Nothing more need be said.
He got 125 days for possession of 2 extended magazines in DC. And then 30 more days for burning a BLM flag because it was a racist act. OK, now look at the picture.
Regarding the magazines, there was no associated weapon present nor ammunition, he was just delivering the magazines to a purchaser who he was meeting at the protest.
And they’re happy to be of service
Of 570 arrested, 40 charged with conspiracy, most of the remainder, trespassing.
It turns out that President Trump, who also planned to get out of Afghanistan. had a plan to leave in an orderly manner, and had assembled and funded the team to carry it out. But, in his lust to purge everything Trump from government, Biden defunded it and replaced it with hopes and good intentions, and no plan.
File this under ‘something I should have seen but didn’t.’
So, why did so many vaccinated people test for COVID, but still not get sick?
Intramuscular vaccinations stimulate strong IgG antibodies and cellular immunity which protect you from serious illness, but they don’t result in high IgA antibodies which are found in nasal and other mucous.
Nasal spray vaccines and natural infections do stimulate IgA more effectively.
So, COVID, especially Delta, take hold in the nasal passages and throat, so you test positive, but the disease doesn’t get much beyond that.
That explains a lot. but I’ll still get my booster when I can.
20 years to get ready and the Afghan army collapses like wet cardboard.
Maybe some things might have been handled better but I’m not going to criticize Biden over this. The truth we is that had we left 15 years sooner or stayed 15 years longer, the outcome would be pretty much the same. Continue reading “A tragic end to an endless war.”
The gist of the article is that evidence is pouring in of a strong, though unexpected, link between vaccines, in general, and protection against Alzheimer’s.
It appears that activating the immune system, regardless of the targeted microbe, also activates the removal of the plaques associated with cognitive decline.
That would help explain why Alzheimer’s seems to be paradoxically more prominent in countries with better sanitation and less exposure to infectious disease.
If you haven’t read Kerry Dougherty’s blog today, you should.
The outbreak in Massachusetts was not a representative sample of the country as a whole, and it is doubtful that national policy should be guided by an event that involves closer contact than our everyday interactions.