Friday, September 18, 2020

How statistics lie about COVID

I got an email today saying the number of students at Utah Valley University testing positive to COVID-19 had increased by 152% last week. How many cases at UVU? The percentage doesn't say.

The numbers are 198 since the start of the semester and 58 in the last seven days. So that is about 0.5 percent of 40,000 students. How does that compare with other schools? UVU's neighbor BYU has 203 cases. 

As I write, I am within walking distance of Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. Of a student body of 6800 students, 377 have had positive results since the beginning of the semester. That is 5.5 percent.  Maryville is located in Nodaway County, which has a population of 23,370. The county has had 700 cases of COVID-19. That's about 3 percent of the population.

Utah county has a population of 600,000 with 14,476 COVID cases. That is about 2.4 percent of the population. Utah's governor has increased the infection level to orange from yellow this week.

Percentages alone don't tell the whole story. You need to see numbers as well as comparisons with other organizations and locations. 

Friday, August 7, 2020

X22 Report Operation Green Light,POTUS Insulated

4:39 Konyee West taking votes from Biden

Lots about the John Durham report

18:35 Tik Tok

21:45 Schools will open - 1 in 1.7 million children get COVID

25:00 Idaho governor Brad Little seeking immunity for COVID deaths

26:00 Concern that children taking vaccine will get AFM

28:00 Trump looking for therapeutics including HCQ

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

ACUF reports on Congress voting

Two Missouri Lawmakers Receive Awards for Conservative Voting Records

Alexandria, VA – The American Conservative Union Foundation (ACUF), chaired by Matt Schlapp and host of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), has just released its 49th Edition of its annual Ratings of Congress. The ratings are designed to reflect how well lawmakers adhere to conservative principles.

In the 2019 session, two members of the Missouri congressional delegation received awards for earning scores of 80% or higher from ACUF:
  • Rep. Jason Smith (93%)
  • Rep. Sam Graves (81%)
Missouri’s other Republican members received the following scores: Rep. Billy Long (79%), Sen. Josh Hawley (77%), Rep. Vicky Hartzler (76%), Rep. Ann Wagner (75%), Sen. Roy Blunt (68%), and Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (62%).

Both of Missouri’s Democrat representatives, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (7%) and Rep. William “Lacy” Clay (4%), qualified for ACUF’s “Coalition of the Radical Left” for earning scores below 10%.

For the 2019 Ratings of Congress, 130 of 535 lawmakers received awards for conservative voting records of 80% or above. Compared to the 2018 session, House Republicans improved their average score (77% to 82%). The Pelosi-led House Democrats continued to push further left, falling 5 points (8% to 3%). Sen. Schumer earned a 0% while the Senate overall average fell (46% to 41%).

ACUF’s Center for Legislative Accountability analyzed every vote taken last session to produce this year’s scorecard which samples a wide array of issues relating to fiscal, tax, regulatory, education, environment, Second Amendment rights, election security, life, and government integrity. All lawmakers in America at the federal and state levels are scored on a 100-point scale.

CLICK HERE to view ACU Foundation’s Ratings of Congress online. CLICK HERE to view Ratings of the Missouri General Assembly.

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

YouTube censored viral video of doctors calling for end of quarantine

Interestingly, Erickson and Massihi spoke to Fox News host Laura Ingraham Monday evening just before the video was removed. After the interview, when Ingraham discovered the video had been taken down, she noted relevant comments regarding censorship that YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki had recently made.

"Anything that would go against World Health Organization recommendations would be a violation of our policy ... [removal] is another really important part of of our policy," Wojcicki reportedly said.

See the complete story at The Blaze.

Monday, April 27, 2020

YouTube censors doctors video

Tonight (April 27, 2020) Laura Ingraham interviewed Doctors Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi of Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield, California, who claim that Californians should no longer be required to shelter-in-place because of COVID-19. At the end of Ingraham's show, she indicated that a YouTube video of the doctors which had gone viral had just been removed by YouTube. Here is the original link.

The original link:

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NO science behind the lockdown | Dr Dan Erickson

Full briefing:

Dr. Daniel Erickson is an emergency medicine specialist graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in 2004 that has been practicing for 16 years, now at Accelerated Urgent Care in Bakersfield, CA.

#COVID19 series:

Harvard, UNC, Fauci, NIH, WHO, B&M Gates Foundation guilty of
#COVID19 | Prof Francis Boyle, JD, PhD

#COVID19 is caused by vaccines | Dr Judy Mikovits, PhD

NO science behind the lockdown | Dr Dan Erickson

Where did
#COVID19 come from? | The Epoch Times

Don't accept any kind of vaccination | Dr Luc Montagnier (Nobel Prize Medicine 2008: discovered HIV)

We're likely overreacting to COVID and dooming ourselves to a horrible future | Prof. John Ioannidis

Flatten the curve is a start, not a solution | Dr David L. Katz, MD

COVID deniers

Governments scour the Earth for hideous diseases to weaponise them | Dr Francis Boyle, PhD

Govts are genetically engineering viruses to wipe out millions | Dr David Sinclair, PhD

#COVID19 with Vitamin C | Dr Rhonda Patrick, PhD

It ain't ARDS! It's hypoxia |
#COVID19 Docs at the Front

The Pedigree of Bill Gates' Depopulation Agenda | Greg Reese

Victor Davis Hanson on “The Case For Trump”

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Twitter bans popular conservative for joke Joe Biden meme

The blaze has reported that Twitter has suspended a popular conservative account for posting a joke meme about presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

The Biden campaign installed a create-your-own "Team Joe" meme generator on its campaign website. It became an opportunity for social media jokesters to create fake endorsements.

Soon Twitter was besieged by fake Joe Biden "endorsements" featuring "the devil, several members of the media including CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta, convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, 'Corn Pop,' and a 'lying dog-faced pony soldier.'"

Popular conservative account, ALX, run by a production administrator for Turning Point USA, took advantage of the Biden campaign's meme generator by posting an endorsement from Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping.

Twitter suspended the AXL account. RedState wrote about the suspension and the offending tweet. An example of the AXL meme and RedState's commentary is below.

Turning Point USA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2012 by Charlie Kirk. The organization’s mission is to identify, educate, train, and organize students to promote the principles of freedom, free markets, and limited government.

See the complete story at The Blaze