If you thought the current year could not get any stranger, think again. According to Mark Anderson of Stop The Presses!, KFXV in McAllen, Texas is putting on free Moderna vax-a-thons in parking lots.
The original Facebook livestream can be viewed here.
Test subjects do not need to exit their vehicles, just fill out some paperwork and the masked heroes will give you heaping dose of big pharma. The reporter, Robin Gwenn, displays joyful anticipation as she is injected with the dangerous substance, explaining this will be her second injection in as many months. At the 1:32 mark of the original video, Gwenn says if you want your own injection “you don’t need any proof of identification,” something she reiterates several times.
Around the 2:44 mark, she exclaims that anyone 16+ can get the vaccine, despite the CDC explicitly setting the age limit at 18 or older for this particular vaccine. Since they aren’t checking ID’s and are giving out false directives, how many underage children have been injected in the border town? How many illegal aliens are getting taxpayer injections?
The cocktail has killed thousands of people according to government reports, and has yet to be FDA approved.
The sultry Latina repeats the false narrative that submitting fo these injections will “get us back to normal.”
The vaccines, which come with a blank sheet of paper where the safety studies are normally included, is largely untested, with many raising concerns over what the long term effects of this new “operating system” will be.
In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was planning to convene to discuss the potion’s connections with heart inflammation in young people.
But of course, those tasked with looking after the public health decided to play hooky after Congress made another federal to celebrate black pride.
In all, we at Current Revolt advise against becoming a lab rat and putting this mysterious substance in your body, especially for an overhyped flu with a 99.95% recovery rate (Tommy says the virus hasn’t killed anyone.)
After all, if not taking the jab “saves one life,” particularly yours, isn’t it worth it?