By the end of May, the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) reported over 294,000 adverse reactions to the covid shots, including 5,165 deaths.
A week later, on June 4, those numbers had increased to over 329,000 adverse reactions and 5,888 deaths.
So in the span of just one week, an additional 723 people died from the vaccine.
In addition to this, since VAERS began reporting the numbers, we’ve had 652 miscarriages, 1,087 incidents of myocarditis, 2,190 heart attacks, and over 4,500 people have become disabled...all due to the shot, sometimes just one dose.
Just over the past week, there’s been a considerable rise in videos showing people putting metal objects up to the spot on their arm where they received the shot, and those objects are sticking, as if these people are now magnetized.
YouTube will likely take down most of these videos, as will the social media companies.
And then there’s the threat to our young and healthy 20-somethings, who are now rushing to get the vaccine.
On Friday, a 19-year-old Northwestern University student died after developing myocarditis two months after her first shot, and a month after her second. It got so bad, they had to do a heart transplant, but she died anyway.
Many are starting to believe that it’s the spike protein in this experimental gene therapy that we like to call a vaccine that’s causing all these problems:
“Research suggests this could lead to the production of spike protein in unintended places, including the brain, ovaries and spleen, which may cause the immune system to attack organs and tissues resulting in damage, and raises serious questions about genotoxicity and reproductive toxicity risks associated with the vaccine.”
“Studies indicate that the protein is able to gain access to cells in the testicles, and may disrupt male reproduction…”
Furthermore, the genetic code the virus carries contains inserts that make it ‘extremely plausible’ that the protein could misfold into a prion (such as held responsible for mad cow disease in the 1980s), causing widespread damage to brain cells and increasing the risk of conditions including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease…”
Then we have the situation in Maine, where 8 fully-vaccinated people all died from Covid. They call these “breakthrough cases,” where someone that’s gotten both shots still gets the virus. It’s happened 457 times in that state.
Of course, you’re hearing none of this from the corporate media.
Why is this?
I think a big part of it is that Big Pharma funds the media. Anyone that watches the nightly news on TV knows that drug ads are the main source of advertising revenue for the networks. Why bite the hand that feeds you?
But I feel we still do have some principled reporters out there, and when their own college-aged and high-school-aged kids start getting sick, with some dropping dead, then I think we’ll see the narrative shift.
So many colleges are forcing students to be fully vaccinated by this fall, and I think in the months and years ahead, we’ll realize what a monumental error in judgement this was.
I would be very wary of taking this vaccine if you have not done so already. If you have taken it, well...good luck. You have no idea what the long-term effects of this are, no one does. And there’s no way you can get it out of your body now.
You’re a test case.
And do you think the push to vaccinate will subside, even if we reach 70% sometime in July? Is the country, and the world, really going to allow 30% of the planet to go without the jab?
And even if we get that down to 10% that haven’t had the shot - mainly through societal pressure like limiting travel and shopping - what happens to them? Are we really going to allow 10% of the world to thumb their noses like that?
Big Tech is already doing all it can to silence those that talk about this stuff, just like they spent so long silencing the Wuhan lab theory.
Now that theory has become mainstream and is widely accepted, even among strong voices on the left.
I feel these deadly vaccines and their serious side effects will become the mainstream message in the months and years to come, but by then it’ll be too late.
Sadly, I think that’s the idea.