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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Wow, these are really outstanding strips today! Thank you so much for sharing them with us! Love this stunning creativity! Humour is a fabulous way to keep up one’s health and be armed in the battle for freedom, dignity and humanity!! Have a great Sunday, everyone!

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Jul 17, 2022·edited Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Hadn't seen whatsherface for a while. Excellent. And what a brilliant rewrite of Hotel California. Thanks!

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I was humming along Hotel California love that song. As always Dr. Malone knows how to cheer us up, grateful for that.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thank you, just that! Thank you for keeping at it, for not giving up, for everything you do!

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Always a good day when I start it with a smile. Thank you Robert and Jill.

Robert - LOVED seeing how fired up you were on The Highwire with Del this week. Your passion, grit and tenacity is inspiring. God bless.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Agree! As always you are awesome but especially awesome on Del’s Highwire! God bless you Doc! Hero!!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Dr. Robert Malone: You give us all hope that sanity resides in humor. Thank you for all that you do medically, politically, and sardonically.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Live and learn. "Whatsherface" is wonderful. What a find! Thank you.

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Just a phenomenal array! Thank you!

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This is priceless…however, us Karen’s are getting a very bad rap, can we start using Suzy?

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How about Martha or Agatha?? I am really sorry for you Karen's, at least my serbian name will never be used, for that I am pleased. I totally enjoy and appreciate all the work Dr. Malone and Jill do it makes my day, for that a huge Thank You!! Cheers from a hot Canada day. God Bless.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

WOW!!! This is quite a collection I only wish i had done the Hotel California rewrite-its genius and sums it up perfectly I will listen to that song now with new meaning--who would have thought ....... you check out any time you want but you can never leave--OH YES WE CAN!!! Thank you DR Malone!

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Lost a dear friend yesterday that embraced all the injections ! Was it his senior age or myocarditis? Will we ever know? RIP George! Are we witnessing the largest wealth transfer scene of the 21st century and making Social Security solvent again?

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no, the social security fund solvency is a lost cause, I am sorry to say.

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Wondering if 50-80% of jabbed (just a guesstimate from all I’ve read) die early, some say much earlier, wouldn’t that make a difference in saving the SS funds? Then again, if the Globalists succeed with the Great Reset, only one currency anyhow!

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It seems a lot of working-age folks are becoming disabled, so the net effect of jabs on SS funds isn't necessarily positive.

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It could be they will expire early.

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No small part of solvency are the moneys coming in. The clot shots seem to be destroying (killing disabling) an awful lot of our young potential contributors. While one can certainly speculate on whether this is an effort to get rid of the useless eaters, the approach seems to be rather scatter shot.

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If you will allow, I'd like to clear up a few misconceptions about the Social Security system. Roosevelt set up Social Security as a self-supporting system, with payroll taxes and a "trust fund", because he knew there would be continuing opposition from some quarters. He decided that making the program self-supporting with worker payments would foster in the people a strong sense of earned entitlement so "no damn politician can ever scrap my social security program." That turns out to be an unfortunate decision.

First, the trust fund comes with a board of trustees that must annually look 75 years into the future to determine the program's fiscal health. The assumptions that must be made to estimate how much money will come in and how much will be paid out are virtually impossible to get right. As a result, the board's insolvency-year estimates are nothing but wild guesses. Worse than that, those "guesstimates" shouldn't even matter. It's a game that needn't be played.

The U.S. is a currency issuing government. It can always meet its fiscal obligations that are denominated in dollars. Government-funded programs like Social Security do not ever have to become insolvent. This can be seen by comparing the Social Security program with the Medicare program, both of which use a two-trust-fund approach. Of the four trust funds, only the SMI (Medicare Parts B and D) does not have a projected insolvency date. Why? Because the laws that define the SMI program stipulate that benefits can continue to be paid even if the SMI trust fund "runs out of money".

Congress could change the current law so the same language applies to the other three trust funds. The fact that it has not done so is a political choice, not an economic one. Social Security could remain just as it is indefinitely if those simple changes were made to the defining laws. Or the programs could even be improved. It would then become a matter of which programs congress chooses to put priority on. I would ask, for example, do we really need to put such high priority on military spending?

In any case, the question is not one of future financing--not in a nation with a sovereign, free-floating, fiat currency. The critical question is whether or not the country's productive capacity will be managed properly so it can supply the goods and services that those Social Security benefits (and all other government spending) require, all without creating undesired inflation. But that's always the challenge.

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Sounds like a shell game to me!

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

robert malone: so much more than just a doctor....

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I am guessing this Hotel Paranoia video was not allowed on YouTube.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

I am adding “Hotel Paranoia” to my repertoire.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

love it Dr. Malone...stay well & keep the facts coming...f claus & all of his wef employees...

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

Thank you, Dr. Malone, for your effusive introduction of the Hotel Paranoia song. I'm humbled by the exposure. Thank you especially for the shout out to "EC" That's Eric Clapton. Yes, it would be my fantasy beyond fantasies to have Eric do a cover of Hotel Paranoia. He has the guitar-god chops to nail the solos, the vocal chops to match the original singers and the motivation, as a famed VIP (Vaccine Injured Person), to support the message.

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

It's only Hotel Paranoia if you voluntarily check in!!!

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Jul 17, 2022Liked by Robert W Malone MD, MS

That's a well made point, I agree wholeheartedly.

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