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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

trump was wrong deciding on mRNA technology over regular vaccines.

operation warpspeed will be regarded as the worst decision in human history.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

I agree 100%. I also think he was played like a fool. If he didn’t have such a big ego he could see it and warn people. But no! This guy is more worried about himself and his reputation. And while I think he did much good for the country and he made strong decisions he also made the worst decision of his life by promoting warp speed. Hands down. I will never forgive him!

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And Desantis was right on just about every turn of the pandemic

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

It’s also sad that at first DeSantis bought into the shots and really has never said anything against them. I’m sure his wife paid the price for her shot with the onset of breast cancer but as we all know. They will never connect the dots linking cancers to the vaccines. I believe as the doctor. Stephanie I think. From MIT said. These vaccines are accelerating illnesses that are already in progress in the body. Not sure DeSantis will openly ever denounce the vaccines but I still believe in him. I think he is a good one. I sure hope so. I want to believe in someone.

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You brought up some good points.

But Desantis was one of the foremost officials to legitimize vaccine and covid skepticism.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

True. Yet he still will not openly discuss vaccine injuries. Like it doesn’t exist.

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Our surgeon general is excellent. , DeSantis appointment I think. I’m thankful I moved to central Florida just before lockdown from upstate New York.

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I think that may be more of a political move. He is not an MD or a research scientist with a PhD (not that those haven't pushed us under the bus), but I think you have to be careful with so many vaccinated. Even the GBD (which I believe DeSantis consulted) wasn't anti-vax. DeSantis is also military and they are always getting vaccinated for something and may take more time to be against any of this. Just my two cents worth.

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Considering that there aren't very many champions at all yet who are publicly acknowledging the injuries from the "emergency use experimental gene therapy", I'm wary of demanding that the perfect be the enemy of the good at this point in the battle.

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I believe that Dr. Ledapo is now talking about problems with the vaccine. He is DeSantis's surgeon general.

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Dr Ladapo is the anti-Fauci. DeSantis should be President.

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Florida's surgeon general, Dr Ladapo, openly declared that these shots may not be as safe as advertised. That's a big step in the right direction.

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Yes, and I applaud him for telling it like it is, rather that just being a yes man for the medical establishment.

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Yes Dr. Stephanie Seneff from MIT. Appears very trustworthy with regards to this fiasco of the century.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022

I agree. She seems honestly concerned and has receipts.

This pod cast with Ryan Cole is awesome. Watch when Cole shows the long white clots he took out of the vaxxed after death, watch the interviewer..he says softly f@#k as he is horrified.

https://www.redvoicemedia.com/video/2022/06/global-vax-insanity-dr-ryan-cole-joins-greg-hunter-video-interview/

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022

Dr. Ladapo is clearly a master of understatement.

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Alcohol is also dangerous. DeSantis allows Florida's to choose, booze or vax. The crime is not advising people of the risks and benefits, or lack thereof. Keep your eyes on the real culprits -- the corrupt medical industry and the politicians and propagandists who control them. The politicians are no more omniscient or omnipotent than the rest of us.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022

I work in the hard liquor industry and was very disappointed the industry was not shuttered during the Pandemic. Showed this was not about health.

Sales boomed 25 plus percent in my state.

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I was disappointed that ANY business was closed. Hysteria is always an ugly affair. Even unhealthy things have benefits. The rational approach is to balance the risks and the benefits. Liquor can be very useful medicinally...

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That’s because Tyranny drive folks to drinkin....

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Good point and reality check

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You can't speculate that the shots caused her breast cancer. I have seen women in my practice many years ago who were diagnosed with breast cancer in their 30s. Many scientists and doctors bought into the shots initially but when they started to either experience adverse events themselves or saw it in others, became adamantly opposed.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

I agree. One can never prove the shots accelerated her breast cancer but in the Vaers there is a number of reports about breast cancer after the shot. It does make u wonder but again. That’s the beauty of these shots. There is almost no way to definitively prove the shots caused the injuries but many cancer doctors are saying they are seeing increased cases of cancer soon after the shots.

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I agree, we can't know what is being unleashed with this toxic brew.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

Actually that is exactly what you can do - speculate. That is develop an untested hypothesis. Unless you have supporting facts and data, speculation alone is of little value. But we must not be afraid to speculate to start things off.

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Oh, there is some data to show that people have had cancers which were in remission suddenly get reactivated following the jabs. Ryan Cole, the pathologist talks about this. I just don't think you can claim that someone got breast cancer because they had a jab when breast cancer is very prevalent in women, even young ones. One in 8 American women will get breast cancer. If someone had cancer in remission, then got two jabs within a month, then 30 days later it re-emerged, that is a strong temporal association.

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We can speculate,.we likely cant prove it.

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Do you feel mammogram can set off a cancer? Thanks for any response. I wish the other less painful test was covered by insurance.

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My sister got breast cancer at 45 from working as a dental hygienist and taking 30-40 xrays a day for 20 years. The doctor said that the radiation wasn't the cause, but provided no other hypothesis. The doctor is full of crap. Working around unshielded radiation machines has been proven as a cause of cancer. I just can't deal with the medical establishment, and this was before the covid me-too freakout.

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I believe in some people it can. The newer tests are less invasive like tomography or MRI. In Australia that is covered.

