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32 minutes ago, Str8tEdge said:

Amazing isn't it? The very same "experts" that told us to lock down also told us this feat was impossible. 😆

 

Democrats were WRONG and this is one of the many ways which Trumps federal response to covid was incredible. 

 

 


Baldfaced lies. As usual.

 

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1 hour ago, SpyCar said:


Baldfaced lies. As usual.

 

Bill

What’s a lie? Are you claiming operation warp speed DID NOT bring us vaccines in such a short time experts told us it was impossible? 
 

Or are you still trying to blame Trump for your states failures. 
 

You realize democrats would have rightfully took Trump to the Supreme Court over any mandates and they would win? Did you see Cuomo get his ass handed to him in the Supreme Court? 
 

You’re expecting Trump to do something that he is constitutionally blocked from doing. 
 

In the mean time he enacted the defense act 2 days BEFORE Biden said it should have been done. 
 

No shortages in PPE in what? 6 Months? Record vaccine 

Record treatments

More testing than any nation on earth

 

Never a shortage of hospital beds or respirators than most countries ran into. 
 

 

Trump actually did a phenomenal job on Covid unless your a mindless, uneducated, retard. 

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Open letter to Dr. Anthony Fauci regarding the use of Hydroxychloroquine for treating COVID-19:

August 12, 2020

Anthony Fauci, MD

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Washington, D.C.

Dear Dr. Fauci:

You were placed into the most high-profile role regarding America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Americans have relied on your medical expertise concerning the wearing of masks, resuming employment, returning to school, and of course medical treatment.

You are largely unchallenged in terms of your medical opinions. You are the de facto “COVID-19 Czar." This is unusual in the medical profession in which doctors’ opinions are challenged by other physicians in the form of exchanges between doctors at hospitals, medical conferences, as well as debate in medical journals. You render your opinions unchallenged, without formal public opposition from physicians who passionately disagree with you. It is incontestable that the public is best served when opinions and policy are based on the prevailing evidence and science, and able to withstand the scrutiny of medical professionals.

As experience accrued in treating COVID-19 infections, physicians worldwide discovered that high-risk patients can be treated successfully as an outpatient, within the first five to seven days of the onset of symptoms, with a “cocktail” consisting of hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and azithromycin (or doxycycline). Multiple scholarly contributions to the literature detail the efficacy of the hydroxychloroquine-based combination treatment.

Dr. Harvey Risch, the renowned Yale epidemiologist, published an article in May 2020 in the American Journal of Epidemiology titled “Early Outpatient Treatment of Symptomatic, High-Risk COVID-19 Patients that Should be Ramped-Up Immediately as Key to Pandemic Crisis." He further published an article in Newsweek in July 2020 for the general public expressing the same conclusions and opinions. Dr. Risch is an expert at evaluating research data and study designs, publishing over 300 articles. Dr Risch’s assessment is that there is unequivocal evidence for the early and safe use of the “HCQ cocktail.” If there are Q-T interval concerns, doxycycline can be substituted for azithromycin as it has activity against RNA viruses without any cardiac effects.

Yet, you continue to reject the use of hydroxychloroquine, except in a hospital setting in the form of clinical trials, repeatedly emphasizing the lack of evidence supporting its use. Hydroxychloroquine, despite 65 years of use for malaria, and over 40 years for lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, with a well-established safety profile, has been deemed by you and the FDA as unsafe for use in the treatment of symptomatic COVID-19 infections. Your opinions have influenced the thinking of physicians and their patients, medical boards, state and federal agencies, pharmacists, hospitals, and just about everyone involved in medical decision making.

Indeed, your opinions impacted the health of Americans, and many aspects of our day-to-day lives including employment and school. Those of us who prescribe hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and azithromycin/doxycycline believe fervently that early outpatient use would save tens of thousands of lives and enable our country to dramatically alter the response to COVID-19. We advocate for an approach that will reduce fear and allow Americans to get their lives back.

We hope that our questions compel you to reconsider your current approach to COVID-19 infection.

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11 hours ago, Str8tEdge said:

What’s a lie? Are you claiming operation warp speed DID NOT bring us vaccines in such a short time experts told us it was impossible? 
 

Or are you still trying to blame Trump for your states failures. 
 

You realize democrats would have rightfully took Trump to the Supreme Court over any mandates and they would win? Did you see Cuomo get his ass handed to him in the Supreme Court? 
 

You’re expecting Trump to do something that he is constitutionally blocked from doing. 
 

In the mean time he enacted the defense act 2 days BEFORE Biden said it should have been done. 
 

