Interview w/Dr. Sherri Tenpenny on Covid-19 Virus

A few weeks ago, the Covid-19 Virus was worse. Since then, I have heard that hospital admissions, notably in New York, where it was quite bad, have gone down. It would appear, in my opinion, that nationwide, we have already hit the peak and are now on the downhill side with things subsiding. That’s good!  The weird thing is, that while things are getting better and more testing has been done, I am seeing more people than ever wearing masks— more than a few weeks back when things were actually worse!

While I had tuned in many times to hear news updates on CNN and Fox News, I got curious about what else is being said, from doctors or people who know vaccines, on YouTube or other websites.   I found this video interview, with Dr. Sherri Tenpenny.  (below)

NOTE: You are on your own with this video. What you do, or don’t do, and what you believe or don’t believe, is entirely up to you and your own doing.  I am not responsible or liable. I am not a Doctor and am not telling you what to do. That is between you and your Doctor, and is your own choice.   I am sharing info. It is up to you to use your own critical thinking skills. Also, sharing this video does NOT mean that I believe or agree with everything else on the website I found it on. I don’t.  So, with that said—

Meet Dr. Sherri Tenpenny.  She also has more/other videos on Youtube. And her own website. Have a listen, and decide what *you* think of this interview with her.  I found this to be interesting information, for example, right in the beginning and at 22 minutes-onward, and at 24 minutes-30 seconds-onward. https://beforeitsnews.com/health/2020/05/dr-tenpenny-this-is-the-biggest-scam-ever-perpetrated-on-the-human-race-3022120.html

TED Talks suck

Ted Talks. They suck.

Have I listened to every one of them? No. But some of them. And I’m not impressed. In fact, I’m mostly turned off. They suck. Why? Because—-

1. They lack Passion. They are far too “acceptable” and politically correct and say things that are pathetically easy to agree with anyway, but that I very likely could care less about.

2. Where are the conservative Ted Talks? Oh, you might hear one about the dire warnings of climate change, etc.  But where is the TED TALK from someone who thinks climate change is bogus? or who is a member of the NRA? or someone against Globalism? They’re just too liberal all-around. And—-

3. It feels like they don’t have the guts to do TED TALKS on   controversial things, unless it’s to present a very liberal view. They avoid controversy too much. It’s “speeches-lite”, about as boring as anything you might hear in a Toastmasters speech. (Insert big Yawn here).