The Auto Immune diseases take about four months to begin kicking in. Save that cash influencers. You are going to need it to pay your doctor bills.
"It is essential to #educate the #media on the importance of providing context when reporting on anti-vaccine #sentiment, to make sure that people do not form an erroneous impression that this is the dominant viewpoint." [p 5]— Cory Morningstar (@elleprovocateur) December 6, 2020
This screenshot is from the #UN Verified guide. pic.twitter.com/NL30W2PVKA
No. I will NOT be getting the shot.
I watched this so now you have to. pic.twitter.com/JO8UP11GbU— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) April 30, 2021
"It is therefore important to focus on building trust in #COVID19 vaccines before people form an opinion against them. This should involve using trusted messengers…"— Cory Morningstar (@elleprovocateur) December 6, 2020
"Adverse #events are often #inevitable when large numbers of people get vaccinated in a short period of time.." pic.twitter.com/LRKeRLBqne
The nerve of thinking people:— Cory Morningstar (@elleprovocateur) December 6, 2020
"Some people may try to compare the #risk of getting infected with that of taking a new vaccine, and determine that between the two, the #risk of #COVID19 is #lower."
[p 6] [Good rule: Think for yourself, act for others.] pic.twitter.com/DwJEiWlzOr
"Strategies to #harness social influences"— Cory Morningstar (@elleprovocateur) December 6, 2020
"Making vaccine uptake “visible” to others… enabling ways for people to #signal that they have received the vaccine, either on #socialmedia, in news #media or in person, can contribute to making the #socialnorm more salient." [p 5] pic.twitter.com/eUKqBnrp6k
500% increase in COVID diagnoses on vaccination. https://t.co/Ir3ub2y3FQ— Dr Clare Craig (not one of her impersonators) (@ClareCraigPath) May 1, 2021
So Joe Rogan has taught us that you can't express an opinion about COVID-19 vaccines unless you're a doctor or medical expert, unless your opinion is that they're awesome and everyone should get them, in which case you don't need any knowledge whatsoever to express your view.— Jeremy R. Hammond (@jeremyrhammond) May 1, 2021
I've read about five of these. Is this the one where they're bribing barbers in black neighborhoods to run narrative management for vax manufacturers?— Slow News Day (@SlowNewsDayShow) May 1, 2021
Product of CNN 👇🏼 pic.twitter.com/c0aB3SJ7AC— Art TakingBack 🇺🇸 (@ArtValley818_) May 2, 2021