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  1. The Republican Religion August 26, 2021

    Money is God. Steal from the poor and give to the rich. Murder and pillage those who oppose you. Extort those who follow you. Lie in the name of God to spread fear and hate. It’s just good business.
    Amen©

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    • Money is a representation of the life expended to earn it, not GOD. The Mammon god is money, isn’t it now all you Godless communist leftist Luciferians?

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    • The Republican Religion August 27, 2021

      There is no God nor Lucifer. Just godd or evil people.

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    • The Republican Religion August 27, 2021

      Hint: The people voting me down are the evil ones.

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    • Nancy Palosi August 27, 2021

      I’m a good Catholic.

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  2. Like the Left, many men of God are corrupt and dishonest. Like having 3 ethics convictions and having the gall to keep running for political office Like I don’t know.. Justine Pierre Trudeau. But like corrupt men of God, sheep keep loving em. You can’t fix stupid.

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    • OMG. A Trump supporter criticizing others about ethics. Talk about “can’t fix stupid”.

      At least you are giving us a good laugh.

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  3. former Marine August 26, 2021

    Religion is myth information.

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  4. Zzzzz. Not funny. Hey, how about something with Biden? Maybe drooling or tripping as he hauls ass offstage. Or dropping a load in his pants like the toad Nadler

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    • The right can’t do memes. That’s why there are only memes about rightard idiots. Leftist memes rule.

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  5. The Left can’t meme or vote. Biden was an asshat before he was elected. Also just because people think Biden is a demented old man doesn’t make them Trump supporters. 61% of Democrats believe he’s unfit to serve because he IS. Thanks again for that.

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    • Haha, you are reacting like a four year old. Just like Trump. Whant a lollipop? Look, it has a swastika on it.

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    • Funny. So IF 61% of dems think Biden is incompetent, you should ask yourself why they turned out in record numbers to make sure Trump wasn’t reelected.

      Turns out democracy at it’s worst is still better than having a swamp king. Stick with the rule of law. Find a new leader for your party.

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  6. Justine got run out of Surry BC 😂🤣

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  7. 12 days since the Amerikan hostage crisis began. 12 Amerikans dead so far.

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  8. Cobra Cobra Cobra August 27, 2021

    JoHo regime provides Amerikan kill list of Amerikans in country and their familiars.

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    • There is not enough paper for Trump’s killlist. 700,000 people… at least. If this keeps on going he’ll get 1st place in front of Hitler.

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  9. Is that guy still alive or did the virus get him already. I bet he’s an antivaxxer.

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  10. He’s stealing BLM’s lines!

  11. SEND YOUR MONEY NOW TO VivaLaRevolution!.com
    (China thanks you gullible puppets in advance)

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    • That is what your bank account said. Thank you for your support.

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  12. You Biden fan’s are hilarious! You know he’s the worst President in history yet ignore the fact and try to drag the previous President into your defense of Taliban Joe. 🤣😂

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  13. Go take your jab. It will make you more compliant to the New World Orders agenda. There’s a fourth shot coming out in a few months. Then a fifth and a sixth and…. Collect them all for fun and prizes! Sheep 🐑

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    • Take your Ivermax with a good sip of bleach and shut up, moron. Enjoy long-covid. We’ll wait for your report… if you survive.

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    • Oh oh, I forgot. No healthcare in the U.S. … R.I.P.

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  14. Haha. I’m going to be just fine. 99.9% survival rate for my age group and I have 0 co morbidities. Have a beer and relax

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    • Typical American response. Haha, I’m save. I don’t care about others. Let them die. United States of Egomaniacs. You are asocial scum.

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  15. Vaccinated people spread the virus as well. They actually carry more viral load then unvaccinated people. They shed spike proteins that they can share with those around them. Natural immunity is many times stronger and lasts far longer then the few months you get with the vaccine. It isn’t even technically a vaccine, it’s a medical treatment. And they have no idea what the long term effects of multiple jabs is going to be. The studies of this treatment won’t be completed until 2023. These are all facts. Any one with a room temperature IQ can find these facts on the CDC and Pfizer web sites. It’s not miss information or antivax or left or right.

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    • You are a lier, Mister. This shows you are the worst. You wrap your pity lies in a nice box with the truth. You are disgusting.
      Vaccinated patients spread a far less viral load than unvaccinated patients.
      Yes, convalesced patients have the best protections against the virus and the lesser virus load.
      They aren’t immune though. Many people got infected several times in short periods of time. Especialy as variants are bread by antivaxxers everywhere they get infected again and again. And spread the virus again. Same as vaccinated patients. Same as a real infection the vaccine gives your immune system a mug shot of the virus markers. Your immune system learns to know the virus without a life hreatenting infection and is prepared when it comes in contact which the real menace.

