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calguy

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  1. You're a trump/Bannon puppet. And All trump/Bannon puppets are evil.
  2. He didn't die because he was vaccinated. He died because YOU and others like you WEREN'T!!!
  3. Must have got tired of losing every debate? Maybe this place isn't crazy enough for him? He is right though, same shit every day by same people on the same subjects. Pretty much why this place doesn't attract new members. Too much abusive language for most people's tastes. That's why most visitors click on the site once or twice and never come back.
  4. I read it. That's how I know how idiotic it is. Pretty much like everything Natural News puts out. They cater to crack pots like you.
  5. Support for governors sliding in states without vaccine mandates: survey Governors in states without vaccine mandates or in states where such mandates are banned have "significantly lower" approval ratings than their peers in other states on their handling of COVID-19, according to a new survey from the Covid States Project. Specifically, governors in states with vaccine mandates are averaging 52 percent approval on their management of the pandemic. In states where there are no vaccine mandates, that figure dropped to 42 percent, and in places where mandates are banned, only 36 percent of people approved of the governors' handling of COVID-19, the survey found. These findings could be temporary and the result of relatively recent COVID-19 spikes, but the authors of the study argued that support for vaccine mandates is a real factor in the public's perceptions of their state leadership. "Our findings really suggest that individuals in our survey were rewarding these governors who took proactive steps to combat the pandemic and they were punishing governors who prohibited public health policies that would combat the pandemic like vaccine mandates," Alauna Safarpour, who helped conduct research for the study and serves as a fellow at the Harvard University's Kennedy School, told Politico. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/support-for-governors-sliding-in-states-without-vaccine-mandates-survey/ar-AAPDkVx
  6. You're an insane crack pot. You prove it every day.
  7. I don't come here to whine. I come here to laugh at your stupidity.
  8. Crackpot article from a crackpot website written to piss off crack pots like you.
  9. freeman thinks he's the expert of the world. He quotes all the quack websites.
  10. You're nothing but a phony pseudo-intellectual promoting misinformation because it makes you feel like you actually know something when all you actually know is how to copy and paste bogus information😂.
  11. As mentioned above, the primary purpose of this website is to promote anti-vaccination propaganda. The Highwire frequently promotes the debunked claim that vaccines cause autism such as this: Denialists & Gatekeepers: While CDC Ignores Autism Crisis, Experts Busy ‘Debunking’ Alternative Therapies. Further, they also promote cures for autism, which have zero scientific evidence to support the claim such as this: Autism ‘could one day be treated with a probiotic pill.’ Currently, there isn’t a known cure for Autism and this headline is grossly misleading as probiotics cannot cure autism, however, it has been shown to improve gastrointestinal health in those with autism
  12. You promote nothing but pseudoscience websites. You're such easy prey for these charlatans. https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/the-highwire/ CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE Sources in the Conspiracy-Pseudoscience category may publish unverifiable information that is not always supported by evidence. These sources may be untrustworthy for credible/verifiable information; therefore, fact-checking and further investigation is recommended on a per article basis when obtaining information from these sources. See all Conspiracy-Pseudoscience sources. Overall, we rate The Highwire a Strong Conspiracy and a Quackery level Pseudoscience site based on the routine promotion of unproven claims. We also rate them Low for factual reporting due to promoting propaganda not aligned with the consensus of science and several failed fact checks. Analysis / Bias In review, the primary purpose of this website is to promote anti-vaccination propaganda and health misinformation. Besides Bigtree, the website also publishes articles by Jefferey Jaxen whose writing has been featured in discredited sources such as RT, Natural News, InfoWars, Collective-Evolution, Waking Times, Om Times, and countless others.” Recently, The Highwire has been covering the Covid-19 pandemic with articles that utilize strongly loaded wording such as this BREAKING: REMDESIVIR STUDY “A SHAM.” This article links directly to a video segment of The Highwire radio program. The Highwire routinely downplays the Coronavirus and has published debunked information regarding death totals such as this: SHOULD WE TRUST THE COVID-19 CASE COUNT?. This story promotes the conspiracy that Doctors and hospitals are recording more Corona deaths to receive more money. While it is true that the use of ventilators costs more and that Medicare reimburses 20% more, however, the claim suggests that the number of COVID-19 cases is being padded is not proven; but rather, evidence indicates the cases are being undercounted. As mentioned above, the primary purpose of this website is to promote anti-vaccination propaganda. The Highwire frequently promotes the debunked claim that vaccines cause autism such as this: Denialists & Gatekeepers: While CDC Ignores Autism Crisis, Experts Busy ‘Debunking’ Alternative Therapies. Further, they also promote cures for autism, which have zero scientific evidence to support the claim such as this: Autism ‘could one day be treated with a probiotic pill.’ Currently, there isn’t a known cure for Autism and this headline is grossly misleading as probiotics cannot cure autism, however, it has been shown to improve gastrointestinal health in those with autism.
  13. URwrong. A little common sense goes a long way. There's always a few wacko opinions to everything, but they are a small minority compared to the whole.
  14. I did the same thing you did. I got the Moderna vaccination. And knowing that no vaccination is 100% effective, I still mask and social distance in public because I live with high risk red necks who refuse to protect themselves.
  15. I tend to trust experts who actually have years of education, knowledge, and experience. Idiots like Freeman are nothing but fools looking for anything that supports their biased thinking.
  16. All one has to do is look at the reputation of your favorite 'research' sites, like Brighteon and Bitchute, to know you're full of shit and have no knowledge whatsoever you're talking about.
  17. Internet idiots who think they actually know something and pretend to be experts simply because they know how to copy and paste articles they've found on the internet. They have no idea if what they're posting is accurate or not, since they knew nothing about it before they found their magic links.
  18. Every time your sources are exposed as spreaders of misinformation, it exposes your own gullibility. Desktop Doctors like you fall for their shit all the time.
  19. Trumpist county clerk barred after leak of voting-system passwords to QAnon A Colorado judge on Wednesday barred Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters from supervising elections due to the leak of voting-system BIOS passwords to QAnon conspiracy theorist Ron Watkins. Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Mesa County registered elector Heidi Jeanne Hess had petitioned the court for a ruling that Peters and Deputy Clerk Belinda Knisley are unable to perform the functions of the Designated Election Official for the November 2021 election. The "court determines that the petitioners have met the burden of showing that Peters and Knisley have committed a breach and neglect of duty and other wrongful acts," Mesa County District Court Judge Valerie Robison wrote in Wednesday's ruling. "As such, Peters and Knisley are unable or unwilling to appropriately perform the duties of the Mesa County Designated Election Official. The court further determines substantial compliance with the provisions of the code require an injunction prohibiting Peters and Knisley from performing the duties of the Designated Election Official." In August, Watkins released photos of information on Dominion's Election Management Systems (EMS) voting machines, including an installation manual and "BIOS passwords for a small collection of computers, including EMS server and client systems," as we reported at the time. While Watkins, a former 8chan administrator, was trying to prove that Dominion can remotely administer the machines, the documents actually showed "a generic set of server hardware, with explicit instructions to keep it off the Internet and lock down its remote management functions." Peters, who promoted Trump's conspiracy theory that voting machines were manipulated to help Joe Biden win the 2020 election, "'holed up' in a safe house provided by pillow salesman and conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell" when the FBI began investigating her, according to an August 19 Vice News article. Her location was described as a "mystery" for a while, but she appeared at an event in Grand Junction, Colorado, last month. https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2021/10/trumpist-county-clerk-barred-after-leak-of-voting-system-passwords-to-qanon/
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