No shortages in PPE in what? 6 Months? Record vaccine 

Record treatments

More testing than any nation on earth

 

Never a shortage of hospital beds or respirators than most countries ran into. 
 

 

Trump actually did a phenomenal job on Covid unless your a mindless, uneducated, retard. 

Careful, you know what fact-free snowflakes do.....they melt...

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Apparently, Tony is seen as the covid tsar.  And his bullshit will stand . . . so long as he avoids all public challenges to his lies concerning early treatment.

 

Here are some questions put to Tony by doctors who have used the hydroxychloroquine cocktail to great effect

 

Is it true that with regard to Hydroxychloroquine and treatment of COVID-19 infection, you have said repeatedly that “The Overwhelming Evidence of Properly Conducted Randomized Clinical Trials Indicate No Therapeutic Efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)?”

But NONE of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done in the first five to seven days after the onset of symptoms, correct?

All of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done on hospitalized patients, correct?

Hospitalized patients are typically sicker that outpatients, correct?

None of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer used the full cocktail consisting of Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin, correct?

While the University of Minnesota study is referred to as disproving the cocktail, the meds were not given within the first five to seven days of illness, the test group was not high risk (death rates were 3 percent), and no zinc was given, correct?

Again, for clarity, the trials upon which you base your opinion regarding the efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine, assessed neither the full cocktail (to include Zinc and Azithromycin or doxycycline) nor administered treatment within the first five to seven days of symptoms, nor focused on the high-risk group, correct?

Therefore, you have no basis to conclude that the Hydroxychloroquine cocktail when used early in the outpatient setting, within the first five to seven days of symptoms, in high risk patients, is not effective, correct?

It is thus false and misleading to say that the effective and safe use of hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin has been “debunked,” correct?

How could it be “debunked” if there is not a single study that contradicts its use?

Should it not be an absolute priority for the NIH and CDC to look at ways to treat Americans with symptomatic COVID-19 infections early to prevent disease progression?

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16 hours ago, king of the county said:

United Airlines flying Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

The flights began Friday

United Airlines Holdings Inc., reportedly began operating charter flights on Friday to better position Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for distribution once the inoculation is approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

 

United Airlines will fly the cargo from Brussels Airport to Chicago.

United Airlines will fly the cargo from Brussels Airport to Chicago. (iStock)

United will fly the chartered planes between Brussels International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport as part of the “first mass air shipment of a vaccine,” supported by the FAA, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The news of securing the charter flights comes as Pfizer has started to lay the foundation to move the vaccine quickly once the FDA and other regulators approve it.

According to the Journal, Pfizer has expanded storage capacity at specific distribution sites in Pleasant Prairie, Wisc., and Karlsruhe, Germany. The drug company plans to use suitcase-size frozen storage in cargo planes and trucks to distribute the vaccine around the world.

Pfizer and United Airlines did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.

United Airlines will be allowed to carry five times the amount of dry ice normally permitted on board to keep the vaccine at the necessary cold temperature.

Other cargo and passenger airlines have also begun preparing for future vaccine shipments, the Journal reported.

 

Previously, Andrew Peterson, assistant professor of philosophy at George Mason University had brought up the complex issue of transporting and distributing the vaccine due to the fact it must be stored at temperatures of minus 70 degrees Celsius or below.

“The logistics of distributing the Pfizer vaccine, if proven to be safe and effective, will no doubt be a Herculean task,” Peterson told Fox News. “Beyond the challenge of physically transporting the vaccine by air and land to distribution centers across America and internationally, there are the additional obstacles of keeping the vaccine at sub-zero temperatures and monitoring deliveries for theft.”

 

Last week, Pfizer and partner BioNTech requested an emergency approval for their coronavirus vaccine candidate in a bid to get it out to the global population as soon as possible.

 

The vaccine has been called more than 90 percent effective in percent effective at stopping people from getting sick during phase 3 trials.

I thought the military was going to distribute the vaccine 💉 

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1 hour ago, Bard said:

Apparently, Tony is seen as the covid tsar.  And his bullshit will stand . . . so long as he avoids all public challenges to his lies concerning early treatment.

 

Here are some questions put to Tony by doctors who have used the hydroxychloroquine cocktail to great effect

 

Is it true that with regard to Hydroxychloroquine and treatment of COVID-19 infection, you have said repeatedly that “The Overwhelming Evidence of Properly Conducted Randomized Clinical Trials Indicate No Therapeutic Efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)?”

But NONE of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done in the first five to seven days after the onset of symptoms, correct?

