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There’s Still No Need To Panic

A report from the Center Square on Colorado. “Denver’s housing market increased its inventory by nearly 30% last month, but experts say it won’t be enough to shift the market in favor of homebuyers. The average sale price of $625,000 represents a month-over-month decline of 2.4%, according to the report. The median price of homes stood at $540,000 in July, a 0.92% decrease from June. ‘Buyers are facing harder decisions by the day,’ said Jenny Usaj, a DMAR market trends committee member. ‘If you do not go higher, can you sleep at night? If you pay over the list price, can you sleep at night? Historical financial data is the basis of many real estate decisions, but so are feelings in this market and feelings cannot be calculated.'”

From News 3 Las Vegas in Nevada. “The housing market is still very hot, but it is changing a bit. More inventory is coming to market. The latest numbers show the number of units without offers jumped almost 23% from June to July, sitting at 3,007, the 5th straight month inventory has climbed. Competition is tough, as realtor Bobbie Starr Dust saw at a local open house in Spring Valley.”

“‘There were 42 cars – my clients, and I counted 42 cars. They were all the 42 people times three because it was their wife and kids, were in front of the house waiting to get in. And every plate was from California,’ she said. Starr Dust says added inventory means some prime properties now take more than just a few days to sell, something remarkable in this overheated market.”

From Seattle PI in Washington. “After a chaotic summer that saw extremely low housing inventory, bidding wars and record-breaking jumps in median sale prices, Seattle’s tight real estate market could be showing signs of cooling off for the fall season. ‘Despite the extreme shortage of inventory and robust sales activity, there seems to be a bit of a leveling off from the market frenzy,’ said Gary O’Leyar, broker owner at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Signature Properties. ‘My advice to buyers would be to take advantage of this time before Labor Day and the fall market. [For sellers,] don’t get overly hyped with anecdotal information about the real estate market. Overpricing a listing in this market is still a big mistake.'”

The New Haven Independent in Connecticut. “Carol Horsford runs a top commercial real-estate broker as well as a top rental management company. She discussed the explosion in sale prices for homes throughout Greater New Haven during the Covid-19 pandemic. That’s peaking somewhat for middle-class housing, she said. She gave the example of a single-family home listed with her agency in Hamden for $279,000. On May 26, during the peak, it immediately attracted seven offers, with bidders offering to pay over $300,000. An offer was accepted. But six weeks later, the buyer backed out. When it went back on the market, fewer people were showing up at open houses. Some offers came in, but not as many, and not for above the asking price.”

The Standard Examiner in Utah. “Basic macroeconomic theory (which is oxymoronic) tells us that when aggregate demand, which is the total amount of goods and services consumers are willing to purchase in an economy during a certain period, changes in a way the alters its relationship to aggregate supply, a ‘shift’ occurs. Boring, but relevant; because that is exactly what is occurring today in the real estate market. This simply means you must do the dishes now before showing your home.”

“Rest assured, however, that we are not on the brink of a crash. That we are headed for a crash is an armchair opinion not remotely based on fact. Frankly, the cost of housing was rising too high too fast. Demand has been far higher than supply. This hasn’t changed; however, we may have failed to predict the impact that the less-concrete sciences (psychological and social) have on the market. Too many lost bids to cash buyers, or buyers willing to waive contingencies, or bring in inconceivable amounts of cash to pay over appraised value at closing have taken a toll. Perhaps the famous lyrics from Twisted Sister are finally playing loud in the mind of the consumer; ‘We’re not gonna take it. Oh no, we ain’t gonna take it. We’re not gonna take it anymore.'”

“The first-time home inventory has always been a hot commodity in the Utah market and will continue to be. It is mid- to upper-range homes and luxury homes that are taking a little longer to sell. But there’s still no need to panic — this is actually normal. Experienced agents are familiar with this.”

“It is also important to consistently review a listed property’s position among the competition in the same price range and area. Adjustments may need to be made according to these shifts we are seeing in the market. Take a breath. Again, this is normal. There has been no sudden change or false conditions implemented to have created any sort of a bubble. Not one of the five basic economic factors referred to has shifted alarmingly. As sellers, we have just been spoiled. Let’s go back to vacuuming the floor, putting the dishes away and leaving the pets out of the pictures and we will be just fine.”

The Bay Area Newsgroup in California. “More buyers have emerged for a bankrupt developer’s Bay Area projects, raising hopes that the potential property sales could help investors and creditors recoup some portion of the money they are owed. The prospective property purchases are occurring through a federal court proceeding linked to a securities fraud case that’s been brought against bankrupt developer Sanjeev Acharya and his company, Silicon Sage Builders. A court-appointed receiver is attempting to sell all of Silicon Sage’s properties in a quest to recoup some money for creditors and investors who entrusted their funds to Acharya.”

The Niagara Falls Reporter. “New York is notorious for having the highest cost of living in the US, and first-time renters are often forced to move back home because they can’t keep up with living expenses. So, now’s the time to get back on that horse and latch onto those stirrups if you’re looking to rent a place. 2020 has seen a dramatic price drop in rentals, and although the market seems to be making a comeback, reports claim it would take at least a year before pricing increases to what it used to be.”

“The average rent in Manhattan for May was $3,037, up 8.8% from April. Despite the steep increase, though, the rent was still 11.1% lower than in 2019. The New York price readjustment stems from a nationwide trend where tenants seek more space with less rent, and landlords have had to take a knock on rent costs. One of the leading reasons rental prices won’t rapidly increase is due to the stark amount of places available at the moment. Unless things go back to normal, economy-wise, there’s no way landlords would think of increasing their rental prices right now.”

“It’s going to take more than the summer for a considerable number of people to move back to the city and afford rent costs at what they used to be. The city has reached a 10% vacancy on its rent capacity, and it’s clear that landlords have been warehousing their empty apartments.”

From KPTV in Oregon. “There is mounting frustration about the state’s program to distribute relief funds for tenants behind on rent and their landlords. Moe Farhoud, who owns 61 apartment buildings in southeast Portland said half of his 1400 tenants are behind on their payments, owing $1.5 million in unpaid rent. ‘To be honest, we’re behind lots of bills because we don’t have the revenue come,’ said Farhoud. ‘If if this is going to continue, some people are going to collapse. We are one of them. We’re trying very hard to survive.'”

From Fox News. “A North Carolina landlord says he is out $24,000 in unpaid rent from tenants, while one renter bought three boats over the course of the eviction moratorium. Buddy Shoup, who owns 35 properties across the state, said that he has been forced to maintain the properties and hemorrhage costs while the federal government slowly dribbles out rental assistance, of which only 7% has been doled out to renters in need.”

