It was some six months ago that reports first started circulating on the dubious accuracy of the tests used to determine whether one had contracted the Chinese virus. They were dismissed as the concoctions of conspiracy theorists. Well, now it seems that either the tin foil hats have found their way to THE NEW YORK … Continue reading Phoney Tests for the Fake Pandemic
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There is a reason science is a process and until you understand something you should keep your ******ned mouth shut.Especially when all you have against 40+ years of hard science is computer models. Massssskss was one of them. I warned early on that physics said masks could not work if the virus was in aerosols or transmitted in feces, no matter whether the … Continue reading More Problems with the Fake Vax