Georgia ChinCOVID Mass Vaccinations

Georgia is opening drive-thru mass vaccination sites. We’ll ignore the basic stupidity of drive-thru vaccinations when people really need to be observed for at least 30 minutes, for possible adverse reactions. But we will look at this:

The drive-thru sites in Albany, Macon, Hapeville and Clarkesville, which opened Monday, are expected to have the supply and manpower to administer 1,100 doses of COVID vaccine a day or 22,000 a week, according to a statement from GEMA.

I’m not sure if that’s Common Core Math or just bad reporting. Maybe reporter Cooper meant to say “each location will administer 1,100 doses of COVID vaccine five days per week or 22,000 a week in total at all locations.

Oh, well. But four locations. How would you choose where to put them, if you wanted to — you know — actually fight a pandemic? Maybe you’d pick infection hot spots.


“The four sites selected all have surrounding populations with high percentages of minorities and individuals with incomes below the poverty line.”

Not hot spots, but racial and economic demographics. Why?

Georgia’s EMA decided site locations based on “community equity profiles” created by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which she described as “a report that FEMA produces that shows the racial makeup, economic stats and other pertinent information for each county.”

Not that I’m a fan of the CDC, but — in theory, at least — wouldn’t it make more sense for the Centers for Disease Control to issue guidelines for… controlling a disease?

By the way, this is the ongoing crisis that calls for even more emergency mass vaccinations.

We peaked almost two months ago (two weeks before Gropin’ Joe & Ho were sworn in). Yep, better hurry up and open those sites before the “pandemic” burns out completely, so you can claim credit for the fix.

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COVID-19 Vaccines: Nope, nope, nope

Last year, before ChinCOVID vaccinations started, I predicted big problems with the mRNA vaccines. Short form: the vaccines hijack cell ribosomes to force them to mass produce foreign proteins. Foreign proteins trigger allergic reactions. Produce enough, and you can induce anaphylactic shock.

And sure enough, that is what we got.

But I also noticed that a lot of people were coming down with ChinCOVID after vaccination. I chalked that up to the “vaccine” (please note that Fauci’s running around telling people it won’t give you immunity; the defiition of vaccine is something administered that grants immunity) simply being ineffective.

Oh, boy. Dangerous and ineffective. You ain’t getting that needle in my arm.

But I ran across an interesting term this morning; something I’d never heard of before: “antibody-dependent enhancement” (ADE).

It turns out that a known phenomenon is the body producing suboptimal antibodies that attach to enemy viruses, but don’t result in the destruction of the virus. In fact, when that happens, it can make it easier for the virus to invade cells to reproduce.

All the way back in May 2020, researchers were warning about exactly that with COVID-19 vaccines, particularly the Pfizer. You see, the protein that the Pfizer –and Moderna — “vaccines” cause the body to produce are one protein similar to one in the real virus protein coat. Antibodies produced in response to the fake protein might be able to attach to real virus, but be…

suboptimal. And causing antibody-dependent enhancement of COVID-19. They, and others, were particularly concerned about SARS-CoV-2’s COVID-19, because the very similar SARS-CoV-1 (also MERS) showed a tendency towards ADE in animal models with those vaccine attempts.

I said I first heard of ADE this morning. It was in this article from Germany.

Whistleblower from Berlin nursing home: the terrible dying after vaccination

For the first time, there is an eyewitness report from a Berlin nursing home on the situation after the vaccination. It comes from the AGAPLESION Bethanien Havelgarten retirement home in Berlin-Spandau. There, within four weeks after the first vaccination with the BioNTech/Pfizer vaccine Comirnaty, eight of 31 seniors, who suffered from dementia but were in good physical condition according to their age before the vaccination, died. The first death occurred after only six days, and five other seniors died approximately 14 days after vaccination. The first symptoms of the disease had already appeared shortly after the vaccination.

As of that writing, 11 more are sick and at risk of death.

So… They’re pushing “vaccines” that they say won’t confer immunity, that might kill you flat out (low probability for most individuals), and might make ChinCOVID worse if you’re exposed. Quack Fauci says the “vaccine” will reduce the symptoms if you get ChinCOVID.

Nope, nope. Ain’t happening. At best, that’s a treatment for a disease. I’m not taking a treatment for a disease I don’t have any more than I would shoot up a non-diabetic with insulin.

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ChinCOVID: Called it.

