11 thoughts on “Lockdowns Kill”

  1. Real deaths from drugs and fake deaths from “COVID-19” are both advantageous to the left. Looks like everything is going according to plan in San Francisco.

  2. Slightly OT but I haven’t seen this reported anywhere. For the past month or so, I’ve been checking in at the CDC website’s vaccine tracker. I think at the turn of the year, they were reporting something like 17 million vaccinated and then a week or two later 25 million.

    When you check now, it says 2 million vaccinated with two doses and only 15 million with one dose.

    The CDC is fudging the numbers. Since the CDC was hostile to Trump, I doubt they were inflating the vaccination count but for the same reason, they are deflating the count now.

    I’m sure those previously vaccinated will be added back into the total soon, to goose the PR for team Biden.

    1. Another thing, CDC says almost 40 million doses distributed but only 20 million admistered. Why are the states sitting on it and also letting people go out of turn?

      Prior to the inauguration in WA, the state only let 1/3 of the stockpile be administered but the Monday before inauguration, emails went out to seniors saying they could schedule vaccinations. Many of the vaccinations given prior went to people who cut in line and had political connections or belong to groups affiliated with the ruling party.

      1. Welcome to Soviet Russia where there are special stores for the Party members that always have full shelves (unlike the stores for the commoners)…

        1. Do you watch the YouTube series “Bald and Bankrupt”? I recommend it. This bald (and presumably bankrupt?) British guy travels the former Soviet Union looking ruins, eating food, talking to people, discussing history. It’s pretty good.

      2. Another thing, CDC says almost 40 million doses distributed but only 20 million admistered. Why are the states sitting on it and also letting people go out of turn?

        Well on the face of it, that actually does make some sense, since this is a two-dose vaccine. There has to be supply held in reserve to insure people get the 2nd dose in the correct time-frame. Assuming there is a delay in obtaining more vaccine.

        But if the supply continues to ramp (as it should) then the quickest way to inoculating the most people would be to inoculate now and depend on the supply in the pipeline to be available when the 2nd dose is needed.

  3. “Many of the vaccinations given prior went to people who cut in line and had political connections or belong to groups affiliated with the ruling party.”

    Hmmm. Sounds like the first act in a play-written-for-television like a Twilight Zone episode?

  4. The NY Times


    and the WHO now say that the tests given are too sensitive and don’t take into account the number of cycles in the test necessary to detect the virus:

    In fact, when they looked at three sets of testing data from Massachusetts, New York, and Nevada, the Times says that, because of faulty procedures used at every single testing site in the country, “up to 90 percent of people testing positive carried barely any virus” at all.”

    Something Fauci said in January 2020:

    “The one thing historically that people need to realize is that even if there is some asymptomatic transmission, in all the history of respiratory borne viruses of any type, asymptomatic transmission has never been the driver of outbreaks. The driver of outbreaks is always a symptomatic person. Even if there is a rare asymptomatic person that might transmit, an epidemic is not driven by asymptomatic carriers.”

    There is not a single study or meta-analysis that differs from Fauci’s original assessment.

    Of course, Fauci retracted that in July.
    WHO January 20, 2021:

    WHO sent out a notice to lab professionals using the PCR test. It said:

    WHO guidance Diagnostic testing for SARS-CoV-2 states that careful interpretation of weak positive results is needed (1). The cycle threshold (Ct) needed to detect virus is inversely proportional to the patient’s viral load. Where test results do not correspond with the clinical presentation, a new specimen should be taken and retested using the same or different NAT technology.


    This translates to “in the absence of symptoms, a high Ct value means you are highly unlikely to become ill or get anyone else sick in the absence of very recent exposure to an infected person.” Dr. Fauci knew this in July when he said that tests with a Ct above 35 were likely picking up viral debris or dead virus. Even at a Ct of 35, the incidence of virus samples that could replicate is very low, according to Jaafar et al. The only state I know that requires reporting the Ct with every test is Florida, which started this policy in December.

    In short, a positive PCR test in the absence of symptoms means nothing at a Ct of higher than 30, according to the experts interviewed by the New York Times and according to Jaafar et al. Yet positive tests is the number CNN puts on the screen. If the percentage found by the Times in August holds, there have been approximately 2.43 million actual cases to date, not 24.3 million. There is also no way to calculate the deaths from COVID-19 rather than deaths with some dead viral debris in the nostrils.

    All of a sudden…Covid is not the Black Death…as of January 19, 2021

    1. This is actually pretty easy to measure, at least roughly. Hawaii statistically has no excess deaths from COVID. The mainland US has 5x the reported “deaths with COVID”, with statistically obvious actual deaths from COVID. So about 80% of deaths in the mainland that are reported COVID deaths are actual deaths from COVID. Not actually that bad, only off by 20%.

      Data available here:

  5. Changes in shipping (due to COVID, but not “lockdown”) made it harder to get heroin so people started cutting in fentanyl and actual straight poisons as adulterants.

    Junkies don’t OD because they’re depressed (that’s why they’re junkies as often as not, to self-medicate).

    They OD because they got stronger junk than they expected, and their “normal dose” became an overdose.

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