Branch Covidian Math: Omnicron + Mass Panic = 3 More Shots
In the wake of the new Omicron variant apparently the cultist members who adhere to vaccines and government lockdowns have been working on a new math equation. The equation is, Omicron + Mass Panic = 3 More Shots. That’s right BioNtech has started producing a three shot booster to protect you from the dreaded Omicron. As the NOQ Report writes:
“The CEO of BioNtech, which produces what most refer to as the “Pfizer shot,” (Pfizer is BioNtech’s Western partner and is primarily responsible for the logistics, delivery, and marketing related to the mRNA shots) stated Wednesday that the company intends on selling a three-dose regimen for the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. Citing “the data coming from the Omicron variant, BioNtech CEO Ugur Sahin stated: “It is very clear our vaccine for the Omicron variant should be a three dose vaccine.”
“What data is the CEO of BioNTech observing to make this claim? That remains unclear. However, these companies are making an absolute killing with these shots and they don’t want the gravy train to stop any time soon.”
How people continue to fall for this I will never understand, but I can agree 100% with the NOQ Report that BioNtech is set to make a “killing.” Not only are their pockets continuing to get lined with money, but people have and will continue to die from their shots. This new three shot booster is terribly immoral as omicron is merely light cold symptoms and is harmless.
The liberal media’s view of baby murder
“For those who keep up on current events, it’s obvious that reproductive rights in the United States are facing the prospect of a dramatic change. The Supreme Court’s dominant conservative majority recently left little doubt that the Roe v. Wade precedent is in jeopardy, and policymakers are already preparing for what happens if/when the justices roll back the clock. But let’s not forget an important detail: Most Americans don’t keep up on current events. With this in mind, consider the findings from the latest Politico/Morning Consult poll:
“The poll of 2,000 registered voters found that many are uninformed or misinformed about the arguments the Supreme Court heard last week on Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban…. The poll found 44 percent of those surveyed said they had heard “not much” or “nothing at all” about the case, while nearly two-thirds either said they didn’t know how likely the court was to overturn Roe or said the court isn’t likely to overturn the precedent.”
“Politico’s report added that a majority of survey respondents said they support abortion rights and oppose the restrictions on reproductive rights many Americans are likely to see in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling. This is consistent not only with other recent polling, but also with public-opinion research over the last few decades. In other words, a majority of Americans have a clear preference: Most of the country wants to see the Supreme Court rule against the Mississippi law in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and would prefer to see the status quo remain intact. But that’s what makes the rest of the results so notable: Roe v. Wade is likely to be overturned in the coming months. Republican policymakers in many states will begin imposing sweeping abortion bans. There is a very real possibility that the reproductive rights policy landscape in the United States will change dramatically.
The response is of course mass panic as the moloch worshipers might have to murder their babies sooner than 20 weeks. I love how the response is that they should get more informed. If people got more informed perhaps they would learn that abortion is murder and our legal system supports the idea to completely ban abortion and so does science!
“Americans don’t need abortion because adoption exists. That, at least, was the implication of comments made by Justice Amy Coney Barrett last week, as the Supreme Court appeared to edge closer than ever to overturning the landmark 1973 decision Roe v. Wade and stripping Americans of the right to an abortion before viability.”
“The idea that adoption is a panacea for unplanned pregnancy and a substitute for abortion is far from new. Anti-abortion activists “have been making this argument for decades,” says Marcela Howell, president of the nonprofit partnership In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda. According to researchers and people who work with parents and adoptees, it’s always been wrong.”
“The argument that adoption can effectively replace abortion assumes that people who choose the former are able to simply sidestep all the challenges associated with parenthood. But people who choose adoption still become parents — they just don’t raise their children.”
Inconvenient truth, people who have abortions also become parents – they just don’t raise their children, because they murdered them.
“In order to choose adoption for a child, someone still has to carry a pregnancy to term and give birth. Both are risky propositions in America, which ranked 10th out of 10 comparable countries in a 2018 study of maternal deaths. Black people are at especially high risk, dying in childbirth at three to four times the rate of white patients. “For Black women, carrying pregnancies to term is very dangerous in this country,” Howell said. Beyond the medical risks, there are social consequences to consider, from fielding unwanted questions to potential abuse from family members or partners who find out about the pregnancy. Homicide is a leading cause of death for pregnant people, with Black women and women and girls under 25 at the highest risk, according to a study published last month by researchers at Tulane University.
The argument against adoption is that it is dangerous for black women to give birth and, I kid you not, it places people at risk to be murdered. What is the solution Vox and liberal media gives to the danger of being murdered? Murder someone else… the child in your womb particularly. I have an idea, let’s condemn murder together. I will condemn the murder of pregnant women with you Vox, how about you condemn baby murder with me?
“In addition to grief and loss for birth parents, adoption has an impact on children as well. “Relinquishment is traumatic for adoptees, even for adoptees who had a good adoption experience,” Bagshaw said. Adoptee clients who come to her often deal with “lifelong issues of feeling abandoned,” as well as “a lifelong search for identity.”
To close on all of the craziness they tell you it is better to abort than adopt because adoption can be difficult on the adoptee. Simple question, how difficult is abortion on the potential adoptee? Is it better to be ripped limb from limb or poisoned compared to having “lifelong issues of feeling abandoned?”