“‘[The money] was used, they went and bought brand new boats, but I mean, you know in a time of crisis like what we’ve been through, you’re evidently getting money from somewhere, but it’s not getting to me,’ said Shoup.”

From Empower Wisconsin. “‘It’s been tough on landlords,’ said Chris Mokler, director of legislative affairs for the Wisconsin Apartment Association. Mokler said he knows of landlords who are facing foreclosure after going more than a year with sporadic or no rent at all. He said the federally funded rental assistance program has been effective for many, but there remain a number of tenants who have, for one reason or another, opted not to apply for the aid. ‘Landlords are not getting all their rents,’ he said. ‘Some are surviving just fine, some are not.'”

From Huddle Today in Canada. “You’ve probably heard a lot about Halifax’s housing market: out-of-control prices, wild bidding wars, Ontarians swooping in and scooping up properties, sight unseen. Some of it is true. Some of it is changing. Carrie Knowlton-Trider is a Halifax-based Realtor with RE/MAX nova who’s been in the business for nearly a decade. She says the mountains of gossip and misinformation about Halifax real estate is distorting the perceptions and expectations of both buyers and sellers entering the market.”

“Knowlton-Trider says the market changed significantly in the last month alone, and a lot of what people are hearing out there is constantly changing on a property by property basis. ‘People tell me stories about houses selling for $100,000 over asking price. And yes, that was happening often. But now it’s rarer. I’m seeing some sellers needing to drop their list price upwards of $50,000 because they overpriced their listing’ she says.”

“Some of her clients whom she told to wait on buying a home are now looking at places that are $50,000 to $60,000 cheaper than they would have been a few months ago because of the bidding wars. You don’t want to put your house on the market at an inflated rate and when you don’t get offers be forced to drop your price. ‘Now it’s 10 days later and everyone wants to know what’s wrong with the house and why you’re lowering the price,’ she says.”

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  1. ‘the number of units without offers jumped almost 23% from June to July, sitting at 3,007, the 5th straight month inventory has climbed…’There were 42 cars – my clients, and I counted 42 cars. They were all the 42 people times three because it was their wife and kids, were in front of the house waiting to get in. And every plate was from California’

    Bobbie Starr Dust is a lion. How could 42 cars even fit on a street?

    1. The realtor organization lie department is working frantically round the clock.

      Desperation.

      Granite Bay, CA Housing Prices Crater 27% As Fraud Hobbled Housing Market Gasps Its Last Breath

      https://www.movoto.com/granite-bay-ca/market-trends/

      As a noted economist disclosed, “The housing business is a hotbed of fraud. Housing is riddled with it from coast to coast.”

    2. 42 cars? HA! CA barrios/hoods easily fit 10 times that number in every residential street.
      add in a few rainbow umbrella pushcarts for flavor.

      42 cars . . . don’t make me laugh, ese’.

  2. ‘[For sellers,] don’t get overly hyped with anecdotal information about the real estate market. Overpricing a listing in this market is still a big mistake’

    Here comes the scolding of greedy sellers. That mini cooper payment isn’t going to make itself.

  3. ‘Rest assured, however, that we are not on the brink of a crash. That we are headed for a crash is an armchair opinion not remotely based on fact. Frankly, the cost of housing was rising too high too fast. Demand has been far higher than supply. This hasn’t changed; however, we may have failed to predict the impact that the less-concrete sciences (psychological and social) have on the market’

    Note that no one in the REIC is saying, “well crap, there wasn’t a shortage after all.” All across the world this less-concrete “shift” is hanging over yer greedy heads like a scene in roadrunner. Get to moppin’ UHS!

    1. Whistling whilst strolling past the graveyard never stopped any previous crash in history from happening.

      But maybe this time is different?

  4. ‘[The money] was used, they went and bought brand new boats’

    That’s the spirit! I got me a big a$$ boat, three of em!

    ‘you know in a time of crisis like what we’ve been through, you’re evidently getting money from somewhere, but it’s not getting to me’

    Buddy, think of the sweet equity! You can always sell.

    ‘the federal government slowly dribbles out rental assistance, of which only 7% has been doled out to renters in need’

    I see different numbers on this. 3% in Florida, similar in California. So why are they sitting on billions they already got in these commie states? And why do other states/counties pay no heed to the CDC?

    1. I suspect most of the “renter assistance” money has already disappeared into Democrat patronage and graft rackets.

    2. “…they went and bought brand new boats.”

      Back in the 2007-08 crash, my wife’s cousin’s husband lost his job, but he was given a generous severance check. Rather than save the money for his family’s safety net he used it for a down payment on a new water ski boat.

        1. Oh, it took some time, but yeah, he got another job with a longer commute. They eventually lost their house, but they squatted for almost three years, IIRC. All their neighbors were just like them too; scammers with bleached teeth, fake boobs, suntans and Ray-Bans. California dreaming!

  5. ‘One of the leading reasons rental prices won’t rapidly increase is due to the stark amount of places available at the moment. Unless things go back to normal, economy-wise, there’s no way landlords would think of increasing their rental prices right now’

    yet the media is full of “rents are red hotcakes, to the moon Alice!” about even NYC. And it a load of horsesh$t.

    ‘The city has reached a 10% vacancy on its rent capacity, and it’s clear that landlords have been warehousing their empty apartment’

    Yeah, 10% vacant if you don’t count 15,000 empty apartments in Manhattan alone.

    1. ‘I don’t have this subscription:’

      Ben, a hack I found with a goog search worked on the link. Click on the link and as it is loading, click on the X at the end of the address bar/space. Effectively stop loading the page mid page to halt the paywall to load next. It worked on the above. Doesn’t work on all links, but I think I have used it on NYT articles consistently.

      1. +1

        I support any and all hacks, tips, and tricks to bypass subscriber and/or ad block article paywalls.

        And if any Real Journalists have a problem with that, maybe they should #LearnToCode.

      2. I tried it but didn’t get to the X fast enough (very pleased with my new to me old 27″ iMac that I bought for $575, much faster than my old one. Certainly not the latest and greatest but fine for my purposes.)

        Blocked, but I reloaded the page and it was fine.

        Also happy that the guy I bought it from wasn’t a lunatic and didn’t kill me even though I had to pick it up at his house.

  6. “Denver’s housing market increased its inventory by nearly 30% last month, but experts say it won’t be enough to shift the market in favor of homebuyers.”

