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Awesome resource collection and wonderful gift to the resistance, big time thanks!

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Very big platform for Dr. McCullough. You can feel the tide is turning. People who were once asleep have at least one eye open now. Thank you for the overview and compiling this all in one place. An excellent page to bookmark for reference and for people to share with the skeptical and uninitiated.

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Dec 15, 2021Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

Wow thank you for this. I read//listen to Dr. McCullough myself, every chance I can. I am also a physician. I think maybe the only way to get the allopathic medical community to change is for patients everywhere to stand up and demand it.

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Wish more physicians could speak up. In your opinion, is there a real threat to medical licenses if they do? My physician follows the FLCCC (etc) protocols and has been pretty outspoken, but I know there are those who would have him destroyed.

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Yes doctors can suffer reprisals, seems to depend on the state where you practice. I unfortunately practice on the west coast; I googled ivermectin prescriptions and my state’s medical commission has publicly stated it will investigate complaints it receives regarding doctors prescribing ivermectin, and pharmacies have been threatened also so many will not fill prescriptions of ivermectin. This is deeply disturbing to me, and I think Dr. McCullough is spot on in nearly everything he says ( although I haven’t viewed the JRE episode yet). Nevertheless I am resolved to be honest with my patients. I like the FLCCC protocols too; sounds like you have a caring physician who thinks for him/herself.

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I’m so sorry your hands are tied. I am so very grateful for my physician. I tell him often. We all need to keep making noise. People are waking up. Best of luck to you.

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Agree on the “making noise”. However, even though my patients may not be able to fill a prescription for ivermectin or HCQ that I have written, I think there are many other things that can be done. I tell every patient I have vaccinated or no, to get tested and get treatment with the monoclonal antibodies if they test positive. These really work. I read the trials and I also read the emergency use authorizations. Did you know that the first EUA was issued in November 2020? Here’s another example of the incredible malfeasance of our healthcare experts: I could not find a single recommendation by Fauci for anyone to get monoclonal antibody treatment until August 2021, after the governor of Florida Stood up his monoclonal antibody treatment centers. Thus, people died because of this. You don’t even have to mention IVM or HCQ, you can just use this example. I recommend people adhere to the whole protocol that either FLCCC, Dr. Zelenko, or other of the leading providers of our world recommend for self treatment of Covid. Also, it is possible to get ivermectin from naturopaths. I have a patient who did this. Thank you for your interest and support. We need this!

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Could...speak...up....? They are obliged to, and abrogating that is grounds for legal action.

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You can definitely catch covid twice. That claim should be clarified.

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If the CDC had a shred of evidence that a person who had a confirmed case of Covid, caught it again, and spread it to someone else, that is all the CDC would talk about for months. They have zero evidence of that.

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But the claim was that "You cannot catch COVID-19 twice. Period." We have studies showing that you CAN be infected more than once but it is usually mild:

https://www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMc2108120

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PCR tests can pick up anything if amplified too high, and also it picks up fragments of prior infection. "Primary infection was defined as the first PCR-positive swab. Reinfection was defined as the first PCR-positive swab obtained at least 90 days after the primary infection." BTW, it's a letter to the editor.

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That's just the most recent study. Even the huge Israel study doesn't claim that unvaxxed can't get reinfected. We need to be very precise with our claims to avoid being discredited.

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Bart - I do agree with you 100% on this point. But I find it incredible the amount of energy expended to make sure our “I’s” our dotted and “T’s” crossed. Meanwhile the President is STILL on TV claiming if you get the vaccine you can’t spread Covid and everyone just shrugs their shoulders.

The fact that the CDC can’t produce evidence of a person getting a confirmed second Covid case and transmitting it to someone is very telling to me.

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Peculiar phrasing you have there, so let me start with you: Define covid.

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Well I suppose that all 1,300 reinfected could potentially be false PCR positives but the 4 that were hospitalized with covid symptoms and a PCR positive would seem to qualify as valid reinfections.

