Wednesday, August 12, 2020

No Answers

 Political Observers,

Here's a reminder of the Democratic-debate exchange between Tulsi Gabbard and Kamala Harris last year. 
Harris' voice cracks and she flounders, unable to answer the factual accusations about her human rights violations and the injustices she imposed upon the innocent (and potheads) in her reign as prosecutor in San Francisco. 
She got some VERY high felony conviction rates! How is that generally done? 
Gotta' avoid trials; just railroad everybody into plea-bargains they can't refuse. 
Biden's not really the candidate, is he? 
He's not mentally fit to stand trial for all his corruption in Ukraine.

Kamala Harris: "She was my number one pick", Donald Trump
“She did very, very poorly in the primaries as you know. She was expected to do well. She ended up at right around 2% and spent a lot of money.” Trump said.
“She had a lot of things happening. And so I was a little surprised that he picked her,” Trump concluded, adding “I’ve been watching her for a long time. And I was a little surprised.”

​To beat a dead horse, 59% of likely American voters don't think Biden can finish a 4 year term. (Can he start it?)

So what is the DNC actually planning to do, if Biden/Harris can't possibly win, and all the lawfare against team Trump is about to reverse-the-charges and "drain the swamp" of the Clinton machine? 
Just asking. I'm baffled. What's in the secret sauce?

The Indian State of Uttar Pradesh, home of the Taj Mahal, adopts Ivermectin + doxycycline for treatment of COVID-19, replacing hydroxychloroquine/azithromycin, due to better results treating large numbers of patients. Thanks Marjorie.

Australian Professor Thimas Borody advocates Ivermectin/doxycycline/zing, due to effectiveness, low cost and LOW-SIDE EFFECTS. (I treated a husband and wife yesterday, with very typical COVID symptoms for 10 days and 7 days, low oxygen, and high risk factors. I gave them zinc that I counted out and labeled, myself, from what I bought. I prescribed ivermectin as a single dose, based on body weight. Doxycycline is twice per day for 10 days, as always. Doxycycline may increase zinc levels in the cell and inhibit viral entrance into cells. "MAY". God knows when Ill get the test reports back, but the daily risks of not treating them, especially the sicker husband, just seemed way too high. These are medicines that are prescribed without test results every day, and have been for decades.)
"Because I'm involved in developing these in the U.S. where all the patients are, there are a number of studies that are amazingly successful. We're talking close to 100%. In fact, we haven't seen a result yet under 100%. It looks like corona is very simple to kill,"  Professor Thomas Borody, medical director of Australia's Center for Digestive Disease. "It's available as a prescription medication. You wouldn't use it alone ... but you add two other things to it such as doxycycline and zinc."
I don't advise being a vaccine early-adopter, since coronavirus vaccines have had this recurrent problem of killing too many rats in the studies, not right away, but when the vaccinated rats meet the coronavirus for the final exam.
Russia receives orders from 20 countries for ONE BILLION doses of world’s first Covid-19 vaccine  

Marc G. MD sends this; good graphs and summary:
 Global HCQ studies. PrEP, PEP, and early treatment studies show high effectiveness, while late treatment shows mixed results.

​Here is the British Medical Journal case series (weakish evidence) of Pepcid/famotidine 80 mg three times per day for COVID-19, which seemed to help the folks who took it. Thanks again Dr.G.

The Spies Who Hijacked America, Matt Taibbi 
(3 people sent this to me and I found it highly recommended on 3 different sites. Yeah. I recommend it.) 

Pepe Escobar, "Who Profits From The Beirut Blast?"
This is murky; no clear answers, lots of the usual suspects stand to profit. Any of them could have made the ammonium nitrate blow up in various ways. Global banking wants to own all that distressed real-estate now, for sure.


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