Bits & Bytes

ASU: [5:22] – Kudos to Arizona State University for not caving to these two Black Karens. Their idiocy is plain in their condemnation of Kyle Rittenhouse for “murdering” (the jury ruled it was self-defense) “people of color” (both of the guys Rittenhouse shot were white).

BABYLON BEE: Californians move to Texas, Episode 5 [6:04].

CHIEF TWIT: I am delighted with the policy changes he’s made so far, but underwhelmed that his gravatar shows him in his “servant of satan” costume. Let’s all bombard him with prayer, okay?

ELECTION: November 8 has already had big consequences for Berkeley County, North Carolina students. At their first meeting, the new board fired the district’s superintendent and attorney, hired new ones, banned CRT, and created a board to review library books for pornographic content.

FAUCI: Thank the good Lord, he is finally GONE. St. Tony used his final WH presser yesterday to lie to us all once again about the safety and effectiveness of the ‘rona jabs.

While he will be out of power, he will not be out of the news. Today, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry are deposing him in their lawsuit against the federal government for allegedly colluding with social media companies to censor speech.

Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki may be next. Missouri and Louisiana filed this landmark lawsuit in May of 2022 and have since received discovery showing that the federal government and the Biden Administration have worked with social media companies to censor speech on topics like COVID-19 and other issues.

FIBONACCI DAY: In mathematics, the Fibonacci sequence is one in which each number is the sum of the two preceding ones. When the sequence begins with 1, it goes 1, 1, 2, 3 etc. IOW, November 23.

MEASLES: Excerpts from the articles linked below are posted here as a compare/contrast with the ‘rona jab – Measles is one of the most contagious diseases known to man. In the decade before 1963 when a vaccine became available, nearly all children got measles by the time they were 15 years of age.

In the United States before the vaccine, there were about 3 to 4 million reported cases per year; of these, about 48,000 required hospital care, 1,000 got encephalitis, and 400-500 died. Nowadays, the CDC estimates that 1 in 4 cases needs hospitalization, 1 in 1,000 get encephalitis, and 1-2 per 1,000 die. Since 2000, the annual number of reported measles cases in the U.S. ranged from a low of 37 (2004) to a high of 667 (2014). The last measles death in the United States occurred in 2015.

Surviving an infection and getting two doses of the vaccine appear to confer lifelong immunity for the majority. However, breakthrough infections do occur, with the duration of protection being longer for acquired immunity than for vaccination. An estimated 5% of vaccinated children lose their immunity between 10 and 15 years after vaccination.

VAXXX: The FAUXTUS administration is embarking on a “six week push” to get more people jabbed, claiming the still-experimental, gene-therapy, not-a-vaccine toxin reduces the risk of hospitalization and death. However, in August 2022, the majority of COVID-19 deaths (58%) were among people who had received at least one jab. Based on past figures and current trends, we can reasonably estimate this to rise.



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