Dear KMAG: 20200706 Open Topic


This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.



Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

Our President is fighting for us night and day…please pray for him.


Wheatie’s Rules:

          1. No food fights.
          2. No running with scissors.
          3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Ezietto, titled ‘Stars and Warriors’:



Watching the Marxist Mob deface and topple our historical monuments, is both saddening and infuriating.


They must be stopped. They must be stopped and punished, because these monuments are not theirs to destroy. These monuments belong to all of us…past, present and future.


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


Yes, it’s a word. ‘Tittynope’ is a noun and refers to a small quantity of something left over.

Pronounced [TIT-ee-nope], tittynope could refer to a tasty morsel of pie or cake…or it could refer to the dregs or remains of something nasty and foul.

Used in a sentence:

She hungrily eyed the tittynope of a brownie that her friend could not finish.


501 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200706 Open Topic

      1. Me too!! I cried listening to this.. I needed to share with all ya’ll!!! It’s our Heritage!!! God Bless America!!! We da digital soldiers…Minutemen of our time! WE FIGHT!! Cuz we BELIEVE!!!! 😘💖🙏🙏🙏

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              1. Absolutely!!! Love you sista!!! Been tough lately… But…. We TOGETHER!!! My dear sista…Wheatie!!! We are gonna WIN!!!!! And get our country BACK!!!! I Love being apart of it and.. You!! my dear friends!!!

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        1. Yes.

          This is why, by tradition, in remembrance, our flag is NEVER allowed to touch the ground.

          Men…who know the history….have from then to now died to prevent that from happening…

          …and others have been awarded honors, up to and including the Congressional Medal of Honor, in having prevented it.

          Sgt. William H. Carney, US Army, Congressional Medal of Honor, July 18, 1863




          As a child, I was taught to handle our flag with as much care and respect as handling a loaded gun…that allowing it to touch the ground was ethically and morally the same as accidentally firing a loaded gun that might kill someone. And this F.S. Key story was why.

          Do you know what each color in our flag represents, patriots?

          100% of BLM protesters do not. Guaranteed.

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      1. Just apply a bit of prop wash and elbow grease and….. “She hungrily eyed the scattered tittynopes of brownie in the pan after her friend was sated, and thought, ‘sloppy seconds?'”

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        1. Uh. Oh. Nah. Not touching that one. Where, many years ago I’d dive right in 😉 🙂 😉 🙂
          Long day. Turning in before I get myself in trouble, or otherwise reprimanded.

          G’nite all 😉

          BTW, through all the trying times these days, WE ARE WINNING!

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        1. Incidentally, the mountain range in California near Nevada — the Sierra Nevada — means “snowy saw”, as in the tool to cut something.

          “Sierra de banda” is a band saw; “sierra de mano” is a hand saw; “sierra de mesa” is a table saw…..

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          1. Yep.
            It comes from the Latin word ‘serra’ which means “saw”.

            Which is where we get the words ‘serrate’ and ‘serrated’…
            As in, a serrated edge.

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    1. Apologies if this has been posted, but there is an article about Q In today’s American Thinker, featured on Lucianne website! Very exciting because it’s a up front, right out there for the world to see article! Now let the WH press corps ignore that! Heh heh
      General Flynn’s family “taking the oath” has been a catalyst.
      GMax is supposed to appear in court this week….the avalanche is gaining speed.

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  1. JANE!!! THe biggest Q Proof eveh!!!! I want the dress that one of the Flynn’s wives is wearing…. It’s Trump’s funniest tweets!!! Hello Rocket Man!!!

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          1. Forget SD.

            There are lots of people who are going to be eating crow.

            Lots of people who have been mocking for years.

            He who laughs last laughs best.

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            1. Took a quick tour OT, and read the post up about the upcoming “Big Ugly” book; the post is written in very stilted prose as if someone were attempting to sound really, really educated. Anyway, I said, what the hey, and read some of the comments. This one stuck out to me as we were on this several days ago via MilSpecMonkey:

              Joyce M says:
              July 6, 2020 at 8:27 am
              redmomerath: why haven’t we seen photo’s of Ghislaine Maxwell when she was arrested? Like they usually do? Why do we not see photos of her handcuffed and put into the squad car, or taken out of the car and taken into the police? Where are the recent photographs of her? What about her mug shot? Look how they treated Roger Stone, Paul Manafort, Epstein and Harvey Weinstein. This entire arrest is very different.

              … also, seems to me SD (he, she, them) are trying desperately to gloom onto a bit of our dear Q before the movie ends! Just sayin’ … 😉

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              1. Sadly this is the same person who trashed other people for writing and selling books!

                He has a great mind – but like so many remarkably intelligent people, the vice of ego is their downfall.

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              1. Agreed. It was HIS loss, but more importantly it wasd the conservative blogosphere’s loss. Like him or not, he generates a lot of traffic, and when he purged us, we lost a valuable dissemination point.

                Thankfully we are alive and thriving here, but the MORE info we get out, the BETTER. We ALL should have banded together, he chose $$$$ and ego against the cause. He simply did not tolerate anything or anyone who went against HIS preconceptions, no matter how LOGICAL, or TRUE.

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              2. Indeed. And I note from a comment made upthread (by Red Leg I believe) that he’s still writing to try to sound smart. (Hint–it’s not just using big words, Sundance; in fact overuse of them betrays the intent.)

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              3. Yep, it seems that instead of WELCOMING varied opinions and thoughts, he FEARED them. I got the feeling he thought I was out to take his “stick”. Despite me not doing ANY of this for money, I do not even accept ads on my site. It is not about $$$ for me, never was. I could not say I thought the same of Sundance.

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              4. I know the fastest way to get banned from his site was to point that out to him.

                I got banned in less than fifteen minutes, and ad rem didn’t know about it until I asked her (?) for help–saw me on the ban forever list, said so, and I never heard from her again.

