A Fifty Percent Lockdown Wasn’t Good Enough for Dr. Fauci

It’s common myth that the human brain only uses a small percentage of cells. Actually, in most normal humans all of the brain is used except, of course, in the case of Dr. Fauci, who uses less than 50%. How do I know? Well, just listen to all the absurd things he says.

On Friday, while testifying for a coronavirus House panel, Dr. Fauci claimed that the United States did not have severe enough lockdowns and if we had only locked down more, we could’ve saved more lives. According to a CBS News article, “[Dr. Fauci] explained that most European countries shut their economy by 95%, while functionally the U.S. only shut its economy down by 50%.”

Let’s examine this statement. All non-essential businesses were shut down. Schools were shut down. Places of worship and restaurants were shut down. There really wasn’t much left that we didn’t shut down. Perhaps Dr. Fauci would’ve liked us to shut down all grocery stores? Who needs grocery stores when we could’ve survived on the likes of Amazon Whole Foods delivery or FreshDirect? Dr. Fauci probably doesn’t understand that when things shut down, even getting food deliveries was problematic with few – if any – time slots available due to the fact that so many people were ordering online. If grocery stores shut down, the delivery services would’ve been overwhelmed to the point of collapse.

How about liquor stores? We could’ve done without them, right? A strong argument can be made that Fauci’s insane policies forced many people to take up drinking. Marijuana dispensaries were also essential because Dr. Fauci’s constant flip-flopping contributed to many people turning to marijuana and other drugs to calm fear-mongered nerves.

What if we had more severe stay-at-home orders? He could’ve learned from his Chinese friends and done as they did – nail down the doors and block people from exiting their own apartments or homes.

Masks were necessary whenever he said they were; it really depended on how fully functioning his brain was that day. He probably could have recommended goggles like he does now and while he’s at it, let’s throw in earplugs. Wait, let’s not stop at blocking our eyes and ears, let’s get wetsuits and portable oxygen generators and astronaut suits we can all wear until the election. Would that be considered more locked down to Dr. Fauci?

I haven’t been calculating so I don’t know how much we’ve upped the 50% lockdown figure (maybe with all of the above we’d be at 85%? 90%?) And according to Dr. Fauci, shutting down even more would’ve helped contain the coronavirus spread.

This from the “official” who, when the virus first broke out, only spoke about flattening the curve, flattening the curve to indefinite lockdowns to a vaccine and then a second and third wave coming. Listening to him makes it sound like we have no hope of ever getting past this and resuming normal lives.

In my opinion, I think if Dr. Fauci wasn’t around giving us his “advice,” America would have had 50% less deaths. Maybe we’d have less suicides and less mental health issues and fewer instances of domestic abuse. There might even be less people who died because they skipped cancer, heart and other screenings due to the lockdown. The panic instilled by his doom-and-gloom predictions did far worse than they did good.

Dr. Fauci must be very disappointed the unemployment rate is only at 11% right now; if we would’ve locked down even more, this figure could be much higher, I’d estimate at least 25% of Americans could’ve been unemployed by now if we followed Fauci’s recent statement about locking down even more. One quarter of our country out of jobs? How unfortunate, as Dr. Fauci would say. (Luckily for Dr. Fauci, people like him and other government workers are never unemployed. They get a check no matter what they do … or don’t do.)

Even the glorious Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo said he was baffled because 66% of the deaths occurred among people who stayed at home, compared with essential workers who were forced to go out in order to keep society functioning at a minimal level. Also of note: The four most locked down states – New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania – had 40% of all coronavirus deaths.

Quarantining healthy people had never been tried before and it could have actually made things worse but Dr. Fauci seems to know what’s best for us. Honestly, at this point it would be better for Americans if Dr. Fauci took up tulip gardening in Holland and faded away from American public health policy forever.

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UPDATED: Is COVID-19 also a Mental Disorder? (Because California Has Gone Insane)

We are now approximately four months into the shut downs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the mortality rate a small fraction of what it was at the virus’ peak in April, you’d expect our societal fear to diminish but things do not seem to be getting much better. If anything, there is more paranoia and misinformation concerning this virus than ever.

As I mentioned in a previous post, they want to keep schools shut down. All forms of live entertainment and sports are basically non-existent right now. You would think with four months of available statistics and far more knowledge about this disease than we had in March, people would be realizing the worst is over; the “pandemic” was never as bad as so-called medical authorities like the Imperial College of London and the CDC predicted.

Like the title of the article suggests, COVID-19 is no longer a virus but a complete mental disorder and mindset of fear; the reaction to COVID-19 has become synonymous with totally irrational and crazy thinking in light of the real statistics and science. Maybe there should be a special medical billing code to also classify fear of COVID-19 as a mental disorder.

