Ok. And the term you’re looking for is “death cult”:
Anti-vaccine Facebook groups have a new message for their community members: Don’t go to the emergency room, and get your loved ones out of intensive care units.
Consumed by conspiracy theories claiming that doctors are preventing unvaccinated patients from receiving miracle cures or are even killing them on purpose, some people in anti-vaccine and pro-ivermectin Facebook groups are telling those with Covid-19 to stay away from hospitals and instead try increasingly dangerous at-home treatments, according to posts seen by NBC News over the past few weeks.
The messages represent an escalation in the mistrust of medical professionals in groups that have sprung up in recent months on social media platforms, which have tried to crack down on Covid misinformation. And it’s something that some doctors say they’re seeing manifest in their hospitals as they have filled up because of the most recent delta variant wave.
You really have to hand it to Trump. It’s one thing to lose an election. It’s another thing to lose the same election over and over again on almost a weekly basis. I’m sure that he will now admit that he is completely wrong and that he did indeed lose the 2020 election:
I normally don’t get it out of pure laziness, but I figured it would be best to get it this time because if I do get the flu, you know I’m going to assume it’s breakthrough covid.
Also, at this point, just give me all the vaccines you have.
A woman nearly gets hit by a train when she crosses the tracks, and then goes back? Why? I mean, why for both?
He is just giving up on October then? What a defeatist.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has revised his prediction for when he says the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments that the 2020 presidential election should be overturned.
Lindell has previously stated that the Supreme Court would reinstate Donald Trump as president by the end of August. But when that didn’t happen, Lindell began pushing his predictions back until September or October.
On Tuesday, Lindell advised his fans that they would have to wait until the end of November for Trump’s reinstatement.
“This is the big announcement, everyone,” Lindell told Real America’s Voice host Steve Bannon. “I made a promise to this country that with all the evidence I have that we would get it to the Supreme Court and I predicted they would vote 9-0 to look at the evidence.”
I just don’t understand how masking up and getting vaccinated is a political stance but here we are. (Well, I guess I do understand it. Because Trump made it one and his cult members do everything he says…. I guess that’s the job of a cult member.)
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. have climbed to an average of more than 1,900 a day for the first time since early March, with experts saying the virus is preying largely on a distinct group: 71 million unvaccinated Americans.
The increasingly lethal turn has filled hospitals, complicated the start of the school year, delayed the return to offices and demoralized health care workers.
“It is devastating,” said Dr. Dena Hubbard, a pediatrician in the Kansas City, Missouri, area who has cared for babies delivered prematurely by cesarean section in a last-ditch effort to save their mothers, some of whom died. For health workers, the deaths, combined with misinformation and disbelief about the virus, have been “heart-wrenching, soul-crushing.”
Twenty-two people died in one week alone at CoxHealth hospitals in the Springfield-Branson area, a level almost as high as that of all of Chicago. West Virginia has had more deaths in the first three weeks of September — 340 — than in the previous three months combined. Georgia is averaging 125 dead per day, more than California or other more populous states.