My my, this is interesting…

PA Governor Tom Wolf has tested negative twice since testing positive for Covid. Hmmm. False positive? Our numbers do not add up in this state.


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4 Responses to My my, this is interesting…

  1. CW says:

    It’s almost as if politics, not “science,” are driving the COVID stats, eh?

    My husband said Ben Shapiro had a guest on his show yesterday on this subject and the guest said they had tested plain water and got a positive for COVID. Elon Musk was tested 4 times in one day and was negative twice and positive twice. Obviously I don’t doubt that we have a serious pandemic but the truth of the stats matters and democrats seem intent on creating their own “truth.”

    What else is new, right?

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    • tannngl says:

      I’m now believing that the numbers have been fabricated by many false inferences of the diagnoses. Heart attacks, strokes with a cough diagnosed as covid. Hospitals get an additional $5000-7000 per patient if diagnosed as covid. My niece had 4 covid tests 3 were positive and the last negative. They are counting all testing as a ‘case’. Another person was supposed to be tested, went for the test but did not get it. Paperwork done. She got a result of positive. So, if you die of covid, CW, you probably died of something else.


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