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If We’ve Reached The Top, I Don’t Want To Be The Last One To Pay The Highest Price

It’s Friday desk clearing time for this blogger. “The number of new home purchases has certainly slowed amid the construction industry’s struggles, though it’s not impossible for buyers to find a new home to purchase. In many cases, homebuilders have simply had to slow their timelines and cut down on how many deals they make at a time to avoid a glut of incomplete homes with impatient owners. ‘They’re rationing how many homes they’re even making available for people to put a down payment on,’ says Nick Bailey, president of Re/Max.”

“The U.S. housing market appears to be straining under the weight of its own pandemic-driven success. Recent data shows the sector is returning from the stratosphere and coming back to pre-COVID levels, as evidenced by a slew of data released this week. ‘The housing market isn’t caving just yet,’ said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Spartan Capital Securities in New York. ‘Have we reached a peak? That’s a possibility, but worst-case scenario, I see a leveling off.'”

“‘We may have turned a corner on inventory,’ said Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist. ‘There is some softening in the demand.'”

“The boiling US housing market took a refreshing dip in the pool in June. ‘I don’t believe you’ll see the kinds of [price] increases you’ve seen in the last 12 months,’ Sheryl Palmer, a home-builder executive, told the WSJ. ‘That’s not sustainable.'”

“The Austin housing market might be showing signs of slowing down after an intensely competitive period. Mortgage purchase applications dropped by 17.8% from July 10 to July 16 and by 28.5% from July 3 to July 9. Eric Bramlett, owner of Bramlett Residential, said the dip in mortgage purchase applications will feel like a huge slowdown for buyers and sellers. ‘It’s going to feel like we fell off a cliff, but we’re really just returning to the normal, robust market that Austin has been in for at least the last half decade,’ Bramlett said.”

“‘I think we’re beginning to start seeing some of that reversion back to norm, because quite frankly, you can’t see sales increasing 25% a year or home prices going up 20% a year,’ said Jim Gaines, a research economist at the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.”

“Amid the current craze, what is the status of the Seacoast real estate frenzy? John Rice, statistician for the Seacoast Board of Realtors said ‘If you have a burner on a stove that was on high, maybe somebody turned it down to medium high,’ he said of the current market. That may be a sign that the local real estate craze might be beginning to wane, but for now, Rice believes the demand for Seacoast homes still has plenty of stamina. ‘This is craziness what we’ve had. It’s craziness, and it’s totally unsustainable,’ he said. ‘Everyone knows it’s unsustainable.'”

“Rice said that the June increase in Seacoast-area home listings, though skimpy compared to years past, means the market could be on its way to correcting itself. ‘That can only mean one thing: prices are bound to moderate and buyers will take maybe a little more time to make their decisions because there’s a little more time,’ he said. One thing Rice can’t measure is the current consumer confidence in the market, a widespread feeling he said has proved to be ‘unshakeable’ in recent months. ‘There’s a lot of faith in the value of real estate right now. If that were to get shaken then you’d see the market change,’ he said.”

“Existing home sales in Maine continued on a hot streak in June. However, there are some signs of a summer lull coming to some areas, including Portland. ‘In the Portland area we are experiencing a summer slowdown, with not as many situations with multiple offers, houses sitting longer and price drops,’ said Brit Vitalius, founder of Vitalius Real Estate Group.”

“The number of homes for sale in the Denver metro area grew in June by more than almost any other city in the nation. ‘The market before was kind of nuts where you’d ride on a property and you’d be one of 10 offers or even more in some cases,’ said John Crosbie of Liv Sotheby’s International Realty. ‘If you’re in a neighborhood and all of a sudden when beforehand you were one of the only properties to look at, now all of a sudden there’s three, yeah, as a seller, you’re one of three.'”

“‘It’s still competitive. We’re going from 20 offers on a place to four offers on a place,’ said Angelica Olmsted, an agent at Denver’s RE/MAX Professionals Cherry Creek. ‘It is more important than ever for sellers to price correctly. If it’s not priced correctly, it will sit, you will have to drop the price and people will think something is wrong with it.'”