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We can speculate. There is nothing wrong with that it an observation Back in the old days that’s how we started a research project. When speculation jumps right to dogma or truth we then have a huge issue. My Sister-in-Law was also diagnosed with breast cancer several months after her first jab. Coincidence? Maybe but worth thinking about.

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If politicians speak out against the shots their political careers are OVER, you understand this right? It's like speaking out against the CIA and FBI. You'd be toast. Only MTG can do it because all her money comes from dedicated small donors. I know it's sick, but politics in this country is.

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That's the difference between political animals and leaders. Leaders do what is right. Besides, they could have stated, look if you want to inject yourself take it, but I won't mandate it where your job and livelihood can be lost, and I certainly won't demand it in childhood when healthy kids don't die from Covid.

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A lot of GOP stood against the mandates, which was absolutely right. But I do see the perspective that telling people NOT to get the shots would have been going to far the other way, as publicly-available data was still incomplete for much of 2021 which was when the Dems and Neocon GOP were pushing mandates.

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We should try to educate DeSantis. If we could get him to question his wife was injection led to cancer, his anger would be epic!

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Ron is probably better informed than most, and probably angrier than most, but is good at maintaining a civil veneer. I'd love to be a bug on the wall, when he's in private.

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Seems reasonable, Ron DeSantis has been pretty flawless. I think he could get a lot done that Trump cant. Might be wrong.

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His brilliant political move was to hold recorded public roundtable discussions with subject matter experts, followed by appropriate executive orders & legislation. Making decisions in public is a highly effective way to build trust with the public, even your skeptics.

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Exactly. Maybe he would relish the role of Red Caesar, cross the Potomicon, and pull down the tents of the 3-ring circus that is the Biden Administration.

One can hope, but alas, we will all have to do the heavy lifting to drag America out of this ditch.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

Portamnteau - Potemkin Village and Rubicon. Brilliant. Omicron is wedged in there too? *edit* So for a "quadrivalent" portmanteau of Potomac, Potemkin, Rubicon and Omicron it would be Potemicron? Heh.

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Yup, stay mentally and physically fit

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DeSantis is military intelligence. The military installed him in Florida via election fraud. I like him, but that's the truth.

Now they will install him as president. That's why they are making DeSantis look good and Trump look bad.

Trump did Warp Speed because he was a military front too. Now he's a convenient scapegoat for the military that created the bioweapon, leaked or deliberately released it, then created and mandated the death shots.

People who harp about Trump and love on DeSantis haven't got a clue what's going on or who is really in charge. That's dangerous.

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The tin foil hat seems to be picking up signals from Alpha Centauri these days. Might want to check your grounding.

That being said, I'll take Military Intelligence over the CIA any day.

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It's thought there are plenty of white hats in the military. CIA? Not so much

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It's genuinely impressive, given all that's happened in the last few years, that some people still think elections are real & that conspiracies aren't the norm (across human history). There's always been a slave class & they can't/won't be helped.

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Nah, we know there's plenty of lies being propagated by those in power. However, we don't accept addled rantings of the lunatic fringe with zero evidence as truth either. God gave us a brain for a reason.

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Interesting. So, who installed Biden in your opinion?

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See Jeff's comment right above: C_A

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I agree. Trump was played, DeSantis would have not complied and not shut down. However, many states are WEF. Washington State, Oregon and California are WEF 100 percent.

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Trump wasn't played. Now create a new worldview based on that...

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

From anarchy to communism in this country; one extreme to the other. We reap what we have sown in other countries.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

that "we" always gets me ... as putting the fault on the raped victim for wearing a short skirt.

what in the world do "we" have anything to do with what has been sown in other countries??? or you believe the vote matters ... common tomi ..

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"We" are at fault for the reason of apathy. We do nothing, and this is what "we" reap. Try to think what the effect long-term apathy has on a society as a whole.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022

hard to argue there.

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I didn't sow anything in any foreign countries. Speak for yourself.

Election day is a day of mourning. I ask Jesus to forgive me for whoever I voted for.

I don't believe in unjust wars or revolutionaries in CIA.

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I pray for Social Kingship of Jesus Christ and Triumph of Immaculate Heart of Mary.

I knew decades ago most nations would face horrible chastisement over baby murder. Guess what

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I’m inclined to think that Trump - being naturally optimistic and unfamiliar with the deep and pervasive corruption in the bureaucracy - believed that the best people with the best motives were working on the vax. He (like my foolish self) sincerely believed Operation Warp Speed would be an example of American ingenuity and exceptionalism.

In my wildest dreams I never thought our government, Big Pharma, Big Tech, Big Media were this corrupt, this inept, and this soulless. For those of us who grew up believing in the “Shining City on a Hill” America, this time has been a shock. As a country we really are in the midst of a fourth turning. Would be wise to start playing the long game.

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Agree. Ego and hubris can only lead to destruction. Trump had an opportunity to humble himself before God and learn from his wife in how to act, but he couldn't do it. That's sad.

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Dr Alexander tried to warn him.

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Jun 12, 2022·edited Jun 12, 2022

Your observation that "he was played like a fool. If he didn’t have such a big ego he could see it and warn people" is extremely perceptive, Deb.