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  2. Updated ground report here, dear folks. Decided to leave the hostiles in Provo (aka fake protestors) and head south to Kanab, where the 4th is celebrated as it should be. There was the hometown parade, complete with candy and bead tossing and lots of water being squirted on delighted kids by the local fire truck brigade. Cheerleaders, one beauty queen, one mini pony, several decorated golf carts, a blue grass band, a marching group of veterans and one or two floats made for a delightful parade. Then, it was off to the local park where the brave townspeople dared to gather without masks for yummy corn dogs, Navajo tacos (dare I use that description?) cotton candy, frozen lemonades and lots of diet coke. Beginning promptly at 9:30, the biggest fireworks display was launched, after which the entire crowd gathered to watch chanted USA! USA! It was marvelous.

    Meanwhile, back in Provo – all celebrations were cancelled months ago. Our beloved Mayor, who decided she was made for better things and signed on as John Huntsman’s running mate in the upcoming Gubernatorial primary, was licking her wounds as she and Huntsman were shown the door by Utah voters who haven’t forgotten how they were abandoned by good old Johnny boy mid-term when Obummer came calling with an ambassadorship. Funny that, eh?

    So, Mayor Kaufusi decided to show some spine and sent an amped up and armed police force out to greet the BLM comrades and their ilk on the Wednesday after last Monday’s shooting.a It didn’t hurt that about 100 armed citizens were also in attendance, which made for a very peaceful protest by all the out of towners (about 100 of them as well). Details coming in on these loons show that both major organizers are from out of town – Ogden, UT, to be exact. Most of the snowflake followers were students from UVU and agitators from SLC. Police also arrested a second shooter from Monday night’s debacle. Once again, not from Provo. To listen to the media, you would think there were literally hundreds of protestors participating. Not so. Maybe 100 if even that. But you know, muh media…

    So, from what I can tell (even though I was gone for two days) all’s quiet on the western front here in Provo and over the holiday. Lots and lots of fireworks going on here even tonight. Big fireworks show last night to appease the crowds, I guess.

    One other note, Utah has really been getting the business lately for the increase in the KungFlu cases being reported, but when you look at the details, it’s all smoke and mirrors. The three people that died yesterday were all men over the age of 65 with pre-existing conditions. One was 85 and was already hospitalized. Somehow, the SLC Chamber of Commerce and the SLC libtard mayor have decided to advise (demand) our current Governor that the entire state of Utah needs to be put on mask lockdown, to which I say, phooey! I didn’t know that Utah County was under the jurisdiction of Salt Lake County, but apparently, their mayor thinks so. Alot of bad things seem to head our way from the libs up north, unfortunately.

    Cheers and have a great week! I will keep you posted on any and all drive by shootings from our brave little men in black if such occurs.

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    1. Thanks for that great ground report, OW21!

      Leftists are such bullies…and cry-bullies, too, when someone fights back and stands up to them.

      Kudos to you and your fellow Utahans for standing up to them…and for ignoring the dictates of WuFlu fear mongers!

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    2. Great and valuable ground report from Provo! And Ogden, which sounds like a much better place to hang.

      I should point out that a famous son of Ogden is none other than John Moses Browning, who invented about 70% of all modern small-arms. There’s the BAR, the Ma Deuce, the first semiautomatic shotgun, the ubiquitous 1911, the Browning High-Power, and more others than you can shake a stick at. He had 125 firearms patents during his life (passed in 1926) and was either a time-traveller or a genius on a par with Thomas Edison. Many of the first articles of these were created in his home workshop at 505 27th Street in Ogden — he used to test-fire them down a hallway in his basement. [As a side note, that building was sold about 8 years ago for about $360,000. It’s about 8,000 square feet of history.]

      I can just imagine what JMB would think of our current pantywetting fools in government, wailing about “ghost guns” and forbidden transfers and background checks……he invented, out of his head, literally hundreds of types of firearms that previously had not existed — then built them in a shop within the walls of his home out of blocks of metal — proved their worth, then got them patented and licensed and sold all over the world. He’d be thinking, “why would anyone listen to these people?”

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        1. Looking at this pic through a 2020 lens, one could say he really is a time traveller and is holding his iPhone to take a pic (yes, yes, I know it’s the receiver, but just go with me on this one!)

          … just sayin’ … 😉

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          1. You could spend all day at the range doing 1911 variants from a variety of manufacturers — and that design was done in that house by that man.

            He’s probably bald because the genius done burned off his hair.

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            1. Many of today’s “1911s” aren’t really, they’re ammo-fussy jam-o-matics with owners who forget five minutes later about that stoppage they had right before my eyes. I had to search a while to find a 1911 that works as one should.

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              1. Ironic about the gun conversation just now. DH just spent the morning at a range testing out a new gun (jam- o-magic is the report), and is currently at a local gun shop buying ammunition and discussing the problems he found. etc.
                The range is an outdoor one and it’s too hot for me to be out there right now, but it’s been too long and I need to practice.

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              2. Odd thing is, it had been months for me.

                And I was just as good, or just as bad, as before. If I take my time I do better than 90% of the people at the range; if I try to speed up I put shots into the bottom of the target. (I know why, too, but I simply cannot get rid of the urge to push the gun down too early to put it back on target quickly. Worse, because the misses are hidden by the gun, I can’t tell I’m doing it. I need a shock collar or something.)

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              3. When I played golf, it would be the same for me. I could not play for a few months and pretty much pick up almost as good as when I stopped. Drove DH crazy (who thinks after decades of playing he still has to hit balls on the range every day.)
                I hear you about speeding up. I was the only (and much older) female in my concealed weapons class. I was with a group of hot shot gun-enthusiasts so when it was time for the range test, I volunteered to go first because I knew I didn’t want to be pressured by the rapid fire style of the hot shots. Turned out to be a good strategy.

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              4. I used to do “practicals” once a week. There was a guy there who was a very good shot, but he tried to be too fast. One time when there was a competition, I damn near beat him by taking my time; but he figured out he needed to slow down just in time. He beat me, narrowly.

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      1. CT – Yes, Utah is very proud of Browning. Unfortunately, the city of Ogden is also home to Weber State University and appears to be a hotbead of deranged malcontents who feel the need to travel south and shoot people. Ogden has always been a bit sketchy, actually. Lots of gang violence, etc.. They have made some improvements to their historic downtown area, but it is a rough town. Kind of the ugly sister to Salt Lake City.

