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pizza_lawyer 1 point ago +1 / -0

Right, and in that study, I read that no outcome was reported for 238 of the 270 total test subjects. Only 32 responded.

That means, of the 32 pregnant women who responded, 26 of them reported that their babies died, 5 reported 'outcome pending' which I guess means they were still pregnant at that time, and only one reported a normal birth. That's 81 percent by my math.

Given the large number of people who didn't respond, it is very likely that the remaining women had similar results, which may explain why they intentionally reported it this way. 26 deaths out of 270 doesn't sound nearly as bad as 26 out of 32.

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pizza_lawyer 4 points ago +4 / -0

No booster issues, but an employee just told me her teenage grandson was admitted to ICU today for appendicitis. It's supposed to be the size of a pinky finger, his was the size of a large avocado. Doctors gave him no explanation for the reason, except that this kind of change didn't happen overnight, it had likely been swelling for many months. Now his blood pressure is dropping and he can't urinate.

Why is this relevant? He began losing a lot of weight 4 months ago. He's not active and wasn't trying to lose weight, just said he wasn't hungry. Guess what else he did 4 months ago...yep, clot shot, not J and J, but one of the others. Co-incidence?

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is great, where can we watch the trial?

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pizza_lawyer 1 point ago +1 / -0

If SOME of the athletes in the videos DO NOT have the vaccine, doesn't that mean some DO have the vaccine? Or at least we don't know the vaccination status of the other athletes? And wouldn't that be circumstantial evidence that the vaccine could have been related to the collapse of otherwise healthy athletes?

This is a self-own if I've ever seen one.

What's sad is ever since the buzzfeed phenomenon of putting opinion conclusions in factual headlines, no one but us reads articles anymore. Just headlines.

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

I see both points, and tend to agree with you. This might be a little click baity, but with the amount of manpower these companies have there's no excuse to allow this to go on, assuming they want to stop it that is. I saw someone post on PW how is it possible that we can scrub the internet of any mention of the word "Ivermectin" but we can't get rid of child porn for some reason...

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pizza_lawyer 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wow, that is legit scary. My friend told me he thinks Epstein didn't kill himself, but pizzagate and wayfair was fake. I asked him how long he spent researching it and he said "an hour." When I explained that criminals must use code and specific meet-up places, whether online, or on a street corner, to do business since they can't advertise like a legal business he just dismissed me since "he researched it" and found nothing. Maybe this is why.

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pizza_lawyer 1 point ago +1 / -0

First, that really got ten million for trying to shoot someone else?!?!

Second, convictions in WI must be unanimous. Since Kyle is the defendant, all 12 jurors must return a guilty verdict for him to be convicted. That means we only need one patriot, or frankly one honest and brave juror to holdout, for a mistrial to be declared. FYI

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pizza_lawyer 5 points ago +5 / -0

seriously, one state in India, which has more people than Florida, California, NY, and TX combined, cured COVID by aggressively recommending and supplying Ivermectin for early treatment, but here, we have pfizer's CEO on CNN telling people it should be a crime to spread 'false information' about his vaccine.

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pizza_lawyer 7 points ago +7 / -0

I've had the polio argument used against me too. I respond by saying "Didn't they spend a lot more time researching it before everyone started taking it.

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pizza_lawyer 6 points ago +6 / -0

These sickos parade their little freak mentally ill children around like designer dogs. It's a mark of status to have a tranny kid to most liberals.

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

What's wrong with kids these days? The parents.

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

I love how the picture is admittedly a stock photo. It would have been so easy to include a picture of the "hundreds of people" who supposedly attended, but that would have doxxed all the federal agents and paid agitators so they didn't.

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pizza_lawyer 3 points ago +3 / -0

As much as I don't want to believe it, I have to agree. Dictators and communists never get "voted" out.

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm kind of thinking 4 and 5 myself. The cheating was soooo blatant in 2020 and in the GA senate runoffs that I can't imagine them not continuing unless someone was stopping them or they had another reason.

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pizza_lawyer 4 points ago +4 / -0

Bring a picture of your friend and ask if they remembered him before telling them what happened. It will make a much bigger impact if they see his when they realize what they did.

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pizza_lawyer 3 points ago +3 / -0

That's what I was thinking too!

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

"You have anything else you want to say?"

"Absolutely!" After giving a perfect 2 minute rant on the state of the country. This guy is great!

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

Daytona Beach area. I got it, but had to pay privately, insurance was the problem. CVS refused to fill it at all, insurance or not.

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pizza_lawyer 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol, I thought about replying back, "Only a thousand dollars to save my life? I'll take two!" Instead I just smiled and waited for them to sort it out.

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pizza_lawyer 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yeah I've heard about that from other posts here. I'm going that route from now on.

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