    Just how many such 30% increases would it take to shift the market? If it kept up for 12 months, there would be 23 times the original number of homes for sale.

  7. “The city has reached a 10% vacancy on its rent capacity, and it’s clear that landlords have been warehousing their empty apartments.”

    How does warehousing help the landlord pay off his mortgage?

    1. It doesn’t. One REIC guy said they can’t lower rents without breaking covenants with lenders. Which means they are fooked.

      1. You may ask, so why would the lenders box in their borrowers with a deal like that? It’s a trip wire to force the FBs to refinance elsewhere. The game of hot potato has already started.

        1. “One REIC guy said they can’t lower rents without breaking covenants with lenders. Which means they are fooked.”

          Bahahahahaha … in this case “fooked” means they are the lender’s slaves.

          “It’s a trip wire to force the FBs to refinance elsewhere. The game of hot potato has already started.”

          Refinancing fees galore!

          I like it, I love it, I want more of it.

    1. Right! Why not produce water thirsty almonds, and rice for good measure, in California’s drought-stricken Central Valley?

      Makes perfect sense…in California.

      1. timely comment about rice fields. took a drive over the causeway to Davis (small town/big UC college) last weekend just to get out & enjoy the cool evening breeze.
        the green rice fields were quite a stunning contrast to the rest of brown fields in the area. very scenic.
        I wondered if that might be the last crop for awhile since rice uses so much water.

    2. “Yet almonds use a ridiculous amount of water to produce, so everyone has to suffer”

      Farmers used grow and sell Almonds for a profit despite the high priced water, but instead California’s developers packed the Central Valley full of dependency voters squatting in bubble shacks that will never be paid for, ever.

      1. What’s sad is using up all the water, with the associated ill effects, to grow almond trees where they don’t belong.

        1. Fruit and nut trees are finicky things. They like hot sunny weather in the 80s, but not in the 100s, and they can’t survive an icy winter. They appreciate regular watering from irrigation systems, but their roots also need aeration, so loamy friable soil is necessary. They also need bees to pollinate them, and Mexican labor to harvest their yield. Sum all of these variables, and California is the optimal solution.

    3. Boomer vs millennial household argument. Does it make sense in the drought-stricken West (or anywhere) to use a ridiculous amount of water to thoroughly clean out a Hellman’s mayonnaise jar so you can follow the recycling guidelines (throw it in the garbage)?

        1. Eh, okay, ty for asking. No more news about MGM/vax. There’s a gray area – she doesn’t work with the public. I keep trying to talk her into going back to school (vax prob there too). Her staying in this job would just be a shame, though it was lucky she got it. She and the interviewer were simpatico (he was Asperger’s-ish, too 🙂.)

          I’ve talked to her about becoming a medical tech of some kind, no interest. I thought that might suit her – quiet, dim lighting, helping people – no go. A kid with a very high IQ and she’s scanning documents all day.

          One thing we all agree on; we’re starting to really dislike living here in LV.

      1. follow the recycling guidelines

        The trash company here (well, not here, back at the house) quietly puts the recycle in with the other trash.

        1. I think that other than aluminum, that is the fate of everything right thinking folks dutifully sort and toss into the recycling bin.

          For some reason, my trash collector does NOT want glass in the recycling bin. It freaks out my out of town guest to see me toss the beer bottles into the trash can.

  8. This is never going to end until the last of the sheeple give up any semblance of personal liberties and mindlessly comply with even the most draconian and arbitrary government overreach. Forward!

    More than 60 cases of new ‘Delta Plus’ variant of COVID are detected in San Francisco which experts fear is MORE transmissible than current strain

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9870597/More-60-cases-new-Delta-Plus-variant-COVID-detected-San-Francisco.html

      1. Oxide posted “There’s a paper in Cell which says that Pfizer is as good at neutralizing Delta as natural antibodies. ”

        From the paper:

        “We compared pseudoviral neutralization data with live virus data, which is not ideal because some pseudoviral constructs did not recapitulate neutralization live-virus assays for mAbs,”

        “The in vitro neutralization assays described here are performed in the absence of complement or Fc receptor-bearing cells, which can mediate antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity, meaning they may underestimate the protection of immune serum. Assays do not measure the T cell response, which may contribute to protection from severe disease and appear to be less disrupted by the changes in the variants of concern (Skelly et al., 2021).”

        First funding source listed:

        “This work was supported by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) Innovation Fund for Medical Science (CIFMS), China ( 2018-I2M-2-002 to D.I.S. and G.R.S.).”

        You cannot infer from the data in this paper clinical significance.

        1. This work was supported by the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) .

          CAMS is a funding source for the University of Oxford.
          The main corresponding author is in Oxford.

          So I guess the Chinese have taken over Oxford too … oh wait: here are the other funding sources (or companies who provided material or staff) for this paper.

          the Wellcome Trust
          Cancer Research UK
          UKRI MRC
          Fast Grant from Fast Grants ,
          Mercatus Center
          Schmidt Futures
          UK Instruct-ERIC Centre . Wellcome Centre for Human
          FAPEAM
          REGESAM
          Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Cientıfico e Tecnologico
          Inova Fiocruz/ Fundaçao Oswaldo Cruz
          NIHR Global Research Professorship
          Doherty Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
          Diamond Light Source for time on Beamline I03
          Department of Structural Biology, Oxford University, Wellcome Trust Core Award Grant
          NIHR Oxford BRC .
          UK Research and Innovation
          Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations ,
          National Institute for Health Research (NIHR),
          NIHR Oxford Biomedical Research Centre ,
          Thames Valley and South Midland’s NIHR Clinical Research Network
          Red Avenue Foundation
          National Infection Service at PHE Porton Down
          The Secretariat of National Surveillance, Ministry of Health Brazil for assistance with obtaining P.1 samples.
          UK Department of Health and Social Care as part of the PITCH
          UK Coronavirus Immunology Consortium (UK-CIC),
          Huo Family Foundation
          NIHR
          NIH
          The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

          So, what do y’all think? Chinese takeover, or simply an international effort to get real data? And if you think it’s a Chinese takeover, then explain why the Chinese are funding research on the Pfizer and AZ vaccines and not on their own Sinovac shot. 🤔

          As for limitations:

          they may underestimate the protection of immune serum… Assays do not measure the T cell response,

          This paper COMPARED the effectiveness of convalescent antibodies to that of vaccine antibodies. If this assay underestimated immunity, would it underestimate the immunity of both types equally? If so, the comparison still holds. But, do you know if the two are underestimated equally? No? Well then.

