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15 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

It's just a mad conspiracy theory the Ostriches cried. It's coming and you won't like it...

 

 

'Its a cracker',,, ;)

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What the msm won't ever show you...

 

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55 minutes ago, Tsunami said:

Yes, but that doesn't say, or mean, that the prosecutions per se were illegal and could not be served.

Unlawful = not conforming to, permitted by, or recognised by law or rules. Another word might be illegal. :rolleyes:

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2 hours ago, Tsunami said:

It would be fun, but I am not obeying with time limitations. What about the last year ?

Yes, indeed, if you can manage that, let’s see them.  

But you do realise I asked for facts and figures rather than your trademark blather?

This should be even more fun.  :D

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1 hour ago, Tsunami said:

Yes, but that doesn't say, or mean, that the prosecutions per se were illegal and could not be served. Confusion yes, but that's bad management. There must be thousands of COVID non conformers who were fined fixed penalties for breaking the COVID laws so not illegal to issue the fines.

 

BTW I don't read the Telegraph, and never have, so another convenient assumption. :D

Was it not reported in the Beano?  :D

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Oh, look, now that total Covid patients in hospital has gone above 1,000 the BBC has started to quote the actual number.

No mention that it went down to 869 over the last month and that going over 1,000 is hardly “figures rocketing”.

And, for perspective, no mention that it was 38,000 in January.

While just 6 deaths today barely merits a mention.

BBC bias.

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From the same stable as 'don't take your hairdryer into the bathroom' and don't feed your kids laundry capsules'.

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22 minutes ago, DC2 said:

Oh, look, now that total Covid patients in hospital has gone above 1,000 the BBC has started to quote the actual number.

No mention that it went down to 869 over the last month and that going over 1,000 is hardly “figures rocketing”.

And, for perspective, no mention that it was 38,000 in January.

While just 6 deaths today barely merits a mention.

Don't deny the opportunity to make headlines - give the 1,000 a chance to die... :unsure:

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2 hours ago, stevehone said:

once the CPS threw every one of the 'penalties' out for being unlawful, the government coverup was just another step to proof of what's actually going on

And yet another example of the courts ruling on unlawful government behaviour... :rolleyes:

https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/government-awarding-public-first-contract-award-was-unlawful-high-court-rules-1042775

No doubt Tsunami will still argue that they just filled in some forms wrong... :D

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Remember at the start of the scamdemic when the term 'essential workers' was first defined and folks were asking why journalists were classed as 'essential'.

Well now we know. They were required to disseminate Government lies and disinformation.

 

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9 hours ago, Humphrey Appleby said:

And yet another example of the courts ruling on unlawful government behaviour... :rolleyes:

https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/government-awarding-public-first-contract-award-was-unlawful-high-court-rules-1042775

No doubt Tsunami will still argue that they just filled in some forms wrong... :D

Oi, don’t disturb him, he’s been up all night gathering some facts and figures for his next post.  :D

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14 hours ago, Blupanther said:

What the msm won't ever show you...

 

As we have now come to expect from Twitter , that is something of a half truth . Ron de Santis didn’t sign the executive order removing control from local mayors until 3rd May 2021 ,so it’s a falsehood to claim that there have been no restrictions throughout the state for a whole year.

If the Twitter babe had bothered to check her facts she would have seen the on the day she posted it, new cases had increased by 50% from the previous week , up from 8877 to 12049:, as at 7th June .Meanwhile the neighbouring state of Georgia which has removed its restrictions much more cautiously and slowly was down by about 50 % from 3569 to 2556. 
 

It cannot be denied that Florida has been one of the best performing states in its handling of the virus, but equally some states with stronger restrictions such as Washington State and Oregon have done better while not all the states with few restrictions have performed as well as Florida.

Constantly pumping out dopey tweets about Florida without reference or comparison to other states proves nothing at all except to those whose agenda it fits.

Its worth pointing out that roughly half the US states have rising cases and roughly half half falling cases. There are massive variations in the way it has been handled and no obvious reason why some have done better than others. It is very complex . Not that the Twitterati are really into detailed analysis.

Carry on.

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32 minutes ago, E I Addio said:

As we have now come to expect from Twitter , that is something of a half truth . Ron de Santis didn’t sign the executive order removing control from local mayors until 3rd May 2021 ,so it’s a falsehood to claim that there have been no restrictions throughout the state for a whole year.

If the Twitter babe had bothered to check her facts she would have seen the on the day she posted it, new cases had increased by 50% from the previous week , up from 8877 to 12049:, as at 7th June .Meanwhile the neighbouring state of Georgia which has removed its restrictions much more cautiously and slowly was down by about 50 % from 3569 to 2556. 
 

It cannot be denied that Florida has been one of the best performing states in its handling of the virus, but equally some states with stronger restrictions such as Washington State and Oregon have done better while not all the states with few restrictions have performed as well as Florida.

Constantly pumping out dopey tweets about Florida without reference or comparison to other states proves nothing at all except to those whose agenda it fits.

Its worth pointing out that roughly half the US states have rising cases and roughly half half falling cases. There are massive variations in the way it has been handled and no obvious reason why some have done better than others. It is very complex . Not that the Twitterati are really into detailed analysis.

Carry on.

Cases...:rofl: 

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