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This was hard to believe. It's backfiring on them big time right now... good:


Care workers abused at rallies against B.C.’s new vaccine card​

Health-care workers were abused and harassed at anti-vaccine rallies outside B.C. hospitals on Wednesday.

Kathy MacNeil, president and CEO of the Island Health, said some workers at health-care facilities were verbally abused as they came to and from work, and at least one staff member was physically assaulted.

 

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This kind of protest was hard to believe. It's backfiring on them big time right now... good:

Care workers abused at rallies against B.C.’s new vaccine card​

Health-care workers were abused and harassed at anti-vaccine rallies outside B.C. hospitals on Wednesday.

Kathy MacNeil, president and CEO of the Island Health, said some workers at health-care facilities were verbally abused as they came to and from work, and at least one staff member was physically assaulted.

 

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This was hard to believe. It's backfiring on them big time right now... good:

Care workers abused at rallies against B.C.’s new vaccine card​

Wonder how many of these folks protesting hospitals usually back police - except when the cops are enforcing COVID-related measures? :unsure:
 

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Wonder how many of these folks protesting hospitals usually back police - except when the cops are enforcing COVID-related measures? :unsure:

I saw this posted on Twitter. One of the protestors sent Liza Yuzda a note. Draw your own conclusions....


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Why did any white male ever fight in a war for Canada just to be forced to be vaccinated, masked . . .

The vaccinating before the fighting . . .

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Showing off vaccination marks at Camp Hughes (Canadian military training camp in Manitoba), in August 1916. Image added to CGWP database by the Kenora Great War Project.

The masking during . . .

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Canadian troops wearing gas masks carry a wounded soldier at the Battle of Amiens on the Western Front in 1918

Why? The same reason now as then - to try to stay healthy and alive.

Arsehole!
 

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My wife's legal read of this https://www.fda.gov/media/150386/do...UByOowFN4lMHvIAYzEtAGWJ7QN9Umz_8hNibVs2r527xU

Is basically the PfizerBioNTech COVID‑19 Vaccine continues under the EUA. Their new version COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) is now approved by the FDA in full.

However it's her feeling that the protection from liability only applies to the PfizerBioNTech COVID‑19 Vaccine under the EUA and not to the new COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA). What will be interesting is if Pfizer-BioNTech continues to produce the vaccine under the EUA label to maintain that legal protection for themselves. Particularity as the vaccine becomes mandated.
 

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My wife's legal read of this https://www.fda.gov/media/150386/do...UByOowFN4lMHvIAYzEtAGWJ7QN9Umz_8hNibVs2r527xU

Is basically the PfizerBioNTech COVID‑19 Vaccine continues under the EUA. Their new version COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) is now approved by the FDA in full.

However it's her feeling that the protection from liability only applies to the PfizerBioNTech COVID‑19 Vaccine under the EUA and not to the new COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA). What will be interesting is if Pfizer-BioNTech continues to produce the vaccine under the EUA label to maintain that legal protection for themselves. Particularity as the vaccine becomes mandated.
Shocked Cosmo Kramer GIF
 

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The levels of ignorance makes one squirm...

Alberta feed stores inundated with calls for ivermectin over false claims livestock dewormer treats COVID​


Alberta feed stores say they're receiving a deluge of callers asking to buy ivermectin due to misinformation that suggests the livestock dewormer can be used to treat COVID-19 in humans.

Lance Olson, manager of Lone Star Tack & Feed Inc., located just outside of Calgary, said false claims circulating about the animal medication have brought the wrong kind of attention to his business.

"It's obviously not intended for human use in any way shape or form. It's meant to get rid of worms in horses' guts … so, these people see that ivermectin liquid, they search it, our website comes up and they give us a call thinking that we can just sell it to them," Olson said.


I suspect that for most of them this is not the first time they’ve dabbled in eating paste…
 

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Spiking pretty hard here in AB, 30+ new hospitalizations a day so far, almost 1/4 in ICU.

An organization I’m a part of expects me to spend two days in Calgary in early October for some important training. Not a friggin’ chance. If they want me trained up they can send me to the one running in Halifax instead.

This was hard to believe. It's backfiring on them big time right now... good:


Care workers abused at rallies against B.C.’s new vaccine card​

Health-care workers were abused and harassed at anti-vaccine rallies outside B.C. hospitals on Wednesday.

Kathy MacNeil, president and CEO of the Island Health, said some workers at health-care facilities were verbally abused as they came to and from work, and at least one staff member was physically assaulted.


I would happily gear up and clear paths for ambulances or patients coming in. Protest all you want, be loud and annoying, fine. Block ambulances? Not OK, ever, under any circumstances.
 

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My wife's legal read of this https://www.fda.gov/media/150386/do...UByOowFN4lMHvIAYzEtAGWJ7QN9Umz_8hNibVs2r527xU

Is basically the PfizerBioNTech COVID‑19 Vaccine continues under the EUA. Their new version COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA) is now approved by the FDA in full.

However it's her feeling that the protection from liability only applies to the PfizerBioNTech COVID‑19 Vaccine under the EUA and not to the new COMIRNATY (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA). What will be interesting is if Pfizer-BioNTech continues to produce the vaccine under the EUA label to maintain that legal protection for themselves. Particularity as the vaccine becomes mandated.
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Colin Parkinson

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An organization I’m a part of expects me to spend two days in Calgary in early October for some important training. Not a friggin’ chance. If they want me trained up they can send me to the one running in Halifax instead.



I would happily gear up and clear paths for ambulances or patients coming in. Protest all you want, be loud and annoying, fine. Block ambulances? Not OK, ever, under any circumstances.
People feel they are being pushed into a corner and scapegoated, so why is anyone surprised they are pushing back? You don't have to agree with them, to realize this is a direct consequence of mandating the vaccines and limiting peoples movements and options.
 

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It's probably going to get a little bit worse before it gets better. I had someone get mad at me today because I was wearing a mask.
 

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People feel they are being pushed into a corner and scapegoated, so why is anyone surprised they are pushing back? You don't have to agree with them, to realize this is a direct consequence of mandating the vaccines and limiting peoples movements and options.
As I said, go ahead and protest. But I’m willing to use reasonable force to clear routes into hospitals for ambulances should it come to that.

The antivaxers aren’t being ‘scapegoated’. You aren’t a ‘scapegoat’ when the data shows that you’re literally the problem. They’re being held accountable for the choices they’re making freely. That’s not the same thing.
 

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People feel they are being pushed into a corner and scapegoated, so why is anyone surprised they are pushing back?
Why would the hospitals trying to help be a focus for pushing back, though? Why are they pushing back at people who are trying to cure people who are sick, and not against the politicians who make the decisions?

If media reports here, here and here are correct about ambulances being slowed down and/or blocked, well, that's a line crossed - do things, expect consequences.
 
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