When the crisis began, there were estimates of more than 2 million deaths due to COVID-19 in the United States alone – at this point we are well below 150,000. Even with our present mortality total, there are major questions about the validity of a COVID-19 diagnosis because any time COVID-19 is suspected even without testing it is put down as a COVID-19 death. The number also does not factor in co-morbidities; even if a person dies from cancer and they test positive for COVID-19, the death is considered a COVID-19 mortality and added to the total figure. In addition, up to half of the deaths occurred among nursing home facility residents. Those below the age of 50 make up a small percentage of the overall deaths.

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/pressroom/states/california/california.htm

To narrow our view on this issue, let’s focus on one state for now: California. In the Golden State there is almost mass hysteria about the new outbreaks of cases and small spikes in the mortality rate. As discussed in my previous article, because COVID-19 is peaking right now in Mexico, many may be coming across the border for medical attention in California, which would explain the increase in cases. The number of deaths in California is constantly drilled into the heads of residents as though it is the worst thing that has ever happened. Just the deaths from homicides and drug overdoses is equal to the amount of people who died of COVID-19 in California.

On June 13, California Governor Gavin Newsom, rolled back re-opening and declared a “modification mode” on his original stay at home order. The Governor announced a complete shutdown of fitness centers, places of worship, offices for non-critical sectors, personal care services, hair salons and barbershops and malls. His justification for back-tracking on re-opening was that cases are risings and hospitalizations are up. However, I’m not sure what numbers he’s looking at but he’s not examining the most important figure: the total daily mortality rate, which is still low and has actually gone down, on average, in the last few days. Yesterday, it was 24, today it was 45, according to Worldometers.info.

The case numbers that Gov. Newsom is using to justify another shutdown don’t mean much. (That was already explained thoroughly in this article.) In a state of 40 million people, even the total death rate is small and doesn’t justify completely destroying an economy. Finally, a strong argument can be made that this so-called “surge” in case numbers is simply the virus taking its final course. We’ve never before studied a virus at this level of detail, (when was the last time millions of Americans got tested for a virus over a short period of time?) It could very well be that the virus is no longer as potent as it once was, it’s simply moving through the population as viruses do but we’re hyper-aware of its trajectory because of the media spotlight put on COVID-19 and the daily reportage of case numbers and deaths.

Plus, COVID-19, despite what the media might say, is not actually the only way to die. If we add other causes of deaths such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, hypertension, accidents and suicides, this number is many times larger. The truth is, there are so many ways people can die that if we just thought about this all day we would never leave our homes and would hide under our beds and cower in fear.

Every day, the media blasts the number of daily deaths on our TV screens and mobile phones; it’s a top Apple news story almost every day. Yet we do not see statistics showing us how many people died in a given day from other diseases or accidents or  drug overdose. Day in and day out, it’s COVID deaths drumming more fear into our brains, telling us if we don’t wear a mask, if we don’t social distance religiously we’re going to die.

Forget the science even though scientific studies have shown masks don’t work, (one of the latest studies was actually done by the CDC). Social distancing, using the words of that all-knowing genius Dr. Fauci, has to be rigorously proven using a control group, and because it is completely untested, we can pretty much agree the concept is basically bogus. Remember Dr. Fauci saying claims that hydroxychloroquine is effective are ridiculous because it has to be tested with control groups. Well, shouldn’t his own logic be used on the unproven idea of social distancing before we force it upon the entire public as a means of virus-spread mitigation?

The point is this: When we are born into this earth we always face the possibility of death but it cannot deter us from living life. Our species has conquered many horrible threats since the beginning of time and guess what? We survived. We are now in a new mindset of group-think brought on by the panic-mongering media and corrupt politicians using fear of the unknown to control us and to achieve greater power. It is not a coincidence that we are only four months away from the elections and the drums of fear are beating stronger than ever. If they can just keep the people down a little bit longer, then maybe they can influence their voting preferences and assume power.

It’s sad to see what has happened to our society, and to witness the collective mental breakdown of U.S. citizens who now live in absolute fear of being infected by other people so they stay far away from anyone and think that masks and lockdowns will protect them. Our economy is still basically shut down with many industries in utter ruin. It seems as though the media and corrupt politicians have won, creating the perfect situation to depress people. Take away their ability to prosper and you open the pathway to a major political change in this country.

Using science and statistics, the “pandemic” was a bad flu season but it was treated as though it was the end of civilization as we know it. The only country that seems to have benefited from this is China (where the disease was started or released from) and online companies such as Amazon that are seeing stock price go sky high. Fear can be paralyzing and totally demoralizing but we have to use our brains. We cannot be swayed by the irrational and cynical pressure around us. It’s time to just say enough is enough and return to some degree of normalcy. Life cannot be about the constant fear of death; let’s choose to focus on the joy of living.