April 24, 2020
The Party of Science?
Something a little on the lighter side today. Well, not really, because it shows how hopelessly clueless some of the leading personalities in the media are [h/t, thanks to Instapundit].
Chris Cuomo, aka Fredo, is one of CNN’s chief piffle-meisters and brother to Governor Cuomo of New York State. CNN, the Cuckoo’s Nest Network, is one the propaganda machines of the Democrats and can be guaranteed to follow orders from the Party Politburo. Poor Chris came down with the coronavirus but didn’t seem to have too bad a time of it in his multimillion dollar mansion in New York. Later, so did his wife.
Whenever the Democrats talk about being the “party of science”, they mean exactly the converse. They are the party of pseudo-science and quackery. Whether it’s the end of the world next week, or President Trump is the cause of coronavirus or any other popular delusion of the Hollywood League of People Who Are Truly Bonkers, they don’t disappoint.
Chris Cuomo’s wife, Christine, immediately got to work to cure her illness. Here’s bit from her blog:
At the direction of my doctor, Dr. Linda Lancaster, who reminded me that this is an oxygen-depleting virus, she suggested I take a bath and add a nominal amount of bleach. Yes, bleach. So, I add a small amount—1/4 to ½ cup ONLY—of Clorox to a full bath of warm water (80 gallons). Why? To combat the radiation and metals in my system and oxygenate it. “We want to neutralize heavy metals because they slow up the electromagnetic frequency of our cells, which is our energy field, and we need a good flow of energy.”…
Clorox combating radiation and neutralizing heavy metals; my God, what planet are we on here?
On Tuesday, my sinus congestion was so painful that I enlisted Dr. Roxanna Namavar from Pretty Healthy NYC, who also does vitamin drips, COVID-19 tests and anti-viral tests at home in the Hamptons. Doctors suggested the drip because New York hospitals and hospitals all over the world are using the vitamin C drip as part of their COVID-19 treatments since vitamin C has anti-viral properties, when vitamin drips had previously been brushed off as “alternative.” Dr. Roxanna shows up in a hazmat outfit and 3M mask. “Orally you can’t absorb the amount of vitamin C comfortably that is required for the anti-viral properties to combat this virus. The IV version is a safe alternative to untested pharmaceuticals,” says Dr. Roxanna.
All–righty…You have to wonder how anyone with half a brain can believe all this tripe. It’s just nonsense with some impressive-sounding words tacked on.
So just who is Dr Linda Lancaster [here] ? Well, she’s mixed up with Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s “Alternative“ medicine scam. Lancaster advertises herself as a “Board Certified Naturopathic Physician and Homeopath”—in other words, a quack. And Dr Roxanna Namavar [here] advertises herself as a psychiatrist, just the type of doctor required to give expert advice on viral diseases! She also lists all the medical reporting services she does NOT contribute to, such as the
Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) [is] a Medicare program encouraging health care professionals and group practices to report information on their quality of care. Quality measures can show how well a health care professional provides care to people with Medicare.
And what did poor hubby Chris do? Well,
Every day, Chris and I both ate Ayurvedic food from Corey de Rosa at Tapovana to-go in Bridgehampton; his menu treats food as medicine. Aside from improving digestion, Tapovana’s Southeast Indian dishes are also nourishing and cleansing.
This is the mental state of people who try to pass themselves off as our betters, people who know more than the army of “deplorables.” Aside from being totally ignorant of elementary chemistry and medicine, they make no attempt educate themselves.
It is said that ignorance can be cured, but stupid is for life. Case closed here.