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    • Vector vaccines have a long history and are safe nowadays. The “new” mRNA vaccines aren’t that new. They have been used on animals for some time and have been tried as a cancer therapy on humans. They didn’t work well on cancer but work great as a vaccine against viruses. There are no long term effects known. You won’t grow a second head or a tail. The term “long term effects” describes something completely different than many people think. “Long term effects” are the rarest side effects with only become visible in “long term” studies with huge data samples. But those effects happen between the shot and two or three weeks later. “Long” doesn’t mean they happen later in your life.
      Your DNA is not affected by the mRNA vaccines. RNA works in other parts of the cell, NOT the core. It’s more likely to end up with genuine corona DNA in your cell core. Our genome is full of remnants of old viruses our ancestors from the beginning of life had to fight against. RNA operates the outer areas of the cell. The vaccines make some of your cells produce virus markers and your immune systems learns to know them and hunts them down. The number of affected cells is finite as the viaccine is not multiplied. After a few days the process is complete. The vaccine, or what’s left of it, has left your body, the effected cells are gone and your immune system is prepared for the attack.
      You can find these facts on many truthfull websites that are nor left or right but scientific. It’s there for the reading without any implication of your IQ being negative.

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    • Mother Clucker August 31, 2021

      Anon#0 is correct
      Anon#1 and Anon#2 need to learn how to read.
      PBS NewsHour
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      By — Nsikan Akpan

      This chicken vaccine makes its virus more dangerous
      Science Jul 27, 2015 3:01 PM EDT
      The deadliest strains of viruses often take care of themselves — they flare up and then die out. This is because they are so good at destroying cells and causing illness that they ultimately kill their host before they have time to spread.

      But a chicken virus that represents one of the deadliest germs in history breaks from this conventional wisdom, thanks to an inadvertent effect from a vaccine. Chickens vaccinated against Marek’s disease rarely get sick. But the vaccine does not prevent them from spreading Marek’s to unvaccinated birds.

      “With the hottest strains, every unvaccinated bird dies within 10 days. There is no human virus that is that hot. Ebola, for example, doesn’t kill everything in 10 days.”
      In fact, rather than stop fowl from spreading the virus, the vaccine allows the disease to spread faster and longer than it normally would, a new study finds. The scientists now believe that this vaccine has helped this chicken virus become uniquely virulent. (Note: it only harms fowl). The study was published on Monday in the journal PLOS Biology.

      This is the first time that this virus-boosting phenomenon, known as the imperfect vaccine hypothesis, has been observed experimentally.

      The reason this is a problem for Marek’s disease is because the vaccine is “leaky.” A leaky vaccine is one that keeps a microbe from doing serious harm to its host, but doesn’t stop the disease from replicating and spreading to another individual. On the other hand, a “perfect” vaccine is one that sets up lifelong immunity that never wanes and blocks both infection and transmission.

      It’s important to note childhood vaccines for polio, measles, mumps, rubella and smallpox aren’t leaky; they are considered “perfect” vaccines. As such, they are in no way in danger of falling prey to this phenomenon.

      But the results do raise the questions for some human vaccines that are leaky – such as malaria, and other agricultural vaccines, such as the one being used against avian influenza, or bird flu.

      Marek’s disease has plagued the chicken industry, it causes $2 billion in losses annually for fowl farmers across the globe. The virus attacks the brain, spawns tumors in the birds and comes in different varieties or “strains”, which are classified as “hot” or “cold” based on their brutality.

      Andrew Read, who co-led the study, had heard about the severe effects of the hottest Marek’s strains before his lab started studying the disease about a decade ago, but even he was surprised when he finally saw the virus in action.

      “With the hottest strains, every unvaccinated bird dies within 10 days. There is no human virus that is that hot. Ebola, for example, doesn’t kill everything in 10 days,” said Read, who is an evolutionary biologist at Penn State University.

      Clip from the New York Times announcing the a vaccine for Marek’s disease, February 30, 1970. Photo by
      Clip from the New York Times announcing the a vaccine for Marek’s disease, February 30, 1970. Photo by The New York Times.

      In recent years, experts have wondered if leaky vaccines were to blame for the emergence of these hot strains. The 1970s introduction of the Marek’s disease immunizations for baby chicks kept the poultry industry from collapse, but people soon learned that vaccinated birds were catching “the bug” without subsequently dying. Then, over the last half century, symptoms for Marek’s worsened. Paralysis was more permanent; brains more quickly turned to mush.

