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Medical Miracle at MIT as “Party of Science!” Democrats Bans China Virus Cure

Imagine that you’ve contracted a potentially fatal illness. It seems like you’re on your way out. You feel like you’re dying. But then your doctor tells you there’s an experimental treatment – not approved by the FDA yet – that could potentially cure you.

Would you take it? Most people would, especially if that experimental treatment has been successfully and safely used to treat patients with a different illness for more than 50 years.

If you live in Nevada, you don’t have to worry about such thought exercises now during the Chinese coronavirus outbreak. That’s because Nevada’s Democrat Governor Steve Sisolak has banned the use of anti-malarial drugs to treat the Chinese disease.

So much for the “Party of Science!” Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably already know that hydroxychloroquine – a common anti-malarial drug that’s been around for decades – has successfully cured hundreds of coronavirus patients already.

A doctor in New York treated 350 patients with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin (Z-Pac), a broad-spectrum antibiotic that works great against pneumonia and other secondary respiratory infections. All 350 patients were cured of coronavirus using this experimental treatment – a 100% success rate. Doctors in a controlled study in France found a similar result in patients.

The Chinese bat soup disease causes the lungs to fill with fluid, particularly among elderly patients with secondary conditions until they have severe pneumonia, which kills them. But with hydroxychloroquine, the fluid dissipates from the lungs within six hours and they can breathe again – which seems to be followed by a full recovery.

Democrat Governor Sisolak has issued an executive order that says it’s better for his constituents in Nevada to die from coronavirus than to give President Trump a public policy victory. For his next trick, perhaps Sisolak will invoke martial law and put tanks in the streets to protect Nevada’s strategic toilet paper reserves.

Now, about that medical miracle at MIT that I mentioned in the headline for this piece. Researchers have been able to record the sub-microscopic protein reactions that take place across the surface of starfish eggs at the exact moment when they are fertilized. An incredible, beautiful and explosive pattern of spiral-shaped waves ripple across the surface of the eggs as the proteins are activated and go to work enabling the process of cell division.

You can view an animated GIF of the process on this page at MIT if you scroll down about midway. This spiral-like action is the exact same pattern viewed when brain waves and other processes occur in adults.

What’s that have to do with a coronavirus cure? Nothing at all.

But it is scientific proof that life begins at the very moment of conception in all sexually reproducing species, including humans. (Not that the MIT researchers admitted that in their findings.) Under more normal times, this is the type of scientific discovery that might be a lead story, but during the current crisis, it’s received almost no coverage at all.

Here is one way that the discovery does relate to coronavirus, at least tangentially. Several states, such as Texas, have shut down Planned Parenthood clinics during the coronavirus outbreak, limiting their butchery services to “medically necessary abortions.”

This is hilarious, because now all that Planned Parenthood can do is sputter in rage. They have no other argument to counter the action, because they can’t come out and admit that there is no such thing as a “medically necessary abortion.”

The “life of the mother” argument over abortion has always been patently false. There is no medical condition in existence that necessitates an abortion in order to save a woman’s life. So, as a result, zero abortions are happening in those states until the coronavirus shutdowns end.

Here’s a fun statistic that you won’t see on MSNBC anytime soon. If all Planned Parenthood clinics were to be shut down for two weeks, it would save the lives of 42,000 babies! That’s almost three times as many lives saved as the Chinese coronavirus is expected to take in the rest of 2020 in the US, especially now that the Trump Cure of hydroxychloroquine has been discovered.

And yes, I’m going to refer to it as the “Trump Cure” from now on, just as I will continue referring to the coronavirus as the “Chinese bat soup China-flu from the Land of China,” thank you very much.

Meanwhile, what’s going to happen if Nevada residents begin fleeing their state because their Democrat Governor doesn’t care if they die from this illness? Will the health care systems in neighboring states be overwhelmed as refugees from Nevada come pouring in? Will Governor Sisolak post National Guard troops on his borders to stop people from fleeing, thereby violating their constitution right to freedom of movement? What will President Trump do to stop Sisolak if it comes to that? We’ll have to wait and see.

Oh, and sorry libs: Life begins at the moment of conception because science says so.


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