“New listings during the month were up in all four counties — by as much as 42 percent year-over-year in Pasco. Ann Rogers, a St. Petersburg broker associate at Foresite Residential Real Estate, said even though the inventory changes are slight on paper, they’ve been very noticeable in the market. ‘It’s making a huge difference,’ she said. ‘Now all of a sudden, there’s stuff to send my customers.'”

“There are still bidding wars, Rogers said, but they’re a little less ubiquitous. And she’s noticed price reductions on houses that were listed too high, a shift that she’s watching to see if it continues into a multi-month trend. ‘I think what we’re going to see is some people taking a pause and saying, ‘If we’ve reached the top of the market, I don’t want to be the last one to pay the highest price in the neighborhood,’ Rogers said.”

“It’s a sign that more sellers are placing their homes on the market, raising expectations that the year’s nagging inventory shortage will be thrown into reverse. ‘The across-the-board increase in the premiums paid for housing throughout the state is very worrisome,’ Ken H. Johnson, real estate economist and associate dean at Florida Atlantic University’s College of Business, said in a report. ‘Trees do not grow to the sky, and neither do home prices.'”

“As the buying frenzy in Toronto-area real estate settles down, sellers need to navigate the market with a little more finesse these days. Andre Kutyan, a real estate agent with Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd., says much of his job this summer revolves around managing homeowners’ expectations. ‘Some sellers are in a different stratosphere as to what they think their home is worth.’ In the condo market, units in the $550,000 to $650,000 range are sometimes selling for less than similar units sold for in the same building in the spring, Mr. Kutyan says.”

“He sold a one-bedroom unit with parking at 230 Queen’s Quay West for $640,500 in June, after comparable units sold for as much as $666,000 between March and May. The seller was disappointed not to break above $650,000. ‘The seller was cognizant of the market,’ he says. ‘Ultimately the longer it sits, the less it’s going to sell for.'”

“Robert Herjavec has snapped up an apartment at New York’s One57 for roughly $34.5 million, he confirmed. The deal represents a major loss for the seller, a limited-liability company with an address at the offices of Pacific American, a company with ties to Chinese conglomerate HNA Group. The company paid $47.37 million for the unit about six years ago, The Wall Street Journal reported, and the apartment was listed for $45 million in July 2020.”

“The transaction is the latest in a string of building sales to close at a loss over the past few years. Another company linked to Pacific American sold a different unit in the building for $17.2 million last year, property records show. It paid $29.5 million for the unit in 2014. Jorge Lopez of Compass, Mr. Herjavec’s real-estate agent, said he doesn’t believe the sale price reflects the market, or even the market for the building, as much as it speaks to the seller’s desire to close on the sale quickly. ‘The seller wanted out,’ he said.”

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  1. ‘This is craziness what we’ve had. It’s craziness, and it’s totally unsustainable,’ he said. ‘Everyone knows it’s unsustainable’

    Everyone knew…

    ‘quite frankly, you can’t see sales increasing 25% a year or home prices going up 20% a year’

    But you did Jim, you did and now yer fooked!

  2. ‘units in the $550,000 to $650,000 range are sometimes selling for less than similar units sold for in the same building in the spring’

    The winnahs!

    1. “Jorge Lopez of Compass, Mr. Herjavec’s real-estate agent”

      geez, you’d think Robert H. could finangle a nice discount from fellow shark tank panelist Barbara Corcoran for using her immense real estate empire to handle such matters.
      then again, it IS shark tank. not manatee tank.

      1. Newsome isn’t going anywhere. He won the last election by 23 points. The threshold to cause a recall election is only 1.4M signatures. In a state with 40M people, that is a day at the park.

        When Davis got recalled back in 2003, he had only won the prior election by 5 points and lost the recall to Arnold.

        The current recall is a $270M exercise in futility. For a state with a $75B budget surplus it isn’t critical, but there is a better use for those funds.