Some time back, someone wondered how TPTB would “end” the ChinCOVID Menace once BidenHarris was in office. I predicted three things they could do.

1. Drop the amplification cycles on PCR testing from the insane CDC recommended Ct of 40, to a more reasonable 30 or so. That would drastically reduce the false positives they call “cases.” Probably by 90%.

Nailed it. And they released that notice on Inauguration Day.

2. Stop the insane surge in testing.

Well, well…

Coastal Health District to halt testing in Camden, McIntosh counties
Starting in February, all free COVID-19 testing by the Coastal Health District will be done in Glynn and Chatham counties, freeing up resources to give vaccines and provide other services.

Free COVID tests will no longer be available through health departments in McIntosh, Camden, Effingham, Liberty, Long and Bryan counties starting on Monday.

And 3. Get Johns-Hopkins, Worldometer, et all to stop reporting cases by date the test result was finally reported to health departments, and start reporting by Date of Onset/Testing.

The first two will reduce “cases” so dramatically that number isn’t really needed, but I’m still expecting it in three… two…

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Good God

I could talk about the Georgia run-offs, but that’s pretty much as I expected: Dominion scanners slectively nit working in Republican strongholds, observers blocked from viewing the process, dubious ballot adjudication by unsupervised/observed individuals, Democrat strongholds stopping the count in the middle of the night…

Same people with the same systems breaking the same laws.

But let’s talk about something else. ChinCOVID, COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2.

Start with this paper. Be warned it’s technical.

External peer review of the RTPCR test to detect SARS-CoV-2 reveals 10 major scientific flaws at the molecular and methodological level: consequences for false positive results.
This paper will show numerous serious flaws in the Corman-Drosten (C-D) paper, the significance of which has led to worldwide misdiagnosis of infections attributed to SARS-CoV-2 and associated with the disease COVID-19. We are confronted with stringent lockdowns which have destroyed many people’s lives and livelihoods, limited access to education and these imposed restrictions by governments around the world are a direct attack on people’s basic rights and their personal freedoms, resulting in collateral damage for entire economies on a global scale.

TL;DR: The Corman-Drosten paper being criticized is the basis of the RNA PCR test for ChinCOVID. And it’s BS.

I was very much aware of one major problem with the PCR test: a very high amplification cycle rate. The more you amplify, the more “noise” you amplify. More than 30 cycles is unusual for a PCR test. Specific research into the number of cycles for ChinCOVID has shown that samples that test positive at more than 30 cycles has no more than a 50:50 chance of being real. That is, a swab that tests positive at 30 cycles has a 50:50 chance of being successfully cultured. That’s even odds of a viable virus being present.

At 35 cycles 97% of the samples cannot be successfully cultured; there was no viable virus present.

The CDC recommends 40+ cycles.

That’s the problem I knew about. But read this paper, and you’ll see it’s fatally flawed.

The C-D test examines two genes for specific nucleotide combinations, allegedly specific to ChinCOVID. But the test was designed without access to an actual SARS-CoV-2 virus, live or otherwise. C-D assumed that it was the same family as the old SARS-CoV, and looks for one sequence from that. Then it looks for a second sequence that was published by the Chinese in a public database, which came from SARS-CoV-2.

But… there is a third gene, with a nucleotide sequence that has only been found in two beta-corona viruses: SARS-C0V and SARS-CoV-2. It’s perfect for excluding other betacoroanviruses, making the test definitively specific for SARS-CoV-2.

The ChinCOVID PCR test does not check for that specific third gene.

Turns out there are other problems with the described test protocol… as in the protocol isn’t really specified. Temperatures for reactions at different stages of the test aren’t specified. That will affect the accuracy. It doesn’t specify the number of amplification cycles.

Even C-D admitted their test generated a high number of false positives. They’d get a positive on a sample, retest it multiple times and keep getting negatives.

The C-D PCR test is bullshit. It will pop positive for most betacoronaviruses.

Interestingly, back in April — when everyone was scrambling for tests — a Florida researcher repurposed an old test for ChinCOVID. Dr. Lednicky very kindly took time away from his work to describe his test to me (because the “news” reporter so botched the description of it that I thought it was impossible for it to work). Dr. Lednicky described how he modified his existing test to look for the ChinCOVID-specific nucleotide sequence. And he mentioned that his previous test (it was designed to find new, unknown viral variants in the field) had a factor that excluded other known human betacoronaviruses.

