Collaborating to Calm CV Craziness

First of all let me say this post By Design is unfinished & a work in progress!

Second, as the newest author (I think) in the Wolf Pack I know that I don’t have the longevity, credibility, or the capability to request all of your help for this task.

Third, I’m asking for your help anyway, because if this is left up to me Alone it will likely never get done & it definitely won’t be as good.

Fourth, this is not an attempt to put a fresh spin on Daughn’s magnificent CV work, though many aspects of what might rise to the surface here may be found within those many daily & weekly efforts.

Background.  Thursday evening I overheard my husband’s Small Group from church’s weekly Bible study.  They were on something like FaceTime & I was in the room working on the computer nearby & not on screen.  Before they got into their discussion of the Book of Job there was A Lot of cross talk & upset over the latest in Governor/Dictator Gretchen Whitmer’s edicts, in specific an extending of the “shelter in place aka Stay Home Stay Safe” executive order from May 15 to May 28.  This was done even though the MI House & Senate have jointly sued Whitmer claiming she no longer has emergency powers since she didn’t receive legislative authorization or approval or concurrence to extend her original order.  In a sense MI is in its own form of constitutional crisis.

In the beginning of hearing Michael’s church-mates’ laments I assured him I wouldn’t say anything.  Then as things kept going on it became clear that a large portion of their sorrow & fear is because they have been misinformed & are really living in fear over the CV, not just the interruptions to their lives.  This level of fear & misinformation prompted me to write a list, which Michael & I discussed while he’d muted sound from him to the group.  Ultimately he decided & I agreed that I needed to get this info down in a written, condensed, & accessible way so that the link could be shared to help these group mates, & others, have their eyes potentially opened in a way that they might handle, to provide comfort, information, & possible tools for further action.

In support of this need, again last night, was my daughter’s sorrow that her boyfriend–today was their 14 month anniversary–is thinking that he might not be able to see her face-to-face possibly not until some time in July.  She said she’s begun to forget what he looks like & is filled with sorrows.  This situation is slightly different because this young man lives with his elderly father & is being very protective of his dad.  His dad is in his 70’s, a smoker, & in bad health, so the son has been unwilling to even meet face-to-face outside to walk or play soccer like has happened with our kids & several of their friends & family members.  This is a reminder that there still are vulnerable people who need to be protected, In a Reasonable Manner, without destroying our economy & our personal lives.

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So, here is how I Hope this might go.  I’ll share my list developed of “crucial info” that came to mind for hubby’s group plus more.  Before posting I’ll hopefully 🙂 make an attempt to organize those bullet points into some type of order.  If supportive data is readily available to me I’ll add the ones that I think fit & where they Might make most sense.  I’ll keep the Michigan specific stuff at the bottom & separate.  If Key Items from other states pop up in the comments those can get re-added back to the post.

What I hope grows out of this is a template tool that we can All use by potentially refashioning it on our individual blogs, in state-specific focused ways, to make a targeted approach to red-pilling more of the regular people we know in a way that can provide them with comfort, accurate info, tools to resist tyranny, & something to adapt or pass on “as is” to people they think might benefit from this approach.

For ease of organization it would be great if this could ultimately be placed in a streamlined & logical outline format…we’ll see how things go.

I personally have Always been challenged by outlines.  I have a tendency to think that All info is crucial.  Because of this I Really Need Help from those who can clearly tell the Majors from the Minors.  Also I will not spend a large amount of time trying to re-work the (less than comprehensive) info I’ve shared into what’s crucial, etc. nor obsess about the outlining, such as it is.

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This is currently in no particular order, just how the thoughts came to me a couple of hours ago:  Formatting note, this is too messy of an “as is” presentation so I will try to bold My writing in the bullet point areas to set that off from links added.  It is my hope & plan to Re-Work the material into a more “polished” presentation before the post might be ready for dissemination beyond the Q-Tree…thanks for your patience & understanding of this process!

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This seemed a crucial piece of info so I gave it top billing!

