EXPLOSIVE – About All These “New” Positive COVID Cases – State Health Departments Manipulating Data, Changing Definitions..

This is very interesting.  The document described in the video below is available HERE.  Research into state health regulations by Fog City Midge shows that new guidance for the definition of COVID-19 positive infections is likely the biggest background cause in a dramatic upswing in positive test results.  WATCH:


This revelation would explain exactly why those who construct the reporting systems are pushing so hard for contact tracing.  According to the new guidance anyone who comes into contact with a person who tests positive is now also considered positive. [pdf link]

Nice convenient way to inflate the infection rate.  The verified source is Here



In order to support the most important political objectives of the DNC writ large in the 2020 election, COVID-19 hype is essential:

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot easily achieve ‘mail-in’ voting; which they desperately need in key battleground states in order to control the outcome.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot shut down rallies and political campaigning efforts of President Trump; which they desperate need to do in key battleground states.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot block the campaign contrast between an energetic President Trump and a physically tenuous, mentally compromised, challenger.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats do not have an excuse for cancelling the DNC convention in Milwaukee; thereby blocking Team Bernie Sanders from visible opposition while protecting candidate gibberish from himself.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats do not have a mechanism to keep voters isolated from each-other; limiting communication and national debate adverse to their interests.  COVID-19 panic pushes the national conversation into the digital space where Big Tech controls every element of the conversation.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot keep their Blue state economies easily shut-down and continue to block U.S. economic growth.  All thriving economies are against the political interests of Democrats.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot easily keep club candidate Joe Biden sealed in the basement; where the electorate is not exposed to visible signs of his dementia.

♦Without COVID-19 panic it becomes more difficult for Big Tech to censor voices that would outline the fraud and scheme.  With COVID-19 panic they have a better method and an excuse.

♦Without COVID-19 panic Democrats cannot advance, influence, or organize their preferred presidential debate format, a ‘virtual presidential debate’ series.

[Comrade Gretchen Whitmer knows this plan, hence she cancelled the Michigan venue]

All of these, and more, strategic outcomes are based on the manufactured weaponization of the COVID-19 virus to achieve a larger political objective.  There is ZERO benefit to anyone other than Democrats for the overwhelming hype surrounding COVID-19.

It is not coincidental that all corporate media are all-in to facilitate the demanded fear that Democrats need in order to achieve their objectives.  Thus there is an alignment of all big government institutions and multinationals to support the same.

Nothing is coincidental. Everything is political.

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803 Responses to EXPLOSIVE – About All These “New” Positive COVID Cases – State Health Departments Manipulating Data, Changing Definitions..

  1. WeThePeople2016 says:

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  2. In Dallas County, “suspected” COVID ICU admissions is going down from the peak which occurred on May 25th. And this includes cases under the revised definition.

    Notice how they use “suspected”. WTH. Are they not testing ICU patients for actual COVID infection at this point?

    Hospital bed utilization in Dallas County stands at 70% of capacity. I would think that is a normal hospital occupancy. It certainly ins’t crisis point. And the increase in utilization is likely related to the re-opening of general medical/doctor care, not COVID. They basically shutdown all healthcare services to make way for the first wave of COVID which was supposed to overwhelm our capacity. It never happened. Hospitals are returning to treating general elective surgery patients and illnesses.

    Patients on ventilators has increased only slightly. At 37% of capacity for Dallas County. Certainly not close to crisis mode. And how many of these are actual COVID vs. suspected COVID, or non COVID, we don’t have the data.

    The whole thing is fishy. I hope Gov. Abbott holds the line.


  3. Meanwhile effective cures for COVID are systematically suppressed. See this site:


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  4. dufrst says:

    More panic by you know who…

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnyflower5 says:

      Fauci warns new coronavirus MANIPULATION may cause virus to spread rapidly.

      Liked by 3 people

    • sammie2 says:

      More rapidly than the original models that suggested it was spread at instantaneous contact of less than 6 feet?

      How is it going to do that? – does it have its micro jet powered transport to get around the country?

      Perhaps it will mutate to become so powerful it will start infecting people back in time and only Dr Fauci and his multi-trillion dollar time travel vaccine machine will save us.

      Is there no lie these liars will not stoop to say and no lie so stupid people will no longer continue to believe them?

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      • northwoodswatcher says:

        You cannot debate with a leftist.

        Facts are of zero value to a leftist.

        Presenting facts and making logical arguments are for the purpose only of informing and updating conservatives and also to try to convince those on the fence to vote conservative.

        But trying to be rational to a leftist is the most lost of lost causes.

        You’re talking about people to whom lying is second nature.

        As Newman’s Henry Gondorff instructed Redford’s Johnny Hooker about Shaw’s Doyle Lonnegan in “The Sting”:
        “You’re talkin’ about a guy who’d kill a grifter over a chunk of money that wouldn’t support him for two days!”

        The crazed, drooling, bloodthirsty leftists like the street scum in the protest-for-hire riots —not to mention Pelosi/Schumer and her/his fellow Congressional demonRATs, along with the demonRAT mayors and governors — would kill conservatives over a chunk of money that wouldn’t support them for two seconds.

        Leftists make Lonnegan look like a piker.

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      • northwoodswatcher says:

        I read that most viral mutations tend to make the virus less effective, not more.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Debra says:

          Exactly. But, the little man conveniently leave that tidbit out of his fear monger IG . . .

          Liked by 5 people

        • Jenevive says:

          I heard that one of the TV doctors said that the viruses mutate and become
          less deadly because if they killed all thier hosts then the virus dies out
          so they mutate to less deadly to basically stay alive.

