Don’t Be a Dope: Free Bag of Weed for Taking COVID Shot


From 21st Century Wire

After selling the public on the idea that vaccine will somehow liberate the people from the authoritarian COVID-19 lockdowns imposed by the state, government and public health officials are now desperately trying to ‘process’ as many people as possible through their new vaccine conveyor belt system. But many young people are also aware that they are a statistically near zero risk of ever falling ill from coronavirus – an inconvenient fact which government and its media partners are actively trying to obscure now.

Apparently, the new experimental mRNA genetic ‘vaccine’ cocktail is so unpopular, that health workers have resorted to bribing the youth with recreational drugs in order to get them to take it.

However, alarming news about the safety of the experimental product is now coming out, including new reports from Norway where investigators are now looking into the deaths of at least 23 elderly recipients of the Pfizer-BioNTech mRNA vaccine – where adverse reactions including fever, nausea and diarrhoea, appear to have followed the administration of the much-celebrated jab.

Despite very real safety concerns over the controversial pharmaceutical product, ‘woke’ local growers in the Washington DC area have already pledged three pounds of cannabis to support this social engineering scheme, DCist reported.

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(Editor’s Note: This article was first published in 21st Century Wire)


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