Category Archives: pandemic

Those deadly masks

“Moreover,” the study concludes, “the moderate positive correlation between mask usage and deaths in Western Europe also suggests that the universal use of masks may have had harmful unintended consequences.”

Via Israeli National News

The second booster

Haven’t gotten it yet. May not after hearing from an OCS classmate that he has developed heart trouble, which fits right in with some of the summaries of research I have been reading lately. Also blood clots in both lungs, which rings a bell. Sleep apnea seems to be an outlier. His maker was Pfizer and all he had was the two to start and one booster. Adverse reactions being at a minimum are no comfort when they are striking our small (under fifty) group.

Dims waiting for the truckers

“Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) quote tweeted an article about the American convoy on its way to D.C. by saying, ‘Perfect time to impound and give the trucks to small trucking companies looking to expand their business.’”

That would one-up Trudeau, Canada’s new dictator.

Via PJMedia

Working age deaths up 40%

“So if it’s true that we’re seeing an unprecedented 40% spike in deaths among working-age Americans [age 18-64], don’t be surprised if those people died or took their own lives because their own government and media scared them out of [hospital and doctor visits and] taking care of themselves.”

Via PJMedia

Mediacrats and Brandon

“The Trump interregnum between eight years of Obama and four (?) years of Brandon gave us full employment, a strong economy, plentiful oil and gas, low inflation, a sturdy stock- and real-estate market, and a stable society that was not always at each other’s throats.

“That’s all gone now, replaced by soaring crime rates, domestic totalitarianism, international instability, and a continuing, manufactured and media-whipped hysteria over the ‘pandemic’ as we enter the ‘dark winter’ that candidate Biden promised and is steadily delivering on[.]”

Via Instapundit

Supply chain fix another Dim creation

California’s war on independent (i.e. non-union) truckers created the supply-chain fix of unloaded ships offshore.

“California Democrats and their environmentalist special interests had set out to crush the state’s ports and [independent] trucking industry. Had everything gone as planned, this would have been a slow and gradual process. Costs would have crept up and deliveries would have fallen off without an immediate catastrophic impact. But then the pandemic and its consequences arrived.”

Dims are famous for their fuck-ups.

Via Sultan Knish

Awaiting Wheat’s stone

This is the month the Oklahoma tombstone makers forecast they’d have OCS chum Russell Wheat’s marker up in Higgins, Texas. That was back in May when they had a granite shortage thanks to the Wuhan Virus and various lockdowns. Sure hope they don’t have to extend it to a later month.

Seems increasingly obvious that the virus should be called the Wuhan Virus and not some obscuring name like Covid 19 or the Coronavirus (which you presumably can get if you drink Corona beer).

Via Instapundit