Covid!

By | May 14, 2022

Hi Everyone,

I thought I ought to update you all on our health situation. What a crazy week it’s been. Tracey was sick first. That was about a week ago. We tested her for Covid and that came out negative. Tracey already did have Covid a year ago, and it was not fun for her, but she got through it.

So for a few days she was sick with something that knocked her out. Then, as she got better, I became sick. I lost my voice almost completely. Energy level dropped, lots of coughing and so on. I assumed, heck, if Tracey didn’t have Covid, what would be the chances that I had it? 

It turns out I DO have Covid-19. I got tested on May 12 and it was positive, although I didn’t get results until last night. Yesterday was the worst day with lots of coughing. We have a large supply of meds and supplements: Ivermectin (yes, I stocked up a long time ago when it was still possible to obtain it), and all the vitamins and supplements: D3, C, Zinc, Quercetin, and a bunch of others. 

Before I knew it was Covid, I still insisted that Tracey and I ride our bikes, which we did and was fun. In retrospect, it’s a good thing we stayed away from people!

The good news: I woke up this morning feeling much much better, and even mowed the lawn. My energy level is great and my voice has nearly returned completely. I don’t have a cough and the fever is gone. Basically, I feel like myself again — about 95 percent, anyway. 

Now the bad news: Tracey is getting sick again, and we suspect this time it’s Covid for her, too. Good grief. We got her tested yesterday and are waiting for the results. She’s been resting all day with basically no energy. We are loading her up on all the good stuff — including a nice batch of chicken soup that I made for us. She’s in good spirits. 

What’s even more amazing is that she let me take this picture of us! The men don’t understand this, but I have no doubt that the ladies out there realize I committed a major faux pax in photographing my sick wife. But Tracey let me do it, which makes her cooler even than the Blondie tee shirt she’s wearing (which you can’t see in the pic but trust me it’s awesome). 

The other thing I’ve been working on is poring through military UFO encounters that I have personally amassed for the 21st century. I won’t have a full tally before the Congressional Hearing on Tuesday, but there is no question that I have significantly more direct military UFO encounters in my database than the UAP Task Force presented last year. They had 144 from 2004 until the present day; I probably have more than 200. Honestly, probably more than 250. [CORRECTION: I just reviewed this and think I massively underestimated. I probably have more than 400] It’s challenging going through everything, and my database isn’t yet complete, in any case. But the information is clearly out there.

Moreover, this only includes direct sightings of UFOs and our military craft, or sometimes loitering near military bases. There are undoubtedly MANY other UFO trackings that the U.S. military has made of these objects that did not involve a direct intercept attempt. 

And that’s just me, collecting reports from public sources and a few private ones. You going to tell me that 144 is the best they can do? 

This phenomenon is a nonstop FLOOD. It has been going full guns for years and decades and generations. The only thing that diminishes is the attention it receives in our public discourse. 

I’ll be back for a Fireside Chat tomorrow, hopefully with most of my voice. 🙂

Richard 

41 thoughts on “Covid!

  1. Salsafreak

    Awesome!
    I was diagnosed with Covid last December, then my husband got it. WE DID NOT NEED A VACCINE.
    We did not have access to Ivermectin, or Hydroxychloriquin, so we used Black Seed Oil, C, D Zinc, etc, and IT WORKED!!

    Now our immune system is far more powerful than if we would have gotten a vaccine.

    Our blood – should we decide to donate blood, IS WORTH SOLID GOLD because it is not TAINTED with that vaccine!

    Yay Richard and Tracey!!

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  2. dodge

    Blondie..thats awesome. Debbie-such a talent. Mrs. Dolan as well.
    This hearing is going to be interesting I think. Eventually, the ongoing cover-up will come to light and be addressed. The longer that can is kicked down the road, the more difficult it will become for the gatekeepers. I’m somewhat convinced that et is involved in not only the cover-up, but the current disclosure process.

    kick that covid

  3. JerseyGirl2008

    Get well soon! My husband and I both had COVID a few weeks ago and were unscathed. Take care!

  4. MarkH

    No good, I hope you both get better real fast.
    Stay safe my friends and if you have any, any respiratory distress, chest pain, headache worsening, rigors, or can’t mobilise – call 911.

