They Have Found An Extremely Strange Substance In The Pfizer Vaccine!

Thank you … And you are right … it does raise some other obvious and disturbing questions

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Vaccines? If you don’t feel well try 3 shots of Jack! Chances are you’ll feel just fine in the morning!!!

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I’m a lightweight when it comes to alcohol these days. 3 shots of cheap whiskey on an empty stomach very likely won’t leave me feeling so fine in the morning;)

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Warning - prescriptions work best when taken with food!

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And that’s the advantage of vaccine over alcohol.
It can be taken no matter what is the status of your stomach. :wink:

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Yes, but the periodic boosters aren’t half as fun.

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Ya, I may just wait till the actual fda approved jab is actually ready. That probably won’t be for two or three years from now at best. I may get the dangerous one that has no insert and has been extended for the emergency use order and still leaves it’s manufacturer liability free(why). Then again I do have antibodies and the survival rate is +99% and our God given antibodies are life long protection of variants. Huh, we’ll see. Either way it’s my choice.

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So @Jerzy eating graphite raises a good point.

If a food, let’s say spinach or romaine (because it’s always spinach or romaine), started showing up in the grocery store contaminated with a mysterious substance it would be (and has been) yanked from the shelves immediately with warning signs plastered across the resultant empty spaces.

So why the laissez-faire attitude about something that’s bypassing the first line defenses of the human gut, and going straight into our veins?

Is the vax really about our safety? (Hint: No.)

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Thx God it went to my muscle… :wink:
My theory is that Graphene Oxide didn’t do any harm to my cells once the graphite was introduced to my body long time ago…

As I posted week ago:

I’m curious, why Viagra made by Pfizer never brought such attention. Oh… it made people happier… :laughing:

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No mandate for Viagra.

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Oh, let’s take a wild guess that maybe personal choice had something to do with it. And maybe because it was not being demanded by certain employers and government agencies in order to keep your job. And maybe because it is not based on synthetic mRNA. And maybe because Viagra, unlike the Pfizer mRNA vaccine, is NOT protected from lawsuits.

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