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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (1278599)11/15/2020 11:52:09 AM
From: Wharf Rat
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The scientific term for your links is "bullshit".

She's very optimistic. I think we're gonna hit 200K next week.

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To: bruwin who wrote (1278597)11/15/2020 11:56:17 AM
From: bruwin
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The appropriate documents required to affect that kind of seizure were put in place, signed off on, and it appears there was also US military support in this operation. The US military was not in the lead. But this helps explain why Esper was fired and Miller and Kash Patel were put in place — so that the military would not interfere with the operation in any way.
Another reason why Esper, the previous Secretary for Defense, was fired could very well have to do with what happened in Syria with regard to American military presence being LIED about with regard to no actual reduction in military personnel as ordered by President Trump .... as STYX states in --->


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To: Wharf Rat who wrote (1278600)11/15/2020 11:56:59 AM
From: Litore Lapis
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oh my golly. The "cases". I already posted about the testing.

The testing mania is all part of the plan.

5gmediawatch.com

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (1278602)11/15/2020 12:35:34 PM
From: Wharf Rat
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Testing is part of the plan. So is tracking and tracking. You can't do that with 200K cases/day. Masks are also part of the plan. So is social distancing. Encouraging people to ignore everything wasn't.



Another White House Super-Spreader Event? Trump Election Party At Center Of Growing Coronavirus Outbreak


Unfortunately, these people will not be treated in the WH, so they might infect their healthcare workers. There should be a law against that.





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To: Wharf Rat who wrote (1278600)11/15/2020 12:35:43 PM
From: Litore Lapis
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Maybe this will help clarify things here.

'It is humanity against the desire to contain the epidemic'

Lord Sumption speaks.


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To: Wharf Rat who wrote (1278576)11/15/2020 12:42:45 PM
From: i-node
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I'm acting prudently. Not allowing government to control my life. And acknowledging the science that there is no evidence, whatsoever, a cloth mask will do any good and may actually be counterproductive.

I keep some KN95 masks around for times when they are actually needed.

I would guess I'm being at least as prudent as you, at one-time a knowledgeable person on the subject.

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To: ro33 who wrote (1278586)11/15/2020 12:44:31 PM
From: i-node
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There are plenty of places in Texas where you can live without idiots getting in your face.

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To: Litore Lapis who wrote (1278604)11/15/2020 12:48:48 PM
From: Wharf Rat
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Lord Sump is not a scientist, nor is he a physician. He's just a judge.

'It is humanity against the desire to contain the epidemic'
It is humanity which is being killed by the virus; so far, over 1.3M humans, with over 1/4 M in the US. That's about 4 times as many as we lost in Vietnam, but that took like10 years, and covid took 10 months..

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To: i-node who wrote (1278605)11/15/2020 1:01:01 PM
From: Wharf Rat
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"I'm acting prudently. "
No; that's reckless endangerment.


"I would guess I'm being at least as prudent as you"
I've gone to the post office several times, and always wear a mask, even tho most of the time, I go early in the morning when it's closed. There are at least 2 businesses in town which won't let customers inside. I had to go to the clinic last week. The doors are locked, and they come outside to take a brief history and check temperatures before allowing patients to enter.

You're just a 3 year old child finding new and creative ways to defy your parents.



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To: Bill who wrote (1278511)11/15/2020 1:01:10 PM
From: FJB
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Portland anti-police city council member Jo Ann Hardesty calls cops on Lyft driver


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