          This is the most clinically significant data that we have. So, who do we trust? A peer-reviewed paper representing hundreds of hours of work by dozens of people and a dozen funding sources from several countries, which charts and numbers? Or some doctor “consultant” who has no recent relevant papers, no data, no staff, no labwork, no funding tossing theories on Rumble?

          1. other funding sources

            A few of those are suspect as well.

            some doctor “consultant”

            To the Department of Defense

          2. “This is the most clinically significant data that we have.”

            “This paper COMPARED the effectiveness of convalescent antibodies to that of vaccine antibodies.”

            These are assays measuring Foci in cell cultures. There is no clinical data in this paper. Zero. Nada. The neutralizing activities of antibodies in cell culture plates is not a clinically significant data point with respect to the efficacy of a vaccine. Even using capitol letters in a sentence can’t change that.

          3. “A peer-reviewed paper representing hundreds of hours of work by dozens of people and a dozen funding sources from several countries, which charts and numbers?”

            All of this is completely irrelevant. What matters is the accuracy and reproducibility of the data and soundness of its interpretation There are plenty of retracted papers that fit the above criteria.

          4. I understand. Well, I’m going to believe the paper until it’s retracted. Usually if a paper is bogus, we hear noises for the retraction pretty fast — for example that Surgisphere paper in the Lancet which was gave off bogus vibes from the get-go.

            Clinical — real world — data is months away. That’s why they have to simulate things in the lab. For example, this paper suggests that Delta is able to escape AZ more than it escapes Pfizer. Countries might be able to make decisions based on this suggestive data, rather than wait for a clinical data showing a bunch of break-out cases in AZ patients.

          5. suspect

            Emphasis added.

            “The inevitable evolution of SARS-CoV-2 following its zoonotic transfer to humans in Wuhan in late 2019 prompted establishment of sequencing efforts such as COG-UK”

          6. I’ll serve myself a small dish of crow here. DoD and BARDA appear to be investing in drug repurposing but have intentionally chosen not to file patent applications. By excluding a profit motive, it leads me to think they’re seriously concerned about bioweapons.

          7. Yes Red, that phrase is pretty sus, isn’t it? I think we can all see how forced that sentence is and how irrelevant to the rest of the paper. I “suspect” that it’s there more because of the politics of the peer reviewers and journal editors than because of the opinion of the authors.

            I won’t throw out the data and effort expended to collect it just because of a last-minute add-on.

    1. It appears that back in 1962 we gave Presidential Awards to people who actually contributed something useful to America.

      August 7th, 1962:
      Canadian-born American pharmacologist Frances Oldham Kelsey awarded the U.S. President’s Award for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service for her refusal to authorize thalidomide.

      https://mybirthday.ninja/birthday-events/August-7/page-2/

      “Kelsey’s insistence that the drug should be fully tested prior to approval was vindicated when the births of deformed infants in Europe were linked to thalidomide ingestion by their mothers during pregnancy. Researchers discovered that the thalidomide crossed the placental barrier and caused serious birth defects. She was hailed on the front page of The Washington Post as a heroine for averting a similar tragedy in the U.S.”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frances_Oldham_Kelsey

      1. Today she would be labeled a misinformation super spreader, fired, blacklisted from future employment, and watch listed.

  9. This offends me. Police should be handcuffing all realtors on general principle, not just the Black ones.

    Black Realtor And Client Handcuffed During Home Showing After Reported Break-In

    https://www.bet.com/news/national/2021/08/05/black-realtor-client-handcuffed-during-home-showing-break-in.html

    Michigan realtor and his client were reportedly handcuffed during a showing on Sunday after police officers responded to the house on a report of a break-in.

    Local station WOOD reports the officers let the pair go as soon as they realized the mix-up, however realtor Eric Brown and his client Roy Thorne say they were racially profiled.

  10. ‘Buyers are facing harder decisions by the day,’ said Jenny Usaj, a DMAR market trends committee member. ‘If you do not go higher, can you sleep at night? If you pay over the list price, can you sleep at night?

    The real question is, how do realtors sleep at night when they are leading so many “clients” to their financial destruction?

    1. ‘If you do not go higher, can you sleep at night? If you pay over the list price, can you sleep at night?

      And this is for a fooking used house?

      Are people that desperate? Does buying overpriced houses cure all that ails you? Talk about fooking priorities….

  11. On May 26, during the peak, it immediately attracted seven offers, with bidders offering to pay over $300,000. An offer was accepted. But six weeks later, the buyer backed out. When it went back on the market, fewer people were showing up at open houses. Some offers came in, but not as many, and not for above the asking price.”

    Oh dear. Once the market psychology shifts and would-be REIC marks realize the peak has come and gone, look out below.

  12. “Rest assured, however, that we are not on the brink of a crash. That we are headed for a crash is an armchair opinion not remotely based on fact.

    It’s more of a lawn chair opinion. I’m going to love watching the carnage play out as the greedy speculators foolish enough to trust the REIC and lying MSM get their heads handed to them.

  13. The Democratic Socialists of America Can Mobilize Gen Z’ers Like Me

    This op-ed argues that Gen Z has experienced the worst of late-stage American capitalism and needs to embrace an alternative.

    BY CALLA WALSH
    AUGUST 5, 2021

    I’m a 17-year-old socialist. For my generation, a fascist presidential administration, pandemic, economic collapse, and a historic uprising for Black lives have shaped our worldview. These defining events and movements have caused Gen Z to become more disillusioned with capitalism and the white-supremacist, bourgeois state than older generations. As the youngest delegate at this week’s Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) National Convention, I urge members of my generation to mobilize toward building a socialist future.

    Disenchantment with capitalism and positive attitudes toward socialism are strongest among younger Americans, but Gen Z faces a unique set of conditions that make us especially open to ideological radicalization. Polling shows that Gen Z adults, ages 18 to 24, already have a more positive view of socialism than of capitalism — presumably because our age group has also experienced the worst of late-stage American capitalism.

    https://www.teenvogue.com/story/democratic-socialists-of-america-gen-z

    1. This is the problem with Crony Capitalism, it breeds really horrible blowback. BaCrock Obama and CONgress should have put the bankster fraudsters in prison and let every big bank fail. Instead, they were rewarded for their fraud and graft, and now the situation is exponentially worse.

  14. First the globalists designate themselves to be the sole arbiters of what constitutes “misinformation,” then they systematically take away the livelihoods of anyone who dissents from The Narrative. While Lee Greenwood sings about our illusory free-dumb.

