Democrats hide the truth

The Democrat press and Nancy work to hide the truth on Dementia Joe

During an alleged hot mic session, Pelosi says of Biden, “No, we don’t want him to talk”

Biz Pac Review comments in a 30 August 2021 article and exposes a possible indication of who really may be running the White House.

Actor James Woods tweeted out a clip of President Biden as he was cut off during a virtual feed in March by Nancy Pelosi as she allegedly asserted on a hot mic, “No, we don’t want him to talk.”

“And I’m happy to take questions if that’s what I’m supposed to do Nance. Whatever you want me to do,” Biden said in the clip while addressing the House Democrats 2021 Issues Conference. This part actually happened and was verified at the time.

NoWeDon'tIn the clip Woods shared, Pelosi allegedly stated unknowingly while on a hot mic, “Am I on? No, we don’t want him to talk.” At that point, Biden was supposedly cut off from speaking. This was ironically after the president urged Democrats to help “restore faith” in government.

The newly surfaced video clip is suspect for a number of reasons including the cadence of Pelosi’s speech at the end. It also lacks credibility because it took so long to appear. The original incident occurred in March.

It’s possible that the clip was spliced together to make Biden and Pelosi look even worse but you can’t tell for sure.

The footage serves to highlight the fact that Biden has repeatedly stated that he’s being told who to call on and what to say. He’s also losing his temper with reporters and rudely turning his back and walking away when asked questions he doesn’t like.

For instance, at a press briefing on Hurricane Ida, Biden said he wasn’t supposed to take questions but took one anyway. “I’m not supposed to take any questions, but go ahead,” he told White House reporter Jennifer Jacobs.

(Read more at Biz Pac Review)

Almost everyone with a conservative bone has noticed Joe’s “I’m not supposed to” comments

Joe’s “I’m not supposed to” comments beg the question: “Who is really calling the shots for the guy sitting in the Oval Office?”

Other childhood illnesses, not a new variant of COVID, may be driving up hospitalizations for children

CDC and West Virginia health professionals warn of early rise in RSV infections

WV News reports in a 22 August 2021 article that points to the deadliness of RSV infections among young patients.

With many focused on rising cases of COVID-19 caused by the Delta variant, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and West Virginia health-care professionals are urging parents to also be aware of the risks to babies and other at-risk children and older adults posed by infections from respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.

Some providers have also expressed concern about the risk of co-infection with RSV and COVID-19.

RSV infections are most common in the winter months in West Virginia, but cases have been on the rise during the summer months of 2021.

In June, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a health advisory warning of increasing RSV infection rates in parts of the South after more than a year with unusually low rates. The reduced rates were attributed to the adoption of disease mitigation measures implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

RSV infection rates began to increase in late March in some areas of the country as people began to return to normal activities, according to the advisory.

The advisory called for broader testing for RSV among patients with acute respiratory illness. The advisory also reminded health-care professionals, child-care providers and long-term care facility staff to avoid reporting to work when experiencing symptoms, even if they tested negative for COVID-19.

“I do not have statistics about local RSV rates. However, we are seeing numbers which may be similar to pre-pandemic,” said Dr. Parth Bhatt, a pediatrician with Bridgeport Pediatrics. “We may attribute drop of RSV last year to mask-wearing and physical distancing for COVID-19. There were cases of RSV in 2020, but [they] were fewer.”

The rise in cases over summer is atypical, as RSV usually occurs in the late fall through early spring months, Bhatt said.

He urged parents to be aware of the risks associated with RSV.

RSV is a virus causing respiratory illness, affecting the nose, throat and lungs. It is highly infectious, and almost all children get the virus at least once before age 2. While the majority of cases bring only minor cold-like symptoms, the virus can be more dangerous for some, including infants under 12 weeks old; babies less than 6 months old who were born prematurely; formula-fed babies; smoke-exposed babies; children with underlying medical conditions like chronic lung disease, certain heart defects, allergies or eczema or weakened immune system from cancer, organ transplant or immune-suppresive medications, Bhatt said.

In its health advisory, the CDC even warned parents of older children to be watchful.

(Read more at WV News)

At one hospital, payments for reporting COVID cases may be blurring the lines

When talking to medical professionals I know, they say that they are told to report only COVID cases. It seems there is a bounty attached to the number of COVID cases reported.

CDC expects 2020 outbreak of life-threatening acute flaccid myelitis

The CDC reported in a 2020 article that it expected an outbreak of life-threatening acute flaccid myelitis.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) anticipates that 2020 will be another peak year for cases of acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), an uncommon but serious neurologic condition that affects mostly children. The disease has peaked every two years between August and November in the United States since 2014.  Enteroviruses, particularly enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68), are likely responsible for these peaks in cases.

CDC released a new CDC Vital Signs report to alert health care providers to a possible outbreak this year. This Vital Signs report reveals a delay in care for some patients in 2018: 35% of patients were not hospitalized until two or more days after limb weakness. AFM can progress rapidly over the course of hours or days, leading to permanent paralysis and/or the life-threatening complication of respiratory failure in previously healthy patients, so delays in care can be serious.

