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It’s a COVID Casedemic, not a Pandemic

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Posted By: Magnante, 9/28/2020 9:03:27 AM

Fall is in the air, along with a distinct smell of panic among Democrats and the media. (snip) Clearly this “third wave” is a surge in positive cases in otherwise young and healthy individuals, hype rather than a justification for CU Boulder “Switching to remote learning for at least 2 weeks amid COVID-19 surge.” In other worse, a “casedemic” rather than a pandemic.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: gop_guys 9/28/2020 9:18:52 AM (No. 555191)
Today’s media is the propaganda arm of globalists and the Democrat party. As Upchuck Todd said recently, we’re losing our power!
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Ditto1958 9/28/2020 9:24:51 AM (No. 555198)
The question no one seems to ask amid all this is, “so what?” The news media breathlessly report surges in positive tests. Why is no one puzzled? Why are these “cases” even newsworthy? If some pro athlete tests positive, so what? He’s not gonna die, not gonna be hosptalized, probably not even gonna get sick.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Kate318 9/28/2020 9:28:08 AM (No. 555203)
Good post, OP. I’ve read more and more of these types of articles lately, but the casedemic advocates are determined to hold onto their deadly views about this virus. A few weeks to “flatten the curve”, while questionable, is doable. Going on 7 months of masks, restrictions and lockdowns is pathological.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Enoch Powell 9/28/2020 10:26:10 AM (No. 555278)
Calling exposure `cases` is so disingenuous. Plus, a lot of so-called cases are false or merely showing the presence of non contagious elements of the virus in the body, not to mention the $6000+ incentive for hospitals to label a death virus induced leading to even greater exaggeration of the numbers... That 6% number, if over the entire population, is miniscule.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: DVC 9/28/2020 10:36:57 AM (No. 555307)
Once you get this out of the nursing homes, the death rate drops dramatically. In my county, data shows that 88% of deaths are in the over 70 age group. 5% of deaths in the 50 and under age group. ZERO deaths (in a population of over 600,000) under the age of 20. Three deaths of 146, 2%, in 20-29 age group. I imagine that these were people with some serious pre-existing health problems.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DrOstrow 9/28/2020 2:06:48 PM (No. 555532)
Obviously, FAR more 'cases' than 'deaths'. Case numbers can be pulled out thin air, as often as required and as big a number as deemed 'necessary - deaths require bodies. People are impressed with big numbers, the bigger the better ( Pelosi once claimed '500,000,000 jobs leave this country EVERY MONTH' - nice trick 'cause we don't have that many people IN this country, but Hey, it SOUNDS IMPRESSIVE ! ) More cases - more fear. Plus we can keep this going longer so that Trump gets blamed for it !!!! All part of the plan folks. Scared people are easier to CONTROL especially if the source of the fear cannot be seen, heard, smelled, tasted or felt. These 'people' ( I don't want to get banned for life ) will have the scared portion of our population wearing 'masks' 10 years from now if they can get away with it.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: red1066 9/28/2020 3:33:08 PM (No. 555613)
Even among the hardest hit age group of people 70 and up, 95% of those don't get seriously ill. Some will experience a few days of higher fever, and they might feel like they're getting a cold, but for the most part, they recover with no issues. Those younger than 70 have an even higher percentage than 95% with those even in their 60's having a 97% chance of doing just fine. Kids under the age of 19 have a 99.995% chance of getting seriously ill and dying from this virus. So open up the schools. This is a political pandemic.
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