All of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done on hospitalized patients, correct?

Hospitalized patients are typically sicker that outpatients, correct?

None of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer used the full cocktail consisting of Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin, correct?

While the University of Minnesota study is referred to as disproving the cocktail, the meds were not given within the first five to seven days of illness, the test group was not high risk (death rates were 3 percent), and no zinc was given, correct?

Again, for clarity, the trials upon which you base your opinion regarding the efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine, assessed neither the full cocktail (to include Zinc and Azithromycin or doxycycline) nor administered treatment within the first five to seven days of symptoms, nor focused on the high-risk group, correct?

Therefore, you have no basis to conclude that the Hydroxychloroquine cocktail when used early in the outpatient setting, within the first five to seven days of symptoms, in high risk patients, is not effective, correct?

It is thus false and misleading to say that the effective and safe use of hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin has been “debunked,” correct?

How could it be “debunked” if there is not a single study that contradicts its use?

Should it not be an absolute priority for the NIH and CDC to look at ways to treat Americans with symptomatic COVID-19 infections early to prevent disease progression?

Here we go again...

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6 minutes ago, IcebergSlim said:

Operation Warp Speed has almost nothing to do with the development of the vaccine...

 

Well, it actually did... but it was a big risk... one that they are hoping will pay off when people start paying for the vaccine.

 

The thing is, if the US had simply chosen the international cooperation route, they would have saved a lot of money AND had a vaccine. And basic measures like mask-wearing and social distancing would have prevented a large number of deaths and cases with long-term effects.

 

Meanwhile, the Chinese have already vaccinated over 1 million people.

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12 minutes ago, IcebergSlim said:

Here we go again...

You've got some imagination there.  You must believe that those questions have been addressed by Tony.  However, I suspect that asking you to provide something to prove it will result in a similar lack of content. 

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1 hour ago, Toldya said:

 

Well, it actually did... but it was a big risk... one that they are hoping will pay off when people start paying for the vaccine.

 

The thing is, if the US had simply chosen the international cooperation route, they would have saved a lot of money AND had a vaccine. And basic measures like mask-wearing and social distancing would have prevented a large number of deaths and cases with long-term effects.

 

Meanwhile, the Chinese have already vaccinated over 1 million people.

They made a pre-purchase, that's it...

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3 hours ago, Bard said:

Apparently, Tony is seen as the covid tsar.  And his bullshit will stand . . . so long as he avoids all public challenges to his lies concerning early treatment.

 

Here are some questions put to Tony by doctors who have used the hydroxychloroquine cocktail to great effect

 

Is it true that with regard to Hydroxychloroquine and treatment of COVID-19 infection, you have said repeatedly that “The Overwhelming Evidence of Properly Conducted Randomized Clinical Trials Indicate No Therapeutic Efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine (HCQ)?”

But NONE of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done in the first five to seven days after the onset of symptoms, correct?

All of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done on hospitalized patients, correct?

Hospitalized patients are typically sicker that outpatients, correct?

None of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer used the full cocktail consisting of Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin, correct?

While the University of Minnesota study is referred to as disproving the cocktail, the meds were not given within the first five to seven days of illness, the test group was not high risk (death rates were 3 percent), and no zinc was given, correct?

Again, for clarity, the trials upon which you base your opinion regarding the efficacy of Hydroxychloroquine, assessed neither the full cocktail (to include Zinc and Azithromycin or doxycycline) nor administered treatment within the first five to seven days of symptoms, nor focused on the high-risk group, correct?

Therefore, you have no basis to conclude that the Hydroxychloroquine cocktail when used early in the outpatient setting, within the first five to seven days of symptoms, in high risk patients, is not effective, correct?

It is thus false and misleading to say that the effective and safe use of hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin has been “debunked,” correct?

How could it be “debunked” if there is not a single study that contradicts its use?

Should it not be an absolute priority for the NIH and CDC to look at ways to treat Americans with symptomatic COVID-19 infections early to prevent disease progression?

Whoever is feeding you this shit has it backwards..

 

It's not about not proving that it doesn't work at onset..

 

Unless you are taking this cocktail prophylactically (as Grifty insists he was, or at least the aquarium cleaner), you'd wait until you develop symptoms and chose to have them diagnosed and confirmed as covid, a lag that can easily exceed 5 days.

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53 minutes ago, IcebergSlim said:

Whoever is feeding you this shit has it backwards..

Sure.  And I'm sure that in your next post you're going to answer at least these questions so that Tony doesn't have to.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

But NONE of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done in the first five to seven days after the onset of symptoms, correct?

