new-logo251_002Don Bowman

In my Opinion……
The number of claimed covid deaths is significantly lower than reported, and deaths from the so-called vaccines continues to rise. While some crow about “remarkably safe, effective” vaccines, nothing could be further from the truth. It never has been true no matter which vaccine you are reviewing. Although widely available, these jabs have taken the lives of nearly 15,000 individuals, and permanently injured many hundreds of thousands. There is nothing safe about them. The public is being used to conduct test runs and they are paying a high price.

In an effort to further antagonize and propagandize the public, numerous articles are appearing across the net concerning how to limit the spread of this illusive virus that no one has been able to isolate: or so they say. Now, its the Delta Variant. This variant is a direct result of the vaccines and is highly transmissible. Looming on the horizon is the so-called lamda variant, another offshoot of the vaccines. So what do they suggest we do about that?
Take flying for instance.

If you are forced to fly with a plane load of passengers who are vaccinated and spreading the new variants…what protection do you have? None. Vaccinated people should no longer be able to fly. The risk of them spreading their infections to others on the plane, plus the danger they pose to individuals in the area they are traveling to, should be of utmost concern. Unfortunately, it appears no one at the CDC, FDA, or any other public agency thought about that. Or maybe they did but decided profits from these vaccines that aren’t really vaccines was far more important.
Beyond limiting the virus’s flow from hot spots to the rest of the country, allowing only unvaccinated people on domestic flights will limit the spread of the virus and its variants. Infected people who have received the vaccines and are now spreading the Delta variant as a result, can spread that infection not only during flights, but also at their chosen destination.
A no-fly list for vaccinated individuals is the obvious next step. It will help limit the risk of transmission at destinations where people travel to and will stop the vaccinated from spreading these variants to local citizens.
It is imperative that they are quarantined and isolated away from the rest of the public to stop the spread of this variant.
Flying is a right, and the case for restricting it to unvaccinated people is straightforward: The federal government is the sole entity that can regulate the terms and conditions of airline safety, but don;t look for any postive actions from them.