Vaccine Safety

Today, posted on Twitter, was the claim that all the covid jabs were tested on animals and thus safe; that the stories that animal trials were halted was a conspiracy theory started on social media. Actually, the first time I heard that the animals trials were halted because too many animals were dying was from my MD, who had just the second before told me that he had really spent some time studying the mRNA. I think we all know they weren’t not safety tested; that is why the government cleared them, in face of what seemed a disastrous possible pandemic, as emergency use. If they had been safety tested, they would have been cleared as such.

Since then, we have seen a lot of humans die, both directly within 48 hours even if under-reported and many die from “other causes” — 40% according to the first reported actuaries.

I was flabberghasted at the bald face lie. I saw this only on Twitter; no where else.

But I did see this, on the same day:

Andrew Wakefield, world class researcher in internal medicine, decries the new attempt to put the covid antigens in with the combo MMR and chickenpox vaccine. Let him explain.

And please, no one put that he has been discredited. There were attempts; he was exonerated. BTW world-class means world class. He had papers co-authored with other illustrious researchers, published around the world, long before he risked himself to help parents who came to him with children having problems, autism, after being vaccinated. Yes, someone didn’t like his research after that.  Yes, and some people took to social media to say he hurt children. How does a researcher hurt children? I wondered if the gal I spoke to on Twitter back then was paid or just wildly stupid. Anyway, she didn’t have anything to say after I asked her that question.


Yes, and evidently, I am risking my podcast here and maybe other things to let you know. Use the sacrifice; don’t waste it.


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