Should the U.S. immediately stop vaccinating people for COVID-19? All we’re gonna say is that the facts speak for themselves. Reports have recently come in that, mere minutes after getting the first dose of Moderna’s vaccine, Miami senior Clarence Hughes was hit by a car.
Coincidence? We think not!
Sure, it’s possible that the two events were unrelated. But look at the evidence! Mr. Hughes could practically still feel the needle’s sting in his arm as he was hit by a speeding Toyota Camry.
Hear us out: sure, the vaccine might protect against the virus. But it’s almost a total certainty that it contains dangerous chemicals that clouded Mr. Hughes brain and vision, making him oblivious to the fact that he was stepping into speeding traffic.
While Hughes is currently in intensive care, there are some people who have instantly died after taking the COVID vaccine. Take, for example, Margaret Dunham from Pittsburgh, whose house “coincidentally” erupted into flames hardly a day after receiving Pfizer’s shot. Or even 109-year-old Gareth May from Dallas, who somehow died “peacefully” in his sleep just a few weeks later!
Let’s take a look at Ms. Dunham’s case. Margaret Dunham had been living in a house without a fire extinguisher for the past 33 years. If she hadn’t gotten vaccinated just an hour ago, don’t you think she would’ve had the sense to go to the store and buy a fire extinguisher on the morning of the fire?
These incidents provide proof, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that we need to immediately stop vaccinating the citizens of our great nation. Look at the facts!