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          • Let’s try not to confuse virulence with lethality. They are separate aspects of a pathogen. Viral mutations are most often less deadly than original appearances, but also often adaptations of increased virulence – you can catch it more easily. As you suggest, it’s an adaptation to better ensure the virus survives.

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            • trialbytruth says:

              Mikey do you support the guidelines presented here.? Do you think they are appropriate?


            • lftpm says:

              Actually, virulence has historically referred to an organism’s propensity to damage hosts’ vital organ-systems, particularly with respect to causing permanent damage and or death. In this context SARS and MERS would be more virulent than “common cold” coronaviruses.

              I learned this definition from textbooks and courses in virology and microbiology, and from clinical training in internal medicine / infectious disease.

              That was decades ago, so maybe the definition has changed.

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              • The terms do morph in use. I chose the word lethality because general readers do not understand the more current term morbidity. Anyway, having explained that how likely a pathogen is to be able to kill you is a different consideration from how easily it can spread Is the relevant point.

                Colds are less deadly than Ebola, but easier to acquire, for example. Robust viruses with multiple vector and fomite path availability can spread too quickly for contact tracing to work. So far COVID-19 has been confounding earlier assumptions like “only affects the old”, and “will disappear as weather gets warm”. It’s also looking like it can suspend in air, not just in droplets, making it easier to encounter and acquire.


        • Yes, north, it is the death throe of viruses as they search for a host to infect. Herd immunity makes that difficult.. People better get out and mingle and shake hands and hug and go to the beach and sit in the sun. Nature’s way of getting rid of viruses.


    • roy1982blog says:

      How is this man still on the task for e and why is he not sent to the curb? Can’t he just be found ‘past away in his sleep’ or something like Justice Scalia? The Left wouldn’t hesitate, why can’t we play dirty like they do when you KNOW there is a saboteur making decisions to destroy the country just to destroy it. This man has had too much reign for too long and this is like a narcotic to him. He’s back for another fix.


      • laurelmarycecilia says:

        I thought Pence was the head of the WuFlu task force……… why is he continuing to give Fauci a podium

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        • Doug43 says:

          Can you imagine the s*storm that would arise if at this point Trump fired Fauci? The Dems and their media accomplices would go crazy. It would dominate the news for at least the next month and they would be using it in campaign ads and media attacks right up to election day. If he were fired right now (and I think it is a good possibility he is trying to be fired), the House Dems will have him in committee hearings non-stop and when not in those hearings, he will be on every media outlet trashing Trump every day and every hour until election day. I agree he should go, but let it happen after the election.

          In the mean time, I think Trump and Pence should keep this enemy close. They should not hesitate to say they disagree when he engages in his fear mongering and exaggerations, but also say they keep him around because they want to hear all sides and viewpoints from the experts so they can make the best decisions based on the advice they get. Marginalize him while keeping him close. Let heads explode among the Dems and media. Fire him after the election.

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        • Bob Biermann says:

          Fauci the fraud is a,Democrat. Trump and Pence know that. So is Dr. Scarf Birx. When this collapses before Fall, Fauci and Birx become the ones to blame, not Trump. The Democrats are now too invested in those two to walk away. Their only chance id to hype the numbers.


        • Kim Joins says:

          This is a good question…worth researching. From one source–Pence *chose* Fauci and Birx to work with him [Source 2020.03.19 – Amazing Polly – We Are Being Played [plagued] – Introducing PEPFAR & Birx – https://youtu.be/RSfP8sXtMbk%5D

          I have found probably 8-10 articles/sources of Fauci mentions–due to his incompetence…maybe he is trying to confuse everyone to keep us fighting? Mask, no mask, school, open or not, vaccine, therapeutic treatments, prophylactic treatments…what is it we’re supposed to do? So, someone is a fall guy.

          Our numbers may fall to “below epidemic levels”, which may be something “they” are trying to avoid…who knows!?!


    • Buckeye says:

      Fauci has warned about a lot of things and he’s been wrong every time. Every time. Every single time. How many of us in the private sector would still have a job if we had his record? I apologize if this has been said but it’s needs repeated.

      Liked by 11 people

    • Amy2 says:

      I’ll say it. This guy is evil.

      Liked by 3 people

    • MJJ says:

      “The most hateful grief of all human griefs is this, to have knowledge of the truth but no power over the event.”
      ― Herodotus

      Liked by 5 people

    • lftpm says:

      For good or ill, mandatory mask donning is being widely imposed.

      As ever-increasing numbers of people recover from Covid infections, the mask rules will have to be modified so that people who test positive for Covid antibodies, but negative for Covid virions, are able to go mask-free.

      Perhaps they will be able to go to their county health departments and city halls, show their test results (positive antibodies = immunity, negative virions=no longer infected), and get green armbands that say “Covid-Free”, so they can go shopping without upsetting anyone.


    • F.D.R. in Hell says:


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    • ncbirdnerd says:

      ^^ Like

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    • Eagle61 says:

      As a follow-up and bulwark to the above, please see previous studies regarding the efficacy of wearing masks during previous influenza outbreaks.


      Conclusion Regarding That Masks Do Not Work

      No RCT study with verified outcome shows a benefit for HCW or community members in households to wearing a mask or respirator. There is no such study. There are no exceptions.

      Likewise, no study exists that shows a benefit from a broad policy to wear masks in public (more on this below).

      Furthermore, if there were any benefit to wearing a mask, because of the blocking power against droplets and aerosol particles, then there should be more benefit from wearing a respirator (N95) compared to a surgical mask, yet several large meta-analyses, and all the RCT, prove that there is no such relative benefit.

