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COLNE68601 7 points ago +7 / -0

I'd guess that most providers weren't aware or willing to consider that these products were causing injury, so they would be biased against reporting. They would be more likely to gaslight the injured into not reporting it as an side effect. It would therefore stand to reason there are probably a greater percentage of bad batches than 5%.

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COLNE68601 2 points ago +2 / -0

Perhaps Biden has hidden some classified documents in there?

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COLNE68601 3 points ago +3 / -0

Our government health agencies fight every FOIA request. They stall as long as possible, and use every legal trick available to avoid responding to legitimate requests for information. They resist providing information for medical products which have been mandated for children to be able to go to school. This alone should be enough to wake people up to the corruption in our medical system. If the product is as safe as they claim, they should have no problem producing the data to back up their claim. They should proudly present their evidence, but they don't because they know it's a bunch of bullshit.

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COLNE68601 4 points ago +4 / -0

Why stop at the entertainment industry? Mainstream media should go on strike too. That'll teach us!

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COLNE68601 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm surprised Cochrane hasn't been infiltrated by deep state stooges yet. They are one of the few respectable scientific organizations remaining.

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COLNE68601 4 points ago +4 / -0

Not sure why I typed it in all caps. Sorry I blew up.

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COLNE68601 8 points ago +8 / -0

TYPO "MOTHERUCKERS"

YES, I'M SLIGHTLY AUTISTIC

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COLNE68601 12 points ago +12 / -0

Apologies if this has been posted here recently. I never really thought about this event when it happened. I wasn’t really awake yet. I remember being surprised how little airtime it got. Couldn’t believe they didn’t try harder to use it to push gun control. Now I know why.

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COLNE68601 4 points ago +4 / -0

#thankspfizer was trending by vaccine injured. Some posted videos of Tremors. Losers started posting twerking videos mocking people claiming to be vaccine injured. Duo Lingo decided it would be funny to post a GIF of their mascot

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COLNE68601 4 points ago +5 / -1

Delete their app and let them know why you did on Twitter

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COLNE68601 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm sick of these douche bags playing social justice at the expense of conservative America.

Going to cancel our Direct TV streaming service. They had been calling it D stream, which made me chuckle. The only thing I watch on it is Tucker Carlson and Bongino's Saturday night show. Occasionally a college sporting event.

When I want entertainment, I watch fishing videos, shooting videos, survival videos, and homesteading videos. I wish more content creators would put their videos on Rumble so I could stop using YouTube also. I've been leaving comments urging creators to start posting their content on Rumble.

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COLNE68601 2 points ago +2 / -0

I can't watch the video because I'm at work, but I'm surprised from the screenshot that they have most of their clothes on.

Here's a wild thought; What if they recreated the events in a new video that would be less incriminating? Do we know if there was proper chain of custody on this footage?

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COLNE68601 5 points ago +5 / -0

I don't shop at Whole Foods much, but I do buy organic produce when available. I do it for the perceived reduction in industrial agricultural contaminants such as glyphosate. I believe glyphosate is a problem for me personally, and most likely causes health problems for everyone. Glyphosate is known to kill bacteria. I believe it damages healthy gut bacteria, allowing room for unhealthy bacteria to flourish. Our gut produces a lot of the hormones that help to regulate our mood. If our gut isn't healthy it can cause anxiety, depression, mood swings, etc. Seems like everyone suffers from these types of issues now. Perhaps the widespread use of glyphosate on our food is the reason. Or maybe it's a small part of an overall toxic environment we've created. I do what I can to minimize my exposure to things such as glyphosate, fluoride, etc. I don't go overboard about it, but I feel like reducing my intake of industrialized food products has definitely improved my health.

A couple other points:

Amazon has only owned Whole Foods since 2017, so these stories from 2010 have nothing to do with Amazon. I think Whole Foods had honorable intentions in providing better food to people. Is it expensive? Yes. Is it worth it? Depends on who you ask. Has it been corrupted since being acquired by Amazon? Probably.

These stories were published in 2 of the most corrupt media outlets, so I tend to question everything about them. If they tell me not to buy organic foods from Whole Foods, my first thought is: Who would benefit from convincing me not to shop at Whole Foods?

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COLNE68601 4 points ago +4 / -0

I talked to anyone who would listen, which was sadly very few. I got tired of watching their eyes start looking for somewhere else to be the moment the subject came up.

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COLNE68601 2 points ago +2 / -0

Federal agents posed as customers to catch them. They haven’t arrested a single fucking Epstein customer, but they’re out there tracking down people for saving children’s’ lives. Disgraceful.

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COLNE68601 3 points ago +3 / -0

How do they select a Prime Minister in New Zealand? I'm guessing the party in power gets to appoint another deep state stooge when the other one cracks under the pressure. That's why socialized democracies suck. The people keep getting stuck with another person that was just like the other person they hated. I'm thankful we live in a Constitutional Republic. It isn't perfect, but it beats the hell out of what happened in New Zealand.

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COLNE68601 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'd be willing to bet some dickhead at Google overrides LaMDA when questions contain certain keywords.

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COLNE68601 6 points ago +6 / -0

No, the reports of lives saved are pure propaganda.

Here’s Alex Berenson destroying one of them: https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/the-dumbest-most-dishonest-argument

TLDR: The paper absurdly pretends the infection fatality rate is roughly 2% when it is actually about .3%.

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