Many workplaces are enacting mandates for their employees to get vaccinated with unapproved, investigational jabs that only have an EUA from the FDA. If you’ve been fired for refusing the jab, this may benefit you.
I received three doses of Merck’s 2006 Gardasil vaccine when I was 16 years old and it changed my life forever. This is more Op-Ed than journalistic breakdown, but I did put links to relevant sources in the article. Here’s my horror story.
in 2018, scientists discovered chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), a blood cancer, that cannot be found in DNA but is instead found in the changes of mRNA that inactivate tumor-suppressing proteins, thereby promoting cancer growth.
This breakdown explains how it works, but leaves me with more questions than answers.
Many people are terrified of the probable COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Here’s the latest conclusion I’ve come to. Yes, an employee can mandate the jab. HOWEVER, there may be a way of evading the vaccine mandate. This breakdown will explain how I believe you may be able to do just that.
This breakdown will explain how vaccines pushed on developing countries like Kenya, India, and others have had millions of girls and women of childbearing age become infertile due to hCG being present in their tetanus vaccines since the early 1990s.
It seems as though half the planet is rushing to be the first to receive the COVID-19 inoculation, while the other half couldn’t run away quickly enough. It’s no surprise considering the nature of the new type of vaccine (mRNA vaccines), never before able to be FDA-approved, being so unknown and therefore, undesirable. Here I will be breaking down the unorthodox way they determine “effectiveness” for these COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.
I’ll be making a guest appearance on the ever-growing podcast–Below The Line–tonight, Tuesday December 29th, at 7pm CST. Below The Line is hosted by Jon Robberson (@RobbersonJon) and Bill Chapman (@GPatriot151). We’ll be talking about the COVID-19 vaccine, Bill Gates, and more!
Many people are expressing their concerns over the possibility of receiving the new mRNA COVID vaccines, and for good reasons. In this breakdown, I will be explaining some side effects of these and past traditional vaccines, and the odds of being on the receiving end of this misfortune.