09-15 Politically Incorrect Daily

Political Memes and Funny Pictures

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adam sandler me in my kids daily zoom meeting trying to learn second grade math
should change the term average joe biden tiger king you
liberals stop spewing msnbc cnn daily kos before criticizing fox news breitbart thatd be great
china holding joe biden on leash kneeling mask
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joe biden i have made in america plan china mask
liberals omg conservatives are brainwashed also drinking cnn msnbc post nyt buzzfeed vox vice
babylon bee academy strips schindlers list of oscar
donald trump nobel peace prize hippee
post september 11 19 years ago move on mean like slavery

Tweets of the Day

tweet joel pollak ronald klein covid 19 fear epidemic joe biden february
tweet robinson bubba wallace noose fitton mueller team intersectionality class

Quote of the Day

quote danny carlton before saying no joe biden signs remember free manure same thing

Message of the Day

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Random Thoughts of the Day

The biggest argument cited against proposed Covid-19 treatments such as hydroxychloroquine and Remdesivir by Dr. Fauci and the media is “lack of controlled studies.” For those unfamiliar with research, let’s discuss. In any scientific study, you ideally want two study groups — an experimental group and a control group. You try to keep as many variables the same between the groups, then give the item studied to only the experimental group. In other words, you isolate the results to one variable. It’s best to use “double blind” groups, in which the subjects don’t know if they’re getting the treatment or not, which helps eliminate psychological effects. So, for example, if you studied hydroxychloroquine on Covid-19 patients, you’d try to find, say 10,000 patients with about the same age, fitness level, health conditions, etc.; then, you’d give 5000 patients the drug and 5000 patients a sugar pill. Next, you’d follow up the results in the immediate future as well as years down the road (for immunity, secondary health effects, etc.). No doubt, it’d be nice to have these controlled studies on effectiveness, but do you see the potential issues?

1. Controlled studies are expensive, complex, and time-consuming to conduct.
2. Humans are complex creatures with widely-varying health levels and genetic makeup, so getting adequate compare groups would be difficult.
3. Controlling the experiment over time would be near impossible. You can’t say to patients, “whether this works or not, don’t use any other treatments or change your lifestyle.” If someone isn’t getting better, their doctors will likely use alternative treatment methods.
4. It’s borderline unethical. If you have a treatment that will likely cure an illness, how can you justify letting half the study get treated with nothing?

Time is of the essence with any virus, so why tie the hands of doctors and scientists? If the patients are being cured and they’re doing nothing against their will, does it really matter how the cure happened? In my opinion, fascist governors, the FDA, and any others that stand in the way of patients’ right-to-try are no better than common murderers. And anyway, we all know, it’s politics driving their decisions, not science.

Ironically, one of the biggest complaints of anti-vaxxers is a lack of controlled studies on the vaccines. Two big differences though: 1) many of these vaccines have been in use for decades, so there’s been plenty of time to at least try some studies, and 2) common vaccines are often forced on people as a condition of school or employment. All I’m suggesting is each patient should be able to make their own informed decisions as it only affects his or herself (remember, “my body, my choice,” liberals?).

BTW, Dr. Fauci opposes hydroxychloroquine for the “lack of controlled studies” excuse, but he opposes doing controlled studies a Covid-19 vaccine and other vaccines for the “ethical” reasons of control groups. In other words, he’s a slimy, despicable, Deep State tool who is using any kind of double talk he can get away with to keep the panic/hysteria going until the election.

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dr fauci when your pitch is as accurate as your covid 19 predictions
weather man no one can be as wrong as often still have job dr fauci wanna bet
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dr fauci scientific advice wear mask dont virus not threat millions die charlie brown

Other Links That May Interest You

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12 Lessons Learned from Covid-19
9 Steps to Solve to the Covid-19 Crisis
Donald Trump Meme Gallery

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