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/04/ric-grenell-coronavirus-lockdowns-constitution-signed-permission-slip-leave-house/

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I haven’t necessarily read or processed this stuff, but it might fit somewhere:

https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/legal/prepact/Pages/COVID19.aspx

https://edhub.ama-assn.org/jn-learning

https://edhub.ama-assn.org/jn-learning/pages/coronavirus-alert

“The List” – Interesting and Quietly Overlooked Remarks by Secretary Pompeo…

Flu Misinformation and Coronavirus Fears: My Letter to Dr. Sanjay Gupta

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8232131/Adherence-social-distancing-spurs-dip-projected-U-S-coronavirus-deaths.html

State & Territory data including links to best sources

https://covidtracking.com/data

https://covidtracking.com/data/us-daily

https://mcnair.northwood.edu/covid-19-optimism-index

https://ncov2019.live/data

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries

https://app.sermo.com/covid19-barometer?utm_campaign=wwwsermo_covid19

HUGE UPDATE: Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx Used Imperial College Model — NOW CONFIRMED AS A COMPLETE FRAUD — To Persuade President Trump to Lock Down Entire US Economy!

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/apr/28/coronavirus-hype-biggest-political-hoax-in-history/

Massive flu outbreak – The lies, the hoax, the scandal

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Not sure if these will show when inserted into the bullet point list above so they were Also pasted here:

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https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1255931939246178305.html

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1248852071761227778.html

If any of you have a login for ThreadReader would you please save & share the pdf version of these two pieces of info before they might get disappeared–Thanks!

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Another idea for presentation is for me (or someone else who’s done it before 🙂 ) to create a Twitter Thread of All the info we decide is Crucial to share & once the Thread is “complete” get a Thread Reader & a pdf version available to share.  We could create different versions for the individual states (at least the ones that need the most help)…any thoughts on this idea?

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Here’s a bit of Michigan specific stuff:

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Lockdown Protests The Great Awakening Worldwide Huge Comp

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Tweets that might not show in the bullet point list for Michigan:

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This has some good info (no citations or links for it though) but it looks too conspiratorial for general consumption, any suggestions where this basic info can be found in such a short & sweet presentation minus “conspiracy” overtones & with links/citations for people to check out?

Constitutional lawyer: STOP letting tyrants lie to you

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Here I start looking into the Whitmer Executive orders.  For the record it seems that the way MI has created the URLs for this important state business has been designed to make it More Difficult to search for this info, nor to recognize the Significance of Any URLs…incompetence, laziness, or deliberate obfuscation???

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Here is the link to Whitmer’s initial Executive order in declaring an emergency related to “Covid-19”, followed by the text in its entirety:

https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90499_90705-521576–,00.html

EXECUTIVE ORDER

 

No. 2020-4

 

Declaration of State of Emergency
 

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease that can result in serious illness or death. It is caused by a new strain of coronavirus that had not been previously identified in humans and can easily spread from person to person.

 

COVID-19 has been identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan City in the Hubei Province of China. Person-to-person spread of the virus has occurred in the United States, with some of those occurring in people with no travel history and no known source of exposure. On January 31, 2020, the United States Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar declared a public health emergency for COVID-19, and affected state and local governments have also declared states of emergency.

 

 

The State of Michigan has been taking proactive steps to prevent and prepare for the spread of this disease. On February 3, 2020, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) activated the Community Health Emergency Coordination Center, and has been working diligently with local health departments, health systems, and medical providers throughout Michigan to make sure appropriate screening and preparations for COVID-19 are being made. On February 28, 2020, I activated the State Emergency Operations Center to maximize coordination with state, local and federal agencies, as well as private partners, and to help prevent the spread of the disease. On March 3, 2020, I created four task forces comprising key state government agencies to coordinate the state’s response and work closely with the appropriate community and non-governmental stakeholders to combat the spread of COVID-19 and assess the impact it may have on Michiganders’ day-to-day lives. And throughout this time, the State has been working with schools, businesses, medical providers, local health departments, and residents to make sure they have the information they need to prepare for potential cases.

 

On March 10, 2020, MDHHS identified the first two presumptive-positive cases of COVID-19 in Michigan.

 

Section 1 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 vests the executive power of the State of Michigan in the governor.

 

 

 

The Emergency Management Act, 1976 PA 390, as amended, MCL 30.403(4), provides that “[t]he governor shall, by executive order or proclamation, declare a state of emergency if he or she finds that an emergency has occurred or that the threat of an emergency exists.”

 

The Emergency Powers of the Governor Act of 1945, 1945 PA 302, as amended, MCL 10.31(1), provides that “[d]uring times of great public crisis, disaster, rioting, catastrophe, or similar public emergency within the state, or reasonable apprehension of immediate danger of a public emergency of that kind, . . . the governor may proclaim a state of emergency and designate the area involved.”