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I have little to no faith in anything the coming from the CDC. However in some of the foreign reports on the Omicron variant I think it has been noted that here have been people infected with Covid twice.

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Dec 15, 2021Liked by James Lyons-Weiler

I used to have full faith in the CDC. Just two years ago it never would have dawned on me to doubt them.

Now? If they told me the sun is coming up in the East tomorrow morning, I would get up and double check. I wonder if they have any idea what they have burned down.

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I believe the claim should be exactly what CDC said: no documented evidence that this has occurred. I believe it is possible but rare (in the real sense of the word, not the AEs sense).

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Only if you had the vaccines.

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There are plenty of studies showing that unvaxxed can get reinfected. The good news is that it's usually not severe.

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Interesting points. I tend to think it's the flawed use of PCR testing that has been amplified way too high and would thus pick up viral fragments (antigen footprint) remaining in the body for several months post-illness. It can also pick up viral fragments of any other virus you may have had in the recent past.

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Perhaps you could send the CDC an email with links to those studies?

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I think we are still confusing the two different claims that you "cannot catch COVID-19 twice" versus catching covid twice AND spreading it to someone else. We still don't have evidence of a reinfection *spreading* it to someone else.

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That's a good point. I read too fast and missed that.

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We're not confused. CDC is. You don't catch COVID-19. It's a disease diagnosis. CDC still has everyone confusing "PCR Positive" with "disease diagnosis". So, to break it down: people are testing positive for a long time following SARS-CoV-2 virus. So some people will test positive twice due to one infection. The first "Case" will likely have not been COVID-19 due to false positives on the PCR. Also, to spread the virus, you need high viremia. While everyone can be infected again, only those w/out sufficiently broad immunity can spread the virus. So, people who are "sick twice" probably didn't have COVID twice, and people who are vaccinated have as high viremia in the nasopharyngeal tract as the unvaccinated who never had a SARS-CoV-2 who are newly infected, but those who have natural immunity do no develop high viremia, so are unlikely to "get sick" (i.e, have COVID-19 disease), and are also unlikely to spread SARS-CoV-2. Hope that clarifies. CDC's terminology is as clear as mud.

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Thank you. Very helpful.

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This is worthy of a separate post, if you can elongate it a little. Sometimes people need concise explanation in plain words to reinforce all the data and "science" they are fed.

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Thanks for pulling this all together in one spot! It makes it so much easier to share or bookmark for future reference.

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Thank you for this. I posted the JRE episode on my FB page (and attached this post) and got crickets. This line has been drawn so deep. Those who drank the Koolaid do not want to know that they have been duped. And I'm not trying to prove that - just trying to show why I don't need a jab. (I have had C.) But there is very little interest on their part.

Was at a holiday happy hour last night (no masks) and a woman rudely asked me why I wasn't jabbed. Then she asked, "So why am I wearing a mask to protect the unvaccinated?!" I laughed in her face (three drinks in) and told her the unvaxxed don't give two s**ts if she wears a mask or not. Don't wear a mask for us!

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This summary is a keeper! Thanks for compiling. I also caught his mention of MOI being that when infected, the fat cells create IL-6, explaining why obesity is such a risk factor.

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Thank you so much for this helpful collection of resources!

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You legend

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Rumble deleted the video

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You can presently find it on bitchute. It's more than 2.5 hours long.

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thank you, I shared on Facebook and the fake checkers aka opinion pushers say that they know better than you doctors...

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McCullough killed it. His interview on the Darkhorse podcast was also excellent, and the last part of the conversation was killer. How did such a nice guy become such a force to be reckoned with?

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Would it be possible to be reinfected with Omicron if one had Delta or an earlier variant? Dr. John Campbell just talked about high reinfection rates in his recent video about "South Africa Omicron" video. Since Dr. McCullough says no reinfection I think he means you can't have the same variant twice?

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That IS an epic interview, possibly the most important explanation to date, of the dangers of the whack-scene. Joe Rogan is such a good interviewer, he has a good heart. So glad he is unjabbed too and publicly so.

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Thank you for collating these!

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