As much as folks want and need political leaders to understand economics and business, we've finally seen the fulfillment of that desire with the election of President Trump. As expected, some of his decisions were sound, others were rather spectacular failures.

Where you really "hit the nail on the head" is regarding "ego." I've long thought of this trait in business-people as "executive-itis." It's extremely common and accounts for an enormous amount of very poor business decisions.

As far as I've been able to determine, it's rooted in an individual's personal hierarchy of priorities, which is to your point. When an executive justifies their apathy and incuriosity about organizational details with an internal assumption that their arrogance is a form of wisdom, bad decisions are a result. Over and over again, I've seen executives make colossal blunders with sweeping new policies, blunders that would have been avoided by putting their self-interest aside and paying attention to how the organization actually functions on a daily operational level.

Executives can be some of the most easily-fooled people around. Some grifter comes along, perceives the vulnerability that a big ego presents and exploits that vulnerability for fun and profit. It's an easy sell, the grift du jour, because profit is always the order of the day in business. Thing is, business transactions should be mutually profitable, and that's where the mistakes are made; overlooking essential details affecting that pesky "mutual" part of the calculus.

I'm right there with you on this. Much as I appreciate some of the things President Trump did, operation warp speed isn't one of them. I cannot forgive him for letting his need for glory overrule common sense. It led him to use a businessperson's natural antipathy for regulation as a method for improving efficiency in the arena of public health. It's the wrong type of business case. There are important matters that require regulation, few more so than medical matters.

President Trump got played, and we are all paying for his gullibility, many of us with our very lives.

Thanks very much for your comment.

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Not a Trump fan-boy, but I sincerely do not know what more he could have done with regard to Covid/OWS given the hand he was dealt. If he had fired Fauci and Birx - what would that have looked like? How would the support system that he needed to pull the country through Covid have reacted - media, staff at NIH, CDC, FDA, Pharma, etc.

The NIH and CDC were considered the gold standard across the globe. Even if he knew Fauci sucked, why would he believe that these organizations could not be trusted to forthrightly steer a new tech vaccine through trials? How could he have known that Pfizer was so craven they would cheat the clinical trials?

With regard to his ego, when a batter swings for the upper decks is he only doing so for personal glory. If Trump was gullible and optimistic, then I guess I was too - in a moment of global crisis I never expected to see the selfishness, banality, and ineptitude that was exhibited by the elites of the US.

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He was screwed if he did this or screwed if he did that. He was going to get blamed for every damn death every way you slice it.

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You make very good points and present them in a balanced and fair-minded fashion, Beth.

From the lofty height occupied by a "Monday morning quarterback," 20-20 hindsight induces me to speculate that more attention to the marginalization of Dr. Atlas might have obviated some of the worst excesses of Fauci, Birx et al. I say that because what was going on in that group was within the president's orbit, available for his close analysis.

I wish I could claim that the monumental incompetence and mendacity of our political and medical establishments was no more than I expected, but I'm right there with you and everyone else that now recoils in horror at the depths to which they have sunk.

Thank you for your realistic and measured observations.

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Thanks Ted, I appreciate your thoughts. Dr. Atlas' insertion into the task force is a thread I've pulled on when pondering Trump, Operation Warp Speed, and the bureaucracy response. I am aware from interviews with Dr. Atlas that both Atlas and the administration (those close to Trump) worked hard to get him and keep him on the team. I seem to recall Trump himself may have warned Atlas in advance that a bumpy ride was ahead. The Fauci/Birx/MSM disparagement of Atlas is the kind of evidence one might look at in considering how powerful the current was against a meaningful and holistic Covid response.

As I look backward and forward - and without hyperbole- it seems clear that a serious and long battle is going to have to take place if our institutions are to recover from this. I sincerely do not know if "we" can win this battle. Seems like courage will be the most important commodity in this effort - and perhaps that's a good thing.

We most certainly do not have an absence of experts right now, but we do seem to have an absence of experts with integrity and fortitude.

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It was uncharted waters, and Fauci et al were his "advisers." Retrospective analysis is an easier math.

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Warpspeed only developed it. No one was required to take it until Joe took over. Keep in mind in 2020 covid was predicted to be calamitous. Development was the responsible thing to do. Forcing it while withholding relevant information, and effective therapies was where the crimes began.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

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Trump could at least keep his mouth shut about the vaccine, instead of praising it when it was obvious that it is garbage

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If DeSantis runs, I am voting for him. If it is Trump, then I am voting for him despite the utter madness of endorsing the poison. I hope he takes to heart ALL the evidence that the vax is poison and changes his mind. But he won't mandate it, won't close the country again and I think will allow ppl to get ivermectin again.

It drives me nuts when he praises it. I want to put tape over his piehole.

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Every election is a choice of lesser of two evils. Some say the lesser is still evil, so they abstain, increasing the chances of the greater of the two evils. The universe doesn't care about our desires for perfection. We get what we get. Success comes from making the best choices of those presented to us, or from working to improve the choices. The path to success begins today, not in the voting booth in November 2024. Find your best candidate with a chance and begin your support now. If your candidate loses, it's your fault.

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I agree with everything but the last sentence. I'd be rather narcissistic to hold that view.

