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Monkeypox is quickly evaporating, but the liability-free shots continue

By Meryl Nass | October 7, 2022

A long WaPo nothing piece discusses how the intradermal injection of Jynneos leaves a nasty lesion for up to six weeks, marking gay men. The article fails to touch on the evidence that it does or does not actually work, nor why the shot causes this prolonged misery. TB tests given intradermally only left a lesion for about a day, so what is so noxious about the Jynneos vaccine, which was diluted to only 20% of the original strength, that it causes such a prolonged lesion of the upper arm?

CDC buried the graph below, but eventually I found it. New monkeypox cases are only one fifth what they were in August, a mere 8 weeks ago. Soon it will be gone.

Before that happens, however, NYC wants to inject as many people as possible. It has expanded eligibility to anyone who wants the vaccine, and has advertised 30,000 newly available doses.

October 7, 2022 - Posted by | Deception, Timeless or most popular

1 Comment »

  1. When the next “extremely Dangerous” health Threat emerges, it is going to be very difficult to take what politicians tell us seriously. I notice “silly Billy Gates” has gone deathly quiet, Fauci has “left the scene” and the frightening Newspaper/Network coverage has ‘evaporated’.

    Someone has realised that “you can fool all of the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, But you cant fool All of the People ALL of the time”.

    Citizens should adopt a healthy skepticism, when the next “Pandemic” dominates our TV Screens. “THEY” are lying to us, and manipulating us, and we’re not going to take it any more……!!!

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    Comment by brianharryaustralia | October 8, 2022 | Reply


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