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    3. Great report From Utah and especially heartwarming to hear about the Americana celebration we all once knew.
      There was another letter to the editor today demanding our town be mask mandated. I am sending some literature to the Mayor and City Representatives today showing why not. I am also declaring that I will drive out of town for any shopping, including groceries, if masks are mandated. A threat to the economic health of the town just might help their decision if enough do it.

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  3. Melania tips a bucket of cat shit on the deep state

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  4. So, doesn’t want to end the holiday with out some mention of Melania’s dress for Mt Rushmore. I know you guys covered it rather well mentioning Alexander McQeen’s strange suicide by scarf and door knob and that his runway themes often had a dark mood to them that some thought may of been his artistic expression concerning the world of elite pedos. I think there was also some talk about his involvement with the Rothchilds he being involved with one that also died by scarf and door knob (last link).

    The thing that got me on this was the Breitbart story on Melania’s dress which was fine by itself with over 20 images and mention the dress was done by McQueen. In particular it was the comment section which had 882 comments and not one where I could find anyone recognizing the fact or even possibility that Melania was trolling the pedos in the cabal. Thus the reason for the post.

    Kind of shocked that intellectual curiosity over there seems dead and perhaps or that the readership over there is not that well informed or else someone might of made mention of it given the number of comments. I did want to get on there make some sort of note that Melania was likely to be trolling in high fashion, but alas I’ve been kicked off Brietbart for nearly 4yrs now.

    Someone mentioned that that dress was designed to be a scream coming from the tortured children of who had suffered at the hands of those elite committing child pedophilia and that our first lady has heard and has not forgotten those few who, if even feebly stood against such, and that then is the troll and warning to the cabal. (another story said 14 now)

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    1. Thanks, Para!
      Yes…Alexander McQueen’s strange ‘suicide’ is very suspicious.
      Especially since he had been involved in exposing pedophiles.

      Our genius First Lady was definitely trolling the elitist pedos out there.
      No doubt about it.

      Another suspicious ‘suicide’ was that of Avici, the musician/sound producer who did songs like ‘Hey Brother’.

      Avici, whose name was Tim Bergling, was said to have been about to release a video about elite pedophile rings.
      But then…he was suicided before he could do that.

      Both McQueen and Avici had become famous enough to be invited to posh parties thrown by elitists…and included in other private events where the rich & powerful are present.
      They both probably knew too much.

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      1. On that note, posh parties thrown by elitistes and other events where the rich and powerful are present Sia or Sai, forgets which, comes to mind. She’s the song writer and singer that used to always keep her face covered. She did the “Greatest” and everyone says it’s about the Pulse Night Club but when I watch it I see something else entirely. Could be wrong, but doesn’t feel that way.

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        1. Oh yeah, Para…I can definitely see this as being about child abuse/pedophilia.

          It makes more sense that way.
          More than anything else.

          Pedos deserve a special place in hell.

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        2. Talking about Sia I always found this video of ‘Chandelier’ very odd. I don’t know how to put it in words but it gives me very odd vibes.

          FYI I read Sia just adopted 2 teen boys

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          1. Yes, that one is in the same vein. Isn’t that Male dancer the guy that 4 Chan used to harass all the time? Lebow or Lebou? (I’m taking from memory, now that you mentioned the title. ).

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              1. It was because Shia LeBoef started that riff about Pres Trump…
                “He Will Not Divide Us”

                Which was all bullshit.

                LeBoef even did an ‘art’ display about it.

                LeBoef is a leftist douchenozzle.

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    2. I have my doubts that McQueen was suicide – and I have similar doubts about the mysterious end of his “muse / GF / friend” who was a Rothschild EX-WIFE under an NDA.

      If she knew things about the Roths, and had told McQueen…..

      Makes sense.

      Read something else in that article which would explain why Trump might be aware of certain things on a more personal level. Worth looking for by reading carefully.

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      1. Having hotels and other properties around the world, like PDJT did…for decades…would’ve given him a perspective on things that few others have.

        He could’ve also been privy to all sorts of ‘secrets’ of the elitists.

        [They] thought he was ‘one of them’.
        Up until 2016 when he kicked over the tables and let them know he was coming after them.

        That’s why they hate him so much.
        They fear what he knows.
        They don’t even know what all he knows…and it probably is making them crazy.

        But that’s why They have unleashed their demons and toadies to try to destroy him.

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        1. The fashion industry is full of trafficking, exploitation, and Satanism. Melania probably knows a lot of sordid stuff from her modeling days (and if not from then, then from talking to other wealthy wives). Follow the wives!

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          1. I hadn’t thought about that…
            But you’re absolutely right, Sadie!

            Chances are that FL Melania knows more than she ever wanted to, on that horrific subject.

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            1. I once read that Trump was at all the same elitist parties at first, but he was stone cold SOBER, and never partook of the sickness that the others did. He KNOWS it ALL and those that did it and to WHOM. They THOUGHT he was one of them, but he was just doing the political thing, not the PEDO thing.

              He even remarks on it in some speeches, when he told the ENTIRE republican stage that he had “bought them all” it SHHOOK them ALL. That is when they KNEW Trump was for real, NOT just posturing, and was a REAL threat.

              They have been really out to get him ever since.

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      2. The red scarf. Suicide by doorknob is sending a message. Think also Michael hutchence, inxs. Might have been whyat. Lots of suicides and public humiliation with that imagery

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  5. Wheatie I love your selection tonight!

    Of course Marica has brought a lot of music too.

    We need good music for warriors to replenish their tired souls

    And we need some REALLY GOOD WAR MUSIC… 😉

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      1. That one is really good!

        OK I shared the one you posted above. Check it out:

        ~ ~ ~

        You have the strength to give chase

        God will supply your need

        He will give you wings as eagles

        Allow him to quicken you when you feel faint

        Do not give up the relentless pursuit of righteousness

        An extended soundtrack for the persevering

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    1. You never expected the Spanish Inqi … Flu … !

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      1. Text from above…

        Ivermectin is given to hundreds of millions of people annually to protect them from parasites. It is a WHO ‘essential medicine’, regarded as harmless. We use it for hair mites in schoolkids. Giving this drug to those at risk for influenza would seem to be an obvious step to me..

