Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Elon Musk Tests Positive For Covid-19 (And Negative)

Elon makes the comment that something rogue is going on.  The point is that our tests are not obvilously reliable at all.  Yet we have global pandemic  procalimed all over t5he place.  Then we have serrtious hot spots.

All these Hot Spots are best explained by a planned distribution agency.  The first round certainly was and people get really sick.  In the meantime we are chasing what looks to be the common cold to drive up test numbers.  Clearly a model for a Militarized assault supporting a plandemic whoe aims are global political change.

We presently  have kill shots underway in strange places.  At the same time the MSM continues to misdirect curative therapies.  

We have a live MEME informing us that this  is a CCP assault in support of implimenting Communism world wide.  The operation is global and thus impossible without a master with ample funding.  

Elon Musk Tests Positive For Covid-19 (And Negative)

John KoetsierSenior Contributor

John Koetsier is a journalist, analyst, author, and speaker.


03 September 2020, Brandenburg, Grünheide: Elon Musk, head of Tesla, stands on the construction site 

Elon Musk has tested positive for Covid-19, he tweeted today.

And, surprisingly, negative.

If Elon Musk is indeed positive for Covid-19, it’s not a great shock. Musk, who says he has “symptoms of a typical cold ... nothing unusual so far” has been fairly cavalier about Covid-19, including keeping his Fremont plant open in defiance of local regulations early on in the pandemic.

Musk’s tweet suggests that at least one form of Covid-19 testing is seriously inaccurate. But a doctor says he’s misunderstanding the results and probably using the wrong test.

The test Musk mentions is the BD Veritor test, which is supposed to show results in 15 minutes based on nasal swabs. It has not yet been FDA cleared or approved and is only in early use due to the current emergency situation of a global pandemic. It could provide negative results if viral loads are low.

“Antigen tests are notorious for insensitivity,” says Dr. Able Lawrence, a professor of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology. “This is actually a misuse of antigen tests ... 50% sensitivity means the test would give a positive result only half the time even if the person really has coronavirus. Which is exactly what happened.”

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