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Wednesday, 05/12/21 - Colossal Coverup of Countless COVID Vaccine “Coincidences”

According to the CDC’s VAERS database, over 4,100 deaths have been reported after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Recent data includes two more deaths of infants, a 1-year-old and a 2-year-old. 

A 1-year-old baby boy from Florida (VAERS ID 1261766) took the Moderna shot and died two days later after suffering convulsions and seizures. A 2-year old little girl from Virginia (VAERS ID 1255745) took the Pfizer shot and died five days later. One of the infants who died was apparently in a Pfizer trial, while the other one was apparently in a Moderna trial.

These deaths were just COVID vaccine “coincidences,” right?

Did you know that not a single COVID-19 vaccine is FDA approved? COVID-19 vaccines have only gone through preliminary clinical trials for 2 months. Moderna was 9 weeks and J&J was 8 weeks. These vaccines have been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) status, but not FDA approval.

COVID-19 vaccine phase 3 clinical trials are currently “in progress.” 

Huh? What exactly does that mean? It means that anyone who receives a COVID-19 vaccine is participating in an experimental clinical trial without any liability from the vaccine manufacturer.

Sadly this is the largest “human experiment” in the history of the world! 

Did you know that COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers define “effectiveness” as “reduction in risk of symptoms such as a fever, cough or sore throat?” Heck, on the CDC’s own website, they state “There is some evidence that vaccination may make illness less severe.”

The term “effective” was not defined as preventing viral infection or spread of the (SARS-CoV-2) virus to others. This is the reason why vaccinated individuals are still recommended to wear facemasks, socially distance and avoid large crowds.

None of the vaccine trials showed that the vaccine prevented people from getting COVID-19. The only difference between those that were vaccinated versus unvaccinated were their severity of symptoms.

Did you know that the CDC recommends that pregnant women get the COVID-19 vaccine based upon … well … their “gut instinct” for lack of a better term. Seriously … we’re not making this stuff up!

On the CDC website, it states: “Based on how these vaccines work in the body, experts believe they are unlikely to pose a risk for people who are pregnant.”

Pregnant women are usually warned to avoid many things, such as high mercury fish or deli meats. Yet, a vaccine with no data about its effect on a pregnant woman or her fetus is being recommended because the “experts” at the CDC “believe” it’s “unlikely” to harm them.

This statement is quite telling, isn’t it? It shows that “vaccinology” is like a religion, as it requires “belief” in efficacy, despite lack of data. That’s not science. That’s dogma.

During the first 4 months of 2021, the US government VAERS database has more reported deaths after receiving COVID-19 vaccines than deaths after all other vaccines COMBINED over the past two decades. Let that sink in!

 

These COVID-19 vaccines are KILLING PEOPLE every day! In the words of Brian Shilhavy, “This is genocide: death by injection. It’s time to STOP sanitizing this. We need to start using the correct terms.”

We agree 100% with Brian. The line in the sand is being drawn. Which side are you on?

To Your Health & Liberty,

 

 




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