- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is no longer recommending testing for everyone who’s been exposed to Covid-19, saying people who don’t have symptoms “do not necessarily need a test.”
- The agency quietly revised its testing guidance for asymptomatic individuals Monday, advising people who are vulnerable to the virus to get tested if they have been within 6 feet of an infected individual for at least 15 minutes.The agency previously recommended testing for anyone with a “recent known or suspected exposure” to the virus even if they did not have symptoms.
- “You do not necessarily need a test unless you are a vulnerable individual or your health care provider or State or local public health officials recommend you take one,” the CDC’s site now says of people without symptoms who were in close contact with an infected person for at least 15 minutes. “A negative test does not mean you will not develop an infection from the close contact or contract an infection at a later time.”
- “current best estimate” is that up to 50% of spread of the virus occurs before patients begin to experience symptoms.
- Assistant Secretary for Health Adm. Brett Giroir, who leads the Trump administration’s testing effort, defended the policy change, saying it empowers local health officials and clinicians.
- He also denied allegations of bowing to political pressure from the Trump administration.
- “Let me tell you, right up front that the new guidelines are a CDC action,” he said, adding that members of the White House coronavirus task force, including Dr. Anthony Fauci and CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield, discussed and agreed on the new guidelines.
- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo also slammed the change in guidance, calling it “political propaganda” designed to support the reelection efforts of President Donald Trump.
There are two competing Pandemic narratives. One pushed by people who are…untrustable. The other side…by people who are risking everything to speak sense into this chaotic and insane panic.”
More physical attacks against Whites will be coming no matter what we say or believe. Just look at how your friend base fell apart the last few years. Consider how all relationships are stressed today. Many are isolated because of the COVID-19 lock downs. The rest hide behind masks that block crucial facial expressions. Remember the experiment they did on babies by providing them with food and shelter, but not personal interaction? They died.
Our personhood dissolves by the minute and when that goes, when we are so objectified that we are seen as germs, that invisible protective environment (society) we depended upon vanishes too. And with that gone, sin takes on the nature of a virus; it multiplies, dominates, and kills all in its path. We see how this works every day now.
An old dictionary describes sin as
“The voluntary departure of a moral agent from a known rule of rectitude or duty, prescribed by God.”1828 Webster’s Dictionary
In short, when our heart becomes cold and our moral reflexes stiffen, then the civil state we depend on dries up and blows away. Lawlessness and evil run rampant.
What are you doing to keep your moral muscles flexible?
When one nation found herself in the same condition we find ourselves today, God, like a wise and caring doctor, gave her a check up. He accurately diagnosed what was wrong, explained it to her, and gave her a prescription for the cure. He did this through the prophet Isaiah.
Alas, sinful nation, People weighed down with iniquity…Where will you be stricken again, as you continue in your rebellion? The whole head is sick, and the whole heart is faint. From the sole of the foot even to the head there is nothing sound in it. Only bruises, welts, and raw wounds, not pressed out or bandaged, nor softened with oil. Your land is desolate, your cities are burned with fire, your fields — strangers are devouring them in your presence; It is desolation, as overthrown by strangers.Isaiah 1:4-7
God then prescribed precisely what she needed to do to get better. He gave her 8 pills to take for the cure.
1. Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean;Isaiah 1:16-17
2. Remove the evil of your deeds from My sight.
3. Cease to do evil,
4. Learn to do good;
5. Seek justice,
6. Reprove the ruthless,
7. Defend the orphan,
8. Plead for the widow.
God, like a medical specialist, knew what she needed to do to get well. He followed His prescription with a strong encouragement and warning to follow His advise.
If you consent and obey, you will eat the best of the land; but if you refuse and rebel, you will be devoured by the sword.Isaiah 1:19-20
Does that move you to do something different? Can we take this medicine on faith that our future health will be better?
With this encouragement, I have started a business to help the nation swallow these 8 pills that can cure America of her sickness. I started a business because our nation needs the discipline of an organization of people more than it needs the discipline of a single individual. No President can save us from the sickness our nation has fallen prey to. Only by coming back together as a well informed people can we create the synergy needed to overcome the evil that plagues us.
I challenge you to swallow the first pill if you have not already and join me in taking the rest. By passing on this prescription to 3 others in 45 days who can do the same, we can reach 64 million Americans in 2 years! Your goodness can grow like a virus if you try. Imagine the antiviral effect that will have on our country and world.
Learn more at my project site American Synergy.
Whatever we are doing isn’t working. Life is being taken from us. Would you feel better if you had a lawyer in times like these? How about if you were working with others to make a better future?
What constitutes torture and how does your current life differ from it? Are you treated like a virus but not sick? What does Amnesty International have to say about your lifestyle the last 2 months? If you are being tortured, how do you think it will end for you and your family?
What will the civil war look like? You are looking at it. Turley compares the past Columbia civil war as most like what to expect here.