How I Know the Pandemic is Over
Conflicting messaging from Biden and HHS is nothing new. Thank goodness that I have proof the pandemic is over.
At a recent auto show in Detroit, MI, Biden noticed that hardly anyone around him was wearing masks. Using this real-world data, Biden quipped that the pandemic was over.
HHS lost its mind and tried to backtrack the messaging, as did the official narrative minder Reuters; both agencies decided to counter Biden’s “over” message.
Since the whole PCR-based debacle is still with us, and CDC has yet to issue an adjustment factor for false positive PCR tests, the number of bona fide COVID-19 cases is still unknown. The number of actual COVID-19 hospitalizations is unknown. And the number of real COVID-19 deaths - deaths due to disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus - is unknown.
Reuters wants to take you down a 3-min reminder of all of the messaging from April 2020 - citing (as if it is known) that the number of deaths from COVID-19 is at an all-time minimum since April 2020. The Reuters video starts with a reminder that the US is still under a declared “Emergency” - without researching whether the actual numbers qualify the current situation as an Emergency.
Reuters does point out that it is likely that over 95% of Americans have some form of “immunity”, without acknowledging the massive amount of evidence on antibody-dependent enhancement, which I have reviewed extensively in articles here on Popular Rationalism.
Reuters also show pictures and WHO dude Tedros Ghebreyesus, and a video of lame-duck Fauci imploring that we’re not quite there yet while insisting that we’re “heading in that direction”. Keep in mind that opinion is the weakest evidence. Ironically Fauci discusses how the pandemic will be over when COVID-19 will no longer “dominate” our social lives.
The proof I have that the pandemic is over?
Our local convenience store has removed the hanging plastic shields at the check-out.
What’s your real-world proof that the pandemic is over? Share this, as always, and leave a comment.
I went into the Bedford New Hampshire Whole Foods Market yesterday and saw very few masked faces.￼
I live in the South which is very big on hugging friends and acquaintances when you see them. There's lots of hugging going on again!