        — Prof Trevor Marshall (@trevmar) July 6, 2020

        Well, you had found the in-vitro study showing Ivermectin worked well in-vitro against the Influenza-A Virus (IAV) (Spanish Flu), and as you say, in a pandemic some risk can be taken. That is the point in my original tweet about the Swine Flue scare…

        — Prof Trevor Marshall (@trevmar) July 6, 2020

        Brandon, the mechanism by which Ivermectin is active against RNA viruses doesn’t change much with viral species. The blocking of the IMPα/β1 dimer to reduce NS5 nuclear import has a similar effect on all the influenzas. Some things just aren’t worth an in-vivo study to “prove”😀

        — Prof Trevor Marshall (@trevmar) July 6, 2020

        Brandon, I spent 20 fruitless years trying to get the FDA interested in another ‘magic’ drug. The problem is that Ivermectin treats Influenza, threatening the need for flu shots. It attacks all the RNA viruses (Ebola, etc). FDA does not want ‘game-changers,’ just PhRMA money.

        — Prof Trevor Marshall (@trevmar) July 5, 2020

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      2. Yo, T3! Good to see you. How’s it hangin’? You had mentioned some time pressures in other parts of your life that had you withdrawing from a regular gig here — are they accomplished? How did they pan out?

        Or is this visit just a welcome one-timer?

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        1. Yo back my friend! I miss my regular gig here, and yes, other pressures continue to keep me from a commitment greater than skulking around. Mostly on the weekends I think. How’s your planning for a move to a better region coming along?


    2. Second cure for Covid-19, saw this at the Trevor Marshal twitter account Wolf linked above:

      Ivermectin Study Reveals Fantastic Results: 100% of [Covid-19] 60 Patients Better in an Average of Just Under 6 Days

      Jun 28, 2020 | COVID-19, Ivermectin, News, Popular Posts, Positive Results, Upazila Health & Family Planning Officer’s (UHFPO) Office

      Recently, TrialSite News reported on a study sponsored in Bangladesh by Upazila Health & Family Planning Officer’s (UHFPO) Office, Chakoria, Cox’ Bazar and Abu Taiub Mohammad Mohiuddin Chowdhury, First Affiliated Hospital Xi’an Jiaotong University. The observational study was conducted from May 2 to June 5, 2020. The principal investigators observed 181 patients who tested positive for COVID-19. The Research team recently shared the results via preprint server and ResearchGate. The study team concluded that concerning the treatment outcome, adverse effect, and safety, the Ivermectin and Doxycycline combination was superior to the use of Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin therapy in the case of mild to moderate degree of COVID-19 patients. Although both treatment regimens were observed to be effective for this study, the Ivermectin treatment was superior.

      The Study

      Sponsored by Upazila Health & Family Planning Officer’s (UHFPO) Office, Chakoria, Cox’s Bazar in collaboration with Abu Taiub Mohammad Mohiuddin Chowdhury, First Affiliated Hospital Xi’an Jiaotong University, China, this study was conducted for just over a month from May to June 2020. The investigators observed 181 patients who had tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection by RT PCR undertaken at Cox’s Bazar Medical College. The participants were observed carefully for family history and any comorbidities that could disqualify them for this study. As it turned out, 42 participants had comorbid conditions that could impact recovery time; 14 participants were unwilling to participate in the study and 9 participants failed to participate (3 from group A and 6 from group B) for follow up sample collection so these were excluded. Following exclusion, 116 patients were included with mild to moderate degree of illness with normal or near-normal chest radiograph and Oxygen Saturation more than 95% were included in this study. All the patients enrolled in the study were treated as an outpatient protocol.


      The study patients were divided into two groups including (A) (n=60): Ivermectin 200 µgm/kg single dose and Doxycycline 100 mg BID for 10 days. Note this is very similar to Dr. Tarek Alam’s successful hospital approved protocol study at the Bangladesh Medical College. Group (B) (n=56): Hydroxychloroquine 400mg first day then 200mg BID for 9 days plus Azithromycin 500mg daily for 5 days.

      Standard of Care

      Additionally the principal investigators and staff treated the patients with any fever, headache, cough, myalgia, and other complaints. The participants were advised for self-isolation, proper nutrition, hydration and a sanitary environment.

      Treatment Monitoring

      The team evaluated the patients every 2 days starting from the 5th day (Asymptomatic patients) or the 2nd non-symptomatic day from the first day of the drug intake by PCR study or nasopharyngeal and throat swab in each group. Regular contracts were maintained to find out the adverse or side effects of the therapy.

      The Results

      Much like the results from Dr. Rajter at Broward County, Florida, United States and Dr. Tarek Alam, Bangladesh Medical College, the results here were quite positive.

      Group A, the Ivermectin group, experienced a 100% recovery rate, with a mean symptomatic recovery duration of 5.93 days and negative PCR was on 8.93 days. The Group B results (Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin) was 96.36%, 6.99 days and 9.33 days respectively.

      55.10% of the patients in Group A (Ivermectin) gained symptomatic recovery on the 5th day. A mild degree of adverse effect was noted by 31.67% of patients; lethargy in 14 (23.3%), nausea in 11 (18.3%) and occasional vertigo in 7 (11.66%) of patients.

      In the meantime, Group B experienced some degree of adverse effects; 13 (23.21%) mild type of blurring of vision and headache; 22 (39.2%) increased lethargy and dizziness, 10 (17.85%) occasional palpitation, and 9 (16.07%) experienced nausea and vomiting.


      The Upazila Health & Family Planning Officer’s (UHFPO) Office, Chakoria, Cox’s Bazar in collaboration with Abu Taiub Mohammad Mohiuddin Chowdhury, First Affiliated Hospital Xi’an Jiaotong University in China has come to the conclusion that in regards to treatment outcome, adverse effect and safety, the Ivermectin and Doxycycline combination is superior to Hydroxychloroquine-Azithromycin therapy in the case of mild to moderate degree of COVID-19 patients. The Bangladeshi and Chinese team found that both treatments were effective in this study. However, the Ivermectin results were superior to Hydroxychloroquine.

