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Renzus 5 points ago +6 / -1

The first EO was signed in fall of 2019.

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pkvi [S] 8 points ago +9 / -1

He signed the MODERNIZE VACCINES all of a sudden in September 2019 which was a cue for mRNA vaccines you know.. despite them failing all phases for 10 years prior.

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Insurgent 2 points ago +5 / -3

had he not done that, do you think mrna research would have progressed as normal, and we would all be getting mrna vaccines a few years from now?

In other words, did his forcing release of them make us all aware of the dangers of them?

Would we have known that had he not rushed them out like he did?

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pkvi [S] 4 points ago +6 / -2

mRNA had stalled up until then. Moderna had openly said in the year prior they were on the verge of bankruptcy bcuz they leveraged on vaccines.

Then Kary Mullis dies in August 2019

Then Trump signs vaccines EO in September

Same Trump who said vaccines cause autism in 2012

Then Event 201 in October

Then SARS-2 in Hong Kong (protests) in November

That timeline aside --> are you suggesting he approved mRNA to 4D chess reveal the dangers? Then why still shill them?

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Insurgent 1 point ago +3 / -2

are you suggesting he approved mRNA to 4D chess reveal the dangers?

Yea basically. Do you know much about the existing vaccines that everyone gets already? I dont. I have no idea whats in them. But this covid vaccine, Im pretty familiar with whats in it. Not sure that would be the case if these things were developed "normally". I probably wouldnt even question it honestly.

Then why still shill them?

As q-tarded as this sounds- the only information hes supposed to be able to get about it, being that hes not president anymore, is from MSM sources. So according to MSM, all the vaccines are A+, so hes just repeating what hes "allowed" to know. If that makes sense.

Im sure he knows how bad they are, but he has to "play along" with the official narrative.

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thesarl 4 points ago +4 / -0

I highly recommend the book “Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and The Forgotten History”

It’s a fascinating lesson in history, well worth the money.

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MO-Carpenter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Dude he got 3 doses and still promotes it. It’s only plausible if you’re huffing paint before consulting a magic 8-ball. He’s so concerned about the dangers that he takes roaring boos defending his Pence-led task force that took the task of forcing pharmaceutical products funded by DARPA down our throats.

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FiatLux 1 point ago +2 / -1

Plausible

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MO-Carpenter 3 points ago +3 / -0

He wanted to expose the dangers so bad he got 3 doses of it and still promotes it. Super plausible Sherlock.

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BillyBobBarseau 0 points ago +3 / -3

Take that ludicrous bullshit back to the whackjobs at GA.

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thesarl 5 points ago +6 / -1

At best he fell right into the trap. At worst he was in on it from the beginning.

If nothing else, he should probably get an Emmy or something. IDK but he practiced acting for years with his show and WWE performances.

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pkvi [S] 3 points ago +4 / -1

Still baffling how a guy who was a NYC Democrat until 2008 and who donated to Hillary twice in the early 2000's, would be considered a radical nationalist republican.

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truth1776 3 points ago +3 / -0

what a duplicitous faggot...

trump really fucked everyone eh...

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KrakenWakin4JoeBacon 3 points ago +4 / -1

Point taken about the businesses and I totally agree with you. Hypocritical.

Not sure if it’s fair to say that Trump “gave perpetual power to states” though. States obviously have their own constitution and power, and i do think Trump respected the federalist system and tried to remain hands-off state issues when it would’ve been easier not to do so.

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pkvi [S] 2 points ago +5 / -3

If this were anyone else, Trumpers would call this person a shilling pol