Republicans joining Democrats in vaccine Great Reset rhetoric; American Academy of Pediatrics funded by Pfizer

(TheCOVIDBlog) Each passing month in 2021 moves the world closer to permanent COVID dystopia and potential war. The Rockefeller Foundation recently pledged $13.5 million to “counter COVID misinformation” across the globe. In other words, more millions are being used to suppress truth. Meanwhile, nameless, faceless deaths after experimental COVID-19 “vaccines” continue piling up around the world.

The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration admitted that a nameless 61-year-old woman developed blood clots and died as a result of the AstraZeneca shot on June 23. Tasmanian officials said a 44-year-old man died of “rare blood clots” after the AstraZeneca injection on July 17. A 48-year-old Victoria woman also died of “rare blood clots” after the AstraZeneca injection that week.

Then of course there’s all the young and relatively-young people mysteriously collapsing and dying while doing routine activities.

Three sudden, “mysterious” deaths

Ms. Kamila Lebel-Farrell was a 19-year-old sociology student at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Ms. Kamila Lebel-Farrell.

She suddenly and mysteriously collapsed and died while exercising on June 9. It’s unclear if she was “vaccinated.” But vaccines are the leading cause of coincidences.

Dr. Eric Runte was a general practitioner and hospital director in Sonora, California.

Dr. Eric Runte.

The 59-year-old was outside working on an irrigation system at his home on July 3. His wife found him unresponsive outside later that day. It’s not crystal clear whether or not he received an experimental injection. But he definitely advocated it for others.

Then there is Mrs. Jenn Gouveia.

Mrs. Jenn Gouveia.

The 38-year-old Toronto wife, mother and LuluLemon store manager went for a routine morning jog at the city’s High Park on Sunday, July 4. She collapsed and died right in the middle of the run. It’s yet another coincidence. Interestingly or otherwise, the U.K. government is now advising people not to exercise for 48 hours after receiving the experimental shots.

Our small blog cannot keep up with all the news. But we’re going to do our best to tell this COVID dystopia story from the side of truth. That said, here are three stories that require everyone’s attention.

Republicans promoting, encouraging vaccines

DesSantis went from darling to dud.

Many U.S. conservatives still love former President Donald Trump despite his raving, glowing reviews of “vaccines” and recommending his fans get the injections. Democrats are the U.S. facilitators of COVID/vaccine dystopia. Republicans are viewed by many as the voice of reason in these surreal times. That is not the case anymore.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is somewhat of a darling to COVID critical thinkers. He’s been mentioned as a potential 2024 Presidential candidate because of his policies against masks and lockdowns in Florida. Not so fast. Though Governor DeSantis speaks truth about government trying to scare people into the injections and force injections against people’s wills, he also makes very clear that “the vaccines protect you, get vaccinated.”

Senator Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, is the most powerful Republican in Washington. He said last week, “these shots need to get into everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible.” He then threatened more lockdowns, masks and COVID dystopia, followed by Fauci lies about COVID-19, if people do not comply.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey said last week that “it’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated” for rising COVID-19 cases. Ivey said the non-vaccinated are “choosing a horrible lifestyle of self-inflicted pain.”

Senator Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, continues being the lone senator trying to hold Fauci accountable for his crimes and disinformation campaigns. Senator Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin, deserves a ton of credit for providing a platform for people injured by these experimental shots. Arizona Governor Doug Ducey outlawed vaccine mandates at all public colleges and universities in the state. But you cannot call yourself a critical thinker if you overlook the fact that Republicans are just as beholden to big pharma as Democrats.

American Academy of Pediatrics tries hiding Pfizer funding

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is the largest and most influential professional association for pediatricians in the world. It is also the largest pediatric publisher in the world, anchored by AAP News and the scientific journal Pediatrics. The AAP concluded that giving prepubescent children hormone-blocker drugs is “associated with favorable mental health outcomes.” Thus their position on experimental mRNA injections for children isn’t surprising. Neither are the reasons for said positions.

The American Academy of Pediatrics updated its so-called guidance on children and schools on July 18. Dr. Sonja O’Leary, Chair of the organization’s Council on School Health Executive Committee, released the following statement:

As we start the 2021-22 school year, a large portion of students are not eligible to be vaccinated and there are COVID variants that are more contagious. Because of this and because we want to have all students in school, the AAP advocates for all students, teachers and staff to wear masks while indoors in school.

Further, the AAP recommends that children ages 12 to 18 get vaccinated despite acknowledging the risk of myocarditis. The only “vaccine” authorized for emergency use in children is Pfizer. “Follow the money” always has and always will be the guide to truth.

The AAP CATCH Program is described as the organization’s “boots on the ground” to spread medical propaganda. A web archive from July 21, 2021 indicates that this entire program is funded by Pfizer. Several Twitter users caught wind of this and shared screenshots and the archived links to that AAP page. Two days later, on July 23, the AAP removed all mentions of Pfizer from that page.

AAP supporters page on July 21.
AAP supporters page on July 23.

The AAP is CDC junior

Pfizer gave the AAP at least $50,000 in the first two quarters of 2020 alone, according to the company’s own documents. But that’s only what the company openly-admits to giving the AAP. Further, the AAP is almost entirely funded by pharmaceutical companies.

The organization lists among its top 10 donors Johnson & Johnson, Merck and (French pharmaceutical giant) Sanofi (archived link here). The Centers for Disease Control is similarly cozy with big pharma. There are simply zero objective, trustworthy, mainstream medical organizations in the United States.

NFL coaches choosing pink slips over experimental mRNA injections

Late July is always an exciting time for football fans. NFL training camps opened this past weekend. The NFL has not yet mandated experimental mRNA injections for players. Instead it’s using fear of forfeiting games and losing revenues/salaries. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell issued the following statement on July 22:

If a game can’t be rescheduled and is canceled due to a COVID outbreak among non-vaccinated players on one of the competing teams, the team with the outbreak will forfeit and will be deemed to have played 16 games for purposes of draft, waiver priority, etc.

Several NFL players, including Arizona Cardinals superstar wide receiver Deandre Hopkins and Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley made loud and clear that they will not be injected. Hopkins even pondered quitting his job that will pay him $44 million through 2024 if experimental mRNA is part of the deal. The fallout for coaches, however, has been very harsh.

The Minnesota Vikings fired offensive line coach Rick Dennison this past weekend for refusing the experimental injections. New England Patriots co-offensive line coach Cole Popovich received his pink slip as well for refusing the injections. Coaches and other “Tier 1” personnel must get vaccinated as a condition of employment. Again, no such mandate exists for players. But non-vaxxed players face rigorous protocols to suit up each Sunday.

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