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FORSETH - Those with degrees from the University of Facebook, or YouTube, or whatever other whack-a-doodle place, are sharing crap like this over and over again

 


I’M SICK OF IT!!!

 

Sick of individuals who find BS fabricated facts, regarding COVID-19, and then pass it on.

 

Sick of individuals who DELIBERATELY mislead the public.

 

Sick of individuals who seem to think that the deaths of thousand of Canadians, and no less than 1,600+ British Columbians is no big deal.

 

And I’m sick of those who willfully attempt to confuse others with nonsense ... nonsense like what is shown in this image.

 


Arrest Dr. Bonnie Henry?

 

What a bunch of extremist manipulative nonsense. It is FACTUALLY untrue, but those with degrees from the University of Facebook, or YouTube, or whatever other whack-a-doodle place are sharing crap like this over and over again.

 

Here’s the FACTS, which I easily found in a CBC News story:

 

"The study found that the proportion of deaths in nursing homes represented 69 per cent of Canada's overall COVID-19 deaths, which is significantly higher than the international average of 41 per cent."

 

As of Sunday May 9th, there had been 24,626 Canadian deaths related to COVID-19; based on the 69% average, that means there would have been approximately 16,992 seniors who would have died from it – over 7,600 were not.

 

But what difference does that make? A death, especially one that could have been prevented, is a death … regardless of the age.

 

It's a shame that those so opposed to protecting the health and safety of others, can't use factual information ... but hey, that wouldn't fit with their narrative.

 

Still, the bottom line is, every person taken from us due to COVID-19, and the fool prolonging it due to their false narrative impacting people to not follow guidelines, is too many.

 

Is it a waste of time to try and counter the false narrative of these COVidiots?

Perhaps so, however if trying helps change the minds of even a handful people, so that they respect the guidelines we’re being asked to follow –and especially if it has them get vaccinated –then it’s been worth it no matter how frustrating.

Here’s my request … DO NOT let false information go unchallenged. Present the facts from legitimate and respected sources, and help counter the nonsense being put forward by those who put the health and safety of everyone at risk – even those as young as 2 years old!

And help those you know, who might be nervous about getting the vaccine, understand it’s not just so they don’t get the virus, but so that we can get back to normal once again by having enough vaccinated that we achieve herd immunity.

 

Let’s shine a huge spotlight on the false narratives out there --- present the facts --- and help those seeking knowledge, factual knowledge, find what they need.

Otherwise, we'll be locked in this endless COVID cycle for a very long time.

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