Now that I know about the C-D test flaw, I’d bet that Dr. Lednicky’s “exclusion factor” is that very third gene that C-D doesn’t bother checking.

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Wow. Look at that ChinCOVID surge.

This is Georgia, as of December 29, 2020.

Oops. My bad.

That was total PCR tests per day. Here’s new daily cases

Doesn’t look good, does it? But wait; let’s look at that surge in deaths.

Huh. How peculiar. It’s almost as if record-level testing is simply finding the widespread mild/asymptomatic cases I predicted several months ago. Or maybe we have a lot of Coca-Cola drinkers.*

For those interested, the Infection Fatality Rate for 50-59yo (my age group, and where it starts getting “bad”) is…


Another interesting factoid: Around 17% of Georgians smoke, which the state tracks as a “co-morbidity.” You’d expect around 17% of ChinCOVID positive cases to be smokers. But it’s currently running 6.85%. Smokers are seriously under-represented in ChinCOVID cases.

In related news, seasonal flu seems to be virtually non-existent. I found this CDC chart of deaths to be fascinating.

Flu deaths disappeared just as “ChinCOVID” deaths surged. How ’bout that?

And look at flu testing.

A cumulative total of 720 positive flu tests? Nationwide? For the same timeframe last year, we had millions. But if surgical complications, vehicle crashes, gun shots, et al can be “ChinnCOVID,” why not the very similar flu?

Added, 12/30/2020: This comment at 57 Magnum needs to be emphasized.

Dan30 December, 2020 02:24

In the ER where I work anyone coming in with symptoms of an upper respiratory illness gets tested. The list of lab tests ordered shows up on a computer trackboard I can monitor. In the past such patients were tested for Influenza A and B. Since the current insanity started all symptomatic patients are being tested for Covid. I have NOT SEEN A SINGLE PATIENT tested for Influenza since spring. They are ONLY tested for Covid. You CANNOT track influenza cases if you don’t test for it. In an HONEST SYSTEM symptomatic patients would be tested for BOTH. They aren’t. There is an agenda behind the testing regime. They don’t WANT to track influenza cases. Those numbers don’t serve the agenda.

* The always accurate PolitiFake claims to have “debunked” this. The only problem is that the Fakers reference a Dialab antigen (antibody) test, while “Member of Parliament Michael Schnedlitz administered a COVID-19 PCR test.” Dialabs makes three rapid ChinCOVID tests: two are specific PCR tests, while the third is an antigen test. PolitiFake seems to have confused them.

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[UPDATED 7!!] Expect to see a lot more of this: 5,052

Toldja so.

Alaska Health Worker Hospitalized After Experiencing ‘Serious Reaction’ to Pfizer’s Coronavirus Vaccine
The worker had what the New York Times described as a “serious reaction” after receiving the vaccination and remained in the hospital as of Wednesday morning, according to the paper. The worker had “no history of drug allergies,” the Times reported, adding that it remains “unclear whether he or she suffered from other types of allergies, according to one person familiar with the case.”

No, it won’t happen to everyone getting the vaccine. Not even the majority. But it will happen a lot.

Added: Make that TWO people in Alaska, not one. (Oopsie. Three now. See below.)

Added, 12/18: Uh huh.

During our livestream of the vaccinations at CHI Memorial, Nurse Manager Tiffany Dover while speaking to the media about receiving the vaccine mentioned she started feeling dizzy. She fainted, but thankfully one of the doctors behind her caught her.
The doctors there at CHI Memorial said this is not related to the ingredients in the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the CDC, fainting can happen after many types of vaccinations and medical procedures. The CDC says although fainting has a variety of possible causes, it is usually triggered by pain or anxiety.

Yeah, right. When I was very, very young, I was terrified of shots. It took multiple people to hold me down for vaccinations. And yet, I never fainted.

Added, 12/19: More.

FDA Says 5 People in US Had Allergic Reactions after Pfizer Shot
Around five recipients of Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE’s COVID-19 vaccine in the United States have had allergic reactions this week, a top U.S. Food and Drug Administration official said on Friday during a press conference.

Dr. Peter Marks, director of the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said that a chemical called polyetheylene glycol that is an ingredient in both the Pfizer vaccine and the Moderna Inc vaccine authorized on Friday “could be the culprit” causing the reactions.

