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CDC failure / Social-distancing scoreboard; cell phone tracking

Discussion in 'Coronavirus Chaos Infoshare' started by sofahkingfoxy, Apr 4, 2020.

  1. sofahkingfoxy

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    Here’s a USA map where an A-F grade is given to each State state based on tracking data to show population compliance with social distancing. I think it appropriate to also call it a fear map. Data is broken down by county for each State. You might want to opt out of participation and leave your phone home or at least get a good signal blocking case for your phone. If you take it out of the case away from home, you’ve opted back in. But a case gives you the option to have your phone with you should you really need it.

    https://www.unacast.com/covid19/social-distancing-scoreboard

    Regarding the CDC: The graph shows a big spike in new cases of Covid-19 in mid March. That’s when the CDC released their huge backlog of samples to private labs for testing. The spike does not represent a sudden increase of disease from people that had just started showing symptoms. The results of the backlogged tests were posted as "new" cases for the date(s) the results were received.

    As usual, they are blaming the people for not adequately practicing social-distancing while not taking responsibility for failing to do what is critical in containing the spread of this virus: Early and vigorous testing followed by tracing and notifying those exposed to an infected person (and stopping international flights IMO).

    ~There was no shortage of testing supplies per se.
    ~It was the CDC that doesn’t have the capacity to process the volume of samples submitted for processing.
    ~The CDC is NOT a government entity and, as far as I know, isn’t encumbered by bureaucratic red tape.
    ~The CDC could have utilized the services of private labs at any time but chose to follow protocol and instruct medical facilities to send samples to the CDC (which the CDC must have known in advance would cause a backup)
    ~Doctors and medical facilities always had the option to bypass the CDC and use private laboratories.
    ~The private labs were able to process the backlog of millions of cases within 48 hours.

    Credit given to the Congressional Dish podcast by Jennifer Briney; Episode 211, 03/21/2020; coverage of Coronavirus Task Force Briefing, Debra Birx, starts at 35:00; transcript posted.
     
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  2. orchid20

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    Yes! Congressional Dish is an excellent resource. I'd love for Greg to have Jen on to talk about the stimulus bill.
     
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  3. enjoypolo

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    ‘Yes! But I think she has her hands full at the moment. I’m keeping an eye out for her next episode to be posted.

    ‘I haven’t looked into it yet but did see Lee Camp (Redacted Tonight) has recently reported that the EPA has been suspended and the government is stealing back lands from a Rhode Island tribe. I also read a blogger talking about military movements in the Caribbean to ward off an influx of drugs from the Mexico cartel.
    https://censored.today/2020/04/04/something-else-big-is-going-on-more-than-just-covid-19/
    (And why are Mexico’s pandemic numbers so low anyway?)

    The scope of this event is mind boggling.

    I think it’s in our best interest to take this virus seriously. I’ve thought of the connection between this 2020 pandemic and Agenda 21.

    Even though we’re being mislead regarding the occupancy of hospitals now doesn’t mean they won’t be overflowing in the future. Psychopaths and narcissists love gaslighting and this one lie is causing those who believe the lies to become fearful and compliant. And perhaps those of us who think it’s a hyped up flu-type season, or are at least skeptical, because of this lie are their pawns who will help spread disease. IDK What do y’all think?
     
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    https://home.solari.com/1st-quarter...ends-stories-part-i-with-dr-joseph-p-farrell/

    Sharing this article published by Catherine Austin-Fitts featuring Solaris' quarterly report on world events. The part 1 audio will be released thursday with guest Joseph Farrell (It'd be great to have him back on the show as well!)

    Sadly, it seems that many agendas are taking place under the cover/distraction of the covid-crisis, including pedos getting released from jail, aircraft carriers headed towards venezuela (with a bounty of $15M for Maduro's head courtesy of US Justice Dept), and of course, the deployment of the military in several countries, including Spain and the Isle of Wright (where David Icke lives).

    I've already heard from one close relation in the US losing their relatives to depression-induced suicide from the economic fallout (mounting debt; restaurant owners).
    Sadly, I think we're only at the beginning of the economic crisis, and frankly, more worried about the loss of live due to this, than the virus itself.
    Stay put y'all.
     
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  6. fifthcolumn

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    Contagious viruses do not spread faster in first world countries than third world countries. Sanitation provides a huge defense against outbreaks of any contagion. This is why people are justified in claiming plumbers have saved more lives than doctors. And if you believe that viruses spread faster in first world countries even after they've been "locked down," I can't help you.

    I don't believe a word of this panic for that reason alone. But I have also seen the crisis actors:

    If you skip ahead to the 5:00 mark, you can avoid the Trump stroking and get right to brass tacks. About 6:44 is the money shot.





    You combine that with this beautiful crotchety ol' german scientist, and I'm off to start french kissing shopping carts. Get me my immunity they're trying to deny me - if this virus even really exists.






    I ain't recommending any course of action to anyone. I'm just telling you what I'm doing.
     
  7. sofahkingfoxy

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    On the first video I’m especially amused by the closing: "where are the masks?!?" Zooms in to the stacks and stacks of boxes of masks behind him.

    On the 2nd video: the verdict is in. I have waffled so many times and this brings me back to my original stance after looking at the numbers. There’s nothing to see here folks. Move along. It’s all business as usual.

    ‘Thanks for posting these.
     
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