Carnivore Dreams – skepticism – don’t believe it all

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I have read before where people have been notified they were positive when they were never tested.  TRUST ME, this stuff is happening.

My daughter’s husband’s family is from Wisconsin.  His mother and aunt went down to get tested –not because they were ill–just because they wanted to see if they’d had it at all.  They registered at the clinic and waited and waited and finally got tired of waiting and went home.  A few days later they were notified they tested positive.

I’d read about this stuff before, but it’s out of control and we cannot believe everything these people are saying.  They are inflating these numbers, out and out lying., including positive antibody tests with active tests.  More testing is revealing more exposures and antibody positives, but says nothing about severity and deaths.

It’s a lot we are living with right now, but on top of this violence in our cities, we absolutely cannot trust these numbers coming out of these health centers.  This doesn’t mean there is nothing to worry about or we shouldn’t take precautions, especially high risk people, but there is no question this is being manipulated and misrepresented for obvious political reasons.

But happy Sunday, folks.

7 thoughts on “Carnivore Dreams – skepticism – don’t believe it all

  1. Another thing to be on the lookout for is blaming C0V1D-19 for ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome). At the risk of sounding completely nutters, I suspect TPTB are looking for something on which to pin the rise of ME/CFS. Something that’s “out of their control,” so that they can claim plausible deniability.

    Stay healthy, and try treating your body as a temple. (aka: “Do as I say, not as I do.” 😉)

    Blessings!

      1. Just to clarify, I think CV19 may very well lead to ME/CFS, but millions of people (like 20M worldwide) have been silently suffering with ME/CFS long before C0V1D was a thing. My husband has had it for almost 15 years (after suffering HSE), and my young-adult (23) son battles with it constantly, though not as severely as my husband, after he had mono the first time. I suppose any virus can trigger it, but those dang herpes viruses are particularly beastly in that regard.

        I get notifications for any news about CFS, and I’m seeing an upsurge in reports related to CV19 recently. Just something to be cognizant about.

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