In recent days, President Trump made a recurring endorsement of the patently dangerous COVID-19 mRNA injections that are clearly injuring and killing people at unprecedented numbers and with impunity. The endorsement that dismisses those safety concerns is highly problematic for Mr. Trump; however, there may be an alternative plausible explanation. We’ll examine both, prefacing it all by saying that if Trump’s endorsement of the “vaccines” is a political tactic, it’s a poor one.
The alternative plausible explanation is found within the context of COVID-19 as a completely and thoroughly evidenced construct of enterprise fraud. I’ve written in excess of 350 articles on the topic of COVID-19/enterprise fraud and so for the sake of brevity, we assume the position without elaboration beyond providing this link to my COVID-19 timeline, which makes for quick uptake on the subject, and again presenting these graphic illustrations from that timeline:
Beyond the COVID-19 “pandemic” being enterprise fraud, it was also a political construct designed by the intelligence community to trap and then remove Trump from office. Accepting these well-evidenced fact sets on their face, in addition to the criminal complicity of former Human and Health Services Secretary Alex Azar [my team’s Ninth Circuit federal grand jury petition names Azar as one of five respondents], is important for what follows in developing a full comprehension of COVID-19 and enterprise fraud. Consider this 23 Oct 20 reporting:
But in 2019, the National Vaccine Program Office was shut down in an effort to cut costs and “eliminate program redundancies,” Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar wrote at the time. The shortsightedness of that shutdown has come into clear view amid the coronavirus pandemic, said Dr. Nicole Lurie, who who was assistant secretary for preparedness and response at HHS during the 2009 pandemic. FDA and CDC staffers have reportedly been meeting up on their own time to cobble some safety projects together. “There’s no sort of active coordination to bring all the information together,” Lurie told the Times.
Other vaccine experts and political scientists have their own concerns: foreign disinformation campaigns, a lack of transparency, proper communications to clear up health issues unrelated to vaccines, to name a few. A coordinated vaccine office would be tasked with handling all of that. Read more at The New York Times. – Yahoo News
In consideration of timing and timelines, take HHS Secretary Azar’s closing of the National Vaccine Program Office and augment it with this evidence that according to the corpus of work from Dr. David E. Martin, M-CAM,
Timothy Miller, Sharon Klatfer, Albert Paul Reid and Elaine Jones on 28 Jan 00 filed what ultimately was issued as U.S. patent 6372224, which was the spike protein virus vaccine for the canine coronavirus, which is one of the multiple forms of coronavirus.
The early work up until 1999 was largely focused in the area of vaccines for animals whereby Ralph Baric’s work with rabbits at the University of North Carolina and the rabbit cardio myopathy that is associated with significant problems among rabbit breeders, and canine coronavirus in Pfizer’s work, to identify how to develop S-protein spike target candidates giving rise to the obvious evidence that says that neither the coronavirus concept of a vaccine nor the principle of the coronavirus itself as a pathogen of interest with with respect to the spike protein’s behavior is anything novel at all. As a matter of fact, it’s 22 years old based upon patent files. – Political Moonshine
The mRNA “vaccinations” were old science by decades. There was little new about them. The research and development of those spike protein-based vaccines encompass adverse reactions, the mechanisms that cause them, and how they cause injury and death. This means they knew the mRNA would result in injury and death, and that makes it a designed and intended outcome.
This is why HHS Secretary Azar shut down the National Vaccine Program Office in 2019 before the mRNA “vaccines” were rolled-out. They knew adverse reactions, injury, and death were coming.
I’ll say this again – despite what people think, there’s a 0% chance that I’m wrong about COVID-19 being a construct of enterprise fraud. The sooner America reconciles that one fact, the sooner we get the country back.
The Relevant Question
With the COVID-19/enterprise fraud assumption under our belt, let’s examine Trump’s problematic endorsement of the COVID-19 “vaccines” that dismiss the safety concerns about injury and death in lieu of promoting the narrative of “saving 100 million lives worldwide.”
Therein, an important question arises: Is Trump’s endorsement of the mRNA injections a poorly constructed political maneuver or is it something different respective to enterprise and the compartmentalization of culpability for the totality of COVID-19, including the “vaccinations?”
Trump’s Problematic Statement
Here’s what President Trump stated in reporting from Newsweek [emphasis added]:
I was able to get something approved that, you know, that has proven to have saved a lot of lives. Some people say that I saved 100 million lives worldwide…able to get [the vaccines] done in nine months [compared to] five years to 12 years…[the vaccines were] the greatest thing that’s ever happened [citing safety issues occurring in] relatively small numbers.
You have to understand, there are the pros and cons. Some reports [indicate] that it’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened and we saved tens of millions of lives. Then you’ll read other reports [that] say there were some problems with the vaccine…but relatively small numbers.
