(Natural News) The relative mildness of the Omicron variant has caused some of the recent Covid hype to relax a bit, which means the growing voices of doubt over the safety of the vaccines that so many people received are not being heard – and some of these concerns are coming from unlikely sources.
Of course, some medical experts, certain journalists and concerned citizens have long been sounding alarm bells over these jabs, whether it’s everyday people using logic to question the wisdom of the vaccines or those with formal training explaining exactly why the vaccines could backfire. But increasingly, those who originally came out in favor of the vaccines are starting to change their tune as they lose loved ones under mysterious circumstances.
This was recently the case for UK journalist Ramsha Afridi, whose work has been published in the Telegraph and the Daily Express. Afridi wrote an article in December for RT entitled “Anti-vaxxers have made me lose faith in the political right”. The article discussed how she felt “there are too many conservatives lacking any sense of rationality when it comes to vaccines, as anti-vaxx disinformation continues to have too much influence over some commentators.”
However, she now sees the situation a bit differently. On May 6, she tweeted: “I’m vaccinated, but far too many people I know are complaining about side effects from the vaccine. Also, just an hour ago, my perfectly healthy, 30 year old friend collapsed and died of a heart attack.” She then used some colorful language to ask what is going on.
“Honestly, everyone knows I’ve been pro vaccine and even encouraged people to get vaxxed but at this point, I will stop,” she continued, before suggesting that people perform a cost-benefit analysis when deciding the get the vaccine.
She went on to mention a friend who got tinnitus so bad after the jab that she had to quit her job, while others have reported inconsistent periods and another person she knows had chest pains so bad that she needed to call an ambulance.
She added: “It’s reasonable that there needs to be an inquiry into the side effects.”
“Honest question: before Covid, was it normal to hear of numerous people dying of heart attacks the way we do now?
“And please don’t tell me that young people having heart attacks is “normal”.”
FDA quietly changes guidance on Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to blood clots
It’s not just journalists who are changing their tune, however. Even the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is now quietly admitting that Covid-19 vaccines can cause blood clots and changing its guidance on one popular vaccine.
A recent FDA news release states that the Johnson & Johnson jab now has limited authorized use in people aged 18 and older because of the risk of thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome, or TTS, which is described as “a syndrome of rare and potentially life-threatening blood clots in combination with low levels of blood platelets with onset of symptoms approximately one to two weeks following administration.”
As more people experience firsthand – or know someone who has experienced – vaccine injuries, hesitance is growing when it comes to getting boosters, particularly a second round of boosters. Many people who had no qualms about getting initial doses of the vaccines when they first rolled out are far less eager to get boosters, especially as it becomes increasingly obvious they are not stopping people from getting infected.
Even experts are growing increasingly wary. The director of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Immunization Research, Dr. Anna Durbin, admitted to ABC News earlier this spring: “There are very few, if any, people who, in my opinion require a fourth dose.”
The news outlet conceded that many experts do not believe there is sufficient evidence to justify a fourth dose, even among older people.
Although these may feel like positive developments, it won’t be surprising to see yet another push in the mainstream media and social media to silence or ostracize those who express reservations about boosters or share stories about injuries in order to protect their Big Pharma sponsors’ profits.
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BIDEN: Dr. Jill Will ‘Get Mad’ At Me For Having Irish Heritage, ‘It’s A Problem Sometimes’
President Joe Biden revealed on Tuesday that his wife, Dr. First Lady Jill Biden, has an issue with him being of Irish descent and will “get mad” at him when he mentions his heritage.
He then stated that he was “only joking” and “teasing.”
“You know, you were telling the story, Jill was gonna get mad at me for reminding [unintelligible], I happen to be Irish,” Biden said. “It’s a problem sometimes with Jill, but I’m only joking.”
“No, I’m, I’m teasing,” Biden insisted.
Biden: “I happen to be Irish. It’s a problem sometimes with Jill…” pic.twitter.com/cVSHLlifr0
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 17, 2022
Joe Biden frequently references his Irish heritage in public.
In 2020, when a BBC reporter demanded he answer a question, Biden replied, “The BBC? I’m Irish.”
— Darran Marshall (@DarranMarshall) November 7, 2020
The Irish Post reported in March 2021 that Biden is only five-eighths Irish, not full-blooded Irish.
