COVID Beware: We’ve Got Babies and We’re Not Afraid to Use Them!

I reported a few days ago on the pro-vax propaganda being pushed by the Virginia Department of Health. Below is the latest example, scanned from a half-page ad in a local paper:

The message in this one isn’t even subliminal: If you want to hold your grandchild, you have to get the vax. Never mind the fact that an infant has a less than 0.01% chance of catching COVID, and even less chance of becoming seriously ill from it if he does catch it — you gotta do it! Because, like, we all want to stay SAFE!

Looking at this photo, I thought about the models used for it. Did the ersatz grandma get the jab before she held the baby from Central Casting? If so, was she shedding spike proteins all over poor little Cuthbert’s face?

Och, the puir wee bairns!

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I went to the retinal specialist’s office today to get a periodic injection in my left eye to treat macular degeneration. It has slowed me down somewhat, but all in all, I’m doing surprisingly well. They didn’t dilate my pupils today (with these modern scanners they don’t have to), so my right eye is functioning normally. And, amazingly, I don’t have the Dancing Bubble in my left eye this time, which I almost always get. When I do, it makes me miserable for hours afterwards, but not tonight.

So life is good.

As a result, I should be able to crank out one or two more posts before the news feed. Stay tuned.

2 thoughts on “COVID Beware: We’ve Got Babies and We’re Not Afraid to Use Them!

  1. I just read the local newspaper. In it they call about needed refreshment inocculations. The next should be in 6 months.

    I see it coming that we will be forced into refreshment inoculations every 6 months from now on.

    Remember, Tetanuus needs a refreshment only after 10 years.

    So, lets assume for five minutes that the COVID 19 is a bad as they tell us.
    And the miracle mRNA / Vector vaccine is so bad that you ask yourself about the competence of the doctors who made them. Did they get their degree at xx-university (you know the university where you do not need to study, just pay USD 200 and you get your diploma)

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