 

Acting under the Michigan Constitution of 1963 and Michigan law, I order the following:

 

  1. A state of emergency is declared across the State of Michigan.

 

  1. The Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division of the Department of State Police must coordinate and maximize all state efforts that may be activated to state service to assist local governments and officials and may call upon all state departments to utilize available resources to assist.

 

  1. The state of emergency is terminated when emergency conditions no longer exist and appropriate programs have been implemented to recover from any effects of the emergency conditions, consistent with the legal authorities upon which this declaration is based and any limits on duration imposed by those authorities.

 

Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State of Michigan.

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Here is a link to “all ” of Whitmer’s Executive Orders:

https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90499_90705—,00.html

  • What is an Executive Order?What is an Executive Order?The Michigan Constitution of 1963 vests the executive power of the state in the Governor. That power can be exercised formally by executive order. Executive orders may reorganize agencies within the executive branch of state government, reassign functions among executive branch agencies, create temporary agencies, establish an advisory body, commission, or task force, proclaim or end an emergency, or reduce expenditures authorized by appropriations. Once signed by the Governor, executive orders are filed with the Secretary of State, where the orders are sealed and retained by the Office of the Great Seal.

From that page there were 19 Executive Orders in 2019, numbered consecutively w/ links to each of them.  #s 1, 4, 11, 12, & 17 Were all Declaration of a State of Emergency Orders.

So far in 2020, as of (probably) 5-7-20, there are 77 Executive Orders listed.  Some are Not Shown, which really makes me wonder what they are trying to hide…hmmm.  Orders 2 & 3 for 2020 are not shown.  Orders #5-#13 are rescinded.  All the remaining orders, so far for 2020 are showing.  Here’s the ones that are shown as rescinded: 15-16, 18-21, 23-25, 29-30, 32, 35, 37, 40-43, 48, 57, 59-60, & Finally 70.  If that pattern of executive overreach & micromanagement isn’t apparent from these extreme numbers of executive orders then I am clearly misunderstanding what appears to be right in front of us!

 

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Executive Order #1 for 2020 involves prescription drugs…I wonder if this is some type of stealth way to work around the HCQ access, as in Whitmer was In on the Plannedemic & putting in place structures to assist what was to come…pure speculation & I Have Not read this order in full…it’s here just FYI

https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90499_90705-520030–,00.html

EXECUTIVE ORDER

 

No. 2020-1

 

Prescription Drug Task Force

 

Department of Health and Human Services

 

 

Over the past six years, the average price of drugs prescribed to treat diabetes, heart disease, depression, and other common conditions has more than doubled. These prices are set with little transparency but with tremendous consequence. Many of the problems Michiganders face in health care are the result of the skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs – from plans that are too expensive, to deductibles that are too high, to vital medications too expensive for many people who need them.

 

No one should ever have to worry about choosing between filling a life-saving prescription or paying rent. But that worry is increasingly the reality. Michigan urgently needs solutions to this problem, and leaders must act quickly and cooperatively to find them.

 

The health and well-being of this state and its residents, communities, and businesses would benefit from a task force devoted to bringing transparency and affordability to the pricing of prescription drugs.

 

Section 51 of article 4 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 declares the public health and general welfare of the people of the State of Michigan as matters of primary public concern.

 

Section 8 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 places each principal department of state government under the supervision of the governor unless otherwise provided.

 

Section 1 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 vests the executive power of the State of Michigan in the governor.

 

Section 8 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 obligates the governor to take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

 

Acting under the Michigan Constitution of 1963 and Michigan law, I order the following:

 

 

1.            Creating the Prescription Drug Task Force

 

(a)          The Prescription Drug Task Force (“Task Force”) is created as an advisory body within the Department of Health and Human Services (“Department”).

 

(b)          The Task Force must include the following members from the executive branch of state government appointed by the governor:

 

(1)          The director of the Department and a designee of the director from within the Department; or two designees of the director from within the Department.

 

(2)          The director of the Department of Insurance and Financial Services, or the director’s designee from within that department.

 

(3)          The director of the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, or the director’s designee from within that department.

 

(c)           The following officers of the legislative branch of state government may also participate as members of the Task Force:

 

(1)          Three members of the Michigan House of Representatives designated by the governor.

 

(2)          Two members of the Michigan Senate designated by the governor.

