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Thinking Points Memo, Jan. 29, 2022
Here are my latest thinking points:
Censorship always backfires
Twitter deplatformed most of the critical thinkers. Now it’s just an echo chamber for blue check bougiecrats to congratulate each other on how much they agree with each other about everything.
Meanwhile the critical thinkers started their own Substacks. Substack rewards long-form writing and thinking. It turns out that our team is great at that. We never actually liked short form — we were just on Twitter to get our message out.
Now the intellectual gap between the extraordinary thinkers and writers on our team and the mindless zombies on Team Pharma has become a chasm. And Substack articles are shared more widely than Tweets and seen as more credible (because they reflect more serious thinking).
So Twitter did everyone a favor and brought forward the day when we will win.
Make it stop
The regulatory state
The person who gave us the opioid epidemic (that kills more Americans every year than the Vietnam War) is still in charge of the FDA.
The person who gave us the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic (that has killed more Americans than all foreign wars combined) is still in charge of the NIAID.
The person who covered up the autism epidemic is still in charge of the NIH.
Biden spent all of his political capital going after the dozen people who were correct early on about the pandemic. And now he’s 20 points underwater. Funny how that works.
Apparently Surgeon General Vivek Murthy’s entire job is to tell social media companies to censor the truth about the pandemic. The NY Times did not even mention Murthy in their long article on Biden’s First Pandemic Year and he is not listed as a member the six-person team that makes decisions about coronavirus. It speaks volumes that the top doctor in the country spends all of his time covering up the crimes of the cartel.
There is no such thing as “Vaccine Inequity(TM)”
Weird how central Africa, with almost no access to the miracle unicorn sauce, is doing so much better than the developed world when it comes to the ‘rona. I wonder what they are doing differently that we could learn from? 🤔
A red wave is coming
Yup. 14% swing in voter identification in less than a year. Americans do not like fascism (regardless of what CNN says).
According to the Gallup organization, 47 percent of Americans now identify with the Republican Party and 42 percent with the Democrats. That sounds ho-hum: one party doing a tad better than the other. But the Gallup numbers may portend a political earthquake….
When Joe Biden took over from Donald Trump a year ago, Democrats held a 49-to-40 advantage. From nine points up to five points down in less than a year — it is one of the most drastic reversals of party fortune that Gallup has ever recorded.
28 Days Later
I did not have ‘weaponized monkeys on the loose after truck crash in Pennsylvania’ on my 2022 bingo card but here we are. 😬
The Food and Drug Administration removed two monoclonal antibody therapies from its list of approved treatments for COVID-19 this week. Citing clinical data, the FDA said in a statement that it has found two of the treatments “are highly unlikely to be active against the omicron variant, which is circulating at a very high frequency throughout the United States.”
Um, who's gonna tell them about the vaccines?
If the Jesus-loving Canadian truckers save us from global Pharma totalitarianism, that would be a surprising yet fitting end to this crazy drama. Let’s gooooooo! 🙌🙏✊
I miss logic
Dems shooting themselves up with experimental gene therapies like they were vitamins...
and having meltdowns in public over a Nobel Prize winning medicine that is safer than aspirin.
I wish it made sense but it doesn’t.
Keep on rocking in the — oh never mind
Neil Young, don’t let the door hit ya in the *ss.
In the comments, please let me know what’s on your mind.