Government And Business Actions Against The Unvaccinated

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  1. Don Alaska

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    It happens all the time. They just combine a number of vaccines into a single shot. Pediatricians tend to get angry if you ask them to spread them out over a longer period of time. Personally, I believe that is a contributing cause to the rise in autism and ADHD. Researchers try to pin it to a single vaccine, but I believe it is the NUMBER of vaccines received, not necessarily a single one, although some parents believe it is the MMR (3 vaccines). Every parent I know who has an autistic child relates it to a vaccine occurrence. I know one child who developed cerebral palsy after a vaccination. She was absolutely normal prior to that.
     
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    ApparentlyHarris has caught some of the Bidenism as well. People were laughing at her attempt to explain what was happening with the economy.
     
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    I caught a couple of articles on that, but could not bring myself to play any audio. What's would the point be?
     
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    @Don Alaska - oh i agree it happens - all of what you said. Trying to give multiple vaccines must be a Now days thing. Once given the pneumonia shot and flu together, I did get sick enough that i swore never again.
    Shot givers try to get me to- no thank you. If one of them is going to -do me in- family might need that info.
    When we got the booster this year, the pharmacy person jabbed me to far up. Arm really hurt, I developed tendonitis. I looked it up, to see if you can the shot we re possible cause.Getting the shot to far up the arm can cause that and there even been a few lawsuits . Cannot remember name of site. There a gain, depends on who you want to believe;).
     
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    The infuriating thing is that the doctors are in their offices all day long/all week long/all year long, whereas the patient is willing to make multiple special trips to space these things out, yet the doctors act as though they are being inconvenienced. Maybe it's a case of follow-the-money, and they only paid for one Vax Visit.
     
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    Vaccinations in pharmacies and any roadside stand is what has led to some of the bad reactions from the vaccine by some accounts. Even nurses are not now trained as they once were to give IM injections.
     
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    I'm old enough to remember when my families doctor, I'll never forget Dr. Vandermark, came to our home to check on me. I can't remember for sure which time, but one time was after I had my appendectomy. Come to think of it, I wonder what caused me to have appendicitis?? Maybe I'll google it.
     
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    I can remember those vaccinations for school, big glass syringes with needles as big as a sewer pipe. Today I would love to see some of those Brave-Hearts fighting to get into line for a JAB and see one of those old Frankenstein setups. Actually we had a couple men faint when we got 7 shots in one morning, and that was standing shirtless out in the cold December air at a makeshift shot get together by the medics at Fort Polk. Some people are really afraid of the needle, but of course most of ours were high pressure guns that hurt like the devil in cold weather.
     
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    Even in the military in the Vietnam era, I don't think we got (as adults with mature immune systems) as many vaccines as infants get today. Also, that "air gun" that was used by the military for years has now been shown to have spread Hepatitis C. That is why you sometimes see the ads that say Baby Boomers should all get tested for Hep C, some from possible drug use and some from military service.
     
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    I probably woke up the neighbors laughing out loud at your "needle" description! I had to go to a foot doctor, ONCE was enough, dang high-heels trying to look Hollywood when I was young, I got ingrown toenails on both big toes, LOL!! Damn, I can tell you they never grew back after that visit, and I never wore the "cruel" shoes again either!!
     
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    I believe that blood test that we usually get does not detect Hep C which has a special test. Today the meds to fight Hep C is unGodly High Dollar, If I remember right my Sister in law told me each pill she received cost 5000 dollars to rid her of Hep C.
     
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    I don't know what test you are referring to. The test for Hep C does indeed detect antibodies for Hep C. To detect the virus itself, you would have to do a viral load, which involves that PCR test. Hepatitis C is the only disease-causing hepatitis for which there is a definitive cure. The others either cause no disease, or resolve themselves or fall into a carrier state in which you carry the virus and can transmit it but it does not produce symptoms. I fear that is the case with many of the vaccinated with the Covid virus.
    Anyway, yes the cure for Hep C is expensive, but any drug that is patented will be priced to whatever the market will bear.
     
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