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  1. Aug 2021
    1. We conclude that memory antibodies selected over time by natural infection have greater potency and breadth than antibodies elicited by vaccination.

      Natural immunity is longer lasting and provides better immunity from variants.

    1. The findings in this report are subject to at least five limitations.

      The number of limitations identified would leave me seriously question the conclusions of this report.

    1. In St. Johns County, there were 0 newly reported COVID-19 cases and 0 newly reported COVID-19 deaths on Aug 01, 2021

      Zero Deaths

  2. Jul 2021
    1. The reporters agreed that President Donald Trump’s administration used this muzzling practice — which they consider “pernicious, insidious, awful” — “less frequently than Biden’s team,” which “also used the tactic during the campaign.”

      They all do it but Obama's and Biden's' teams really take the prize and outdid Trump's team at every level.

    2. While these conditions are not new, the frequency of their application has reportedly exploded under the Biden administration. “The practice allows the White House an extra measure of control as it tries to craft press coverage,”

      The control MSM totally and unequivocally

    3. If the reporter wants something more authoritative than an anonymous-sounding source, he or she had to give the Biden administration officials (or campaign managers) the ability to approve the exact wording of the quotation before publication — even if their revision in no way resembles what they originally said.

      Since when do they have to give in to this BS. MSM so-called journalists willingly accept this!

    4. the Biden administration regularly demands the right to revise, rewrite, or remove any quotation made by its officials before it appears in a news story.

      Censorship at the highest level

    1. The top federal prosecutor in Delaware decided to pause a criminal investigation of Hunter Biden months before the 2020 election to prevent the public from learning about it, according to a report.
    1. Incapable of preventing viral infection, binding antibodies can instead trigger paradoxical immune enhancement. What that means is that it looks good until you get the disease, and then it makes the disease far worse than it would have been otherwise. As detailed in my interview with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., in one coronavirus vaccine trial using ferrets, all the vaccinated animals died when exposed to the actual virus.

      They say "follow the science". Well, what about this science? What they really mean to say is "Follow OUR science".

    1. Before the pandemic, daily housekeeping was the norm at most hotels. But Hilton has chosen to get rid of its automatic daily housekeeping services, USA Today reported. Instead, the company will be offering the service to guests only upon request. This new policy starting going into effect at some hotels on July 5.

      Allows them to operate with less staff.

    1. the key take-home message is that two companies stand out head and neck above all others, and that’s BlackRock and Vanguard. Together, they form a hidden monopoly on global asset holdings, and through their influence over our centralized media, they have the power to manipulate and control a great deal of the world’s economy and events, and how the world views it all.

      This is the key to understanding how control is established

    2. The power of these two companies is beyond your imagination. Not only do they own a large part of the stocks of nearly all big companies but also the stocks of the investors in those companies. This gives them a complete monopoly.

      Beyond imagination

    3. What does The New York Times and a majority of other legacy media have in common with Big Pharma? Answer: They’re largely owned by BlackRock and the Vanguard Group, the two largest asset management firms in the world

      The two largest asset management firms in the world own Big Pharma and MSM

    1. solution: ending the Federal Reserve to stop the central planning of our money supply and interest rates, which are artificially suppressed in a way that is most taken advantage of by the top 1%, contributing to growing wealth inequality.

      A possible solution

    2. Blackstone became notorious for swooping in after the housing bubble burst and buying tens of thousands of homes at deeply discounted prices. They then turned them into single-family rentals, taking advantage of the recession

      Taking advantage of the recession

    3. Another giant private equity firm, Blackstone, is also deeply entrenched in U.S. real estate. Blackstone is the largest landlord in the U.S. as well as the largest real estate company worldwide

      Blackstone is the world's largest realtor

    4. “There is a definite pattern and suggests that the role of BlackRock in Washington is far larger than we are being told,”

      Control over Washington

    5. To put this into perspective, BlackRock, an investment firm, has more power than most governments on Earth, and it also controls the Federal Reserve, Wall Street mega-banks like Goldman Sachs and the WEF’s Great Reset

      More power than most governments

    6. BlackRock and Vanguard are at the top of a pyramid that controls basically everything, but you don’t hear about their terrifying monopoly because they also own the media.

      They own MSM

    7. If the average American is pushed out of the housing market, and most of the available housing is owned by investment groups and corporations, you become beholden to them as your landlord. This fulfills part of the Great Reset’s “new normal” dictum — the part where you will own nothing and be happy. This isn’t a conspiracy theory; it’s part of WEF’s 2030 agenda.
    8. While they’re competing with middle-class Americans for the homes, the average American has virtually no chance of winning a home over an investment firm, which may pay 20% to 50% over asking price,5 in cash

      Paying 20% to 50% over asking in cash

    9. A report by the Urban Institute found half those aged 18 to 34 were spending upward of 30% of their income on rent, making them “rent-burdened.”2 Meanwhile, median housing prices increased 28% in the last two years,3 pricing some out of the market.