11/18/2020 / By Ethan Huff
Moderna’s announcement about its “successful” Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine trial has sent the alternative media soaring with praise for President Trump. PJ Media, as one example, called the jab “another Trump victory” while Breitbart News reported it as “an affirmation of President Donald Trump’s Operation Warp Speed.” But did either of these two media outlets actually verify Moderna’s safety and efficacy claims? Of course not.
Without even so much as a basic fact check, PJ Media, which is owned by the same company that oversees CBS Radio and iHeartMedia, simply declared that Modern’s coronavirus vaccine “tested 94.5 percent effective.” And Breitbart did much the same, essentially declaring Moderna’s jab to be a potential cure for the never-ending plandemic.
According to PJ Media, Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine has now officially cleared “important hurdles toward production and potential distribution in the coming months.” It further quoted Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel, who announced that the trial would not have been a success without fast-tracked permission from Trump.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH), by the way, owns half of Moderna. And the NIH itself is tied to the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is headed by the infamous mask-worshipping, vaccine-loving Anthony Fauci.
Over at Breitbart, the reporting emphasized that Moderna had received a $1.5 billion contract from the Trump administration to “ramp up manufacturing and deliver 100 million vaccine doses, enough for 50 million people,” in the coming weeks. The federal government, using taxpayer dollars, will also have the option to purchase another 400 million more doses, enough to vaccinate another 200 million Americans.
This same reporting clearly indicates that “more-complete safety data” on Moderna’s vaccine has not yet been released, despite all the glowing reports hailing it as a “win” for Trump – Trump “winning” is apparently the only thing that matters to conservatives anymore.
This writer would contend that a “successful” Moderna jab is certainly not a win for American, especially those that are planning to refuse it. Though Trump insists that getting vaccinated will not be mandatory, you can be sure that it will be a requirement in order to attend concerts or sporting events, fly on airplanes, and even grocery stop.
This is perhaps the biggest deception concerning Trump’s claim that the vaccine will be voluntary. Refusing it will almost certainly prevent a person from accessing goods and services in the same way as everybody else, much like how states, municipalities, and stores require face coverings in order to shop.
In other words, the mark of the beast is rapidly taking shape in the form of Trump’s OWS vaccines, and most conservatives seem to be oblivious to it. And the alt-media is not much help as it fails to connect the dots while refusing to report anything “negative” about Trump.
It is already being reported that the vaccine will come with two doses: the first part probably containing the alleged vaccine, and the second part likely containing the quantum dot tattoo and other DNA-modifying elements that some speculate will alter the human genetic blueprint, turning people into soulless automatons that are permanently disconnected from the Creator.
Army General Gus Perna, who was appointed by Trump to head up OWS, revealed much during a recent 60 Minutes interview about how it all will be unveiled. Take some time to watch it; then ask yourself if what Perna reveals is really something worth “trusting the plan” for.
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