 

(d)          Members of the Task Force are ex officio members and serve at the pleasure of the governor.

 

(e)          A vacancy on the Task Force must be filled in the same manner as the original appointment.

 

2.            Charge to the Task Force

 

(a)          The Task Force must act in an advisory capacity to the governor and must do the following:

 

(1)          Analyze the scope and causes of the problem of high-cost prescription drugs in Michigan and the impact of this problem on this state’s residents, communities, and businesses.

 

(2)          Analyze the way prescription drug prices are set in Michigan and identify strategies for increasing the transparency of that process.

 

(3)          Recommend legislative and administrative actions that can be taken, and policy-related changes that can be implemented by governmental and non-governmental agencies, relevant to lowering prescription drug prices for consumers in Michigan.

 

(4)          Recommend legislative and administrative actions that can be taken, and policy-related changes that can be implemented by governmental and non-governmental agencies, relevant to increasing transparency in the pricing of prescription drugs in Michigan.

 

(5)          Provide other information or advice or take other actions as requested by the governor.

 

(b)          The Task Force must complete its work and submit a final report to the governor detailing its findings and recommendations by August 15, 2020.

 

3.            Operations of the Task Force

 

(a)          The Department must assist the Task Force in the performance of its duties and provide personnel to staff the Task Force. The budgeting, procurement, and related management functions of the Task Force must be performed under the direction and supervision of the director of the Department.

 

(b)          The Task Force must adopt procedures, consistent with this order and applicable law, governing its organization and operations.

 

(c)           The Task Force must comply with the Freedom of Information Act, 1976 PA 442, as amended, MCL 15.231 to 15.246.

 

(d)          The director of the Department, or the director’s designee from within the Department, must serve as the chairperson of the Task Force.

 

(e)          The Task Force may select from among its members a vice chairperson.

 

(f)           The Task Force may select from among its members a secretary. Task Force staff must assist the secretary with recordkeeping responsibilities.

 

(g)          The Task Force must meet at the call of its chairperson and as otherwise provided in the procedures adopted by the Task Force.

 

(h)          A majority of the members of the Task Force serving constitutes a quorum for the transaction of the business of the Task Force. The Task Force must act by a majority vote of its members.

 

(i)            The Task Force may establish advisory workgroups composed of individuals or entities participating in Task Force activities or other members of the public as deemed necessary by the Task Force to assist it in performing its duties and responsibilities. The Task Force may adopt, reject, or modify any recommendations proposed by an advisory workgroup.

 

(j)           The Task Force may, as appropriate, make inquiries, studies, and investigations, hold hearings, and receive comments from the public. The Task Force also may consult with outside experts in order to perform its duties, including experts in the private sector, organized labor, government agencies, and at institutions of higher education.

 

(k)          The Task Force may hire or retain contractors, sub-contractors, advisors, consultants, and agents, and may make and enter into contracts necessary or incidental to the exercise of the powers of the Task Force and the performance of its duties as the director of the Department deems advisable and necessary, consistent with this order and applicable law, rules, and procedures, and subject to available funding.

 

(l)            The Task Force may accept donations of labor, services, or other things of value from any public or private agency or person. Any donations must be received and used in accordance with law.

 

(m)         Members of the Task Force must not receive additional compensation for participation on the Task Force. Members of the Task Force may receive reimbursement for necessary travel and expenses consistent with applicable law, rules, and procedures, and subject to available funding.

 

(n)          Members of the Task Force must refer all legal, legislative, and media contacts to the Department.

 

(o)          The Task Force will dissolve 90 days after issuance of its final report.

 

4.            Implementation

 

(a)          All departments, committees, commissioners, or officers of this state must give to the Task Force, or to any member or representative of the Task Force, any necessary assistance required by the Task Force, or any member or representative of the Task Force, in the performance of the duties of the Task Force so far as is compatible with their duties and consistent with this order and applicable law. Free access also must be given to any books, records, or documents in their custody relating to matters within the scope of inquiry, study, or review of the Task Force, consistent with applicable law.

 

(b)          This order is not intended to abate a proceeding commenced by, against, or before an officer or entity affected by this order. A proceeding may be maintained by, against, or before the successor of any officer or entity affected by this order.

 

(c)           Nothing in this order should be construed to change the organization of the executive branch of state government or the assignment of functions among its units, in a manner requiring the force of law.

