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Re: Doctored video spreads falsehoods
 
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Re: Doctored video spreads falsehoods


Come on, DB - not yet another inept try to avoid providing real proof for you mainstream "opinions".  You have to do better than that if you want to keep your head above water in this crowd.

What is the actual proof that lives were saved other than merely quoting that ONLY 69,000 died thanks to the vaccinations.

Once again, how many of those who were vaccinated were among the 69,000 deaths?

How many of those who were not vaccinated were among the 69,000 deaths?

What are the demographics of the two respective groups insofar as age, general health and socio-economic backgrounds?

How many of the tens of millions of people who had vaccinations died prematurely or had serious health problems as a result of having their bodies subjected to whatever unnatural brew of chemicals was in the vaccines?

Until you or your misinformation masters provide concrete proof, one could just as easily say that fewer people would have died from flu if there had been no vaccinations and that many health problems from those who survived could have been prevented.

Without such information from reliable sources - and by that I mean non industry or government connected sources , all the contention about how many lives were saved can be viewed as nothing but self serving propaganda.  And that pretty well describes just about every thoroughly debunked pro-vaccination post you have made here.

DQ




 

 
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