The Push For More Vaccinations: They Lost The Narrative Long Ago – Just Ask The Military Men & Women (Video)

“Just a reminder… A genuine and deadly pandemic does not require 24/7 advertising to remind you that it exists. A real pandemic does not market endless propaganda campaigns. What this really is, it is a psychological operation to manipulate people into taking a vaccination whereas otherwise they never would.” -Post

Just last week, we were told that over 100 million people have already received their vaccinations (Leviticus 17:11, 19:19). Then, by the end of the week, the CDC reported that it somehow dropped that to 66 million people. Then, early the following week, we were told by the same propagandists in the mainstream media that 77 million were now vaccinated.

Just consider the source and that should be enough for you to understand why they are confused (Ephesians 4:14).

Members of the US military voiced their refusal to take the Covid-19 shot in a video circulating on social media.

In a TikTok video produced Monday, several Marines stationed at an Army base are asked by a fellow Marine whether they will take the vaccine.

In conclusion: If Americans would simply look at these people who are pushing this propaganda, it is quite easy to detect a pattern of lies and deceptions, all coming from the same actors (John 8:44).

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media. Article by Bradlee Dean

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