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Mountain Times – Volume 51, Number 39 – Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, 2023

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One comment on “Mountain Times – Volume 51, Number 39 – Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, 2023

  1. Response to Covid Conspiracies.

    Facts to consider: We were told unequivocally that the vaccines work and they would protect us from Covid. That was absolutely false. They ( the media and the authorities) either lied or didn’t know what they were talking about. Many people were required to be vaccinated or else lose their jobs. Covid is still around and it likely always will be. Many people were scared of Covid because of what people who either lied or didn’t know what they were talking about said publicly. This is also a fact. None of this is a theory nor a conspiracy. Covid vaccines are experimental and there is no long term data on the effects of having a vaccine in your system. There are plenty of adverse affects of the vaccines that are well documented in the VAERS.gov which include death and disability. Again, fact.

    This Covid conspiracy opinion piece seems to want to discredit the people who were concerned about the vaccines from the beginning. Facts are tough to argue with.
    You know what you call a conspiracy theory that turns out to be true?
    A conspiracy.

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