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Coronamonomania Lives Forever, Part 215

By July 15, 2023July 20th, 2023Commentary

Haven’t done one of these in a while, it is heavy on the impacts of the lockdown policies on people’s health and wellbeing.  Is there anyone left who would defend these policies?  And when I wrote at the very start about how bad they would be no one paid attention, just went along with the program.

Even the CDC is forced to acknowledge the evils resulting from the policies they advocated so strongly for, in fact, created false data and lies to support.  But their own research is now showing the negative impact on children, including this study.  It finds a large increase in developmental disability among children during the epidemic.  The virus didn’t cause this, the school closures and lockdowns did.  (CDC Study)

The researchers call this an unintended consequence, but let us examine that for a minute.  If a policy has an outcome that is known to be likely to occur, even if not the objective of the policy, how is that an unintended outcome?  You know it was going to happen, so how is that unintended?  In any event, according to this study from Ohio, more children had obesity issues and the ones with the issues got fatter during the epidemic.  Who knew that being locked in doors could do that?  (JAMA Article)

But wait, there’s more.  Firearm deaths were up by 15% over expected rates during the epidemic as well.  Why, well it is obvious, we closed schools, so minority children in particular basically dropped out and that is who are the perpetrators and victims of a lot of gun-related homicides, so why be surprised, pretty predictable.  (JAMA Article)

And now let us turn for a moment to the actual research on vaccine effects, as opposed to the lies spread by hysterics.  Supposedly it was screwing up pregnant woment.  Here is a study finding that while the vaccine caused a strong response in both the pregnant mother and the baby, there were no adverse outcomes related to being vaxed.  (JAMA Article)

On the other hand, having a serious CV-19 infection has been shown to have some lasting health effects, including on fertility.  This study from China found that among couples seeking fertility assistance, the presence of a prior CV-19 infection was linked with more difficulty in conceiving.   (JAMA Article)

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