posted on Oct, 4 2020 @ 08:02 AM
Flatten the curve, wait 2 weeks, wait 2 more weeks, wait...sheeesh. Now it's cases making the news because deaths have plummeted. This is the
biggest con ever run by greedy pharmaceutical companies and corrupt officials ever seen.
I was around someone who had a fever of 103 degrees F. I watched his 2 children while he went to the hospital to get his 15 minute Covid test as
dictated by his place of employment. 2 hours later he returned. they called him as he was walking in the door and said he had to return and redo it
as it came back "invalid". So back in he goes. I continue watching his children. He returns and is diagnosed as "positive" Immediately he is
placed into 2 weeks quarantine. His employer (a small tool shop) says that he doesn't get paid for the entire time frame and he must file for
unemployment and hope he is approved. They also do not pay for the tests. He lived and has since returned to work.
I have always been a fierce opponent of this scandemic, but erring on the side of caution, I also contacted my employer and informed them that I was
around someone who tested positive for Covid. I work with several people between the age of 60-83 years old for a LARGE corporation and felt
compelled to despite my beliefs on the matter. I was told that I must be tested or I can not come back to work. So I took a test that I do not
believe in and now hope my insurance covers the cost. I had to wait for 3 days for the results to come back. The lab results stated I was negative,
but with a cautionary liability paragraph which stated that this test is not FDA approved and it may very well be a "false" negative. I have no idea
how my wages will be paid for time lost from work that I never requested.
If you follow this to it's logical conclusion, everyone who was around a person who required testing should also be tested. If not, then you have
allowed 2-3 days elapse while awaiting results and spreading the virus to even more people. All employees and customers would be at risk. I find it
funny how small businesses are shut down entirely when someone tests positive, but I never really hear about any large corporations shutting down
Lowes, Home depot, Walmart, etc...
Apparently does not happen. Essential workers at certain major corporations are allowed to remain open and intermingling with huge volumes of
customers are exposed to the at risk public moreso than anywhere else. I guess essential workers are a special breed. We are impervious to this
virus. God forbid a large corporation should shut down and lose huge profits for 2 weeks along with the bad public relations associated with it.
Too big to fail sound familiar?
Scared of what exactly?
There is no pandemic. There never was. Anyone swallowing this drivel still 7 months later needs their head examined. One day folks are gonna wake
up and realized just how bad they have been played.
edit on 4-10-2020 by Frodolives because: (no reason given)