      Masks and respirators do not work.

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      • wondering999 says:

        Early on during the Covid panic, a rational commenter here at the Treehouse noted that the mask would keep you from touching infected surfaces and then touching your mouth/nose/face, as many people are in the habit of doing. That made sense to me. The mask reminds you to NOT touch and infect yourself, if you are in a high-risk area; but the mask does squat to protect you from airborne particles if somebody just exploded a mighty boogery sneeze all over the premises.

        I think a mask would serve a similar purpose, to remind people to use their hand sanitizer and be extra careful if dealing with someone wearing a mask, because that person might be sick. I think that has been the purpose and function in Asia, where people have customarily worn masks when they have colds/are recovering from flu etc. It serves to warn you that the risk is a little higher in your encounter.

        But lf everybody and their doggie is wearing a mask, that clue is lost

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    • ADDgolfer says:

      Good reminder two month out
      Imagine if these revelations were spoken at the main square instead relegated to the back allies
      Why, we’d as a country be back to normal, more aware when the ‘next one’ comes
      Yet, we aren’t

      No offense, who remembers it tomorrow
      The main square is where the traction is, where the legs are attached (trending)

      I know…
      insert Eeyore here


  5. Joseph Chicoine says:

    Wow I didn’t know so-called “Republican” governors were helping to elect a Democrat president. The UniParty strikes. Thank you Sundance for opening my eyes

    Liked by 3 people

    • Skippy says:

      Excellent! Thanks for posting and keep us updated please!

      Liked by 2 people

    • jazzbogie says:

      Why isn’t this physician giving HCQ+ Zythromycin (Zpack) + Zinc? Learned yesterday from Incite Analytics of Tempe, AZ that the four countries with the best results have all treated with this HCQ protocol (sounded like treated with this protocol exclusively). Curious that he doesn’t even mention it. Why am I skeptical that he is even a real “doctor”?

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      • henry says:


        Mike Hansen, MD, is a medical doctor who is both an internist and an intensivist, as well as a pulmonologist. In other words, he specializes in (and is board certified in) internal medicine, pulmonary disease, and critical care medicine.

        Between medical school, postgraduate training, and his actual practice of medicine, Dr. Hansen has dedicated over 15 years of his life to understanding how to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases that affect adults.

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        • Mariposa323 says:

          I get that this is a real virus , but he totally lost the argument by saying that simply because we don’t know much about the virus we ALL have to social distance and wear masks for the less than 1% of the population that will suffer a fatality . He talks about randomized control studies for therapeutics , yet those same randomized studies aren’t required to test the efficacy of social distancing and masks .
          Lately I feel that I’m going crazy with so many contradicting medical information … I finally decided , we are at a point where between the political agendas and the money agendas ( 15 k per Covid admission and 40 k per ventilator,or Remdisivir at 3000 k ) medicine writ large can no longer be trusted . This is STILL only the tip of the iceberg with the billions already invested in tracking of the whole human race and the subsequent pushing of vaccines . No way on earth will I be induced to give any of these people my medical information .

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          • Sharon says:

            “….medicine writ large can no longer be trusted….”

            YES. THIS!

            When I observed over the past few months that the “medical industry” never once pushed back regarding the increasing damage to individuals because of postponed diagnostic procedures, highly-indicated biopsies, supportive treatments for already diagnosed situations—–NEVER ONCE did they push back as a group, from any of their high-falutin’ “associations of this ‘n that” – – – NEVER ONCE.

            I no longer assume that the emphasis they are putting on any particular procedure is valid.

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        • lftpm says:

          Dr. H attended St. George University School of Medicine in Grenada. (Reagan’s invasion was purportedly intended to rescue SGU’s American students.)

          Not to be a snob, but as a USMG, I worked with a few US citizens who attended Mexican and Caribbean med schools that were specifically created to provide medical educations to affluent Americans who were rejected by US medical schools, and for whatever reasons, were either rejected by, or were accepted by, but chose not to go to osteopathic school, the most popular option for US medical school rejects.

          This doctor is not very old. When I applied to med school in the 70’s, the Vietnam War and the postwar Carter recession caused medical school applications to skyrocket. Every public university in California had a 4-6% acceptance rate. The overall national rate of admitted students / applicants was 33%. Of the 67% who were rejected, nearly all would have made good doctors–vastly larger numbers of doctor-wannabe freshman college students had already been weeded out in freshman chemistry or sophomore organic chemistry: four chemistry “B”s” at that time were “fatal”. Thousands of other doctor-wannabes whose chem grades were “on the cusp” decided not to apply to med school after receiving and reviewing their MCAT results.

          The economy under Reagan, and his successors, and the end of the Vietnam draft (and coveted med school draft exemptions) caused med school applications to plummet. The standing advisement that you needed a 3.7+ GPA dropped to 3.4-3.5.

          In addition, many new med schools were built, and many established schools enlarged their entering classes. In addition, at least one program in Philadelphia offered rejected students an alternative pathway to US med school admission. Rejects were taught the med school 2-year basic science curriculum, and the top 50-60% were able to achieve admission to a full-4-year US medical school. (I advised one young man to do this: it worked! His problem was he had a 3.8 Berkeley GPA and solid MCATs, and he had spent 2 years doing lab research, but he wanted to become a community practitioner.

