I have to blog about this story, and there's a reason why I depart from my usual practice of avoiding covid planscamdemic stories on the main blog. If you're like me, you're probably sick and tired of the lamestream propatainment media, and their local and regional outposts in talk radio and television, constantly pushing the quackcines. Here where I live, there is a constant flood of stories on a local talk radio station constantly pushing the narrative to get quackcinated, but nary a peep about any stories about adverse reactions to them. In all honesty, I cannot remember one story about any adverse reactions to the quackcines. Not one. Not one. On the contrary, we are regaled on an almost daily basis with our local country "health Tsar" - a man who, like Bidenenko, talks as if his mouth is either full of cotton balls and flannel rags, or who has just taken a strong pull of bourbon before he goes on the air - about the latest variant statistics and what percentage of the population is still "unquackcinated".
All this is background to my anger and frustration. I certainly do not villify those who have chosen to receive the injections. To the contrary, given the bizarre and grizzly nature of some of the adverse reactions I've seen, I pray for their continued health. They have their right to make their own health decisions. What angers me is the media's role in promoting only one side of the story.
And that brings me to today's story. Like many local media outlets, a television station in Detroit indicates the "new game" in promotion of the planscamdemic narrative by actively soliciting stories from its audience from people who have lost a loved one to the disease who were unvaccinated.
What it received in response however, was an inundation from people reporting adverse reactions in loved ones who were qauckcined:
Consider these statements:
Detroit’s ABC station asked Facebook users to share stories of unvaccinated people who have passed away from COVID-19, only to be flooded with stories of death and injury as a result of the shots.
“After the vaccines were available to everyone, did you lose an unvaccinated loved one to COVID-19? If you’re willing to share your family’s story, please DM us your contact information. We may reach out for a story we’re working on,” wrote WXYZ-TV Channel 7 on Friday.
An overwhelming number of people responded with stories not of death of the unvaccinated but of death and injury soon after the COVID-19 shot.
“I don’t know anyone who died from covid but I do know a 37 year old who got the vaccine and died of brain aneurysm 8 days later,” wrote a Facebook user under the name Maximilien Robespierre.
Immediately below, Richard Smother shared, “My coworkers daughter (12 years old) had to be rushed to the ER after she collapsed an hour after her second shot.”
Krista Evans shared, “I know 3 people personally that died shortly after being fully vaxxed. All the people I know that have had the China virus, had very mild flu-like symptoms so why the hell would anyone get poked with this poison???”
Becky Burch commented, “An Aunt died a week after the shot. The family never thought much about it until visiting with another cousin who had family die after the shot with the same ‘strange’ issue…not sure of the details. Now, they think it was the shot.”
Besides deaths, the testimonies of side effects from the jab cover a wide range of injuries and symptoms, from heart attacks and blood clots to digestive issues to loss of sight and movement.
“My mother had a heart attack 4 days after receiving her first vaccine. She now has a blood clot in her lung,” Jessica Mauldin commented.
Nor were all the comments as "reserved" as these; there was considerable anger and frustration in many of them:
“So, the comments section isn’t going the way you planned,” wrote Nicole Boucher Sargent.
“This backfired on you rotten SOB’s in the media,” said Scott McCarty.
The post has since had at least 125,000 comments and 125,000 shares.
The heavy ratio of comments about death and injury from the jab tells a starkly different story about the safety and usefulness of the shot than that shared by mainstream news outlets like WXYZ-TV.
Then I saw this sad video:
If by chance facebook's "fact checkers" remove the video by the time of this blog, the short 2 minute video was of a young woman who had received the jab being driven to the hospital by her friend. The reason? She couldn't hold her head up, and was experiencing spasms on the order of the Dance of St. Vitus. She was given a pat on the head and told there was nothing they could do, and the video, after showing the poor woman in a hospital bed spasming and twitching uncontrollably, ends with the two women crying on the steps of the hospital.
Such videos are not rare, and can be found on YouTube and other outlets.
All of this sadness, along with the Detroit story, gave me an idea...
... the next time you hear your local or national media "pushing the narrative" and avoiding the issue of adverse reactions, send them these videos, flood them with these videos, with the question of why they are not spending a commensurate amount of air time covering these stories. At the very least, if they refuse to cover the story, you'll at least know how deeply the fix is in. If lives are at stake from the unvaccinated, as the narrative has it, then lives are equally at stake for the vaccinated, who took the injections in good faith, and whose stories are being blatently, brazenly, and cruelly ignored.
See you on the flip side...