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caddieman

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  1. Ding Ding Ding! Tell’em what he’s won Jonny!
  2. Trump was in charge of the nation January 6th! So are you saying the government was the source of all all our problems then? Well dang you must be one of those RINOS I hear so much about! Think before you hit send! Lol
  3. Let me ask you what do you need a 50 cal for? Give me a practical application for it! And explain to me how she is a patriot?
  4. Radical Right Wacko reeling them in! Playing her base like a fiddle! And they will eat it up. She is a smart evil politician I will give her that! Anyone that follows her word for word is nothing but brain washed. It’s that and simple.
  5. Getting my 3rd jab in a week. My butt will be in the air, and will be pointing in your general direction!💉😇
  6. Fact Check-2015 Nobel Prize for ivermectin intended for treatment of parasitic infections doesn’t prove its efficacy on COVID-19 By Reuters Fact Check 4 MIN READ Social media users claim that the drug Ivermectin is safe to use as it received the Nobel Prize in 2015. While it did win the prize, this was for parasitic infections and it does not mean the drug is a safe or effective drug in the treatment of COVID-19, a virus. As of this article’s publication, public health authorities in the United States are not recommending ivermectin for the treatment of COVID-19. Scientific studies are ongoing. Examples can be seen here and here . The text in the image reads: “IVERMECTIN. If you just got finessed into calling the medicine that won the 2015 Nobel Prize for its role in treating human disease ‘horse de-wormer’, then you need to sit the next couple of plays out.” The description in one post reads: “Ivermectin has been given to humans 3.7 billion times in the past 30 years. It’s totally safe and has been called a “miracle drug.” Its creators won a Nobel Prize in Medicine for inventing it, and the WHO puts it on a list of ‘must have drugs’ for any country.” One half of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to William C. Campbell and Satoshi Omura for “for their discoveries concerning a novel therapy against infections caused by roundworm parasites,” according to the Nobel Prize website here . The website says that Campbell Omura discovered that the drug Avermectin, which was chemically modified to a better compound called Ivermectin, “radically lowered” cases of river blindness, lymphatic filariasis and other parasitic diseases in humans. “Ivermectin was later tested in humans with parasitic infections and effectively killed parasite larvae (microfilaria),” the website said. “Collectively, Ōmura and Campbell’s contributions led to the discovery of a new class of drugs with extraordinary efficacy against parasitic diseases.” The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advises on its website (here) that it received reports of patients who became sick after self-medicating with ivermectin intended for livestock. A Reuters fact-check on why ivermectin intended for animal use should not be used on humans can be seen here . Ivermectin intended for animals comes in various formulations to treat or prevent parasites. In humans, ivermectin can come in tablets approved at specific doses for treating parasitic worms or in topical forms for headlice and skin conditions, according to the FDA (here). However, the drug is not yet approved for use in humans for preventing or treating COVID-19 and data thus far does not show efficacy against the virus. The FDA explains: “Even the levels of ivermectin for approved human uses can interact with other medications, like blood-thinners. You can also overdose on ivermectin, which can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, hypotension (low blood pressure), allergic reactions (itching and hives), dizziness, ataxia (problems with balance), seizures, coma and even death.” VERDICT Missing context. Two scientists did receive a Nobel Prize for their discovery of Ivermectin, but it was intended to treat parasitic infections in humans, not COVID-19. This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team. Read more about our fact-checking work  here  .          https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-nobel-ivermectin/fact-check-2015-nobel-prize-for-ivermectin-intended-for-treatment-of-parasitic-infections-doesnt-prove-its-efficacy-on-covid-19-idUSL1N2QB2XA
  7. Can’t argue with someone who gets their information from radical right social media and they think it’s legitimate! It’s like trying to chip down a stone wall by throwing eggs at it.
  8. Just pointing out the fact that many posters here use almost exclusively social media,YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc and post it as fact when many times it is just doctored up garbage. I’ve said many times on here to fact-check anything that is posted here only to be told fact check sights are all fake and government controlled. I’m glad we now have a fact check sight that is excepted by some of the radical right people.
