National Institute Of Allergy And Infectious Diseases, Richard Ebright, Wuhan discussed on Chad Benson

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Dana Show. If you're too damn scared to have an actual debate, based in fact and sense, then you need to get out of the public sphere. You don't get to label something as misinformation simply because you dislike it. The Taliban air force versus NATO. They they've got a pretty They have a They have a pretty nice fleet. Now. Biden built them back. Better BBB. He built some bad better The data show to protect the health system. We've got everybody locked down. We're gonna move to a situation where to protect the health system. We're gonna lock out people who are not vaccinated and can be If you're making the choice not to get vaccinated. Then you're making the wrong choice. You're making the wrong choice and for safety sake, And for the back to that point about how much work our nurses have to do as this becomes absolutely a pandemic of the unvaccinated and we open everything up. It's not going to be safe for people who are not vaccinated to be roaming around the place, spreading the virus. That's what I'll be. That's what I'll be doing. So there's every reason every reason To get vaccinated and there are appointments available and they'll be even more appointments a viable throughout September, October November, Let's get to those thresholds as fast as we possibly can. But, yes, there's going to be a vaccinated economy. And you get to participate that you get to participate in that if you are vaccinated now, that's not right now, because of course, there's many more people who want to get vaccinated. Then we actually can get through the system. But we're gonna get to a point where everybody who Can get vaccinated will have been offered. The chance to do so. And we are not going to have a situation well, at least not in Victoria, where we lock the whole place down to protect people who won't protect themselves. They it's like a Kath and Kim episode. Welcome back to the show Everybody. My name is Dana last in the last dot com Good to be with you guys this Tuesday. It's an artificial Monday. I don't know how to describe it right. It feels like a Monday, but it's not. So you're kind of like from a bit. Good to be with you guys, though. Welcome back. Dana lash dot com. As I said, Make sure you download that Odyssey because you can stream the show that way as well and no apology separate from radio on the first Five, Central six Eastern on the first and I have I'll be on Fox Prime time this evening. Six central our but not quite sure of the time exactly yet, but I'll let you know. All right, so They sound pretty Cray and Australia. I just got to say sounds a little bit nuts Sounds a bit nuts in Australia. The Uh, because they were remember the story from last week. How They were saying that, uh, you had to, like download an app or something like that, in order to Be able to be able to just like go around the your area, and then they would text you and you had 1550 minutes to respond. To the text, saying that you were where you were saying that you were that give myself that you had to take a selfie. Yeah. You have to take yourself. Couldn't you fake that, like I would just take a million selfies of me in my house and just do what I want. I think the APP requires you to actually take it at that moment. You can't just slip a picture in there. Are you sure about that, though I'm sure there's a way there's always a way always away. We learned that from Jurassic Park life always finds a way right now. That's the Australian Premier Dan Andrews, saying You won't be able to borrow tribes in the economy unless you get the vaccine. And then the way that he was talking about unvaccinated people. What if you again? What if you had Had it and you have natural immunity. What? What if you? I mean, I know someone who is like a young adult who actually got the vaccine. Actually, no. A handful of people one who's 19, who was a freshman in college, and I'm a 21 year old. Who is they're finishing their last year in college. I know an 18 year old who started this I mean, These are a number of people who had actually vaccines because their their colleges demanded it and they did it. And they all have break their cases. And the symptoms were various, like one of them had pretty severe symptoms. And that was the part. What was one of the older ones? The 21 year old had the two dosage. I don't know what although I don't actually know the other. Brands of the vaccines that the other one's got point is, is that how can you say that? It's a It's a pandemic of the unvaccinated when the vaccinated or spreading it, too, and that I saw this and I'm still looking at this, but there are now people are saying that the CDC May have changed the Uh, definition of terms for Coronavirus. Which seems a little little bit odd to me. They said with this that They were trying to change. Uh huh. Definition of like for for vaccinations to, uh, whether it produces protection or produces immunity. So the way that it was originally The way that it read originally was that on the CDC Doc of slash vaccines slash you know, blah, blah, blah. It would say, under vaccination the way that it defined it under the definition of terms that says an act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease. Now the definition of terms has been updated, and it reads vaccination the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce protection from a specific disease. So wait a minute. That's Yeah, So if you look at it, they also change the definition of vaccine itself because of that, is it That is the definition. I just read it. Your vaccination, though, is definitely different. But if you look right above that the vaccine definition is also different. Because it talks about the product itself, the vaccine itself and not just the vaccination itself and how it's completely different. It used to produce immunity. Now it just stimulates the body's immune system. Mm. So maybe we shouldn't Piece saying Maybe we should just say protection instead. I just think being as transparent as possible is going to allow people to be You know it's going to Be, um a lot of people to feel more comfortable with this stuff. But I'm telling you, though, there's a reason why people do not trust the voices that the state keeps putting out there. Two. To discuss this. Like, for instance, and I was telling you a little bit earlier. How? At Rutgers, there's a student who only ever signed up to take virtual classes, and he's been and New York posted a story and the, uh University actually released a statement about it. He was only ever going to do virtual classes, and he signed up to take virtual classes. But because he's not vaccinated, he can't actually take the classes. They're not letting them take the classes. Because science that's a problem and then from Rutgers also, I mean, I wonder why people distrust distrust the talking heads pushed out there by the state. This is Richard Ebright. He's the board of governors professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers. And he's quoting this piece over at the intercept. And he actually details He writes a whole bunch, additionally with it over on his Twitter timeline. But the piece of the intercept says new details emerge about coronavirus research at that lab in Wuhan. More than 900 pages of materials related to US funded coronavirus research in China were released. Following a FOIA lawsuit by the intercept. So they said that these documents detail the work of the Eco Health alliance. That's the whole thing that they use federal money to fund the gain of function, and it includes also the docks that they got have previously unpublished grant proposals that were funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as well as project updates relating to ego health alliances, research. Which has been scrutinized, etcetera and, according to The documents, one of them titled Understanding the Risk of Back Coronavirus, emergence. This is one of the one of the grants that they're citing here. That was literally looking at gain of function, one of gain of function research. So these were the two previously undiscussed and unpublished grant proposals. And it's outlined this effort by equal Health Alliance, Peter Dacic..

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