Inventor of mRNA Vaccine Floats Inconvenient Question About Possible ‘Safety Issues’ with Genetic Jab

The following article, Inventor of mRNA Vaccine Floats Inconvenient Question About Possible ‘Safety Issues’ with Genetic Jab, was first published on Flag And Cross.

Trust the science: The phrase has echoed across the world throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a supposed safeguard against questioning what mainstream “science” feeds us — or even injects into us. But as controversial as it seems, basement-dwelling, tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorists aren’t the only ones acknowledging that something could go wrong with mRNA vaccines — […]

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Law Firm Allegedly Fired Employees Over Pro-Trump, Pro-Police Social Media Posts

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The president of the Kain & Scott law firm in St. Cloud, Minnesota, allegedly terminated employees he deemed “racist.” Their offense? Posting on social media in support of law enforcement and former President Donald Trump. According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Wesley Scott, enraged by the Jan. 6 Capitol incursion, “sent an e-mail in April […]

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Sen. Ron Johnson Banned on YouTube for COVID Treatment Comments

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Big Tech’s draconian censorship of any information violating the COVID-19 orthodoxy strikes again after YouTube banned Sen. Ron Johnson from uploading videos to its platform for seven days. The development, reported by Fox News on June 11,  comes after Johnson made “controversial” remarks advocating for research into early treatments for COVID-19, treatments that would include […]

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Lawyer Blames Dead Victim After Football Player Admits He Traveled to His House, Punched Him and Stomped Him Until He Was ‘Gurgling’

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Virginia Tech football player Ismemen Etute agreed to meet up with a Tinder match named “Angie” for a sexual encounter earlier this spring. Now Etute, an 18-year-old freshman, faces a charge of second-degree murder. To make matters worse, Etute’s attorney, Jimmy Turk, remains determined to blame the victim. According to The Roanoke Times, Etute matched […]

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Flashback: Fauci Tries to Stop People from Shaking Hands for Good

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National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci has become a familiar talking head for every American since we became aware of the COVID-19 pandemic last March. Though this talking head’s verbiage has been readily accepted by some, criticism from others against it has been relentless — and for good reason. We […]

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Innocent-Looking Nun Admits She Stole Over $800,000 from School to Fund Gambling Habit, Credit Card Charges

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One Los Angeles nun proves that even members of the church can succumb to the vices of gambling and thievery. After stealing more than $800,000 to pay for her gambling habit, Mary Margaret Kreuper agreed to plead guilty to one count of wire fraud and one count of money laundering on Tuesday, according to The […]

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