  9. Since this is now a fact check site that is considered legit by some members here. Here ya go. Fact Check-Photo of Kamala Harris with Jeffrey Epstein is digitally altered By Reuters Fact Check 4 MIN READ Social media users have shared an image alleging it shows U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris with late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. The image is not authentic and has been digitally altered to include Epstein. Examples of the image are viewable (here), (here), (here), (here), (here), (here) and (here). One individual added in the comments: “Somehow this doesn’t surprise me..... [sic] not much does these days!” The image is not authentic, however. The original photograph was captured by photographer Jerod Harris in September 2015 and shows Harris alongside her husband, Doug Emhoff (here). Epstein’s head was added into the photograph by superimposing it onto Emhoff’s body. The caption of the original photograph on Getty Images reads: “Douglas Emhoff and Kamala Harris [attend] The Broad Museum Black Tie Inaugural Dinner at The Broad on September 17, 2015, in Los Angeles, California.” The authentic image has been published by numerous outlets, including Grazia (here) and Bustle (here). Epstein was found dead in his prison cell in 2019 at the Manhattan Detention Complex on August 10, 2019, after pleading not guilty to sex trafficking charges involving dozens of underage girls at his mansions in New York City and Palm Beach, Florida (here). Longtime associate of Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, lost a bid to dismiss her sex-trafficking indictment on August 13 (here). Reuters has previously addressed digitally altered images appearing to show Jeffrey Epstein alongside high profile individuals (here), (here), (here) and (here). VERDICT Altered. The original image was taken in September 2015 and shows U.S. VP Harris alongside her husband, Doug Emhoff at an event in Los Angeles. This article was produced by the Reuters Fact Check team. Read more about our fact-checking work here . https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-photo-harris-and-epstein/fact-check-photo-of-kamala-harris-with-jeffrey-epstein-is-digitally-altered-idUSL1N2Q1292
  10. So now the FBI is above reproach……….hummmm!………How convenient!🤔
  11. MyPillow Guy’s ‘Cyber Expert’ Admits They Have No Proof of Election Hack BOGUS The $5 million that Mike Lindell offered to any symposium attendee who could disprove his theory that China stole the election is now off the table. Justin Baragona Contributing Editor Updated Aug. 12, 2021 11:29AM ET Published Aug. 11, 2021 11:04PM ET Well, it looks like the “con is winding down.” Trump-boosting pillow salesman Mike Lindell had offered $5 million to anyone who showed up to his three-day “cyber symposium” and could disprove his claims that China hacked the 2020 presidential election via voting machines. That offer is no longer on the table as of Wednesday evening, according to Josh Merritt, the MyPillow CEO’s lead cyber expert. In an interview with The Washington Times on Wednesday, Merritt acknowledged that the data Lindell had long promised to reveal at this week’s symposium in South Dakota was bogus. While the pillow mogul has long boasted he had 37 terabytes of “irrefutable” evidence that revealed Chinese-backed hackers had broken into election systems in all 50 states and flipped votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden, he had delayed unveiling the “packet captures”—otherwise known as intercepted network traffic or pcaps—throughout the seminar. Throughout the first day of the symposium, several cyber experts who had traveled to Sioux Falls to attend in person and examine the packet captures had become frustrated and irritated that Lindell failed to provide any data, with one attendee saying they’d only been shown “random garbage that wastes our time.” According to Merritt, that’s because there was nothing to reveal. The “packet captures are unrecoverable in the data” and “the data, as provided, cannot prove a cyberincursion by China,” he told the Times. “So our team said, we’re not going to say that this is legitimate if we don’t have confidence in the information,” Merritt said. Lindell had recently aired videos of incomprehensible text scrolling in the background, claiming these were the pcaps he had received and that the proof of widespread election fraud they contained would be so compelling, the Supreme Court would vote 9-0 to reinstate Trump as president. The blurred scrolling images appear to have been all for show. Another cyber expert, J. Kirk Weibe, told the Times that the “text was likely meant to resemble what the packet captures would look like in the data set but were not actual packet captures.” The original source of the data, Dennis L. Montgomery, had supposedly suffered a stroke as the symposium began and was not in attendance nor made available for contact throughout the first two days of the event. Montgomery initially came forward with the supposed packet captures after