I’m calling BS on polyethylene glycol being the culprit. That is a common food and drink additive, toothpaste ingredient, and is used in cosmetics and lubricants. If these people had an allergic reaction to polyethylene glycol in the vaccine, they should have had an allergic reaction to bushing their teeth that morning.

Added, 12/20: Alaska again.

Third allergic reaction to COVID-19 vaccine reported in Alaska
A third health care worker in Alaska has suffered an allergic reaction to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. Severe allergic reactions can occur with any vaccine, but are extremely rare.

Apparently not so rare wuth this vaccine.

Added, 12/20, just a few minutes later…

Hospital in Chicago suburb is forced to halt COVID-19 vaccinations after four employees have adverse reaction to the shots
Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville stopped the vaccinations on Friday and will resume them on Sunday.

The unidentified employees experienced reactions that included tingling and elevated heart rate just moments after taking the vaccine, ABC 7 reports.

Just to clear, I am not even looking for adverse reaction reports. I am not seeking this stuff out. This just pops up in my regular news feeds.

Added, 12/20, 10:15AM: I swear, I am not searching these out. It just keeps happening… as I predicted.

Feds issue new guidelines, launch probe to address early allergic reactions to COVID vaccine
CDC guidelines say anyone who has suffered severe reaction should skip second dose. Chemical known as polyethylene glycol suspected.

You probably get more polyethylene glycol in a large Three Muskeers bar than in a diluted 0.3 ml vaccine.

Added, 12/21: Thanks to Sheila in a comment below: 5,052 people have had “Health Impact Events.”

The rate is 2.3% and increasing.


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[Updated 2] About that Pfizer mRNA ChinCOVID vaccine

(see update below)

…and why I won’t take it. Or the Moderna version.

Last month, I gave my reasoning, but it was in a private, members-only forum. But I think my comments should be preserved for public posterity.

I’m leery of being an early recipient of a newly developed viral protein coat vaccine, because sometime flaws occur when they scale up production from testing to inoculating a nation. But this…

Instead of injecting a known quantity of a known protein to stimulate an immune response, this tricks the body’s cells into mass producing the proteins. How much? Who knows. It’ll vary widely from individual to individual. Delayed –for days or weeks — anaphylactic shock is a possibility. And that’s if the vaccine is right.

If something bad happens with the nucleotides, that vaccine could potentially tell your body to produce an outright toxic protein. I suspect one of the things the manufacturers like is that this is probably “manufactured” through PCR. They are going to have to be damned careful to avoid any contaminant, any stray RNA, because if the slightest bit of a potentially lethally coding strand gets in there, PCR will happily amplify that, along with the vaccine.

To clarify further: Conventional vaccines like the seasonal flu vaccines use the protein coat of the virus, but without the interior RNA that makes a virus work. So a known amount of a foreign protein is injected, and the body’s immune system sees the protein, recognizes it as foreign, and produces antibodies against that protein. So when/if the actual virus shows up, your body already knows how to recognize it and produce the proper antibodies. And the immune system stores the memory of the antibody for future use, which is why, if you had the smallpox vaccination as a kid, you’re still good to go years later.

The Pfizer/Moderna vaccines don’t use the protein coat. They use messenger RNA. mRNA is the mechanism inside the cell that transfers information from the DNA — about what protein to build — to the ribosomes, which are the “protein factories.”

The mRNA vaccines are custom-built mRNA pre-programmed for viral coat proteins. It enters cells and “hijacks” the ribosomes to trick your body into producing foreign proteins that look like the viral coat. So instead of introducing a known quantity of a foreign protein into the body, the body will start manufacturing foreign proteins in mass quantity.

Allergic reactions are the body reacting to foreign proteins. Anaphylactic shock — potentially deadly if untreated — is the body over-reacting to foreign proteins, or to large quantities of such.

Moving from test trials to mass inoculation, I fear we’ll see a lot of variation in individuals regarding how much proteins are produced. I’m not going to be a bit surprised if we don’t see some people going into anaphylactic shock days — maybe even weeks — after being vaccinated.

Another potential issue is protein coding errors. It would be real shame if you got your shot late in the day when the vaccine — which has to be shipped in dry ice so as to not degrade — has warmed up, and it turned out the degradation caused the mRNA to start coding errors and producing a lethal protein.

YMMV, but I think mRNA vaccines needed a lot more testing before going to mass human use. It’s a neat idea in theory, but I’m not sure enough that it’s ready for primetime to take it.

Added, 12/9: Well, well.