      [more at the link: ]

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      1. Why are all these “studies” neglecting Zink??? They are purposely leaving out the +Z part of the treatment. They’re “John Cook” ing the books just like the Remdesivir “studies”…

        HCQ is acting as a Zink Ionisphore… Massive amounts of tonic water (quinine) with zink would do the same, albeit with problems…

        I wonder how much Ivermectin costs?????

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          1. Ooops. Thanks for spotting that 😳

            Not enough Covfefe…. sigh…

            Reminds me of the old days, when a young lass who’d galvanized my attentions signed a missive, “Yours ’til the kitchen Zinks”…

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        1. “That’s a lot of words to say, “we found a cure we like better, mainly because our name is on it.” ”


          If you’re stricken with a disease so scary it shut down the whole planet, it’s nice to have options for multiple cures 😁

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    1. Yes! …Makes perfect sense.

      Hence, all the virtue-signaling over ‘wearing a mask’.

      The hostages must be afraid!
      Our globalist overlords have demanded this!

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      1. Every day Trump REFUTES and flouts the narrative by NOT wearing a mask. The good guys don’t HIDE behind masks comes to mind. Trump is WELL aware that the masks are USELESS and nothing but a psyop to try and maintain the fear and control.

        I wish just ONCE someone like Trump would explain it to the masses that a CLOTH MASK will not stop a MICROSCOPIC virus. If you can SEE through it, it means the opening is MORE than big enough for Covid to pass through, like a hot dog down a hallway.

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        1. Approximate size of a photon of light: 400-700 nanometers, depending on color/frequency.

          Size of a virus: 20-300 nm.

          I’m sure the holes in a cloth mask are considerably bigger than one photon’s width. If they let visible light through, they will let viruses through.

          (And by the way, the simple fact that a virus is smaller than a wavelength of visible light means it cannot be seen in visible light. And it means they have no color. Our colorful kooshball graphics with pink and red bumps on them are all artists’ renditions or at least colorizations of an electron microscope photograph.) An electron microscope is needed, those are good down to individual atoms (which range from .06 to .52 nanometers across, most towards the small end of that range).

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          1. “Our colorful kooshball graphics with pink and red bumps on them are all artists’ renditions ”


            Maybe with the proper care and feeding — like you could get at a Chinese wet market — they grow really big.

            You know, like Gremlins, when they get wet 😂

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      1. BINGO, “Do not do it for your self, do it as your patriotic duty to help others” That was one of the FIRST mantras used when they were pushing Covid hype. They changed it SEVERAL times, Do it to help the elderly, do it to help keep the spread down, do it to keep the hospitals from being over run.

        P. Rex’s axiom. ANYTIME they have to change the narrative more than ONCE to try and keep something going, the narratives are a LIE.

        We are on narrative at least number 6 with Covid.

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      2. “Yes, and their self imposed mission is to make the rest of us afraid using guilt as a weapon.”


        Well that’s definitely not working.

        Unless their name happens to be ‘Karen’ 😂

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          1. “I know a few women named Karen, and…not one does not meet the description”


            That’s why they were named ‘Karen’.

            Their parents just knew… 🤣😂🤣

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  6. Article:

    COVID-19 is close to losing its epidemic status in the U.S., according to the CDC

    “The percentage of coronavirus deaths in the country has been declining for ten straight weeks.”
    …………..From the article:

    Coronavirus deaths in the country have nearly reached a level where the virus will cease to qualify as an epidemic under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention rules, the federal agency reported on Friday.

    The CDC qualifies a disease outbreak as an “epidemic” if the number of deaths attributable to the disease exceeds a certain percentage of total deaths per week. That threshold for pneumonia, influenza and COVID-19 fluctuates slightly depending on the time of year, ranging from around 7% at the height of flu season to around 5% during less virulent months.
    [ … ]

    The agency notes that the official tally of deaths “will likely change as more death certificates are processed, particularly for recent weeks.” Yet the number of deaths attributable to COVID-19, pneumonia and influenza have been declining for 10 straight weeks, the agency said on its website, suggesting COVID-19 may cease to qualify as an epidemic in the next few weeks.

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    1. “COVID-19 is close to losing its epidemic status in the U.S., according to the CDC”


      The CDC went on to reassure that the comedic status of Covid-19 is stronger than ever 👍 😁

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    Comments section:

    sDee: “I paraphrase…..
    “Hey, if the people want to elect sh’ts like Schiff to run their Intelligence Committee, that’s their problem not mine.”

    oldumb replies: “You may not LIKE it, but that is the way it is. The Executive cannot censor or repress the legislature. Nor do we want them to. Soon there will be a demoncrap executive, do you want the censoring the conservatives? Of course not, so don’t expect AG Barr to break through that wall. Representatives should be able to say what the F^&* they want. PERIOD.”



    First of all, Schiff wasn’t acting in his capacity as a legislator, or speaking from the floor of the House of Representatives, and neither was Rice or Brennan or Yates or Comey or Clapper or any of the other traitors.

    Second, if Trump and Barr ever drop the hammer on these demonic beings, there won’t BE a democrat party anymore. The word ‘democrat’ will be more reviled than Nazi.

    Third, NOBODY has the right to take part in a conspiracy to overthrow the Republic, nobody has the right to commit TREASON, a COUP, and that is EXACTLY what these former Hussein officials and current democrats are doing, furthering their attempted COUP, when they say one thing under oath (I have no evidence Trump did anything wrong) and then publicly say they have evidence the president committed Treason.

    They can lie from the floor of the House or the Senate, but they have no immunity when they speak outside Congress:

    “Members of Congress are given an absolute privilege to lie with impunity in the House or Senate, if they so desire, by the Speech or Debate Clause in Article I, Section 6 of the U.S. Constitution.

    It states that, with regard to senators and representatives, “for Speech or Debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other Place.” The Framers of the Constitution wanted to encourage debate in Congress, and they did not want that debate chilled by the threat of lawsuits.”

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    1. republicans seem restrained by thoughts of “fair play” …we wouldn’t do that because WE THINK if we don’t, they won’t do it to us.
      democrats are not constrained at all…they win, they walk all over any rights or fairness standards because they are the victor.

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  8. Not to be missed in the SD post referenced above by Scott….worth the 5 minutes.

    This was not released as part of Maria B’s original airing of this exclusive interview (from about 2 weeks ago, I believe…).

