It is remarkable that Anthony Fauci and Team Apocalypse have saddled up to ride back up the Covid Mountain now that the mid-term elections are over.
That’s right, they are ready to plant the flag of government control over you and your health right in your front yard just in time for Thanksgiving.
The good news is that Aunt Karen may not make it for dinner if you refuse your fifth or sixth booster before the holidays and that is something to be thankful for.
But what I can’t understand is why they are working so hard to push Covid booster injections and faux vaccines when they have been such a complete failure.
I mean, do you think Aunt Karen knows that even China won’t give mRNA injections to any of its more than one billion citizens? Do you think there might be a reason why they are not interested in Pfizer or Moderna? China happily steals technology from every country in the world without concern but they want nothing to do with the pet project of Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates. Why do you think that is?
It looks to me like the ‘declare an emergency and lockdown for any reason crowd’ is just itching to find some reason to do it all over again. They were hoping to declare a climate crisis but instead had to call in the New York National Guard to dig their people out from a historic early November snowstorm with temperatures in the teens from Madison to Massachusetts.
So suddenly they are back on the path to Covid-Topia, a place where the left can issue any ridiculous demands it wants while screaming ‘it’s all about the science’ at the top is their collective lungs—even though the vast majority of America and the rest of the world stopped listening a long time ago.
At least this time around the FDA won’t be regularly issuing factually challenged tweets rooted more in propaganda than science. Tweets which are now the focus of investigations that will be launched by an incoming GOP House majority who believe the agency convinced millions of people of factually untrue declarations.
One of the most egregious violations of trust came with the ‘you are not a horse’ tweet that was meant to convince you that Ivermectin was a drug for horses and cows when in fact, the inventors won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discovery in 2015 and it has been used safely for decades longer than that!
This anti-parasitic drug, in fact, is exactly what I took when I was deathly ill with Covid just after Christmas of 2021 and within 8 hours was almost symptom free. Yes, after taking the FDA attacked treatment, I was healthy as a horse. Maybe that’s what they actually meant to say.
But none of that matters now because there is renewed effort to convince you that anything less than being fully vaccinated with two jabs and at least a couple more boosters means you might as well make your funeral arrangements.
Don’t you dare ask about young men dying from myocarditis because it couldn’t possibly be caused by an untested injection that is in no way a traditional vaccine. It’s just not possible that some untested injection could injure or kill people.
It’s not like Thalidomide—which was mass marketed in the 1950’s and 60’s to help women sleep and control morning sickness—caused more than 10,000 children to be born without arms or legs and caused hundreds of thousands more to die from miscarriages. Oh wait, that is exactly what happened, and the drug was pushed globally into 46 countries so the actual devastation could be far greater than reported. Even though the devastating impacts of the drug were well documented, the pharmaceutical company continued to push it in countries like Spain into the 1980’s.
So, excuse me if I don’t blindly buy into any of this hype or the constant refrain of ‘you will be safer if you take this mRNA injection’ knowing little about its long-term effects. My answer is no—hell no—no matter how hard they push.
This piece was written by Steve Gruber on November 23, 2022. It originally appeared in SteveGruber.com and is used by permission.
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