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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

When did measles mutate from a childhood disease that we all caught, got over and gained immunity to becoming so terrifying that 35 cases is reported with horror?

Just how afraid of life do they expect us to be?

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Calling the media Birdbrains is an attack on the wrong end of a bird. The media are more like Bird Droppings.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

“the polls are wrong because there’s a Hidden Biden vote”

The “hidden Joementia vote” in two words: voter fraud.

Why do we still pretend that our country enjoys free and fair elections?

Either we must play by the same illegal game rules but with the sure threat of prosecution or we must accept the political reality—one party rule.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

The AP story about that poor girl murdered in Georgia really 1. pissed me off about the way it was reported 2. made me think Hamas had written the story as it was about as believable as anything coming out of AP in the Middle East and 3. reinforced my commitment to vote for Trump this year as NONE of these Washington fools want to do ANYTHING to stop this illegal alien crap going on and Trump is the only one who has stated he wants to deport these monsters.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

There are Birdbrains everywhere. In the press, in government and especially in "education". Problem is there was a time when the Birdbrains were confined to an insane asylum. Now they get promoted to positions of power. Seems like the dumber one is the higher they go. Guess this is what DEI gets us.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

The most missed fact is that South Carolina has open primaries and the Haley campaign launched a sub rosa effort to attract Democrats to vote for her as an anti-Trump message. That and apathy (Trump has the nomination wrapped up) led to Haley sweeping a number of conservative enclaves in Charleston County. We hope to close the primary voting circus ASAP!

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

Wait a minute - although measles is an average kinda germ (unless you’re an adult who never had) no one seems to wonder who the unvax’d germy kids might be. How many of the illegal invaders have the full complement of CDC mandated kid vaccinations? Shouldn’t they be the ones quarantining?

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I am going to be that guy, so feel free to rag on me.... Weren't measles on their way out due to herd immunity in about 1963 - right when a vaccine became available? I am not an anti-vax guy(anti Covid treatment for sure), but after Ancil Keys published his BigSugar funded 'fat studies' in 1957 I feel the narratives fit what Big(Anything) wants.

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There likely will be an uptick in many diseases that had long been eradicated in this country because of the illegal invasion. There was a time when immigrants were vetted and checked for infectious diseases before they could enter.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

The measles headlines are rampant - used to bludgeon conservatives and COVID anti-vaxxers.

I don't know much about the measles, but in the late 1950's, when my sister had the mumps, our family doctor instructed my mother to have me go and kiss her so I would get the mumps.

At that young age, I thought it was a little weird to go and kiss my sister out of the blue, but I did, and I got the mumps according to plan. I also had the chicken pox.

That was the "vaccine" strategy called natural immunity.

F*ck mainstream media and associated federal "Health" departments

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

A decade or so ago, our local AP Capitol reporter here had more Democrat yard signs in his yard than the Dem HQ a couple blocks away. He went on to get appointed to a better paying gig by the next Dem governor.

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"No, there is no killer measles epidemic sweeping the nation"

No, there is not - but it does remind me that with all of the illegals flowing into the nation, many are carrying diseases that were all but eradicated in the last half of the previous century - and the efficacy of stockpile of vaccines is likely questionable, at this juncture.

No, we who are of level heads and clear minds ought not panic, but we SHOULD raise awareness of the resurgence of once-eliminated health risks.

"AP couldn’t pull it off. Editors slapped a headline on the story that delved into the Twilight Zone: 'The killing of a nursing student out for a run highlights the fears of solo female athletes.'"

How in the hell does one make a quantum-leap of logic like that? The mental gymnastics and contortions one must perform as a leftist and cog in the machinery of the propaganda apparatus is beyond incredulity.

Christina Pushaw would make an excellent press secretary for a second Trump administration.

"'The school is in Weston, an upper-middle class and wealthy suburb, with a median household annual income of more than $120,000.'"

I can't help but wonder if these occurrences correlate with that of wealthy leftists taking in illegal aliens as modern-day slaves.

"I agree that they are wrong, but this is not the example."

Depending upon who is meant by, "they", I may have to take issue with your opinion - while I would hope that parents would vaccinate their children against diseases which are likely to be all but fatal or disfiguring, it's no one's place to mandate it - especially not the state, and given the corruption of virtually every institution that could be counted on to be a backstop for genuine dis- and mis-information, certainly not any non-profit. No, irresponsible parents are only accountable to God.

For many of these diseases however, the natural immunity accrued from contracting it is the most effective immunity possible. I would be most hesitant to characterize such parents as irresponsible.

I would hope that Trump voters turn out for the election that matters, and disregard the polls that show Trump two or three percentage points over JoeBama - if there was ever an election in which every single one of our votes was crucial, it's this one.

As for the poll, it's a tie between "Saint" Tony and "Docter" Jill - but Fauci's damage is more pervasive and widespread, so he gets my vote.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

The msm continue to live down to their level with snail undersides but the people are waking up courtesy of the Don Surbers Elons Tuckers and Truth Social.I often think of El-Rushbo at times like this and imagine his takes while smiling.The bb brains are still telling us the economy is roaring and Haley is scoring with the voters.Full blown TDS epidemic is running wild in newsrooms but is undetected in the victims.Great post with a bit rougher poll needing aota.Thank you Don and carry on.

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Super article, Don. Those with Birdbrain or As Sophie wrote Joementia have gone into fourth stage illness. Magical thinking. “When Reality fails us, there is always delusion.” Conan O’Brian….

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Fauci was the easy choice but I went with President Jill Biden, the evil ghost behind Joe. *** You and all of us lucky readers know the First Rule of [what passes for] Journalism is follow the DNC narrative. *** The Second Rule of "Journalism" is sensationalize the sun coming up in the East. *** The Third Rule of Journalism is only allow the most ignorant people write stories to be edited by DNC operatives. *** I will not call the murder of Lake Riley unfortunate. Fortune was not a player. Her murder is a part of a pattern, another statistic. Lake Riley's murder is unlikely to have national implications because like many others before her, her death will be shoved down the memory hole by the media. *** If you own a car in Georgia, you must choose your license plate from among about 200 options. Your plate can reflect your personal history, e.g., as a veteran (including specific service and war), your college emblem, your membership in an organization, your county of residence, a motto such as In God We Trust. The selection of colleges is not limited to Georgia. It is regional reflecting the passion residents feel about their schools, their fellow alumni and the current state of their former schools. Lake's murder has occurred within that environment. Her murder is viewed as a personal insult to UGA and every one of its alumni. It is a reminder to parents of current students that their children are in danger because of the Democrats. It is an affront to the standards of conduct expected in this strong Christian environment. Her murder is a story that will not be buried or forgotten by Georgians when it comes time to vote. *** Georgia a swing state? I don't think that is true for this election.

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Feb 27Liked by Don Surber

It's hard for me to understand how these reporters (? -- are they really?) approach their jobs. Their ability not to see a stituation for what it is -- illegal kills nursing student -- is just stunning to me. Like I've said before, it has to be the education system. Many are infused with political correctness and a globalist, leftist view to their cores. This does not make for healthy leadership or institutions and we area already seeing that. Let the legacy media die a slow and painful death because it is much deserved. Let the new media take it place, as it already is or we wouldn't be on this blog regularly!

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