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  1. Until you produce otherwise, the assumption will stand. I've dealt with people like you on a number of tinfoil hat topics, and his list is entirely accurate. You've been asked for sources, and have failed to produce. A common theme with you lot. Yet, the people who have been responding to you have on numerous occasions provided sources to back up their claims.
  2. Well, technically he should have said Pfizer's vaccine has been fully approved. Thing is, Moderna's vaccine will not be that far behind. Also, there is a meeting regarding use of the Pfizer shot for children aged 5 to 11 at the end of the month. Also EAU is an approval. Health Canada has approved. The vaccines are not being given to people without regulatory approval. FACT https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-approves-first-covid-19-vaccine FDA Approves First COVID-19 Vaccine Approval Signifies Key Achievement for Public Health
  3. 1) The Phase 3 trials involving tens of thousands of participants were in their final stages this time last year. Here is Moderna's phase 3 trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, involving 30,420 participants. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa2035389 So, they had clinical data on a very large scale. Not the same, at all, to that regarding Ivermectin. Like at all. What you are referencing here is phase 4 clinical trial and post-marketing surveillance trial. ALL medications undergo this after they become available to the general public. Here is a little info on them. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3148611/ Thing is for vaccines, "long-term" effects really are not a thing. The overwhelming majority of adverse events with vaccines occur within 60 days. Go back and dig into the reports of people who reported the blood clot issue. Happened to them within weeks. Billions of doses have already been given. We've looked into it. The vaccines are orders of magnitude safer than getting Covid. It isn't even close. We are coming up on 1 year that the general public has been getting shots in the arm. This calamitous "long-term" effect should have shown itself by now. Bueller??? Bueller???? Bueller??? 2) So you admit that even the data that is out is inconclusive at best. That there is no clear data that Ivermectin is safe and effective. So you admit it fails to qualify as a legit treatment. Awesome sauce.
  4. No clinical data means that there is no evidence as of yet. I'm fully aware of clinical trials that are under way. I really don't care which way the evidence goes. If the evidence says the treatment is good, then mainline it into me if I get covid. If the evidence says it's trash, then keep it away from me and everyone else. It is irresponsible and unethical to give treatments that have no clinical trials demonstrating their safety and efficacy unless it's a participant in said trial. Maybe in some extreme case, maybe.
  5. Anyone can make a report to vaers as it is a passive reporting system. Can anyone make death certificates and report causes of deaths?
  6. Let's deal with this. No large scale clinical trial has shown ivermectin to be safe and effective in treating Covid. Anecdotal evidence be damned. So there really isn't evidence that it works. Outside of participating in the clinical trials, it is unethical to prescribe untested medicine. Hydroxychloroquine has been thoroughly trashed as a treatment. Inconclusive treatments like vitamin supplements are just that. Inconclusive. If they really did anything, it would be conclusive.
  7. No. Delta is more contagious and appeared in India in late 2020. That is what we are dealing with. Combined with the fact that even 10% unvaccinated represents hundreds of thousands of people. It is highly likely that vaccination rates North of what measles needs are what's needed for us to get a handle on things. Weakened immune systems? Nope.
  8. Me thinks this may be why TRUMP wanted Biden to invoke executive privilege. https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-news/exclusive-jan-6-organizers-met-congress-white-house-1245289/ EXCLUSIVE: Jan. 6 Protest Organizers Say They Participated in ‘Dozens’ of Planning Meetings With Members of Congress and White House Staff Two sources are communicating with House investigators and detailed a stunning series of allegations to Rolling Stone, including a promise of a “blanket pardon” from the Oval Office
  9. A movie set would be the exception. The video makes it clear that the normal procedures were not followed. The actors and set crew are reliant on the armourer and AD getting it right. This didn't happen here.
  10. Real weapons, guitars can be used as PROPS in a scene. (I mention guitar for what happened in "The Hateful 8") The issue is how real ammunition made its way on set in the revolver as this movie was a Western. Dummy rounds would commonly be used in loading scenes and in scenes to give the revolver the appearance that it was loaded. Having issues with the crew/production could easily see enough confusion between dummy rounds and the live round for this to occur.
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