#624 – Vaccine War Headlines vol 36

#624 – Vaccine War Headlines, vol 36

Adverse Event Reports

1,328,982 Reports Through July 1, 2022

FDA Approved ‘First Oral Blood Thinning Medication For Children’ Ahead Of Vaccine Rollout For Ages 5-11

Back in Nov 21, the FDA approved the blood thinner medication Pradaxa (by Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) for use in 5-11 year olds as the first blood clot medication kids could take orally. Why would they approve a medication that only affects 700 children (0.07 % of 10,000 kids)?

Actually, the highest risk children are not even in this age group! Newborns & babies under one year are at greatest risk as are adolescent children. ALL children are much less likely to develop clots because they have healthy blood vessels.

The article is relevant now because we need to ask the question: What did the FDA know? Answer: They knew they would approve the #clotshots within a matter of months, that’s what they knew. Your choices?
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San Diego Loses 22% Of Its Police Force Due To Vax Mandates

San Diego is witnessing the largest exodus of police officers from the city since 2009 and the majority of them are quitting because of the city’s continued obsession with covid vaccine mandates. 

Perhaps the smartest move the people of Los Angeles County ever made was to elect Sheriff Alex Villanueva, who refused to enforce unconstitutional vax mandates.  The decision probably saved them from losing a quarter or more of their law enforcement officers within the sheriff’s department.

Contrast this with the LAPD, which was not so lucky.  Officers have quit in droves or were fired, with over 2200 employees refusing to comply.  This has been a repeating situation across California, and San Diego is the latest region to suffer considerable losses of LEO’s over vax mandates.

More than 230 San Diego police officers have left city employment in the 2022 fiscal year alone (252 sworn deputies in 2021), totaling around 22% of all deputies in active service.  

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