“THE GREAT RESET: Davos & the Plot to Cancel Trump” – Remnant TV
So, you’re not a fan of Donald J Trump? Heck, I am not even a US citizen. I originally thought the guy was a bit of a buffoon and beyond that, didn’t really care. Recent events have not made me a fan of Trump, exactly. BUT I now see that he is a more important piece in the Global Chess Game than I really ever considered. Perhaps you will agree with me if you watch this 26 minute video to the end… It shows quite a few links between some power players – few of whom have been elected democratically.
NYC Councilman Paul Vallone credits Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 recovery
Notice how this is in the New York Post (equivalent of the Sun) rather than the NY Times…
By Jon Levine August 8, 2020 | 8:52am | Updated
A Democratic New York City Councilman says hydroxychloroquine saved his life after a near-fatal run-in with COVID-19 in March.
Paul Vallone, who represents northeast Queens, took the drug along with a standard Z-pack — given for bacterial infections — and came back from the brink almost immediately.
“I couldn’t breathe, very weak, couldn’t get out of bed. My doctor prescribed it. My pharmacy had it. Took it that day and within two to three days I was able to breathe,” Vallone told The Post. “Within a week I was back on my feet.”
Though Vallone went public with his coronavirus diagnosis in an April 1 Twitter post, saying he was experiencing “mild symptoms,” his actual condition was considerably more severe. Vallone’s initial prognosis was particularly grim, as he also suffers from sarcoidosis, an auto-immune disease that attacks his lungs.
“We were in panic mode when I went down because I didn’t have a lot of immune response,” he said. “I needed something to stay alive.”
Hydroxychloroquine “worked for me.”
Vallone’s brother Peter, a former City Councilman and a current civil court judge in Queens, also became a convert after his brother’s illness.
“I guess all those doctors who are prescribing it are right. This drug is already on the market and the patent is up so it’s cheap. A new drug won’t be. So big money does not want this drug to be used. Always follow the money,” Peter Vallone said in a May 12 Facebook post, sharing a link to an NYU study touting the drug.
FDA warns against using malaria drugs to treat coronavirus
“[It] saved my life,” Paul Vallone said in the comments.
Hydroxychloroquine, a Malaria medication which has been on the market since 1955, came back into the spotlight this year as a potential pandemic miracle cure. President Trump has frequently touted the drug and even took it himself for a time to help ward off the virus — and has been criticized for it.
“You’d be surprised at how many people are taking it, especially the frontline workers before you catch it. The frontline workers — many, many are taking it,” Trump said in May.
The drug has proven controversial. In June, the Food and Drug Administration declared hydroxychloroquine “unlikely to be effective in treating #COVID19.”
Scientific studies about the drug’s efficacy have been mixed.
Paul Vallone, however, remains grateful for the president’s advocacy.
“At that time, there was only fear and panic, he offered hope in a possible treatment when there was none. With my sarcoidosis and then my COVID symptoms, It basically saved me. For that my family will always be thankful,” he said.
Gov. Noem explains how South Dakota kept COVID cases low without locking down
From Aug 4th – but it’s wrong, however, to characterise it as a “left/right” issue.
What works is not doing anything different to what was done in previous years’ flu seasons.
Face Mask – Side Effects
Yet the Daily Mail, of course, still won’t print/tell the truth.
Dentists declare ‘mask mouth’ a new phenomenon as they see an explosion in patients suffering from tooth decay and gum disease after wearing face coverings
· Two top dentists in New York City say mask-wearing makes people breathe through their nose and subsequently causes their mouth to dry out
· This results in a decrease of saliva in the mouth, which works to neutralize acid and prevent tooth decay and gum disease
· ‘Gum disease will eventually lead to strokes and an increased risk of heart attacks,’ one dentist claims, saying the long-term effects can be serious
· Doctors have largely debunked other conspiracy theories about mask-wearing, including claims they trap the coronavirus and make infection more likely
Mystery Illness in Schools
Joe Imbriano’s video may be a bit of a “muddle up” – but the news reports of outbreaks of “mystery illnesses” in several US schools (in recent years) are worth knowing about, if one considers, as he implies, that new Wi-Fi and 5G equipment could have been installed while schools are/were empty. Perhaps it’s putting “2 and 2” together to “make 5” – but we have already seen how the mainstream media have tried shut down discussion of the possible or even likely negative health effects of using 5G in populated areas.
Imbriano doesn’t have strong evidence to link the incidents to 5G tests or installations, but again, it is worth being aware of.