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You Can See and Hear Me Talk About CV-19

By October 24, 2021Commentary

I do interviews every now and then and a North Carolina media outlet very kindly talked with me and then put up a livestream.  I am technologically inept, so it is very nice when people do that for me.  Anyway, here is the link to where you can see it if you want to.  (Youtube link)

 

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  • Bill says:

    That type format I generally will not watch. However, I’m glad that I made an exception. Well done. The interviewer asked pertinent questions and you provided concise answers. Maybe you and the Powerline folks could do an occasional podcast.

  • rob says:

    Great interview, very helpful to have you summarize your thoughts, thanks.

  • Colonel Travis says:

    Great big picture summary, thanks. I wish more people could understand what you’ve been explaining all along.

  • Kevin says:

    Very informative interview Kevin. For anyone interested, I was diagnosed with COVID on October 8th after having symptoms for a few days. I’m 69 years old and pretty healthy, but 69 years old. I had all of the classic symptoms. Some more severe than others, but never felt that I was ever in a life threatening situation. I did monitor my symptoms and paid close attention to any worsening symptoms. Probably the most concerning was the complete loss of smell and taste and 4 days of nausea. Hence, I began to worry about dehydration. I went to the emergency room at about day 6 and was given a sodium drip to replenish my sodium and electrolytes. The also prescribed Zofran to alleviate the nausea. That was a turning point for me along with starting Musinex to help clear the mucus and congestion. Several nights waking up soaking wet, but never a daytime fever of more that 100 degrees. My wife and 8 family members all had it at the same time. Now we are all just dealing with fatigue. We’ve been doing yard work and taking walks, but get gassed pretty quickly. It’s not fun, but everyone is going to get this regardless of vaccination status. After all, this is a novel virus. Some will get mild symptoms and some more severe. Most of my family had stronger than mild symptoms. No one was hospitalized. One was treated for pneumonia and has had a history of asthma and generally has respiratory issues when he gets a cold or flu. So, it wasn’t surprising for him to develop pneumonia from COVID.

    Hopefully this helps anyone as they develop symptoms from COVID.

  • Colonel Travis says:

    Kevin the commenter (not Kevin Roche) were you vaccinated? What about the rest of your family? Just curious, glad you and your family didn’t develop anything serious.

  • Kevin says:

    Since you asked,…Only my daughter-in-law was vaccinated back in June. She is a school teacher and was one of us that had it the worst. Ironically, she was the one that brought COVID home, gave it to my son and 2) 17 y/o grandsons. My wife got it from my son and gave it to me and my adult daughter, who in turn gave it to her husband and 2 small children. The children had the most mild cases of anyone. Thanks for asking.

  • Mr Lock says:

    Kevin in the PL post linking to this interview you wrote “ We also know from the Minnesota Department of Health’s own statements that a significant portion of hospitalizations attributed to Covid-19, especially among the vaccinated, are not actually for Covid-19, but admissions for other purposes and Covid-19 is incidentally discovered via routine testing.”

    Can you steer me to these stats. I know you referenced MDH “statements” but there must be some stats I hope.

    Thanks for your hard work.

  • Mr Lock says:

    Kevin in the PL post linking to this interview you wrote “ We also know from the Minnesota Department of Health’s own statements that a significant portion of hospitalizations attributed to Covid-19, especially among the vaccinated, are not actually for Covid-19, but admissions for other purposes and Covid-19 is incidentally discovered via routine testing.”

    Can you steer me to MDH stats on this?

    Thanks for your hard work.

  • Mr Lock says:

    We also know from the Minnesota Department of Health’s own statements that a significant portion of hospitalizations attributed to Covid-19, especially among the vaccinated, are not actually for Covid-19, but admissions for other purposes and Covid-19 is incidentally discovered via routine testing.

  • J. Thomas says:

    Glad everyone is doing well Kevin. Thanks for sharing the details. I wish it was ‘irony’ …

    Regarding the video, comments were made that respiratory viruses don’t ‘go away’, they become endemic. Except SARS (2002) and now apparently the Flu (2021), unless we’ve been lied to yet again. Personally, I think nature was screwed with, (GoF) Fauci-Chapel Hill-Wuhan style, and now we’ve got something that’s out of control. As of mid October there were 549,716 Americans over 65 who died (prematurely?) with/from C19. That’s roughly $48 billion off the SS budget in one year with millions more deaths of our elderly to come. How coincidental when SS it’s basically out of money. This is a similar story in every developed nation who supports their elderly. It’s diabolical, nothing less.

    Shame on you for outliving your value to the ‘machine’. But don’t worry, big pharma will be okay, prescription drug revenue for ~16% will be replaced with vaccines and boosters for the ~84% who they didn’t kill, yet. Maybe there will be a new ‘Robot’ tax on companies to support the SS fund since employees will be hard to find in the future? They will all be home spending their ‘universal Income’ on video games, fast food and blankets.

    But ya’ll have a great day, market’s are hitting records (oops, the value of money is dropping faster than the market is going up). Don’t hold on to your ‘denarius’ too long !!

  • Colonel Travis says:

    Kevin, thank you. Glad you all are better

  • Kevin Roche says:

    They have not, despite repeated requests, given regular updates on this. At a press briefing several weeks ago, in an effort to minimize the impact of breakthru hosps, they said 51% were actually for another reason. They have not officially updated those numbers, but articles in the STRIB suggest they are still accurate.

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