Cover for No Agenda Show 1382: super-mutation
September 16th, 2021 • 3h 23m

1382: super-mutation


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M5M is Dying
Mandates and Marketing
People like living by the numbers, but don't know how to interpret them
Nazis never left our country
Data emerge showing more differences between COVID vaccines
Recent data suggests that Moderna's coronavirus vaccine may maintain a higher effectiveness over time than Pfizer's.
Between the lines: Pfizer was the first vaccine authorized for use in the U.S. and began being administered several weeks before the Moderna vaccine.
"Because of the way the rollouts happened, the oldest and most vulnerable and sickest people, like nursing home residents, got Pfizer," said Cornell virologist John Moore.
That means it's possible that some of the effectiveness gap showing up in some studies is a result of Pfizer being administered earlier and in more vulnerable populations.
However, the large CDC study that found a significant difference in the vaccines' effectiveness found that Moderna's was higher across all ages.
Possible reasons for the difference include that Moderna has a much higher dosing regimen than Pfizer, and the second shot is given after a slightly longer interval.
And, while the vaccines are both made using mRNA technology, they have structural differences.
Minaj black balls tweet
"They want you to get vaccinated for the Met. if I get vaccinated it won’t for the Met. It’ll be once I feel I’ve done enough research. I’m working on that now. In the meantime my loves, be safe. Wear the mask with 2 strings that grips your head & face. Not that loose one," she tweeted afterward.
Minaj added that her cousin's account of his friend getting vaccinated had also influenced her decision to not get inoculated.
"My cousin in Trinidad won’t get the vaccine cuz his friend got it & became impotent. His testicles became swollen. His friend was weeks away from getting married, now the girl called off the wedding. So just pray on it & make sure you’re comfortable with ur decision, not bullied," she tweeted.
Queensland BOTG
Just listened to your segment about covid in Australia. Thought I would give you an update, I am living in the Sunshine Coast, just north of Brisbane, I believe there have been about 10 covid cases in total, and maybe 1 or 2 deaths, not sure as I can't find regional data.
Queensland has had a total of 7 deaths with Covid.
Queensland, has one of the most extreme reactions to covid, almost on par with New Zealand. In the south east we currently have a mask mandate for everyone over 12 who is inside public spaces, except if your eating or drinking. And the boarder is completely closed even to Queensland residents, non-queenslad residents cannot enter the state. Queensland residents can entre by plane, and need to do 14 days hotel quarantine. These current restrictions came from 4 or 5 cases, I cannot imagine what they would do if we had hundreds of cases daily.
In Australia the Federal liberal (Republican) government is fighting the states to keep them open. Queensland has a Labor government, similar to your Democrat. So Queensland has the communist government, NSW, who are deploying the military onto the streets to enforce crazy restrictions have a Liberal government. Victoria is Labor, so they are all fucked. The really crazy part is that the Qld policies are actually popular with allot of people here, not sure how bad things will need to get before people wake up and smell the horse shit.
The sunshine coast had a person with covid, in their life, wandering around going to every place you can imagine, and there were no cases as a result. There has not been a single locally acquired case in over a year but we are still required to mask up. Everyone I know is either fully vaccinated or getting vaccinated.
I believe that the fear generated by the threat of Covid without any contact with it is more potent and even more divisive.
Hope this is interesting to you
Sir Captain Morgan
Sir Jobiwan company questionnaire unvaccinated
Berenson Booster FDA Data
The FDA just released its briefing book for Pfizer’s request for a third dose of Comirnaty (or is that BNT162b2? No matter! It’s approved either way, sorta).
It is every bit the mess we all expected.
Let’s go to the highlights:
Pfizer basically hasn’t bothered to test the booster AT ALL in the people actually at risk - it conducted a single “Phase 1” trial that covered 12 people over 65. The main Phase 2/3 booster trial (beware efforts to cover multiple “phases” of drug research at once, you want it bad you get it bad) included no one over 55.
No one.
As in NONE.
Which makes total sense - why test the booster in people who actually need it because they’re at high risk from the ro? Nothing good can come of that.
