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These are doctors Brytney and and Miles Cobia.
Brytney made a Facebook post that went viral earlier in the week, and it’s one of the most fantastic pieces of fiction you will ever read.
I’ve seen a lot of lies go viral on social media, but can’t remember one that was this obviously made up since Jussie Smollett. If this were true, which it’s not, then this doctor would be sadistic for rubbing it in the faces of dying people that they were dumb for not getting vaccinated.
But of course this never happened. Dr. Cobia wanted to push an agenda because only 1/3 of people in Alabama have chosen to get vaccinated, and she wants to scare the other 2/3 into getting the jab. She just got carried away with her story and now no rational person could take it seriously. The addition of the “I didn’t know I could get COVID if I was white” was a bit over the top, and literally no one is saying this.
What this “doctor” is trying to do here is create a caricature of right wingers, because people on her team believe that everyone on our team is a dumb, uneducated, science denying hillbilly. These fictional white people she made up for this story believe that COVID is a hoax, that the virus is political, and that they think they don’t need the vaccine because they read “misinformation” on Facebook about it.
But we don’t believe any of those things. We know that the virus presents a disproportional threat to the elderly and morbidly obese. We just don’t think that locking young and healthy people in their homes, shutting down businesses, closing schools, forcing people to wear face diapers, and segregating society between vaccinated and unvaccinated is an appropriate or effective way to stop the spread. We believe free people should make decisions for themselves about what is best for their health, and we don’t believe that the existence of a virus with a 99.8% recovery rate justifies draconian and unconstitutional suspensions of civil liberties.
We know the vaccine is not 100% effective, but it will certainly increase your chances of not getting it, and not dying if you do get it. We just don’t believe anyone should be forced to get vaccinated, or have opportunities denied to them by private or public institutions as a result of their choice not to take an experimental vaccine that will protect them from a virus with almost no chance of killing them.
We know that not all information on Facebook is true. We just don’t want the government and social media companies deciding what is true and what is false, since they have such a poor track record of making those decisions throughout the pandemic.
We know the virus isn’t political, but we do know that the reaction to the virus has been completely political. The vaccine was rushed and bad when Trump was President, but it’s necessary and perfect now, and you must not question it. Masks are a way of virtue signaling your political affiliation, and the reopening of the economy coincidentally happened shortly after Trump left office. So it’s not surprising that the mainstream media and everyone on the left blindly believed this obviously fabricated story from a doctor in Alabama they’d never met.
Our society rewards liars, but only if they make up a lie that goes along with the right narrative. Then the people who control everything will blindly believe it and treat you as both a victim and a hero, which at this point are one in the same. Ask Christine Blasey-Ford, Jusse Smollett, or anyone else who pretended to be a victim of someone or something that had to do with Donald Trump.
But as an example of everything that is wrong with my team (the right), boomer Senators like Tommy Tuberville from Alabama fell for it too.
Because old people on the Internet really do believe “misinformation,” even when it comes from their political opponents who are playing them.
“But Uncle Turtleboy, you have no proof that she’s lying.”
Actually, I do. The CDC keeps track of COVID deaths., and according to their website exactly 0 people under the age of 50 in Alabama have died from COVID in July.
That took two seconds to Google, and no one in the media could be bothered to do it because they liked the narrative more. Again, look at her post.
“Young healthy people” ask her for the vaccine when they’re dying from COVID. Not a person, but people. Multiple young healthy people. Yet not one young healthy person in her state has died from COVID during this time period. She’s an undeniable liar, and in a just society she would no longer be allowed to practice medicine.
A look at Brytney Cobia’s Facebook page reveals that she’s been making posts like this a lot, begging for attention by fear mongering. On Christmas she suggested that everyone who didn’t stay home for Christmas risked lives, and those who visited relatives must not really love their family.
If you did a Zoom Christmas and didn’t let your loved ones see your kids on the most important holiday of the year then you are a horrible family member.
Last summer while 27 weeks pregnant Brytney allegedly got COVID. She then used this to spread the lie that Florida was the epicenter of COVID spread because they were open for business while the rest of the country hid from it, and despite socially distancing herself and always wearing a mask she still got the virus anyway, thus proving that her advice was ineffective and pointless.
Like a lot of doctors she laughed at the commoners who thought they could have “opinions” on whether or not it was OK to force people into their homes and destroy a $20 trillion economy.
I don’t know what any of that means because I’m not as smart as her. Only smart doctors like her can have opinions.
In her post she cited another doctor she works with named David Wilhelm, who made an insane fear mongering post about how the “Delta variant” was WAY scarier than regular COVID, and unlike the first virus it kills the young and healthy.
But he’s just making that up because the only thing they can do to get you to comply is to scare the buh-Juesus out of you. It’s just not working like it used to. This post said it all:
He’s not sure if you should be trusted with freedom because you are a child who can’t think for yourself. Only smart doctors like him can make decisions regarding your freedom and health. Dumb doctors who provide “unsubstantiated” medical claims that have all turned out to be true, should be ignored.
His posts are just non-stop fear porn, including a real beaut on Thanksgiving.
Here’s the best part – Brytney’s doctor husband Miles was ranting in September that it was “insane” that anyone would take the vaccine!
But that was when Trump was President, and a vaccine that successfully protected people from the virus could help his chances of getting re-elected, so the virus was bad and unsafe back then. Now that Joe Biden is kind of the President the virus is not only good, but must be injected into everyone if you expect to get your freedom back.
Shockingly both Miles and Brytney are virtue signaling BLM supporters who publicly lamented their white “priviledge” during the George Floyd riots.
The imaginary person she made up was right – the virus became political the moment our government decided that mass protests in the streets were safe so long as you were doing it in the name of a political cause they supported.
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