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Jun 13, 2022·edited Jun 13, 2022

I respect you immensely but if it was obvious the vax was garbage in 2021-today, we wouldn’t have to come to Substack to share information. Millions of people continue to believe the vax is safe and effective and tout it every chance they get. For the record, I personally believe the vax is garbage but I have loved ones who sincerely believe it is a miracle.

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Beth, If a person with a penis is called a woman and half the people believe it to the depth of their being, does it make the penised individual a woman?

There are a great many things people disagree on, but one side may declare the thing settled and there shall be no more discussion of it. If a person with an opposing viewpoint expresses it, bans, exiles, jobs lost, professional reputations gone. Not because they are wrong or are hurting anyone, but because it goes against what the rulers say is truth.

Getting back to the woman with the penis. What to do if you do not believe the penised is a woman but are told you must believe? If you don't no more job, no more going to restaurants, no more flying home to see nana even when she is on her deathbed? What if the thing you must acquiesce to is a matter of life or death.

Now, imagine money, power, control are in the balance. Imagine if you could convince the world that a disease has come on to the scene and you have been making the antidote for it for a while. If you can get the world to believe they will die without the antidote, you make billions.

What if you are a scared person thinking you will die, take the antidote because everyone on TV says its safe. Later someone tells you that you may have suicided yourself and your family. Do you latch on to that cuz you are Beth the Realist or do you turn on mute and pretend it is all good?

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Most people believe what they're told by apparent authorities. As more people realize the extent of misinformation they've been given, they'll learn to think more for themselves. We can help with that process by being persistent. It will irritate some of them as they confront their worst fears -- that their authorities don't deserve our worship. They'll figure it out eventually.

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Obvious to you and me and a few others. The risks are still being aggressively withheld from most of the world. If we think we know the answers, we should be teaching the others, not just preaching to the choir. If we can't convince the others, we failed, too.

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Agreed. As messy as it is going to get, participation is essential Attacking one another is destructive, it weakens our outdone.

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Thinking it takes 9 months is naive. When facing a predicted disaster to allow fauch to study pie charts for several years is not only naive but cruel. By the time Joe took over we knew it didn't work. That info was withheld from Trump just like the rest of us. The crime was the coverup, not the attempt.

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I agree. BUT he continues on with the praise to this day. People boo him loudly at his own rallies when he does it and he tries to tamp it down. I think his ego (like any other person that runs for POTUS) will not allow for the possibility that the vax is bad. He needs to. If he does come around I will be shocked and think better of him.

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Yeah, at his age, people often resort to reliving past glories. When he's farther gone, he'll start talking about whipping corn pop.

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Biden talking about whipping Corn Pop wasn't a result of old age and remembering past glories. That is a congenital defect of preferring lies to the truth.

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He's making a bad mistake and undermining his own support. Trump makes a lot of blunders. This is one of them. What he probably should be stressing is "the warp speed injections" are clearly a matter of personal choice, No one should be forced to take them under any circumstance. Another thing I think is going to backfire on the Repubicons is the anti-abortion movement. At least in the early term, that should be a matter of personal choice. No one should be forced in the early stages to carry a pregnancy to full term. The claim that a zygote is a fully developed human is bogus. However if you believe that it is, don't have an abortion yourself. Both sides want to force their will on others.

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He does stress that it is a matter of choice to be vaccinated. He just says that getting the vaccine to market so quickly was amazing. That is what people boo him for.

The R's platform (at least) is all human life is valuable. Whether we like it or not, it is a human. I fully understand wanting to side step that. I did it plenty of times when I was very young. BUT, when they give up on sanctity of life, they become D's. Both sides want to force their will. R politicians just lack the spine to do most anything that matters. Most. Not all.

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Few people know the Pfizer trail data only showed the Absolute Risk Reduction of the Pfizer injection was less than 1% and that more people died in the vaccinated group than the placebo group, although those numbers are relatively small and the difference wasn't great.

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Even fewer knew it a year ago. Investigations always take time 20/20 hindsight is never available until later.

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Absolute Risk Reduction of less than 1/2 of 1 percent!!!

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I thought it was .87 of 1%

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I disagree. Big Harma is criminal and to allow that cartel to attempt to make its poison drugs with even less oversight than normal is a crime. Big Harma is not here to make the world healthy. It is a business, here to make money.

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Yes, pharma certainly is a criminal enterprise. But criminals are abundant, everywhere. It's the duty of everyone to protect themselves, and the duty of government to protect society. Corrupt government enables criminals, making it necessary for us to protect ourselves from both the criminals and the corrupt government. That sucks, but it's the way it is. Fix government first, then prosecuting criminals becomes easier.

Walmart and Sally's Flower Shop are also here to make money, but usually aren't criminals. We need both, and we need pharma. The criminals must be prosecuted and business integrity restored. Those who don't need cheap Chinese knick knacks, or flowers, or drugs, don't have to buy them. Others will.

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That's the primary reason I didn't take it. Now I've learned a lot more that suggests I made the proper decision for my own well being. From the outset, I haven't been sick, but of course each day is a new one and offers new challenges. Predicting the future is very difficult.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

this biden ?? common ... trump was on top of it. remember his get boosted campaign.

https://www.thefirsttv.com/watch-joe-biden-promises-to-import-3-7-bottles-of-baby-formula-to-the-united-states/

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Warpspeed was/is a Trojan horse military operation (commanded by Lt. General) with a medical twist. Biden just took over the plan including mandates!

