Science Shows that there is a Pandemic of the Vaccinated
Throughout the entire COVID-19 era scientist have been working hard to avoid the most logical conclusions whether masks not working, how quarantining the healthy isn’t helpful, or how natural immunity is better than the fake vaccine they offer. Now, we find that there is a pandemic among those who have taken the jab that points to their championed shots not working at all.
The NOQ Report put out an article that details this,
“How do you confuse a government health official? Show them statistics that compare percentages of vaccinations in areas with surges in Covid-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. They will perform Olympic-level intellectual gymnastics in order to avoid the most obvious conclusion: High vaccination levels equate to higher Covid-19 surges.”
“We’ve seen this happening in other countries that achieve extreme vaccination levels. Most recently, Ireland defied the accepted vaccine narrative by having its worst spike happening despite achieving 93% vaccination levels for adults in the nation. And as has become a broken record of excuses, the government is projecting the unpoetic narrative that it’s those dastardly handful of filthy unvaxxed who are to blame for the injections’ obvious lack of efficacy.”
“But the “baffling” phenomenon is manifesting in more places around the United States as different areas achieve vaccination levels that exceed the national average. Case-in-point: Los Angeles. It’s a perfect microcosm for analysis because the areas that have the highest vaccination rates also have the highest Covid-19 rates. One would think there should be nothing baffling about it, but public health officials are still droning on about every possible reason for the narrative-breaking statistics.”
Simply put, the shot don’t work. We are seeing this truth in the United States now as LA has a spike in COVID while being one of the most vaccinated areas in the nation. We need to stop listening to the fake science that is being driven by dollars or more nefarious plots and interpret the data with common sense and come to the obvious conclusions.
Despite the spin of liberal media and a corrupt fiat Whitehouse administration, inflation and prices of goods are still going up. This week as I was grocery shopping a man about a half aisle behind me looked at the prices and starting shouting profanities and saying “Are you kidding me? It is how much?” He was looking at cereal. I can’t imagine what his response will be mid-January when General Mills raises their prices 20% as the NOQ Reports.
“If you think that inflation is bad now, just wait until we get into early next year. As you will see below, some of the biggest corporations in the entire country have just announced major price increases which will take effect during the first few months of 2022.”
General Mills (GIS) notified retail customers that it’s raising prices in mid-January on hundreds of items across dozens of brands. They include Annie’s, Progresso, Yoplait, Fruit Roll-Ups, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charm’s, Wheaties, Reese’s Puffs, Trix and more, according to letters General Mills sent to at least one major regional wholesale supplier last week. For some items, prices will go up by around 20% beginning next year.”
That is a big increase in prices especially for food! Of course General Mills is name brand so perhaps you are like me and shop more off brand, if the price of the name brand goes up it is certain that the price of the off brand will as well.
General Mills isn’t the only brand that is raising its prices either.
“General Mills’ plans are the latest evidence that rising prices won’t be going away anytime soon for some of the most recognizable food and household brands. The company is the latest consumer manufacturer to announce price hikes beginning next year, joining Tyson (TSN), Kraft Heinz (KHC), Mondelez (MDLZ), Procter & Gamble (PG), Kimberly Clark (KMB) and others.”
“After 35 years of selling goods for a buck, Dollar Tree is boosting its standard price point to $1.25 by the end of April, the company said in a statement Tuesday. While the decision is “not a reaction to short-term or transitory market conditions,” Dollar Tree acknowledged the inflationary environment and said the price boost will help mitigate historically high costs, including freight and distribution expenses, as well as wage increases.”
It is time to act in wisdom and look ahead at what is coming and get socked up on some food and find cheaper alternatives to what you normally buy. Between inflation and the supply chain difficulties 2022 could be quite the rough year, it is best to prepare now.