    ​​Physicians who post COVID-19 vaccine misinformation may lose license, medical panel says

    https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/digital-marketing/physicians-who-post-covid-19-vaccine-misinformation-may-lose-license-medical-panel-says.html

    The Federation of State Medical Boards warned July 29 that physicians and other healthcare professionals could be at risk of losing their medical licenses if they spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on social media, online and in the media.

    FSMB, a nonprofit that represents all U.S. state medical boards, said any clinicians who create or spread vaccine misinformation or disinformation risk disciplinary action by state medical boards, including suspension or revocation of their medical license, according to a statement emailed to Becker’s Hospital Review.

  15. Dumver is turning into a mini Chighetto (from 9 News):

    8 people shot, 2 of them killed, over six hours in Denver
    Four shootings were reported Friday night into Saturday morning, including fatal shootings near Civic Center and Coors Field.

    No descriptions of the victims or their assailants was given. We all know what that means. Nevertheless:

    Anyone with information on any of the shootings can contact Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 or metrodenvercrimestoppers.com. Tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.

    1. This is surely related to the Amish-Mennonite sectarian warfare breaking out across the greater Denver area. Alternatively, since it’s “gun violence” it means firearms are rising of their own volition and blasting random aspiring rappers turning their life around who dindu nuffin per their grieving next of kin.

      1. it means firearms are rising of their own volition

        Must be all the smoke in the air.

        Kidding aside it seems that there is a vibrant based shooting in Dumver every other day. I guess the only reason there are brawls on airliners, as opposed to shoot outs, is because of the screening.

  16. So there seems to be a buzz going around Deplorable circles about a supposed draconian new Delta lockdown to be announced on or about August 11th. For the record, I think this is fearmongering BS, but found it interesting that when I Googled “new lockdown coming” I got the usual Narrative-compliant BS, but when I did the same search in DuckDuckGo, I got articles like the one below. Guess we’ll see soon enough if there’s any credibility to these “new lockdown” claims – right now nothing surprises me anymore.

    The coming Delta lockdown is DESIGNED to invoke nationwide protests so they can be exploited as a backdrop for false flag event to blame “anti-vaxxers”

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-08-03-the-coming-delta-lockdown-is-designed-to-invoke-nationwide-protests-false-flag-event.html#

    (Natural News) Within the next 12 days, multiple sources have told us, the pretender-in-chief Joe Biden will announce a nationwide lockdown, fraudulently blaming the “delta” variant and “anti-vaxxers” for the overzealous action. The lockdown will have no specific end date, and it is likely to be strongly resisted by red states, while blue states will effectively be turned into medical police states with brutal enforcement of the lockdown measures.

    Most importantly, the new lockdown will be perceived as so overreaching and totalitarian that nationwide protests will soon commence.

    1. I think this Jack Posobiec guy is full of sh*t, but guess we’ll see soon enough. I wouldn’t put anything past this administration.

      WH official this am: “B lockdown speech being drawn up this week…they’re planning to make it sound like one of the most solemn in history, real Bush on the night of 9/11 type stuff. Would start stocking up if I were y’all”

      https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1422202761056239630

        1. If they want a real insurgency on their hands, attempting to seize all guns via an executive order would be a very good way to accomplish that.

          I also doubt that most Sheriff’s departments would be accomplices to such an act. I could see big city PD’s agreeing to assist with the confiscation.

  17. “Some claim they simply came to collect the rent”

    By: Michael Berk
    Aug 04, 2021

    RICHMOND, Ky. (LEX 18) — Crime scene tape remains at the apartment complex on Keystone Drive in Richmond, where Chris and Gracie Hager were shot and killed on Tuesday afternoon.

    “Great people. Loved the Lord, went to church every time the door was open,” said Roger Keck, who knew the Hagers as property management colleagues.

    “They had their gas station with the best cake pops, and everyone around Richmond knew them as the sweetest couple,” said Mia Brown. Brown was referring to the Shell gas station on the EKU bypass owned by Mr. and Mrs. Hager. Brown lives a few doors away from where the couple was murdered.

    The Hagers owned several properties in town, including the one on Keystone Drive. Reports vary as to why they were there yesterday. Some claim they simply came to collect the rent, while others heard they were serving an eviction notice. There isn’t any record of eviction paperwork having been filed with the Madison County Clerk, and police say no such papers were found at the scene. 51-year-old Thomas Birl was charged with murder and arson. According to police, he lived in the apartment with his girlfriend, but they couldn’t confirm whether or not his name appears on the lease agreement.

    Birl, according to police, barricaded himself inside the home after allegedly shooting Mr. and Mrs. Hager and then set fire to the apartment before making it out of a second-story window. Police used a powder gas to encourage him to exit the complex. Birl is still being treated for injuries and will be in police custody once released from the hospital.

    https://www.lex18.com/news/crime/the-most-amazing-people-richmond-couple-killed-in-shooting-remembered-fondly-by-community

      1. Refusing to rent to him would’ve been rayciss. You’d have to be nuts to be in the landlord business today.

  18. I miss Trump.

    I have the Fox “News” channel and the fat boy from Danbury on for background noise. While interviewing Senator Bob Casey (D) Pennsylvania on the Infrastructure vote, Cavuto just quoted Donald Trump saying…

    “The infrastructure bill is a disgrace”

    “If Mitch McConnell was smart, which we see no evidence of, he would use the Debt Ceiling card to negotiate a good infrastructure package.”

  19. Oh dear…what are things coming to if corporate drones are going rogue?

    Burger King sign under corporate investigation for signaling against mask and vaccine mandates

    https://thepostmillennial.com/burger-king-sign-under-corporate-investigation-for-signaling-against-mask-and-vaccine-mandates

    A store sign at a Burger King location in Jackson, Michigan, is under investigation by the corporation after the marquee’s message was discovered signaling against mask and vaccine mandates and rallying support from passerbys.

    The sign in front of the building at 1625 E. Michigan Ave. displayed a contentious message on the board: “Honk if you are against forced mask & forced jab.”

  20. King Obama, who increased his net worth by $30 million after his “public service” (just don’t call it Wall Street bribery) is throwing himself quite the bash. Social distancing is for the little people.

    Obama gets his ‘scaled back’ 60th birthday party started: Former president mingles with guests at his $12M Martha’s Vineyard estate the night before the main event as massive tents are erected and his celeb pals descended on island

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9872203/Obama-gets-scaled-60th-birthday-party-started-Marthas-Vineyard-resort.html

    Barack Obama has kicked off his 60th birthday weekend on Martha’s Vineyard with an intimate cocktail party held at a swanky resort.