This Vital Signs report is intended to provide an anticipatory alert as we prepare for a possible outbreak this year.

Parents and doctors should suspect AFM in patients with sudden limb weakness, especially during August through November. Recent respiratory illness or fever and the presence of neck or back pain or any neurologic symptom should heighten their concern.

Pediatricians and frontline providers in emergency departments and urgent care centers should be prepared to quickly recognize symptoms of AFM and immediately hospitalize patients. Timing is critical at each step—prompt AFM recognition leads to optimal medical management and early specimen collection. When health care providers recognize symptoms as soon as possible, there is a better chance of detecting the cause of AFM, which might help predict the outcome. Other laboratory tests and an MRI of the brain and spinal cord can distinguish AFM from other conditions with limb weakness.

AFM is a medical emergency and patients should seek immediate medical care, even in areas with high COVID-19 activity. It is not known how the COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing measures may affect the circulation of viruses that can cause AFM, or if COVID-19 will impact the health care system’s ability to promptly recognize and respond to AFM. If social distancing measures decrease circulation of enteroviruses this year, AFM cases may be fewer than expected or the outbreak may be delayed.

(Read more at the CDC)

Did you year one word of this during 2020?

Did you hear a report on any life-threatening disease other than COVID during 2020?

Is it possible that COVID has become a Democrat hammer to pound the rest of us?

COVID and the COVID “vaccine” are now reported to have effects on young adults

Heart problems in youth have become more common after Covid-19 than after vaccination

The New York Times reported in a 25 August 2021 article that COVID and the COVID “vaccine” had deleterious effects on young peoples’ hearts.

The Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine is associated with an increased risk of myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, a large new study from Israel confirms. But the side effect remains rare, and Covid-19 is more likely to cause myocarditis than the vaccine is, scientists reported on Wednesday.

The research, which is based on the electronic health records of about two million people who are 16 or older, provides a comprehensive look at the real-world incidence of various adverse events after both vaccination and infection with the coronavirus.

Although the study did not break down the myocarditis risks by age or by sex, the median age of people who developed the condition after vaccination was 25, and 19 of the 21 cases were in males, the researchers reported.

In addition to myocarditis, the Pfizer vaccine was also associated with an increased risk of swollen lymph nodes, appendicitis and shingles, although all three side effects remained uncommon in the study. Coronavirus infection was not associated with these side effects, but it did increase the odds of several potentially serious cardiovascular problems, including heart attacks and blood clots.

“Coronavirus is very dangerous, and it’s very dangerous to the human body in many ways,” said Ben Reis, a co-author of the new study and the director of the predictive medicine group at the Boston Children’s Hospital Computational Health Informatics Program.

He added, “If the reason that someone so far has been hesitating to get the vaccine is fear of this very rare and usually not very serious adverse event called myocarditis, well, this study shows that that very same adverse event is actually associated with a higher risk if you’re not vaccinated and you get infected.”

The data arrived in the middle of an intense discussion among federal regulators about the risks of myocarditis and pericarditis, which is inflammation of the lining around the heart, in younger recipients of both the Pfizer-BioNTech and the Moderna vaccines, concerns that very likely led the Food and Drug Administration to negotiate larger pediatric trials with the vaccine makers this summer in the hopes of adequately assessing the risks before a possible emergency authorization for younger children. The companies are studying lower dosing in children to alleviate some of the risk.

In their review of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, regulators paid close attention to an American health care claims database, which found that the risk of the conditions in 16- and 17-year-old vaccinated boys could be as high as 1 in 5,000. The cases in the database were unconfirmed, the F.D.A. cautioned in an analysis published this week, but they were considered a reasonable estimate of the possible risk. Even in the worst-case scenarios of post-vaccination myocarditis and pericarditis modeled by the F.D.A., the benefits of vaccination still outweighed the risks, the analysis said.

The study was one reason the F.D.A. said this week that after its licensure of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine, Pfizer would conduct studies of myocarditis and pericarditis risks in people who received the shot, including long-term outcomes for those who fall ill after vaccination.

Israel’s vaccination campaign, which relied on the Pfizer vaccine, got off to a fast start; by May 24, nearly five million people, or roughly 55 percent of the nation’s population, had received both doses of the vaccine.

The new study, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, is based on an analysis of the electronic health records of Clalit Health Services, the nation’s largest H.M.O.

(Read more at the New York Times)

Prior to this report, my experience of reports of myocarditis in the athletic young were associated more commonly with the jab

Prior to this article in the Times, we had:

After over a year and a half of reporting a link between heart troubles in youth when those youth get the mRNA vaccination, why do they now report that both COVID and the mRNA vaccination may lead to heart problems in younger patients? Is this supposed to inspire trust in the jab? Is this supposed to lessen the amount of hesitancy people feel about the jab?

As for myself, I took the gamble and have had two vaccinations and am scheduled for a third. However, considering my age and somewhat sedentary work arrangement, that was a calculated risk.


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