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Friday, October 29, 2021

Unvaxxed are scapegoats for covid failure

Masks failed. Social distancing failed. Quarantining the healthy failed. Moving covid patients into nursing homes failed (bigly). Even vaccinating half the country failed.

Now you know why are we firing police officers, firemen and nurses -- to cover the assets of politicians who failed.

The wrong people are being fired over vaccine mandates.

We should fire the politicians who mandate vaccines because their draconian and unconstitutional edicts and fiats did not stop the spread of covid. It's a virus. Its spread cannot be stopped. Take one of the three vaccines available if you care to. I did. Or don't take it. I don't care. Your decision does not affect me because I have been vaccinated.

But rather than admit the truth that we should have just weathered this storm, the bullies of government are blaming their failures on the unvaccinated.

Neil Cavuto the other day begged viewers to get vaccinated to protect him because he has multiple sclerosis and has battled cancer. I feel sorry for him. But his logic fails because he was vaccinated and he got covid.

Now maybe the vaccines don't work. I don't know. I don't care. If it works, I am protected. If it doesn't work, I am not protected but I was not protected without it so what's the harm?

To be sure, there are possible side effects of the vaccine, which is why I skip flu shots.

And that is why I do not want a vax mandate.

Cavuto's plea was his opinion, and that is fine. But the next day, he pulled a nasty little trick that undercut his argument. He read some of the responses to his commentary. He did not read the ones from doctors or others who explained in measured tones how vaccines work and why some people believe the risks outweigh the benefits.

No, Cavuto read the emotional ones and branded them hate mail.

Via the New York Daily News, the emails included, "Heard you’re back on the show this week. That’s too bad."

Oh my gosh. Call Merrick Garland because we have a domestic terrorist on the loose.

That was the first email quoted. The rest are milder. But Cavuto got to play the big man who brushes off critics. He does this often as a way of pretending his position is unassailable.

The scapegoating of the unvaccinated is the real hate. Natural immunity seems to work better than vaccines. Yes covid will and can wipe out the old and infirm. They should get vaccinated and take precautions.

But for most people, vaccines may not be the answer.

As I said, this does not affect me.

But it does affect residents of New York City because Mayor DeStalinist is firing police officers, firemen, and paramedics who refuse to get vaccinated.

As Peter Ingemi tweeted, "I'm old enough to remember when we celebrated police and nurses who worked through covid without a shot. Now we're firing them.

"And the only difference is this is the Biden administration and not the Trump administration."

I would dare say first responders now have natural immunity.

Florida did not need a vaccine, masks, or social distancing. It had Ron DeSantis.

Clay Travis tweeted, "New York and California have had vaccine & mask mandates for substantial periods of time now. Yet Florida, which has mandates for neither vaccines or masks, has less than half the rate of covid of both NY & CA & the lowest covid rate in the entire country right now."

He posted a chart that showed this.

And The Hill reported, "People who have received covid-19 vaccinations are able to spread the delta variant within their household despite their vaccination status just as easily as unvaccinated individuals, a new study published on Friday shows.

"According to the study published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases journal, people who contracted covid-19 had a similar viral load regardless of whether they had been vaccinated. The study further found that 25% of vaccinated household contacts contracted covid-19. while 38% of unvaccinated individuals were diagnosed with the disease.

"Researchers examined 621 symptomatic participants in the United Kingdom over a year."

Mandates are for gay men, not government. They don't work. I want a constitutional amendment: "Congress shall make no law mandating anything, and presidents aren't allowed to either."

38 comments:

  1. In other words: LET’S GO BRANDON and all the rest of the COVID creeps.

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  2. Read an article in the local fishwrap, that OHSU
    (Oregon Health Sciences University) is experiencing a
    shortage of available beds. After a long tale of Bravo sierra, at the end of a long one column article, the said:"another possible factor is the
    layoff of personnel due to their refusal to take the COVID Jab." this was at the very end...

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    1. NPR did a long article last week about how ERs all over the country are back to pre-pandemic levels in terms of number of patients but the patients they are seeing are significantly more ill with more complex medical needs than pre-pandemic.

      Of course a large part of the article focused on staff shortage.

      Nowhere in the article did it mention the vaccine mandates. It was amazing.

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    2. NPR did a long article last week about how ERs all over the country are back to pre-pandemic levels in terms of number of patients but the patients they are seeing are significantly more ill with more complex medical needs than pre-pandemic.

      Of course a large part of the article focused on staff shortage.

      Nowhere in the article did it mention the vaccine mandates. It was amazing.

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    3. NPR did a long article last week about how ERs all over the country are back to pre-pandemic levels in terms of number of patients but the patients they are seeing are significantly more ill with more complex medical needs than pre-pandemic.

      Of course a large part of the article focused on staff shortage.

      Nowhere in the article did it mention the vaccine mandates. It was amazing.

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    4. NPR did a long article last week about how ERs all over the country are back to pre-pandemic levels in terms of number of patients but the patients they are seeing are significantly more ill with more complex medical needs than pre-pandemic.

      Of course a large part of the article focused on staff shortage.

      Nowhere in the article did it mention the vaccine mandates. It was amazing.

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  3. No to mandates and bullying and shaming over vaccinations. I now think that natural immunity is best even though I am vaccinated. But you all do you. I am for choice. Yes, how quickly all the responders and delivery people who made it all good for the safety of the laptop class became unclean if they weren't vaxxed. It's Friday, so FJB and Let's Go Brandon.