According to the Irish Post, “By heritage, Joe Biden is roughly five-eighths Irish. All of his mother’s family traces back to Ireland with ancestors named Arthurs, Blewitt, Boyle, Roche, Scanlon and Stanton accompanying her Finnegan name. The last one-eighth comes from his father’s side, which contributed the Hanafee name.”
Following his remarks on Tuesday, Biden did not explain why Dr. Jill would be “mad” at him for being Irish. Nor did he explain why “joking’ or “teasing” about the subject would be humorous.
UK Warns Gay, Bisexual Men of Monkeypox Outbreak ‘Spread in Sexual Networks’
A UK health body has warned gay and bisexual men to be alert for monkeypox, a disease that they say has beeng spreading “in sexual networks” in the country.
Since the start of the month, British authorities have located seven cases of monkeypox, an infectious disease usually found in central and West Africa. The first case was found in an individual who had recently travelled to Nigeria. Two more patients, who live in the same household, were identified a week later, but are thought to be unconnected to the first.
However, a further four individuals who have been infected with monkeypox in the UK are all gay or bisexual men, leading Mateo Prochazka, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the UK Health Security Agency, to declare that it is being “spread in sexual networks.” None of these individuals travelled to a country where monkeypox is endemic.
Dr Susan Hopkins, the chief medical advisor for the UKHSA, described the outbreak as being “rare and unusual,” and that they were “rapdily investigating” the source of the most recent infections.”
“The evidence suggests that there may be transmission of the monkeypox virus in the community, spread by close contact,” Hopkins said.
“We are particularly urging men who are gay and bisexual to be aware of any unusual rashes or lesions and to contact a sexual health service without delay.”
Monkeypox expresses itself as fevers, headaches, muscle aches, and swollen lymph nodes as early symptoms. “A rash can develop, often beginning on the face, then spreading to other parts of the body, including the genitals,” the UKHSA says.
“The rash changes and goes through different stages, and can look like chickenpox or syphilis, before finally forming a scab, which later falls off.”
However, monkeypox itself does not necessarily seem to be spread via sexual contact itself, with Professor Keith Neal of the University of Nottingham instead suggesting that it is instead a result of “the close contact associated with sexual intercourse.”
He added that more work needs to be done to see “whether the virus is found in semen” before labeling it as truly sexually transmitted.
Bill Gates: 50-60 Year Olds Likely Need ‘Ongoing Vaccination’ With COVID Boosters ‘Every 6 Months’
Microsoft co-founder and vaccine enthusiast Bill Gates said that people aged between 50 and 60 will need “ongoing vaccination” with COVID-19 “booster” injections at least “every 6 months” during an appearance on CNN with host Anderson Cooper.
After Cooper asked the liberal billionaire if he was quadruple vaxxed, to which he responded in the affirmative, Gates said “for people over, you know, 50 or 60, uh, they’ll probably have to be boosted every 6 months until we get even better vaccines.”
Cooper asked the quadruple vaxxed billionaire about his recent post-quadruple vaccination COVID-19 infection, and wondered if or when Gates was going to take another dose of the vaccine.
“When do you get boosted again?” Cooper asked Gates. “I mean, now that you’ve had [COVID-19], you know, I’ve had it around the same time. I’ve only gotten three shots total, only been boosted once. I guess we have immunity for a little while, er, but, when do you decide to get boosted again?”
“An infection where you get a high viral load would be like vaccination,” Gates said. “Uh, but you know, to be safe, every 6 months, you’re probably going to be vaccinated. As we get more data, they might even make that shorter for people, say 60 or over 70, where the duration seems to be a bit lower.”
Gates then added that “so we’re in for ongoing vaccination to stay absolutely safe.”
Bill Gates: For people over 50 or 60, they’ll probably have to get boosted every 6 months until we get even better vaccines; so we’re in for ongoing vaccination to stay absolutely safe… pic.twitter.com/zqHXbCPzkK
— Wittgenstein (@backtolife_2022) May 15, 2022
Gates on Twitter announced last week announced that he had been infected with COVID-19 despite being quadruple-vaccinated, Valiant News previously reported.
“I’ve tested positive for COVID. I’m experiencing mild symptoms and am following the experts’ advice by isolating until I’m healthy again,” Gates tweeted Wednesday.
“I’m fortunate to be vaccinated and boosted and have access to testing and great medical care,” Gates wrote on Twitter, disabling replies to his tweet.
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