    The former president will welcome dozens of friends to his $12 million mansion on the Massachusetts island for a larger party on Saturday, but he held a smaller soiree at the nearby Winnetu Resort on Friday evening.

  21. Just saw my medical cousin today who has met dr. fauci. said those who are vaxxed will not be a host to the new variants . Thoughts?

      1. https:// twitter .com /RanIsraeli /status /1423322271503028228:

        “95% of the severe patients are vaccinated”.
        “85-90% of the hospitalizations are in Fully vaccinated people.”
        “We are opening more and more COVID wards.”
        “The effectiveness of the vaccine is waning/fading out”

        (Dr. Kobi Haviv, earlier today on Chanel 13 @newsisrael13)

    1. No. Body. Knows.

      All Fauci and other ‘experts’ say is more or less a bs. They no nothing!’

      1. What kind of a vaccine only works for 3 or 4 months. And Covid wasn’t a risk to most the population.
        The stupid vaccine doesn’t work. This is a mad mad mad world with crazy people making people do crazy ass things with fraud news with censorship.
        Will people put up with another lockdown when the Medical Tyranny becomes more insane by the minute, and the health Authorities are full of it?

        1. Will people put up with another lockdown

          I think a sizeable portion of the population will just say no.

    2. said those who are vaxxed will not be a host to the new variants
      Well I am fully vaxxed (Pfizer) and 3 1/2 months after the second shot I got (still have) covid. Been coughing like crazy for 4 days, sneezing a lot, no sense of smell and kind of “worn out.” I don’t know what “variant” I have but am certainly “”unhappy”” that I got covid in spite being fully vaxxed.

      1. I assume you got a test. Because except for sense of smell, I’ve have colds exactly like that which lasted for weeks.

        1. No sense of smell that would scare me…..so i made sure my smoke and CO detectors have fresh batteries last month….I have a kidde fire extinguisher fully charged under the sink, and even have one in the car….

        2. I used to get colds regularly, long lasting ones. As soon as I got out of the restaurant business, and was far less miserable, no more colds ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Looking even further back, it was a pattern. Every time I felt trapped, unhappy (job, school, relationship, etc.) I’d get a really bad cold (“Guys and Dolls” 🙂) Haven’t had one in a long time.

    3. “Just saw my medical cousin today who has met dr. fauci. said those who are vaxxed will not be a host to the new variants . Thoughts?”

      Thoughts?

      1. Thoughts?

        I think Little man Fouch is a very well paid Piñata that spits out whatever guidance TPTB’s Think Tank tells him to every time they hit him with the Woke stick.

          1. Somebody somewhere said it’s because he controls all the money from the NIH. Oppose Dr. FraudXi and you lose your funding. So, everybody’s lips are zipped up tight when it comes to Pint Sized Hitler.

          2. RFK Jr has a new book coming out in November, entitled “The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health.”

  22. MWR,
    Go to the Frontline Dr website and they have Drs that will percribed the meds you can take. I think Red pill posted the site a number of threads ago.

    I found out that same Dr. Group is using the same med protocols to treat the spike protein also.

    1. Don’t confuse America’s Frontline Doctors with the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance. FLCCC is the one with the list of IVE doctors.

      1. MWR,
        Please don’t wait until you get worse. I don’t think the meds cost that much and they send them right to your door. They have had a high success rate with their med protocols.

  23. How do you blame dying from something you are vaccinated against getting on someone who isn’t vaccinated?

    Below is an excerpt from an obituary that is on a local news rag site today.

    “passed away on July 22, 2021, at the age of 84. ##### died due to COVID-19. He was infected by someone who chose to not get vaccinated and his death was preventable. It is the wish of his family that everyone get vaccinated in order to prevent further death, sickness and heartbreak.”

      1. He could have stayed completely isolated in his home, seeing none, having supplies sprayed with bleach and dropped off at his front door, but noooo.

    1. He was infected by someone who chose to not get vaccinated and his death was preventable.

      Or was infected by someone who got the jab, was infected and spread it nevertheless.

      1. Or was infected by someone who got the jab, was infected and spread it nevertheless.

        That is not Narrative compliant.

  24. Was out at the property stringing some barbless wire today (it’s fun getting to use my rope rescue training to set anchors for a come-along!) and it appears one of my neighbors turned out to be a property flipper.

    They closed the same week we did (in April), and have re-listed their lot for 20% more than I believe they paid (25k/acre => 30k/acre). They did put up some new fencing at the road frontage, but haven’t even drilled a well…

    Will be curious to see how it plays out. The lot immediately next to us is still up for sale @28k/acre, though it’s twice as big.

    I feel silly for just wanting a nice quiet place to garden, grow old, and raise some critters!

    1. Speaking of critters, well big critters anyway, I was out in the great wide open spaces West of town picking up something for a Leftist yesterday and I saw some cows in a field. It took me back to the late 80’s when me and a buddy were out there laughing our @sses off (for obvious reasons) walking out of a cow field with our t-shirts full of shrooms slung over our shoulders like Santa’s bag full of toys.

      1. ‘It took me back to the late 80’s when me and a buddy were out there laughing our @sses off (for obvious reasons) walking out of a cow field with our t-shirts full of shrooms slung over our shoulders like Santa’s bag full of toys.’

        Funny you mention late 80’s. My brother took me to a show in 1988 and brought some with him and his friend. They were laughing for a while and I was not sure what was so funny.

        1. “They were laughing for a while and I was not sure what was so funny.”

          Nothing that was still funny the next day. 🙂

        2. “My brother took me to a show in 1988”

          Although I’m not a big fan of the song this would probably be a pretty cool 4 1/2 minute trip through 80’s memories for you.

          Waiting For A Star To Fall: A Tribute to 80’s Entertainment
          https://youtu.be/Z0eflYLkI4A

      2. Speaking of critters…saw some cows…our t-shirts full of shrooms…

        We do have cows as neighbors…and lots of mushrooms in the woods. If you ever want to re-live those days, swing by!

        (no clue if the mushrooms are edible, poisonous, or psychadelic…)

        1. “We do have cows as neighbors…and lots of mushrooms in the woods.”

          Nothing wrong with that! 🙂

          As far as re-living those days I went to rehab not long after my trip (pun accidental) to the shroom fields and have remained shroom free along with alcohol, weed and other associated mind and mood changing substances ever since.

