By - allenbyNY
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Whomever flagged this as being misinformation, please tell me how it’s misinformative. You can slide into my DMs and speak to me privately, if you so wish. As far as I understand—and I’m happy to share the articles, I’m sure you can find them on this thread, or in my post history—after 7 months, according to Swedish study, one becomes actually more likely to get sick, after 7 or 9 months of taking the Covid vacc. Negative immunity is the term they used.
So the first speech bubble: checked.
Second: 1200+ people, according to FDA documents released December first, died in the first month of the vaxx rollout. Or you can look on VAERS, which says, I think, that more have died from the Covid vaccine alone, than all other vaccines in the last 30 years combined—by a factor of two.
And the FDA docs, that 1200 I think only referred to within hours after the shot.
So the second speech bubble pair does check out.
My man...Always on it
100%.....Pfizer showing nothing but asshole's and elbows in the quest to kill, and all in the name of their god - Money
Money I think is the least sinister way we could look at it. They do continue to be profit driven, which they’ve been successful at—in their documents, their profits have increased from $42 billion in 2020, to a projected $84 I think, for 2021.
And they keep rolling new things out, including, as I’ve covered before, an mRNA flu shot, which they determine will be approved I think 2nd quarter 2022, as well as an obesity medication for the same quarter. Also, whatever an IV Covid medication will look like.
They do continue to operate as a corporation, paying dividends and seeking profits.
I think there’s more behind it. I would say that Pfizer, I would think, could do a better job at making a vaccine if they wanted to, but nobody, seemingly, would have an easy time at making a vaccine for a virus they’re still yet to isolate.
I would at least think they’d be more successful just in administering placebos to the population at large—I think the data would back me up, that you at least wouldn’t have the negative immunity that comes with the gene therapy.
But I’m just a conspiracy theorist, what do I know.