        1. He won the last election by 23 points.

          Between Getty money and election/voter fraud, it’s certainly an uphill battle for any Republican to beat Newsom but don’t underestimate how much he’s pissed off Californians in the last year.

        2. “For a state with a $75B budget surplus”

          That’s Newsome’s shoot from the hip number and he lied. CA is 150 billion in the red…. and sinking with soaring taxes and skyrocketing unemployment.

          1. As we limped into Covid, Newsom was carrying an approx $10 billion dollar deficit. O’BARRIS gave him his “surplus”. Had Trump won, CaCa would have been effectively Bankruptcy and dead in the water as Trump intended on bleeding these Commie-states dry. He has “fake money” now, not real growth. We shall see.

          2. I saw yesterday that Hollywood is leaving for places like Albuquerque, New Mexico to escape CA taxes. CA is going to have a big revenue problem with that and tech moving to TX.

          1. I recall reading an article about how the Colorado state and muni governments were drooling over the free Fed money they were going to get.

  3. ‘New listings during the month were up in all four counties — by as much as 42 percent year-over-year in Pasco’

    Harry Potter, this is getting ridiculous.

    ‘I don’t want to be the last one to pay the highest price in the neighborhood’

    Speculating all along the way.

    BTW, I could only include one K-dna article but there’s plenty of international crater. I’ll try to catch up this weekend.

  4. ‘The transaction is the latest in a string of building sales to close at a loss over the past few years…‘The seller wanted out’

    Sinking like a turd in a well for years…

  5. ‘They’re rationing how many homes they’re even making available for people to put a down payment on,’

    Since when do you need to make a down payment in order to buy a home?

  6. ‘Have we reached a peak? That’s a possibility, but worst-case scenario, I see a leveling off.’

    I have a sudden craving for a souffle.

      1. “There is a unique set of ingredients that have combined in just the right way at just the right time to allow a large run-up in housing prices,”

        This unique set of ingredients were:

        1. Mass insanity among large sections of a totally dumbed-down population of idiots.

        2. Lots and lots of money thrown at this collection of idiots.

  7. ‘In the Portland area we are experiencing a summer slowdown, with not as many situations with multiple offers, houses sitting longer and price drops,’

    A “summer slowdown”!🤣 New words in a realturd lexicon? A “summer slowdown”…. I kinda like that. And theres that “price drops”.

    How bout it my good friends everywhere…. “price drops”.

    Hope you didn’t pay too much…… but we all know you did. 😉

    1. MB: i suspect the FB is really a chain-smoking british ex-pat disgraced realtor exiled to bolivia on a sampan on lake titicaca posting maniacally while yelling at the houseboy to keep his beefeaters topped up

  8. Got myopia? The real estate insanity has reached pandemic proportions, Ken. It’s international in scope, driven by Quantitative Easing measures that were simultaneously adopted by central bankers in many different countries to stimulate us out of the government-induced covid economic shutdown depression, and not limited to your nearest Florida alligator swamp.

    “‘The across-the-board increase in the premiums paid for housing throughout the state is very worrisome,’ Ken H. Johnson, real estate economist…”

    1. Technically speaking, if you have to borrow the money, isn’t that called a loan, not a down payment?

      1. Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance

        DCCA/Cal Home Program Overview

        Low-income, first-time homebuyers may qualify for a low-interest, deferred payment loan of up to 17% of the purchase price for down payment assistance and 4%, up to $10,000 in closing costs assistance.

        For more detailed financial information about the program, please see DCCA/Cal Home Program Overview.


        The loan funds must be used to pay a down payment and closing costs on the purchase.

        The home you buy must be your primary residence.

        The purchase price may not exceed $485,000 for attached homes or $622,250 for detached homes, subject to periodic adjustments.

  9. This guy talks as though he is peering into a crater and wondering how deep it goes.

    “Recent data shows the sector is returning from the stratosphere and coming back to pre-COVID levels, as evidenced by a slew of data released this week. ‘The housing market isn’t caving just yet,’ said Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Spartan Capital Securities in New York.”