          Yet, aside from the inspiration of his own family doctor, and an MD uncle, he had no sound experience to justify his goal. I advised him to volunteer at a free clinic for a year or two: he loved it, and got a good rec letter. His major obstacle at that point was being a 25 year old applicant among a sea of 22 year old college seniors. He made interview (top 20-30% of applicants) at a couple schools, but was ultimately rejected. So he went to the Drexel Pathway to Med School program, then to Drexel’s regular med school.

          So, basically, US citizen Foreign Medical Graduates = International Medical Graduates of the post-Carter era have reasons for not attending US med schools. A major drawback to attending schools like St. George’s University in Grenada is being only eligible for low-ranked residency programs that don’t attract USMGs, so they primarily or exclusively train IMG’s (most of them from South Asia and the Middle East).

          That Dr. H is triple-board certified comports with many osteopaths’ and immigrant doctors doing same: they make up for career-limiting offshore MD/MBBS and US DO degrees by earning advanced US-university-training-based subspecialty certificates.


      • Abster says:

        I was also curious as to why no HCQ. Odd as it seems to be a proven, inexpensive remedy…

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    • chemman says:

      The problem with this video is that the doctor sees the worst of the worst cases so care needs to be taken by anyone watching not to extrapolate across the board for the epidemic. What he said was good.relating to the narrow area he is working in

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    • Due Gonzalez says:

      The doctors statement that the virus is very contagious and his rationale were both suspect. 1) it appears less contagious than originally thought. Is the reason he is seeing something different because these are truly ill patients in an enclosed environment vs healthy people outside? Sounds like he’s pushing the fear to me.

      2) he calls it contagious because the patient was not positive for COVID earlier in the stay and now has the virus and required vent?? Really?? ICUs and hospitals have hospital acquired infections all the time due to lax infection control practices. That’s were he really lost me.

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  6. Oldspeak says:

    Truth to power by Herman Mashaba, a political leader in South Africa over the devastation done to the economy. Note contains some colorful language, well worth the view, not that anything will be done about it sadly. Anyway a good perspective on what is happening elsewhere in the world due to the Rona panic. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjIipLjxLHqAhWUOcAKHVwGCaUQ_1N6BAgCEAw&url=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2FHermanMashaba%2Fstatus%2F1279004848814505990%3Fref_src%3Dtwsrc%255Egoogle%257Ctwcamp%255Eserp%257Ctwgr%255Etweet&usg=AOvVaw192qPO1TCA9NWwNQFl7isq

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  7. pristach says:

    I’m sorry but this is not tangential. The Ford Foundation just published a study in support of hydroxychloroquine as an effective, first line, early intervention treatment of COVID.

    The POTUS or team needs to push back with this study and counter the countless narrative engineering of this virus.

    Immediately, POTUS needs to forcefully make the case that this was not a naturally occurring virus. It was man made, in China. The evidence is there.

    Liked by 6 people

    • technoaesthete says:

      Not to mention that a second (or is it third?) medical study of HCQ has been retracted from a peer reviewed journal. Their attempt to discredit HCQ is discrediting themselves instead. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch.

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      • ILOT says:

        It’s a follow the money thing, as almost always. Fauci is tied in with Gilead and it is extremely odd that the FIRST CV19 case was diagnosed in the US on January 20th, while the Remdisivir (treatment for CV19 pushed by Fauci) had it’s patent applied for on January 21. The origins of the patent are the Wuhan Virology Lab (yes, that Wuhan) and all the key players are tied in.

        The big money players know money in health is made in one of 3 ways;
        1. Pharmaceuticals
        2. Medical devices
        3. Vaccines, treatments and related research

        Fauci is all in on #3 since #1 is so 1990’s.

        Supporting link:


        • technoaesthete says:

          “It’s a follow the money thing, as almost always.”
          Of course, but it is also a disagree with Pres. Trump just for the sake of disagreement thing, too. The problem, for those with consciences, is that politicizing science has caused an unnecessary loss of lives by those with TDS.


  8. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    Anybody know anything about Julian?

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Minuteman says:

    It takes two people to lie. One to tell it and one to believe it.

    Looks like somebody’s not holding up their end of the deal.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. I think Dr. Faucet should meet Dr, Kevorkian for a “heart to heart” conversation.

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  11. The American Patriot says:

    They have to be kept for appearances only so their fanclub does not suspect they have been fired.

    After the cameras are off and the interviews are over, they are escorting by SS immediately off grounds.

    Trump does not have to report certain firings due to the obvious reaction

    Liked by 1 person

    • Magabear says:

      If they have been fired, they would have been on every fake news outlet by now wailing over their mistreatment by orange man bad.

      You need to stop with this fantasy of yours, as much as we all wish it were true.

      Liked by 2 people

  12. Deborah Fehr says:

    already removed off the internet…no joke.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Magabear says:

    If you’re driving and a top or bottom of the hour “news” update is coming on, switch the channel immediately, or else you will bombarded by WhuFlu fear porn. 40 states with rising WhuFlu cases, oh my! 😲 And the President is going to a July 4th event where people might not be wearing masks and socially distancing! 😲

    Liked by 4 people

    • Screaming Eagle says:

      Your are dead right Magabear! I immediately turn the volume off at those news breaks. Its all “TRUMP STEPS IN DOO-DOO AGAIN”, propaganda bullshit. FOX radio is the worst. (I’m Lisa Lasera, I’m Cammie McCormick, and this is FOX news radio.) FOX radio news is the conduit for virtue signaling to the Left. Thanks Murdock brats. I listen to Rush, Hannity, Terry Maxwell (Bakersfield, CA), and then Mark Levin. I just turn off the volume when these azzhulls start to spew their scripted talking points, or, what I call their “orders”….. When I lived in Washington state (Auburn), it was the same crap. (I’m Dave Ross, I’m Aaron Katersky, and your listening to ABC news radio). ……….Uhmn, no I’m not !!

