Amazon Wants Readers To Know That My Fictional Story Plandemic Contains Dangerous Information About COVID-19 Vaccines

Notice the Exclamation!

One of the readers at NoFakeNews sent me this earlier today. Evidently, when you search for my novels on Amazon, the list contains an exclamation mark alongside my fictional novel, Plandemic.

Once you access the Plandemic title, this is the message and asterisk you are shown:

The asterisk/warning posted by Amazon on a publication clearly labeled and marketed as fiction is mind-bending, to say the least.

The message encourages readers to visit the CDC website because the product they are about to purchase and download, in Amazon’s opinion, contains misleading information about the nonexistent virus and the bioweapons disguised as vaccines.

Perhaps Amazon is concerned that my story outlined the entire pandemic script in the summer of 2020, long before the vaccines were created, according to officialdom.

After Plandemic was released in 2020, people contacted me and explained that they experienced problems downloading the book from Amazon. Other readers, there were hundreds of them, left reviews that never got published.

I do not doubt that my story was censored broadly. When I made the book a pdf available directly from this website, over 20,000 copies were downloaded in three months!

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4 thoughts on “Amazon Wants Readers To Know That My Fictional Story Plandemic Contains Dangerous Information About COVID-19 Vaccines

  1. lhakes12 October 8, 2022 / 11:13 pm

    You should be honored, John.
    It’s like receiving a medal for a job well done! 😂

    Lisa

    • Dr. John Reizer October 8, 2022 / 11:18 pm

      I am honored, Lisa! I know that I made somebody up the chain of command uncomfortable and that in itself is a great feeling.

      Of course, I already knew this to be the case after what happened to me last year when I was attacked by cowards hiding in dark places.

      John

  2. Kenneth T. October 9, 2022 / 1:34 pm

    John, I don’t get the exclamation (!) when I search, I do however get the asterisk “warning”. ***and to me, it just means that you’re on the right track.

    However, I have noticed I get more of a book selection if I add the “dr” to the search query than if it’s omitted.
    It’s not strange to me that adding (or subtracting) something as simple as two letters will open up a whole other world. 😀

    ~Kenneth

    • Dr. John Reizer October 9, 2022 / 2:10 pm

      Thanks for sharing, Kenneth! Sometimes the exclamation mark appears in the list and sometimes it does not. Sometimes it pops up about thirty seconds after opening the page. When you click on the book to go to its page, the CDC advisory comment is always present. Crazy stuff! 🤣

      John

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