          Not to mention I am not clear on the science of the magic mushrooms or where and when the cow droppings produce the magic. My shroom adventure was in South Florida but I grew up in the Northeast, for the life of me I don’t remember anyone picking anything out of those Northern cow droppings much less consuming it.

  25. Republican Crisis: Tucker Carlson Exposes Nightmare Provisions Of Infrastructure Spending Bill

    Infowars.com
    August 7th 2021, 11:33 am

    “It’s 2,700 pages long. It would cost more than a trillion dollars. It will not pay for itself, despite what they told you,” Carlson said Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

    “And much of it has nothing whatsoever to do with infrastructure. Meaning fixing our crumbling roads and bridges and airports and train stations and all the rest that embarrasses America.”

    “Instead, this bill will make science denial official, it will enshrine gender identity in federal law,” Carlson continued. “It will allow the government to track your driving. Why? So they can charge you a fee for every mile you go. This in addition to the gas tax.”

    Carlson then pointed out a dystopian provision in the bill that will require Big Brother to monitor you in your car.

    “And scariest of all, this bill requires all new vehicles in the United States to come with monitoring technology, such as eye scanners or breathalyzers, and that means that going forward, you will need the express permission of your federal overlords before you start your car in the morning. Because it’s their car now,” he said.

    “As of tonight, 20 Republican senators appear to support this lunacy. The final vote is this weekend. So if you have views about this, you might want to let them know right away. They assume you’re not paying attention so they can do whatever they want to you, and in this case they are.”

    Carlson then listed off the 17 Republican senators who have sided with the radical left:

    Roy Blunt (Mo.)
    Richard Burr (N.C.)
    Shelly Moor Capito (W.V.)
    Bill Cassidy (La.)
    Susan Collins (Maine)
    Kevin Cramer (N.D.)
    Mike Crapo (Idaho)
    Lindsey Graham (S.C.) — “of course,” Tucker noted.
    Chuck Grassley (Iowa)
    John Hoeven (N.D.)
    Mitch McConnell (Ky.)
    Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)
    Rob Portman (Ohio)
    Jim Risch (Idaho)
    Mitt Romney (Utah)
    Tom Tillis (N.C.)
    Todd Young (Ind.)

    “Now, a few of these people plan to retire soon, thank Heaven. But most of them intend to get reelected at some point. And it might be good if voters made that impossible,” Carlson concluded.

    If you live in any of these states, take Carlson’s advice and let your senator know you don’t support the so-called “infrastructure” bill that’s stuffed to the brim with insane far-left provisions.

    https://www.infowars.com/

    1. Cant one TV station sit outside for a few hours and verify this?

      Their job isn’t to investigate. Their job is to spread The Narrative. Haven’t you seen the videos showing local news anchors in different cities reciting verbatim the same fear mongering stories? And don’t expect them to refuse. Doing so would mean the end of their “journalistic career”, and the fat paycheck that goes with it.

      And right now The Narrative is that hospitals are bursting at the seams and if you haven’t received the kill shot, you will die a horrible death. They even have veterinarian doctors posing as MD’s tweeting that their ER’s are overwhelmed. This is a Psy-ops, and I think that something big is about to happen.

      Here is a personal anecdote: Early this year, when allegedly thousands were dying daily of Covid, I accompanied someone to the ER in Dumver. It wasn’t busy and they were quickly able to see her, as in nearly immediately.

      Everything in the news is a blatant lie.

    2. “Our models show that if we don’t (vaccinate people), we could be up to several hundred thousand cases a day, similar to our surge in early January,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Rochelle Walensky said on CNN this week.”

      https://youtu.be/ss2hULhXf04

      1. They were predicting high case counts in the UK too. Cases topped out at about 2/3 the January peak, which was about half of what they were expecting. That included Freedom Day when all the young people went out and partied. The theories are that either the UK had more prior immunity than originally thought, or the vaccine breakthrough cases are so mild that people didn’t get tested.

  26. Criminal liars with sinister motives.

    Ireland and other Countries are calling for proof of Covid 19 isolation., which they haven’t gotten.

    Dr. McCullough said its now disclosed that the PCR test, they are still using until Dec. 31 2021 , can’t tell the difference between Covid and the regular flu. He went on to say that the two diseases require different treatments.

    As you know this was a big deal to me that they never isolated the Covid 19 , or that the PCR test was bogus.
    Also Gates and Soros buying testing Companies.Why Why Why?

    These are not the acts of people that can be anything but sinister fraud for some evil objective.

    They are lying and heading toward another lockdown. Don’t comply with these criminals.

    1. A new poll shows California Gov. Newsom is in danger of being recalled in the heavily Democratic state
      Rebecca Cohen
      Aug 5, 2021, 8:59 AM
      Gov. Newsom faces recall realities as more than half of likely California voters say they will vote ‘yes’ to end his first term early.
      San Francisco Chronicle/Hearst Newspapers via Getty Images
      – 51% of likely California voters would vote ‘yes’ to recall Gov. Newsom, according to a Survey USA poll.
      – A majority of voters supporting the recall cite Newsom’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
      – Democrat Kevin Paffrath and Republican Larry Elder led the pack of those running to replace Newsom.

    2. The Wall Street Journal
      Opinion The Weekend Interview
      Could a Conservative Replace Gavin Newsom?
      A quixotic effort to recall California’s governor is suddenly gaining steam. And libertarian radio host Larry Elder is the front-runner.
      By Allysia Finley
      Aug. 6, 2021 2:17 pm ET
      Larry Elder
      Illustration: Barbara Kelley

      What are the odds that California would elect a conservative Republican governor in the 2020s? Slim to none, one might have said. But that was before Larry Elder entered the room.

      When the California Patriot Coalition launched an effort to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom in February 2020, their effort looked hopeless. It still seemed implausible in April 2021, when the secretary of state certified that the effort had enough signatures to trigger a vote. Most polls showed a majority or a substantial plurality opposing the recall, and no other high-profile Democrat entered the race to succeed Mr. Newsom if he is recalled. There was little enthusiasm for the Republicans who’d joined the race, including Caitlyn Jenner, former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and John Cox, who lost to Mr. Newsom in 2018.

      But suddenly it’s a contest. Ballots for the Sept. 14 vote will start being mailed in the coming weeks, and three recent polls show Mr. Newsom is vulnerable. An Inside California Politics/Emerson poll this week found that only 48% of registered voters would vote to keep Mr. Newsom in office while 46% would remove him, within the margin of error. On Wednesday Survey USA released a poll that showed Mr. Newsom losing the recall vote, 51% to 40%.