So that’s our trial design.
Now safety:
Of the 300 people who received the booster, one had a heart attack two months later. No worries, Pfizer concluded it wasn’t related. Yay!
Five percent of recipients had enlarged lymph nodes.
How about effectiveness?
Well, we don’t have enough data - or any data, really - telling us how well the booster will work.
But the FDA made Pfizer go back and review its data from the pivotal clinical trial from last year. Pfizer compared people who received the vaccine with those who received the placebo and THEN the vaccine (the best we can do at this point, since Pfizer blew up the trial by giving placebo subjects the vaccine, double-yay!)
Pfizer concluded that your annual risk of getting Covid-19 IF YOU ARE VACCINATED is about 7 percent.
“An additional analysis appears to indicate that incidence of COVID-19 generally increased in each group of study participants with increasing time post-Dose 2 at the start of the analysis period.”
But don’t worry, Uncle Joe already told you you can get your booster on September 20. If it’s good enough for our fearless leader, it should be good enough for the FDA, amirite?
Social Sentinel spying on the kids
Here in Chesterfield County Va, every kids is issued a chrome book, the school has software on these chromebooks which tracks all of their activity. Which I don’t care about because it is their property and they can do what they want. HOWEVER!!!!! When they kids connect their phones to the chromebook via a USB charging cable (to charge their phones) the software scans their phones and checks up on all of their phone data. I told my son to let his phone completely discharge if you must, but under no circumstance should he attach his phone to the chrome book.
Healthcare Collapse
Travelling Nurses
You guys have talked about the nursing shortage a little bit and I just wanted to offer some insight that I don't think has been brought up yet. My spouse is an ER doctor at a hospital in the south and tells me the nursing shortage is due to nurses being offered more to be traveling nurses than to work regularly at one main hospital. She showed me a screenshot from a group chat where nurses were being offered $8300/wk (housing stipend, per diem, $1100 before tax deduction). This kinda irked her because she said some traveling nurses are earning more than doctors. And to qualify as a traveling nurse you only have to be 50 miles outside of your home area. So an Austin nurse can go to Killeen or Waco and earn big bucks. At the hospital she works at, she's constantly complaining about not having enough nurses, and this doesn't account for any mandatory vax issues they're dealing with (she's vaxxed, had C-19 before the shot).
Another note is that at this particular hospital, she says they don't pay the in-town nurses enough so they leave, but to make up for the staffing shortfall they bring in traveling nurses and pay them the higher rate, which doesn't make financial sense to me.
Healthcare Professional Responds to doctors suck
Hippocratic oath: Yes - we say a truncated form of the oath upon graduation from medical school. The entire version is long and makes references to not charging for education (ha! doesn't quite work out for the average medical student who has an educational debt around $250,000)
Please stop saying that doctors suck and nurses are what are saving healthcare! A doctor has a minimum of 11 years of training during which time they are going into debt, then earning minimum wage, giving up their prime partying, reproductive, and earning years to take care of people. Being a doctor is no longer the lucrative profession it was and you have a far greater chance of being well off as an RN than an MD if you calculate debt to earning timing and ratio. Ex. certain specialty nurses in Portland make more than the average hospitalist physician, are part of a union, only require 2-4 years total of schooling, get regular breaks, may work 3 days a week, average maybe 45k in debt, and are ready to work in their 20s. I'll stop there as RNs are VALUABLE team members, but in no way is their role similar to physicians - is no way is their training similar - and is in no way do they have nearly as much "skin in the game".
There is an important caveat to above - John's beloved Indian physicians whom he often refers to as his doc of choice. India is the biggest exporter of physicians, has an entirely corrupt and mismanaged education system, is well known for bribery, and is viewed as a profession rather than a calling. I'll leave it at that as I have some great Indian colleagues and some not-so-great BS'ing, short-cutting, wouldn't want my loved ones cared for by them colleagues.
Missed public health opportunity of enormous magnitude: You can draw a linear graph correlating someone's BMI/obesity with probability of developing severe COVID. There is a direct correlation with diabetes and the chance of developing severe COVID. This is what needs to be told to the American public!
