Uncertain Alienable Rights

…that we are endowed by our you know the thing…
…with certain rights the king can say what and when…

Jen the original commenting on A♠ at July 17, 2020

Yesterday, a Federal Judge dismissed a lawsuit Emagine theater (part of the chain) in Royal Oak Michigan filed against Whitmer’s orders that movie theaters have to stay closed.

The theater had wanted to open for a day to celebrate Juneteeth and show the requisite films. When they began advertising in defiance of Whitmer’s orders, she sent her legal dragon, the AG on them, who sent a letter threatening legal action . The theater dropped they idea and filed a suit instead.

This judge had previously ordered an injunction against the state gov. on behalf of a gym owner, allowing him to open. Then the sixth Circuit overturned his order, demanding the gym owner stay closed.

So with that experience under his belt, he dismissed this lawsuit and stated the following.

“The Supreme Court(Michigan?) and Sixth Circuit court have made it clear that the Individual rights in the Constitution are not absolute. They can be malleable during an emergency, therefore I am dismissing this suit as the State is not violating the 1st amendment as was alleged by the plaintiffs.”

Make sure you read again that the courts have determined that the Constitution can be suspended when a gov official says they can.

Judge upholds Gov. Whitmer’s order closing movie theaters amid coronavirus


Masks of the Dead Breath

The mask of ignorance

Robert Zimmerman, Behind the Black –
h/t J.J. Sefton’s Morning Report on A♠

Let us begin with the premise that wearing a mask properly, in the proper situations, will without doubt reduce the chances of someone transmitting COVID-19 from themselves to others.…

In general, the way almost everyone uses their masks is not sanitary, and likely increases the chances they are breathing more pathogens than if they were not wearing a mask at all. And as they do this, they are making themselves oxygen deficient, while rebreathing a lot more carbon dioxide, which at high levels can be poisonous.…

…these mask orders are in general irrational, and involve a whole range of irrational and thoughtless decision-making, by health officials, by governors, and by citizens. If anything, the mask appears to have become not a method for protecting public health but for exhibiting the ignorance of its user.


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How Do You Know… Facts From Fearmongering?

Supplemental viewing on Other People’s Videos blog:
Corona – The Simple Truth in Under 6 Minutes

CDC: After 10-Week Decline In COVID-19 Deaths, It May Soon No Longer Be An Epidemic

Allison Schuster, The Federalist – July 6, 2020
h/t J.J. Sefton’s Morning Report on A♠

The United States now has so few deaths due to COVID-19 that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday it is approaching the threshold for dipping below the level of an epidemic.

As of July 10, 2020, 23:26 GMT (Since when?)
United States
Coronavirus Cases:

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Kung Flu Experts’ Inexpertise

Minuteman on A♠: It’s time to start cataloging the lies promulgated to initiate, buildup and sustain the Wuhan Flu hoax.

rickb223 on A♠ June 09, 2020 08:07 AM

Asshoes on Facebook quit coming out to play after I posted this. Because I called every one of them every step of the way.

Not totally comprehensive, but it’s a start:

Virus BS

Dr. Birx Reportedly Believes Coronavirus Death Toll Inflated By Up To 25%

Panic for Nothing: Now Even the CDC Admits COVID-19 is Not a Major Threat

WHO guidance: Healthy people should wear masks only when “taking care of” coronavirus patients

Washington Inflates COVID-19 Numbers, Includes Gunshot Victims Among Deaths

Almost 96% of the country’s virus fatalities had previous medical conditions, data from Italy’s ISS health institute show.

Horowitz: The CDC confirms remarkably low coronavirus death rate. Where is the media?

Johns Hopkins Death Toll Does NOT Include States’ Downward Adjustments, Ignores Fundamental Flaws in Data

The CDC’s New ‘Best Estimate’ Implies a COVID-19 Infection Fatality Rate Below 0.3%

Stanford study suggests coronavirus might not be as deadly as flu

State Revises COVID Numbers, Removes Nearly 25% of Deaths Originally Attributed to Virus

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s 15 Totally Wrong Predictions and Contradictions

Former neurosurgeon says masks are ineffective against COVID-19 and can cause health problems

Bogus 2.2 million deaths prediction
Neither the high infection rate nor the high fatality rate holds up under scrutiny.

We have been lied to

Daniel Horowitz, Conservative Review

…The coronavirus fascists have succeeded in cementing their illogical, immoral, and illegal policies through the prism of false information about the timing of the virus, the specific nature and severity of the overall fatality rate, the number of actual deaths, and the utility (or perhaps harm) of lockdown policies in actually mitigating deaths – all the while obfuscating the much higher collateral deaths and damage caused by the lockdown itself.

Every day we learn new information demonstrating the lies driving lockdown. Here are some of the most important ones from over the weekend.…

  1. COVID-19 death numbers inflation
  2. longer lockdowns had worse results
  3. Outside nursing homes, the fatality rate never warranted such action
  4. Outside New York, this is barely worse than bad flu seasons
  5. Excess deaths are from the lockdowns, not the virus
  6. Social distancing was invented by a high-school kid and politicians, not scientists

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Massachusetts Telegraphed Governors’ COVID-19 Oppression 70 Years Ago

Brian Camenker at American Thinker

…On August 29, 1949, the USSR successfully detonated its first atomic bomb. Cold War panic ignited across America. There were fears of a Soviet invasion of the United States. The following year, the Massachusetts Legislature reacted by passing the “Civil Defense Act — Chapter 639 of the Acts of 1950.”

The main stated purpose of the law was to give the state government a way to “effectively minimize the damage” from “attack, sabotage, or other hostile action” by “enemies of the United States.” The Legislature also included some other categories of disasters that cause physical damage: “disaster or catastrophe resulting from riot or other civil disturbance; or by fire, flood, earthquake or other natural causes.”

That law gives the governor the power to proclaim a “state of emergency” throughout Massachusetts. During the state of emergency, the governor is given extraordinary powers — and can supersede existing statutes if he chooses. Those powers, which are broadly listed in the statute, are quite frightening, and many appear unconstitutional. They are clearly laid out to deal with enemy attacks, riots, etc. For example, cooperation with military and naval forces is described. Nothing in the law addresses or implies public health concerns or pandemics.…

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…And a Child’s Wild Idea Shall Mislead Them

A Kid With No Job Came Up With the Idea of Shutting Down the Economy in a Pandemic

by Victoria Taft, PJ Media

A 15-year-old New Mexico high school student came up with the original idea of socially separating during a pandemic in 2005. She theorized along the lines of “Hey if we all skip school we won’t get each other sick!” She got third place in an Intel science fair for this.

Her dad happened to be a lab rat at a major government lab and voila, within a few short years of him proving out her thesis with supercomputer modeling, we’re now in a pandemic-induced depression.

The story’s more complicated than that – obviously – but who ever thought that shutting down the economy during a pandemic was a good idea?

It turns out there were many hands involved in this debacle. …

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