    1. T. J.

      Hopefully they know better and stay the hell away from the hospital, where once you check in with covid you never to check out, you lose all your rights, and they put you on that doctor canvarkian I mean fauci medicine

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        1. MarkH

          Really even if your Dying? I understand your hesitation but then where do you go in America if your going down hill fast?

        2. Sharon McGraham

          Yes, check out the black seed oil; Microblast from Rest and Repair. Helped me through my Covid time. Took it every 2 hours plus the zinc and c and celery juice.

  5. Andromeda107

    Richard I am glad you are feeling better , its a good thing you stocked up on Ivermectin, I didn’t think you could get that without a prescription when it was readily available.Tell Tracey I hope she feels better soon .And I love the picture you guys posted ,you guys are adorable together.Looking forward to the fireside chat ,that’s if you have a voice lol.

  6. James Kim Efishoff

    So glad to hear you’re getting better. Prayers for Tracey. We’re currently having an outbreakout here in the SF Bay Area. Both my daughter and her girlfriend, as well as her boyfriend, had COVID. My daughter miraculously recovered in 5 days (30-years-old with vaccination and one buster) testing negative on the fifth day.

    Best to you and Tracey, and please get well soon.

  7. Craig Champion

    Thoughts are with you two. From what I hear, you can feel better one day and then fall back into a previous level of illness the next. The caveat might be: rest-up and don’t overdo it!

  8. Joshua Ringer

    Both of my parents and a few friend and relatives just got COVID as well from an outdoor wedding this past weekend. Take care of yourself Richard and Tracey. I want you back talking UFO’s and Aliens as soon as possible! Get well my friends. 💪💪

  9. Christina

    Oh dear… But well done for being prepared! And good to hear you’re feeling better Richard, I hope Tracey gets there too very soon. I’m not vaccinated either, and even without isolating as much as many, I’ve not yet been tested positive – and I’ve certainly been tested a lot, so I could go to work. And now it’s been months since all restrictions were lifted here in Denmark. I’ve supplemented with vitamin D since las year, and I wonder if that has had any effect.

    Anyway, it’s great to read you’re in good spirit, I’m sending loads of healing vibes,
    Take care 💚

    Christina

  10. pedro303

    Wish you both a fast recovery!
    I had it last year not a Single Symptom and no vaccin and after 5 days ‘recovered’
    In Germany the covid ill are almost exclusivly vaccinated people, isn’t it strange?

  11. Rob

    Hi Richard,

    I do hope you and Tracey feel better soon. Be sure to take as much time as you need to recover. I found I kept trying to get back up and starting where I left off, but had to take a few more days to let my stamina, concentration etc get back to functioning.

    Speaking for myself, I find your and Tracey’s work, insight and commentary to be so substantive and high quality my subscription to your members’ site would be great value even with less material. I just say that in case it takes the pressure off. At this present time in my opinion you are the preeminent commentator on this subject and I feel fortunate to tune into any of your articles and pieces.

    I hope you feel better soon. One additional virus fighting tool I’ve found very helpful is something called a mineral salt pipe which is designed to be used as in inhaler which sterilises the airways and lungs. I add a couple of drops of Lugol’s Iodine 15% solution to the nozzle, and breathe it in for around 30 seconds a time by sniffing action. The iodine vapour kills off virus very effectively in the airway and lungs and so vastly cuts down the amount of virus the immune system has to expend energy to kill off. Just mentioning it here in case it’s a help.

    Best wishes,

    Rob

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    1. Sharon McGraham

      Oh, yea, forgot to say I used colloidal silver in a spray bottle and sprayed my nasal passage and throat every couple of hours. And, as above, a betadine iodine throat spray. I still do that every night.
      Many wellness wishes to you both.

  12. intranuclear

    Dearest Richard and Tracey,

    So the problem and miracle of you guys sharing your lives publicly, well at least here, is that when something happens to either one of you, whether sickness or relationship issues, those who love both of you (speaking for myself) feel it too. Not sure that helps either one of you, but I wish the very very best to you both.

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    1. Richard Dolan Post author

      Thank you for this kind comment. We both appreciate statements of support like yours — even now after all these years, I still find it odd to be in a “public” position viz the rest of the world. So thank you.

