A 70-year-old woman out for a walk in the open air is handcuffed and arrested by 5-6 German Covid police and hauled off to jail for not wearing a mask. The elderly woman said she just out walking and maintaining her distance. Bystanders complain loudly when she is cuffed and led away. One man remarks that they should be arresting the person who caused the problem, German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Merkel was a leader in the communist youth movement of East Germany and certain other communist organizations.
This Univision report attempts to make the case that illegal aliens should receive Covid stimulus checks from the U.S. government, subtitled in English. One woman goes so far as to exclaim that all “citizens” in the Country, documented or not, should receive Covid stimulus checks.
Subtitled in English.
In recent weeks, the number of Covid-19 cases has soared in San Diego County from about 350 per day to 3-5 times that rate. The graph of hospitalizations and ICU admissions below would seem to reflect that same rise. But looks may be deceiving. The local media has been screaming about how the hospitals are overflowing. However, you have to read the fine print under the graph.
They changed the way they count the number of hospitalizations with Covid-19. The increase in hospitalizations and ICU admissions may reflect just the way they count and not a real rise in hospitalizations and ICU admissions. The local sensational media does not read the fine print by just reports that hospitalizations are zooming and our County Health officials do not go out of their way to correct the misunderstanding. After I posted this blog, I heard a County Supervisor, Nathan Hatcher, say in an Covid-19 update that this new counting procedure was mandated by the federal government. So, it is apparently nation-wide, if counties are following CDC guidlines. You can see that statement at 12:25 in this video.
It is difficult to read the fine print on the above image. You can click on the image to get a larger view, but I have reposted it below in larger letters. The important part is highlighted in yellow.
Data are preliminary and subject to change; data from hospitals reporting directly to County of San Diego; census for San Diego County non-federal hospitals; includes cases and suspect COVID-19 patients for San Diego County residents and non-residents; *Starting 10/31, COVID hospital census numbers will show an increase due to to change in the hospital census definition. Previously, COVID-19 hospitalized patients stopped being counted as a COVID-19 hospitalized patient after ten days. Now, they continue to be counted as a COVID-19 hospitalized patient for their entire stay in the hospital. Prepared by County of San Diego, Emergency Operations Center, 11/28/2020
It states that previously Covid-19 admissions were only counted for 10 days, but starting on October 31st they were going to count all Covid-19 patients, as long as they are in the hospital. It sounds like pantients with other serious health issues can recover from Covid-19 and still be counted as a Covid-19 patient. This could produce an significant rise in the number of hospitalizations. Covid-19 is generally a mild illness and patients recover quickly. If a person enters the hospital with Covid-19 and other serious issues, but Covid-19 is not the main issue, after ten days the illness is probably going to be resolved. If the person dies, even from some other cause, presumably they will also be counted as a Covid-19 death.
You cannot say that all of this rise in hospitalizations and ICU admissions is caused by the change in counting procedure, but it would very well seem that much of it could be, if not all.
This results of a paper by a student was posted in a student publication, the Johns Hopkins Newsletter. The student compared the number of deaths among older people from year to year and found no difference in number of deaths due to Covid-19. The paper was quickly retracted, because the result does not fit the official Covid-19 narrative.
I am not claiming that the results or accurate or not, just presenting it for you to read, yourself. Whether it is correct or not, it should not be censored. Let people decide for themselves, like adults. Below is an excerpt from the paper:
Surprisingly, the deaths of older people stayed the same before and after COVID-19. Since COVID-19 mainly affects the elderly, experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths in older age groups. However, this increase is not seen from the CDC data. In fact, the percentages of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same.
The reason we have a higher number of reported COVID-19 deaths among older individuals than younger individuals is simply because every day in the U.S. older individuals die in higher numbers than younger individuals, Briand said.
Read the entire post in the newsletter here:
A lawsuit was brought against California Governor Gavin Newson for governing by fiat. A reporter asked him at this press conference, whether he had been governing by fiat and whether he would moderate his behavior in the future. News replied, “We only did what was appropriate.”
Kevin Kiley, one of the two Assemblymen bringing the lawsuit, reported that Newsom’s attorney said that the prinicpals of the American system, “only work well in theory”.
At the trial, Gov. Newsom’s attorney said these principles – separation of powers, republican government, and the rule of law – only work well “in theory.” I’d say over two centuries of American history show they work pretty well in practice too. – Assemblyman Kevin Kiley
For updates on the trial of Gavin Newsom, would suggest liking Kevin Kiley’s Page. Assemblyman James Gallagher is also a plaintiff in the lawsuit.
On April 23, 2019, as Covid was just starting to spread in California, Governor Newsom said in response to a question by a reporter from Bloomberg that he saw the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity to make political change, to bring about a new progressive era.
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In his early press conferences, Newsom also mentioned frequently the need for “prescriptive solutions”. Below are some synonyms for “prescriptive”.