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      • Magabear says:

        The one on CBS radio news, think its Pam Colter, is the worst. Breathless delivery of the latest fake news storyline.


    • Kay123 says:

      I agree Magabear…
      I want proof that you can test ANYTHING….

      Yes people can die with extreme cold complications.
      But we don’t lock down the country and imprison
      people in their homes…. for ANY OF THE CHI-COM
      VIRUSES, (Sars, Mersa, swine flu, and all the other
      heinz 57 varieties they produce. )

      STOP TRADING with them. ..for pete’s sake.

      OMGOSH….. Katie bar the door!!
      Heaven forbid if someone has a COMMON COLD

      If you swab a cucumber and it tests positive…. we
      will all know the jig is up. Dogs test positive hmmm….

      They lie and say that meat, fish, cannot transfer the virus…
      REALLY??. Scientifically… they lie.

      Why are almost all meat and fish processors sick…..
      OH…wait….. surely not from the food they handle…. right ??

      Does anyone have a live brain cell anywhere ?? Stop
      eating CHI-COM- meats and fish. They could reinfect
      the entire nation with every shipload.

      “Our UNIPARTY” would benefit yugely by
      —- just saying….😉….

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    • swissik says:

      Moreover, every newscast I see on tee vee specifically mentions that Herman Cain attended the Tulsa rally and is now in hospital with the virus.


  14. California Joe says:

    Anybody have the video of Fauci’s contradictions and mistakes? It was posted here a few days ago????

    Liked by 1 person

  15. California Joe says:

    How is that possible when colleges have been closed for months and dorm students sent home. It’s just more fake news!

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Winston says:

    SARS-CoV-2 – The most logical explanation is that it comes from a laboratory

    The well-known Norwegian virologist Birger Sørensen and his colleagues have examined the corona virus. They believe it has certain properties which would not evolve naturally. These conclusions are politically controversial, but in this interview he shares the findings behind the headlines.

    2 Jul 2020


    “We have examined which components of the virus are especially well suited to attach themselves to cells in humans. And we have done this by comparing the properties of the virus with human genetics. What we found was that this virus was exceptionally well adjusted to infect humans.”

    He pauses for a second.

    “So well that it was suspicious,” he adds.


    “There are several factors that point towards this,” says Sørensen. “Firstly, this part of the virus is very stable; it mutates very little. That points to this virus as a fully developed, almost perfected virus for infecting humans.

    “Secondly, this indicates that the structure of the virus cannot have evolved naturally. When we compare the novel coronavirus with the one that caused SARS, we see that there are altogether six inserts in this virus that stand out compared to other known SARS viruses,” he goes on explaining.

    Sørensen says that several of these changes in the virus are unique, and that they do not exist in other known SARS coronaviruses.

    “Four of these six changes have the property that they are suited to infect humans. This kind of aggregation of a type of property can be done simply in a laboratory, and helps to substantiate such an origin,” Sørensen points out.


    Sørensen is therefore quite confident that the virus has originated in a laboratory.

    “I think it’s more than 90 percent certain. It’s at least a far more probable explanation than it having developed this way in nature”, Sørensen responds.

    Sørensen also highlights other data than those related to the virus’ properties:

    “The properties that we now see in the virus, we have yet to discover anywhere in nature. We know that these properties make the virus very infectious, so if it came from nature, there should also be many animals infected with this, but we have still not been able to trace the virus in nature.

    “The only place we are aware of where an equivalent virus to that which causes Covid-19 exists, is in a laboratory. So the simplest and most logical explanation is that it comes from a laboratory. Those who claim otherwise, have the burden of proof,” Sørensen says.

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    • StanH says:

      Yes indeed the Wuhan Con. Released by the “ruling” class to put a cork on the reemerging nationalism that was sweeping the globe, lead by our fearless President Trump. Now they are in the mayhem phase.

      The better question is: “what wouldn’t they do?”

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      • wondering999 says:

        What *wouldn’t they do* — take their ill-gotten billions, just go away and leave the rest of us alone to live our unspectacular-ordinary-fun lives

        It doesn’t take a billion to make me happy. A day of good weather, nice garden, happy heathy family and neighbors, sweaty work and some decent fun & games and I’m set. I don’t need their excesses and neuroses

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  17. Kaco says:

    I don’t know where I got this link now, I can’t find if it was on this article or in one of the Presidential threads.

    But this looks like testimony for a Senate committee.

    I will highlight some pieces, some may recognize the name Dr. Paul Marik.

    Click to access Testimony-Kory-2020-05-06-REVISED.pdf

    “I want to start by saying that I am part of a group of physicians which include several of the most highly
    published and well-known critical care experts in the country and world (Drs. Paul Marik, Umberto
    Meduri, Joseph Varon and José Iglesias). In response to the COVID crisis we formed the Front-Line
    Critical Care Working group, our protocol can be found at covid19criticalcare.com”

    “Finally, we want it to be known that with the support of several physician colleagues and members of the media, we have tried to share our protocol widely. In fact, we know that it reached the White
    House for review on at least two, and soon to be three, occasions — the first a month ago via a
    member of Jared Kushner’s COVID response team. We understand that it generated considerable
    interest until supposedly the N.I.H. and C.D.C. pushed back against it, instead seemingly favoring antiviral and vaccine therapy. Later, Dr. Paul Marik was interviewed by former Speaker Newt Gingrich on his weekly podcast, Mr. Gingrich asked me and Dr. Marik to write a document outlining the rationale behind the therapy so that he could bring it to the White House for review. Still no response. Now this week, the editor of the American Spectator, Emmett Tyrrell, after publishing an article about our group and our protocol, asked us to write a letter to President Trump. We hope it gets to him.”