he spun a conspiracy theory that tools used by the CIA were being used to influence U.S. elections. Both Merritt and Krieb, both of whom have pushed claims of voter fraud, agreed that the data Montgomery sent didn’t contain any packet captures and are useless in proving Lindell’s conspiracy that China changes millions of votes. Merritt, however, said he still feels the data they were given contains important “forensic” proof that voters were manipulated, and he congratulated himself for what he was able to do with it. “We were handed a turd,” he told the Times. “And I had to take that turd and turn it into a diamond. And that’s what I think we did.” Before becoming Lindell’s lead “cyber expert,” Merritt had been pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell’s secret “military intelligence expert” in her “Kraken” lawsuits alleging foreign actors had used Dominion voting machines to steal votes from Trump. Merritt, known as “Spyder” in Powell’s court filings, is an information technology consultant and an Army veteran. However, he never completed an entry-level training course for military intelligence and was not an intelligence analyst. All of the Powell cases he offered expert testimony to were tossed out of court. In addition to promises of big reveals that Lindell could not back up and complaints that Fox News is ignoring him, the flop of a conference in Sioux Falls has been beset by bad news. The start of the event, which was delayed by technical issues, coincided with the revelation that Dominion Voting Systems had hit far-right networks One America News and Newsmax with billion-dollar defamation lawsuits. (Both channels had heavily promoted Lindell’s symposium, and OAN has aired the even nonstop.) And just hours before Merritt acknowledged that Lindell had no proof to back up his election lies, a judge dealt a brutal blow to Lindell, denying the pillow king’s motion to dismiss Dominion’s $1.3 billion lawsuit over his claims the company rigged the election. https://www.thedailybeast.com/mypillow-guy-mike-lindells-cyber-expert-admits-they-have-no-proof-of-election-hack?ref=scroll
  12. Forgot to add. https://www.texastribune.org/2021/07/21/coronavirus-texas-vaccinated-deaths/
  13. Preliminary data shows 99.5% of COVID-related deaths in Texas were among unvaccinated people, according to the Department of State Health Services. BY COLLEEN DEGUZMAN JULY 21, 2021UPDATED: JULY 23, 2021 Of the 8,787 people who have died in Texas due to COVID-19 since early February, at least 43 were fully vaccinated, the Texas Department of State Health Services said. That means 99.5% of people who died due to COVID-19 in Texas from Feb. 8 to July 14 were unvaccinated, while 0.5% were the result of “breakthrough infections,” which DSHS defines as people who contracted the virus two weeks after being fully vaccinated. The agency said nearly 75% of the 43 vaccinated people who died were fighting a serious underlying condition, such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer or chronic lung disease. Additionally, it said 95% of the 43 vaccinated people who died were 60 or older, and that a majority of them were white and a majority were men. DSHS noted that these are preliminary numbers, which could change because each case must be confirmed through public health investigations. Statewide, more than 50,000 people have died of COVID-19 since March 2020, but the rate of deaths has slowed dramatically since vaccines became widely available in April. Dr. David Lakey, the chief medical officer of the University of Texas System, said people succumbing to the coronavirus despite being vaccinated was “not unexpected.” “No vaccine is 100%,” said Lakey, who is also a member of the Texas Medical Association’s COVID-19 task force. “And we’ve known for a long while that the vaccines aren’t 100%, but they’re really really good at preventing severe disease and hospitalizations. … There will always be some individuals that will succumb to the illness in the absence of full herd immunity.” He added that 0.5% is “a very low number of individuals in a state of 30 million. … In the grand perspective of everything, that’s not a large number that would call into question at all the use of this vaccine.”
  14. Nobody in my family is brainwashed by the radical right lies. So I highly doubt it. But thanks for your concern!
  15. Well you’re dead azz wrong! And I laugh at the outlandish comments reference. I’m boring compared to most here!😂👌
  16. The hypocrisy stinks to high heaven with the Trumpkins. Anyone who watched that those four police officers testify and blows it off as nothing happened is just delusional. It’s funny, I noticed on this forum the more red rubies you get the more you know the givers know you’re right.
  17. I hope everyone is watching the insurrection hearing happening on capital hill right now. You will see the true patriots speaking the truth!
  18. Me 2 Shabs. Voted for both Bush’s and John McCain as well. But I’m demonic…………go figure!😂
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