Unqualified Government Spending

FEMA Ordered $10.2 Million in COVID-19 Testing Kits It’s Now Warning States Not to Use

The faulty lab equipment sold by a company whose owner has faced fraud allegations is being investigated by the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general.

State inspectors sent to assess California nursing homes’ ability to contain the virus this spring found no deficiencies at numerous facilities even though they were in the midst of deadly outbreaks, records show.


The U.S. Government does not have the ability to insure the citizens health and should not make laws, programs, and departments that proclaim they are any better than the individual in caring for their health. Stop waste and remove these government funded failures.

3 thoughts on “Unqualified Government Spending

  1. This book ignores the fact that resources are finite. If the government spends what it does not have everyone that holds dollars have less resources to buy. This is what inflation is all about. My dollar from 1970 is worth ten cents in 2020 because the government spent the other 90 cents worth. The buying power of the average citizen in 1970 was rather than the buying power today. Most of what the government spends on government programs does not benefit me. I much rather live in a world that I pay for what I get rather than a government spending my labor on what it wants. Charge tolls and fees for government services and you will find most of their services are unwanted.

    What is happening are people that have nothing to contribute to the economy are getting part of the labor for free from hard working people. this enables them to increase the population so everyone gets less as we use finite resources faster than nature can provide.

  2. T cells are a kind of immune cell, whose main purpose is to identify and kill invading pathogens or infected cells. It does this using proteins on its surface, which can bind to proteins on the surface of these imposters. Each T cell is highly specific – there are trillions of possible versions of these surface proteins, which can each recognise a different target. Because T cells can hang around in the blood for years after an infection, they also contribute to the immune system’s “long-term memory” and allow it to mount a faster and more effective response when it’s exposed to an old foe.

    Several studies have shown that people infected with Covid-19 tend to have T cells that can target the virus, regardless of whether they have experienced symptoms. So far, so normal. But scientists have also recently discovered that some people can test negative for antibodies against Covid-19 and positive for T cells that can identify the virus. This has led to suspicions that some level of immunity against the disease might be twice as common as was previously thought.

    Most bizarrely of all, when researchers tested blood samples taken years before the pandemic started, they found T cells which were specifically tailored to detect proteins on the surface of Covid-19. This suggests that some people already had a pre-existing degree of resistance against the virus before it ever infected a human. And it appears to be surprisingly prevalent: 40-60% of unexposed individuals had these cells.

  3. A healthcare insurance company for members of the U.S. military had to apologize for accidentally telling over 600,000 people that they were infected with the virus when they were not.

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