    Liked by 6 people

  18. woodworker says:

    And the County Commissioners are ALL Republicans! Apparently there is a small herd of RINOs in Collin County, TX

    Liked by 4 people

  19. The document was removed from Scribed. Hmmmm.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. dbobway says:

    My moral capacity cannot fathom the amount of people involved in this group think,
    Without one, just one human being coming forward, proudly wearing his leftist label, and tell the truth, about the evil, criminal acts of his ilk.

    Liked by 4 people

    • sturmudgeon says:

      dbobway… Amazing (& deeply disturbing) isn’t it? Thanks for your post… I believe there are many people who have the same thought.

      Liked by 3 people

  21. James F says:

    If masks work why didn’t they just give prisoners masks instead of releasing them?

    Liked by 16 people

  22. Snailmailtrucker says:

    Never Ever EVER Believe a word that comes out of a Democrat’s Mouth !
    EVER !

    Liked by 5 people

  23. Summer says:

    Liked by 5 people

  24. Sentient says:

    The front page of Drudge (now enemy territory) shows a map of the states with lots of new “cases” and those with few new cases. NY and MN are now supposedly laudably case-free. Here (below) is a tweet from May 4th from a doctor at the University of MN (who is running a trial on Losartan as treatment for COVID19). Back then he was lamenting the high infection transmission rate in MN. It’s really rather simple that the areas that had high transmission rates earlier have low transmission rates now – because there are so many now-immune people there (some, but not all, of whom show up on serological studies). That’s why NY looks better now – because they had it worse earlier. And it’s why Florida will look like they “beat the virus” in a couple months. Also, people being infected now are suffering few symptoms – because they’re chock- full of vitamin D! Dems are riding the wrong horse.

    Liked by 2 people

    • wondering999 says:

      Exactly. If you’re going to catch this crap virus, catch it now, in the summertime when you’ve spent more time outdoors and have higher resilience because of 30% higher Vitamin D levels

      Liked by 2 people

  25. mightytrue says:

    Would someone please explain why the rules and procedures of Collin County Texas can be conflated to apply to the nation as a whole? I don’t deny that it’s likely occurring but I would like some proof.


  26. mightytrue says:

    Would someone please explain why the rules and procedures of Collin County Texas can be conflated to apply to the nation as a whole? I don’t deny that it’s likely occurring but I would like some proof.


    • thedoc00 says:

      The state of Texas Health Department wrote the guidelines. In the original article, it was clearly stated the TX Health Department cooperated with the CDC in developing the materials shown in the video.

      If the CDC is anything they are uniform in application of methods and procedures.

      The CDC are the ones who helped develop and approve the guidelines. Plus, starting in March 202, per Dr. Bix the CDC has been issuing ever expanding guidelines defining the criteria for “case” and “cause of death” attribution.

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  27. convert says:

    The Henry Ford Hospital study, which meets all the requirements, now says hospitalized patients treated with Plaquenil had only a 13% deathrate while among those not given the drug, the deathrate was about 23%!! Translation: by politicizing a drug during a pandemic, the hyper-partisan news media, led by their maniacal blue-state Trump-hating governors, demanded a politicized treatment regimen for a lethal disease, RESULTING IN THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF DEATHS THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED. It just makes me so sick.

    Liked by 4 people

    • wondering999 says:

      And now, when History Channel shows you yet another Nuremberg Trials segment, with people howling “how could ordinary Germans have allowed this”

      Look in the mirror. We have Death Squad leadership in our own country, working hard and without shame


      • Paul Vincent Zecchino says:

        Right on the money. Thank you for saying it. Instead of firing squads, we have fauci squads who tell people to do everything they shouldn’t, to perpetuate the panic and kill as many possible.

        Liked by 1 person

  28. thedoc00 says:

    Just came back from the gym and only 3 of 35 or so patrons actually wore a mask. I did not want to draw any attention to the fact so as not to get the gym manager in trouble. When I got home I re-read Gov Abbott’s order.

    I am eating my crow sandwich with cheese and mayo as I type. Others here on CTH need to have a helping as well.

    The following is an Excerpt from TX Gov Abbott’s Mask EO. It is the lead paragraph detailing the requirements. Read it very carefully because businesses actually have a loophole if they can be sure their patrons keep “social distancing”.

    “Every person in Texas shall wear a face covering over the nose and mouth when inside a commercial entity or other building or space open to the public, or when in an outdoor public space, wherever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another person not in the same household; provided, however, that this face-covering requirement does not apply to the following: [List of 11 exemptions]”

    Loophole = “… wherever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another person not in the same household;…”

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  29. Ausonius says:

    So I just saw ANOTHER drumbeat ad about MASKS from the evil Dept. of Health in Ohio.

    A massively overweight doctor burps forth how wearing masks is proven by research to cut infections. In very fine print is the website containing the research by a group headed by “Eikenberry, K” and then a list of co-authors followed by the address:


    It is literally buried in pages and pages of articles with bizarre titles at times (“Puberty in the Rat” was my favorite). Finally…


    There it was…complete with the date: April 1, 2020!

    But no! NOTHING IS PROVEN! It is an article about the computer models predicting what will happen, if people do not wear masks! There is no reality-based research! April 1st would have obviously been much too early for any research to be done on this specific virus.