    Barr is CLEARLY going after people.

    He most definitely sees things the way we do….without question.

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    1. Don’t you wonder why that part of the interview wasn’t included originally…unless it was always planned for a holiday weekend view (when there are fewer viewers).

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  9. New article by Kurt Schlichter:

    GOP Saps Need to Quit Being Idiots

    Posted: Jul 06, 2020 12:01 AM

    The whole thing is good, but here are a few choice bits:

    …………..From the article:

    I want to know the name of one single voter who cried out, “Take that, Columbus Day! And now that Fort Benning is known as Fort Diversity Rainbow Unicorn, I shall cast my ballot proudly for the generic GOP stooge who helped make that happen because when my country is burning and I am under attack, I want to be represented by people whose first inclination is to suck up to the Democrats!”

    What’s this guy’s name, GOP geniuses? Who is this mystery voter you are courting at the expense of people otherwise inclined to support you? I’d like to meet him, and to sell him a bridge.
    [ … ]

    This is not hard. Why are you channeling Mitt Romney, except with worse hair? … We already have a group of dishonest suckers undermining the country. They are called “Democrats” and we don’t need two parties of them.

    People keep telling you GOP-types to shape up. Tucker Carlson’s ratings are reaching low earth orbit thanks to his merciless pillorying of you empty suits. Maybe you should listen to the voters instead of the overpaid doofuses you are paying a ton of money to in order to lose your elections for you.
    [ … ]

    GOP dummies, what the hell is your excuse? I want to know the thought process by which you slack-jawed nimrods who make up a startling proportion of the Republican Party’s political cadre got the idea that we sent you to Washington to rename Army bases and switch-up holidays.

    …………………..Much more to savor at the link. 😄

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    1. “GOP dummies, what the hell is your excuse?”


      We know their excuse.

      They are owned by the Communist Chinese Party, paid to be controlled opposition, and their real mission is to subvert and undermine the United States of America, via Cultural Marxism.

      Same as the democrats.

      The democrats play ‘bad cop’, and the GOPe plays ‘good cop’.

      But they’re all all bad cops, every one a traitor, all of them paid by the same CCP.

      And this is true for the large majority of supposed ‘conservatives’ in ALL Western countries, the CCP has infiltrated and bought ALL of them.

      They nearly destroyed Western Civilization. And they did it cheap.

      Cheaper than they could ever have done it through war. They only had to buy off a few hundred people at the top, less than a thousand people, even in a large country like ours. Far fewer in smaller countries.

      Not only did they do it cheap, they enriched themselves in the process, making all of us pay them to do it.

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    2. “I want to know the name of one single voter who cried out, “Take that, Columbus Day! And now that Fort Benning is known as Fort Diversity Rainbow Unicorn, I shall cast my ballot proudly for the generic GOP stooge who helped make that happen because when my country is burning and I am under attack, I want to be represented by people whose first inclination is to suck up to the Democrats!””


      These are the people they detest at NeonRevolt, the people my generation and younger detest.

      Republicans who go around supporting every kind of sexual perversion under the sun, and wouldn’t stand up for Christ or Christians if their lives depended on it.

      Because they can’t.

      You can’t stand for Christ, and stand for homosexual butt sex.

      So the GOPe chooses to stand for homosexual butt sex instead.

      The party of Buggery.

      Here’s their 2020 campaign slogan:

      The GOPe.

      They won’t stand for Christ or Western Civilization or even America, but at least they stand for butt sex.

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  10. Article about Commie thugs toppling a statue of Frederick Douglass:

    ……………From the article:

    Rochester Police are investigating damage done to a statue of Frederick Douglass in Maplewood Park. It happened over the weekend, and police say that the statue was torn off its base, and left about 50 feet from its pedestal. The statue had been placed over the fence to Genesee River gorge and was leaning against the fence.

    Police say in addition to the damage at the bottom of the statue, one of the fingers on the left hand of the statue was damaged. Aside from that damage, there was no graffiti on the statue or in the surrounding park. The statue has been removed for repairs.

    ………………End of quote, more at the link.

    No graffiti…?

    Maybe the idiot commies realized who Frederick Douglass was and ran away.

    Hat tip: The Liberty Daily

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    1. Trump has already won this election.

      At this point, these children are simply throwing a temper tantrum over it, before the fact.

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              1. Hey, Patty!!! Very quiet and peaceful – yes – Pasta for dinner – slept like a baby – lol

                Happy you were able to enjoy some peace and quiet for a change – perhaps, the ‘mob’ is enjoying dinner elsewhere – lol

                You have a Blessed Day, too! Hugs!!!

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          1. 🦋🦋🦋🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🌻🌞😍🌞🌻🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🦋🦋🦋

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  11. For anyone following this story I can’t get on without a subscription, but – as they say – a picture is worth a thousand words. 🙂

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        1. FTA: It is thought the photo was taken after Mr Clinton arrived in London in September 2002 en route to the Labour Party conference in Blackpool where he was the guest of honour.
          Spacey went with him to Blackpool. Before arriving in the UK, Mr Clinton and Spacey spent seven days on a tour of Africa with Epstein on his private jet.

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  12. H/T DORA

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      1. Comments on that are great (at the start):

        “The owner only took cash so the deer came back with four bucks.”

        “Four bucks??? I thought came back with way more doe.”

        “Im very fawn’d of this story.”

        To which I can only imagine, after a few more time of this, and the greatly extended family of the deer, the overwhelmed store owner was forced to write a John Deer letter…

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    Here’s some classical guitar virtuosity from Stephanie Jones. In case you’re interested notice the perfection of her left-hand control as she moves through some of this piece’s particularly demanding passages. In particular, I’d like to point at how, at about the 1 min point, she includes some harmonic ornaments that still have be a bit stunned. Steffi’s got some serious chops! Enjoy . . .

    The Sound of Silence by Simon & Garfunkel, performed by
    Stephanie Jones

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      1. I saw one of those messages a few years back. Quite a bit different from any speech a president would give; lots of chit-chat about the family, but that does make sense, in a monarchy, where the entire royal family are political figures.

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        1. Seems like monarchs are murderers who were more successful at murdering their adversaries than any of their competition, and then with time, their subjects, the people they allowed to live grew to adore them.