 

(d)          If any portion of this order is found to be unenforceable, the rest of the order remains in effect.

 

(e)          This order is effective upon filing.

 

 

Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State of Michigan.

 

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Likewise, this order from the end of 2019 dealing with “opioid abuse” may be a backdoor to control the HCQ access?  Just speculating here…

https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90499_90705-505270–,00.html

Executive Order

 

No. 2019-18

 

Department of Health and Human Services
 

Michigan Opioids Task Force
 

 

The epidemic of opioid abuse has plagued Michigan for years. While more recent response efforts have made some headway in combating this epidemic, it remains a full-blown public-health crisis, afflicting Michigan residents of all backgrounds, age groups, and income levels. Michigan remains among the states with the highest levels of both opioid prescriptions and opioid overdose deaths, and the abuse of these drugs continues to exact a heavy toll on this state’s families, communities, and resources.

 

Combating an epidemic of this size and impact requires a coordinated and comprehensive approach: one that identifies and confronts the full scope of the epidemic’s root causes and contributing factors in Michigan; that pools, optimizes, and augments the efforts and resources on all levels—public and private; local, state, and federal—that are available to address the epidemic; and that raises public awareness of the epidemic, its causes and effects, the resources available to those afflicted by it, and the actions that can be taken to combat it.

 

The health and well-being of this state and its residents would benefit from a task force devoted to developing and implementing such statewide response actions, and to bringing this crisis under full and lasting control.

 

Section 51 of article 4 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 declares the public health and general welfare of the people of the State of Michigan as matters of primary public concern.

 

 

Section 1 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 vests the executive power of the State of Michigan in the governor.

 

Section 8 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 places each principal department of state government under the supervision of the governor unless otherwise provided.

 

Section 8 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 also obligates the governor to take care that the laws be faithfully executed.

 

Acting pursuant to the Michigan Constitution of 1963 and Michigan law, I order the following:

 

  1. Creation of the Michigan Opioids Task Force
     

    1. The Michigan Opioids Task Force (“Task Force”) is created as an advisory body within the Department of Health and Human Services (“Department”).
       
    2. The Task Force shall consist of the following members:
       

      1. The director of the Department, or the director’s designee from within the Department.
         
      2. The chief medical executive of the State of Michigan.
         
      3. The director of the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, or the director’s designee from within that department.
         
      4. The director of the Michigan State Police, or the director’s designee from within that department.

 

  1. The director of the Department of Corrections, or the director’s designee from within that department.
     
  2. The director of the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, or the director’s designee from within that department.
     
  3. The director of the Department of Insurance and Financial Services, or the director’s designee from within that department.
     
  4. The director of the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, or the director’s designee from within that department.

 

  1. The director of the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, or the director’s designee from within that department.

 

  1. The attorney general, or the attorney general’s designee from within the Department of Attorney General.
     
  2. The superintendent of public instruction, or the superintendent’s designee from within the Department of Education.
     
  3. The chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, or the chief justice’s designee, may also participate as a member of the Task Force.
     
  4. Members of the Task Force are ex officio members and serve at the pleasure of the governor.
     
  5. The director of the Department shall designate the chairperson of the Task Force.
     

 

  1. Charge to the Task Force
     

    1. The Task Force shall provide recommendations to the director of the Department, and the heads of other departments or agencies, and coordinate activities among departments and agencies.

 

  1. The Task Force shall research, identify, recommend, and implement response actions to the opioid epidemic in Michigan, which may include the following:
     

    1. Identify and evaluate the epidemic’s root causes and contributing factors in Michigan, and the effectiveness of response actions on all levels that have been undertaken or are currently being undertaken. Develop strategies for supporting or otherwise improving the efficacy of those response actions.

 

  1. Identify and evaluate the nature and scope of the epidemic’s impact on various locations and communities throughout the state and what response actions would be most effective in helping each of those impacted areas. Develop strategies for implementing those response actions.
     
  2. Identify and evaluate what financial and other resources are available on all levels to combat the epidemic in Michigan. Develop strategies for securing, coordinating, augmenting, and deploying those resources.

 

  1. Develop strategies for increasing public awareness of the epidemic in Michigan, its causes and effects, the resources available to those afflicted by it, and the actions that can be taken to combat it.
     
  2. Develop routine communication and information-sharing protocols between members of the Task Force and stakeholders on all levels.
     