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Military are just regular people with better discipline and better guns. No problem using them to manage complex logistics. Trump developed options. Joe developed fascist dictates.

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This is the sane and rational view point. It's not like there are loads of perfect people running for President, and somehow Trump was much worse than all the others. 40% of the people think Biden is doing a good job.

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Fewer every day approve Joe. The big problem is large numbers have religious loyalty to any politician. Anybody who loves any politician is either neurotically dependent, Stockholm syndrome, or is part of the scam, a sycophant, a court eunuch.

Competent government comes from constant, active participation by the governed. Our complacent society thinks if we pull the handle every 4 years we've done our job. The past 4 years should show everyone that's not reliable.

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I write many messages to my so called representatives. Everyone says I'm wasting my time. I can tell you with absolute certainty the public by in large is completely brainwashed by MSM propaganda. When your doctor is one of them, it's a really bad omen.

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When it seems the whole world is against you, you can either surrender or change your tactics. First step is join up with others. You are not alone.

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Mine are sick of me. I send thank you notes and “well done” comments as well.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022

Agreed they were neutered first well before vaccines. So now they voluntarily have subjugated themselves because they have the inability to think beyond threir acquired intransigence

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40%? These must be all of his fake Twitter followers. Anyone who thinks this clown is doing a good job doesn’t live in the real world or drinks the party propaganda Koolaid.

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People here generally more nuanced. We see probable malice in Trump.

This in no way means we like Biden. Those that say this: GROW UP.

Trump has duty to vet his people, on a continual basis... get outside opinions. He has blame

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So you don't like Trump and don't like Joe. So you end up with Joe. How's that working for you? Nuance means you lose. We don't often get good choices. Success comes from making the best choice from the available options.

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I voted for Trump x2. Deep anguish.

I would have taken a bullet before voting for biden..

You don't get it...

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It's not religion, or marriage, just tactical. If it doesn't work, regroup and try again.

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Biden from the outset was choice similar to eating a plate of dog poo. I don't think he actually won the election with legitimate votes. He's the illegitimate Resident dictator now. He has been far worse than anyone could have possibly imagined. The injections didn't rollout until just before the end of Trump's 1st term. What some people on this forum are upset about is that Trump is still pushing the injections now. That probably is a blunder on his part, but most people I know still believe in the injections. The new doctor I go to for one. Even when presented with the evidence most people are extremely reluctant to accept the idea that they don't really work and can be dangerous. Dr. Malone is right. It really is Mass Formation Psychosis.

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Whether fraud or not, 2020 was a very close election, meaning half the country either likes incompetent government or is stupid. Joe or a problem, but the half of the country that is either corrupt or stupid is a much bigger problem.

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Many of Trump's picks could not have been worse

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The good ones are always too busy to work for government. Working for the president is always like jury duty. It's mostly people not smart enough to get out of it, with a few noble volunteers. Sometimes we get enough volunteers to make it work, sometimes we get the dregs. Most who did volunteer knew it would be a thankless job, probably dangerous.

Maybe we need a draft for government service.

Would you have worked for Trump, if asked?

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Interesting question. I haven't given it much thought. I'm retired, so committing to any long term work commitment is not really in my play book. I did talk to a guy in Hawaii who did work for Trump. FWIW, I'm a former US Peace Corps volunteer in the Micronesia I group..

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Yes, but then Biden absolutely set new lows

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Why would anyone ever believe that covid would calamitous? It was an obvious fraud from the beginning.

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No, it wasn't obvious. The fraud was wide and sophisticated. 20/20 hindsight is always better, but seldom available.

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You mean the very beginning when people were dying and nobody knew how to properly treat it? Especially the clot/bleed out problem? It took me a month or so to realize something was up propaganda wise. Maybe you are smarter and more perceptive than the average skeptical bear. Kudos!

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Utterly utterly yes.

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Perhaps. Little evidence of that, hidden in the dungeons of Chinese and American bureaucracies. Moaning about conspiracies is fun but never productive. For now, our reality is we have a contagion and a destructive government response. Rational objective is make both stop. Assign blame later.

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What worries me about Trump is that he failed to learn from this fiasco. He keeps going on about the great success of Operation Warp Speed. He is not the right person for the times anymore.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

Agree. He can’t humble himself. I think a great man or woman knows how to be humble. He was wrong about the vaccines even if at the time it seemed the right thing to do. . Clearly those vaccines have proved to be ineffective and harmful. I think if Trump would just come out and say it it would change everything!!

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Absolutely agree Deb

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Here's the problem the Dems are pushing the injections big time. If he comes out against them the Dirty Dems will concoct more new myths to use against Trump. The scientific community should come out against the the injections. I just had my first appointment with a new physician and was honestly horrified, but there is little I can do. The medical community is by enlarge stuck on Auto Pilot, similar to the Boeing 737 MAX or whatever it is actually called.

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Being in the health field, I know many doctors opposed to the shots. They see patients all the time with adverse events. I was just told of a patient who started having seizures a week after her injection. Never had seizures before. One of my patients started having massive migraines after his injection and his blood pressure shot up to 200/120. Never had an issue with high BP. It's everywhere. The number killed are multiple 9/11s.