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  13. Rick

    Richard & Tracey,
    Hope you both feel better. My family of 6 all have it and it’s miserable. We have been home for over a week. I ended up having to take Plaxovid (antiviral), the infection spread to my lungs and I’m asthmatic, and it took it out in a day. I’ll say that this strain is unique, the viral load builds slowly and symptoms can start with negative tests, both PCR or antigen, and then convert to positive a day or two after symptoms set in.

    Be well!

  14. Andrew

    I’ve not had COVID, but did see Blondie perform live last night (Saturday) at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Did pretty well for someone nearing her 77th birthday! (I can post the video I took of her last two songs if you would like, if that’s even possible.)

    Hopefully I did not get COVID yesterday. I was not wearing a mask, but the music festival was outside on the golf course (for those who are familiar with the Rose Bowl) and in hot sunshine. Otherwise my wife will kill me…she’s one who still has a bunker-down mentality!

    Speedy recover to you and Tracey!

    1. Richard Dolan Post author

      I’ve always been a huge fan of Blondie and of course Debra Harry. I was 17 when I first heard Parallel Lines…. what a great album. Looking back on that era, I do think they were among the very best of the so-called New Wave bands. I loved them all back then: Elvis Costello, the Clash, Joe Jackson, Talking Heads, Devo, Ramones …. too many to mention. But Blondie’s music has aged SO well in my opinion. Just wonderful. Glad you saw her.

      1. Bernard Pelletier

        I imagine much of that was in the ’80s. One of my biggest fans was Muriel Dacq (the ‘a’ is short as in Dack Rambo, which is usu. the case in French at the beginning or in the middle of a word, contrary to the massacre of French vowels in the usual phonetic transcription) who had 2 monster hits, and 2 of the best songs ever, in that decade, Tropique and Destination spéciale, and I mention her because she co-founded Initiation citoyenne, which promotes freedom and honesty especially where it concerns vaccines.

  15. Cat Gardner

    Richard & Tracey – I hope you both get/stay on the healthy side of things soon!

    Also, good idea on the bike ride. Check out this video — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eEyWlbToI4

    This is a Medcram piece on Vitamin D, Covid, *and* intracellular melatonin, a powerful antioxidant that is produced in response to near infrared radiation, which is most commonly received through sunlight.

    Spend as much time as you can outside getting good sunlight and it should give your immune system a boost!

  16. Kelly Marsden

    Ivermectin and other good stuff to the rescue !!
    You guys will be well really fast !!
    I like how Tracey is covering her face in the
    Picture lol 😂 that would be me !!!
    Looking forward to your next show !!!

  17. Carissa Weber

    Oh man!! So sorry to hear you two are sick 😞 I had Covid in January (never got the vaccine). It hit me pretty hard, I was in bed sick for a solid 2 weeks then recovering another couple weeks. I never had a cough but just felt totally awful. I hope you guys don’t get it that bad! It was rough but I survived. Everyone I know who got the vaccine didn’t get as sick as I did. But I’m still glad I didn’t get it because who knows, ya know. I hope you guys feel better soon!! ❤️❤️

    1. Bernard Pelletier

      You’d need to get at least 5 booster shots because it’s that ineffective, and there’s probably a 20% chance you’d suffer severe side effects.

      1. Bernard Pelletier

        I should correct that figure as it’s .2% based on figures for the EU, the US, and the UK. The 20% was for the vaccine trials.

        1. Bernard Pelletier

          I made an error in my calculations, as it’s more like 5%. The figures are 70,000 deceased and 11 mln. injured in the US, UK, and UE for 830 mln. population. Assuming an under reporting rate of 30% (it’s 10-50%), a 25% serious rate, and that only 50% of the reports are linked to the vaccines. So it could be as high as about 16.6%, which is obviously close to the 20%.

          So the ruling class is willing to sacrifice all those deaths and injuries using the excuse that the benefits outweigh the costs, which they know very well isn’t at all true, especially considering the pandemic is a scam and that it’s there to enrich the super-rich, to impose totalitarianism, and make humans into GMOs.

