The first COVID-19 vaccine doses are coming soon to a healthcare facility near you, by some reports as early as next Thursday—Christmas Eve! Ho-ho-ho!
By the end of February, officials say two million doses will be available to Missourians. But they are less worried about whom to vaccinate than they are about how to get people like us to take them. We are, after all, a stubborn lot. They’ll have to figure out some way to overcome our opposition to vaccines derived from the cells of aborted babies, not to mention our overwhelming disregard for a cold virus that is fatal to less than a half percent of the population. And then there’s the rumor of a Bill Gates-of-Hell agenda to implant microchips in us through the vaccine. Really? I’ll take my chances.
“The state has outlined strategies in its plan for a media campaign that will continue six to eight months after the first vaccine is delivered. But getting the facts out on the safety and effectiveness of a vaccine may take more than billboards, social media posts and influencers,” writes Tessa Weinberg for Missouri Independent, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization. “Researchers say it will also need the support of community leaders…”
But wait! Could it be that our leaders—the Catholic Bishops of Missouri—have already paved the way for a successful vaccine rollout? Why, just a few weeks ago our shepherds assured us that “Catholics may in good conscience utilize vaccines, even those derived in an unethical manner, in order to protect themselves.” What an astonishing coincidence.
And now we can look forward to the state’s $600,000 Stronger Together campaign to bombard us with propaganda in the days and months ahead. (Hey, that is eerily similar to Bishop McKnight’s Better Together “branding initiative” introduced last year.) Ironically, they admonish us to stay six feet away from each other and wear face diapers. So much for togetherness.
Brace yourself for the onslaught and arm yourself with the facts. While the Missouri bishops admit the probability of “unethical” vaccines, the state’s website flat-out denies it: “The [Pfizer and Moderna] vaccines do not include fetal tissue.” Compare and contrast that statement with the list of tainted vaccines reported by LifeSiteNews.com. Pfizer and Moderna do not cut the mustard.
Finally, consider that Missouri’s approximately 85,000 nursing home residents, elderly and frail, will likely be given first priority for the vaccine. A Missouri Scout article (paid subscription required) says vaccinating these folks would “probably cut the number of COVID deaths in half immediately.” Meanwhile, a medical doctor (not the Jill Biden type of doctor) warns that this population is particularly at risk from the COVID-19 vaccine, because it hasn’t been tested on them! Don’t be surprised, she said, “if there are reports, once we start vaccinating, of someone or multiple people dying within a day or two of their vaccination who are residents of a long-term care facility.”
Be sober and watch: because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, goeth about seeking whom he may devour.1 Peter 5:8