  10. But…but…if Biden got 80 million votes, how is it that his insipid, cloying speeches draw such pathetic audiences, while Trump rallies draw huge, enthusiastic crowds?

    CNN’s half-empty town hall with Joe Biden brings in just 1.4million viewers – more than a million fewer than Fox News’ regular programming

    CNN’s exclusive town hall with President Joe Biden on Wednesday night was a ratings flop, and fell 83 percent behind Fox News’s regular programming, and also trailed behind MSNBC.

    The President was speaking at a half-empty town hall in Cincinnati, with photos from journalists behind the cameras showing row upon row of unfilled seats.

    1. The 2020 election was stolen, and Joe Biden is not the legitimately elected president of the United States.

  11. “‘It is more important than ever for sellers to price correctly. If it’s not priced correctly, it will sit, you will have to drop the price and people will think something is wrong with it.’”

    Priced correctly. When Macy’s prices their items correctly, meaning they lower their prices, people rush into their stores in a frenzy to buy. These people do not think that a lowered price for an item affects the value of that item.

    But real estate is different; Lowering the price on a piece of real estate DOES affect its value AND it affects the values of the comps, hence the amount of equity wealth for the comps is created or destroyed by the actions of strangers who may or may not be of sound mind.

    This may seem a bit stupid, but there it is.

    1. It is more important than ever for sellers to price correctly.

      There were 2 piece of crap houses I was watching that were grotesquely overpriced. These are essentially $100,000 houses asking $475,000 on the same street. The price was laughable. They never sold, and both were removed from the mls.

  12. To honor Jacques Cousteau, whose birthday was last month, I am offering to my borrowing clients what I enjoy calling my Underwater Special, a loan that will place the borrower underwater the moment the ink becomes dry.

    No longer will the borrower need to concern himself with missing out on this financial opportunity. The loan will be structured in such a way to not only put him underwater, it is guaranteed to keep him there.

      1. “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. Mr. Banker style!”

        Mr. Banker assumes the identity of the Gigantic Vampire Squid as he confronts Captain Nemo concerning back mortgage payments on the Nautilus …

        Watch “20,000 Leagues Under The Sea (1954) Giant Squid Fight HD (1/2)” on YouTube

  13. ‘America’s Frontline Doctors, a nonprofit, filed a motion on July 19 seeking immediate injunctive relief to stop the emergency use authorization (EUA) of COVID-19 vaccines for three groups of Americans: anyone under the age of 18, anyone who has recovered from COVID-19, and those who haven’t given informed consent as defined by federal law.’

    ‘The motion was filed against Xavier Becerra, Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and other defendants in a federal district court in the Northern District of Alabama.’

    “The emergency declaration and its multiple renewals are illegal,” the complaint (pdf) alleges.’

    ‘First, there’s no underlying emergency and no “serious or life-threatening disease or condition,” the complaint states. According to the defendants’ data, the CCP virus has an overall survivability rate of 99.8 percent globally, “on a par with the seasonal flu.”

    ‘However, the defendants’ data is deliberately inflated, the complaint alleges. It claims that HHS has changed the rules applicable to people responsible for writing death certificates and requires them to make cause of death determinations primarily attributable to COVID-19. From last March, death certificates indicated “COVID-19 [as] being the underlying cause more often than not.”

    ‘The way in which COVID-19 is diagnosed, using magnified values from PCR tests that were also authorized for emergency use, guarantees “an unacceptably high number of false-positive results,” the complaint states.’

    ‘Second, COVID-19 vaccines aren’t effective in diagnosing, treating, or preventing a disease or condition, which fails another requirement for issuing and maintaining EUAs.’

    ‘The complaint cites data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that says a total of 10,262 CCP virus breakthrough infections (detection of SARS-COV-2 within 14 or more days after receiving required dosages of a COVID-19 vaccine) were reported between Jan. 1 and April 30.’

    “It is important to note that the vaccines were only shown to reduce symptoms—not block transmission,” the complaint reads.’

