COVID Propaganda Roundup : Public School Bus Driver Smacks (Hard) 10-Year-Old Girl For Not Wearing Mask ‘Properly’

Originally published via The Daily Bell:

Christ the Redeemer Statue Lit Up With ‘Vaccine Saves’ Propaganda

On May 15, the message “VACCINE SAVES” was projected onto the iconic Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro.

It was the work of Brazilian vaccine propaganda group “Unidos Pela Vacina” (“United by the Vaccine”) — funded by national health service Sistema Único de Saúde and in partnership with an opaque coalition of “institutions, entities, companies, and NGOs”.

Arms outstretched, no longer a religious figure in the conventional sense but a political operative on behalf of the Neoliberal Church©, Jesus Christ of Nazareth now ostensibly instructs his followers to submit to big pharma and the state.

Whether the experimental mRNA gene therapies passed off as “vaccines” actually “save,” as the politicized image of Jesus Christ has been made to project, or whether they cause long-term autoimmune disease or worse, remains unclear.

No matter how many cultural landmarks the propagandists digitally graffiti, though, they cannot nullify the central, indisputable fact: no long-term safety studies exist to confirm the safety of experimental gene therapies.

Top New York Times ‘Science Reporter’ Admits Denying Science For Social Approval

In supreme irony, former New York Times “science reporter” Donald McNeil has admitted to denying the now-probable COVID lab leak theory in the early days of the pandemic for purely political reasons.

McNeil explains his reasons for denying the scientific evidence supporting the lab leak theory during his tenure at the New York Times as the outlet’s top “science reporter”:

“The ‘lab-leak theory’was tarred by the fact that everyone backing it seemed to hate not just Democrats and the Chinese Communist Party, but even the Chinese themselves. It spawned racist rumors like ‘Chinese labs sell their dead experimental animals in food markets.’”

Over the course of the last year, the New York Times has insistently parroted the fashionable “respect the science” line — ostensibly as a countermeasure to the politicization of COVID-19.

The “newspaper of record” flogged the “respect the science” dead horse so viciously as to suggest Biden make it his 2020 campaign slogan:

Public figures and journalists who stuck their necks out to raise the very serious probability that the SARS-CoV-2 virus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology were smeared as anti-Asian racists. The corporate press mocked proponents of the lab leak as “conspiracy theorists“:

“Nearly 30 percent of Americans believe the conspiracy theory that Covid-19 was created by humans in a laboratory.”

As we now know, that “conspiracy theory” is very likely to pan out, once the preponderance of evidence is weighed, to have been entirely accurate from the outset.

Apparently without a modicum of shame, McNeil admits in his own article — which he presumably has editorial control over — that he denied a viable scientific theory based not on its merits, but on his personal distaste for the MAGA rabble who espoused it and on his slavish, morally depraved desire for social approval from his colleagues in the corporate press.

‘Vaccine’ Skepticism Breaks Into Mainstream, Texas State Senator Acknowledges That ‘American People Are Now the Guinea Pigs’

Representatives in government have balked, due to moral cowardice or social pressure or corrupt financial entanglements with big pharma or other reasons, at breaching the “vaccine” issue in public discourse.

For months, Rand Paul was the lone voice in government challenging the public health narrative on COVID-19 in the halls of power, but even so he was mostly limited to playing footsie with Anthony Fauci over mask mandates in Congressional hearings while leaving the “vaccine” question untouched.

Now, though, real veritas has begun to crack the façade as national-level and state-level lawmakers — who have subpoena and investigatory power at their fingertips — begin to break through the rhetorical brick wall.

Speaking on the lack of long-term safety studies prior to the “emergency use authorization” granted by the FDA, Texas State Sen. Bob Hall noted in a May 6th Senate hearing:

“Folks, I think that’s important to understand here. That what we’re talking about is, the American people are now the guinea pigs. This is the test program that’s going on.”

More representatives need to find the courage to speak up as State Sen. Bob Hall has. Beyond rhetorical posturing, though, they must use their delegated authority to launch true, independent investigations into the development and rollout of the experimental mRNA shots marketed to the American people as “vaccines.”

Biden to American People: ‘Get Vaccinated or Wear a Mask Until You Do’

On May 13th, Joe Biden’s handlers issued an ultimatum to the people he theoretically represents via Twitter:

Here is the true set of multiple-choice options for a free people:

A.) “Get the experimental mRNA shot that has been passed off as a ‘vaccine’”

B.) “Wear a mask forever”

C.) “Get the experimental mRNA shot that has been passed off as a ‘vaccine’ and wear a mask forever”

D.) “None of the above, fuck you.”

Public School Bus Driver Smacks (Hard) 10-Year-Old Girl For Not Wearing Mask ‘Properly’

Public school employee Bertram Jaquez didn’t smack a 10-year-old girl for not wearing her mask — mind you — despite children’s infinitesimally low hospitalization rate and low transmission rate.

The girl was wearing the appropriate ISIS-style face covering. The public school employee physically assaulted the 10-year-old girl because she wasn’t wearing it right.

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