All of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done on hospitalized patients, correct?

Hospitalized patients are typically sicker that outpatients, correct?

None of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer used the full cocktail consisting of Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin, correct?

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

So what's the story?

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19 hours ago, king of the county said:

United Airlines flying Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

The flights began Friday

United Airlines Holdings Inc., reportedly began operating charter flights on Friday to better position Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for distribution once the inoculation is approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

 

United Airlines will fly the cargo from Brussels Airport to Chicago.

United Airlines will fly the cargo from Brussels Airport to Chicago. (iStock)

United will fly the chartered planes between Brussels International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport as part of the “first mass air shipment of a vaccine,” supported by the FAA, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The news of securing the charter flights comes as Pfizer has started to lay the foundation to move the vaccine quickly once the FDA and other regulators approve it.

According to the Journal, Pfizer has expanded storage capacity at specific distribution sites in Pleasant Prairie, Wisc., and Karlsruhe, Germany. The drug company plans to use suitcase-size frozen storage in cargo planes and trucks to distribute the vaccine around the world.

Pfizer and United Airlines did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.

United Airlines will be allowed to carry five times the amount of dry ice normally permitted on board to keep the vaccine at the necessary cold temperature.

Other cargo and passenger airlines have also begun preparing for future vaccine shipments, the Journal reported.

 

Previously, Andrew Peterson, assistant professor of philosophy at George Mason University had brought up the complex issue of transporting and distributing the vaccine due to the fact it must be stored at temperatures of minus 70 degrees Celsius or below.

“The logistics of distributing the Pfizer vaccine, if proven to be safe and effective, will no doubt be a Herculean task,” Peterson told Fox News. “Beyond the challenge of physically transporting the vaccine by air and land to distribution centers across America and internationally, there are the additional obstacles of keeping the vaccine at sub-zero temperatures and monitoring deliveries for theft.”

 

Last week, Pfizer and partner BioNTech requested an emergency approval for their coronavirus vaccine candidate in a bid to get it out to the global population as soon as possible.

 

The vaccine has been called more than 90 percent effective in percent effective at stopping people from getting sick during phase 3 trials.

 

Hoodoo Voodoo and all kinda weird stuff.

 

  Rigged study's, we will probably see the real medical situations begin after the vaccines and it will not be anything new, most pharmaceuticals usually create two or three new disease conditions.

 

>>>>>>Zinc, quinine, garlic Vitamin C Vitamin D create 0 new disease conditions, you just pee them out<<<<<,

 

but you ain't going to pee out something that will immediately start rearranging your DNA and these jivers never seem to report anything about the new untested mRNA iCOVID-19 vaccines that are  completely new experimental drugs produced by company's that will have 0 legal responsibility for the product. You get sick from the product and your taxpayer pards pay the bill. That animal testing on previous mRNA vaccines, forget about all that and take an experimental drug that may possibly keep the .000004% of old people from dying after der democrat governors send infected people into their nursing homes etc.

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3 minutes ago, Chongo said:

 

Hoodoo Voodoo and all kinda weird stuff.

 

  Rigged study's, we will probably see the real medical situations begin after the vaccines and it will not be anything new, most pharmaceuticals usually create two or three new disease conditions.

 

>>>>>>Zinc, quinine, garlic Vitamin C Vitamin D create 0 new disease conditions, you just pee them out<<<<<,

 

but you ain't going to pee out something that will immediately start rearranging your DNA and these jivers never seem to report anything about the new untested mRNA iCOVID-19 vaccines that are  completely new experimental drugs produced by company's that will have 0 legal responsibility for the product. You get sick from the product and your taxpayer pards pay the bill. That animal testing on previous mRNA vaccines, forget about all that and take an experimental drug that may possibly keep the .000004% of old people from dying after der democrat governors send infected people into their nursing homes etc.

Give be the Trump cocktail if i get it 

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2 hours ago, Bard said:

Sure.  And I'm sure that in your next post you're going to answer at least these questions so that Tony doesn't have to.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

But NONE of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done in the first five to seven days after the onset of symptoms, correct?

All of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer were done on hospitalized patients, correct?

Hospitalized patients are typically sicker that outpatients, correct?

None of the randomized controlled trials to which you refer used the full cocktail consisting of Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, and Azithromycin, correct?

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

So what's the story?

Hold on...

 

I just answered your question...

 

You fucking idiots just keep rebleating the same inanity..

 

Grifty took Hydroxychloroquine prophylactically.....and came down with Covid, as did his entire inner circle.

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