But you know, you have many reports that say the vaccines save tens of millions of lives. That without the vaccines you would have had a thing…where perhaps 100 million people died. – President Donald J. Trump
In a statement given to Newsweek, Trump spokesperson Steven Cheung said [emphasis added],
After China unleashed this deadly virus onto the rest of the world, President Trump and his administration worked tirelessly to secure medical equipment to save the lives of Americans who were infected. Operation Warp Speed was a once-in-a-lifetime initiative that gave people the option of utilizing therapeutics if they wished to do so.
He also fought against any attempt to federalize the pandemic response by protecting every state’s right to ultimately decide what is best for their people because of the unique challenges each state faced. In coordination with governors across the country, President Trump provided assistance and equipment as requested or if needed.
By contrast, Joe Biden incomprehensibly failed to continue the Trump Administration’s successes he inherited, with more COVID deaths under Biden than President Trump in the same amount of time. – Trump spokesperson Steven Chung
Problematic for Politics
President Trump’s public and recurring endorsement is problematic for politics and specifically as it relates to his base and the 2024 election, where Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is Trump’s primary threat as a challenger in the bid for the Republican nomination; even causing Trump to consider running on a third party ticket, which I discuss in this article.
Consider this reporting from 21 Oct 22 [emphasis added]
DeSantis took these steps, because the anti-vaccine movement is a vocal constituency within his party. Promoting vaccine skepticism wins over support without alienating pro-vaccine conservatives, who continue to justify his position as merely anti-mandate. The asymmetry of willpower between the fanatics and people who are determined to remain their coalition partners has shifted the party’s center of gravity sharply rightward.
Not only have Republicans turned against the COVID vaccine, but they are turning against other vaccines. One survey finds only 22 percent of Republicans have gotten a regular flu shot this fall — as opposed to 49 percent of Democrats.
In a healthy party, pro-vaccine Republicans would be able to fight back. But on this issue, just as has happened with all the others, they have helplessly allowed the fanatics to win. – Intelligencer
Even before then and drawing back to 17 May 21 at a time the U.S. uptake of COVID-19 “vaccines” was at 59% compared to the current 79.5% [for one dose], consider reporting on the political trending relative to the vaccines [emphasis added]:
As fewer people die from the coronavirus, the pace of vaccinations is stalling, and four out of 10 Republicans say they do not plan to get a vaccine, according to the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll. […]
Politics may be a greater predictor of one’s inclination to get vaccinated. Republicans were less likely to say they’ve already been vaccinated, at 45 percent, and more likely to say they do not plan to get vaccinated, at 41 percent. Just 4 percent of Democrats and 27 percent of independent voters said they do not plan to get vaccinated, according to this latest poll. – PBS
More recently, on 16 Dec 22, we see the same political trending relative to the COVID-19 “vaccines” in this reporting [emphasis added]:
Amid controversies around the COVID-19 vaccine and growing distrust of public health authorities, more than four in ten Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, and a third of parents, now say they oppose requiring children in public schools to receive some childhood vaccines, up since 2019, a new KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor survey finds.
Overall, nearly three in ten adults (28%) nationally now say that parents should be able to decide not to vaccinate their children for measles, mumps, and rubella rather than those vaccinations being required to attend public schools, up from 16% in a 2019 Pew Research Center poll conducted before the COVID-19 pandemic. Among parents, opposition to requiring those childhood vaccines now stands at 35%, up from 23% in 2019.
While most of the public still say that healthy children should be required to get those vaccines to attend public schools (71%), that share is down from 82% in 2019.
The growing opposition stems largely from shifts among people who identify as Republican or lean Republican, with 44% now saying parents should be able to opt out of those childhood vaccines, up from 20% in 2019. In contrast, the vast majority of Democrats and those who lean Democratic support requiring the vaccines for public school students (88%), little changed from 2019 (86%). – Kaiser Family Foundation
It’s important to indicate the clear downward trend in COVID-19 vaccination uptake from 79.5% on the initial dose down to 35.5% and trending lower, as represented in my own work as a submission to my team.
Let’s be clear about the cause of this downward trend for mRNA “vaccination” uptake: the reporting on adverse reactions, injury and death is having an effect indicated by the inverse reciprocal relationship. As the adverse effects continue on their upward trajectory, people are wising-up to produce the downward trajectory for vaccine uptake. The more injuries and death, the fewer the vaccinations.
*Images source: EDIFY Research & Consulting
Back to our question.
Does anyone really believe that President Trump, who knows he was entrapped with COVID-19 as the mechanism for his removal from office, is unaware of the widespread reporting on the adverse reactions, injuries, and deaths being caused by the mRNA injections?
I don’t. Not one bit.
So then, is Trump’s endorsement of the mRNA injections a poorly constructed political maneuver?
No, I don’t believe so, although it gives the appearance of such.
Or is it something different respective to enterprise and the compartmentalization of culpability for the totality of COVID-19, including the “vaccinations?”