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I am a HCW at a large, tertiary university-based hospital in the Midwest. Myself and another NP that I work closely with are the only providers that I know who declined the mandatory injection and who received a religious exemption. So far. All of the surgeons that I work with and have known for 20+ years, are injected and boosted. Almost all, including the residents, have been out with COVID. Most symptomatic. But not myself nor the other NP. It’s hard to argue that I’m risking patient lives when I’ve never had it (my blood work shows no evidence of antibodies to C19). Conversely, the docs and patients, most who have had 4 injections, are at greater risk to me! And, yet, the docs and the majority of my elderly patients still believe in the necessity of the vaxx, masks, etc, even for children. It’s sad.

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Sad and irrational.

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They lady I just saw is pro-vaccine and told me Bashar al Assad killed 1,000s of his own people.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022

They love propaganda so much they’ve elected to have it injected too!

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Horrifically, it is not just Operation Warp Speed that is problematic, but the culling of the Great Reset--both which are intimately connected. Trump sees neither, and as he discovered, the inner Deep State tricked him badly, so imagine if he is unaware of the Globalists!

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He definitely fell into a major trap on Jan 6. The Deep State used the same tactics on him that they used on Victor Yanokovitch in 2014. Even pundits like Mark Levin didn't grasp that it was actually an op run by the Democrats. Sure, Trump supporters were involved, but they were sucked in by agent provocateurs working for the Deep State. The goal was to cancel any challenge of the obviously very fraudulent election.

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This was so obvious from the news footage... How could anyone not see it?

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Careful for what you wish. Do you seriously think Biden is the right gender for the job? He's probably not LBGWXYZ&Theta.

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I don't know about his gender, but he does have dementia. It was evident during the primary debates. How the hell did Americans vote for this guy. How, well we know how don't we?

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People didn't vote for Biden, he's a king as the result of a massive number of counterfeit votes of various types, paper or machine swapped.

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Slight correction: operation warpspeed will be regarded as the BEGINNING of a series of the cumulatively worst decisions ever to be made in human history.

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POTUS does not have any power - he did not make that decision - he was told to make the decision - by the same people who control the MSM - who block dissent - who are faking DOD number - and who own the Fed.

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NWO is running things.. but God had determined for how long, and how much evil they will be allowed.

It was obvious last summer nations were no longer Sovereign

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He's just their spokesman -- it's his role to get the message out.

If he would have pushed back he would have been sat down for a viewing of this

https://youtu.be/cueoZa6RJEc

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I do agree. But he sold his Soul to the devil. It’s pathetic that anyone puts their 1 single life above millions.

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I don't imagine he would think of it that way.

End of the day people who run for president have no soul... they are no different that pretty much every attractive famous Hollywood actress... they crave fame... they are obsessed with fame ... they will do ANYTHING to end up on the cover of HELLO magazine. The fame is far more important than the money.

Quite a few of them went willing to Weinstein's bed... cuz fame.

One might argue these actresses have no souls... they certainly have no morals - I suspect you'd find women willing to sacrifice an infant to some god of fame if they thought that would further their careers (rather do that than sleep with the ogre?)

The office of POTUS and pretty much all political offices are not filled by people with souls. We need to get over the myth of the 'most powerful man on the planet who is fighting for us' The politicians are controlled by the same men who are running the CovCON.... jus as the MSM is controlled by them.

There is no point in opposing them... it is impossible. So what you end up with as your fearless leaders are imbeciles on ego trips who get off on the pretence of power -- with a side gig of enriching themselves. Pretty much the same dynamic as Hollywood.

BTW - I have a mate -- scholarship athlete who went to the US and was captain of an Ivy League hockey team - Rhodes scholar --- long career at the top levels of Wall Street --- left that to start a successful fund -- no skeletons in the closet --- he was approached to run for leader of one of the big parties in Canada ... had a sniff around and said what's the point --- the PM has zero power to change anything ... it's basically being a front man for the real power... he took a pass. He does not desire fame .. and he doesn't need the kick backs.

TruDUNCE is perfect for the role ...

The situation is the same the world over. Only men and women who want to indulge their egos, make a few bucks and have no souls to begin with .... end up in these positions.

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Ego indulgence seems to be the order of the day. Well said

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When you are already the victim of a massive disinformation campaign, it's impossible to be some sort of heroic knight in polished black armor.

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Again I am reminded of the Monty Python Black Knight bit.

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I don't follow Trump that closely. All I know is I would take him over any Dem.

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You don't follow him closely, but you are making excuses for him b/c "Dems worse". This is precisely how the fake two party paradigm is designed to work. The Deep State and the Corp. State do what they want and the IPA's of the world just pick a side and defend that side, thus diverting and excusing bullshit, and enabling the Deep State to continue.

Your plan gave you Warp Speed exp. mRNA vaccines. Enjoy it.

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Jun 12, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

No - it was Fauci and Collins. It was a way to ram through the mRNA platform without real testing and now they can make any new formulations without testing at all.

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Yuup. This was all planned. What I am surprised by is the obvious, these people cant survive without the society they are killing. Weird.

