Learning the Hard Way
It's sad when your decisions come back to bite you. Sadder still when they come back to bite the whole country.
The video here is one of the saddest things I’ve seen in awhile.
It’s a website where the victims of the vaccine reactions (that are absolutely NOT happening) gather to share experiences, try to get help and just co-miserate. There are thousands of them and they are the red-headed stepchildren of scientism. They cannot be acknowledged. Their very existence is evidence of failure. They are the sorrowful former pro-vaxxers who had to learn the hard way that yes, it does happen and yes, it can happen to you. They are the ones who played Russian roulette with the needle and lost. I feel terrible for them.
They are suffering greatly. Many of them have terrible neurological problems now. Painful tingling in their fingers and toes, tremors, electric current sensations through their whole bodies, constant ringing in their ears, loss of muscle control (including bowels and bladder) terrible sensitivity to sounds, light, textures. Debilitating brain fog, akin to dementia. They can’t function normally anymore, in many cases. The symptoms fade for some, but not for everyone. They are mourning life as it once was because no one can tell them if it will ever return for them. No one really understands what is going on in their bodies because THIS IS AN UNTESTED FRANKENSHOT AND THEY ARE THE LAB RATS THE MAD SCIENTIST DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE.
And they were the first in line for this thing. What do they get for rolling up their sleeves so fast? All bright-eyed and hopeful? Doing the “right thing” to save their communities?
They get the stinging eye-wash of seeing humanity for what it is. You can imagine. Deplatformed. Defamed. Ignored. Ridiculed. Gaslighted. In other words, they are now walking a mile in the worn-out shoes of the hundreds of thousands of autism moms who have long since been discredited and discarded along with their inconvenient children, many of them adults in diapers now.
How about we take the lessons we are learning now about the ethics and ethos of big pharma we are seeing on display right now and retroactively apply that to the autism and vaccine debate. Hmmmmm… did we maybe pre-judge them a little harshly? Let’s revisit that whole thing, shall we?
Because just like listening to Texas and the other states at the Supreme Court level could have prevented Afghanistan right now, listening to Autism moms 10 years ago probably could have prevented this whole pandemic to begin with. Seriously, had big pharma been knee-capped back then, would there have been impetus and money enough to mess with gain-of-function? Think about it. Let’s at least think about it before we inject our entire MILITARY when China and Russia won’t inject theirs. And in fact China seems to be DONATING their vaccine to all their frenemies…
Know what is also sad? This kind of regret
Listen to this. And search on Twitter for Biden regret. It was all about Orange Man Bad. We KNEW this. There were some very basic policies Trump put in place for the planned withdrawal. They were common sense. They were standard operating procedure type stuff. It was all there. All Biden had to do was cheat off his paper and take a victory lap. But he was too stupid to pull out civilians and equipment before troops. No one thought that had to be explained to him, but he has advanced dementia, so the entire military chain of command is backed into following the gibberish of a should-be nursing home resident with good connections…
Even Obama said not to underestimate Joe’s ability to fuck things up. I mean, I never did. I laughed when he was the nominee. He was the worst of a terrible slate. And then I laughed again when he picked an impossibly laughable VP. They were that stupid.
Yes, they were that stupid, and they could afford to be because of everything Mike Lindell is telling you. They were not worried. They can foist ANYONE they want on you until you mentally engage and develop some healthy skepticism.
But enough people voted Biden that its somewhat plausible to the mushy mainstream, that is now experiencing regret.
Look, I get that choices are complicated and its hard to weigh the pros and cons of black versus red, Republican vs. Democrat, vaccine or no. Some will choose well and some won’t. We’ll find out when the little marble falls in the slot and the casino either pays out or rakes in your chips.
Just don’t be pushing my chips around the table, Karen, and we’ll be simpatico however the marble drops.