“But Then They Might Not Get The Shot!”

     Everyone on Earth – certainly, everyone with a minor child – should read this incredible conversation between a distraught father and a pharmacist:

Father: Are you a pharmacist?

Pharmacist: Yes, how can I help?

Father: Yeah. Hey, I’ve got a question. My wife, against my wishes, brought my seven-year-old son a few days ago for a COVID jab, and he’s now in the hospital with myocarditis. And I was obviously not very happy with you guys or with my wife. She told me that she was not told that was a potential side effect. So why wouldn’t you have told her that?

Pharmacist: Okay — sorry. So it’s quite a rare side effect as well.

Father: No, it’s not. No, it’s not because I’ve been doing research; it’s common. In the US, there’s tens of thousands of them [myocarditis cases] reported to the CDC site. So why are you not telling parents this?

Pharmacist: We might scare the parents, and they don’t want to get their child vaccinated.

     Because maximizing the number of kids they vaccinate against a disease kids are supremely unlikely to get is the most important thing, isn’t it?


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    • SteveF on August 11, 2022 at 6:28 AM

    Not mentioned in either the Substack essay or your essay is what should happen to the mother, for subjecting the child to a medical procedure over her husband’s objections. If we had a system of just family courts, the husband could divorce her and get full custody of the child because of her reckless endangerment. In practice, not so much.

    Say, did you know that children can get tattoos with a parent’s permission? How about the kid get a full-back tattoo saying “My mother tried to murder me”? The mother can hardly object, can she, if the father gets this done without her knowledge or even over her objections.

    1. Excellent points all around, but you know how one of today’s Family Court judges would rule in such a case. Mom always gets the “benefit of the doubt,” especially if she and Hubby differ about who said what to whom, and when.

  1. Filed under Death Cult; willing and useful idiot agents.

  2. FB totally blocked publishing this.

    This post goes against our Community Standards on misinformation that could cause physical harm.
    Only the author of the post and people who manage [this group] can see this post.
    We encourage free expression, but don’t allow false information about COVID-19 that could contribute to physical harm.
    If your content goes against our Community Standards again, your account may be restricted or disabled.
    You can disagree with the decision if you think we got it wrong.

    Claimed it might cause harm, as if blocking the report wouldn’t cause more harm. Not shown here is that FB penalized the account by not allowing posting for 3 days; threatening worse should there be a next time. No appeal offered (as if it ever helps.)

    1. You can’t honestly say you’re surprised, Pas.

      1. Actually, there are times when you can make a point. For instance, this post, just before it got pulled, automatically generated the worse than disingenuous flag rebutted by the following meme.
        Rebuttal to FB's lie about Vax prelaunch trials

        FB has indeed allowed this rebuttal for over a year without incident.

        For your post I have recruited allies to indirectly enable others to find this story thru use of key words. Only three brings up the link you used and several others as well.

        I was an excellent hardware engineer because I never permitted one or more dead-end approaches to keep me from my goal.

    • Mike in Canada on August 11, 2022 at 9:55 AM

    They can all go straight to hell. If they are unsure of the best way to get there, many of us are willing to assist them in that journey.

    • Shirley Casem on August 11, 2022 at 1:33 PM

    Strokes are extremely rare in children.

    One of my grandsons delayed university for a year until he found a college that would enroll him without requiring the j a b. He’s on his way to Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA.

    1. Smart young man!

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