          In other words, Stockholm Syndrome on a national basis.

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          1. Don’t disagree at all. That’s essentially what government was until someone came up with the notion that it had some other purpose, like protecting its people. No, that wasn’t us, but we did quite a bit to make it stick.

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  14. Sundance occassionally reposts one of his original blog posts after several previous blogs in which orginal treepers had been involved became hostile and they left &/or the blog folded/shut down. Left me a little sad to review the dates as I was reminded how different that treehouse used to be. Also, was a jarring reminder at how SD had changed over the years and even how his writing style had changed.

    I wonder what the significance is when he decides to repost this blog entry? I can’t put together a pattern…





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    1. “Sundance occassionally reposts one of his original blog posts after several previous blogs in which orginal treepers had been involved became hostile and they left &/or the blog folded/shut down.”


      You reminded me that I still get ‘likes’ from old posts over there, about once every couple months it seems, someone is digging through old posts at CTH and clicks the ‘like’ button, and I still get notification 😁


    2. “I wonder what the significance is when he decides to repost this blog entry? I can’t put together a pattern…”


      No telling.

      Between his “Do You Really Want the Book?”, and then the “Inflection Points” reverie — where he conveniently forgets that he threw about a hundred of us overboard, as he basks in his own magnanimity 😂 — I wish he’d just get on with it, instead of all the emotional BS.

      DO IT, and THEN bask in the afterglow and reverie of your whatever. 👍

      Action is what is always missing.


    1. Good for him!
      He knows he’ll be punished for speaking out…but he did it anyway.

      His brother, Randy, is a bigtime Trump supporter.
      I didn’t know that Dennis was too.

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        1. Heheh. I love that movie.

          It’s funny when Randy Quaid is talking to the crowd of pilots and he mentions having been “abducted by aliens”…

          The other pilots groan and roll their eyes.
          But they are getting ready to go up and fight aliens in space ships!

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          1. kick the tires and light the fires!!

            so many good parts to that movie…but at the end, when they have conquered the aliens…and they are walking back thru the desert…that’s an American swagger right there!

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              1. I like Adam Baldwin too!
                And yeah, he got a bad-guy role in The Patriot…but being a conservative, it’s prolly hard for him to get good roles.

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              2. Adam was great in that Firefly space cowboy series…and in the movie Serenity.
                “I’ll be in my bunk.”

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              3. Highly recommend both!
                The series was short lived…and the fans caused a ruckus, wanting it brought back.

                So the made a movie instead…Serenity.

                I recommend watching the series first, then the movie.

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              4. Adam and McSteamy in The Last Ship, be still my heart!!💓😛😊


              5. I always liked Adam Baldwin.

                He was wonderful in the TV show ‘Chuck’ on of my favs.

                And ‘firefly’ of course.


              1. cool!
                we’re always looking for new things to watch and since we don’t watch much tv we don’t see movie trailers or series promotions…last thing we watched from tv was the Blacklist…which I guess will now be called the List—sounds ominous doesn’t it? HAHA

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              2. The bad news is, there were only 15 hour-long episodes of Firefly before it got cancelled.

                And once you’ve seen them, you’ll understand why there are conspiracy theories about it getting canned.

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    1. Can’t help but notice the very “blah” Xmas trees with the very non-traditional Xmas colors. But I also remember reading early on that the Obamas, in interview, saying they never really celebrated Xmas nor exchanged gifts, even with the daughters. One reason they always left the WH during the Season…and, of course, took their taxpayer-paid vacation to his “childhood home.” Interesting there hasn’t been the urge to do so after we stopped paying for it.
      Most Presidents went back to their homes to spend their holidays…..does anyone know if the Obama’s have ever returned to their home in Chicago? Or, the Clinton’s to Arkansas? Carpetbaggers, me thinks.
      Of course, that is totally passed on by the media.

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      1. I don’t know …one of the female college championship teams attended a ceremony honoring them at the White House…wearing flip flops.
        Probably most, if not all, were on full scholarship…you’d think they could spring for a pair of decent shoes for the once in a lifetime occasion.

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    MAGA Candidates Lists for all 50 States. Includes remaining Primary and General Elections.

    Trump endorsed candidates:

    US Senate MAGA:

    US House MAGA:

    State Lists:
    129 Members
    Trump Endorsed Candidates

    8:15 AM · Jul 6, 2020

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  16. HT Dora, Link further below was posted on Flep’s news.

    Worth listening to in the background. This Texas doctor talks about how he treats Covid with STELLAR results.

    ^^^ Same treatment used in Taiwan, Singapore and Japan.

    Within five minutes of the 31 minute video, he clearly articulates he has a SILVER BULLET to treat Covid.

    Readily available. Affordable, at every pharmacy in US. Generic. Side effects NOT an issue.

    Information is in Ted Cruz’s hands. Will be in President Trump’s hands within a week.

    He also talks about CDC, NIH studies are created to document failure.

    Builds an obvious case to NOT use a vaccine.

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      1. Yup. At some point CDC, FauXi, Brix need to be at a minimum publicly shamed, fired…and OPENLY challenged at EVERY presser they hold.

        Liked by 5 people

    1. Bartlett is a Christian and got this idea after praying during a 48 hour shift when their hospital was swamped with very sick coronavirus patients.

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    1. ^^^ Great memes.

      First meme, initially I only saw the first two lines, Biggest Idiot… Immediately thought socialist Sisolak, NV guvner. 🙂 certainly fits bite me biden.

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  17. For the spaghetti western fans here:

    Edward Pentin
    Filmscore composer #EnnioMorricone has died at 91. An interview he gave
    in 2009 in which he discussed his faith, his love for Gregorian Chant, and his esteem for Clint Eastwood
    4:11 AM · Jul 6, 2020

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    1. Once they demanded money from him it became criminal activity. That man was a damn idiot to have his windows down and engage.
      I will NEVER NEVER travel to areas where this behavior is allowed.