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  4. Wish I had more time to comment but I am working as a freelance editor and writer and have less time than I would like for this fun stuff. (I don't miss journalism, but I still love the news.) I am a faithful reader and appreciate all of your efforts and your opinions, Don.

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    1. Hat tip to LuAnn. You and MANY others on the Surbers blog bring insightful opinions day in and day out. Personally, I'm not very good at getting out my serious inner thoughts, so I turn to humor and let the articulate speak. The Don has a great place here and I also appreciate his efforts. Don...no need to hit that button!!!

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    2. Agreed! Really great site. Hope Don's able to make obscene profits from it. And yes the commenters here are insightful and some, hysterical. We'll ignore the few exceptions.

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    3. Only thing missing is more curling news... :-)

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  5. Is he a tranny or just a sissy boi.

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  6. Is he a tranny or just a sissy boi.

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  7. I remember when Neil Cavuto decried hydroxychloroquine after Trump called for it, saying it caused major heart problems. He didn't know what he was talking about. Just so everybody knows, Cavuto is a next door neighbor of Chris "Lardo" Christie in tony, expensive, Mendham, NJ. Both manor houses are on ten acre lots. The two are best buds. Cavuto hates Trump because The Donald has shunned Lardo.

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  8. Excellent column.

    “Neil Cavuto the other day begged viewers to get vaccinated to protect him because he has multiple sclerosis and has battled cancer. I feel sorry for him.”

    I spend several minutes (at least five) attempting to feel sorry for Neil Cavuto. I failed. You are a better person than me. Hands down.

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  9. Too bad these clowns like cavuto and fausci THINK we give their opinions any importance whatsoever! Who the hell cares what they say??? Just because they have a freaking camera in their face, they feel qualified to shove their opinions. Well, in the navy they told us opinions are like a......holes. Everybody has one and most of them stink.

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  10. None of this was done for HIV, which would have required the quarantining of a much smaller part of the population.

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  11. I have MS and cancer. My Dr told me not to get the jab because it hadn't been tested on people with my conditions. Avoid unvaxxed people if you can he said.

    I'm a good patient and followed orders. Got COVID from my folks who are vaxxed.

    The numbers just aren't there at this point to show that the jab is helping a whole lot.

    The mandates are about making people who don't toe the line suffer.

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  12. We should fire the politicians who mandate vaccines because their draconian and unconstitutional edicts and fiats did not stop the spread of covid.

    You mean the flu? because it disappeared same time as Chinkypox appeared, but now it's back.

    Wotta crock.

    And, oh yes, the Scamdemic has a 3% of 1% fatality rate.

    So the unshot are the ones who think.

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  13. My daughter gets married in February somewhere in mexico. If vax mandate is required to fly (or return to US) I have a real conundrum on my hands, because I'm not taking the mark of the bat/beast

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  14. Wishing your daughter all the best! I admire your optimism! I’ve just given up any idea of flying.

    I see a road trip in your future perhaps? Maybe a travel van …

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    1. Yep. Probably have to hire a coyote to sneak me back into U.S.

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    2. If you can get to the Gulf, I can pick you up and bring you to Florida. I work cheap, only because it's a 20ft boat. Those winter fronts usually only put up 10ft swells...Hell, that's only half the boat!!! Let me know, I'm a busy man!

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  15. Neil Cavuto is a horse's ass, who has a doctorate in the subject.

    We took a chance on a one-man show back in the days when we supported a Manhattan theatre that specialized in Irish and American-Irish plays/musicals (when they threw their lot in with Hillary Clinton, GOOD BYE).

    The actor was an ex-cab driver, comedian, playwright and local Queens political activist. Part of his show was about the day when he got on Fox News and was interviewed by Cavuto.

    I forget now what the issue was about. I'll never forget seeing the video tape he played --- Cavuto The Ass --- rude, condescending, and bumptious.

    (The story ended with the playwright for some reason being chased out of the Fox building on Sixth Avenue. Back then, he was in top shape and easily evaded the donut-stuffed-watermelon-shaped security guards.)

    Looks like Neil's personality hasn't changed a bit.

    I haven't seen him on TV in at least a decade. Does he still look like the Wicked Witch of The East after the water hit her?

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  16. FOUND IN my files. Unfortunately, I lost the source.

    I post it because we're coming up on the one-year anniversary of FOX-QUISLING selling us out as the U.S. Presidential election was rigged up the wazoo:

    Dated: 11/03/20

    [Start]

    Fox News' ratings collapse continues into the New Year.
    Particularly for the awful Never-Trumper scum including Cavuto, Baier, MacCallum, Smith and the rest.

    Going from record ratings before their duplicitous Arizona call, to massive ratings collapse by Monday 1/4.

    Here are the current Fox News ratings losses according to Nielsen as of Monday 1/4/[21, presumed]:

    Cavuto -55% Baier -55%

    MacCallum -54% Sandra Smith -53%

    Fox & Friendless -50% Outnumbered -49%

    Bream -48% Hemmer -46% Perino -45%

    The Five -42% Carlson -41%

    Ingraham -37% Hannity -32%

    [End Quote, source lost]

    My comment:

    Prima Donna Cavuto is, as usual, offended:

    "I've been working here FOREVER to get that -55%, and that dinky little Cajun MacCallum waltzed in here practically last week, gets outted with a leaked studio tape showing her contempt for our viewers, which she lifted from ME --- and she's ONLY TWO POINTS behind ME, ME, ME!!!"

    [End sarcasm. End 10/30/21 post.]

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