People who suffer ‘significant’ allergic reactions told not to take new Covid-19 vaccine
UK regulators have issued a warning that people who have a history of “significant” allergic reactions should not currently receive the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine.

The warning comes after two NHS staff members who received the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine suffered an allergic reaction, the NHS in England has confirmed.

Added, 12/17: And now that vaccination just started inn the US…

It begins.

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ChinCOVID in the wild in the US last year

I’ve maintained for months that ChinCOVID was in the US far earlier than the official general “wisdom,” and that the call for social distancing et al came far too late to doing any good.

We know from testing that people across the country had already developed ChinCOVID-specific antibodies by March, 2020.

Then the CDC decided that it was in the US by late January. But antibody testing in Ohio had already shown positives in in early January. And when they went back to check on a Washington state woman who had been hospitalized with what they retroactively recognized as ChinCOVID-type symptoms… Yep, positive for SARS-CoV-2 type antibodies. And that had to be community spread because she hadn’t traveled.

And now we have this:

Does This Study Shift the Covid-19 Narrative About When the Virus Was in the US?
“This study aimed to determine when the virus might have first appeared in the United States by using archived samples from routine blood donations collected by the Red Cross. The non-identifiable blood samples used in the study—from donors in nine states between Dec. 13, 2019 and Jan. 17, 2020.”

In the study of the blood samples, Covid-19 antibodies were detected in 84 donors on the west coast from Washington, Oregon, and California as early as December 13. Other samples were from donations made between late December to mid-January from six other states showing the antibodies — Iowa, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Wisconsin. The key aspect is these were not showing positive viral activity but the presence of the anti-SARS CoV-2 antibodies, the virus causing Covid-19.

Seven to fourteen days to develop antibodies means these “cases” dated to no later than early December. And probably much earlier, if the people were at all symptomatic, because last time I donated, they wouldn’t accept blood from someone who was sick. But I’m no longer eligible to donate blood, so maybe that changed.

And please note the geographical distribution of those people: coast to coast. By December, ChinCOVID was everywhere. Very likely anyone who was sick was simply diagnosed as a cold or flu.

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Johns Hopkins ChinCOVID Reporting Looks…

…remarkably like Gropin’ Joe’s election numbers.

Johns Hopkins:

Georgia Department of Public Health:

And those 37 deaths Johns Hopkins claims?

GA DPH says… 0. Zero. Nada. None. Zilch. Granted, that’s preliminary and some deaths for that day might be reported in the future; but where does JH get off inventing unreported deaths? And inflating daily new cases by 3100X?

Did Dominion move into the pandemic market, too?

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“But I want 32 hours of over time.”

Tom is a clerk, earning $10 an hour. He fills out a time sheet showing 8 hours per day, Monday through Friday, and turns it in to his boss at the end of the day Friday.

A week later, he receives the check for that period. He looks at it and realizes his boss has paid him for 40 regular hours, a total of $400 before taxes.

“Hey, boss! My check is wrong. You under paid me.”

“What? Let me see that.” His boss examines the check and statement. “Looks right to me 40 hours at ten bucks an hour.”

“No,” Tom objected. “I had 32 hours of overtime.” He waves the time sheet in his boss’s face. “See? 40 hours reported on Friday.”

“No, Tom; you worked 8 hours on Friday. Certainly not more hours than there are in a day.”

“But I reported them on Friday. So that’s when they should be counted.”

His boss sighs in exasperation. “Tell me again where you worked before here.”

“Johns Hopkins.”

Yeah, Johns Hopkins is like that; lumping all the reported ChinCOVID cases from different days — sometimes different months — together as if they all happened the day they were reported.

Johns Hopkins claimed 3,424 “new cases” and 37 deaths on 11/19, in Georgia.

Georgia on the other hand gives preliminary counts (preliminary, because it takes a while — sometimes months — for reports to come in) of 1 new case and 0 deaths on 11/19.

Interestingly, JH’s cases number doesn’t even match the Georgia Date of Report number: 2,375 (and one of those occurred July 6). Somehow, JH found an extra 689 that Georgia doesn’t know about.

Perhaps I should change the name to Tom Hopkins.

But “Tom’s” numbers are what all the media reports to claim a huge surge in “new cases”

(Yes, I know I’ve been over this quite a bit before. But a few folks seem to have difficulty grasping why the difference between date of onset and date of report matters. I thought the little parable would help the short bus set get the idea.)

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