State Dep - Blinken
Military - Milley
Fauci - COVID
USAG - USOC and FBI for Gymnasts
Biden - For being dead
Instagram bad for girls - Also a Mueller FBI takedown
Would you let your child he a child star?
Is this CIA??
Ivermectin etc
Grotesque conflicts of interest on NIH ivermectin non-recommendation
However, NIH has gone to extreme efforts to avoid stating whether a vote was held to endorse the ivermectin non-recommendation. This includes fighting a Freedom of Information Act request in federal court. A deceptive non-vote would constitute an atrocity. NIH has also been secretive about the composition of the working group that proposed the ivermectin non-recommendation. The names of those individuals were redacted by the NIH from a document obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request for the agenda of a meeting considering ivermectin.
However, the group responsible for the ivermectin non-recommendation has been discovered through a FOIA request to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The FOIA response shows that the working group has nine members. Three members of the working group, Adaora Adimora, Roger Bedimo, and David V. Glidden, have disclosed a financial relationship with Merck. Merck has campaigned against the use of ivermectin in COVID-19. A fourth member, Susanna Naggie, had an extraordinary potential conflict of interest. She received a $155 million grant for the study of ivermectin following the non-recommendation. Funding for the study would have been difficult to justify if the drug was recommended for use in COVID-19. It is not known, however, if the panelist was aware of that opportunity or was planning to apply for that grant at the time of the deliberations on ivermectin.
The Biden Administration is metering how many doses of Regeneron are sent to Texas
While we were preparing for our emergency response to Hurricane Nicholas yesterday, I received some news that not only disappointed me but to be brutally honest it infuriated me. 
For over a month Montgomery County has been hosting a regional monoclonal antibodies infusion center. Successfully doing over 2,000 infusions. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated patients have received infusions at this facility. All of our patients to my knowledge have successfully gone on to beat COVID without complications or the need for hospitalization.
All of this came to a halt yesterday. As of yesterday the Biden Administration is metering how many doses of Regeneron are sent to Texas and thus limiting how many are sent to the Montgomery County location. Telling Texas to reduce its use of the therapeutic treatment that has literally been saving lives and reducing hospitalizations.
Now I’d like to think this is because of a supply issue and it will be temporary at best. But it’s not. The manufacturer has confirmed supplies are ample but due to the Defense Production Act, the White House and it’s agencies are the only entities who can purchase and distribute this treatment.
So less than a week after the president tells us his patience is wearing thin and he is mandating vaccines to millions of Americans his administration limits and all but removes a non-controversial and highly successful treatment from our war chest of combating this virus.
I have repeatedly said that I am pro vaccine choice and support your individual rights to determine whether the vaccine is right for you. I believe the unconstitutional mandate will be struck down in federal court but while we wait for those cases to make their way through the system we can’t just stop treating people vaccinated or not with a proven therapeutic. Mr. Biden has gone from dangling the proverbial carrot, with his so called national strategy to combat the virus, to throwing out the carrot and favoring the stick instead.
I will not stand for this and no one in Montgomery County or Texas for that matter should either. I will be reaching out to our federal congressional delegation in the coming days to seek their help at reversing this deadly position in favor of keeping every tool in the war chest available for use for every citizen not just the presidentially favored vaccinated ones.
Supply Chains
Stolen cars up 30% and catalytic converters up to $500
State of the Auto Industry
The Purge
Climate Change
Get Ready for the Blackouts - WSJ
Three things are weakening the grid. One is the rush to add renewable energy sources such as wind and solar, which depend on amenable weather to function. Second, over the past few years, numerous coal and nuclear plants that provide baseload power and help keep the grid stable have closed. Third, regional transmission organizations such as Ercot in Texas and Caiso in California are mismanaging the system. They are not providing enough incentives to ensure reliability such as providing payments to generators that have on-site fuel storage.