    ‘Third, the benefits don’t outweigh the known and potential risks of each vaccine. Those risks are especially increased in reproductive health, potential death, neurological damage, more virulent strains, and others.’

    ‘And lastly, there are adequate, approved, and available alternatives to the vaccines, such as Ivermectin, Budesonide, Hydroxychloroquine, and others.’

    ‘The plaintiffs also allege that health care professionals and vaccine candidates aren’t being adequately informed about the vaccines, as the federal law requires.’

    “No one ever provided me with any information regarding possible adverse reactions, nor did they provide me with any information regarding alternative treatments. I did not understand this was gene therapy rather than a traditional vaccine. Again, I also did not understand that the vaccines were not ‘approved’ by the FDA,” plaintiff Angelia Deselle said in a declaration included in the lawsuit.’

    “CDC data indicates that children under 18 have a 99.998 percent COVID-19 recovery rate with no treatment,” the complaint reads. “Injecting this under-18 subpopulation with the Vaccines threatens them with immediate, potentially life-threatening harm.”

    ‘Last month, the CDC said that more than 1,200 cases of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults were reported following the administration of Pfizer’s or Moderna’s two-dose vaccines.’

    “There is no public interest in subjecting children to experimental vaccination programs, to protect them from a disease that does not threaten them,” Dr. Angelina Farella, a pediatrician who has actively practiced for over 25 years, said in a statement. Farella is an expert for America’s Frontline Doctors.’

    ‘Jane Doe, a computer programmer with expertise in the health care data analytics field, filed a sworn statement indicating that the actual number of deaths following the COVID-19 vaccination is about 45,000.’

    “It is my professional estimate that VAERS database, while extremely useful, is under-reported by a conservative factor of at least 5. On July 9, 2021, there were 9,048 deaths reported in VAERS,” Jane Doe said in her statement (pdf).’

    1. This just in. Israel releases info that the phony baloney PCR tests claim that the Injections are only 40% effective against the bogus delta Variant AKA the summer sniffles.

      1. Fake news. The Pfizer vaccine is only 39% effective against the Delta variant, per Israeli data. Meanwhile, the CDC’s website still carries the lying claim the Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective against COVID-19, despite the Israelis revising that figure down to 64 percent. These efficacy numbers seem to be falling even faster than Biden’s approval numbers.

        1. Meanwhile Lyin’ Biden claims you can’t catch COVID after genetic juice injections.

    2. ‘America’s Frontline Doctors, a nonprofit, filed a motion on July 19 seeking immediate injunctive relief“

      Once these things are FDA approved in the fall they are going to proceed with mandates that will be almost impossible to avoid. The FDA will approve them no matter what contrary data exists. It will end up in the Supreme Court where it will be in the hands of judges picked from Mitch “The Sad Turtle” McConnell’s stable of fake conservatives. Without unfettered access to our biology the next stage of the plan can’t be implemented. For the central planners this is a must win situation and they are going to pull out all the stops.

      1. Some of the other Florida sinkholes depicted have sides that are smooth straight down like the hole in Aliens v Predators movie.

    1. “The problematic phrases are part of Fannie Mae’s list of unacceptable appraisal practices from its Selling Guide, which includes developing valuation reports based “either partially or completely on the sex, race, color, religion, handicap, national origin, familial status, or other protected classes” of the people who own the house or live in the neighborhood. Even saying something as seemingly benign as “desirable neighborhood” is problematic, in part because “desirable” has been coded as “white” throughout much of housing market history.”

      Unreal. It’s going to be a L-O-N-G four years!

  14. When you walk into the car dealership do you really think you’re gonna get an honest opinion about a good time to buy a car?