Yes, I believe this to be the rationale explanation.
The answer is found in an article I wrote back in April 2020 reporting on the important aspects of a critical Trump press conference, and we focus on this extract from it:
This is the precise moment that the President forces Fauci to undo himself on the world’s stage and right before Trump undoes the MSM; again in legendary fashion,
“We had been talking, before any meetings that we had, about the pros and the cons, the effectiveness or not, of strong mitigations (quarantine), so discussions were going on mostly among the medical people, about what that would mean. The first and only time that Dr. Birx and I went in and formally made a recommendation to the President, to actually have a, quote (gesture) shut down in the sense of not really shut down, but to have really strong mitigation, we discussed it. Obviously there would be concern by some. In fact that might have some negative consequences. Nonetheless, the President listened to the recommendation and went to the mitigation.
The next, second time that I went with Dr. Birx, into the President and said 15 days are not enough, we need to go 30 days, obviously there were people who had a problem with that because of the potential secondary effects. Nonetheless, at that time, the President went with the health recommendations and we extended it another 30 days…. But I can just tell you. The first and only time that I went in and said we should do mitigation strongly, the response was, ‘yes, we’ll do it.’ – DR. ANTHONY FAUCI
Fauci went on to confirm that every single time he asked President Trump for measures, mitigation, etc – travel restrictions (China), Europe and the UK – “the answer was ‘yes.’”
What I’ve just outlined for you is exactly how the President has trapped [a criminal enterprise] inside of its own political construct and with all exits closed. As I previously wrote, it’s reported that Winston Churchill once stated, “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” President Trump eliminated their options and set their course for them – onward! – Political Moonshine
Overlay all of that with very old Moonshine discussing the importance of the legal term “presidential competence” and the Stafford Ace. I recently revisited the work in this article, saying: “It’s important to remember that it’s the Stafford Act which compels the President to defer to his teams of experts when the context of an emergency situation exceeds the scope of his competence and where “presidential competence” is the legal parameter. The “experts” were the Fauci, Birx, Redfield, Pence, et al Coronavirus Task Force, better known as the criminal enterprise in the COVID-19 enterprise fraud construct.”
Hold onto this for the final analysis: the entire federal response to the COVID-19 “pandemic” was mapped out by federal agencies and departments as orchestrated and executed by the Department of Defense [one two] and the White House Coronavirus Task Force; not President Trump.
Here’s the final analysis.
If Trump’s public recurring endorsement of the COVID-19 “vaccinations” in dismissing the adverse effects, injury, and death is a political tactic, it’s a poor one that will drive portions of his base to his biggest rival in the primary, Ron DeSantis. As was suggested to me, this could be a constructed exit strategy from politics for Trump, but I don’t believe that is the case, just like I don’t believe the recurring “vaccine” endorsement is a political maneuver or tactic.
Rather, I believe Trump’s recurring “vaccine” endorsement is a tactic and maneuver relative to enterprise fraud and the compartmentalization of culpability, and it’s one to force the hands of the Department of Defense, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Department of Health and Human Services, et al.
Here’s how and why I say that.
First, we have the evidence of the compartmentalization of culpability for all mitigations as it occurred in April 2020, and that would include the recommendation to move forward with mRNA vaccinations.
We also have the U.S. patent evidence that their portrayal of the mRNA technology as new is fraudulent, and this bears down on adverse reactions, injury, and death that they knew would occur.
Trump’s recurring “vaccine” endorsement boxes in the complicit and criminal federal entities in a binary fashion:
1-They must agree with Trump moving forward so that they can attempt to later blame Trump for Operation Warp Speed, the “vaccine” roll-out, and all of the resulting damage and death the “vaccines” caused. At that later time, likely centered on 2024 and in contrast to the establishment candidate DeSantis, Trump can undo it all by leveraging his compartmentalization of culpability in them to bend it back against them and emerge unscathed. The “vaccines” could then be removed from the market completely.
2-They must disagree with Trump, which forces them to admit that the mRNA vaccinations do, in fact, cause damage and death and should be immediately removed from the market completely. As they blame Trump for it, he can leverage his compartmentalization of culpability in them to emerge unscathed and remain a viable candidate.
Trump’s recurring “vaccine” endorsement remains problematic, but we can only hope it serves a greater purpose, as delineated in this article. If it doesn’t, we may be in a worse situation than we realize.
Regardless, Trump has them boxed in, and it began during the April 2020 press conference. The only question that remains is when will Trump make the move to hang these criminals with a rope they braided themselves.
As I continue to say, these people play inside of a box, and it makes them entirely predictable. Those people are also trapped inside that box, and it could be there is no exit aside from the gallows for “crimes against humanity.”
You can watch the full April 2020 press conference here:
This piece was written by Political Moonshine on January 20, 2023. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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