Renewable energy promoters don’t want to admit that wind and solar are undermining the grid. But the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, a nonprofit trade group, said in a report last month that “changing resource mix” is the most urgent challenge for reliability. The group says America’s electric generation capacity “is increasingly characterized as one that is sensitive to extreme, widespread, and long duration temperatures as well as wind and solar droughts.”
The decline in reliability is especially important because President Biden has said he wants to “decarbonize” the power industry by 2035, a move that will likely require retiring all coal- and gas-fired generators in the country. In addition, activists are demanding more reliance on renewables and “electrifying everything,” including industry and transportation. Yet the grid is struggling even under existing loads.
AOC will look good with a shaven head
I'm concerned M5M will die before we do

Clips & Documents

All Clips
+CBS This Morning - anchor Gayle King - Hillary Clinton we should be more concerned about internal threats (1min17sec).mp3
ABC ATM - anchor Andrew Dymburt - apple update needed -israeli spyware (21sec).mp3
ABC ATM - anchor Andrew Dymburt - facebook has different rules for users in VIP program (24sec).mp3
ABC ATM - anchor Andrew Dymburt - leader of al-qaeda resurfaces in video (28sec).mp3
ABC ATM - anchor Mona Kosar Abdi - democrats propose corporate tax hike (23sec).mp3
ABC ATM - anchor Mona Kosar Abdi - potty training cows to fight climate change (27sec).mp3
ABC ATM - anchor Mona Kosar Abdi - resurrecting the woolly-mammoth to fight climate change (16sec).mp3
Apple security alert.mp3
Biden - FEMA has approved 33 grants.mp3
Biden can't remember Scott Morrissons name PM australia.mp3
Blinken Deep State-SWEETENED.mp3
BNC - CBS’ New Competition Show The Activist To Air in October.mp3
CBS Evening News - anchor David Begnaud - cybercrimnals harass victims to steal valuable usernames (1min36sec).mp3
CBS Evening News - anchor David Martin - gen. mark milley was worried trump would start nuclear war (1min50sec).mp3
CBS Evening News - anchor Holly Williams - war in yemen continues (2min2sec).mp3
CBS Evening News - anchor Jeff Pegues - capitol fencing and cameras up ahead of J6 rally (1min42sec).mp3
CBS Evening News - anchor Jonathan Vigliotti - internal documents suggest instagram is harmful to teens (1min19sec).mp3
CBSN - anchor Anne-Marie Green - 6 capitol police officers facing disciplinary action for jan 6th (35sec).mp3
CBSN - anchor Debora Patta - iran & UN watchdog reach deal (37sec).mp3
Child Porn in class OHIO.mp3
China's Evergrande collapses.mp3
COVID crises actors in OZ.mp3
Dog amygdala problems - treatment device - electricity wtf.mp3
Dog amygdala problems - treatment device - electricity wtf.mp3
Doug McGregor One TC.mp3
Doug McGregor two TC.mp3
Elder disputes Newsome recall vote - MSNBC Nicole Wallace sez GOP men lack masculinity.mp3
gymnasts testify 3 ESPN.mp3
gymnasts testify One ESPN.mp3
gymnasts testify two ESPN.mp3
ISO Happy days.mp3
ISO SMorgasbord.mp3
Ivermectin Chicago 2 kicker WGN.mp3
Ivermectin Chicago kerfluffle1 WGN.mp3
laser printed house.mp3
Mark Miley report One ABC.mp3
Mark Miley report two ABC.mp3
N Korea bad storystructure ABC.mp3
NBC Nightly News - anchor Lester Holt - Bill Nelson new lunar mission returning to surface 2024 (37sec).mp3
REDUX - Jan 24th 2008 episode 11 - Where did flu come from and vaccines.mp3
sirhan sirhan 2(2).mp3
sirhan sirhan 3(1).mp3
sirhan sirhan one intro(1).mp3
tik tok girl and exosomes.mp3
TMZ themes ARCHIVE.mp3
Trump calls gen. mark milleys claim in new book treason if true (13sec).mp3
Youth Climate Anxiety - Launch of global study promo.mp3
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