  15. Pretty good comment section. Reminds me of ZeroHedge back in ’09 before they starting sucking off Google.

  16. While SCOTUS has been compromised and captured by the globalists, and will rubber-stamp even the most unconstitutional and egregious government overreach, it looks like the Democrats haven’t yet purged all the honest jurists from the federal courts. From the Epoch Times:

    Federal Court Rules CDC’s COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Is Unlawful

    A federal court on Friday ruled that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) overstepped its authority by halting evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The Cincinnati-based U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously agreed (pdf) with a lower court ruling that said the CDC engaged in federal overreach with the eviction moratorium, which the agency has consistently extended for months. Several weeks ago, the CDC announced it would allow the policy, which was passed into law by Congress, to expire at the end of July.

    1. Yeah right. Peking-Bob just announced that the mighty Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning successfully found the Pacific Ocean just breaking a record for endurance of a Chinese Warship. But it had to be towed back to port when it ran out of coal.

      The Chinese military will work about as well as a knock off Chinese Rolex watch if they actually tried to fight a war. The Taiwanese would blow the Chinese Air Force out of the sky and the US Navy would sink all of their ships before they made it 20 miles into the Taiwan Strait. End of WW III and the CCP.

  17. Light vehicle sales are down to 2013 levels:

    This is a debt-based, big ticket, exciting item like housing, and it followed the dip and surge of houses. Despite the fact that housing has a myriad price supports, one has to wonder if housing might follow a similar pattern. Remains to be seen.

    1. Collapsing demand on soaring unemployment……. But we’re “running out of new autos!”… and “there’s a chip shortgage!”. 🤣🤣🤣

      The only chip shortage is the is the one in my Doritos bag.

  18. Shock Video: Elderly Disabled Woman Robbed, Beaten With Pot by Group of Thugs

    By Dan Lyman Friday, July 23, 2021

    The victim is grabbed by the face and thrown into metal scaffolding by one suspect as another proceeds to bash her with a metal pot.

    A third suspect begins to kick and stomp the woman as she is being beaten on the ground.

    The male suspect enters the fray, kicking and stomping the victim as she is dragged around the sidewalk.

    A fifth person can be seen standing nearby, calmly observing the depraved attack.

    The suspects stole the woman’s walker, credit cards, and $22 in cash, authorities told local media.

    She was taken to Harlem Hospital and treated for her injuries.

    🚨WANTED for ROBBERY: On 7/20, at 8:18 PM, a 61-year-old female was on the corner of W 151 St & 8 Ave in Manhattan when the suspects started kicking, punching, & hit her head with a pot before removing her cash, credit cards, & walker. Any info? Call/DM
    at 800-577-TIPS.

  19. If anything , the Covid vaccine program has exposed the holes in the decades of flu vaccine programs.
    Firstly , one flu shot should of protected a person for years from getting the flu again.
    So , they produce a flu shot yearly 12 months to late to be applicable to the mutation of that flu. And this is in spite of Drs and Scientist saying you do have long term protection against mutations..
    So, with the current Covid Shot, your not protected against the mutant Delta, and you need a booster.
    This is in spite of Drs and Scientist saying you are protected against mutations if you got Covid naturally or by the vaccine.
    What is this nonsense that you immune system forgets in such a short time the culprit.
    Why is it that the Spanish flu was gone and apparently hasn’t come back. It took 40 years for the plague to come back and that one was a bacterial infection, not a virus.
    What happened to the 1957 flu?
    And, if this was a bio weapon release of a novel flu, it wasn’t fatal to 99.8% of the population, which suggests that a high percent already had immunity or it was easy to defeat in people under 70.
    Why is it that the meds treatment they developed was so effective and why wasn’t this developed before in terms of the yearly respiratory deaths from this high risk group? In other worlds we have had 50 to 70 thousand people , mostly older, dying from respiratory failure for decades, so only upon the Covid crisis does a protocol of med treatment develops.
    In other words, was the ineffectual vaccine program preventing the development or funding of med treatment for respiratory ailments?
    And during this crisis in the last 11/2 years its outstanding that some cheap drugs that have been around for half a century are proving to be very effective in treatment on Covid and respiratory diseases in general.
    I submit that the corruption by Big Pharmacy, and what they funded, and their preference for Vaccines , has held back medical Science from cheap med cures, or standard of care use of them.
    So this so called Standard of care that Big Pharmacy has pushed on the Doctors for decades now is questionable. Over a hundred thousand deaths a year in US by taking meds as percribed. Some bizarre accepting of unacceptable side effects from drugs .
    And now we are lockdowned with useless masks and told if we don’t take a new technology vaccine never tested for safety , we are a threat to Society, on a illness that 97.8% survive, and they have cheap meds that have a outstanding 85% cure rate.
    Dr. Fleming was getting a over 90% cure rate with his med protocols , which has been published.
    Doesn’t matter what the facts are , the truth is being censored.