  3. Perform outreach to ensure all stakeholders in impacted areas are informed, educated, and empowered. Stakeholder outreach will include, but is not limited to, residents, community members, other partner organizations, tribal governments, local government officials, and other elected officials representing the impacted areas.
     
  4. Perform outreach to the general public regarding the epidemic and the work of the Task Force.
     
  5. Create measurable goals and objectives along an established timeline.
     
  6. Recommend changes in Michigan law relevant to combating the epidemic.
     
  7. Provide other information and advice and perform other duties as requested by the director of the Department or the governor.
     
  8. The Task Force shall report regularly to the governor on its activities.
     
  1. Operations of the Task Force
     

    1. The Department shall assist the Task Force in the performance of its duties and provide personnel to staff the Task Force. The budgeting, procurement, and related management functions of the Task Force shall be performed under the direction and supervision of the director of the Department.
       
    2. The Task Force shall adopt procedures consistent with Michigan law and this order governing its organization and operations.
       
    3. The Task Force shall comply with the Freedom of Information Act, 1976 PA 442, as amended, MCL 15.231 to 15.246.
       
    4. The Task Force may select from among its members a vice chairperson.

 

  1. The Task Force may select from among its members a secretary. Task Force staff shall assist the secretary with recordkeeping responsibilities.

 

  1. The Task Force shall meet at the call of its chairperson and as otherwise provided in the procedures adopted by the Task Force.
     
  2. A majority of the members of the Task Force serving constitutes a quorum for the transaction of the business of the Task Force. The Task Force must act by a majority vote of its serving members.
     
  3. The Task Force may establish advisory workgroups composed of individuals or entities participating in Task Force activities or other members of the public as deemed necessary by the Task Force to assist it in performing its duties and responsibilities. The Task Force may adopt, reject, or modify any recommendations proposed by an advisory workgroup.

 

  1. The Task Force may, as appropriate, make inquiries, studies, and investigations, hold hearings, and receive comments from the public. The Task Force also may consult with outside experts in order to perform its duties, including experts in the private sector, organized labor, government agencies, and at institutions of higher education.

 

  1. The Task Force may hire or retain contractors, sub-contractors, advisors, consultants, and agents, and may make and enter into contracts necessary or incidental to the exercise of the powers of the Task Force and the performance of its duties as the director of the Department deems advisable and necessary, consistent with this order and applicable law, rules and procedures, and subject to available funding.

 

  1. The Task Force may accept donations of labor, services, or other things of value from any public or private agency or person. Any donations shall be received and used in accordance with law.

 

  • Members of the Task Force shall serve without compensation, but may receive reimbursement for necessary travel and expenses consistent with applicable law, rules, and procedures, and subject to available funding.
     
  • Members of the Task Force shall coordinate all legislative and media contacts that directly involve the work of the Task Force.
     
  1. Implementation
     

    1. All departments, committees, commissioners, or officers of this state shall give to the Task Force, or to any member or representative of the Task Force, any necessary assistance required by the Task Force, or any member or representative of the Task Force, in the performance of the duties of the Task Force so far as is compatible with their duties and consistent with this order and applicable law. Free access also must be given to any books, records, or documents in their custody relating to matters within the scope of inquiry, study, or review of the Task Force, consistent with applicable law.

 

  1. Nothing in this order shall be construed to change the organization of the executive branch of state government or the assignment of functions among its units, in a manner requiring the force of law.

 

  1. If any portion of this order is found to be unenforceable, the unenforceable provision should be disregarded and the rest of the order should remain in effect as issued.
     
  2. This order is effective upon filing.

 

Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State of Michigan.

 

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This link leads to Michigan data, in which disclaimers are shown here:

Michigan has reported each day’s negative results since 3/10 but has never totaled them. We sum all the negative results and report the total. Michigan reports specimens tested instead of people tested. Recovered counts are updated once a week. On 4/26 we mistakenly entered the total number of tests in place of the total number of negative results: we are fixing this issue.

 

Tests Hospitalized In ICU On Ventilator Outcomes Total Test Results
Positive Negative Pending Currently Cumulative Currently Cumulative Currently Cumulative Recovered Deaths Positive + Negative
45,646 201,416 N/A 1,697 N/A 753 N/A 612 N/A 15,659 4,343 247,062
Last updated: Thu May 7 2020 11:00 am EDT

Clicking the Michigan link reveals data from March 1, 2020 through May 7, 2020 & some dates offer multiple screenshots from different times.

