This is how bad the censorship is on social media

This is the way people have to spell out the word myocarditis to not get censored on social media. This is where we are in 2022, smack in the middle of a global vaccine genocide.

Can you believe that there are still millions of morons out there who believe anti-vaxxers have created a worldwide conspiracy theory that alleges the covid vaccines are killing people?

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2 thoughts on “This is how bad the censorship is on social media

  1. lhakes12 October 21, 2022 / 3:32 am

    Could it be, John, that the correct spelling of myocarditis implies a heart condition? And it is odd to think of so many children with heart conditions. They don’t want people to make the connection between myocarditis (heart conditions) and the vaccines.

    And very sadly, it is only going to get worse!


    Lifesite News

    “An advisory panel of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Thursday officially voted to include the experimental mRNA COVID-19 shots in its 2023 childhood immunization schedule. While the decision does not automatically mandate the jabs, many U.S. states use the immunization schedule to implement mandatory vaccinations for school children.
    The 15-member panel of the CDC’S Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices made the decision to add Moderna, Pfizer, and NovaVax COVID shots to be recommended immunization schedules for children and adults ages 6 months old and up in an unanimous decision October 20.”

    • Dr. John Reizer October 20, 2022 / 11:53 pm

      Writing all about that news right now, Lisa. I should have it published after midnight.


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