        1. Blueskye,
          I don’t know that one can ever get the exact figure in that so many deaths that were labeled Covid was something other than Covid.
          I am leaning toward the theory that the whole Panademic was faked from day one and it was pre planned as the evidence is mounting up in that direction.
          And the fact that people where being denied any treatment at all in favor of respirators that killed them might of contributed to the death count don’t you think? That is one of the most disturbing things that was taking place for months, as has been exposed by Dr McCollugh, and many other Drs.
          For a long time they weren’t treating other conditions either.
          For instance, during the crisis I got a bad toothache. For the life of me I couldn’t find a dental office that was open. I kept putting it off far to long that the tooth infection was getting ridicules. I finally found a Dentist who told me he might have to put me in the hospital because the tooth infection was extreme. Fortunately I responded to the antibiotics the Dentist gave me and I had him pull the dam tooth a week later.
          I didn’t say anything about this while I was posting daily. But think about all the people that had conditions that did result in death or advancement of disease while the Covid was shutting down all kinds of normal medical services.

          1. Maybe it was a plan waiting for a bug.

            Maybe the Chinese laughed their arses off when they faked some people falling down in the street videos and triggered a global panic. Remember the doors being welded shut stories?

          2. waiting for a bug

            The virus is a genetically engineered bioweapon. We have an email to Fauci that gives the production method. There are also emails regarding ZeroHedge’s coverage of the Indian publication, as well as the publication itself, that concluded it was man-made with HIV inserts.

          3. genetically engineered bioweapon

            I don’t doubt that the virus is real and mutating. A virus is going to do what viruses do. It matters not if the virus’ genome sequence is patentable either. A patent confers a right to exclude not practice. Exclusion can take years via the courts. Moderna and Pfizer have done quite with their bureaucratic ties shutting out their competitors, J&J and AstraZeneca.

            On the bright side, SARS-CoV-2 is 80% similar to SARS-CoV. SARS-CoV-2 is nowhere near as novel as we are led to believe. We also have amazing immune systems to handle these things. It is illogical to push vaccines because our immune systems are insufficient.

          4. The virus is a genetically engineered bioweapon.

            It increasingly looks to be the case, but I am cautious to accept that all is known.

  20. But in spite of the deliberate creation of this bio weapon, and probable deliberate unleashing of it, it still was a virus that wasn’t threatening most the population .
    They declared this thing a Panademic by using fake PCR tests, not treating people in respiratory distress, labeling all deaths Covid, etc.
    I’m thinking that there must be a problem with creating a world wide air borne Panademic. Maybe it dissipates, maybe to many people already have immunity to a lot of pathogens.
    And some Of these outbreaks are caused by mosquitos, flies, rats , maybe local bird droppings etc. Or maybe the transmission between people isn’t as easy as they would like you to believe. IIm just saying that based on testing I have heard about in the last 12 months. Maybe a somewhat healthy population, with high vitamin D levels just throws these pathogens off easy.
    For over 100 years the US hasn’t had anything like the Spanish flu that was spread world wide by the troops fighting World War One. But still I have read that there is evidence that the Spanish flu was pneumonia.
    What in the hell were they creating a bio weapon for? I think they just wanted to get emergency use authorization for a vaccine technology they could never get FDA approval on before, so they could also bring on the Medical Tyranny and constant vaccinations, and passports and control of people.
    All without firing a shot.

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