      A California recall ballot has two parts. The first asks a yes-or-no question: Shall the officeholder be recalled? The second offers a list of successor candidates—46 have qualified in this recall. Each voter chooses one of them, and if the recall is successful, whichever candidate earns a plurality fills out the term.

      Mr. Elder was a late entrant to the race, announcing his candidacy on July 12. He was motivated by “fire in the belly to see if I can do something . . . to move the needle in the right direction,” he told a reporter. He instantly emerged as a front-runner, polling 10 points ahead of the closest would-be GOP Newsom successor. (The new Survey USA poll has him slightly behind Democrat Kevin Paffrath, a 29-year-old YouTube personality.) That was before he even qualified for the ballot, which ended up requiring a trip to court.

      He has name recognition as a radio host since 1993 and has been broadcast both locally and nationally. His current program, “The Larry Elder Show,” covers mostly politics with a focus on California. It has been nationally syndicated since 2016 and airs across California’s major media markets. He’s known for being plain-spoken but not strident.

      Mr. Elder, 69, grew up working-class in Southern California—in a different world, as he describes it. “My father came to Los Angeles in 1945, right after the war. And he was able to work two full-time jobs as a janitor, cleaning toilets. He had a stay-at-home wife, my mother,” he says. “My father was able to save his nickels and dimes to buy a house in South Central that right now remains in the family, and according to Zillow, it’s worth $600,000.”

      In those days it was easier for low- and middle-income families to climb the economic ladder. “Somebody nowadays with an eighth-grade, a dropout education like my father could not duplicate the route from poverty to the middle class if he worked three or four jobs,” Mr. Elder says, “because the price of homes has gotten so outrageous—because of the stranglehold that the environmental extremists have on development contractors who otherwise would build more homes in California.”

  27. The housing inventory is up and has been rising for months. I find it odd that small rural towns were the last to rise and many in my hometown are listing their homes for 100,000 more than they paid even a year ago June (2020-aug 2020) many people are snatching them up. Meanwhile here in South Florida the bidding wars have ceased and the market is filling up with homes compared to a year ago.

    The media keeps posting about this shortage and how it’s nothing like the 2008 bubble. In 2008, they also lowered the interest rate, there was a lack of supply followed by an over supply.

    The current market was 6.3 months which is a healthy supply for buyers and sellers. I suspect July’s report will show even more homes available. Eventually, the media isn’t going to be able to to hide the fact there is not a shortage. Especially, when the landlords are forced to sell because they never got the back rent, and the forbearance plans end. https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/MSACSR

    1. The Financial Times
      FT Series Global house prices: Raising the roof
      Global Economy
      Netherlands grapples with social consequences of soaring house prices
      FT Series: Prices have risen almost 15% over past year as Dutch face shortage of 330,000 homes
      Martin Arnold in Amsterdam August 7 2021

      House prices are rising in many major economies. This FT series explores whether these increases are sustainable.

      Dutch call centre worker Joan Kelderman knows from personal experience the downside of Europe’s booming house prices: her landlord is trying to demolish her cheaply-rented home in order to build a new housing and retail complex.

      The local authority in Zaandam, a town a few miles north of Amsterdam, said the scheme would create more than 530 new homes, of which 30 per cent would be social housing; about half would be for sale or rent at market prices.

      But the 57-year-old former nurse called it “gentrification” after she and other residents were offered a €6,500 moving allowance and told to leave. “They say we have to find somewhere else to live, but nothing is available,” she said. “Even if we do find something, it will be smaller, more expensive and further away.”

      The Dutch property market has become a burning political issue. Prices of existing homes in the Netherlands rose 14.6 per cent in the year to June, the highest rate for two decades — and one of the highest in the EU.

      1. “Dutch face shortage of 330,000 homes”

        It’s a crisis! Suddenly we’ve run out of houses all over the planet!!

        Apparently it has nothing to do with the central bankers’ “Go big” pandemic stimulus measures, or else the MSM would connect the dots for us.

  28. Is there any doubt that Pharmacy Monopoly is in collusion with other big Global Monopolies that have corrupted US Government and other Countries to bring on TYRANNY in all forms.
    They want a second lockdown to loot and polish off small business, and bring on Vaccine Passports.
    Evil people who would inject children, who were never a high risk group for Covid.
    In spite of the Science showing that masks and lockdowns don’t work , they have no problem cutting off the air of people for hours and hours and putting them in a prison in their home. Denying restaurants and other commerce and entertainment to the unvaccinated, or firing people if they don’t get the injection.
    Bribery or force to get a experimental vaccine that the evidence shows that its not safe or effective. Big cover up to under report the adverse side effects, with Medical fraud that the unvaccinated are causing the surge in cases.
    Suppression of cheap drugs that worked so that thousands died by given no treatment at all .
    PCR tests that couldn’t tell the difference between Covid and the regular flu. Countries complaining about never having the Covid 19 proof isolated under a microscope as the scientific method demands.
    Now they want to change their fraudulent tests to what?
    Monopoly fraudulent and censored news , that should be your first clue that they have a fraudulent agenda to take over and bring on their treasonous One World order of a Dictorship by Psychopaths.
    And we thought it was just Trump that they hated. They hate people and want to inject you like a guinea pig , while they take freedom after freedom using Medical fraud as the means. They operate in lock step with other Countries, and they are even more oppressive in other Countries, which are starting to rebel.
    This is a military operation by Entities that have been planning this takeover for a long time, that is the most ambitious attempt to take individual freedom for their Communist/Fascist One World order of Monopolies and 1% elite ruling the World.
    Believe them when they reveal that they want you to eat bugs, have nothing, forced injections, they control all freedoms . They want to own you like some kind of slave .These are criminal Entities that rigged the election, and have shown their insanity in the harm and destruction they are willing to unleash, and outright murder of innocent people.

    No more lockdowns , vaccine passports, or getting your air cut off by these fraudulent criminals. It was always about destroying business and the big Monopolies looting and becoming bigger Monopolies. The Swamp in DC has to be totally purged, because they are working against you.
    The FDA, isn’t going to protect you.
    This was a planned Panademic , where 99.25 % of population was not at risk, yet they brought on unjustified measures to harm and destroy and they won’t stop if people keep complying with this fraud. They even have Doctors and nurses under threat of job loss if they don’t push their narrative of a vaccine in every arm.
    Ok, my 2 cents that the line has to be drawn now.

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