Ooh… I’m terrified of this random covidiot guy

So I happened to look at the Facebook messenger requests on my phone and came across this gem:

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Right. Because I’m a shill for big… ahem… reality. Or something. I don’t even remember when I did whatever it was that I did to piss this guy off. But a quick search on Facebook reveals he is a covidiot.

This turns up as the top result when I search for him:

Some people still confuse this for science.

PART TWO: THE DEVIOUS TRICK ~ J. Rappaport

“Now I’m going to go over the vital information again, but this time I’m going to show you how…

The vaccine companies can use the fatal flaw in their protocol design to…

Actually win approval of their COVID vaccine.

Stick with me. This is big.

Only 150 people are needed to make the major clinical trials of a COVID vaccine look like a success.

Out of 30,000 volunteers in a trial, researchers are waiting for 150 people to “come down with COVID-19.” MILD cases. They assume this will happen because they believe the coronavirus is everywhere, and it’ll infect their volunteers.

Of course, their definition of a mild case of COVID-19 is meaningless. Cough plus fever, and a positive PCR test. The test spits out false positives like a rigged slot machine, and the visible symptoms could result from flu, polluted air, or too many candy bars.

Nevertheless, the researchers are waiting for a total of 150 people to “catch a mild case of COVID.” When that number is reached, everything stops.

Now comes the big moment. How many of those 150 COVID cases occurred in the group that received the vaccine, and how many in the group that received the placebo shot of salt water?

Let’s say only 50 COVID cases occurred in the vaccine group, and 100 in the placebo group. The researchers pop champagne corks. They say, “Look, the vaccine is 50% effective at preventing COVID, and that’s all we need to win authorization from the FDA.”

BUT suppose 70 cases occurred in the vaccine group and 80 in the placebo group? No good. No good at all. No way to call the vaccine effective.

Now comes the “reshaping of the data.”

HERE WE GO.

The researchers say, “Wait. Thirty of the COVID cases in the vaccine group were REALLY just adverse reactions to the vaccine. They weren’t cases of COVID. You see, the vaccine can cause symptoms that are indistinguishable from mild COVID. Cough, fever, chills. ACTUALLY, there were only 40 cases of COVID in the vaccine group. Half as many as in the placebo group. The vaccine IS 50% effective. We don’t really need to wait until we have a total of 150 COVID cases. We’re good. We’re golden. We can get authorization from the FDA right now to shoot up everybody in America!”

Vaccine manufacturers HAVE KNOWN ALL ALONG that they could pull this trick.

Why leave things to chance?

Why risk a few hundred billion dollars of profit on a random distribution of mild COVID cases among the volunteers in their clinical trials?

There is yet a further devious twist. The New York Times article I just analyzed torpedoed the vaccine manufacturers for designing their trial protocols to prevent MILD cases of COVID. Why?

Because no one needs a vaccine that can do that. Mild cases are not a problem or a threat. They cure themselves quickly. No vaccine is necessary in the first place.

BUT the definition of a mild COVID case is EXACTLY what the vaccine manufacturers needed. It enabled them to hatch a plan, to make sure they didn’t fail.

They could pawn off a MILD case of COVID on a vaccine reaction. They could fake that without causing ripples. The FDA would say, “The vaccine reactions aren’t serious. All right, no problem. We’ll approve this vaccine for emergency use.”

However…If the manufacturers designed their clinical trial protocol to prevent serious cases of COVID, they would be waiting to see 150 cases of really sick people to occur. That might never happen.

If it did happen, and the manufacturers had to pull their devious switcheroo trick and blame the vaccine for some of these SERIOUS cases…

They would have to tell the FDA that their vaccine was causing life-threatening pneumonia; and the FDA, under a lot of scrutiny these days, would find it very difficult to overlook that.

FDA: “We can’t approve this vaccine. It could cause a few million cases of dire pneumonia…”

The vaccine companies didn’t make a titanic stupid mistake in their protocol design. In gearing the protocol to prevent MILD COVID cases, they did what they did on purpose. It allows them to “reshape their data” and win FDA approval for their vaccine.

These companies have no intention of failing, starting over, and spending a year recruiting 30,000 new volunteers. They want success and money now. They want to win the race.

And they could win, if the truth isn’t known and shared widely.”

I’m not really sure what he’s trying to say… some dastardly plot to force vaccines on everybody? God forbid we all become immune to the novel coronavirus. I don’t even remember when I interacted with him online – maybe I shared his nonsense to mock it? Who knows? If you go ahead and look at his profile, it is chockablock with mad conspiracy theories, not to mention his photos all feature that same totally-not-a-crazy-person crackerjack smile from ear to screwball ear.

Anyway, it was a nice breath of fresh air from all the hot girls who message me who totally aren’t really Nigerian scammers who forgot to clean out their photos and sometimes their original names.

Full disclosure: I have great fun mocking people who threaten me to my face, so don’t get too excited about threatening me online. The thing is, if you’re going to hit somebody (for example), you hit them. You don’t say, “I’m going to hit you”. If someone is going to hurt me I won’t know until I wake up with a concussion or don’t wake up at all… Anyone who threatens me with words… only has words. Words are cheap. I have some too and I’m willing to play keyboard warrior too for a few minutes, although it really is no comparison to laughing in some loon’s face.

And by the way, any (threat or hate) messages that get into my inbox unsolicited are considered worth sharing with the whole world. (Unless you’re a friend or even a stranger who asks for advice, unsolicited, regarding your addiction. I do get those too and I never share them with anybody. If you’re asking for help, your messages are 100% confidential and they stay between us.)


Readers… do you too get your inboxes blown up with loon balloons? Or is it just me?

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