Economic Impact of COVID / Open Lines

Hosted byRichard Syrett

Economic Impact of COVID / Open Lines

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Author Don Jeffries joined guest host Richard Syrett (Twitter) on Friday night to discuss the economic impact of the Covid-19 lockdowns, and why he believes they led to a massive transfer of wealth from the middle class to the super-rich. "I think [Covid-19] is just a really bad flu... but the reaction to it has been so over-the-top it's ridiculous," Jeffries said. He outlined what he considered senseless lockdown decrees, including the arbitrarily closing certain kinds of businesses and organizations, adjusting hours of operation to force a curfew, and requiring restaurant dine-in guests to wear masks to enter while having no mask requirements at the tables. "No matter how many of those inconsistencies you see, people just continue to follow [them]," he lamented.

According to Jeffries, there has not been such a devastating health impact from the coronovirus to warrant the kind of excessive response it has received. He expressed concern about the cost of the lockdowns in terms of economic and social damage. At the start of the pandemic about 18 percent of the workforce lost their jobs and since then countless businesses have closed their doors, he reported. The restrictions put into place with fanaticism by "the new woke Left" have caused a massive transfer of wealth via job loss and stimulus packages, Jeffries added. While the common people were forced to close their mom and pop businesses and received only small stimulus checks, large corporations and organizations run by multimillionaires (such as Dr. Phil, Tom Brady, and Joel Osteen) were allowed to stay open and/or received millions in Paycheck Protection Program money, he explained. "The system is rigged and the wealth always goes to the same places," Jeffries noted.


Open Lines followed in the second half of the program. Lynn from Orange County, California, told Richard about the antiparasitic drug, ivermectin, which may have potential to be repurposed as a COVID-19 treatment. Data from several studies has been presented to the National Institutes of Health on January 6 and they are reviewing it, she reported. According to Lynn, one can take ivermectin and be protected from the coronavirus for several weeks which would allow enough time for COVID-19 vaccines to be distributed. "It sounds very, very promising," Richard responded.

Joshua in Texas shared a strange incident that happened to him and a group of his coworkers. According to Joshua, they passed by a checkpoint after leaving the wind turbine site where they work only to pass by the checkpoint again about ten minutes later. Joshua recalled, "We thought to ourselves, 'what's going on?'" He remembered feeling "tired and hazy," and wondered what happened to the lost ten minutes. Joshua also recalled the time he was driving past another wind farm in the region and spotted a silver disc-shaped object hovering next to a turbine.

Shelly from Long Island expressed her concern about evil entities pouring into our dimension from portals opened by experiments conducted at CERN in Switzerland and Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York. According to Shelly, CERN is not only the site of Large Hadron Collider experiments but also rituals intended to summon evil for the ultimate battle between the forces of light and dark. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a twin if CERN, she added.

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