Could this turn out to be the final straw—the one that breaks the camel’s back, driving the great mass of heretofore-complacent Americans to get off their duffs at long last and embrace an open, vigorous revolt against their avowed enemies in the federal government of the (former) United States?
For nearly two years, we’ve been told the Covid-19 “vaccines” offer varying degrees of protection while offering varying varying degrees of risks. The trajectory of these two attributes of the jabs have been heading in opposite directions every since their launch. At first, we were told the injections received emergency use authorization because they were 100% effective and offered zero risk. Over time, that effectiveness number has steadily dropped while the risk factor has risen, though the degree to which these numbers have fallen and risen has been shrouded by lies, gaslighting, and a persistent narrative.
The powers-that-be have continuously changed their own narrative, but one thing has remained consistent throughout. They continue to push for every man, woman, and child to be injected as many times as possible.
On today’s episode of The JD Rucker Show, I discussed several stories and played a few videos that highlight while today is a “tipping point” for vaccine tyranny. The perceived mandate by the CDC to force vaccinations on school-age children contradicts every piece of data we have available. Children face infinitesimal risks to Covid and far greater risks from the jabs themselves. On top of that, the jabs appear to have negative efficacy that gets worse with each subsequent shot, draining away immune systems and replacing what God gave us with the abominations of manufactured spike proteins and other chemical toxins.
If we can’t stop this, we can’t stop them at all. By no means does that mean we stop fighting. It simply means our fight is to save a remnant and to prevent tyranny from spreading more quickly.
Dude, we reached that stage long, long ago. Happily, though, there’s at least one state whose governor refuses to bend the knee to Leviathan’s evil, grasping minions.
Guess which one. Go on, guess. I dares ya.
The CDC is adding the Covid-19 shots to the Childhood Immunization Schedule. This will compel some states to mandate the jabs for school-aged children. It will also prompt other states who are not locked into CDC guidelines to opt into them anyway.
But not Florida. Not on Ron DeSantis’s watch.“There’s been a lot of questions to our office about the CDC potentially adding Covid vaccine to the Childhood Immunization Schedule, and I know a lot of parents are concerned about that because if that’s on the immunization schedule the fear is that schools could potentially mandate your child to get a Covid shot even if that’s not something you want to do,” he said.
“As long as I’m around and as long as I’m kicking and screaming, there will be no Covid shot mandates for your kids,” DeSantis continued. “That is your decision to make as a parent. These are new shots.”
Then, he explained why this is the logical stance.
“By and large, most parents in Florida have opted against doing these booster shots, particularly for the young kids. The Surgeon General of Florida does not recommend this for young kids, for kids under 18, and basically his reason for that is there’s not really been a proven benefit for that.”
He added that he could get into the potential side effects but you don’t really need to do that because there hasn’t been a proven benefit.
DeSantis’s plainspoken declaration that this “is your decision to make as a parent” comes across as a real breath of fresh air in today’s “America.” Which, frankly, is more depressing than any other single aspect of this whole shit-circus. Hell, I’m so old I can recall a time when such an expression of as obvious and incontrovertible truth as that would have merited no more than a “Well, I mean, DUH” in response. The idea that it might actually NOT be is a recent development, and a most unwholesome and damaging one at that.
Time was, to argue against such a bedrock proposition would have been to court a swift, hard belt in the puss from a doughty Dad disinclined to brook any nonsense. And his fellow parents would have stood up and cheered when he did it, too. Alas, those were better times, when we were better people.