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Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, and Iceland have suspended use of the Moderna covid vaccine due to risk of a dangerous heart inflamation, myocarditis, and other side effects.  Iceland has suspended its use for all patients.  Sweden, Finland and Norway suspended its use for patients under the age of 30, and Denmark did so for patients under 18.


Yet Biden, and his allies want to force this shot, which other countries have suspended as dangerous, on the American people.

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( October 12th, 2021 @ 6:25 am )
The Federal Death Agency says the benefits outweigh the risk. Really? The long term survival rate of myocarditis is NOT good. So the FDA considers death an acceptable risks?
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( October 11th, 2021 @ 10:02 pm )
And what is more, they want to ignore "natural immunity." Also, it seems they are still continuing to ignore therapeutics such as Ivermectin, which is cheap, effective and does come in doses specifically for human consumption. And yes, hydroxychloroquine; also cheap, effective when used early after onset of infection, and comes in human dosages.
Both are proven effective, non-toxic and already available. Think about this: I believe the ones pushing all this panic stuff are the ones who are getting rich from pushing the vaccines. And if any of them don't have their hand in the till, they're scrambling for political power by keeping (many) of the people scared out of common sense.

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