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Sept. 29, 2022

Dr Joseph Fraiman speaks to Mark Steyn after a report is published suggesting the Covid vaccine ‘caused one in 800 adverse events.’

‘Our public officials aren’t speaking about this. It’s their duty to be speaking about the findings in our study.’ ~ Dr. Fraiman
I highly recommend the documentary “Safe and Effective: A Second Opinion.”

Vaccine Failure Is Not a Reason to Celebrate!

Reporting on a new study, U.S. News & World Report this week published an article, “‘Breakthrough’ Infections After COVID Vaccine Can Help Prevent Future Illness,” which spins vaccine failure as a reason to celebrate.

Let’s pause and read that again: Breakthrough infections … after COVID-19 vaccine … can help prevent future illness.

If you get the disease the vaccine was supposed to prevent, it can help prevent you from getting the disease the vaccine was supposed to prevent … again.  (See link for article)

Is this supposed to be good news?
This only makes sense in the Topsy-turvy world of the new normal.
It is clear that this article was written to placate the burgeoning demographic who got the shot but got infected anyway, and who are left remorsefully scratching their heads.
The author points out the steps to placate a questioning public:
  1. Don’t mention the misleading messaging throughout the pandemic
  2. Don’t mention any of the harm that was done
  3. Offer speculation as fact
  4. Don’t mention the unvaccinated
  5. Don’t mention that once you are “vaccinated” you are forever “vaccinated”. There’s no going back.
Again, just repeat “It’s safe and effective”, even though the CDC is hiding data.
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