We know the answer and eventually the world will wake up, but not until more people die.
“Doesn’t really matter whether it’s vaccination or anything else in life. You should have the freedom to choose, to decide what you want to do. In this particular case, what you want to put in your body,” he added.
As we previously highlighted, despite the relentless pressure to get jabbed, a large proportion of top level footballers have refused to do so, prompting the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to reverse a policy that would have banned unvaccinated players.
Earlier this month, German newspaper Berliner Zeitung published a report seeking to answer why an “unusually large number of professional and amateur soccer players have collapsed recently.”
(Natural News) Bob Sisson, popularly known as Bob The Plumber, and his guest Marien Barrientos talked about the increasing number of celebrities either getting hospitalized or dying because of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines during the Nov. 11 episode of the former’s Brighteon.TV program “CLO2TV.”
Barrientos is running a Telegram channel with thousands of followers. According to her, she regularly gets contacted through the channel by people who recently got vaccinated to talk about how they regret taking the experimental and dangerous COVID-19 vaccines because they are starting to experience painful side effects.
“There’s so many people that call me all the time, they are reporting to me what’s happening to them or their families with either COVID or other pathologies,” said Barrientos. “And right now, as of now, half of the calls I’m getting are from people who are having bad side effects after getting the shot, the vaccine.”
Barrientos also receives reports about athletes or celebrities who suddenly die or fall ill after getting vaccinated. (Related: Bob The Plumber and Marien talk about vaccinated soccer star Sergio “Kun” Aguero collapsing mid-game – Brighteon.TV.)
Barrientos noted that many soccer players have suddenly experienced heart issues like myocarditis after getting vaccinated.
“More than 80 famous or first league soccer players have dropped dead on the field,” said Barrientos. “And this is after getting the vaccine. That’s what all these guys have in common, other than playing soccer and being sports people for lots of years without having any kind of heart issues.”
Pfizer and BioNTech said their FDA request is based on results of a study, conducted by the two companies, which has not been published or peer-reviewed.By Megan Redshaw
Pfizer and BioNTech on Tuesday asked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to authorize a third dose of their COVID vaccine for all people 18 and older, even though advisory panels to the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in September overwhelmingly rejected a similar request.
The companies said the study of more than 10,000 volunteers showed vaccine efficacy against symptomatic infection of 95% or greater for people receiving the booster.
According to the Associated Press, a median of 11 months after receiving their last Pfizer vaccine dose, trial participants were given either a third booster dose or a placebo shot. Researchers tracked any infections that occurred at least a week later.
So far, five cases of symptomatic COVID occurred among booster recipients compared to 109 cases in the placebo group.
Pfizer did not disclose how many participants experienced asymptomatic infection, or whether the clinical trial included individuals with natural immunity acquired from previous SARS-CoV-2 infection — as did Pfizer’s clinical trial for 5 to 11 years olds.
Many of the participants were LAPD, Los Angeles firefighters and first responders.
Retired Los Angeles Police Department detective Moses Castillo told KTLA the protesters weren’t anti-vaccine, but were against forced government inoculations.
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Los Angeles’ Grand Park on Monday morning to protest against COVID-19 vaccination mandates enacted by the city and other government entities.
The demonstration, dubbed the March for Freedom rally, was being held on the same day that the city’s proof of full COVID-19 vaccination mandate, one of the strictest in the U.S., went into effect.
Many of the protesters carried American flags and signs decrying vaccination requirements. Few were wearing masks amid the large crowd.
Dozens of people among the crowd were wearing clothes designating their employment with the Los Angeles city and county fire departments, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority and other government agencies.