Here is the link for the “best current data source for Michigan”

https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98163_98173—,00.html

This information is updated daily at 3 p.m., with COVID-19 results included as of 10 a.m.

There is a lot of material to find here…including

Cases by Age
Age Percentage of Overall Cases by Age Percentage of Deceased Cases by Age
0 to 19 2% <1%
20 to 29 10% <1%
30 to 39 13% 1%
40 to 49 16% 3%
50 to 59 18% 8%
60 to 69 17% 19%
70 to 79 12% 27%
80+ 11% 41%
Unknown <1% 0%

Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding

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Some of the info on MI Executive orders will likely be better placed in a more Michigan focused post…

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Another way to organize some of the info being presented would be Beginner, Intermediate, & Advanced, so as to not overwhelm people not ready for the degree of knowledge & insight that runs rampant in the Wolf Pack environs…

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Well, that’s a rough start so now I’ll attempt to loosely prioritize what’s above:

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Nope, my restructuring will not be as effective as throwing this raw meat before the Wolf Pack.  Let’s Hunt Together…if you please…

 

470 thoughts on “Collaborating to Calm CV Craziness

  1. “EU Numbers Show Correlation Between Flu Vaccine and Coronavirus Deaths”
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/05/niall-mccrae-david-kurten-eu-numbers-show-correlation-flu-vaccine-coronavirus-deaths/

    Lots of interesting info in the article.
    Tamiflu (follow the money)
    hens’ eggs vaccines vs. dog kidney ones

    “Despite some contrary cases, it is interesting that the countries with highest death rates (Belgium, Spain, Italy, UK, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Ireland and USA) had all vaccinated at least half of their elderly population against flu. Denmark and Germany, with lower use of the flu vaccine, have considerably lower Covid-19 mortality. These patterns override interventions to curtail Covid-19: Sweden and Ireland have similar mortality but the former remained open for business while the other imposed strict lockdown.”

    “Vaccines may cause new resistant strains of viruses to develop, through natural selection. As reported in BMC Medicine by Alehouse and Scarpino, whooping cough outbreaks have infected vaccinated as well as unvaccinated people. Mandating of the chickenpox vaccine in the USA appears to have weakened the immunity gained from the naturally-acquired disease; a review by Goldman and King in Vaccine journal showed increasing incidence of shingles. Studies (e.g. Skowronski et al, 2010) indicated that people receiving the flu vaccine in one year were more likely to contract the H1N1 strain in the following year.”

    “A review in 2014 by the Cochrane Collaboration, an international body for evidence-based medicine, revealed that the [flu] vaccines reduced incidence of influenza by a mere 6%. Tom Jefferson, one of the authors, has described evidence for flu vaccination as ‘rubbish’.”

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  2. Sitting in a freezer for years, potential SARS vaccine now ready for trial on usefulness against coronavirus
    By Mark Johnson Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
    Posted May 13, 2020 at 11:59 AM

    Thousands of doses of a potential vaccine for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome have been sitting in a freezer in Houston, Texas, shelved since 2016 after most of the world lost interest in the disease.

    Now, four years later, they have been given new life because scientists hope they will also work for COVID-19.

    Depending on the amount given to patients, anywhere from 23,000 to 230,000 doses of vaccine are currently at a storage facility called Cryogene in Houston.

    “We just could not get any money. Not from the government and not from private industry,” said Maria Elena Bottazzi, a professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and one of the vaccine’s developers.

    Three organizations have agreed to shepherd the vaccine through clinical trials, and to ensure that it is safe and affordable. The protein-based vaccine is made using yeast, a similar method to the one employed in the manufacture of hepatitis B vaccines used around the world.

    “There’s a lot of knowledge and a lot of safety with this method,” said Bottazzi, who is co-director of the Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development. She said researchers hope to receive clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to start clinical trials as soon as September.

    The three partners in the project are Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital Center for Vaccine Development and PATH, a 43-year-old global nonprofit dedicated to improving public health.

    https://www.journalstandard.com/news/20200513/sitting-in-freezer-for-years-potential-sars-vaccine-now-ready-for-trial-on-usefulness-against-coronavirus

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  3. Valerie,

    It might not be possible, but if nursing home type deaths and cases could be separated out or noted, the resultant data would be far more representative and pertinent.

