. These specialist devices should be reserved for use in healthcare settings or in special subpopulations such as immunocompromised persons in the community, first responders, and those performing other critical community functions, as supplies permit.
In lower-income settings, it is more likely that reusable cloth masks will be used rather than disposable medical masks because of cost and availability (38). There are still few uncertainties in the practice of face mask use, such as who should wear the mask and how long it should be used for. In theory, transmission should be reduced the most if both infected members and other contacts wear masks, but compliance in uninfected close contacts could be a problem (12,34). Proper use of face masks is essential because improper use might increase the risk for transmission (39). Thus, education on the proper use and disposal of used face masks, including hand hygiene, is also needed.
Evidently, fat, drunk and stupid is what is required to believe the concoction of bullshit these demons offer up each day.
“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.”
Tonight’s musical offering:
We’re on the theme of Christmas in July, for it seems doubtful we’ll make it to December, given that we listen to, and obey these hyena’s