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    Q Research Notables
    SCOTUS rules unanimously that states can require presidential electors to back their states’ popular vote winner in the Electoral College.
    Quote Tweet

    Shannon Bream
    · 11m
    BREAKING: #SCOTUS rules unanimously that states can punish faithless electors who decide to show up for the Electoral College vote and cast their ballots against the way their states voted.
    10:29 AM · Jul 6, 2020

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    1. CLIMATE CHANGE – by any human means, except perhaps large scale nuclear blast caused ‘winter’, is a hoax of political proportions.

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    2. There seems to be an an attack against our O&G production by activist judges?? Boasburg just shut down the Dakota pipeline and there was another huge project stalled. Trying yet another way to crash POTUS’ economy??? 😡

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  19. MilSpecOpsMonkey corrects his error from yesterday.


    I made the statement “It is important to understand that she has ALREADY BEEN SENTENCED so there is no trial. With a SEALED indictment a Grand Jury had enough evidence, without her even knowing, to convict and sentence her for crimes against children.”

    I did indeed misspeak as I didn’t fully do my research and was going by things I have heard across various platforms to include lawyers on Fox News.

    What I should have said (and it has since been corrected) is that she has already been CHARGED (not sentenced) and there will be a speedy trial. In all likelihood it will be via a video conference from an “undisclosed” location. I seriously doubt they would be stupid enough to bring her into NYC for a trial; but sometimes you have to wonder about their intent as they could still do it.

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  20. Dawson is on a roll today.

    I guess it would help the Swamp if the head of your anti-graft agency was a Swamp creature…
    But not any more!

    Shell companies, off shore accounts, 3rd party ‘contracts’ to get cash from suspects to the chief over the investigators.
    Quote Tweet

    FCCED – Financial Crimes News
    · 25m
    Nigeria’s State Security Service has arrested anti-graft agency chief, Ibrahim Magu over corruption allegations. The EFCC chief, Magu was accused of moving funds abroad through a third party & receiving gifts from people under investigations by the agency.

    Connecting the Swamp in Bangladesh to the Swamp in Kuwait. They are draining ALL the Swamps because they are connected!

    Wonder if this is how the 1MDB case connects into the Clinton Foundation?
    Quote Tweet

    FCCED – Financial Crimes News
    · 1h
    A Bangladeshi lawmaker Papul, who was sent to jail in Kuwait on charges of human trafficking & money laundering has admitted to giving bribes to two Kuwaiti lawmakers. Papul denies the bribery allegations but accused the lawmakers of corruption.

    Some Kuwaiti legislators & the Chinese government were secretly paying for Jho Low’s defense in the #1MDB case.
    10:39 AM · Jul 6, 2020

    The Clinton Foundation donors from the Swamp in Bangladesh got themselves arrested while Hillary was Secretary of State. She used the State Dept & the World Bank to threaten Bangladeshi politicians into dropping charges.
    Hillary Clinton Pressured Bangladesh to Help Donor, Documents Show
    As secretary of state, Clinton deployed high-powered officials to rescue a friend who faced financial mismanagement charges, records indicate.
    10:39 AM · Jul 6, 2020

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  21. via Ace of Spades

    The Morning Report – 7/6/20
    —J.J. Sefton

    “Good morning, kids. Hope you all had an enjoyable Fourth of July, the present troubles notwithstanding. On a very positive note, President Trump gave arguably his best, if not the most crucial speech of his presidency so far. With Mount Rushmore as the backdrop, he was figuratively as well as literally on the front lines of what has now devolved into a civil war for the heart, soul and future of this nation. Except it’s not really a civil war but more of a hijacking of the nation, since only one side is advancing that aim by engaging in violence, intimidation and propaganda, with essentially zero pushback – Donald J. Trump and all of his standing with him being the exception.

    … For this America, stunned by the senseless violence which pours salt in the wounds of [Chinese] COVID-19 and a shattered economy, the president’s speech was just what the doctor ordered.
    He paid homage to the “56 patriots” who gathered in Philadelphia in 1776 to sign the Declaration of Independence, which “enshrined a divine truth that… all men are created equal.”

    He even dared to say America was “founded on Judeo-Christian principles” with the family “the bedrock of American life,” where “every child, of every color — born and unborn — is made in the holy image of G-d.”

    And in his forthright way, he fingered a “new far-left fascism that demands absolute allegiance. If you do not speak its language… recite its mantras and follow its commandments, then you will be censored, banished, blacklisted, persecuted and punished.”

    “It’s not going to happen to us…”

    Boom. No other President or politician allegedly on our side in my lifetime ever dared to directly indict and damn the Democrat Party and the Leftist-Progressive-Globalist agenda for their record of pain, misery and destruction and for warning about the consequences should they succeed. Not even the great Ronald Reagan. Actually, Donald Trump just declared the Democrat Party and the totalitarian thugs in it and supporting it to be an “evil empire.” It’s not hyperbole either. His speech was as factual an indictment of what they have done and intend to do and he essentially laid down the marker of what amounts to “over my dead body.”

    more at link

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  22. icymi… Wolfie asked a few days ago that we NOT post tweets directly to this site… apparently Twitter has figured out how to slow down site performance with direct cut and paste…

    Deplorable Pat demonstrated a neat way to link them here:

    paste the link and then remove everything from “?” to end. Then insert three “dots” and hit “post comment”

    The result means the reader has to click on the link… which is a good thing actually (imho) as it takes one to the actual twitter account and there one can not only read the tweet but also any additional ones of interest as well.

    An alternative is to simply copy the tweet in its entirety, which enables Zoe and others to ‘read’ the text…

    or, one can do both 😉 … esp when there is an embedded video or image that won’t allow you to ‘copy’

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    1. RIP Charlie…..Benghazi ain’t going away.

      So gather ’round, gather ’round chillin’
      Get down, well just get down chillin’
      Get loud, well you can be loud and be proud
      Well you can be proud, hear now
      Be proud you’re a rebel
      ‘Cause the South’s gonna do it again and again

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  23. K-Mac just finished her Press Beating. All they could focus on was POTUS’ Bubba Smollett tweet and the Confederate flag. She must’ve answered the same 8+ questions repeatedly ad nauseum. She exited as usual with a phenomenal slam and shame. NOT ONE question was asked about all the crime and deaths and the 5 black children killed , NOT ONE!! 💥💥💥

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  24. 😂😂

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