  18. HappyCup

    I am glad your immune systems are kicking but. I am not a big fan of the covid tests. Are they using the new ones yet (the ones that are supposed to work)? I heard the flu and common cold came back from thier vacation. It seems they took a year or so off for some mysterious reason. I apologize for any sarcasm or cynicism I might let slip out; I think I’ve had enough of the “Vid”. I might be a little snarky.
    One good thing is that we learned how important vitamin D is, as well as quercetin in building our immune health.

    Now take your vitamins and no more of this.
    You sickies get better, OK….we need more “Off the Cuffs”.😁
    Seriously though, I love you guys, feel better.

  19. Bernard Pelletier

    Positives for Covid are usu. false, so what you 2 had is probably the regular flu.
    There are no notable differences in symptoms between a severe seasonal flu and a severe Covid-19 case (« L’épidémie de Covid-19 fait moins de morts que la grippe mais suscite beaucoup d’inquiétudes », 18 fév., 2020, lemonde.fr, quoting Dr. Arnaud Fontanet of the institut Pasteur). The viral test kits used are prone to errors, several studies have shown that even normal coronaviruses can give a false-positive result, and the virus test currently in use has not been clinically validated due to time pressure (Covid-19 Facts, Swiss Propaganda Research at swprs.org). Serological (anti-body) tests are more reliable.

    “For the first time in history, the ineffectiveness of a medicine is being blamed on those who haven’t taken it.”- Robert Malone, MD.

    It’s also the 1st time in history that most people around the world support totalitarianism, dystopia, and plutocracy. They are their own worst enemies.

    Increases in Covid-19 are unrelated to levels of vaccination across 68 countries and 3000 US counties. S.V. Subramanian, Akhil Kumar. Eur. J. Epidemiol., Sept. 30, 2021 (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov).

    And the ineffectivness of vaccines is shown in several facts, all from mainstream sources. In the number of cases and the case rate (Prevalence of Polio Rates in US, 1910-2010, OurWorldinData.org), which shows there is no correlation between vaccines and the decrease in polio cases, as the figures were already starting to drop from 36,000 cases and a case rate of 35% in ’52 to 23,000 and 23% in ’54. The Salk vaccine was introduced in ’55. The decrease was due to improved nutrition and sanitation, not the vaccine.

    And US Vital Statistics reports that measles deaths during the 20th c. had already decreased by 99% before the vaccine for it was introduced in 1962 (1200 Studies, wellnessdoc.com, p. 564).

    An article in the 1926 British Medical Journal reported that about 80% of the cases admitted into smallpox hospitals had been vaccinated and that vaccinated people were 5 times more likely to die of the disease than the unvaccinated ones (Null, Gary, PhD, & Feldman, Martin, MD. Vaccination: pain, profit, and politics, 2007, garynullforum.com).

    Also, the flu-vaccine effectiveness is usually only about 50%, and the shingles vaccine also, with a chance of symptons for this latter of only 60% lasting a shorter time, and this latter number from only 1 study which may not be reliable, and after age 70 the effectiveness is so low doctors do not even recommend it.

    Furthermore, DTP and polio vaccines are known to increase mortality, as demonstrated in several articles:

    The Introduction of Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis and Oral Polio Vaccine Among Young Infants in an Urban African Community: a Natural Experiment, Mogensen et al, 2017, EBioMedicine 17: 192–198 (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov);

    Evidence of Increase in Mortality After the Introduction of Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis Vaccine to Children Aged 6-35 Months in Guinea-Bissau: a Time for Reflection? Front Public Health, Aaby et al, 2018 (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov);

    Diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine administered simultaneously with measles vaccine is associated with increased morbidity and poor growth in girls: a randomized trial from Guinea-Bissau, Agergaard et al, 2011, Vaccine 29: 487-500 (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov).

    As well, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr teamed up with Del Bigtree of ICAN (Informed Consent Action Network) to take on the DHHS (Department of Health and Human Services) for vaccine safety violations, and they have won. Their lawsuit has exposed the fact that vaccine safety has been neglected for over 30 years (RFK, Jr. Wins Case Against Government for Vaccine Safety Violations, worldhealth.net).

    Whenever I put all this about vaccines in a comment under a You Tube video some one deletes it. No surprise there.

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