06-26 Politically Incorrect Daily

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Another Day, Another PsyOps

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If you don’t recognize the formula by now, Feds and paid leftist activists are planted at conservative/libertarian rallies to pose as “nazis,” “white supremacists,” “kkk,” or “insurrections.” MSNBC, CNN, etc. are told where to go. They film the selected parts of the rally so they can play the same videos on loop 24/7 (but never parts of the rally like those in the tweet). Anderson Cooper, Joy Reid, Rachel Maddow, etc. whip up their leftwing audiences to hate & fear these “right-wing extemists.” Leftist politicians are brought in to comment on the unconstitutional, anti-Democratic actions that MUST be taken to save our country. Lather Rinse Repeat. 🙄

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“Anti-Vaxxer” – The Latest Label Used to Discredit & Shut Down Debate

The Left has an arsenal of standard attacks words to throw around to discredit, attack, and silence their enemies…ones that are rarely defined — racist, sexist, homophophe, hate speech, misinformationm,  and so on. They’re the fallback building blocks of the mentally weak who don’t want to debate issues based on facts & logic. Since 2020, a new one has joined their standbys — Anti-Vaxxer. To much of the country, they’ve successfully branded anyone with this title as a nutbag conspiracy theorist who relies on junk science spread through fake news & Russian disinformation websites. The truth of what people with this label believe is meaningless–they’re rarely ever asked and are usually disappeared from TV, the web, and social media before anyone gets to hear their side of the story. That’s bad, of course, but even worse is how the label, like racist, has expanded to virtually anyone who goes against anything in the Science Fascism talking points. Mention the Covid vaccines don’t prevent transmission? Anti-Vaxxer. Point out they don’t stop you from getting Covid? Anti-Vaxxer. Ask why there has been a sudden increase in certain medical conditions the past few years? Anti-Vaxxer. Ask why pharma companies have liability shields from their products if they’re 100% safe? Anti-Vaxxer. Claim natural immunity is better than the vaccine-acquired kind? Anti-Vaxxer. Take every common vaccine your entire life but be hesitant about a new mRNA one approved only for “emergency use?” Yep, still an Anti-Vaxxer. Even if you’re one of those crazy people who relies on healthy diet, exercise, sleep, and the human immune system over modern pharma? Defintely, an Anti-Vaxxer.

In addition to silencing such people, it’s a control mechanism. In other words, toe the line, do as your told, and never, NEVER ask questions or YOU TOO will be put in that crazy Anti-Vaxxer group. The most unpardonable sin you can commit nowadays is to give a platform to any prominent voices from the so-called Anti-Vaxxers, as has been done recently by Joe Rogan and Tucker Carlson. Carlson, of course, has been fired for his habit of asking taboo questions, and they’re have been major pushes to fire Joe Rogan, but both have far too big of audiences to be silenced.

Joe Rogan gained attention recently for, horror of horrors, interviewing the man who has become synonymous with Anti-Vaxxer — RFK, Jr. Is RFK against vaccines? Yes, some of them, of course. But as with so many of these silenced voices, if you let him actually speak, you might come away with a totally different opinion. As RFK describes in his books (including one I’d recommend, The Real Anthony Fauci), he is NOT against all vaccines. Some of the older, well-tested ones he supports. Some he supports but has major problems with the ingredients used. Some he opposes in young children when they’re going through the crucial years of developing immunity. Is he right? I have no idea. My guess is he’s dead right on some things and totally wrong on others. That’s why free speech and the Scientific Method are so necessary — eventually, the best information and ideas win out.

But that’s not the current world we live in, where Big Tech, the government, and mainstream media are more interested in silencing dissent, as well as covering up their screw-ups and inaccurate assertions. As with his exposure of America’s Dr. Mengele, Anthony Fauci, RFK pointed out all the inaccuracies and damage done by another “scientist” and MSNBC regular, Peter Hotez. Rogan and several viewers cruelly put together a pool of over $1 million to be donated to the charity of Hotez’s choice simply to debate RFK on his show (Now over $2.5 million). Predictably, Hotez refused, choosing instead to whine to the usual MSNBC lapdogs. Big Tech got the memo and coordinated a mass deplatforming of RFK and anyone associated with him.

