What If We Achieved Herd Immunity?

      
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Dan
Dan
1 month ago

We are close to “herd immunity, we may have already reached it. I spend 40 hours a week seeing ER patients in a small hospital. Last fall I routinely saw half a dozen possible COVID patients a day. I haven’t seen half a dozen in the last month. That tells me the PLannedemic is OVER. But the power mongers are NEVER going to admit that because they NEVER want to give up the control over society they have seized. I fully expect them to continue the charade and if necessary release new and different virus stains to justify their continued crime spree.

NITZAKHON
NITZAKHON
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan

Precisely. Look, there’s a new Brazilian variant… even more double-plus ungood than the last one.

FedUpFLman
FedUpFLman
1 month ago
Reply to  NITZAKHON

They will probably be mixing it with the Ebola that was found in Africa recently..idk.. I do know we can expect many more viruses, bc this worked PERFECT for the agenda..smh

NITZAKHON
NITZAKHON
1 month ago
Reply to  FedUpFLman

They would not need to mix Ebola with anything.
Just release it in, say, NYFC, LA, Sh*tcago, San Franfruitcake-io, and let it go.
Heck, I’m surprised it hasn’t happened already.

Laura McDonough
Laura McDonough
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan

Now they are hyping booster shots for any new strains coming out just like flu shots and 90% of people believe this and cannot think logically.

FedUpFLman
FedUpFLman
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan

SPOT ON! Sad part is, WHAT IF… What if they decided to flip this strain to attack those that didn’t vac/comply very hard and fast..Knowing most patriots against them would be on that list…? It makes me nervous! They have been a step ahead and shit needs to change quick

Tim Bennett
Tim Bennett
1 month ago

In my State, we saw a small peak, then a larger one. However, the small peak is a statistical illusion. We didn’t have enough tests to find all the cases at that (peak) time. Columbia University estimates that there were 10 times as many cases as were actually found for peak one. So, the pattern in reality was a large first peak, and a half strength second peak the next fall/winter.
I don’t think it’s coincidence that SarsCoV1 followed that exact pattern back in 2003 and 2004. Since 2004, SarsCoV1 hasn’t been seen outside a lab.
The pandemic is over.

Gen.Patton
Gen.Patton
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim Bennett

Not 1 aspect of this “pandemic” has been legitimate from the very start.It is an engineered crisis designed to: 1. Steal the election 2. Control the population in unprecedented ways. 3. Implement a vaccine that will change our Human DNA.