      “People suspected the vaccine, but the problem was that it was never shown before experimentally,” said virologist Klaus Osterrieder of the Free University of Berlin, who wasn’t involved in the study. “The field has talked about these types of experiments for a very long time, and I’m really glad to see the work finally done.”

      Read’s group started their investigation by exposing vaccinated and unvaccinated Rhode Island Red chickens to one of five Marek’s disease strains that ranged from hot to cold. The hottest strains killed every unvaccinated bird within 10 days, and the team noticed that barely any virus was shed from the feathers of the chickens during that time. (The virus spreads via contaminated dust in chicken coops). In contrast, vaccination extended the lifespan of birds exposed to the hottest strains, with 80 percent living longer than two months. But the vaccinated chickens were transmitting the virus, shedding 10,000 times more virus than an unvaccinated bird.

      “Previously, a hot strain was so nasty, it wiped itself out. Now, you keep its host alive with a vaccine, then it can transmit and spread in the world,” Read said. “So it’s got an evolutionary future, which it didn’t have before.”

      But does this evolutionary future breed more dangerous viruses?

      The close quarters of industrialized chicken farms are breeding grounds for Marek’s disease. Vaccines keep the disease in check, but don’t stop infections or transmission. Photo by Edwin Remsberg/via Getty Images.
      The close quarters of industrialized chicken farms are breeding grounds for Marek’s disease. Vaccines keep the disease in check, but don’t stop infections or transmission. Photo by Edwin Remsberg/via Getty Images

      This study argues yes. In a second experiment, unvaccinated and vaccinated chickens were infected with one of the five Marek’s disease strains, and then put into a second arena with a second set of unimmunized birds, known as sentinels. In particular, the team was interested in a middle-of-the-road strain called “595” and whether it would become hotter.

      It did. The virus spread to sentinel birds nine days faster if it came from a vaccinated chicken versus an unvaccinated one. In addition, sentinels died faster when exposed to vaccinated chickens versus unvaccinated chickens.

      “One way to look at that experiment is that shows vaccinating birds kills unvaccinated birds. The vaccination of one group of birds leads to the transmission of a virus so hot that it kills the other birds, said Read said. “If you vaccinate the mothers, the same thing happens. The offspring are protected by the maternal antibodies of the mother and that allows the virus in the chicks to transmit before they kill the host. So they transmit and kill the other individuals.”

      This trend persisted when the team tried the experiment in a setting meant to simulate a commercial chicken farm.

      “At the moment, the vaccines are working well enough, and you can vaccinate every bird,” Read said. “There are 20 billion birds on the planet at any time; the vast majority are Marek’s vaccinated.”

      However, both Read and Osterrieder worry about what might happen if Marek’s continues to change or if its vaccines were to fail.

      “If the virus continues to evolve, then it could be pretty devastating for the chicken industry, which is suffering quite a bit right now in the U.S. with the influenza virus,” Osterrieder said.

      Like Marek’s vaccines, vaccines for avian influenza are leaky. For this reason, they’re banned from agricultural use in the U.S. and Europe. When bird flu breaks out in these western chicken populations, farmers must cull their herds. However, Southeast Asia uses these leaky vaccines, raising the possibility for virus evolution akin to what’s happened with Marek’s disease.

      “In those situations, they’re creating the conditions where super hot avian influenza could emerge,” Read said. “Then the issues become what does that mean when it spills over into other flocks, into wildlife or into humans. Avian flu is the setting to watch for evolutionary problems down the line.”

      Bird flu isn’t alone. The world’s first vaccine for malaria, which was recently approved by European Medicines Agency, is also leaky. Vaccines for HPV and whooping cough can leak too; however it is unknown if this scenario creates more dangerous viruses for each of these diseases.

      “Our concern here, primarily and foremost, is whether this is going to happen with any of the vaccines that we give to people,” said molecular biology James Bull of the University of Texas Austin, who specializes in the evolution of viruses and bacteria. “But there is a lot we don’t know about how the scenario with Marek’s could apply to newer human vaccines.”

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    • Won’t read it. Using more words doesn’t make your argument better. Leaky or not. No one is willing to risk the death toll for “natural immunity”.

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    • You conveniently forgot to mention that Marek’s virus is very differently behaved from covid, as that utterly destroys your claims.

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    • If that guy worked instead of posting so much blabberish he could have claim to some money. But I guess Mom’s basement is much more comfortable.

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  16. Sounds accurate to me

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