When it comes to vaccine effectiveness and side effects, the problem is research. How do you study them? In typical scientific research, you have two groups, a control group and an experimental group. The groups should be as exact as possible with the exception of what you’re studying–in this case, the vaccine. If you get noticeable results between the two groups, you can conclude the difference may be the vaccine. In order to blunt the so-called placebo effect, neither the people receiving or administering the treatment know who is or isn’t getting the treatment (i.e., “double-blind”). Do you see the problems? In order to get an accurate read on the treatment/vaccine, you have to fool half the study group into believing they’re receiving it when they’re actually getting nothing. On top of that, side effects in the experimental group may take years to develop. How likely is it that other factors such as diet/exercise/lifestyle will remain the same between the two groups? What about interactions with all the other drugs from modern medicine? In short, it’s nearly impossible to do accurate research on vaccine use. So, when a new vaccine technology for a new disease came out and didn’t go through a typical FDA approval process, do you understand why some people were hesitant? For vaccines and so many other drugs, all we can turn to is correlational data. As any scientist will tell you, correlation doesn’t prove causation, but at least it may point out areas where further study needs to be done.

Who knows if that will ever happen, though. The fascism that has taken over science may be the most frightening part of the totalitarianism movement. Control in the name of climate change, another area where you’re not allowed to ask questions, affects energy, transportation, food, housing, and so much else of our lives. Science fascism in medicine obviously affect our health. “Anti-Vaxxer,” like racist, climate change denier, and so many other branding terms, are all weapons of the Leftist arsenal, used to discredit anyone who they can’t silence completely through Big Tech censorship. But the ripple effect extends so much further through self-censorhip, to avoid suffering the same fate. “What? I’m not an Anti-Vaxxer!” “I’m not anti-‘science!'” “I’m not a conspiracy theorist!” “Climate change is an existential threat!” “I won’t do any more research on vaccines or climate change–they’re settled science with 100% consensus!” “I will take my medicine, wear my mask, and do as I’m told!!!!”

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Quote of the Day

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5 thoughts on “06-26 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. “… and cry like a bitch.”

    Strange, I don’t recall that in the book when I read it many years ago. It’s heck to get old and lose your memory.

    Just think, if I’d been born in the US I could run for President. I’ve got the most important qualification.

    • Obama was born in Kenya. His family openly posted his Kenyan birth certificate AFTER his 8 years.

      His mother came here with a baby, filled out a form saying the baby was born in Kenya.

      So, your good either way. Just kiss up to the evil collectivists & you got a shot.

      • His grandma was telling people she was in the delivery room in Kenya and he was not born in America. Hence his trip to Hawaii to visit grandmama good timing because she just happened to die while he was there. Saved him a trip back for the funeral.

  2. On those white girls, sipping tea after the poor are driving electric vehicles….

    Maybe I’m a bit slow, but I’ve never noticed a meme that was not based on truth.
    Unless you’re just wanting to take a swipe at white women, I’d really like to see where it is a very large percentage of white women actively behind the electric vehicle craze.

    There may be some white women involved, but I’m not gonna categorize all black women with the ones that bilked BLM for millions and built a mansion.

    If you’re poor, you won’t be able to afford an electric vehicle so the people who are paying taxes will be forced to buy it for you.

    and when that day comes very few people are gonna have a serene look on their face sipping tea, regardless of their skin color.

  3. I think the Richsplaining is spot on.

    The meme attempts to demonize the rich, but rich is relative, and I’m definitely going to go to somebody better than I am at a skill or a craft to learn from them than go to abject failure.

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