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    Biden COVID-19 Advisor Suggests 4 to 6 Week Lockdown

    Biden COVID-19 Advisor Suggests 4 to 6 Week Lockdown

    Scary: The advisor “added that federal borrowing could bail out small- and medium-sized companies, cities, states and county governments.”

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    You cannot say you weren’t warned.

    Joe Biden already chose his COVID-19 task force, which includes Dr. Michael Osterholm.

    Osterholm, an expert on infectious diseases at the University of Minnesota, suggested a 4 to 6-week lockdown “with the government compensating workers for lost wages.”

    From FOX Business:

    “We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages, lost wages, for individual workers,” he told the outlet, noting low interest rates. He added that federal borrowing could bail out small- and medium-sized companies, cities, states and county governments.

    “If we did that, then we could lock down for four to six weeks, and if we did that, we could drive the numbers down,” he said. “Like they’ve done in Asia. Like they did in New Zealand and Australia.”

    Ah, yes. A perfect way to get people to rely on the government.

    It doesn’t surprise me. Biden made it no secret he wants lockdowns and a national mask mandate.

    Osterholm has a history of coronavirus fear-mongering:

    He said a vaccine could be widely available next year – but not before the risk of “pandemic fatigue” sets in as people slack off on their adherence to coronavirus health guidelines.

    In particular, he warned, Americans could start gathering more in indoor spaces, where the virus spreads more easily, as the weather grows cooler.

    So he is urging social distancing and other public health recommendations in addition to renewed shutdowns.

    Get back in line, people. Stop being individuals! How dare you want freedom.

    Osterholm declared America is going to face “COVID HELL” very soon:

    Earlier this week, Osterholm warned that the country was about to enter “COVID hell” as new cases soar and hospitals see a renewed strain on their capacity to treat the illness.

    “When we were at 32,000 cases a day in the United States, people thought that maybe things were going to start going away,” he told Minnesota Public Radio Monday. “As you saw, we’re now at 125,000 cases per day. We’re seeing hospitals right now completely overwhelmed in a number of states.”

    Those numbers will continue to climb, he predicted, for at least the next two to three months.

    Covid hell.

    I really wish people put this much emphasis on the flu. Stupid me didn’t get the flu shot last year (I have to with my 3 autoimmune disorders) and I got it, but it quickly turned into pneumonia. Almost had to go to the hospital, but I managed it.

    Trust me, government. Us vulnerable people can take care of ourselves. We take the precautions we need to every cold and flu season (minus last year and I paid for it with pneumonia and a tongue lashing from my rheumatologist). We don’t need healthy people to give up their lives and well-being.

    Just leave us alone.

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    caseoftheblues | November 12, 2020 at 8:05 pm

    So US citizens on total lockdown while we have completely open borders during this world pandemic….yup that’s leftist thinking


     
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    Dusty Pitts | November 12, 2020 at 8:09 pm

    The main result of lockdowns is unemployment and poverty. You have more to fear from that than from bat fever.

    I have visited Colombia and Costa Rica many times, they tried this for about 6 months and did not prevent outbreaks. After months they finally reopened the country internally and to foreign travel. The only people who suffered were the citizens.
    You were limited in the days and hours you could be outside your residence, security would check your id prior to entering a store yo prove you could be out on those days.


       
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      fishstick in reply to buck61. | November 12, 2020 at 8:55 pm

      where I live had a near 3 month lockdown

      only places open were a couple Walmarts and a gas store here and there

      every other business door was locked

      I mean we are still in phase 3.3 and not fully open

    I like this idea. Once the country goes broke and the karens find out what kind of kinky sex they have to perform to make a buck, maybe they’ll actually change their voting patterns.
    Might be too late but it’d be fun to see how cheaply they’d perform.

    Now this is weird. This same guy was on Joe Rogan’s podcast #1439 on March 10th. There he said that trying to stop an influenza virus is like trying to stop the wind. He was talking about how the virus will be around until herd immunity kills it and that masks would not protect healthy people.

    Does anybody know when he changed his opinion?


       
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      randian in reply to vieras. | November 13, 2020 at 8:34 pm

      Robert Redfield (CDC Director) did substantially the same thing. In May published an official CDC summary of 14 studies showing masks offer no statistically significant protection against respiratory viruses, then in June said that masks offer stronger protection than vaccines and that we need 6-12 weeks of nationwide, mandatory mask wearing.


         
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        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to randian. | November 14, 2020 at 2:42 am

        The only thing those masks are designed to do is to prevent some fool like in the Seinfeld episode from spitting out a Mentos into the patient on the surgery gurney in the operating room.


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