My HS councilor

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  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 12:04am

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    Koan

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Sad news here in Texas..

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/education/2021/09/15/vaccinated-texas-school-counselor-who-had-done-everything-right-dies-after-contracting-covid-19/

It seems that we continually hear how breakthrough cases are so rare and yet I’m seeing them quite often. My partner’s sister had a breakthrough case just 3 months after her second shot..

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“her sister, wrote that Wise got sick not long after her third shot, and that her health deteriorated rapidly after a few days of flulike symptoms. A doctor confirmed to the family that she had COVID-19 before getting her third vaccine, Arndt wrote.

Breakthrough cases like this are rare. As of Friday, 7,781 breakthrough COVID-19 infections in fully vaccinated people had been confirmed in Dallas County. About 3% of those cases (241) resulted in hospitalizations, with 47 fully vaccinated people dying due to COVID-19.”

 

 

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 01:39am

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This is sad.

Wrt the public announcement: I wonder, she died after her third shot and they claim it’s from Covid-19? Hmmm…

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 02:02am

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    nordicjack

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Unfortunately, the fact is there is no such thing as a breakthrough case.  The vaccines do not protect.  We have no evidence that they do.. Remember they did not challenge the victims, i mean trial participants.   So, there is zero evidence that it protects.    We do have anecdotal evidence that it protects , but likewise we have the same evidence it that wanes with time. and does still allow infection.   Its not breakthrough, the durability is just very short lived and even with that we know you still get infected, and transmit , but just dont get severe ( this is their own words now )   So , no such thing as breakthrough , by their own admission.  This means you may get some level of protection for severe illness for a short period of time but does not keep you from getting the virus or sick ( CDC updated its definition of vaccination to fit this )  They continue to selectively fake the numbers by subjectively defining criteria to favor efficacy of the vaccine.  when none or very little exists.

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 02:11am

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I was recently watching a town hall that consisted of nurses. I think I remember one of them saying that it is contraindicated for someone to be vaccinated if they have an active case of covid but this info is buried in the patient disclosure packet and that no one has time to read it all or have it explained to them when they show up for their vaccine.

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 02:35am

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It has always been contraindicated to receive a vaccination for any vaccine during any infection.  But they do it at the hospital regardless. and it is hazardous.

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 03:11am

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What proof was there that there was an existing pre-infection apart from the doctor’s “word”?

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 09:53am

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    197 Vaccinated San Antonio ISD Employees Got COVID In August

https://www.tpr.org/education/2021-09-14/197-vaccinated-san-antonio-isd-employees-got-covid-in-august

  • Thu, Sep 16, 2021 - 10:27am

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That is why I was really concerned with the vaxx,  You do not even have durability, 6 weeks trial does not show this – without challenge of virus even.

Vaccine not effective. cannot be used by FDA guidelines – must be 50% effective. ( 4 EUA) It is not 50%.  maybe for 5 mos – but since we do not have an on going dosage that tells you and it is tested for and a dosage every 5 mos, like other meds that have dosing , to be effective, it is not effective and not allowed.   We have no trials for such dosing, then even if we do a 3rd dose trial, then we need 4th and so on.  Who is doing this trial?  it just isnt happening and can ever been done and stay ahead of this mess.

We were told we would need this once a year like a flu shot.  we are not at once a year we are not even at 2 times a year.  You cannot vaccinate your way out of this – we not just criminal here doing this – we are stupider than a brick.   AND i keep hearing that they get these break through infections but dont get very sick..  Ok, then its effective and we dont need anymore dosing.  But you know what, it is a lie, we need more dosing.  The bottom line is you cant have your cake and eat it. But the cake is the vax.  and Big pharma and the kings are eating it up..   We are morons for taking this crap and playing this game.   They have effectively MAREK’d the unvaxxed.

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