    The ad should say “computer models” claim that masks cut disease…but that has not been proven in real life.

    More lies, half-truths, to push the agenda!

    Liked by 4 people

  30. Rowdyone says:

    I have no doubt that the infection numbers are manipulated/suffering from non-standardized definition/application. But shouldn’t a more legitimate measure of current covid infection severity focus on hospitalizations? Surely, manipulation of public perception when using hospitalizations would be much harder to do. If you are charged with addressing the spread then, yes, rising infections are your focus. But if you are a citizen needing/wanting to work and you are healthy then you should look at hospitalizations in your area as your prime focus re: risk to your health.

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  31. Winston says:

    Asymptomatic COVID-19 findings dim hopes for ‘herd immunity’ and ‘immunity passports’
    Antibodies few and short-lived, lung abnormalities found in asymptomatic carriers
    Jun 28, 2020


    A closer look at people who tested positive for COVID-19 but never developed symptoms has found that such asymptomatic carriers have few to no detectable antibodies just weeks after infection, suggesting they may not develop lasting immunity.

    There’s growing evidence that a significant proportion of people who test positive for COVID-19 never show symptoms, although it’s not clear what percentage of people that is and what role they play in spreading the disease.

    A Chinese study published this week in Nature followed 37 people in Wanzhou District in China who did not show any outward signs of the disease, despite testing positive when their respiratory tracts were swabbed and being kept in hospital for observation.

    Some key findings include:

    Levels of antibodies against COVID-19 were significantly lower in asymptomatic carriers than those with symptoms during active infection.

    Antibody levels also dropped off far more quickly in people who never showed symptoms, and 40 per cent of them had no detectable antibodies eight weeks after recovery, compared with 13 per cent of symptomatic patients.

    Those with asymptomatic infections tested positive for an average of five days longer than people with symptomatic infections — 19 days compared with 14 days — suggesting that they were shedding the virus longer.

    The study also found that despite having no outward symptoms, 70 per cent had lung abnormalities detectable in X-rays at some point during infection — mostly spots called “ground-glass opacities,” which can indicate inflammation or other signs of disease.


    Coronavirus autopsies: A story of 38 brains, 87 lungs and 42 hearts
    July 1, 2020



    When pathologist Amy Rapkiewicz began the grim process of opening up the coronavirus dead to learn how their bodies went awry, she found damage to the lungs, kidneys and liver consistent with what doctors had reported for months.

    But something was off.

    Rapkiewicz, who directs autopsies at NYU Langone Health, noticed that some organs had far too many of a special type of cell rarely found in those places. She had never seen that before, yet it seemed vaguely familiar. She raced to her history books and — in a eureka moment — found a reference to a 1960s report on a patient with dengue fever.

    In dengue, a mosquito-borne tropical disease, she learned, the virus appeared to destroy these cells, which produce platelets, leading to uncontrolled bleeding. The novel coronavirus seemed to amplify their effect, causing dangerous clotting.

    She was struck by the parallels: “COVID-19 and dengue sound really different, but the cells that are involved are similar.”

    Among the most important findings, consistent across several studies, is confirmation the virus appears to attack the lungs the most ferociously. They also found the pathogen in parts of the brain, kidneys, liver, gastrointestinal tract, spleen and in the endothelial cells that line blood vessels, as some had previously suspected. Researchers also found widespread clotting in many organs.

    An early study from China, published in the BMJ, formerly the British Medical Journal, in March, found 22% of the 113 patients had experienced neurological issues ranging from excessive sleepiness to coma — conditions typically grouped together as disorders of consciousness. In June, researchers in France reported that 84% of patients in intensive care had neurological issues, and a third were confused or disoriented at discharge. Also this month, those in the United Kingdom found that 57 of 125 coronavirus patients with a new neurological or psychiatric diagnosis had had a stroke due to a blood clot in the brain, and 39 had an altered mental state.


    Neurological and neuropsychiatric complications of COVID-19 in 153 patients: a UK-wide surveillance study – 25 Jun 2020

    Click to access PIIS2215-0366(20)30287-X.pdf


    Concerns regarding potential neurological complications of COVID-19 are being increasingly reported, primarily in small series. Larger studies have been limited by both geography and specialty. Comprehensive characterisation of clinical syndromes is crucial to allow rational selection and evaluation of potential therapies. The aim of this study was to investigate the breadth of complications of COVID-19 across the UK that affected the brain.


    Meet the Covid-19 ‘long-haulers’ whose symptoms won’t seem to go away
    June 9, 2020


    Liked by 1 person

  32. Yadent says:

    Also consider re:masks, on the box/package of N95 masks, the mask that is the apex, the holy grail of respiratory infection prevention, there is a warning. ‘This respirator DOES NOT protect against the risk of contracting disease or infection.’ This regarding a device that is considered vastly superior to ordinary surgical masks, not to mention ANY homemade covering. The manufacturer knows there are NO FDA approved testing results (RCT studies) that would allow for a claim of infection control capability. Mask mandates are a drastic action without drastic, fundamentally verifiable proof of effectiveness…..NOT ONE RCT study proofing effectiveness.

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  33. toolnut says:

    I apologize if some one else pointed this out already but all of these inflated number of cases is going to tank the morbidity rate of this disease to below the flu. The left is defanging their own crisis.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Magabear says:

      Good point. The left will somehow change the panic criteria, but if few people are dying any longer from WhuFlu, the panic will stop selling.


  34. Watchdog groups in NY are now trying to take away Killer Cuomo’s powers that were unilaterally surrendered to him back in March by our despicable legislators.
    Good luck with that. They don’t expire till April, 2021. Way to go, ass clowns!