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Those wretched people, like the WEF who would like so many of us to disappear don't seem to realize we are on the verge of a population implosion.

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Did President Trump decide on the specific technology for the injections? I seriously doubt it. Trump is a "warp speed' kind if guy, His major experience was with building contractors who we all know can really drag their feet. I think the Injections are in many ways similar to the FIU bridge collapse. The bridge was a crappy experimental design at the outset, but group think pushed on. The thing was constructed, major cracks developed, but the project engineer assured everyone that the cracks were insignificant and that the bridge was safe. FIU had an engineering department, but apparently no one spoke up. It's not Trump that is screwed up, but the entire political system, which in the end controls the Medical Industrial Complex. Early treatment with low cost therapeutics was rejected in favor of an highly experimental technology. Trump had to go with the flow. I don't see him saying, "We need a very traditional conservative approach to the development of a vaccine. There has never been a successful vaccine for any corona virus, but let's spend 10 years more working on a technology that is well known not to work." Trump did secure a large supply of HCQ, but he was knee capped by the likes of Mengele Fauci, and Eva Braun Burkes-Bricks. We are dealing with the Cancel Culture. Anyone who speaks up is out of a job. Even now an extraordinarily large segment of the population is entirely brainwashed on many subjects. Don't buy into all the anti-Trump propaganda. Look at the fool who is in there now. I'll take Trump any day over him or her, or whatever gender it is.

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Hey, I would take my 11-year-old granddaughter over the fool in the White House, or the real people behind him. Yes, Trump went with the flow, but he allowed the cabal of Fauci, Redfied, Birx and even Pence to run roughshod over him. Scott Atlas tried to get across to him the data about masks, lockdowns, etc. but he did listen. You can forgive him making those initial decisions, but here he is two and a half years later, and he is still touting the "vaccines" which everyone knows don't work. While I am not an American, I do have skin in the game as I have investments in Texas. However, I am not wedded to any person, other than the one who stands firm on rational policies. I know many Democrats are leaving that party because they are out to destroy America as we know it. The next Republican has to be the right one, because after that there may not be much of a country left. Look at the damage done in the past couple of years.

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I was never an actually fan of Trump, but I did vote for him over Hillary and of course Biden. But Biden doesn't really count as he's completely illegitimate right out of the box. Whatever he's made out of, it's entirely defective material. American elections come down to a choice between two people. That's the unfortunate reality.

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It's much easier to control by secret societies than a Catholic Monarch...

Patriarchal societies our found in Africa... and look at the heroes and martyrs from there.

Elections... Lenin said who counted was key...

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Commies rerun their plans.

One is: you don't have people hate an idea, or institution. You have them hate 1 man.

We're they doing this with a willing Trump?

Idk

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Trump is flawed, but certainly less so than Hillary or Biden. To be president, you have to win an election. Of course the Democrats cheated Trump out more than they cheated Biden in. Instead of calling it "The Bid Lie", it should be called

"The Big Cheat."

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NWO either way

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isnt ivanka a klaus schwab young leader? i am always puzzled as to why would ivanka and her husband have that huge power? okay trump got the votes, but ivanka??? common ... and we wonder whats going wrong ...

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sorry i dont buy this logic that somehow fauci is responsible. he was the president, the buck stops with him. if you cant handle the heat stay out of the kitchen ... stay in real estate and hotels until someone bails you out again ....

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I'd like to see you in there and see how you handle it. First though you will have to win the election, and at this point in time they are entirely rigged.

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Analogy to FIU bridge is excellent

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The warpspeed name reminds me of goat herder managers who demand 110% stat.

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You think we are pro biden..Biden...

No.

This isn't a cult.

Biden far, far worse.

But Trump betrayed us.

I voted for him2x, and I'd do it again...

But I despise GOP.

DEMS, vastly more.

I get hammered from all sides. I don't care. Trump sold us out. He's a creep. Biden and gang are commies, traitors.

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FWIW, neither major political party represents me. I'm closer to Trump than anyone else. Where is that perfect candidate? Remember to be president you either have to win and election or steal it, as is the case with Biden. Getting sold out by politicians is more common than not.

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Here's the problem. We skeptics are most likely a very small minority. Most people are blind on most subjects.

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This was bigger than Trump. mRNA technology was in the works for a long time before he took office. He got played for sure; the cocky numbskulls who invented and tout the mRNA shots don't know as much about the way they affect the human body as they think. They made it all sound so settled: shot goes in arm, a few muscle cells make spike, immune system gets trained to fight covid. Like a science fair project in high school that had billions of dollars to promote it. We're not at the point where people can be honest about what a flop it's been.

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True. The globalists had this planned for many years prior to Trump.

But this is why they call it “practicing medicine”, doctors have no idea how pharmaceuticals are going to truly affect each patient. Just look at SSRI’s. Humans are nothing more than lab rats to be experimented upon and milked for $$$.

The reason people can’t be honest about what a failure this has been is because the same people pushing it OWN the airwaves. $$$

Never trust the guy selling you the fear and the “cure.”

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SSRIs ADHD meds tranquilizers antipsychotics anti seizure meds... They each and every one impair brain function. And like cud chewing cattle people take them.

I've had gyns push paxil at me for hot flashes. Really. Ummm no. Doctors don't know much at all about these drugs. They know how to prescribe them to everyone though.