    I suggest this for your consideration only because of the very high percentages of total deaths in some states that come from nursing homes (60% to 80%), the “trapped” nature of the nursing home patients and the seemingly deliberate way many idiot governors require that WuFlu positive patients be returned to the vulnerable populations in nursing homes and long-care facilities.

    In certain states, those deaths totally distort the death situation facing an average inhabitant.

    No problem if you don’t. I’ve read that not all states keep those statistics.

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          1. I read recently that N.Y. is hiding their nursing home deaths by only counting those deaths that actually occurred in the nursing home. If the patient degrades in the nursing home and then goes to a hospital at end of life and dies, then the death is not counted as from the nursing home . . . and I suspect quite a few nursing home patients go to a hospital for their last few days.

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            1. You’re probably right. It’s all very sad & so very deceptive overall.

              I’m getting “close” to my revisions of this post. Hopefully it might be a tool that can be used to decrease the fear so many people are currently experiencing with all the craziness of CV.

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    1. Yes, Carl, this is a great suggestion. I’ve been working on an updated/revised version of this CV post & found Some data related to that. I personally probably won’t go digging much wider because it’s already taking me Many Hours just to do the revisions using clues shared by others…

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  4. Valerie – Whew! Lotsa work here!!!

    Will you be looking for inputs to update or add to any of your info?
    If so, are there particular topics of interest?
    And . . . is there a particular location we should post any pertinent info so you doesn’t have to look all over the place for it?

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    1. Great questions, Carl! I do check my “bell” notifications so anyone that comments on a post that I authored or replies to a comment by me I’ll eventually see.

      At this point when I get back from this holiday break, in roughly a week, I will have to get up to speed on using the “block editor” function at Word Press…it might take me a bit to get the hang of it…once that happens than I’ll be trying to tweak parts A-N of that massive CV post I put up before heading out of town.

      In tweaking those parts I will check the comments under Each part before editing the part…so if you think the info you have best fits in one of the parts that might be the best place to drop it.

      Wolf kept “collaborating” at the top on his blog page right column CV collection, so for general CV stuff that you have or any CV stuff if you don’t feel like looking for a pertinent “part” in which it might fit, could be a good place to park it.

      I still need to do my “red pill” & “Red Pill” versions of the CV posts, that will be somewhat of a re-work (I think) of the original “Collaborating” post here…I have not yet achieved my originally stated goal of writing up something suitable to share with people who are Way further down on the learning curve. Once rp & RP are done I May choose to update stuff or leave those 2 posts as is & just do updates on the “RED PILL” post (the whole one & it’s subparts)…

      As the tweets have become visible in most of the parts it’s easy to see that there is a certain degree of redundancy, perhaps because I created my first twitter thread & kept linking protest related posts…this often means you see the same tweet over & over at the beginning of a complex multi-reply tweet, so if I can find a way to get rid of the redundancy & just leave the later tweets those kind of tweaks might also happen…

      Some of that is really more housekeeping than substance of the CV thing. I also hope to tweak the Parts to include the bullet point topics in the descriptors on Wolf’s main page, in the CV & Vaccine section. If those basic bullet point topics are associated with the given “part letter” visually, it should help us all not have to go searching within either the huge post or through part by part to find the section desired.

      I hope Eventually the CV stuff will fade further & further into the background so there won’t be a need to stay on top of it to such a large degree…I’m not Daughn & not as skilled in managing huge volumes of info in such an organized & streamlined fashion….& am also Not trying to step into her shoes in any way.

      Wolf is allowing me to write what I feel like & when I feel like it so keeping up on this CV stuff is not functioning the same as the way it went when Daughn had regular update threads…

      Since Q-Tree is more of a RED PILL community, once the other 2 levels of rp & RP are developed having updates mostly added to the given Parts of RED P might ultimately be the most efficient.

      Someone had requested dates on items posted, & tweets show the dates. Currently items are “organized” more by topic so I may draw a line between the initial post & then update topical sections w/ chronological info whenever it’s time to update the sections…

      Sorry for that ridiculous answer but it’s not fully thought out yet & there are still some technical things to work out…Hope this long-winded reply helps instead of further muddying the waters… I’m at that needing to sleep stage where verbal diarrhea can strike 🙂

      Oh & THANK YOU so much for the great info you keep sharing on these topics. I very much appreciate the new stuff you keep bringing to the table!!! Blessings!

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