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From jab mandates and relentless commercials, pressure to get the needle is intense. But one Big Pharma insider-turned-whistleblower is sounding the alarm, not only on the ineffectiveness of one manufacturer's line, but on the ongoing deception. Church Militant's William Mahoney looks into the information and the disinformation.
Commercial: "The vaccines are safe and effective. They're going to save lives."
Cutting through the seemingly endless propaganda, this former Pfizer employee is telling a different story about the jab.
Karen Kingston, the former employee, stood next to attorney Thomas Renz on Saturday as part of the "ReAwaken America Tour." Renz broke down the documentation Kingston provided.
It says if you got the Pfizer vax, you're more likely to get COVID. ... If you really want to know what you're getting, you're going to have to ask your doctor to go online and look it up and go through some big process. So, FYI guys, "Hurry! Go get the jab. Don't worry what's in it." They don't even know.
In a recent three-part exposé, Project Veritas is confirming much of what Kingston has revealed.
Project Veritas journalist: "So would you say we don't know the repercussions of it?"
Brandon Schadt, Johnson & Johnson business lead: "I mean how could you — right? There's nobody who's 30 years in, who said, 'Hey, I had the vaccine and I don't have a third eyeball.'"
Schadt went on to explain pushing the jab on children is just plain wrong.
Schadt: "It's a kid, you just don't do that, you know — not something that's so unknown in terms of repercussions down the road, you know."
But despite all this inside information, the propaganda machine at work persists unabated.
Commercial: "We do know that it does not cause any fertility issues, and the vaccine is safe for mom and baby."
With so many whistleblowers, exposés and contradictory expert analyses, the question becomes "why are Big Brother, Big Pharma, Big Tech, big business and Marxist media working so hard to push the jab?"
With Pope Francis also pushing the so-called vaccine as an "act of love," one can add Big Church to that list.