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mRNA is good technology. In this case it seems the chosen target of the spike protein was a mistake. They'll be more careful next time.

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It may be "good technology" but I'll bet it's going to turn out to be horrible medicine. The lipid coated nanoparticles of anything, injected carelessly or not, will find their way into organs and as we've seen with the spike, what will happen will probably be largely unanticipated. The real danger is unleashing nerds on people at large, to experiment the way they've done with the covid shots.

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Every new technology has growing pains, misunderstandings, false starts. We adjust and keep working the problems. It's how progress is made. Every failure is an opportunity. Nerds are never the ones calling the shots, they're the ones learning to do it better.

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And I don't think "they" will be more careful next time. Why should they? There have been zero consequences for the covid shots. "They" still think they're heroes.

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Nobody perceives any heroes in this disaster. A few political sycophants and idiots on the View, maybe, but even the dumbest observers know it's a disaster. The consequences are forbidden by the currently dominant regimes. Well replace those regimes soon, and the retribution will begin. Support rational candidates.

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

I agree. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. He was enamored with the idea of being the guy who stopped the pandemic instead of what was best for the people of the US. I loved the Trump presidency. But that decision, made for his ego, was Pandora's Box that fully opened the floodgate of evil with WEF, Soros, Gates and all those who will usher in the end times.

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Just doing his job. He's a germophobe who panicked like everyone else. Given a little more time, he would have figured it out like everyone else. Kirsch, Malone et al took the jab early, then figured it out. They knowca lot more about virology and have fewer distractions than presidents in election years.

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Jun 11, 2022·edited Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

Was Trump stupid, or part of the plan? He said military would help deliver it.... I consider him NWO Filth

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I think there is a part of Trump that is actually quite weak. He allowed himself to be misled by Fauci, Birx and others. Read Scott Atlas' book, "A Plague Upon Our House: My Fight at the Trump White House to Stop COVID from Destroying America". To some degree, I think Trump wants to be loved, which in effect prevents him from being as decisive as someone like DeSantis, who could care less; he just wants to do what he sees is right.

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Who is the perfect person? Obama who is quite deceptive? Tulsi Gabbard who has no traction and who also cannot be trusted? Trump was cheated out of his 2nd term. If you think Biden is the actual people's choice, I have a bridge to sell you.

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I tried to sell that bridge on another substack today.

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I vote for stupid. Or maybe naive.

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I have wondered this as well

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So just who do you have in mind that is better? Adam Schiff?

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Are you kidding, I would never vote for a Democrat. I don't know where you got that idea. Unless someone shows me to the contrary, I think Desantis is a better choice. Look I defended Trump so much here in Australia because people believe the garbage that the media portrays. I actually lost friendships over that. Besides his dementia, I found Biden throughout the years despicable.

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When Desantis is an actual candidate, I certainly would consider him. I think Trump is a poor choice just because there is so much hostility against him. On the the other hand, I'd really like to see the Dems eat it. I think the Dems actually were totally repudiated in 2020 but covered that fact up with their ability to steal the election.

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Yes, Trump comes with too much baggage. Also let's face it, he's my age turning 76. Desantis is what 43? The odds are that something may happen to Trump. I don't think he looks after himself all that well from a health standpoint. But you never know, some people smoke and live to 100.

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Biden stated NWO from video way back. He is a traitor to his country.

Says he's Catholic... he is utterly not.

You deny 1 Catholic teaching and u ain't Catholic. "Pope" Francis, Cuomo, Ted Kennedy, Pelosi, Durbin

These are filth. Not Catholic.

But we have to hear people say it.

Journalists must know basics of Catholic faith...

But they keep saying it. I need nitroglycerin now fir my heart

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We have evil choices.

I voted for trumpx2.

I still think he's criminal.

But Hillary is worse

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I initially supported Jill Stein, but it turns out she wasn't so good either. She had about 200 supporters in Denver, Colorado. Tusi Gabbard in 2020 gained about two delegates, maybe four at the most. Kwanzala Harris gained none. She dropped out before there were any primaries. Who knows how many legitimate votes Biden won? It certainly wasn't 81,000,000 although there are a lot of crazy Dems.

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I stare stunned most of my life... I have never remotely seen anything good in any general election presidential candidate. I'm 62.

Tusi sounds good, but is she wef?

I would never vote pro abortion.

But I think GOP uses that issue...

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Jun 11, 2022Liked by Igor Chudov

He was 100% fraud any way. Some of the conservatives of conscience had his ear but he was warned what would happen if he was bold, ie turning over all the JFK files; Rubio and Graham said they would vote to impeach if he did that.

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Regular vaccines won't work either. Vaccines for coronavirus are insane. It mutates too fast and that's why there's never been a vaccine for the common cold. Which kills plenty of old folks every year.

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That's why I thought it would be a failure from the outset. I had my doubts about the lockdowns and masks too. There is something very fishy about the initial outbreak too. At first no one had it, and then within a very short period of time it had spread throughout the world. We got reports of people dying but no reports of exactly who was dying. How old were they? What were they doing before contracting it. I judged by the cashiers that worked in the businesses that stayed open. I figured they were the most likely to become infected, but it didn't seem many were. At some point I reali