Vaccines in America date back to George Washington and the War for Independence. Since the days of variolation and smallpox, the United States has had a pretty good relationship with getting jabbed as the lesser of two evils. As I tell my children, “A little bit of pain now prevents a lot of pain later.” So why is it that nearly 250 years after Congress fought to prevent the inoculation of troops, the current government now looks towards coercion, threats, and bribes to force the general public to undergo an unproven injection?
Over a decade in a medical company taught me that the ability of the U.S. medical community is second to none. Likewise, multiple decades as an American patriot taught me to always be skeptical of anyone who says, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help,” Reagan’s most feared words. That is why I chose to ask around at the hospitals in which I work to find out what other healthcare professionals thought and knew about this vaccine. Scarily many just followed without a single question. Questions such as, “Why is there only a barcode on the information sheets with the vial of the vaccine?” The CDC would tell you it is so you can see the most up-to-date information on the vaccine. For which I would ask, “Most up to date? You mean the information is changing?” This also makes me concerned that the healthcare provider who is administering the injection doesn’t have to hand you a document listing all the side effects, risks, and ingredients of the vaccine – the very thing that my child’s pediatrician does for every shot. Since it’s being pushed by the government, my next question would be, “What are you hiding?”
To that question, a brave nurse I work with informed me of what her researcher friend (who works for Eli Lilly, a pharmaceutical company based in Indiana) told her about some pretty terrible things regarding the Pfizer vaccine. She claimed that she believed that those who had the Pfizer injection would only survive two and a half years post-vaccination. Interestingly, I was informed of this about a month before the Spanish study was released that claimed that large quantities of graphene oxide were in the batch of vaccines that were studied under an electron microscope. The NIH has been conducting research using graphene oxide in vaccines for over a decade. Therefore I find this information extremely plausible especially considering the former Pfizer vice president and the scientific director came out with many concerns about the vaccine and fraudulent studies. That information became all the more relevant to me when the researcher said that there were those in Pfizer who didn’t want the vaccine released, yet the president pushed it out anyway. The thought of money comes to mind before the conversation of a booster for the Pfizer injection began circulating. Might that be the reason the government is pushing these jabs?
Speaking of insisting on getting injected, if these “vaccines” are so great, then why is it that so many healthcare professionals are hesitant to get them? So hesitant that many hospitals across the country are mandating the vaccine for their employees. In my state alone, two major hospital systems are doing so. A year ago, healthcare workers were celebrated and called heroes, now those that want to exercise their individual liberties to have control over their own body are treated like lepers and fired. In Indiana, Community Health Systems set the middle of September as the deadline, while IU Health set a September 1 deadline on their employees to get the injection, or lose their jobs. At one of the other major hospital systems in the state, the nurse I worked with told me about a physician colleague of ours who was coerced to get the shot, despite her opposition. I was told that the administration threatened to not treat her son if she didn’t take the jab. She has a brother that works for a pharmaceutical company. He has been telling her about the various unsafe things in these vaccines. When I heard another nurse ask this doctor if she was going to have her kids vaccinated, the doctor replied with an adamant “Hell no!” that caught everyone off guard. What I believe is the most telling thing is that this particular doctor was also the first person I knew to let the fear of the virus take over her life.
There are many healthcare workers – nurses, techs, physicians, and researchers who all are very hesitant about getting injected with an unproven substance. Shouldn’t that say enough for the government to rethink its tactics? Now, talk of passports begins to circulate, numbers of employers mandating vaccines start to rise, and school systems weigh in on their recommendations. Don’t forget, last year we were told to trust science. The science these healthcare workers are reading now.
Remember what Benjamin Franklin once said, “He who would trade liberty for some temporary security, deserves neither liberty nor security.”
Where do you stand?