In our last installment we discussed the biological experiment being conducted under the guise of the COVID-19 vaccine. Since that time there has been much in the news about the progress being made in the quest to “vaccinate the world” as COVID-19 vaccine reactions continue to be reported.
Reuters reports that more people had been vaccinated than there had been total cases of COVID-19 as of February 3, 2021.
Please really stop to consider this information. More people have now had this experimental shot than there have been cases of COVID-19…
Carrying on, NPR has released a guide for those who may be wondering if it is safe to visit your loved ones after they receive the experimental vaccine. Even if the vaccine doesn’t turn Grandpa gay, NPR assures us that it is still not safe to experience physical contact with another human being. Ever.
Meanwhile, in the UK, one third of residents at an elderly care facility have died after receiving the new experimental vaccine that, remember, does not prevent infection. Not to worry. They were just old, and would have died soon anyway.
Young people who die after receiving the jab don’t die from the experimental vaccine either. Apparently the experimental vaccine isn’t even a consideration when otherwise healthy people just drop dead at the vaccination site.
In nearby Ohio a school district is forced to cancel classes over adverse COVID vaccine reactions, but area health officials say it’s still totally fine to get the shot.
According to Dr. Maureen Ahmann, medical director for the Stark County Ohio Health Department, the reactions of the staff at the school are nothing to worry about. “Feeling uncomfortable and having a headache is nowhere near what COVID can do to you and if you are fortunate enough in this vaccine shortage, to be able to have a vaccine offered to you, you should take it and put up with whatever side effects you have.”
If this seems like terrible medical advice, remember, half of “doctors” graduated in the bottom half of their class.
Also remember that doctors practice medicine, not politics.
Seek medical advice from your doctor, not politicians. And above all; inform yourself.