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Thread: So does covid affect oneís brain/thought process?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeMe View Post
    I like the way this discussion is going. Makes me feel right at home.

    Re: the OP question.....
    Covid isn't effecting brains. Most people's brains are already poisoned by fake news and propaganda. Our inability to know what is real, along with the hard-wired belief that we can know, keeps the more volatile part of society stirred up. The people in control of all forms of media are capitalizing on that and throwing fuel on the fire. Our current president is trying to break that system, and what we are witnessing is the manifestation of the pushback from the shadows.
    Maybe not, but the wearing of masks does affect our brains, IMO. Masks, primarily forced on us by liberal politicians, causes us to breathe in more of the CO2 that we should naturally be exhaling. This, in turn, reduces our ability to absorb oxygen, and of course that decreases our brain function.

    The libs want people to be as scared, miserable and stupid as possible until after the election, so look for masks to be required in areas controlled by Dims until November 4th.

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    I was asked at a local business yesterday if I had a mask, I told them no I was a republican. They said no more and I went about my business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gale155 View Post
    Maybe not, but the wearing of masks does affect our brains, IMO. Masks, primarily forced on us by liberal politicians, causes us to breathe in more of the CO2 that we should naturally be exhaling. This, in turn, reduces our ability to absorb oxygen, and of course that decreases our brain function.

    The libs want people to be as scared, miserable and stupid as possible until after the election, so look for masks to be required in areas controlled by Dims until November 4th.
    I agree, after wearing a mask which out state now requires I feel like mi sinuses are congested as everything. So I just stay home or outside places. Nicer anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    I was asked at a local business yesterday if I had a mask, I told them no I was a republican. They said no more and I went about my business.
    Now thatís funny right there.
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    Well, apparently the commie virus does affect the democrat memories....
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    I think dems avoid and/or are programmed against having memories. As being inconvenient truths...

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    Iím in the lockdown state of Michigan. The China virus has effected the governatorís mind. Early on she stated the virus doesnít discriminate racially. A week or two back she says it effects minorities more so than non-minorities, meaning white people. So it is racial and unfair. She set up a task force to fight the disparity. YES itís effected her thought process.
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    It does seem to affect some gun grabbing politicians when they allow riots in their cities, but Sam responds....
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