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  35. William the Comptroller says:

    What is not being told in the MSM is that in San Diego, the biggest new influx of hospitalizations are from the South Bay mostly-hispanic neighborhoods along the border with TJ. The South Bay Hospitals are transferring their COVID patients up north to UCSD-La Jolla, Scripps Memorial La Jolla, Scripps Encinitas. We are also getting all the transfers from Imperial County (El Centro, Brawley, Pioneer Hospital)…and FROM TIJUANA AND MEXICALI! A lot of people live in TJ but work in San Diego, and since TJ has NO good healthcare infrastructure, guess where these patients are going? You guessed it!

    64% of all 15,000 cases (out of a population of 3 million) are hispanic, 30ish% white ,and only 5% Black. Deaths are 43% hispanic, 40% White, 3% Black.

    The death rate for blacks is LOWER than their percentage population (3.2% deaths vs 5% of population). This goes counter to the MSM argument that blacks in EVERY city are disproportionately dying…..because of RACISM!!!!!!!

    Also, only 5% of the 377 deaths (over 3 months!!) are younger than age 50! NOBODY younger than 20 has died and only 3 in the 20-29 year range have. 47% of deaths older than 80%! 86% older than 60!!!

    On a side note, in 2019 Tijuana won FIRST PLACE in being, for the 2nd year in a row, the MOST DANGEROUS CITY IN THE WORLD! 138/100,000 murder rate with around 2640 brutal cartel murders a year (up from just 900 in 2016!). Acapulco #2, Ciudad Juarez #4, Cuidad #6, Irapuato #7. The Top 4 of the top 5 are in MEXICO. 19 of the top 50 are in MEXICO! (as comparison, San Diego, right across the border from TJ with a slightly higher population had, at least with 2018 stats, only 86 murders, at least half are Mexican-black gang-related). Yes, TJ beat out Caracas, Venezuela and Damascus, Syria. St. Louis I think came in #15 with 60/100,000 and Baltimore #23 at 50/100,000. South Africa , El Salvador, Pakistan, Mail, Jamaica are very bad too. The thing is , San Diegans for the most part are clueless about what a cartel-violence threat TJ and Mexico in general is our national security! They only care about fish taco recipes!

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    • calbear84 says:

      All those wonderful disease-ridden folks are coming to San Diego because there are PLENTY of hospital beds available! San Diego county has over 3.3 million residents but only 387 supposed COVID-related deaths in the past 3 months! Oh, but the beach parking lots are closed again for the 4th of July weekend!


      • California Joe says:

        Orange County California with a population of 3.1million people has 202 Coronavirus deaths and 94 of those were in nursing homes. Not really pandemic criteria?

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    • nimrodman says:

      “… blacks in EVERY city are disproportionately dying…..because of RACISM!!!!!!!”

      blacks are disproportionately dying (or getting infected) because many are obese and diabetic / pre-diabetic (take a look at the women) and because they hold huge house parties (in contravention of social distancing guidelines)


  36. sync says:

    WHO Quietly Admits China Didn’t Self-Report Coronavirus, Contrary to Prior Report



  37. sync says:

    L.A. Mayor Garcetti Admits ‘There is a Connection’ Between Coronoavirus Outbreak and Black Lives Matter Protests

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Recalling the recent Rand Paul v Dr. Death (Fauci) Senate testimony where Rand asked Dr. Doom why he never references the mountain of studies and evidence showing that school kids don’t increase/spread the virus. Dr. Gloom laughed and sidestepped the question to say that he agrees with Paul that we must get kids back to school asap.
    Could not the same be asked of Governor Abbott? Why does it take Fog City Midge to point out what is on the Texas Ministerium für staatliche Gesundheitsdienste’s website?? Couldn’t Gov. Abbott at least address this??
    DeSantis 2024


  39. mayflowerchild says:

    I believe the increase in CoVID cases is due to the increased mask wearing. Just saying’.


  40. Scarlet says:

    It should be renamed as FAUX-VID 19


  41. Richie says:

    The SCRIBD case definition is dated May 11?


  42. sarasotosfan says:

    It has probably been said, but “pool testing” is certainly going to drive up the percentages for positive test results. And while a rigorous use of this procedure to test for the highly infectious COVID-19 does make sense, it no longer makes sense to pay any attention to the testing results.

    What matters are hospital intakes, discharges and deaths. Expect that data to fade out.


  43. TwoLaine says:

    Check out the movie “The Constant Gardener” sometime, based on the novel by John le Carré. He acknowledges it is a fictitious thriller and not a true story, but follows that with the statement that it is like a holiday postcard compared to the real truth about big pharma.

    The Constant Gardener
    Available from STARZEncore until 9/2.
    Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Rachel Weisz, Danny Huston
    (2005) A mild-mannered English diplomat (Ralph Fiennes) begins a transcontinental quest to uncover the truth about his wife’s (Rachel Weisz) death.

    On the book:


  44. Newton Houston says:

    This document has been removed from SCRIBD. Why???


  45. Ernie says:

    Of course they are manipulating the data. Once you give fascists and tyrants a taste of power and total control they will do everything imaginable to maintain it.

    Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.


  46. John Venard says:

    It’s a sad day in America when we can see the destruction of our great country by the greedy politicians that are blinded by there own selfish narcissistic ways. Capitalism is the only way we can stay strong and proud. If we don’t take America back now its game over!


  47. shipley130 says:

    That little pyssant was starting in on the “antiscience” stchtick for people that think wearing a mask is bull. I have had enough of his pukeface.


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