Posts by Bronk

    possibly he is a disingenuous cunt?

    Man that’s some totalitarian bullshit they’re running with right there. Misinformation is when someone says something THEY believe to be true but is later proven false. DISinformation is deliberate propaganda. They are using that to censor free speech by claiming misinformation about the vaccine is killing people. Do you guys not see what they are doing?? Conservative ideas are being labeled as extremist ideas, they are setting us up.

    Combine that with capitol police going nation wide and....

    Here i another one for ya milomoron.…-trump?utm_campaign=64469

    FLASHBACK: MSNBC hosts spread vaccine misinformation in order to slam Trump

    The adamantly anti-Trump trio has seemingly forgotten that the vaccine they now push for was created by the Trump administration, and they spoke against it.

    In the day and age where spreading "misinformation" about the coronavirus vaccine has the potential to get a user's account suspended from social media platforms, some big-name MSNBC hosts seemed to get away with posting this same misinformation last year to their masses of audiences, dissing a vaccine created by the Trump administration.

    On March 3 of 2020, "All In with Chris Hayes" host Chris Hayes responded to a video former President Donald Trump attending a press conference with the former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar.

    Azar announced that a potential vaccine for the coronavirus had been created in "three days," and that the Food and Drug Administration had authorized the entry of that vaccine into phase one testing.

    Hayes slammed Trump’s "obsession and focus" on the vaccine, adding that it was "nuts."

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    Hayes has since flipped his stance on the vaccine, talking about vaccines on his show while slamming Republicans that haven't advocated for the vaccine enough to his liking.

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    Damn msm making the moron look more moronic.

    A song just for Mr No Name

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    Just a reminder...…oning-vaccines-2020-today

    Biden, Harris lead Democrats' U-turn on vaccines

    "I will not take his word for it."

    Those were Vice President Kamala Harris's remarks last September when asked if she would feel comfortable being injected with a vaccine produced under the administration of then-President Donald Trump.

    Harris, at the time the Democratic vice presidential nominee, qualified her answer somewhat. "I will say that I would not trust Donald Trump, and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about," she said.

    Of course, it was never in doubt that a vaccine authorized for widespread use would have first been greenlit by a "credible source." The end result of Harris's suggestion that Trump himself would have been the sole arbiter of a vaccine's efficacy was to paint the upcoming vaccine itself in a negative light, whether intended or otherwise.

    Harris was not alone. Multiple high-ranking Democrats last year participated in a public push to cast the prospective Operation Warp Speed vaccines as somehow tainted by association with President Trump. Among them was then-candidate Joe Biden, who at a September press conference last year strongly implied that vaccine production under Trump might have somehow been compromised by political opportunism.

    "We can't allow politics to interfere with the vaccine in any way," he said. "Americans have had to endure President Trump's incompetence and dishonesty when it comes to testing and personal protective equipment. We can't afford to repeat those fiascos when it comes to a vaccine.

    "I trust vaccines. I trust scientists. But I don't trust Donald Trump. And at this moment, the American people can't either."

    Around the same time, Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse suggested that even the imprimatur of expert scientists might not be enough to satisfy him that the vaccine was safe. "I would like to say FDA approved and CDC recommended," he told CNN at the time, "but given how those two agencies have gotten screwed up by President Trump, there is an asterisk by that. Unfortunately, they aren't the gold standard any longer, so you need to take a slightly closer look."

    Experts contend that the vaccine criticism coming from leading Democrats last year likely had little effect on the overall trajectory of vaccine uptake across the country. Steven Smith, a political science professor at Washington University in St. Louis, pointed to data from last year that showed Democratic willingness to be vaccinated remaining high while Republican willingness declined through the spring and summer.

    "I do not see evidence that these comments expressing distrust of the Trump administration had much impact," he said. "The comments did not seem to make Democrats particularly distrustful or Republicans less hesitant."

    David Bateman, an associate professor in the government department at Cornell University, echoed that assessment.

    Criticism of the Trump administration's Operation Warp Speed "seems very doubtful to have had any lingering impact given the subsequent pattern of a relatively broader uptake of vaccinations among Democratic constituencies," he said, "especially where state governments, usually Democratic but not always, have both facilitated and encouraged vaccinations."

    Still, the contrast could hardly be more striking between Democratic cynicism about the vaccine program under Trump and the party's aggressive championing of vaccinations under Biden.

    Nowhere is the about-face more evident than in the Biden administration. Whereas Biden and Harris once implied that Americans should be scared to get the vaccine, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki admitted this month that the administration is pushing heavily for social media companies to censor what she called "misinformation" on vaccines and other political issues.

    President Biden himself, meanwhile, this month said the country should mount a "door-to-door" vaccine outreach effort in order to boost flagging inoculation rates, a proposal which generated intense backlash from conservatives.

    Political calculation likely played a role in both the Democrats' original vaccine skepticism as well as their subsequent reversal. During the 2020 campaign it was advantageous for Democrats to downplay the looming success of Trump's Operation Warp Speed, even to the point of making Americans fear it, while now any successes of the program can be more readily co-opted by the Biden administration.

    A slowdown in the U.S. rate of vaccinations, meanwhile, is also potentially driving the Biden administration's aggressive push: Less than one-half of the U.S. has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with vaccine uptake rates having slowed to a crawl over the summer.

    The White House will surely continue to push hard for vaccines — a higher rate would be a valuable trophy for the Biden administration and, by extension, Democrats going into the 2022 midterms. At a press conference earlier this month, Psaki made an aggressive argument against what she said was a widespread disinformation campaign on COVID-19 vaccines.

    The "failure to provide accurate public health information, including the efficacy of vaccines and the accessibility of them to people across the country," she argued, "is literally killing people."


    Michigan Legislature Eliminates Whitmer Emergency Power Law and She Can't Veto

    Michigan today can breathe a lil easier even if you are double or triple masked because Gov. Whitmer can no longer mandate you to wear that mask.

    Last year when the COVID-19 hysteria was starting off, Governors all around the country dusted off archaic laws that were meant to be used for severe emergencies. They started to lock down states, shut businesses, and destroy a thriving national economy. Governor Whitmer here in the Great Lake State wasted no time in using her own dusty law and jumped right into her heavy-handed approach as I wrote about here last week.

    Michigan Legislature Is About to Limit Gretchen Whitmer’s Power as Governor From that article…

    Back in March of 2020, the 49th governor of Michigan, in reaction to COVID-19 being blared as the greatest threat since the last greatest threat we faced, used a rare law to basically shut the state down. The Emergency Powers of the Governor Act of 1945 gives the Guv. superpowers to protect the citizens from things we would normally do on an everyday basis. Here is the wording of the 1945 act…
    Section 1 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 vests the executive power of the State of Michigan in the governor.
    The Emergency Powers of the Governor Act of 1945, 1945 PA 302, as amended, MCL 10.31 et seq., provides that “[d]uring times of great public crisis, disaster, rioting, catastrophe, or similar public emergency within the state . . . the governor may proclaim a state of emergency and designate the area involved.” MCL 10.31(1). The state of emergency ceases “upon declaration by the governor that the emergency no longer exists.” MCL 10.31(2).

    The law was meant as a temporary measure and for it to be used after the initial 28 days she needed the approval of the legislature, which she only received one time. So instead of following the law, she decided to go it alone and cancel the previous order before the 28-day deadline and issue a new one. This continued until October of 2020 when the Michigan State Supreme Court told her to knock it off.

    Well, now the law has been removed from the books for good because of a ballot petition that was started last year to keep this Governor and any future Governor in check.

    From Michigan Rising Action