Post-injection death tolls have reached levels that are making it very difficult for the powers-that-be to keep the lambs sleeping and the vaxx zealots enthused. Thus they are resorting to the oldest, tried-and-true tricks in the book, particularly the “if you tell a lie enough, it becomes the truth” method.
Politifact wrote the same, regurgitated article on April 6, 2022, declaring that mRNA and viral vector DNA injections are not the cause of countless sudden deaths in adults and kids. The Poynter Institute, Politifact’s parent organization, wrote nearly the exact same “fact check” article on September 24, 2021. The effort has been persistent, consistent and coordinated among the monolithic mainstream media since the spring of 2021.
Pfizer-owned Reuters wrote a “fact-check” on April 29, 2021 entitled, “No evidence COVID-19 vaccines will cause an ‘exponential rise’ in deaths.” The next day, on April 30, 2021, USA Today wrote a “fact-check” entitled, “COVID-19 vaccines don’t cause death, won’t decimate world’s population.” FactCheck.org got into the mix on March 2, 2022, with an article entitled, “COVID-19 Vaccines Have Prevented Deaths, Contrary to Misleading Graphic on Social Media.” Those four (Poynter/Politifact, USA Today, Reuters, FactCheck.org) are charged with reinforcing the lies and propaganda, while soothing the fears and anxiety of vaxx zealots.
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But emergency reinforcements are necessary since many Americans have already experienced at least one sudden death in their immediate family or extended friends networks. A paper entitled “The ethics of encouraging employees to get the COVID‑19 vaccination” was published in the Journal of Public Health Policy in March 2022. The paper concluded:
Critical thinkers fully expect papers like this to be published, particularly since it was funded by the National Institutes of Health. But one of the authors listed at the top of this particular paper is Christine Grady. She is not only the head of the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, but she’s also Fauci’s wife. Yet the paper declares at the bottom that none of the authors have conflicts of interest. Read the full paper here.
Then there’s Pfizer CEO and reining Zionist of the Year (yes, that is a real award) Albert Bourla. He and The Great Reset architect Klaus Schwab chopped it up at the World Economic Forum 2022 Annual Meeting late last month. They played their woe-is-me cards and whined about being “targets of the anti-vaccine movements and conspiracy people.”
But it was Bourla’s interview with CNN reporter Richard Quest in Davos that hasda bit of everything.
First, Quest admitted to having received four Pfizer mRNA injections, but is still worried about catching COVID-19. Bourla said the Pfizer mRNA injections are the least profitable drug the company has ever made. Pfizer is expected to rake in $100 billion in revenues this year, which would set a company record.
Bourla, obliviously and arrogantly, declared that Pfizer will provide all of its poisons at cost to the world’s poorest countries, insinuating that this is some sort of altruistic gesture.