It's Just the Coffee Talking: It's still a thing....

Good Morning!

Remember almost 2 years ago when I posted this?

Still so relevant.

This week the 'news' is reporting that all the people who refused the shot on religious grounds can now get the 'new and improved' version which doesn't use cells from dead babies in the production.

We still don't want it.  No experimental, long term untested shots for me thank you.  

Especially since they've been dropping people like flies over the past year.....  oh, we aren't supposed to admit that part out loud are we?  Oops.




Just three picked at random news articles to ponder over your morning coffee........  seriously - picked at random just glancing at the news over the past couple days.  

Biden press secretary unable to explain why visitors need COVID shots but not illegal aliens

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre struggled this week to justify President Joe Biden’s policy of denying COVID-unvaccinated visitors entry into the United States while allowing illegal immigrants to cross the southern border regardless of vaccination status.

The double-standard was highlighted recently by the plight of Serbian Christian tennis player Novak Djokovic, who will not be participating in the upcoming 2022 U.S. Open tennis championship because his refusal to take a COVID-19 shot has barred him from entering the U.S. The Press Secretary attempted to claim Djokovic’s case and the immigration situation are “two different things.”

— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 29, 2022




Former soccer star wants to know why young athletes are dying and no one seems to noticeMedical experts have linked the sudden rise in heart attacks and illnesses to the COVID vaccines.

A former English soccer star lamented last week that no one is paying attention to the sudden rise in deaths of athletes that has taken place since the introduction of the COVID shots.

Speaking last Thursday to Mark Steyn for GBNews, former English soccer star Matt Le Tissier stated that the lack of investigation into the sudden increase of deaths of young athletes is a scandal and so is what he calls a normalization of it in the mainstream media.

“I have seen so many people, so many incidents of young, fit, healthy sports people collapsing on the field of play,” Le Tissier told Steyn. “And it’s just not normal, and yet the media seems to be normalizing it, and nobody seems to be paying any attention whatsoever to this huge rise that has gone on, and for the authorities in charge of these sports to not notice it or not calling an investigation I think is absolutely scandalous.”




19-year-old Canadian hockey player dies after collapsing during game 

Toronto Sun journalist Joe Warmington noted on social media that the hockey league in which the young man played had mandated the COVID-19 vaccine last year. 

Another tragic death occurred in Canada on Tuesday when a 19-year-old hockey captain collapsed and passed away mid-game, sparking many online to question whether the league’s vaccine mandate played a role.





New study on ivermectin finds 92% effectiveness at stopping death from COVID 

Brazilian researcher Dr. Flavio Cadegiani noted that 'the more [ivermectin] you used, the more protection you had' from dying with a COVID-19 infection. 

A large study on the impact of using ivermectin as a prophylaxis for COVID-19 found that regular users of the drug experienced up to a 92 percent reduction in mortality compared to those who did not.

Brazilian research scientist Dr. Flavio A. Cadegiani wrote on Twitter that his study in his home country showed a “dose-response effect,” meaning that “the more you used, the more protection you had.”

He observed that people who use ivermectin regularly every 15 days for at least six to eight weeks had up to a 92 percent reduction in mortality.

Cadegiani conducted a previous study of the drug that evaluated whether its use could impact COVID-19 infection and mortality rates.

Last fall, esteemed epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch of Yale Medical School was among scientists and physicians who said in Senate testimony that thousands of lives could have been saved if treatments such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine had not been suppressed.