Is it really an "offtopic race-grift" if it's a fact?
its also a fact that so far only YOUNG BLACK MINORITY WOMEN
, (e.o.w. candace owens) have tried to influence trump on becoming an antivaxxer.
the race, gender
really, really, really matter in this context ^right?
You can go to her twitter page
and from her tweets infer that she's a white conservative. Seriously, she re-tweeted about a " BOMBSHELL: New FOIA Documents Reveal the COVID Pandemic Was a DoD Operation Dating Back to Obama," which is hilarious. Yes, COVID was a DoD operation dating back to Obama. /s
No one, and I repeat, no one
other than antivaxx white conservatives have posted unironically about how the COVID vaccine made them shake uncontrollably the same way as depicted in those tweets.
yes and no-one but YOUNG BLACK MINORITY WOMEN
, (e.o.w. candace owens) have tried to influence a former US president and upcomming candidate of commander in chief of your country on becoming an antivaxxer
Tthe race, gender
really, really, really matter in this context ^ right?
I'm not saying the vaccines are infallible or have no side effects. We have well-documented evidence of blood clots from the J&J vaccine. But the extreme "shaking" shown by Angelia and people like her is bullshit. Let's just say, white conservative antivaxxers are a notoriously unreliablle demographic. You should take their tweets and "evidence" with a huge grain of salt.
oh i will and i do, but you still haven't clarified what being white
has to do with anything and/or why you place such a continuous emphasis on that when there are plenty of examples of *insert skin* here, being vocal, fraudulent, maniuplative or just plain cringe regarding vaccin's pro or against.
Like, come on. I want you to see this "evidence" and then tell me with a straight face that it's not complete bs:
I don't know if you've ever visited a hospital m8 but i've worked in one for 4 years and no, that^ isn't complete BS in and of itself. (it might be, but she's a damn good actor at that then). Following vaccination, NMAEs are common. headache and myalgia comprised the majority of that, but muscle pain/spasms are also not an uncommon, especially when combined with fever.
And that’s not even going into things like rare allergic anaphylactic shocks or benign fasciculation syndrome as a side effect of anxiety post-shot or people who already have the first onsets of Parkinson. (I'm noticing a medicine/ drip bag at her hips)
In principle I would agree, but a lot of the big pharma skeptics are being fleeced by people like Angelia.
Yeah i'm not so sure she's fleecing. she might be, but she obviously wasn't a vaccin sceptic before otherwise she would have never gotten that Pfizer jab now would she?
There's a very easy way to call her out on that specifically though...Ask her to show her vaccin proof (she should be able to get that from the hospital archives)